Answered By: Nancy Crabtree Last Updated: Apr 24, 2015 Views: 1185
Answered By: Nancy Crabtree
Last Updated: Apr 24, 2015 Views: 1185
You will connect to the “Southern” wireless network in various ways depending upon the device you will use for access and its operation system.
Windows Vista, 7 and 8
Students using devices with Windows Vista 7 and 8 need to obtain an installation file at this link to download the wireless profile installer. Select “Southern” wireless network and provide your MSSU network credentials (student001 and password). If you still experience problems logging in with Windows 7, please check out the login guide here.
Windows XP users will need to follow specific instructions on the document linked here.
iPhone, iPod or iPad devices
If you use a iPhone, iPod or iPad device, select Wi-Fi under “Settings” and select the “Southern” network at which time you will be asked to provide a username and password. You then will be asked to accept a security certificate. Select the ‘Accept’ button and the connection will be activated.
For those using Android devices, you will need to select “Southern” under the Wi-Fi settings area of your device and change the Phase 2 Authentication to “MSCHAPV2”. Fill in the User ID and password and select “Connect.”
OS X devices
For those using OS X devices, you will select “Southern” wireless network, then provide your AD user name and password. You will then select “Continue” to accept a security certificate.
If you need further assistance please contact the University's IT Help Desk:
Plaster Hall 122