The following screenshots/instructions were written for Ubuntu 14.04, but should require little or no modification for any Linux computer which uses Network Manager.
Collecting your token
To connect to ChemNet you will need your ChemNet credentials (crsid and ChemNet token). You can get your token from https://apps.ch.cam.ac.uk/ssms/collectchemnet if you know your Raven password and are registered in the department database.
Connecting to ChemNet
- From the System Tray, click Network Manager.
- Click Edit Connections:
- In the Network Connections window, click Add:
- From the Choose a Connection Type window, select Wi-Fi and click Create:
- In the Editing ChemNet window, in the Wi-Fi tab, enter the following credentials:
- Connection Name: ChemNet
- SSID: ChemNet
- Select the Wi-Fi Security tab and set the following values:
- Security: WPA & WPA2 Enterprise
- Authentication: Protected EAP (PEAP)
- Anonymous identity: @ch.cam.ac.uk (please note: not @cam.ac.uk)
- CA Certificate: (see below)
- PEAP version: Automatic
- Inner authentication: MSCHAPv2
- Username: CRSID@ch.cam.ac.uk (please note: not CRSID@cam.ac.uk)
- Password: the token you collected from https://apps.ch.cam.ac.uk/ssms/collectchemnet
- Click on CA Certificate and browse to /etc/ssl/certs
- Select AddTrust_External_Root.pem
- Select the IPv6 Settings tab.
- From Method, select Ignore.
- Click Save.
- From the System Tray, click Network Manager
- Select the ChemNet SSID, which will now connect.