Answered By: Natsu Asakura
Last Updated: Mar 07, 2019     Views: 190

The University of Notre Dame Australia uses an encrypted wireless network, to ensure that all information is protected.

To access the wireless network, you must have an active staff or student username and password. Access to the university Wi-Fi is granted under the same policies as accessing our wired network.

Unfortunately, we are unable to list all available mobile devices for WiFi configuration. If your device is not listed on the AskUs page, please refer to the individual device instructions provided by the manufacturer. 
 

Default information required to access our secure network are:

-          Notre Dame Staff/Student ID

e.g. 32001234 for students or 31001234 for staff

-          Your University account password
This is the same password to log onto a campus computer

 

Network details for windows and apple devices are:

Network Name: UNDA-WiFi

Security Type: WPA2-Enterprise

Encryption Type: AES

 

Network details for Chrome and Android devices are:

SSID: UNDA-WiFi

EAP Method: PEAP

Phase 2 authentication: MSCHAPv2

Server CA Certificate: Default

User Certificate: None Installed

Anonymous Identity: Empty

 

Please kindly contact your IT Service Desk if you require assistance.