Cisco Aironet 340/350 Series Card (Windows XP) ANY Network by 9Poq16Eo

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									            Ciso Aironet 340/350 Series Card wireless configuration

This guide outlines the steps necessary for configuring the Cisco Aironet 340/350
Series wireless cards for use with the new wireless standards on campus.

There are 3 options to choose from:

Option 1: ANY open access – anyone can use
    SSID – ANY
    No authentication/no encryption

Option 2: OUBASE access – Only OU personnel can use
    SSID – OUBASE
    Access to Exchange and Newmoon
    Optional encryption
    Provides you with the same access you have on the OU intranet

Option 3: OUSEC – Only OU personnel to use when high security is necessary
    SSID – OUSEC
    Authentication required
    Encryption required

Choose the security group you will want to use to determine the instruction set to follow.

Option 1: Cisco Aironet 340/350 Series Card (Windows XP) ANY Network

   STEP 1      Download and install the latest Cisco drivers available for the Cisco Aironet
               340/350 Series Wireless Card at http://www.cisco.com/pcgi-
               bin/Software/WLAN/wlplanner.cgi .

   STEP 2      Reboot system.

   STEP 3      Open the Aironet Client Utility (ACU) from the desktop.

   STEP 4      Click Select Profile and check the radial button for
               Use another application to configure my wireless settings and exit the ACU.

   STEP 5      Verify that the ACU is no longer running in the system tray.

   STEP 6      Select Start, Control Panel, and Network Connections.

   STEP 7      Right-click the correct network connection for your Cisco Aironet 340/350 Card,
               and then select View Available Wireless Networks.

   STEP 8      Select the ANY wireless network and click Connect.

   STEP 9      Select Connect Anyway and wireless access should show Acquiring Network
               Address and after a few seconds show to be Connected.
Option 2 &3: Cisco Aironet 340/350 Series Card (Windows XP)
OUBASE/OUSEC Network
   STEP 1    Download and install the latest Cisco drivers available for the Cisco Aironet
             340/350 Series Wireless Card at http://www.cisco.com/pcgi-
             bin/Software/WLAN/wlplanner.cgi

   STEP 2    Reboot system.

   STEP 3    Open the Aironet Client Utility (ACU) from the desktop.

   STEP 4    Click Select Profile and check the radial button for Use another application to
             configure my wireless settings and exit the ACU.

   STEP 5    Verify that the ACU is no longer running in the system tray.

   STEP 6    Select Start, Control Panel, and Network Connections.

   STEP 7    Right-click the correct network connection for your Cisco Aironet 340/350 Card,
             and then select Properties.

   STEP 8    Select Wireless Networks and click Advanced under the preferred networks
             section. Verify that Automatically connect to non-preferred networks is
             unchecked, then click Close.

   STEP 9    Click Add under the preferred networks section.

   STEP 10   On the Wireless network properties dialog box you will need to enter the
             appropriate data for the following (case sensitive):
                         o Network name (SSID): OUBASE or OUSEC
                         o Network Authentication: WPA
                         o Data encryption: TKIP
   STEP 11   Select the Authentication Tab; make sure that Enable IEEE 802.1x
             authentication is selected, then change EAP type: to Protected EAP (PEAP)
             and that Authenticate as computer when computer information is available
             is unchecked.

   STEP 12   Click Properties for PEAP, check Validate server certificate.
             Uncheck Do not prompt user to authorize new servers or trusted certificate
             authorities. In the Select Authentication Method, select Secured password
             (EAP-MSCHAP v2).
             Select Enable Fast Reconnect.

   STEP 13   Click Configure… for Secured password (EAP-MSCHAP v2), and verify that
             Automatically use my Windows logon name and password (and domain if
             any) is checked.

   STEP 14   Click on the Connection tab and check Connect when this network is in range.
             Click OK on all previous windows and exit out of the Network Connections
             window.

             The system tray should show that the network card is either authenticating or
             acquiring an IP address for a short period of time and finally show connected to
             the network (OUBASE or OUSEC).
             Will prompt for certificate validation click OK

								
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