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  • Connecting to AirBears2 - Windows 8 & 8.1
    Available Networks field if available Access is unavailable outside of these locations If you are unable to connect to the AirBears2 network Forget the network then re connect Turn your Wifi off and then back on then re connect Restart your computer then re connect Confirm you are able to connect to CalVisitor or AirBears2 from another device Contact CSS IT at 510 664 9000 for direct hands on assistance Connecting to AirBears2 through Windows 8 Start at the Windows Start page Move the mouse pointer down to the bottom right hand corner of the screen and hover there until you see the tools slide out and the settings Gear Click on Settings On the next screen click on Available The next screen will show you the available Wifi networks around you Click on AirBears2 Make sure the Connect Automatically box is checked and click Connect Type in your CalNetID for the User Name Type in the AirBears2 key you created at the beginning of this article for the Password Then Click OK Once you click OK you will be asked to accept the certificate Accept it and you will then be connected to the AirBears2 network If you require

    Original URL path: https://kb.berkeley.edu/campus-shared-services/page.php?id=40810 (2015-04-06)
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  • Connecting to AirBears2 - iOS Device
    iPhone or iPad Before you start Create an AirBears 2 Key If you have not already created an AirBears2 Key do so now by following this article You will need the key to complete the steps in this article Step 1 Go to Settings on your device and then select Wi Fi Step 2 Select AirBears2 You will be prompted for a Username and Password Step 3 Enter your Cal Net ID as your Usernam e and your AirBears2 Key as your password Then select Join Step 4 You will be prompted with a not verified security certificate Click Accept Step 5 You will see a successful connection in your Wi Fi settings Troubleshooting Tips I f you are unable to connect to AirBears 2 there are several troubleshooting steps you can attempt 1 Disable Wi Fi wait 15 seconds and then re enable Wi Fi 2 Ensure that you do not have auto join enabled for any other nearby networks 3 Within the AirBears2 Settings change the HTTP Proxy settings from auto to off 4 Generate a new AirBears2 Key at http idc berkeley edu 5 Have your device forget the AirBears2 Network and then attempt to connect again

    Original URL path: https://kb.berkeley.edu/campus-shared-services/page.php?id=30610 (2015-04-06)
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  • Campus WiFi Networks
    general public for a fee More detail on the attwifi network is available at this location http ist berkeley edu att wifi for campus Service Features In order to determine which WiFi network best supports your needs you should review the available features and their descriptions below Feature AirBears2 AirBears eduroam CalVisitor attwifi Web Based Authentication No Yes No No Yes in some cases Secure Access One Time Login Yes No Yes No Yes for supported AT T Devices Internet Access Level Full Full Full Limited Web browsing common secure networking services Full Individual Public IPv4 Address No Yes No No No IPv6 Support Yes Yes Yes Yes No Inbound IPv4 Connections No Yes No No No Inbound IPv6 Connections Yes Yes Yes Yes No Encrypted Wireless Traffic Yes No Yes No No Access Secured Campus Resources and Content E G Digital Library services for Berkeley users Yes Yes Yes No No Availability Campus Community Campus Community Guests Campus Community Visitors from other institutions Campus Visitors AT T customers Public for a fee Feature Descriptions Web Based Authentication Access to the wireless network requires a web browser The user must open a browser some devices and operating systems may do this automatically for the user when they connect and enter credentials that allow access to the network Secure Access One Time Login Users configure their device with the necessary credentials once only in the case of AT T devices for attwifi they are configured by default by the vendor The device will automatically use these credentials to connect to the network whenever it is available Internet Access Level Authenticated campus wifi services provide full access to all network services of any type Unauthenticated services such as CalVisitor provide limited network access permitting web browsing and vpn connectivity to a remote

    Original URL path: https://kb.berkeley.edu/campus-shared-services/page.php?id=27815 (2015-04-06)
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  • Connecting to AirBears2 - Windows 7 PC
    Available Networks field if available Access is unavailable outside of these locations If you are unable to connect to the AirBears2 network see Troubleshooting Tips at the bottom of this article You may also contact CSS IT at 510 664 9000 for direct hands on assistance Connecting to AirBears2 through Windows 7 Begin at the Windows 7 desktop In the bottom right corner of the screen click on the Open Connect to a Network connection bar icon usually to the immediate left of the clock Click on AirBears2 When prompted for a user name and password enter your information as follows Username Your CalNetID ex svimes Password The AirBears2 Key associated with your account If prompted with a Certificate Warning Click on Connect Select Public if prompted for a network type Your computer should now be connected and this can be confirmed by looking at the Wireless Netw ork Connections in the notifications area of the Task Bar Troubleshooting Tips If you are unable to connect please disable and then re enable your wifi network connection If connection issues continue try reordering the AirBears2 network in preferred networks Navigate to the Microsoft Support article View your preferred networks Move up reorder the AirBears2 network to the top of the list of networks Confirm this action If you are on a domain that is not the official UCB Campus please try the following steps to see and log into AirBears2 Go to Mange My Wireless networks Click on Properties Open the Security Settings Tab Open the Protected EAP Properties Towards the bottom next to the authentication method click on the EAP MSCHAPv2 properies Uncheck the Use my Windows Login Name and password You should now be able to see and log into AirBears2 using your CalNet Credentials For additional assistance contact

    Original URL path: https://kb.berkeley.edu/campus-shared-services/page.php?id=30608 (2015-04-06)
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  • Connecting to AirBears2 Wireless Network using Windows XP
    r k A uth e nti c a tion W PA 2 o Networ k nam e SSID AirBears2 o Dat a encryption AE S 5 Cli c k the A u t h e n t i c a t ion t a b 6 I n the EA P t y pe d r op d o w n m e nu s e l ec t Pr o t e c t e d E A P P E A P 7 U n c h ec k A u t h e n t i c a t e a s c o m pu te r w h e n c o m p u te r in f o r m a t ion is availabl e 8 Cli c k the P r op e rt i e s but t on 9 U n Ch ec k V alida t e s e r v e r c ert i f i c a te 10 F r om the S e l e c t A uth e nti c ation Me thod d r op do w n m e nu s e l ec t S ec u r ed pass w o r d E A P M S C H AP v2 11 Ch ec k Enable F ast R e c onn ect 12 Cli c k C on f i g u re 13 U n c h ec k A u t o m a t i c ally use m y Windo w s logon na m e and pass w o r d a n d do m ain if any 14 Cli c k OK to c lose a ll r e m a ining w indo w s 15 When you are in range of a AirBears2 access point you will be prompted to Enter Credential s Enter the following data and click OK o Use r name your CalNet ID o Password your AirBears2 password o L o g on dom a in l e ave b l ank You should now be conn e cte d t o AirBears2 T r o ub l e s h ooti n g Ti p s I t m a y b e n e c e ss a r y to t u r n y o u r W i F i c onn ec tion o f f a nd b a c k on in o r d e r to c onn ec t the f i r st tim e Y our c omput e r must h a v e Windo w s X P S er vi c e P a c k 3 S P 3 inst a ll e d M a ke su r e y ou h a ve a lso inst a ll e d a ll a

    Original URL path: https://kb.berkeley.edu/campus-shared-services/page.php?id=31652 (2015-04-06)
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  • Connecting to AirBears2 - Android Device
    Password Step 3 Enter your CalNet ID as your Identity and your Anonymous Identity and your AirBears2 Key as your password Then select Connect Troubleshooting If you are unable to connect to AirBears2 make sure that your EAP Method is set to PEAP Proxy settings are set to None and that your IP settings are set to DHCP If you encountered any errors or if you have any questions please

    Original URL path: https://kb.berkeley.edu/campus-shared-services/page.php?id=33823 (2015-04-06)
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  • Connecting to AirBears2 - OS X
    and your AirBears2 Key as the Password If you have trouble putting in your key you may opt to show the Password 4 You will be prompted to accept the certificate for AirBears2 5 If you show the certificate it should match what appears below 6 You will be prompted for an administrator password in order accept the new certificate 7 You should be all set If you ever change

    Original URL path: https://kb.berkeley.edu/campus-shared-services/page.php?id=30633 (2015-04-06)
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  • WiFi Network Security
    be transmitted via WiFi The AirBears WiFi network provides no encryption of data that is transmitted This means that anyone nearby can potentially see the data that is being sent between your WiFi connected device and any other network connected host Any information that is private should be secured by other means for example using the SSL Secured versions of websites https instead of http secure protocols like SCP for file transfers or secured versions of the common email protocols IMAP SMTP The AirBears2 WiFi network provides encryption of data while it is being transmitted wirelessly This improves privacy to an extent because it means that a nearby person can not easily see the data that is being transmitted or received by your device However once the data reaches the campus network itself it is no longer encrypted For this reason any data that may be subject to encryption based on campus policies should be secured by some means other than the WiFi network s built in encryption The attwifi network should be considered a public insecure Internet connection Care should be taken at all times when using this network with any data for which there may be any privacy

    Original URL path: https://kb.berkeley.edu/campus-shared-services/page.php?id=28246 (2015-04-06)
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