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The attributes of the RMIT wireless networks are as follows:

 

SSID: RMIT-University

  • Security: WI-FI Protected Access (WPA2-Enterprise)
  • Encryption: AES
  • Authentication Type: 802.1x
  • Authentication Method : PEAP/MSCHAP V2 (Win) & EAP/TTLS (Mac)
  • Inner Authentication: PAP

 

SSID: RMIT-Support

  • Security: When authenticated, SSL-VPN
  • Encryption: AES128/SHA1
  • Authentication Type: SSL V3 and TLS V1 128 bit

 

Wireless driver settings

RMIT recommends wireless drivers on mobile devices/laptops are regularly updated. The minimum driver settings are:

  • 802.11n Channel 2.4: Auto
  • 802.11n 5.2: Auto
  • 802.11n: Enabled
  • Roaming Aggressiveness: Highest
  • Transmit Power: Medium
  • Wireless Mode: 802.11 a/g

 

Note: Information Technology Services (ITS) has no control over the wireless devices (hardware and software) being used to connect to the RMIT wireless network. This means ITS cannot guarantee wireless network connectivity. Similarly, a wireless connection is no substitute for the bandwidth, reliability, security and availability of the RMIT network.

 

Further information

Please contact the Service and Support Centre if you have any queries.

Comments
Occasional Visitor

and what to do when you change your RMIT password?

New Visitor

yes please. what happens when you change your password? thank you

Moderator

Hi @kevinpriestley and @jk1113,

 

When you change your RMIT password, you'll also have to update this in any personal devices that may be using it to connect to the network (laptop; tablet; phone, etc).


Some devices will prompt asking for the new password once it detects what it's remebering is incorrect. For most, you'll need to forget the network from the device and simply connect again using your updated credentials.

 

Hope this helps you out!

 

Regards,
Adam