Connect to TTUnet Wireless Using Mac OS 10.4 (Tiger)
You must have a wireless adapter and OS 10.4 installed on your computer before you can use these instructions. Also, confirm the latest driver for your wireless adapter is installed.
STEP 1: Verify that AirPort is turned on. Click on the AirPort icon in your menu bar and select Turn Airport On to be sure.
STEP 2: Launch Internet Connect by clicking the AirPort icon in your menu bar and selecting Internet Connect.
NOTE: You can also launch Internet Connect from the Applications folder in Finder.
STEP 3: Select New 802.1X Connection from the File menu.
STEP 4: On the Configuration drop-down menu, select Edit Configurations.
STEP 5: If you have an existing configuration for TTUnet, select it and click the minus sign in the bottom-left corner to remove it.
STEP 6: Click the plus sign to add a new configuration. A new window will open to create the new configuration.
- Description = Any descriptive name you would like, such as "TTUnet"
- Network Port = Airport
- User Name = your eRaider username
- Password = your eRaider password
- Wireless Network = TTUnet
- Authentication = Make sure that PEAP is the only protocol that is checked
When you are finished, click OK to save your configuration.
STEP 7: Now that you have completed your configuration, click Connect.
STEP 8: If a dialog window appears for you to input user information, input your eRaider Username and eRaider Password in the appropriate fields and click OK.
STEP 9: After you connect for the first time, a Verify Certificate dialog window will appear. Click Show Certificate.
STEP 10: Check the box Always trust these certificates and click Continue.
STEP 11: Once you have trusted the server certificates, you should be successfully connected. The status of the connection will be shown.