The “unitn-x” wireless network (announced via SSID “unitn-x”) is available in all University facilities, in the protocols 02.11b/g (2.4GHz); in some facilities through the protocols 802.11a (5GHz) and in a few facilities with the the protocol 802.11n (with better performance).
The authentication goes through the 802.1x protocol. The credentials transit on the network in a secure way (TLS). The data traffic is encrypted (WPA or WPA2).
Autoconfiguration tool for unitn-x and eduroam wifi networks: Download
The unitn-x network is designed for massive wireless data use, it provides better performance and more security compared with the unitn network. The unitn-x network provides more services and protocols then the eduroam network.
Configuration parameters (if you don't use the self-installation tool):
- Access: firstname.lastname@example.org (or email@example.com)
- Authentication: 802.1x/PEAP - MsCHAPv2
- Security: WPA o WPA2
Connected devices are given a private IP address of the network 10.23.0.0/16. In some facilities the IP address is in the same class of the cabled network of the user.
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