Salisbury University provides wireless access to
students, faculty and staff to facilitate the spread of
and support for wireless networking technologies. Our
wireless network follows the 802.11
allowing a maximum theoretical data transfer rate of
To get connected to our network, you will need a
wireless network card or adapter.
Please follow the following instructions to connect to
SU's wireless network:
- SU-Secure is the new
WPA2 Encrypted wireless network and the preferred
network for Students and mobile devices.
Please attempt to connect to SU-Secure
before proceeding with additional steps.
- If you cannot connect to
SU-Secure, connect to the
SU-Connect network, and an automated
assistance process will aid you in setting your
device up for access to the SU-Secure network.
- Detailed setup
instructions for this SU-Secure are below in case
SU-Connect is not sufficient:
*NOTE* If you are
missing the "Thawte Root CA" certificate referenced
in the guides above, you can download and install it
here (Right-click the file and "Save As",
unzip the file then run the certificate
on your local computer) -->
Primary Root CA
- All game consoles, DVD
players, or televisions which require network
connectivity should be connected via wired Ethernet
if possible. These devices can be connected to
SU-Open, though significant latency
may be expected.
If your laptop does not have a
wireless adapter, you can purchase a PCMCIA or USB
Current Wireless Access
Locations as of August 2012:
- All Academic and
- All Residence Halls.
- University Park.