Audience: Faculty, Staff, Students and Guest on Franklin University on Campus accessing the campus WiFi networks.
Disclaimer: The results and functionality of the following article only apply to audience listed above.
Franklin Secure WiFi Access for Faculty and Staff
The FranklinSecure WiFi network is a secure WiFi network for the Faculty, Staff, Adjucnts, and Students of Franklin University. Urbana University Faculty and Staff can also access this network while on Franklin campus.
Faculty and Staff using their Franklin University issued computer will automatically authenticate on this network (when not plugged into their docking station). Then, Faculty and Staff will have access to:
- Your printers
This will bypass the need to use “Inside VPN” when on Franklin’s campus.
Login: Use your BlueQuill login information for Franklin or Urbana Universities. Login works for up to 5 devices per username and password.
Troubleshooting: If your username and password have been typed incorrectly, or if your username and password have been recently changed, you may be unable to connect. To troubleshoot, please have your device forget the network and try connecting again with your current username and password.
If you are connecting with an Android device and asked for an Identity and Anonymous Identity, leave the Anonymous Identity field blank.
Android Users: During authentication, if given a field for Phase 2 authentication, choose the MSCHAPV2 option.
Alternative WiFi Access Option for Franklin Users
If you are having trouble using the FranklinSecure WiFi network, students and adjuncts can also use the Franklin WiFi network as an alternate connection method.
1. Find the "Franklin" WiFi network using your laptop or mobile device.
2. Open a browser to prompt log in.
3. Then enter your BlueQuill credentials. Make sure to accept the terms of agreement or you will not be able to log in.
Troubleshooting: same as Franklin Secure WiFi instructions above.
Guest WiFi Access
More information about guest accounts can be found here: Click Here