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

Select the WiFi symbol at the top right hand corner of the screen, and then select Open Network Preferences.


Step Two - Verify IP Address

Verify there is a self
assigned IP address the address begins with 169 instead of 10. 


Step Three - Turn Off WiFi

Select TURN WIFI OFF, then Select ADVANCED



Step Four - Delete Old CCSNet Profile

Select CCS Net so it is highlighted, then select the minus sign () to remove CCS Net.

Step Five- Create New Profile

Select the plus sign (+) to create a new profile.


Step Six – Enter the Settings Information

Enter in the following information into the respective fields.

Network name: CCS Net

Security: WPA/WPA 2 Enterprise

Step Seven - Enter your credentials
Enter your CCS network credentials in the username and password fields.

Students should add after their username.

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



Step Eight - Turn your Wifi On
Select the WiFi/Airport icon to turn on your WiFi back on.



Keywords: CCSNet, WiFi, Mac, OSX, Troubleshooting, IP Address