Summary

CCSNet is our college WiFi network, accessible to students and staff.  These instructions detail how to connect to this network from a PC running Windows 10.


If are unable to connect to CCSNet using this process, attempt to resolve any issues using the Knowledge Base article "Resolving WiFi Issues in Mac OS X."  If those steps do not resolve your issue, please contact the IT Support Center.


Need help determining your Mac model or serial number?  Visit the Apple support page here.


Need help determining which version of macOS your device is running?  Visit the Apple support page here.


Description/Steps for Resolution

Step One - Log in to your Mac

When you first login to your Mac, you will be presented with a dialog box labeled None of your preferred networks are available.


Step Two - Select your network

Highlight CCS Net, place a check in the Remember this network box.


Step Three - Enter your credentials

Enter your CCS network username and password in the respective boxes.

network dialog box displaying fields for username, password, and 802.1X network settings


Students should add @bigfoot.spokane.edu after their username.

Faculty and staff should enter one of the following after their username, depending on which domain they belong to:

@ccs.spokane.edu

@scc.spokane.edu
@sfcc.spokane.edu


Step Four - Choose network settings

From the 802.1X drop-down menu, select Automatic.


network dialog box displaying fields for username, password, and 802.1X network settings


Step Five - Choose network settings (continued)

You should be presented with the 802.1X Authentication screen. Click on Continue.


Step Six - Re-enter your credentials

Enter your CCS User Name and Password for this service, again. Use the same format that you did in Step Three above.


Step Seven - Verify your connection

Your Wi‐Fi (on older systems: Airport) indicator should display black – indicating you are connected.


Keywords: CCSNet, WiFi, Mac, OSX