Connecting Android to Wireless

Cole Library, the Thomas Commons, College Hall, West Science, and Law Hall are equipped with wireless networking services. This service is available to any Cornell student or employee. There are two separate wireless networks. CornellGuest is an unsecured, unencrypted wireless network for guests, PDA's, cell phones, and other devices. CornellWireless is a secure, encrypted connection for Windows XP, OS X, or Linux.


Wireless network access/restrictions:

Once connected to the wireless network all standard resources such as email, networked applications, and Internet browsing are available. The WirelessGuest network does not have access to most network resources. Please check back here periodically to see updated information regarding the wireless network.


Connecting to CornellWireless With Android

  1. Select Settings and then Wireless & Networks.
  2. Select CornellWireless.
  3. Log in using your Cornell login information. If necessary, use these options:
EAP method: PEAP
Phase 2 authentication: MSCHAPV2
CA Certificate: (unspecified)
User Certificate: (unspecified)
Identity: (Cornell username)
Anonymous Identity: (leave blank)
Password: your regular Cornell password



If you have any questions about connecting to the wireless network, please contact the Information Technology Help Desk at extension 4357 or submit a Work Order Request and our staff will assist you as soon as possible.