1. CU-Wireless for MAC OS
  2. CU-Wireless for Windows 10 / 11
  3. CU-Wireless for Linux
  4. Connect to eduroam

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 MAC OS

  1. In the top right hand corner of the desktop make sure that the Wi-Fi is turned ON
    WiFi icon
  2. Click on the Wi-Fi icon.
    it should display all of the Wireless networks that your MAC can detect.
    Wi-Fi Networks
  3. Click on the CU-Wireless option.
    This should open up the login box.
  4. Enter your MyCarletonOne username and password.
  5. Make sure that the 802.1X is set to automatic.
  6. Click the ‘Remember this network’ option.
  7. Click OK.

If your username and password is correct, it should then connect you to the CU-Wireless.

CU-Wireless for Windows 10 / 11

  1. Turn on your wireless device.
  2. Search for CU-Wireless.
  3. Click connect.
  4. Enter your MyCarletonOne username and password.
  5. Click connect.

CU-Wireless for Linux

  1. Open the system menu from the right side of the top bar.
  2. Select Wi-Fi Not Connected. …
  3. Click Select Network.
  4. Click the name of the network you want, then click Connect. …
  5. Enter the password when prompted and click Connect.
    • if you are having issues, set EAP method to LEAP if available

Connect to eduroam

  1. Select eduroam from the list of available Wi-Fi networks.
  2. When asked for a userid and password enter:
    1. Your MyCarletonOneusername@cunet.carleton.ca
    2. Your MyCarleton One password