Connecting to PSU SECURE

Using GUI Linux

Go to the Notification area of your Panel, and choose “PSU Secure”.

selecting psu secure from the notification area of panel


Once the authentication screen appears, enter your PSU username and password (from your Odin Account) and make sure your other settings match those in the screenshot below.

authentication box with setting and credentials


After you have entered your credentials, click “connect”, and choose “ignore” on the next screen as shown below (this may or may not appear).

cert authority warning that you can ignore


That’s it!  If you have followed these steps successfully you should now be able to connect to PSU secure.  By default, this GNOME desktop application will remember the PSU network.  Next time you connect you should not have to enter your credentials, and it will connect automatically when the network is in range.

Troubleshooting: If you are using Ubuntu 13.04, 13.10, or un-updated 14.04, you may have issues described here: Unable to connect WPA2/PEAP/MSCHAPv2 network without CA_Certificate We recommend updating to a supported version of Ubuntu.

Using Secure Wireless with wpa_supplicant

Adding the following to your existing wpa_supplicant configuration will allow you to login to PSU’s secure wireless network: “PSU Secure”.

ssid="PSU Secure"

MCECS credentials are not supported for PSU Secure.  You must use your Odin Account credentials.