FSUSecure

Setup Instructions

Android

These instructions were created using Android 7.1.1. Menu options and network settings may differ based on device and version.

  1. Navigate to Settings
  2. Under Wireless & networks confirm that Wi-Fi is set to On, if it is not tap Off once to enable Wi-Fi.

  3. FSUSecure will appear in the list of available networks if you are in range, select FSUSecure

  4. Select the following settings based on device and version availability:

    Method A 
    - EAP method: PEAP
    - Phase 2 authentication: None
    - CA certificate: (unspecified)

    Method B

    - EAP method: PEAP
    - Phase 2 authentication: None
    - CA certificate: Do not validate

  5. Enter your FSUID in the Identity field
  6. Enter your FSUID password in the Password field
  7. Tap Connect

Setup is complete and you should now be connected to the FSUSecure network.

iOS (iPhone and iPad)

These instructions were created using Apple iOS 12.4. Menu options and network settings may differ based on device and version.

  1. From the home screen, tap the icon Settings.
    Settings
  2. From Settings, go to Wi-Fi
    WiFi
  3. Under "Choose a Network...", select FSUSecure 
    Networks
  4. Enter your FSUID and password in the Username and Password fields, and then tap Join
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  5. To accept the security certificate, tap Trust
    Accept
    Note: If you would like to view more information about the certificate tap More Details.

Setup is complete and you should now be connected to the FSUSecure network

Mac OS X

  1. Click the AirPort icon in the upper-right corner of your screen.
    AirPort
  2. Select Open Network Preferences inside the Network Preferences dialog box.
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  3. Under the Network Preference, click the button Advanced.
    NetPref
  4. In the list of preferred networks, double-click FSUSecure.
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    Note: If FSUSecure does not display under your list of preferred networks, proceed to the next step. If FSUSecure is displayed, proceed to step 8.
  5. Click the (+) button.
    • In the Network Name field, type FSUSecure.
    • In the Security field select in the dropdown list WPA2 Enterprise.
    • Enter your FSUID in the User name field and your FSUID password in the Password field.
      Mac OSX Login Instructions
  6. Click Add
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  7. Click OK
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  8. Click Apply and then close the Network Preferences dialog box
  9. You may see this dialog box, Verify Certificate, continue to the following steps:MacVerifyCert.png
    • Click Show Certificate.
    • Look to verify that the name of the certificate is fsu-wireless-auth-ecc.its.fsu.edu
    • If both of these conditions are met, click the Always trust "fsu-wireless-auth-ecc.its.fsu.edu", then click the button Continue.
  10. Upon completion, you maybe prompted for your User Name and password each time you connect to FSUSecure Network. If you're not prompted to connect, check the following:
    • Verify your AirPort is turned on by looking at the AirPort Status Icon in your menu bar
    • If your AirPort card is turned off, Click on the icon and select Turn AirPort On
    • Go back to the AirPort icon and select FSUSecure

Setup is complete and you should now be connected to the FSUSecure network

Windows 7

  1. Click on Start, go to Control Panel
  2. Click on the icon Network and Internet
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  3. Select Network and Sharing Center
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  4. Select Manage wireless networks
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  5. Click Add
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  6. Select Manually create a network profile
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  7. Configure settings to the following:
    • Network Name: FSUSecure
    • Secure type: WPA-2 Enterprise
    • Encryption type: AES
    • Make sure Start this connection automatically is checked
    • When completed click Next
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  8. Click Change connection settings to open the FSUSecure Wireless Network Properties
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  9. Under the Connection tab, make sure Connect automatically when the network is in range is checked. Next click the Security tab.
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  10. Confirm Security type: WPA2-Enterprise and Encryption type: AES. Next, click the button Settings
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  11. Check Validate server certificate
    • Check Connect to these servers:, insert in the text box fsu-wireless-auth-ecc.its.fsu.edu
    • Under Trusted Root Certification Authorities, Check the following
      • AddTrust External CA Root
      • COMODO ECC Certification Authority (if available)
      • COMODO ECC Organization Validation Secure Server CA (if available)
    • Under Select Authentication Method, check Secured password (EAP-MSCHAP v2)
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  12. Click Configure button
  13. 13. Uncheck the box that says, Automatically use my Windows logon name and password (and domain if any)
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  14. Click OK, then OK to return to the FSUSecure Wireless Properties
  15. Click on Advanced Settings
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  16. Check the box next to Specify authentication mode, select User authentication, click Save Credentials.
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  17. Enter your FSUID in the User name field and your FSUID password in the Password field.
  18. Click OK
  19. You may receive the following warning. Click Accept or Connect
    Win 7 Trust

    Setup is complete and you should now be connected to the FSUSecure network.

    Windows 8

    1. From the Start screen, hover your mouse cursor over the upper-right corner to open the Charms Bar
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    2. Click Settings within the Charms Bar
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    3. Click the Wireless icon
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    4. Click FSUSecure Wireless and then click the Connect button
       
    5. Be sure the 'Connect Automatically' checkbox is checked so your device reconnects to the network in the future. If you do not see any networks available, be sure that Airplane Mode is turned off. Also, make sure you are in an area on campus where Wi-Fi is available.
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    6. The device will now prompt you to enter your credentials. Enter your FSUID and password and click OK
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    7. Click 'Connect' to accept the authentication certificate
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    8. You should now be connected to the FSUSecure Wireless network. Open your browser to access the web.
      FSU Secure step 1
    9. Verify settings. To ensure that you are connecting to FSU hold your finger on the word FSUSecure for several seconds and let go. A window should pop up with options of:
      • Hide estimated data usage
      • Set as metered connection
      • Forget this network
      • View connection properties
    10. Select "view connection properties"
    11. Under the Connection tab (make sure Connect automatically when the network is in range is checked). Next click the Security tab.
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    12. Confirm Security type: WPA2-Enterprise and Encryption type:AES. Next, click the button Settings
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    13. Check Validate server certificate
      • Check Connect to these servers:, insert in the text box fsu-wireless-auth-ecc.its.fsu.edu
      • Under Trusted Root Certification Authorities, Check the following
        • AddTrust External CA Root
        • COMODO ECC Certification Authority (if available)
        • COMODO ECC Organization Validation Secure Server CA (if available)
      • Under Select Authentication Method, check Secured password (EAP-MSCHAP v2)
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    14. Click Configure button
    15. Uncheck the box that says, Automatically use my Windows logon name and password (and domain if any)
      FSU Secure step 13
    16. Click OK, then OK to return to the FSUSecure Wireless Properties and Click OK to exit the rest of the screens.
    17. If prompted to enter your username and password, enter your FSUID and password.

      Setup is complete and you should now be connected to the FSUSecure network.

      Windows 10

      1. Click the wireless icon in the taskbar and select the FSUSecure network

      2. Enter your FSUID and password

      3. Windows 10 will prompt you to verify the network name and allow you to view the wireless certificate; click Connect to finish the process

      Setup is complete and you should now be connected to the FSUSecure network.

      If you are having difficulties signing into the FSUSecure on Windows 10, you may need to reconfigure your network. Follow the steps below to forget and re-connect to the FSUSecure wireless network.

      1. Click the Wi-Fi icon in the bottom-right corner of the screen
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      2. Right-click on the FSUSecure wireless network and select Forget
      3. Click the Wi-Fi icon in the bottom-right corner of the screen again
      4. Select FSUSecure and click Connect
      5. A window should prompt you for your username and password
      6. Enter your FSUID and password and select OK

      Generic Mobile Device Settings

      Here is some information you may need to configure your wireless device. These instructions are provided as a courtesy to assist in the setup various wireless devices not covered in our instructions.

      If prompted, enter the following setting:

      • Network Name (as written): FSUSecure
      • Network Type: WPA2 - Enterprise
      • Data Encryption: AES
      • EAP Type: Protected EAP (PEAP)
      • Certificate servers names: fsu-wireless-auth-ecc.its.fsu.edu
      • Trusted Root Certification Authorities:
        • AddTrust External CA Root
        • COMODO ECC Certification Authority
        • COMODO ECC Organization Validation Secure Server CA
      • Authentication Method: Secure password (EAP-MSCHAP v2)

      If prompted for a username and password, enter your FSUID and password in those fields.

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