If you have difficulty connecting your Mac to CCS Net WiFi, the following steps may assist you in resolving the issue.
Description/Steps for Resolution
If the initial login fails, you may not have a valid IP address.
Step One - Access Network Settings
Open Network Preferences by clicking on the Wi‐Fi (on older
systems: Airport) icon and clicking Open Network Preferences.
Step Two - Verify IP Address
You should see that Airport has a self‐assigned IP address – the address begins with 169 instead of 10.
Step Three - Turn Off WiFi
Click on Turn Wi‐Fi off, then click on the Advanced button.
Step Four - Delete Old CCSNet Profile
Step Five- Create New Profile
Step Six - Enter your credentials
In the provided fields, enter your username and password as described below, then click OK and Apply.
Students should firstname.lastname@example.org their username.
Faculty and staff should enter one of the following after their username, depending on which domain they belong to:
Step Seven - Turn your Wifi On
Click on the WiFi/Airport icon and turn your WiFi back on. Your connection should now be functioning.
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