The club has two wireless access points: one serving the "UCC" SSID and the other serving "UCC Public".

Windows 7

The following process will allow you to connect from a Windows 7 machine. The same or a very similar process will probably hold for other cases.

  1. From the taskbar or control panel, open the Network and Sharing Centre, then click "Manage wireless networks".
  2. "Add" a new wireless network, manually, with name "UCC", with WPA2-Enterprise security and AES encryption.
  3. From the next screen, click change settings. From the security tab:
    1. Click change settings. Ensure:
      1. "Validate server certificate" is unchecked.
      2. Authentication method is EAP-MSCHAP v2.
      3. From the settings button next to authentication method, "use Windows login information" is not checked.
    2. Click "Advanced settings". Ensure:
      1. "Specify authentication method" is checked.
      2. The authentication method is "user authentication". You can save your credentials here if you like.
  4. You should now be able to connect with your normal UCC login name and password.

Other OSs

Probably just works (tm), choose EAP-MSCHAPv2 or similar and your username/password.