How do I connect to the Bucknell Guest Wireless Network?

If you are a guest on campus, you can connect your computer, tablet, or smartphone to the wireless network called bucknell_guests. Note: This network will not work for Bucknell faculty, staff, or students, because many campus resources are blocked from this network. Locate the wireless setting on your device. Click on bucknell_guests. Click on Connect. […]

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Which network should I use for my device?

Student, Faculty, and Staff Device Wired network bucknell.edu wireless bucknell_iot wireless Desktop Computer ✔ ✔ Laptop Computer ✔ ✔ Smartphone & Tablet ✔ Gaming & Media ✔ Wired Ethernet: If your desktop or laptop computer has an ethernet jack and you have an ethernet cable, plug one end of the cable into the jack on […]

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Why am I being asked about a certificate when connecting to the wireless network?

A new security certificate has been activated for the “bucknell.edu” wireless network.  The root CA has been pushed out to all domain-managed Windows boxes.  Users of non-domain Windows boxes as well as other operating systems, including some mobile devices, may be prompted to accept the new certificate when they reconnect connect to “bucknell.edu”. See the following […]

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How do I use eduroam?

Eduroam is a service that allows you to use your Bucknell credentials to connect to wireless networks at other colleges and universities. eduroam (education roaming) is a secured WiFi network service that allows students, faculty and staff to use their home institution’s WiFi credentials to access WiFi network services, when visiting other eduroam participating institutions—without […]

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