Florida SouthWestern State College Wi-Fi

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Access for Current Students and EmployeesHow to Connect Student/Staff Network              Apple mobile Devices       Android Devices       ChromebookHow to Forget the Wi-Fi connection          Windows 10          Mac


Access for Current Students and Employees


To gain access to the Florida SouthWestern State Wi-Fi network, you must log in with your FSW email address and Portal password. 

 

Students

username@bucs.fsw.edu

 

Employees

username@fsw.edu 

 

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How to Connect Student/Staff Network


 Apple Mobile Devices


Go into the "Settings App" on your Apple device. 

Image of the settings app icon

  1. Then, select Wi-Fi from the menu.
  2. Make sure Wi-Fi is on.
  3. Tap FloridaSouthWesternStateCollege

Image of the settings app on the mobile with Wi-Fi outlined

 

  1. Type your "Username"
    • Staff: username@fsw.edu Outlook Password
    • Students: username@bucs.fsw.edu Portal Password
  2. Type your "Password"
  3. Tap on "Join"

Image to put the username and password and join to network

Note: If you can not log in, please reset your Portal Password. Make sure your password does not contain any personal information. (Example: Do not use your name or birthdate)

 

 A Certificate will appear; tap "Trust" on the top right.

Certificate image ready to select trust outlined

After you select "Trust," a checkmark should appear. 

Image showing check mark connected to Wi-Fi

If you can see the "checkmark," that means you are connected.

 

 

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 Android Devices


Swipe Down from your "Home" screen

showing how to swipe down from the android home screen

Tap and hold the Wi-Fi icon to access your Wi-Fi Connections.

Tap and hold on Wifi icon

 

(1) Make sure Wi-Fi is on.

(2) Tap "FloridaSouthWesternSateCollege" located under Available networks

Image with Wi-Fi on and Florida SouthWestern network selected

Fill out the following required information.

  1. Your email address goes in the "Identity" field.
  2. Your current Portal/Canvas Password goes in the "Password" field
  3. Select "Don't Validate" for the Certificate option
  4. Tap "Connect"
Staff: username@fsw.edu Outlook Password
Students: username@bucs.fsw.edu Portal Password
NOTE
If you can not log in, please reset your Portal Password. Make sure your password does not contain any personal information. (Example: Do not use your name or birthdate)

demonstrating which fields to fill out, Identity, password, certificate

It should then say, "Connected."
You are all set!

Note: If you can not log in, please reset your Portal Password. Make sure your password does not contain any personal information. (Example: Do not use your name or birthdate)

 

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Chromebook


Click on the Wireless icon, generally, located in the bottom right of your screen.

chromebook wifi front door icon location

In the new window that appears, find and click on the Wireless network icon

Chromebook wifi network selection icon

You should now be able to choose your Network selection options. Locate and click on FloridaSouthWesternStateCollege

Location of Florida South Western State College SSID

In the Join Wi-Fi network pop-up:

  1. Change the EAP method to PEAP
  2. Adjust the Server CA certificate to Do not check
  3. The Identity field is your full email address
    1. Staff: username@fsw.edu
    2. Students: username@bucs.fsw.edu
  4. Password is the same as your Portal Password
  5. Click on Connect

wifi configuration settings 01

wifi configuration settings 02

If you can not log in, please reset your Portal Password. Make sure your password does not contain any personal information the college has on file. (Example: Do not use your name or birthdate)

You should now be connected to the FloridaSouthWesternStateCollege Wi-Fi network when you are presented with the green Connected label.

image showing the connected confirmation label

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How to Forget the Public Wi-Fi connection


Windows 10


  1. Left-click the Wi-Fi icon in the system tray
  2. Mouse over the Wi-Fi connection you want to "Forget."
  3. Right-click the Wi-Fi connection
  4. Highlight and select Forget

Image with forget Wi-Fi outlined

 

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Mac


Open System Preferences.

Image of the settings app icon

Then, click the "Network" icon.

Image of the network icon

(1) Select Wi-Fi in the left menu.

(2) Click the box with the checkmark "Automatically join this network," so the checkmark goes away.

(3) Click Apply

showing how to "forget" a wifi connection on a Mac

After you are done, close the settings window.

 

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Details

Article ID: 51724
Created
Sun 4/8/18 6:05 PM
Modified
Fri 9/24/21 12:34 PM