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DragonFly Wireless Network

Please note: Only connect to DragonFly if your device does not support the security standards necessary to connect to DragonFly3. DragonFly3, the University's preferred wireless network available to students, faculty, and staff with a current University User ID requires that your wireless device support the WiFi standards WPA2 (enterprise) and 802.1X user name authentication.

Overview

Some Wi-Fi game consoles and cell phones cannot work with the security needed to access DragonFly3. Only connect to DragonFly if your device does not support the security standards necessary to connect to DragonFly3. DragonFly3, the University's preferred wireless network available to students, faculty, and staff with a current University User ID requires that your wireless device support the WiFi standards WPA2 (enterprise) and 802.1X user name authentication.

How to Connect

Step One: Register Your Device

If you are connecting to Dragonfly you will need a WEP encryption key

Register your wireless device.

Write down the DragonFly WEP key that you're given; you'll need this when completing the instructions for your operating system on this page.

register your wireless device

Step Two: Enable WEP Encryption

To enable WEP encryption to connect to Dragonfly, see the instructions for your operating system:

Need Help?

Bring your laptop or wireless device to the Korman Center Help Desk.