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P.O. Box 4, Klong Luang,
Pathumthani 12120, Thailand
Tel: (66 2) 524 6082
Email: helpdesk@ait.ac.th


 Wireless Authentication

SSID: AIT, eduroam (Academic buildings)
SSID: AIT_Resident (Residential buildings)

Up to 2 concurrent logins/account

Notes on eduroam:

1. Add domain @ait.ac.th in username (e.g. example@ait.ac.th)

2. Characters accepted in password: Alphabets (A-Z, a-z), digits (0-9), following special characters: @ $ ^ * ( ) - _ = ! ~ ` . / \ ; : < > ?

3. Ever used the interface https://ait-gmail.ait.asia at least once (to login or change password)

4. For Windows users, manually add eduroam to your wireless networks, then configure it to ignore certification validation and add user authentication mode to connect as follows (using Windows 10 as example):

a. Go to Settings, then choose Network and Sharing Center and click Manually connect to a wireless network, then click Next
b. Choose your wireless adapter from the drop-down menu and click Next
c. From the next screen, enter EDUROAM in the Network Name and choose WPA2-Enterprise in the Security type, leave the value AES in the Encription type. Click Next
d. The addition of the connection should be successful. Click Change Connection Settings
e. From the next screen (EDUROAM Wireless Network Properties), click the tab Security, and leave the values as they are (Security type: WPA2-Enterprise, Encryption type: AES, Choose a network authentication method: Microsoft: Protected EAP (PEAP)). Click Settings button
f. Untick Verify the server's identity by validating the certificate and Click OK
g. Click Advanced Settings, then click tab 802.1x Settings. Now tick the box Specify authentication mode and choose User authentication. Then click Save crendetials to save the username and password you are going to use, click OK
h. Click OK twice and click Close

5. For Android and Linux users, before authentication choose PEAP in the EAP method: and choose MCHAPV2 in the Phase 2 authentication: