1. CU-Wireless for iPhone
  2. Eduroam for iPhone
  3. CU-Wireless for Android
  4. Eduroam for Android

There are two services available at Carleton: CU-Wireless and eduroam.  Wireless at Carleton is free for students, faculty and staff.

Wireless is currently available in key locations across campus. All you need is a laptop or portable device with a Wi-Fi compatible network interface card and a MyCarletonOne account.

CU-Wireless for iPhone

  1. Go to Settings => WiFi
  2. Select CU-Wireless
  3. When prompted enter MyCarletonOne username and password
  4. Click Save or OK to add this network to your list

Note: iOS users may get a prompt displaying “invalid certificates” the first time they access CU wifi, despite the certificates being valid. This should only happen once and accepting them is ok.

Eduroam for iPhone

  1. Go to Settings => WiFi
  2. Select eduroam
  3. When prompted enter MyCarletonOne username followed by @cunet.carleton.ca (eg. JaneDoe@cunet.carleton.ca) and password
  4. Click Save or OK to add this network to your list

CU-Wireless for Android

  1. Go to Settings => Wireless & Network Settings =>Wi-Fi
  2. Select CU-Wireless
  3. Choose one of the following sets of options (depending on the version of Android):
    • Phase 2 Authentication: MSCHAPV2
    • Identity: MyCarletonOne username
    • Password: Password
    Or
    • CA certificate: Do not validate
    • Identity: MyCarletonOne username
    • Password: Password
  4. Click Connect to add this network to your list

Eduroam for Android

  1. Go to Settings => Wireless & Network Settings =>Wi-Fi
  2. Select eduroam
  3. Choose one of the following sets of options (depending on the version of Android):
    • Phase 2 Authentication: MSCHAPV2
    • Identity: MyCarletonOne username followed by @cunet.carleton.ca (eg. JaneDoe@cunet.carleton.ca)
    • Password: Password
    Or
    • CA certificate: Do not validate
    • Identity: MyCarletonOne username followed by @cunet.carleton.ca (eg. JaneDoe@cunet.carleton.ca)
    • Password: Password
  4. Click Connect to add this network to your list

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