From your list of wireless networks, click on eduroam again.
You will now be prompted for your username and password, which should be entered in the following format: username followed by @uk - for example [email protected] Your University password Select 'OK' and you will now be connected to the eduroam network.
Most Windows 10 devices will not require configuration and will connect automatically if you select the Concordia University network and provide a valid netname and password when prompted. A new window will open, allowing you to choose a connection option. The Wireless Network Properties window will appear. The network authentication method should be Microsoft Protected EAP (PEAP). Unselect 'Verify the server's identity by validating the certificate', then click 'Configure'. A pop-up window named 'EAP MSCHAPv2 Properties' will appear. In the Advanced settings window, select 'Specify authentication mode' and select 'User or computer authentication'. Requirements: - Fully updated operating system - Make certain your wireless card is enabled and that the antenna isn't turned off if it's built in - You need to be logged into Windows using an account with administrative privileges Steps to follow: - Click : Some Windows users (Windows 7 and 8) receive a popup window the first time they access Concordia's wireless network.If your device fails to connect, follow these steps: 1. Select 'Manually conect to a wireless network' and click 'Next'. Enter the information as shown in the image below and then click 'Next'. Another window should open stating that you have successfully added Concordia University. Select the 'Connection' tab and check the first and third boxes (Connect automatically when this network is in range & Connect even if the network is not broadcasting its name (SSID)). You may also choose to remember the credentials by checking the applicable box, then click 'Settings'. By default, this option will be selected - unselect it and click OK. This will bring you back to the Wireless Network Properties window. This popup window will ask users to accept a security certificate similar to the one required by Apple devices.(Note: do not include @tw in the account name.) To find instructions on how to delete your original network settings, go here: Network Connection On "Wireless Network Connection", right-click and select "Properties".Under "General", check "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)", then select "Properties" In the "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) window, select "General", then select "Obtain and IP Address Automatically" and "Obtain DNS Server Address Automatically", then click "OK" In the "Network Authentication" section, select "WPA", for "Data Encryption", select "TKIP".To set up an Android Device’s Wi-Fi, select "Menu" on the home page, then select "Settings". Once the "Wi-Fi icon is green, tap "Wi-Fi Settings". For the "Identity" and "Anonymous Identity" fields and the corresponding password, use your NTU Vo IP user name and password (not your C&INC information).
In the "CA Certificate" and "User Certificate" fields, select "Not Specified" for both, then select "Connect".
The workaround is to manually create the network profile, setting it to use WPA2-Enterprise, then use the command line to fix the profile.
Note: There have been reports of Android devices corrupting network profiles; when this happens, the device keeps trying and failing to connect to FVCCNET.
Under "User Name" and "Password", enter your NTU Vo IP user name and password (not your C&INC user name and password).
In the "Wireless Network" field, select "ntu_peap", under "Authenticate" select "TTLS" and "PEAP", then click "OK".
NU Validate, the University's identity management system, allows for convenient management of University Net IDs and Net ID passwords.