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Connecting to Wi-Fi (eduroam) for Deakin visitors from other eduroam institution

Connecting to Wi - Fi (eduroam) for Deakin visitors from other participating eduroam institutions must abide by the Deakin Wi - Fi usage policy. Services Users from other institutions will need to have direct HTTP/HTTPS access. Coverage Wi - Fi hotspot zone signs have been placed

Connecting to Wi-Fi (eduroam) on Windows 8

Connecting to Wi - Fi (eduroam) on Windows 8 The following guide will assist with: Connecting to Eduroam Troubleshooting a previously connected device Connecting to Eduroam Select Wi - Fi and connect to Connecting to Wi - Fi (eduroam) on Windows 8 RT. Move your cursor

Connecting to Wi-Fi (eduroam) on Windows 8 RT

Connecting to Wi - Fi (eduroam) on Windows 8 RT The following guide will assist with: Connecting to Eduroam Troubleshooting a previously connected device Connecting to Eduroam Select Wi - Fi and connect trouble connecting to eduroam by following the steps above please follow

Connecting to Wi-Fi (eduroam) on an Android device

Connecting to Wi - Fi (eduroam) on an Android device   Connecting to Eduroam Select Wi - Fi and connect. Tap Wi - Fi Deakin Setup. Open your preferred web browser and type www.deakin.edu.au in the address to update it within the eduroam configuration. Tap Settings Wi - Fi

Connecting to Wi-Fi (eduroam) on macOS

Connecting to Wi - Fi (eduroam) on macOS Deakin computers are pre-configured with eduroam wireless with: Connecting to Eduroam Troubleshooting a previously connected device Connecting to Eduroam Select Wi - Fi Ensure Wi - Fi is on Select Deakin Setup If your computer

Connecting to Wi-Fi (eduroam) on iPad/iPhone/iPod

Connecting to Wi - Fi (eduroam) on iPad/iPhone/iPod The following guide will assist with: Connecting to Eduroam Troubleshooting a previously connected device   Connecting to Eduroam 1. Select Wi - Fi Wi - Fi from the left-side menu. Ensure the Wi - Fi is on then select

Connecting to Wi-Fi (eduroam) on Windows 10

Connecting to Wi - Fi (eduroam) on Windows 10 Note: Deakin computers are pre-configured with eduroam to connect using Deakin Setup. Connecting to Eduroam using Deakin Setup Select the Wi - Fi icon Wi - Fi and connect to eduroam Enter your username@deakin.edu.au Enter your

Connecting to Wi-Fi (eduroam) on Windows 7

Connecting to Wi - Fi (eduroam) on Windows 7 Deakin computers come pre-configured with eduroam wireless internet access. The following guide will assist with: Connecting to Eduroam Troubleshooting a previously connected device Connecting to Eduroam Select Wi - Fi and connect

Connecting to Wi-Fi (eduroam) at participating institutions

Connecting to Wi - Fi (eduroam) at participating institutions Connecting to eduroam while away from Deakin It is possible to set up the connection to eduroam while you are away from Deakin, allowing connection to the Deakin network Getting help If you have trouble connecting

Where can I connect to Wi-Fi (Wifi, eduroam) at Deakin?

Where can I connect to Wi - Fi (Wifi, eduroam) at Deakin? Deakin campus coverage is summarised in the maps below (as of May 16, 2016). Coverage density is indicated by the legend. For eduroam enabled locations off campus (eg. Barwon Health, CSIRO), please see Where can I use eduroam

How do I forget a Wi-Fi network on my personal Mac?

to eduroam, create a new admin profile using the instructions provided here. More Info Connecting to Wi - Fi How do I forget a Wi - Fi network on my personal Mac? If you have previously connected to eduroam- Fi  icon in the far left window. In the Network window, turn Wi - Fi off

How do I self register and connect to the Deakin Guest wi-fi network?

How do I self-register and connect to the Deakin Guest wi - fi network? Internet access created via wi - fi Open the wi - fi settings on your device and click on the Guest WiFi Deakin network. Open your of use. You will now be connected to the Deakin Guest wi - fi network.

Why is my wi-fi connection slow?

Why is my wi - fi connection slow? Deakin offers Eduroam, a secure wireless roaming service granting high-speed wi - fi capabilities. During peak periods, some users may intermittently experience slower connections. There are a few reasons however why a slower wi - fi may

Generic Wi-Fi (eduroam) configuration information

Generic Wi - Fi (eduroam) configuration information The following information is aimed at: Deakin Staff using alternative operating systems (eg. Symbian, Linux, etc.) Deakin Visitors from a participating eduroam institution It only provides the technical settings required for eduroam

Deakin Guest Wi-Fi – Creating & Managing Guest Accounts via Sponsor Portal

Deakin Guest Wi - Fi – Creating & Managing Guest Accounts via Sponsor Portal Introduction Account(s) on the Guest Wi - Fi Deakin network. Requirements for the Sponsor Portal The Sponsor Portal when connecting outside of campus. For any assistance with VPN access, please refer

Deakin Wi-Fi usage policy

Deakin Wi - Fi usage policy Deakin staff and students Staff and students using eduroam at Deakin must abide by the Deakin Information and Communications Technology Use Policy, the Australian eduroam Policy, and the additional guidelines set out below. Staff and students who use eduroam

How do I forget a Wi-Fi network on my Windows 10 device?

How do I forget a Wi - Fi network on my Windows 10 device? Select the Wi - Fi icon in the bottom right Settings. In the Network Settings window, make sure Wi - Fi is selected and then select Manage Wi - Fi Settings. Select the Wi - Fi connection (for example 'eduroam

There is a problem with the Wi-Fi network in my residence

There is a problem with the Wi - Fi network in my residence You may be located in an area of low signal strength, or there may be an issue with your nearest Wi - Fi access point. What can I do? Please contact your resi manager, who can discuss the problem with the IT Service Desk

How do I forget a Wi-Fi network on my Windows 7 device?

 How do I forget a Wi - Fi network on my Windows 7 device? Select the Wi - Fi icon in the bottom right corner of the screen (near the clock). Select Open Network and Sharing Center. Select Manage Wireless Networks. Select the Wi - Fi network (for example 'eduroam'), then Remove

Tips for purchasing a new wireless device for use at Deakin - Dual band Wi-Fi

Tips for purchasing a new wireless device for use at Deakin - Dual band Wi - Fi Dual band Wi - Fi is now available to Deakin students.  Dual band wi - fi uses two wireless bands (the 5 GHz and 2.4 GHz wireless bands) to combat dead spots and drop outs. That means that if your Wi