The vast majority of current laptops and mobile devices have built in WiFi support. Plug-in adapters that support 802.11b/g/n are available for older laptops and can be purchased at most office or electronics stores. Your device must support the WPA2 Enterprise authentication standard that the "lehigh" wireless network uses. This standard allows LTS to limit network access only to people with Lehigh computing accounts.
Below you will find the basic standards/settings that your computer/device must support in order to connect to the wireless network at Lehigh.
Lehigh does provide limited support for a variety of operating systems and a variety of devices, and detailed configuration instructions can be found below. If you do not see your operating system listed, try to configure your device using the settings listed below. If you need further assistance please contact the Help Desk (EWFM Library, Rm 400) at 610.758.HELP(4357).
Basic Configuration Settings
|Phase 2 Auth:||MSCHAPv2||Phase 2 Auth:||NONE|
|TCP/IP:||IPv4 using DHCP
NOTE: You MUST use DHCP otherwise you will not be assigned a Lehigh IP address and therefore unable to connect to the Internet. Some operating systems require you to disable the IPv6 protocol entirely.
|Description:||This is an open-network and does not require log-in. However, it is intended for guest-use only and bandwidth is heavily throttled resulting in significantly slower speeds.
This network is only available in parts of Alumni Memorial Building, EWFM Library and Computing Center, Career Services (RBC), and University Center.
|Username:||your Lehigh ID (ex: abc123)|
|Password:||your Lehigh password|
NOTE: Some multi-media devices do not have the ability to connect to enterprise, authenticated wireless networks. Examples of these devices include Apple TV, Chromec and Xbox among others. Consult manufacturer technical support or your product manual for more information.
Available Step-by-Step Configuration Instructions
Click on any of the icons below to view detailed configuration instructions for the corresponding operating system.
It is not possible to connect a wireless printer to Lehigh's wireless network. Lehigh's network requires you to "log on" using your 4 or 6 character Lehigh user ID (xxx0 or xxx123) and password. Currently, wireless printers do not have the ability to supply these credentials. As a result, they cannot connect to Lehigh's wireless network. Students with wireless-capable printers should use a standard USB cable to connect the printer to their computer or USB hub.