DragonFly3 Wireless Network
DragonFly3 is Drexel's preferred wireless network offering the greatest bandwidth and security, fewer restrictions, and the least radio interference. It is available to all students, faculty, and staff with a current university user ID. Use of DragonFly3 requires that your wireless device support the WiFi standards WPA2 (enterprise) and 8021.X user name authentication.
Configuring MacOS X and Windows to Use DragonFly3
You must be on-campus and within range of the DragonFly3 wireless network to connect.
Connect Using Using our Wireless DrexelGuest Network
Connect your wireless device to the DrexelGuest network. Start your web browser and click the link for the DragonFly3 Installation Wizard from the Guest Network page.
If you're on-line and reading this page, use the link below to connect
Connect now using the DragonFly3 Installation Wizard
Apple and Android Mobile Devices
Most Apple iOS and Android mobile devices can easily connect to DragonFly3 simply by selecting the DragonFly3 network and entering your Drexel user id and password when prompted.
If you have trouble connecting your Apple iOS device, you can use the Installation Wizard following the steps outlined below.
DragonFly3 Installation Wizard - Guide for iPhone, iPad, and iPod [PDF]
The DragonFly3 Installation Wizard works with many Linux distributions. However, IRT doesn't offer support for these installations. If the wizard doesn't work for your distribution, you must manually configure. See information below.
DragonFly3 Configuration Parameters - Manual Configuration
For other operating systems and devices, see the DragonFly3 configuration parameters.