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The midd_secure wireless network will be retired on March 9, 2015.  <span style="color:red">Starting on March 2</span>, please use the new [[Wireless#The_MiddleburyCollege_Wireless_Network|MiddleburyCollege wireless network]] instead.
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== Configure your Windows 7 Computer for midd_secure <br>  ==
 
 
 
To configure your Windows 7 computer to access the midd_secure network, follow the instructions below.
 
 
 
#Click the '''Wireless Network Connection '''icon (it looks like a computer with three curved lines on the right side)on the Taskbar.'''The Wireless Network Connection Status '''dialog box opens.
 
#Click '''Connect''' '''to a network'''. The '''Connect to a Network''' dialog box opens.
 
#Click '''Set up a connection or network'''.
 
#In the '''Choose a connection option '''scrolling list select '''Manually connect to a wireless network''' and then click '''[[Image:Next button.PNG]]'''.
 
#Make these changes to the '''Enter information for the wireless network you want to add '''pane.
 
#*In the '''Network name''' field type '''midd_secure'''.
 
#*In the '''Security type''' drop-down list select'''WPA2-Enterprise'''.
 
#**The '''Encryption type''' drop-down list changes to '''AES'''. Please select '''TKIP'''.
 
#**The '''Start this connection automatically''' checkbox becomes checked.
 
#*[[Image:Next button.PNG]].
 
#Click '''Change connection settings'''. The '''midd_secure Wireless Network properties''' dialog box opens.
 
#Click the '''Security''' tab.
 
#For Windows 7 only (for Windows Vista, skip to step 10): Click Advanced settings.
 
#Under the 802.1X settings, make sure the check box "Specify authentication mode" is checked. In the drop down area, select user authentication, not computer or user authentication. Click ok and you will return to the Security tab in Step 7.
 
#Verify that the '''Choose a network authentication method '''is set to '''Microsoft: Protected EAP (PEAP)''' and then click '''Settings'''. The '''Protected EAP Properties '''dialog box opens.
 
#On the '''Protected EAP Properties '''dialog box, do the following:
 
##Uncheck the '''Validate server certificate '''checkbox.
 
##Verify that the '''Select Authentication Method '''drop-down list is set to '''Secured password (EAP-MSCHAP v2)'''.
 
##Click '''[[Image:Configure button.PNG]]'''. The '''EAP MSCHAPv2 Properties '''dialog box opens.
 
#On the '''EAP MSCHAPv2 Properties''' dialog box do the following:
 
##Uncheck '''Automatically use my Windows logon name and password (and domain if any)'''.
 
##Click '''[[Image:OK xp button.PNG]]'''.
 
#On the '''Protected EAP Properties '''dialog box, click '''[[Image:OK xp button.PNG]]'''.
 
#On the '''midd_secure Wireless Network properties '''dialog box, click '''[[Image:OK xp button.PNG]]'''.
 
#Wait for the '''Additional information required to connect to midd_secure''' taskbar popup to appear and then click it. The '''Enter Credentials '''dialog box opens.<br>[[Image:Additional info required.PNG]]
 
#Vista: In the '''Enter Credential '''dialog box, do the following:
 
##In the '''User name '''field type your '''username'''.
 
##In the '''Password''' field type your '''password'''.
 
##In the '''Logon domain''' field type '''MIDD'''.
 
##Click '''[[Image:OK xp button.PNG]].'''
 
#Windows 7: In the '''Enter Credential''' dialog box, do the following:
 
##In the '''User name '''field type your '''MIDD\username'''.
 
##In the '''Password''' field type your '''password'''.<br>
 
##Click '''[[Image:OK xp button.PNG]].'''
 
 
 
You are now connected to '''midd_secure''' and have access to all of Middlebury College’s network resources from behind the firewall.
 
 
 
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== Configure your Mac OS X computer for midd_secure <br>  ==
 
 
 
To use midd_secure, in most cases all you need to do is:
 
 
 
#Click on the AirPort icon ([[Image:Airport icon.PNG]]) on the right end of the menu bar at the top of your screen.
 
#Select '''midd_secure''' from the list.
 
#Enter your username and password and click '''JOIN'''.
 
#After a few seconds you will be prompted to accept the College’s security certificate. Click '''[[Image:Mac continue button.PNG]]'''.
 
#* You will be asked to supply login credentials having administrator access to the computer.  Enter valid credentials, then click '''Update Settings'''.
 
 
 
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== Configure iOS devices for midd_secure ==
 
#From the '''Home''' screen of your iOS device, select '''Settings'''.
 
#From the '''Settings''' screen, select '''Wi-Fi'''.
 
#Make sure that&nbsp;'''Wi-Fi''' is '''ON''', then select '''midd-secure '''from the '''Choose a Network...'''&nbsp;list.
 
#At the prompts, enter your Middlebury credentials:&nbsp;'''username''' and '''password '''and then select&nbsp;'''Join'''.
 
#Accept *.middlebury.edu certificate.
 
#If all went well, your iOS device is now connected to midd-secure!
 
 
 
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== Configure Android devices for midd_secure ==
 
#Find and select '''Settings''' on the screen of your Android device.
 
#From the '''Settings''' screen, select '''Wi-Fi''' and make sure it is '''ON'''
 
#Select '''midd_secure''' from the list of available networks
 
#On the '''pop-up menu''' make sure that the following settings are made:
 
#*'''Security''' - 802.1x EAP (leave as default)
 
#*'''EAP method''' - PEAP (leave as default)
 
#*'''Phase 2 authentication''' - '''MSCHAPV2'''
 
#*'''CA certificate''' - unspecified (leave as default)
 
#*'''Identity''' - ''middusername'' (your College username)
 
#*'''Anonymous identity''' - leave empty
 
#*'''Password''' - ''middpassword'' (your College password)
 
#'''Connect''' and you should be on the midd-secure network!
 

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