This article describes how to configure mobile devices running Google's Android OS to connect to the PSU Secure wireless network in such a way that it stores your credentials on your device.
In order to connect to the PSU Secure wireless network using the instructions below, you will need:
- Mobile device running Google's Android OS.
- Active Odin account or a guest wireless account.
Connecting to the PSU Secure Wireless Network
- Select the menu button on your phone and select Settings.
- Select Wi-Fi.
- Select “PSU Secure” from the list of available wireless networks. If this is your first time connecting to a secure network, you will be asked to set a credential storage password (this can be whatever you want it to be).
- Enter the following information:
- EAP Method: PEAP
- Phase 2 Authentication: MSCHAPV2
- Identity: YourOdinUsername
- Wireless Password: YourOdinPassword
- Select Connect.
Solving Connection Problems
If the wireless is not working, clear out the wireless credential storage by doing the following:
- Go into Settings and select Location & Security.
- Scroll to the bottom of the menu and select Clear Storage.
- In the Wireless Settings page, press and hold on PSU Secure and then select the option to Forget Network.
- Repeat the steps in the previous section to connect to the wireless network.
As long as you have cleared out all other PSU wireless credentials (see above), your device should always auto-join the PSU Secure network, and you will not need to log in again.
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