How to Connect your Android device to Oswego-Secure or Oswego-Secure-RES

Overview

These instructions are for Oswego faculty, staff, and students who need to connect their Android devices to the Wi-Fi network in an academic building or residential building on campus.

Instructions

1) Go to your Settings and tap Network & Internet or Connections. From the list, tap Wi-Fi.

2) Select Oswego-Secure or Oswego-Secure-RES from the list of available networks to connect to. 

3) When prompted to, enter these settings. (Some settings you won't need to change.)

EAP Method - PEAP

Phase 2 authentication - MSCHAPV2 (on Samsung devices you'll need to tap advanced to change this setting)

CA Certificate - Use system Certificate 

Domain - oswego.edu

Identity - Your Laker NetID

Password - Your Laker NetID Password

image showing network settingsimage showing further settings

4) Press Connect or Save to continue connecting.

Please note: Your version of Android may look different than the above screenshots. 

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Article ID: 10782
Created
Mon 7/24/23 9:52 AM
Modified
Wed 8/23/23 3:29 PM

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