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{{Bluebox|Note: |University owned laptops should be configured using their pre-installed clients}}
 
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== ''Note: University owned laptops should be configured using their pre-installed clients'' ==
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'' Issues with wireless on University owned laptops should be sent to the ZipSupport Center (330/972-6888) ''
 
'' Issues with wireless on University owned laptops should be sent to the ZipSupport Center (330/972-6888) ''
  
 
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==Configuring Tsunami on XP==
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This procedure requires Service Pack 2 to be installed (in most cases this is already taken care of).   
 
This procedure requires Service Pack 2 to be installed (in most cases this is already taken care of).   
  
Navigate to '''Control Panel''' and select '''Network Connections'''
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#Navigate to '''Control Panel''' and select '''Network Connections'''
Choose your wireless card by right clicking on it, and choosing properties.
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#Choose your wireless card by right clicking on it, and choosing properties.<br>[[Image:xpwifi1.jpg]]<br><br>
Choose '''Wireless Networks'''
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#Choose '''Wireless Networks'''
Click '''ADD.'''
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#Click '''ADD.'''(if you DO NOT see Wireless Networks, please see the bottom of this page.)<br>[[Image:xpwifi2.jpg]]<br>
(if you DO NOT see Wireless Networks, please see the bottom of this page.)
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#*SSID '''tsunami'''<br>
 
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#*Network Authentication '''Open'''<br>
SSID '''tsunami'''<br>
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#*Data Encryption '''WEP'''<br>
Network Authentication '''Open'''<br>
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#Next, Select the Authentication tab
Data Encryption '''WEP'''<br>
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#*Change EAP type to Protected EAP (PEAP)
 
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#*UNCHECK Authenticate as computer when computer info is available<br>
Next, Select the Authentication tab
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#*UNCHECK Authenticate as guest when user or computer info is unavailable.
 
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#Click Properties
Change EAP type to Protected EAP (PEAP)
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#*Near the bottom, click configure (next to Secured password (EAP-MSCHAP v2)
 
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#*UNCHECK Automatically use my Windows logon...<br>[[Image:xpwifi4.jpg]]<br>
UNCHECK Authenticate as computer when computer info is available<br>
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#OK OK OK until the end. You will be prompted by this balloon notice.<br>[[Image:Baloon.JPG]]<br>
UNCHECK Authenticate as guest when user or computer info is unavailable.
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*Click on the baloon, you will be prompted for your UANET ID and PASSWORD. Leave the Domain Blank
 
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<br>[[Image:Save_credentials.JPG]]<br>
Click Properties
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UNCHECK validate server certificate
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Near the bottom, click configure (next to Secured password (EAP-MSCHAP v2)
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UNCHECK Automatically use my Windows logon...
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OK OK OK until the end. You will be prompted by this baloon notice.
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[[Image:Baloon.JPG]]
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Click on the baloon, you will be prompted for your UANET ID and PASSWORD<br><br><br>
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[[Image:Save_credentials.JPG]]
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'''Leave the Domain Blank'''
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You should now be connected to the university network.<br>
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{{Greenbox|Setup Complete|You should now automatically connect to the university network.}}
  
'''If you DO NOT see the Wireless Network tab.'''<br>
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==If you DO NOT see the Wireless Network tab.==
  
 
1. Go to the '''Start Menu'''<br>
 
1. Go to the '''Start Menu'''<br>

Revision as of 19:39, 9 October 2008

Notice.png Note:
University owned laptops should be configured using their pre-installed clients

Issues with wireless on University owned laptops should be sent to the ZipSupport Center (330/972-6888)

Configuring Tsunami on XP

This procedure requires Service Pack 2 to be installed (in most cases this is already taken care of).

  1. Navigate to Control Panel and select Network Connections
  2. Choose your wireless card by right clicking on it, and choosing properties.
    Xpwifi1.jpg

  3. Choose Wireless Networks
  4. Click ADD.(if you DO NOT see Wireless Networks, please see the bottom of this page.)
    Xpwifi2.jpg
    • SSID tsunami
    • Network Authentication Open
    • Data Encryption WEP
  5. Next, Select the Authentication tab
    • Change EAP type to Protected EAP (PEAP)
    • UNCHECK Authenticate as computer when computer info is available
    • UNCHECK Authenticate as guest when user or computer info is unavailable.
  6. Click Properties
    • Near the bottom, click configure (next to Secured password (EAP-MSCHAP v2)
    • UNCHECK Automatically use my Windows logon...
      Xpwifi4.jpg
  7. OK OK OK until the end. You will be prompted by this balloon notice.
    Baloon.JPG
  • Click on the baloon, you will be prompted for your UANET ID and PASSWORD. Leave the Domain Blank


Save credentials.JPG

Greencheck.png Setup Complete
You should now automatically connect to the university network.


If you DO NOT see the Wireless Network tab.

1. Go to the Start Menu
2. Go to Run
3. Type services.msc
4. Scroll to the bottom and find Wireless Zero Configuration
5. Right Click it and click Start
6. Try clicking Advanced Settings again under the wireless settings. It should be there.