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services:wireless [2012/04/20 19:14]
Maurizio Zanello
services:wireless [2015/05/13 11:49]
Maurizio Zanello
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-====== SISSA Wireless ​Network ​======+====== SISSA Wireless ​network ​======
  
  
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 **SissaWiFi** allows registered users access to the SISSA network and Internet using any WiFi device within the areas where the service is provided.\\ **SissaWiFi** allows registered users access to the SISSA network and Internet using any WiFi device within the areas where the service is provided.\\
  
-SIS has completed a WiFi project that provides the academic community, students, technical/​administrative staff and visitors with a system which permits mobility, easy access and security. ​ Since all wireless communications are coded, users are protected from attempts at intrusion or unauthorized acquisition of personal data.\\+ITCS has completed a WiFi project that provides the academic community, students, technical/​administrative staff and visitors with a system which permits mobility, easy access and security. ​ Since all wireless communications are coded, users are protected from attempts at intrusion or unauthorized acquisition of personal data.\\
  
 SISSA'​s wireless system is up to standard IEEE 802.11 b/g (2,4 GHz - 11 and 54 Mbps) and allows network service access through various types of authentication and policies depending on the user profile.\\ SISSA'​s wireless system is up to standard IEEE 802.11 b/g (2,4 GHz - 11 and 54 Mbps) and allows network service access through various types of authentication and policies depending on the user profile.\\
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 ==== Networks and profiles ==== ==== Networks and profiles ====
 Separate wireless (SSID) networks have been created for different user profiles, in order to handle varying access privileges: Separate wireless (SSID) networks have been created for different user profiles, in order to handle varying access privileges:
-  * **SISSA-Guest** (SISSA short term-visitors - web unencrypted authentication for web access outside SISSA only). ​This profile ​is **not allowed ​to access any SISSA internal network resources** - ex:** printing**, connection to SISSA workstations...+  * **SISSA-Guest** (SISSA short term-visitors - web unencrypted authentication for web access outside SISSA only). ​Using this profile ​you are **<color purple>​NOT ALLOWED ​to access any SISSA internal network resources ​(PRINTING, connection to SISSA workstations...)</​color>​**
   * **SISSA-WiFi** (SISSA students, faculty and long-term visitors, full access to SISSA internal network resources)   * **SISSA-WiFi** (SISSA students, faculty and long-term visitors, full access to SISSA internal network resources)
   * **eduroam** (users belonging to a federated eduroam institution - see below)   * **eduroam** (users belonging to a federated eduroam institution - see below)
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 fine commento */ fine commento */
  
-  * [[:​services:​wifi:​w-xp:​wxp|Windows XP]] **<color purple> -> Windows XP buggy WPA2 support: you need to install wireless network card manufaturer'​s client software in order to access SISSA-WiFi!</​color>​**+  * [[:​services:​wifi:​w-xp:​wxp|Windows XP]]
   * [[:​services:​wifi:​w-7:​w7|Windows 7]] (Vista too)   * [[:​services:​wifi:​w-7:​w7|Windows 7]] (Vista too)
   * [[:​services:​wifi:​mac:​macosx|Mac OS X]]   * [[:​services:​wifi:​mac:​macosx|Mac OS X]]
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 ==== Eduroam ==== ==== Eduroam ====
-[[:​services:​eduroam|{{:​services:​eduroam_logo.gif }}]] +[[:​services:​eduroam|{{:​services:​eduroam_logo.gif ​|Eduroam}}]] 
-Since SISSA is member of the Italian Eduroam Federation, guest users that belong to federated institution can connect to SISSA network using their own credential (username and password). Also SISSA users, when visiting other federated institutions,​ can connect to the hosting ​ network using their own credentials.+Since SISSA is member of the Italian Eduroam Federation, guest users that belong to federated institution can connect to SISSA network using their own credential (username and password). Also SISSA users, when visiting other federated institutions,​ can connect to the hosting ​ network using their own credentials.\\ 
 +Please note: eduroam guest users **<color Maroon > cannot access to SISSA printing services and to SISSA workstation,​ </​color>​** but they can access also SISSA wired network.
  
 Main documentation:​ [[:​services:​eduroam|Eduroam]] Main documentation:​ [[:​services:​eduroam|Eduroam]]