- Root and Intermediate Certificates
- How do I configure Windows to connect to the EECS-Secure network using the built-in wireless configuration?
- How do I configure Mac OS X to connect to the EECS-Secure network?
EECS-Secure is an 802.1x encrypted wireless network. It utilizes WPA2-Enterprise security, with AES encryption and PEAP-MSCHAPv2 authentication; access is granted based on your EECS Windows account credentials. As with other EECS networks, your machine must be registered before using the EECS-Secure wireless network.
These settings should be used to connect to EECS-Secure:
- Wireless Security: WPA2 Enterprise, AES encryption
- EAP Method: PEAP
- Key Type: Automatic
- Phase2 Type: MSCHAPV2
- Domain: eecs.berkeley.edu
- Identity: Your EECS username
- Password: Your EECS Active Directory (Windows) Password
- Privacy (Android): Use device MAC
- Private Address (iOS): Disabled
During the connection process, your wireless client may indicate that the server certificate for EECS-Secure is presented by clearpass.EECS.Berkeley.EDU and issued by InCommon Certification Authority (2048).
Some systems may need to install the root and intermediate certificates from our new SSL certificate authority. These certificates can be downloaded from here:
Server certificate: clearpass_eecs_berkeley_edu_cert.cer
Root and intermediate certificates: clearpass_eecs_berkeley_edu_interm.cer
Full certificate chain: clearpass_eecs_berkeley_edu.cer