802.1X authentication for wireless LAN is now being given a test operation. The 802.1X authentication is not for the displacement of web-based authentication, and it will be operated in parallel with the web-based authentication.
Period of test operation
The test operation will continue until 31st March, 2018.
Available access areas and eligibility
For information on available access areas and eligibility for the On-Campus Wi-Fi System, see the User’s Guide.
- Please refer to the relevant notes on the access point connection.
- Support services are unavailable due to test operation.
- Comments on functional improvement are welcome.
- The test operation may stop and end without notice.
- Connection method over 802.1X authentication may change without notice and it may differ from that of official service. Please check the notices and information provided by ACCC periodically.
- There is no consent page. By connecting to on-campus WiFi system using the 802.1X authentication, you shall be deemed to have agreed to all of the relevant notes.
How to use the On-Campus Wi-Fi System using 802.1X authentication
- Computer terminals that provide wireless LAN interface compatible with 802.1X authentication
- Wireless LAN interface configuration enabling automatic acquisition for IP address
How to get connected
- Find and select “utwlan-x” among available wireless LAN access points.
- Select “WPA2 enterprise” for authentication method, and input your UTID-13 and password. For more details, please refer to the following table.
Security WPA2 enterprise Encryption AES User ID UTID-13（13 digits on the back-side of your ID card） Password Password of the UTID-13 802.1x authentication method EAP-TTLS or EAP-PEAP
- At the time of the first connection, checking of server certificate may be required.
- After the success of the authentication, you terminals are connected to the on-campus WiFi system.
IP address assignment
|Assigned range||18.104.22.168 – 22.214.171.124|
Connection procedure for each OS
Please refer to the information published by OS maker.