Memorial University of Newfoundland Residence Wired Connection Installation Manual Ubuntu 8.04 Hardy Heron Last updated: August 2008 Department of Computing and Communications Memorial University of Newfoundland St. John’s, Newfoundland Introduction This document will take you through the process of configuring your personal computer to work with the wired ports in Residence. Who should use this document? This document should be used only by MUN students who wish to use wired ports in Residence and have the Ubuntu operating system. Help For assistance during the configuration process please contact: Computing and Communications Help Centre Phone: 737-4595 E-mail: [email protected] Hours: 8:30am - 5:00pm (fall & winter); 8:30 - 4:30 (summer) Requirements • • • A computer running Ubuntu 8.04 Hardy Heron. A network interface card that supports IEEE 802.1x authentication with the latest drivers installed. Your account credentials, which can be generated through the Device Authorization Tool (DAT) at www.mun.ca/cc. These credentials are used for both wired and wireless access on campus, so if you already have a wireless account then you know your user name and password. Remember, you must be a current MUN student to submit the DAT form. Configuration Please Note: Due to the many variants of the Linux operating system, the configuration proceed listed here has only been tested through the GUI for Ubuntu 8.04, and there is no tested procedure currently available for configuring through 8.04 CLI, or for other Linux flavours. 1. Click the Wired network connection icon in the Panel. 2. Select Connect to 802.1X Protected Wired Network… 3. Enter the following information in the new window that appears: • • • • • • • • • • Type the Network Name: MUN in the text box Choose EAP Method: PEAP from the drop down box Choose Phase2 Type: MSCHAPV2 from the drop down box Type your user name in the Identity text box Type your password in the Password text box Leave Anonymous Identity blank Leave Client Certificate File as (None) Leave CA Certificate File as (None) Leave Private Key File as (None) Leave Private Key Password blank 4. Click Connect. 5. You may be prompted to create a default keyring password. You can make this the same password as your wired connection, or use a previously existing keyring password.
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