Mac OS X 10.6 - How to connect to MIT SECURE wireless
This article describes how to connect a Mac OS X 10.6 computer to the MIT SECURE wireless network. For Mac OS X 10.7 click here.
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Click on the Apple Wireless Connection Utility Icon:
- MIT SECURE:
Select the network name
- Show Certificate button:
When prompted by the "Verify Certificate" window, click the
- wireless-radius-1.mit.edu or wireless-radius-2.mit.edu and digitally signed by GeoTrust SSL CA. Accept the security certificate by clicking Continue:
The certificate name should read
You will be asked to enter the username and password for your computer. This may not be the same as your MIT email username and password:
Login to the MIT SECURE wireless network using your MIT kerberos account username and password:
|If you know your password is newer than June 2010 but login doesn't work...|
- Apple > System Preferences > Network
Your Mac may have memorized the wrong username/password. You can delete your last attempt and start over by going to:
- 802.1X, then under User Profiles, select the MIT SECURE network you just tried and click the "-" (minus) sign in the lower left corner to delete it, then click OK at the lower right corner
- Apply. Then turn wireless off, turn it back on and try signing in again.
Now you're back to the Network window, at the lower right corner, click