Wi-Fi Articles back Search titles Show titles with any search term. See all topics Troubleshooting Linux Certificate Workaround for eduroam Some Linux operating systems do not automatically accept the certificate for eduroam. CIT does not officially support end-user Linux devices, but we can supply some general guidance as follows... Password Not Accepted User Experience When I try to connect to eduroam, my password is not accepted and the connection fails. I know I'm typing my password correctly. How to Solve this Problem... Problem: Android Users Can't Connect to eduroam There are a number of factors that may prevent you from connecting. Some users of Android OS 7.0, 7.1, and 8.0 who have also installed the eduroam CAT app find that they cannot connect to... Problem: Cannot Connect to Any Cornell Wi-Fi Network Get Support If you are having trouble connecting, try this: Open a web browser and go to www.cornell.edu. If you have never authenticated, this should force you to the captive portal... Problem: Daily Network Registration Emails Only applies to Windows 10 Problem: Wi-Fi Signal Drops or Weakens Repeatedly You may find that, after connecting to Cornell Wi-Fi, your signal weakens or drops out entirely. One cause is if you have something connected to a USB3 port on your device. USB3 uses... SSL Error Connecting to Cornell-Visitor When connecting to the Cornell-Visitor Wi-Fi network, you see an error mentioning “securelogin.arubanetworks.com." Unable to Connect to eduroam at Cornell or Other Participating Institutions (Windows) Troubleshoot your eduroam connection at Cornell or other campuses.