Wireless Access - Chromebook

Southeast offers high-speed wireless connectivity to most residence halls, offices, and academic buildings on-campus. Computers with modern wireless adapters can connect to Southeast's network via SoutheastResNet and SoutheastSecure.

NOTE: While these steps should work in most cases, there are occasionally Chromebooks that will require extra assistance in order to connect. If you follow the steps listed, and receive an error message, are unable to connect, or a step doesn't work as described, contact the IT Help Desk for Assistance.



Step 1: Click the network icon in the lower right corner of your screen.

Step 2: Select your network status from the menu that appears.

Step 3: Select SoutheastSecure or SoutheastResnet

Step 4: Enter the following information:

EAP Method: PEAP
Phase 2 authentication: MSCHAPv2
Server CA certificate: Do not Validate
User Certificate: None installed.
Identity: [YOUR SE-KEY ex: jksmith1s]
Anonymous Identity: Leave blank
Check Save identity and password
Do not check Share this network with other users
Click Connect.

Step 5. Open Chrome and go to splat.semo.edu.

Step 6. Enter your SE Key and Password.

Step 7: Read the Usage Policies and click I Accept at the bottom of the page

Step 8. Restart the device.

Step 9. Once restarted, the computer should be able to connect to the Internet via SoutheastResNet or SoutheastSecure from anywhere on-campus; to test this, try visiting a site like https://google.com/ or any other non-university site.

Additional Notes

Users only have to visit http://splat.semo.edu/ once to register the device--if it is registered while on SoutheastSecure, the device will simultaneously be registered on SoutheastResNet.






Article ID: 986
Tue 11/2/21 8:35 AM
Fri 8/4/23 11:23 AM

Related Services / Offerings (1)

How to connect, Southeast Secure, guest network, Southeast ResNet, Game Net.