Truman WiFi Now Supports More Devices

Truman WiFi Now Supports More Devices

Truman WiFi Now Supports More Devices

August 13, 2019

Do you have any of the following home network devices:  Gaming systems, Streaming, Smart Speakers, Smart TVs, etc.? If so, most of these devices will not work on the TrumanSecureWireless (WPA2-Enterprise) WiFi network. However these devices can connect to our new TrumanDevices (WPA-PSK or WPA-Home) WiFi network.

The TrumanDevices network uses WPA-PSK or WPA-Home security which is used in home wireless networks and is widely supported on many non-computer, non-smart phone home WiFi devices (like game consoles, wireless printers, smart speakers etc).

To use the TrumanDevices network you need to register your device, then you will receive a personal password you can use to connect your device to the TrumanDevices network.  To start the registration process go to:

http://its.truman.edu/docs/trumandevices-wireless-network/

If you have any questions please contact the IT Service Center, in Pickler Library 109 or phone 660-785-4544.

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