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Wireless Network Configuration → Android

These instructions assume this is not the first setup of the Android device. The Android Operating System has a reputation of varying slightly from one manufacturer to another. There may be small differences in the settings but they should be very close to the following:

  1. Touch the Menu Key then select “Settings”.

  2. Touch “Wireless and network”.

  3. Select Wi-Fi settings. Turn on Wi-Fi if it is not on.

  4. The device will automatically locate available networks. Touch Kongu_Wifi (This is the secure connection to the Kongu_Wifi Wireless network).

  5. A dialog box will appear with several configuration choices. Enter the following settings:

    1. EAP method -> PEAP

    2. Phase 2 authentication -> MSCHAPV2

    3. Enter your Net-Id account name in the Identity field.

    4. Enter your Net-Id password in the Password field.

  6. Touch Connect. You will be connected to the Kongu_Wifi Wireless network.

  7. Ubuntu 16.04 LTS:

  8. Click on the Wi-Fi icon on the rigth corner and click "Edit Connections..."
  9. Select your Wi-Fi network (Kongu_Wifi) and click "Edit"
  10. Click "Wi-Fi Security" tab
  11. Set Authentication to "Protected EAP (PEAP)"
  12. Tick "No CA certificate is required"
  13. Set PEAP Version to "Automatic"
  14. Set Inner Authentication to "MSCHAPv2"
  15. Type your username and password
  16. Click "Save"