Which devices cannot connect to TrumanSecureWireless?

 

The list of devices that are supported on the TrumanSecureWireless network is continually growing. A device must support WPA2-Enterprise with PEAP/MSCHAPv2 in order to be able to connect to TrumanSecureWireless. The list below contains some popular devices that DO NOT work on the TrumanSecureWireless network.

To find out if your device can connect to the TrumanSecureWireless network, you can lookup its WiFi certificate on the WiFi Alliance (http://wi-fi.org) product page:

https://www.wi-fi.org/product-finder

Once you’ve found the device you’re looking for, click on its certificate to find out whether or not WPA2-Enterprise is supported.

Devices that DO NOT support WPA2-Enterprise

Amazon Echo
Google Home
Xbox One X and previous Xbox models
Playstation 4 and previous Playstation models
Sony PSP
Nintendo Wii, DS, DSi and 3DS
Kindle Wi-Fi or Wi-Fi + 3G
Apple TV 1st and 2nd Generation
Nook v1.5
Chromecast
Roku HD/XD/XDS Streaming Player
TiVo Wireless Network Adapter