Wireless access at Indiana University and Purdue University
A partnership between Indiana University and Purdue University allows IU visitors to Purdue campuses and Purdue visitors to IU campuses to connect wirelessly, as if on their own campus. The I-Light network connects the campuses to each other and to Internet2.
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Instructions for Purdue users at IU
If you are within range of the AT&T wireless network, you should be able to make a VPN connection to the Purdue VPN server. If you need help connecting to the SSID , see How can IU visitors connect to AT&T wireless free of charge? Then start your Purdue VPN client or connect to one of the Purdue VPN sites:
This connection allows only access to Purdue resources, not to the Internet in general.
If you are a Purdue affiliate and need Internet access or need assistance with the Purdue VPN site or Purdue VPN client, contact ITAP using one of the methods listed at Purdue University Information Technology.
Instructions for IU users at Purdue
If you have used your computer to access IU's wireless network using IU's VPN, you will be able to connect via the wireless network at Purdue University without changing your configuration. The Purdue network is named PAL2.0-Instruction, and if you are within range of this network, you should be able to make a VPN connection to IU the same as you would using wireless at IU.
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Last modified on 2015-10-05.
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