Truman WiFi Now Supports More DevicesAugust 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:
If you have any questions please contact the IT Service Center, in Pickler Memorial Library 203 or phone 660-785-4544.