Answered By: John Kissinger
Last Updated: Feb 10, 2016     Views: 768

CCGA offers on-campus wireless internet connections to all of its current students, faculty and staff. Public access to campus wireless is not permitted. For instructions on setting up wireless access on Windows XP, Windows Vista and MAC  see:

 http://www.ccga.edu/TS/Technology/WAVE.asp     

For Windows 7 use the following directions:



 

¨ Click on the wireless icon located on the system tray and then click on Open        Network & Sharing Center

¨ Click on Manage wireless networks (left pane)

¨ Click the Add button and Select Manually create a network profile.

¨  Network Name: WAVE
 Security:
WPA2-Enterprise

        Encryption type: AES

¨ Click the Next

¨ Click Change connection settings

¨ Select the Security tab

¨ By Microsoft:  Protected EAP (PEAP) Click Settings

¨ Uncheck box by Validate Server certificate

¨ click  Configure and then uncheck  Automatically use my Windows logon name and password (and domain if any).

¨ Click Ok, Ok, Ok, Close

 

After a few seconds, you should be  prompted to enter your username and password

 

User name: 9200…..

Password: ******* (Network password)

Click OK

 

Note: you may need to re-enter your logon

information a few times before it connects

 

If the Windows Security Alert opens, Click Connect

when successfully connected you should see solid bars on the wireless icon

 

Open Internet Explorer to make sure you can access the web.

 

 

 

 

Comments (1)

  1. On an 2015 HP ZBook with Win7 I also had to edit WAVE Wireless Network Properties->Security tab->Advanced settings->Specify authentication mode:->user authentication and insert my 9200# and password there. All is well!

    That step may have been required because I was using a laptop from work that is typically domain connected.
    by Jay Sellers on Aug 31, 2015.

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