July 27, 2011
Important changes to K-State wireless network
K-Staters can now connect to the more secure WPA2 Enterprise wireless network using their eID/password. Faculty, staff and students who use the wireless network and are on campus during the summer are encouraged to connect today before the rush of new students and employees in August.
- Individuals who do not live in residence halls or Jardine Apartments will use the KSU wireless network instead of the k-state.net network.
- Students living in residence halls or Jardine Apartments will connect to the KSU housing network.
Instructions on how to connect to this more secure wireless network are available here. The site has links to an easy-to-use, automated configuration tool for Windows, Mac OS X, Ubuntu, Apple iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Android operating systems. For manual configuration instructions, see the Wireless at Kansas State University document (PDF).
On Aug. 1 the k-state.guest network will be disabled, and K-Staters will no longer be able to connect using this network. Campus visitors will use the KSU guest network, which will not require an eID/password. KSU guest will restrict access to enterprise systems such as K-State Online, webmail, iSIS student information system and HRIS employee self-service.
On Oct. 25 the k-state.net network will be disabled, and K-Staters will no longer be able to connect using this network. Note: If you do not switch to KSU Wireless, you will not be able to use K-State’s wireless network on Oct. 25.