Android - OSU_Secure

  1. Open the settings app, then click "Network & Internet":
    Open Network & Internet
  2. Next open the Wi-Fi Settings:
    Open Wi-Fi Settings
  3. Press and hold on OSU_Secure, then tap forget:
    forget OSU_Secure
  4. After it forgets the network, reconnect to OSU_Secure:
    Reconnect to OSU_Secure
  5. Enter the following settings, then click connect:
    EAP Method: PEAP
    Phase 2 authentication: MSCHAPV2
    CA certificate: Use system certificates
    Identity: Your ONID Username
    Anoymous Identity: Leave Blank
    Password: Your ONID Password
    Configure OSU_Secure

iOS - OSU_Secure

  1. Open settings and switch to the WiFi section:
    Open Settings and switch to the WiFi section
  2. Select OSU_Secure and forget it.  Click forget at the prompt:
    Select OSU_Secure and click forget
    Click forget at the confirmation dialog
  3. Click OSU_Secure to reconnect to it:
    Select OSU_Secure to reconnect to it
  4. Enter your new ONID credentials and click join:
    Enter your new ONID credentials and click join
  5. If you're prompted to trust the Oregon State wifi certificate, then click trust:
    Trust the Oregon State WiFi certificate

MacOS - OSU_Secure

  1. Open Network Preferences:
    Open Network Preferences
  1. In the WiFi section, go to Advanced:
  2. Select OSU_Secure and then hit the minus sign to remove it:

    Then click OK to save and close.
  3. Back in the WiFi menu, connect to OSU_Secure:
    Reconnect to OSU_Secure
  4. Enter your ONID Username and Password when you're prompted:
    Enter your new ONID credentials
  5. Click Join.  If you are still unable to connect to the wireless then give us a call or stop by our office.

Windows - OSU_Secure

Most of the time, Windows will smoothly prompt you for your new credentials when you attempt to connect to OSU_Secure from on campus. If for some reason this doesn't happen, then there's a few steps to force Windows to perform a fresh connection:

  1. First, Open the networking menu by clicking the wifi icon in the lower right hand corner:
    Open the networking tray
  2. Open Network Settings:
  3. Select "Manage Wi-fi Settings":
  4. Select OSU Secure and click forget:

  5. Reopen the wifi menu:

    Select OSU_Secure:

    Then click connect:
  6. You will most likely get a warning asking if you expect to find OSU_Secure in your area.  If you're on campus, then click connect:
  7. Then enter your ONID credentials and click ok:

Linux - eduroam

If all goes well, on Ubuntu you should simply be prompted for your new password with a dialog like this:
Picture of the Ubuntu wifi credential request dialog

If you don't get one of those or you need to start connecting from scratch do this:

  1. Open the wifi settings and click the gear icon next to "eduroam":
    Open the eduroam wifi settings
  2. Click forget network:
    Click forget network within eduroam's settings
  3. Click on the eduroam SSID to open the connection dialog:
    Open the eduroam connection dialog
  4. Enter the following connection information:
    Wi-Fi Security: Leave as "WPA & WPA2 Enterprise"
    Change to "Protected EAP (PEAP)"
    Anonymous identity: Leave this field blank
    Domain: Enter ""
    CA certificate: Leave as "(None)"
    CA certificate password: Leave this field blank
    No CA certificate is required: Check this checkbox
    PEAP version: Leave as "Automatic"
    Inner authentication: Leave as "MSCHAPv2"
    Username: Enter your ONID username followed by "" here
    Password: Enter your ONID password here
    Enter the eduroam authentication settings
  5. Lastly, click connect.  If you are unable to connect then please give us a call or stop by our helpdesk.  If the password or username is incorrect then you should see the username and password dialog from the first screenshot.