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Mobile -> Android

There is no need for having separate sub-heading like: WiFi & Browser Setup. It can be merged under a common one called “Connectivity”.]

Instructions:



  1. Whenever we say enter username it has to be without the @iimahd.ernet.in. For example, if your email ID is: p13someone@iimahd.ernet.in then the username to enter has to be just: p13someone

  2. In case you are unsure about the password you can click here [hyperlink to http://192.168.51.98/ ] to check your password.

  3. If you have forgotten your password please send an email to: password@iimahd.ernet.in

  4. Before trying any of this make sure that you are in an area which has good WiFi signal strength

[Have two links at start]

There are two ways to setup WiFi on android devices.



Automated way – for Android 4.0.3 (ICS) and above

Manual way – for Android 2.3.x (GB)

[the parts in bold need to be hyperlinked to the respective sections on the webpage]

We have tested this to be working on these devices. [hyperlink to https://docs.google.com/a/iimahd.ernet.in/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AtYRe94t6c1ndHBPSFFaQXpxNWhlT0lNZjdidHlpQ3c ] Some firmwares on the latest phones are not working properly so please check the “Not Working” section of that link to check if your phone is supported or not.



Automated Way

THIS IS ONLY FOR: Android 4.0.3 (ICS) and above

  • Download& install the application from Google Play Store: IIM-A WiFi Setup [hyperlink to https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.iima.campuswifi ]

  • Before you start the application activate WiFi.

  • Open WiFi settings and remove any saved access points like wifistudent, wifistaff, wififaculty, wifiguest. To remove these access point: LONG press on the name of the saved access point and click “Forget Network

  • Start the application

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  • Select the access point to setup. For students select wifistudent.

  • Enter the IIM-A username (without the @iimahd.ernet.in part)

  • Enter your WiFi password

  • Click on SAVE

  • The app will automatically close and save the WiFi settings. Disable and enable WiFi in settings menu.

  • When you are in good WiFi coverage first it will show “Connecting…” then “Obtaining IP address”, then “Connected”.

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In case you are still not able to get connected try the Manual Way.

Manual Way

THIS IS FOR: Android 2.3.x (GB)

Some device vendors block off proxy options. To check if the proxy options are there go to “Settings” -> “Wireless & networks” -> “Wi-Fi settings” -> click menu button -> “Advanced” and check if there are any fields related to “Proxy Address” & “Port”. If these fields are not there then your device will not be able to access the internet over the campus WiFi even if it connects to access point.

  • Download & install the application from Google Play Store: WiFi Advanced Config Editor [hyperlink to https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.marcus905.wifi.ace ]

  • Before you start the application activate WiFi.

  • Open WiFi settings and remove any saved access points like wifistudent, wifistaff, wififaculty, wifiguest. To remove these access point: LONG press on the name of the saved access point and click “Forget Network

  • Now manually add an access point and enter name as “wifistudent”, without the quotes (if you have permissions to use wifistudent)

  • Then click on Menu and select “Advanced” for “Proxy Address” enter 192.168.32.4 and for “Port” enter 8080

  • Then press Home button to return to home screen

  • Now start the WiFi Advanced Config Editor

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  • Select wifistudent

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  • Key management: check only IEEE8021X

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  • Auth Protocols: check all

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  • Group ciphers: check all

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  • Pairwise ciphers: check all

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  • Security protocol: check all

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  • Enterprise configuration

    • eap: peap

    • phase 2: mschapv2

    • identity: your_username (without the @iimahd.ernet.in)

    • password: your_password

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  • Now keep pressing the Back button to exit the application

  • Turn off WiFi and turn it back on

  • When you are in good WiFi coverage first it will show “Connecting…” then “Obtaining IP address”, then “Connected”.

In case you are still not able to get connected contact the CCC Team Member responsible for Android support.


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