SSU-SECURE Wi-Fi Access on Chrome OS

  1. At the bottom right of your screen, open the menu by clicking on the Wi-Fi symbol or by simply clicking on the time.
  2. Click on Not Connected and make sure that Wi-Fi is turned on. (Note: If you see your Wi-Fi network name and a signal strength, your Chromebook is already connected to Wi-Fi.)

    Screenshot of the ChromeOS settings menu showing Wi-Fi not connected.

  3. Find SSU-SECURE on the list and click on it.

    Screenshot of available Wi-Fi networks menu showing Wi-Fi is turned on, and SSU-SECURE is selected.

  4. On the Join Wi-Fi network screen that pops up, enter the following settings:

    EAP Method: PEAP

    EAP Phase2 Authentication: MSCHAPv2

    Server CA Certificate: Default

    Identity: SSU username

    Note: It may be necessary to enter your username as SSU

    Password: SSU password

    Screenshot of Wi-Fi connection settings for SSU-SECURE.

  5. Click Connect. You should now be connected to SSU-SECURE!

    If you are having any issues connecting to SSU-SECURE or if your Chromebook says you are connected, but you do not have internet access, try forgetting the SSU-SECURE network.

  6. Click on the time or Wi-Fi Symbol, then click on SSU-SECURE.

    Screenshot of the ChromeOS settings menu, showing the Wi-Fi & system time button selected as well as SSU-SECURE selected.

  7. Click SSU-SECURE again to select the network.

    Screenshot of available Wi-Fi networks menu, with SSU-SECURE connected.

  8. Click on the Forget button. Repeat steps 1-5 above to reconnect.

    Screenshot of the SSU-SECURE settings menu with the "Forget" button selected.