Connecting a device to the HutchinsOpen Wireless Network



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Connecting a device to the HutchinsOpen Wireless Network




Introduction


The HutchinsOpen wireless network is a network that has been specifically set up to avoid the problems encountered with certificate based authentication in the past.

This network allows the easy connection of all types of devices.

It is restricted to Internet (external) only traffic on standard internet ports only. All internal network, with the exception of printers, is not permitted.

Contents


Connecting a device to the HutchinsOpen Wireless Network 1

Introduction 1

Table of Figures 2

Connecting an Android based device 3

Connecting an iPhone / iPod / iPad device 4

Connecting Windows XP 5

Connecting Windows 7 7

Connecting an OS X Mac 10

Netbox Certificate 11



Table of Figures




Connecting an Android based device




Figure : Android Wireless Settings



  1. To connect an Android device, open the wireless settings page



Figure : Android HutchinsOpen Network



  1. Select the HutchinsOpen network


Figure : Android Network Settings



  1. Enter your username in the Identity field in exactly the format hutchins\username where username is your username for logging onto Hutchins computers

  2. Leave Anonymous identity blank

  3. Enter your Hutchins network password in the Password field and click Connect



Figure : Android successful connection

You will know that you are connected by the two options above




Connecting an iPhone / iPod / iPad device


The layout varies between devices and is dependent on the version of the operating system. However the basics are the same



Figure : iOS Wireless Settings



  1. To connect an iOS device select the settings page, then click Wi-Fi



Figure : iOS HutchinsOpen Network



  1. Select the HutchinsOpen network



Figure : iOS Network Settings



  1. Enter your username in the Username field in exactly the format hutchins\username where username is your username for logging onto Hutchins computers

  2. Enter your Hutchins network password in the Password field and click Join


Figure : iOS Certificate



  1. Accept the Authentication certificate


Figure : iOS Successful connection

You will know you are connected by the tick next to the HutchinsOpen network


Connecting Windows XP


Windows XP requires a minimum of Service Pack 3 to connect to the HutchinsOpen network




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Figure : Windows XP Open Wireless Networks



  1. From the start menu select Connect To then Wireless Network Connection



Figure : Windows XP Wireless Network



  1. Choose Change advanced settings



Figure : Windows XP Wireless Networks



  1. Choose the Wireless Networks tab and select Add


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Figure : Windows XP HutchinsOpen Association Tab



  1. Complete the form exactly as above
    Network Name: HutchinsOpen
    Network Authentication: WPA2
    Data Encryption: TKIP


Figure : Windows XP HutchinsOpen Authentication Tab



  1. Switch to the Authentication tab.

    1. Set the EAP type to Protected EAP

    2. Remove the check from Authenticate as computer

    3. Select the Properties Button



Figure : Windows XP EAP Properties



  1. Set the EAP properties exactly as above

    1. Remove the check of Validate server certificate

    2. Remove the check off Enable Fast Reconnect

    3. Select the Configure button



Figure : Windows XP MSCAPv2 Properties



  1. Remove the check from Automatically use….

  2. Click OK until all windows are closed



Figure : Windows XP Notification Balloon



  1. Click the notification balloon that opens



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Figure : Windows XP Credentials



  1. Enter your Hutchins network credentials and click OK



Figure : Windows XP Successfull connection

You will know you are connected when the balloon opens.


Connecting Windows 7





Figure : Windows 7 Connect to a network



  1. Choose Start then Control Panel. Select Network and Internet followed by View network status and tasks



Figure : Window 7 Connect to a new network



  1. Click the Set up a new connection or network option



Figure : Windows 7 Manually connect to a network



  1. Select the Manually connect to a wireless network option and click Next



Figure : Windows 7 HutchinsOpen settings



  1. Set up the network exactly as above

    1. Network Name: HutchinsOpen

    2. Security Type: WPA2-Enterprise

    3. Encryption Type: TKIP

  2. Click Next



Figure : Windows 7 Change connection settings



  1. Click Change connection settings



Figure : Windows 7 Network Properties



  1. Switch to the Security tab and click the Settings button



Figure : Windows 7 EAP Properties



  1. Set the EAP properties exactly as above

    1. Remove tick off Validate server certificate

    2. Remove tick off Enable fast reconnect

    3. Click the Configure button



Figure : Windows 7 MSCHAPv2 Properties



  1. Remove the tick off Automatically use…

  2. Click OK until all windows close



Figure : Windows 7 Notification Balloon



  1. Click the notification balloon that opens



Figure : Windows 7 Credentials



  1. Enter your username in the Username field in exactly the format hutchins\username where username is your username for logging onto Hutchins computers

  2. Enter your Hutchins network password in the Password field and click OK



Figure : Windows 7 Successful connection

You will know you have a successful connection by the Connected label against the network


Connecting an OS X Mac


It is anticipated that OS X Snow Leopard and OS X Lion will have the same steps




Figure : OS X System Preferences



  1. Open System Preferences and select the Network option



Figure : OS X Network



  1. Select AirPort and then the HutchinsOpen network from the Network Name drop down list



Figure : OS X Network credentials



  1. Enter your username in the Username field in exactly the format hutchins\username where username is your username for logging onto Hutchins computers

  2. Enter your Hutchins network password in the Password field and click OK



Figure : OS X Successful connection



You will know you are successfully connected by the connection tag against the AirPort icon



Netbox Certificate


In all operating systems other than Android you will also need to add the Netbox proxy certificate so that you can go to secure sites without a warning. The certificate can be accessed from http://hutchins.safenetbox.biz/noauth/cacert. Open the certificate in install in the relevant key store.

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