About IU Secure wireless
IU Secure is the wireless network for students, faculty, staff, and affiliates to access on all Indiana University campuses (except Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne). IU Secure uses WPA2 Enterprise (Wi-Fi Protected Access) for authentication and encryption.
To connect to IU Secure, find and click the IU Secure SSID, authenticating with your IU username and passphrase.
- If you can't connect to the IU Secure wireless network, make sure your IU username and passphrase are correct when you attempt to log in. UITS testing has revealed that invalid logins are a prime reason people have trouble connecting.
- When you try to connect to IU Secure for the first time, you may be prompted to accept a new security certificate. Verify that the certificate is issued by "USERTrust RSA Certification Authority", and click About the IU Secure wireless certificate.
For help, contact your campus Support Center.
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For further details about connecting to IU Secure, see the appropriate instructions for your operating system or device:
An Access Control List (ACL) for students, similar to the one used for the campus border filter, has been placed on the wireless controllers. Web browsing and access to all IU resources is available by default; faculty and staff retain full wireless access and are not limited by the student ACL.
The small number of students who may need access beyond what the ACL allows can request an exception; see Using OnGuard for students who need direct network access to databases and/or remote desktop.
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Last modified on 2017-04-18 11:55:54.
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