Wireless LAN Quick Start Guide


What You'll need to connect to NTU Wireless Network
To connect your computer to NTU Wireless Network, you'll need:

  • A Laptop, desktop PC or Wi-fi Phone. Most of them already have built in Wireless network card (802.11a, 802.11b/g compatible or Wi-Fi certified).
  • Your NTU Network Account.
  • Up-to-date Anti-Virus software and signatures installed.
  • Up-to-date Operating Systems with the lastest security patches installed.
  • To configure your device to associate to NTU Wireless Network(see below).

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Configuring your device to associate to NTU Wireless Network
Most of the popular built-in wireless LAN cards eg. Intel Proset are true plug-and-play out of the box. The followings are configuration guides for various Operating systems including popular devices such as iPhone, Android phones for connecting to SSID - NTUWL.

For enhanced security using WPA2/AES

Advance users who would like to use WPA2/AES for enhanced security, please click here for information on connecting to the SSID - NTUSECURE. The device must be able to support 802.1x EAP-PEAP authentication method.

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Signing-in to NTU Wireless Network
Once you have configured your device to associate to the wireless network, users are required to sign-in/authenticate with their network account via the Wireless web logon page. Click here to find out how.


This also applies to your non-web applications like FTP, Telnet, Terminal Services Client, Remote Desktop Connection, POP3 mailbox, ICQ, MSN Messenger, etc. as well. User needs to manually sign-on for non-web applications.

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