Connecting to the CCSU-Secure Wireless Network (PC, Mac, Mobile Devices)

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Connecting to the ccsu-bluenet Wireless Network
Android Devices

 

ccsu-bluenet is an encrypted wireless network that provides you with secure and faster access to the internet on campus. The first time you connect to ccsu-bluenet, you will need to install a security certificate on your device.

One-time Configuration

  1. Open the list of wireless networks and connect to ccsu-bluenet.
  2. When prompted, log in with your BlueNet username and password (not your full CCSU email address).
  3. Accept/trust the security certificate, if prompted.
  4. You have now completed the one-time configuration to connect to ccsu-bluenet. Anytime you are on campus, your device will automatically connect to this wireless network.

 

Manual Device Configuration

If the above instructions do not work, then you may use these settings to manually configure the security certificate:

SSID: ccsu-bluenet

EAP Method: PEAP

Phase 2 authentication: MSCHAPv2

Server CA certificate: Do not check/validate

If prompted for an "identity", enter your BlueNet username and password.

Important Note: Some Android devices, with the latest software upgrade, may need the Domain field set to "ccsu.edu" before saving and connecting to the SSID.

Printing via wireless

Students, click here for instructions.

Faculty/staff, click here for instructions.

Need Help?

If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact the IT Help Desk at 860-832-1720 or email techsupport@ccsu.edu.

 

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