PennNet and AirPennNet

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Posted on: November 12, 2013

The AirPennNet-Guest Group Code access model is designed to facilitate wireless access for large groups of guests at campus events. Guests use a single, shared Group Code to register their devices and gain access to the AirPennNet-Guest network.

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Posted on: September 6, 2013

Information Systems & Computing launched the AirPennNet-Device wireless service on August 19, 2013.  It is intended to provide a network connectivity option in campus residences for non-802.1X capable devices that are unable to connect to...

Posted on: August 30, 2013

These instructions allow Ubuntu Linux users to connect their WiFi enabled notebooks to AirPennNet. Other Linux distribution users often will be able to adapt these instructions for their notebook environments. Although not a supported operating system...

Posted on: August 20, 2013

Some PennNet implementations on campus require users to register their network adapter's MAC address in order to gain access to the network. Additionally, some other services on campus require that a MAC address be registered in order to allow access...

Posted on: May 25, 2013

XpressConnect support files provide some extremely useful information for a Local Support Provider, ISC Staff, and the vendors of SecureW2 and XpressConnect if necessary. The contents overview below is taken from a Windows machine, but similar data...

Posted on: April 16, 2013

These are instructions for connection to the University's AirPennNet wireless network with Lenovo's Access Connections middleware. Use these instructions as an alternative connection method, in case you are having difficulty with the University's...

Posted on: April 16, 2013

These are instructions for connection to the University's AirPennNet wireless network with Intel's PROSet middleware with Windows 7 and Windows XP. Use these instructions as an alternative connection method, in case you are having difficulty with the...

Posted on: April 16, 2013

These instructions allow Ubuntu Linux users to connect their WiFi enabled notebooks to AirPennNet. Other Linux distribution users will often be able to adapt these instructions for their notebook environments. Although not a supported operating system...

Posted on: April 16, 2013

Chromebooks, which run Chrome OS, function with AirPennNet but require manual configuration of the network by following the steps below:

Make sure all updates are applied to Chrome OS Connect to AirPennNet (NOT AirPennNet-Help) Enter settings as...
Posted on: April 5, 2013
Overview

This page contains known issues with AirPennNet-Help and XpressConnect and identifies workarounds when they have been identified.

General Issues https:// pages are not found when connected to AirPennNet-Help. Workaround Identified: This...