SGUL Wireless connecting guide for Windows XP
Introduction SGUL is participating in Janet Roaming, a service that allows a person to access the Internet at any participating organisation by using their own username and password. For more information about the Janet Roaming Service (JRS) and a list of participating sites, please visit: http://www.ja.net/roaming Visitors at SGUL will be able to use the Internet via the Wireless Service, and access web e-mail, web or ftp based file stores and any other web applications such as VLEs and Portals. The level of access will vary and depends both on the organisation you are visiting and your home site. SGUL users will be able to access local institutional facilities such as applications, printing, etc. For further information, see the Computing Service website at: https://portal.sgul.ac.uk/org/lis/computing-services/helpdesk/jrs/?searchterm=jrs
What you need To connect to the Wireless Service at SGUL, you will need:
A laptop with a wireless adaptor/card. As a minimum requirement, the wireless adaptor should support 802.11b, along with PEAP or EAP-TTLS, and MSCHAPv2.
Windows XP Service pack 2 is a minimum requirement WPA and WPA2 Encryption are supported by the SGUL JRS. To update Windows XP to enable WPA2 support see http ://support.microsoft.com/?id=893357
Up-to-date antivirus software, and the latest patches and updates for your operating system installed on your computer.
You MUST have registered to the JRS service: https://portal.sgul.ac.uk/services/jrs/
To familiarise yourself with the regulations and the terms and conditions of use for the SGUL Network. See the Regulations section for details.
Configuring your computer You may need to configure your computer to be able to connect to the SGUL JRS Service. To do this, you need to go to a wireless zone on campus. Look for posters advertising the wireless zones, or see the Computing Service website: https://portal.sgul.ac.uk/org/lis/computing-services/helpdesk/jrs/jrs-for-sgul-members
Click the Start button on your desktop and select Control Panel. Find and open Network Connections. In the next window, right click on Wireless Network Connection and select Properties from the pop up menu. Next, click on the Wireless Networks tab, as shown in the following screen:
Select the “eduroam” SSID and click Properties In the field next to “Network Authentication”, select “WPA2” In the field next to “Data encryption”, select “AES”
Next, click the Authentication tab, as shown here:
Tick the box next to “Enable IEEE 802. 1x authentication for this network” and ensure the “EAP type” field displays “Protected EAP (PEAP) ”. Leave the boxes next to “Authenticate as computer” and “Authenticate as guest” blank, as shown above, then click on the Properties button. In the next screen, leave the box next to “Validate server certificate” blank: In the “Select authentication Method” field, select “Secured Password (EAPMSCHAPv2)”, then click on the Configure button. In the window that appears, leave the box next to “automatically use my Windows logon name” blank, as shown here, then click OK.
Click OK as many times as necessary to return to the initial “Wireless Network Connections Properties” window. In the list under “Preferred Networks”, make sure “eduroam” is at the top so that it connects first. Then click OK and go to the next section, “Connecting to the Wireless Network service” to continue.
Connecting to the Wireless Network Service When you connect, the wireless connection icon may appear in the notification area (system tray) on your taskbar if you are within a wireless zone. If you have difficulty connecting, you may not have configured your computer correctly. Return to the previous sections and follow the steps again. If you require assistance or advice, visit the Computing Helpdesk on Corridor 4, Level 0, Jenner Wing. You can also e-mail [email protected]
or phone ext. 5435 using an internal telephone, (or 020 8725 5435 from off campus or from a mobile). To connect
Ensure that you are within a wireless zone on campus listed below:
Level 0 Hunter Wing: Foyer Level 1 Hunter Wing: Library. Situated in the central reading area outside CRR3 Level 2 Hunter Wing : The Bar and Conference Rooms Level 4 Hunter Wing: Teaching rooms and clinical cubicles Level 5 Hunter Wing: GEP base rooms, PBL rooms, and Teaching rooms Halls of Residence: St. George's Grove Halls of Residence: Friendship House Additional areas throughout Jenner Wing although this service is not intended for production use.
A window may appear prompting you for your authentication credentials, such as your username and password. In the “User Name” field, enter “[email protected]
” replacing “user” with your username and “domain” with “sgul.ac.uk”. For example, if your username is abc1, you would need to enter [email protected]
In the “Password” field, type your usual SGUL password, then click OK or press Enter on your keyboard. You should now be connected to the Wireless Service.
It is your responsibility to ensure that once authenticated, you are using a secure method. In order to minimise security risks, your operating system must be fully protected with the latest updates and patches. You also need to have a firewall set up and up to date anti-virus software installed on your computer.
Regulations Before connecting to the network, you should familiarise yourself with the regulations for computing use at SGUL. You are reminded that when using SGUL computing facilities you are bound by: Regulations for the Use of Computing Facilities: The full set of regulations can be viewed at: https://portal.sgul.ac.uk/org/lis/computing-services/policies/pdfs/InfoSecGuidance.pdf JANET Acceptable Use Policy: http://www.ja.net/services/policies/aup.html Additional terms and conditions for use of the Wireless Service This service should be used for academic work only. You MUST type your password each time you use the service. Do not use the remember password facility, as cached passwords on your PC are a security risk. You MUST have up to date antivirus software installed. You MUST apply the latest security updates to your operating system. You MUST run personal firewall software All activity arising from the PC while it is connected to the Wireless network is subject to the same conditions of use as when using wired University computing facilities. Devices found to be infected with viruses or out of date service packs will be quarantined Help and information If you require help or advice, visit the Computing Helpdesk on Corridor 4, Level 0, Jenner wing. You can also e-mail [email protected]
or phone ext. 5435 using an internal telephone, (or 020 8725 5435 from off campus or from a mobile)