Wi-Fi: Apple iOS

This article describes how to connect your Apple iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to the PSU Secure wireless network.

    Connect to the PSU Secure Wi-Fi network

    1. From your Home screen, go to Settings > Wi-Fi.
    2. Turn on Wi-Fi.
      Your device will automatically search for available Wi-Fi networks.
    3. Select the PSU Secure network.
    4. Enter your Odin username and password, then tap Join.
    5. On the Certificate screen, tap Trust.

    Your username and password are now saved and you should be connected to the PSU Secure wireless network.

    Note: If you see Not Trusted on the Certificate screen, you can verify the security of the network by tapping More Details. Scroll to the bottom of the Details screen to view the SHA-1 fingerprint, a unique identifier that confirms the identity of a network. If the fingerprint matches the following series of numbers and letters, you can trust it is the PSU Secure network: 07:83:DC:FE:60:FF:09:0F:62:20:EA:4B:37:3F:C8:CE:91:EF:B3:10

    Details screen showing SHA-1 fingerprint

    If your device won’t connect to the PSU Secure Wi-Fi network

    • Remove any other existing PSU wireless connections from your device. 
    1. From your Home screen, go to Settings > Wi-Fi.
    2. Tap the Info icon info icon to the right of a PSU network you have tried using in the past.
    3. Tap Forget this Network.
    4. Repeat this process for any PSU networks you have attempted to use in the past.
    5. Try once again to connect to the PSU Secure network.
    • If your device still won’t connect to the PSU Secure network, try restarting your iOS device. After you restart your device, attempt to connect to the PSU Secure network.
       
    • If you are still encountering issues, reset your Network Settings. Tap Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings. This also resets Wi-Fi networks and passwords, cellular settings, and VPN and APN settings that you’ve used before. 

    Further Resources

    The easiest way to troubleshoot connection problems is in person. If possible, bring your device to the Helpdesk in SMSU 18.