Georgia Tech Wi-Fi User Settings Require Change on April 19
Beginning this Thursday, April 19 at 5:00 a.m., users of Georgia Tech’s Wi-Fi service will need to reconfigure their network connections if they’re using GTwifi or eduroam to connect to Wi-Fi on campus. This is because of a certificate change in which a new certificate will replace the current certificate associated with “gtwpa.lawn.gatech.edu,” which expires April 24. To reconnect to Tech’s Wi-Fi service, users will need to reconfigure their wireless access on their devices.
While users can reconfigure their Wi-Fi access to connect to GTwifi, GTwifi will be decommissioned this summer. As such, the Local Area Walkup/Wireless Network (LAWN) team is encouraging everyone to take this opportunity to switch to eduroam when reconfiguring their devices.
For instructions on reconnecting to Wi-Fi service using eduroam or GTwifi, go to the LAWN site and follow the instructions for reconnecting to one of these Wi-Fi services.
For connecting to eduroam: lawn.gatech.edu/help/eduroam/
For connecting to GTwifi: lawn.gatech.edu/help/gtwifi/
If you are experiencing issues with your Wi-Fi service, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.