Wi-Fi Guide

///Wi-Fi Guide
Wi-Fi Guide2019-10-01T08:22:30+00:00

Wireless Guide

OIT manages the wireless networks across campus, including those available in MCECS. The Wi-Fi networks in MCECS spaces are running over our wired infrastructure. MCECS users can contact the CAT as a first step when encountering wireless problems. If the problem appears to be upstream, we will most likely recommend you then contact OIT directly.

Connecting to Wi-Fi from Windows, Mac OS, iOS, Android

OIT has step by step procedures for connecting to campus Wi-Fi from Windows, Macs and mobile devices running iOS or Android.

https://www.pdx.edu/oit/wi-fi-wireless-networks-on-campus

Connecting to Wi-Fi from Linux

Using the GUI to connect to PSU SECURE

This method seems to work for many Tier 3 Ubuntu users:

https://cat.pdx.edu/platforms/linux/remote-access/psu-secure-gnome/

Using wpa_supplicant to connect to PSU SECURE

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

network={
ssid=”PSU Secure”
scan_ssid=1
key_mgmt=WPA-EAP
eap=PEAP
identity=”odin_user”
password=”odin_pass”
phase1=”peaplabel=0″
phase2=”auth=MSCHAPV2″
}

Other Linux Configurations

There are numerous other tools for configuring wireless networks on linux. Some guides for using them can be found on the Arch Linux wiki.