How do I connect to wireless in Linux?

Connect to MichiganTech wireless. Various operating systems and applications will require you to manually enter configuration settings to connect to MichiganTech. You can find these settings here:

Configuration Settings

  • Security Type: IEEE 802.1x Authentication
  • SSID: MichiganTech
  • Network Authentication: WPA2 Enterprise
  • Data Encryption: AES
  • EAP type: Protected EAP (PEAP)
  • Authentication Method: Secured password (EAP-MSCHAP v2 )
  • Credentials: ISO Username and Password
  • CA certificate: Most distributions will have the certifications in /etc/pik/tls/certs/ca-bundle.crt  If you need to manually download the certificate, (follow this link)

System Configuration Requirements

  • Be within the "MichiganTech" SSID wireless coverage area
  • Be a current Michigan Tech student, faculty, or staff member
  • Have a computer or mobile device with an 802.11g/n-compatible wireless card, operating system, and drivers to support WPA2
  • Have a valid ISO user name and password

How do I connect to MichiganTech wireless?

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