GGSE Public Wireless
|A registered GGSE account is required to use the GGSE Public network. Log in to Webmail to confirm your username and password before you set up wireless.
The GGSE Public network uses Enterprise level WPA2 encryption to secure all wireless traffic. You use the same credentials to logon to wireless as you do for your GGSE Webmail service, making wireless connectivity available to anyone with an @education.ucsb.edu email address.
For most clients (Windows, OS X, iOS, Android) no explicit configuration is required, just choose the GGSE Public network and enter your GGSE username and password when prompted.
If your client doesn't prompt you, or asks you to set explicit settings, you can use any combination of EAP type and Authentication method here:
|Your client may ask you to verify the certificate upon first connecting. As long as you're in the vicinity of the building you should be fine, but you can verify the authenticity of the certificate by checking that the name reads wireless.education.ucsb.edu and the fingerprint is DB 4F 2B 87 76 75 71 89 EF D8 EE FF 5E B7 16 4D 35 B3 5B 84|
|EAP Type||EAP-TTLS (Tunneled-TLS), PEAP|
|Authentication method||PAP, MSCHAP, MSCHAPV2|
Legacy Client configuration
Select your device or operating system:
ITG cannot provide tailored directions for all the devices that may wish to have wireless connectivity. Following are the basic settings and configurations used by the GGSE Public network. Anyone feeling a little adventurous is welcome to try and configure their device on their own. Please feel free to stop by the ITG Office in room 4203 if you need assistance getting connected.
|EAP Type||EAP-TTLS (Tunneled-TLS)|