Student Wireless Connection process
Below are links to step by step instructions for various operating systems:
To connect to the new BYOD wireless network, there are several steps to follow depending on the operating system and version on your device. These steps involve; firstly setting up a secure connection to our wireless network and secondly authenticating yourself with our internet firewall.
If you have tried to connect to any of the other school networks and those connections are saved on your device then you will need to delete them.
The quick details are that the BHS_BYOD network is the most secure wireless network and will work well for all devices. You will however have to tell Android and ChromeOS to use TTLS for its EAP method (top option box) and leave the “Anonymous identity” option blank and tell ChromeOS not to check the server CA certificate and Share the network with other users.
There can sometimes be a problem with Microsoft clients so for Microsoft Windows and some troublesome android devicess you can still need to use a less but still reasonably secure method with a common shared wireless key. This network is called “BHS_Student_Shared” and uses the password “studentlogin2014”.