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Connecting to utexas Wi-Fi

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Article Number : KB0010997
Published on : 2020-12-14
Last modified : 2020-12-14 21:36:43
Knowledge Base : IT Public Self Help

Wi-Fi Network Certificate Change - July 2020

  • A new Wi-Fi network certificate was deployed on July 14, 2020.
  • Users returning to campus will be required to accept the new certificate on their device before they can access utexas.
  • More information can be found in KB0018284.


Connect to utexas Wi-Fi Network

Current students, faculty, staff, and official visitors have access to the wireless network on campus (SSID: utexas). 

To connect to utexas, your device must support WPA2 and 802.1x authentication (aka. "WPA2 Enterprise").

Most modern operating systems (Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, iOS) are able to automatically detect the settings to connect to the network. Bring up the list of Wi-Fi networks on your device, select utexas, and log in using your UT EID when prompted.

If your device is unable to detect the settings, you may need to manually add the network. The configuration parameters are:

  • SSID: utexas
  • Encryption: WPA2-Enterprise
  • EAP method: PEAP or TTLS
  • EAP Phase 2 authentication: MSCHAPv2
  • Domain:
  • Outer/Anonymous Identity: "anonymous"
  • Identity: Your UT EID
  • Password: Your UT EID Password

If you experience trouble connecting to utexas wireless or if a configuration is not available for your device, contact the UT Service Desk.


Applications that require publicly accessible IP addresses:

Due to the large number of devices on the wireless network, connected devices are not assigned publicly accessible IP addresses.


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