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services:wireless [2012/04/24 11:11]
Maurizio Zanello [Eduroam]
services:wireless [2015/05/13 11:49] (current)
Maurizio Zanello
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-====== ​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]]