Connecting a Chromebook or Kindle

Chromebook

Connect to Haverford-Secure:

    1. Select the network icon  in the lower-right corner of your screen.
    2. Select Other Wi-Fi network…
    3. Check the box at the bottom of the screen then select the Connect button:
    4. Configure as follows:
      SSID:  eduroam
      EAP Method:  PEAP
      Phase 2 Authentication:MSCHAPv2
    5. Click Connect and you’re done!

Kindle

Members of the Tri-College community can connect their Kindle Fire to the Haverford-guest network .   Since Haverford-connect cannot automatically configure the Kindle Fire, you’ll need to set up the network manually.

  1. From the main screen on the Kindle click the Gear icon in the upper right corner of the screen.
  2. Tap on the “More…” icon.
  3. Tap on the “Wireless Network” option.
  4. Tap on the “Add a Network” option.
  5. On the page that opens, enter the following information:
    1. Under “Security” choose the WPA2 EAP option.
    2. Under “Network SSID” enter Eduroam
    3. Under “Identity” enter your full e-mail address.  For example, John Smith would enter jsmith@haverford.edu
    4. Under “Password” enter your Haverford password.
  6. Tap on the “Save” icon.

Device Registration for Haverford-Game

Members of the Haverford Community can now register certain streaming video devices, e-books and game consoles for use on the wireless network.

Register Your Device

After you have registered your will be able to connect your device to the HC-Game network with the password: havgame123

Currently IITS supports the use of the following devices on the HC-Game network:

  • Sony PlayStation
  • Nintendo Wii
  • Microsoft Xbox
  • Kindle e-book
  • Nook e-book
  • Roku TV
  • Apple TV (limited functionality)

Please note, the HC-Game network does not support ChromeCast or certain AppleTV functions, including streaming media from computers.

Responsible Use

When you register a device on the network, you become responsible for its use. You are responsible for the legal and policy compliant use of any device registered in your name. Be sure to read the Acceptable Use Policy  if you’re unclear about your responsibilities. Remember, improper use of the Haverford network and copyright violations come with fines and other sanctions and you should be fully aware of these before registering any device.

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