There are many different versions of Android, each of which use their own means of connecting to WPA2 wireless. Therefore, a general guideline will be given, that each user must adapt to their own version of Android.
Start with Settings, and look for Wireless & Networks.
Find Wifi Settings.
Look for Add Wifi network. You may need to have Wifi enabled to add a new network.
Set the Network SSID to ECUAD.
Set Security to WPA2 Enterprise or 802.1x Enterprise
Use your Emily Carr e-mail account and password for the required Username and password.
You can use YourAccountName, or YourAccountName@ecuad.ca for the Username, as both are configured to work.
Your password must have been set or changed since September 2012 for ECUAD to work.
WPA2 setup for iOS devices
1. On your iOS device, look for your Settings icon.
2. Select the icon. In the new window, find the WiFi settings.
3. Select that. In the new window, find Other.
4. Select that. Find Security.
5. Select that. You should see a list of options that includes WEP, WPA, WPA2 and others.
6. Select WPA2 Enterprise.
7. Then set the Name to ECUAD.
8. Enter your e-mail Username. You can include @ecuad.ca if you like.
9. You can then Join the Wireless. When you do so, for the first time only, you will be asked to accept a certificate.
10. You should then be successfully joined!
WPA2 setup for Mac OSX 10.5/10.6
1. Click the Wireless icon at the top of the screen. If the Airport is currently off, click Turn AirPort On.
2. Click on Open Network Preferences.
3. Under Network Name, select ECUAD. If the ECUAD does not appear on the list, select Join Other Network, and enter ECUAD.
4. If you selected the ECUAD from the drop down list, enter your e-mail username and password, and they will be stored for your future use.
If you used Join Other Network, you will need to set the Security to WPA2 Enterprise, and fill in the rest as above.
5. When you are connected, you should see near the top : Airport is connected to ECUADand has the IP 10.12.xxx.yyy
Additionally, you should see near the bottom: Authenticated via PEAP (MSCHAPv2).
6. In future connections you should be logged in automatically, with no further need of your input, unless your password changes or your password is no longer stored on your Mac.
If that happens, you should see a requester asking for your password. Simply enter your password again.