Wireless Setup | Windows XP | ETSU machines

The ETSU wireless network is available to ETSU students, faculty, and staff. If you have a wireless adapter (wireless card) in your computer that supports 802.11g, and the computer is within signal range, you shiould be able to connect to the ETSU network via a wireless connection. Security for all ETSU Wireless Access Points is enabled by PEAP (Protected Extensible Authentication Protocol).

  1. Click on Start, Control Panel, then Network Connections.
  2. Right mouse click on the wireless network connection and select Properties.
  3. Click on the Wireless Networks Tab.
  4. The wireless network will be named ETSUWiFi.
  5. In the Preferred networks window, highlight ETSUWiFi and click Properties.
    Preferred networks
  6. In the ETSUWiFi properties dialogue box, be sure the Network Authentication field says WPA2.
  7. The Data encryption should be set to AES.
    Association tab
  8. Now click the Authentication tab:
  9. Place a check in the box by Enable IEEE 802.1x authentication for this network.
  10. Select Protected EAP (PEAP) as the EAP type.
  11. Place a check in the box by Authenticate as computer when computer information is available.
    Authentication tab
  12. Now click the Properties button.
  13. Uncheck the Validate server certificate box.
    Protected EAP Properties
  14. Click on the OK button to get out of the "Protected EAP Properties" screen. Then click on the OK button to get out of the "Wireless Network" properties screen. After that, click on the Close button.

    In the lower right-hand part of the screen, you should get a little bubble like what's shown below. Click on it to get the login prompt to come up.
    Authentication bubble
  15. At this screen, simply enter your ETSU username, your password and use ETSU for the Logon domain. Click on the OK button.
    Credentials
  16. It will take about 15 seconds and then you should be logged into the wireless network. You may need to reboot the computer for the connection to work.