TigerNetFacultyStaff Wireless Configuration Instructions
for Macintosh OS 10.5 or higher
Students should not use these instructions; they should choose the TigerNetStudent network and connect using their TigerTracks login.
Faculty and staff should follow the setup instructions below, and then use their FHSU network login to connect. If your network login does not allow access, you should submit a CTC Request for Services to the Network and Servers section to request wireless access.
Please note that wireless setup instructions can vary depending on the type of wireless card installed in your system. These steps will work for many types of cards installed on Macintosh OS 10.5 or higher systems, but they may not match your setup. If these instructions do not work for you, or if you need assistance after attempting to configure your wireless connection, please contact the CTC HelpDesk for assistance.
In order to properly configure your connection, it is necessary to be in a location where a TigerNetFacultyStaff signal is detected.
- Click on the Airport Status icon on the right side of the menu bar at the top of your screen.
- Select TigerNetFacultyStaff from the list of available networks to join.
- Type your FHSU network User Name and Password in the appropriate fields of the dialog box that appears and then click OK.
- If a Certificate message appears asking you to review the security certificates, click Show Certificate, then click Trust and select Always Trust. Typically, it will take no more than 5 seconds to verify your identity to the network and obtain an IP address. However, the first time may take from 5 to 30 seconds.
- If you ever wish to turn the Airport wireless network services on or off, click on the Airport Status icon on the right side of the menu bar and choose Turn Airport Off (On).
- Whenever you wish to connect to the TigerNetFacultyStaff network, click on the Airport Status icon. Turn Airport Status on and select the TigerNetFacultyStaff network.
If you are frequently experiencing trouble connecting to TigerNetFacultyStaff, try the following...
- Click on the Open Apple at the top left corner of your screen, and then choose System Preferences. Click on the Network icon.
- Choose Airport from the column on the left.
- Click on Advanced.
- Click on the TCP/IP tab. Click on the Configure IPv4 drop-down arrow and choose Using DHCP. Then click on the Configure IPv6 drop-down arrow and choose Off.