Eduroam SSID. Windows Vista/7 configuration.
If you do not want to complicate having to configure everything manually download and install the SecureW2 program for Windows XP/Vista/7 express install to the University of Seville. This program installed on your computer SecureW2 configured to access eduroam at the University of Seville. Simply install this program to connect to eduroam is automatically and safely configure. It is the recommended option in most cases.
Click in the link to download a video explaining the process.
Step 1: Aunthentication client installation.
Download and install SecureW2 authentication client.
You configure your windows TCP/IP by pressing ‘START’ -> ‘Control Panel ’
And then select the ‘Network and Sharing Center’. Please, remind that the exact location of that icon on your computer may be different of the one shown on this screen, due to your particular windows settings and installed windows components.
Once on the new network center screen, select your wireless connection and by means of the right mouse button go to the Properties menu.
Once on the new Wireless Conexion Properties Window. You are meant to be on the flap Networking, on which you may browse the different networking functions on the interface. You should select the one named Internet protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4).
Please do mind the difference between TCP/IPv6 and TCP/IPv4, this latter the one to be used.
When you have selected TCP/IPv4, then press the Properties button, below the funtions box, on the right side.
On that new window you should check that you
Once you have done the IP address automatic selection on your computer, you may close all the windows and go back to the next step.Step 3: Wireless configuration.
Along this step we have to configure the automatic link with the EDUROAM system whenever we are in the campus and we want to use the wireless link.
The first steps of how you configure your windows wireless conection are similar to the ones shown above: by pressing ‘START’ -> ‘Control Panel ’
And then select the ‘Network and Sharing Center’.
Now you have to select Manage wireless networks as shown:
Then you should click on Add.
Please, select Manually create a network profile among the different options the system offers you.
A new window is shown, on wich you may Enter the information for the wireless network whe are adding (name, security and other settings). The recommended (some are mandatory!) settings on this screen are the one shown:
Manually defined wireless options
When ready proceed with the next screen by pressing next button, on lower-right of the window.
On the next pop-up window, select the option Change connections settings.
To configure your SecureW2 application client, select the flap "Security".
Choose the option SecureW2: SecureW2 EAP-TTLS in the combo-box named Choose a network authentication method, and then click on the Settings button. As shown on next image:
A new pop-up window is shown on your screen. Now you have to configure the SecureW2 application client. You may create different profiles, each with different settings, according to your (possible) different needs. Or you may use the Default profile. This is the case we will show, so click on the Configure button.
A new window with four flaps appears on your computer screen. You have to pass trought all of them.
Lets begin with the first one Conection:
Once you have completed the above steps click on the OK button.
You have finished the configuration of the SecureW2 aplication client, and so the Wireless conection on your computer.
Now you may try the conection.
On the next screen you will note that the eduroam network is shown, so you can select it.
Proceed to select eduroam by double clicking on it.
Now, depending of the option you choose wen configuring the Username settings while you set up the SecureW2 application client the behavior of your copouter may be different. We will consider that you did choose not not store your username and password, and checked the Prompt for user credentials option.
So, you are warned with an pop-up
window asking you to provide more information to finish the operation, namely the username and password.
You may supply the requested information (username and pasword) by double clicking on the pop-up warning message. Then a new window is presented like this one:
Finnaly, you check wether you are succesfully connected to EDUROAM or not with the next window:
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