How to register To register, you have to send your MAC address to [email protected] This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need Java Script enabled to view it using your official IIUM email account. Kindly download the installation files at download the file and run the files.
After rebooting, you will be ask to enter your credential.
Enter you login as your email account and your password.
The minimum system requirements for the mobile user PC are: System hardware: PC or notebook support wireless Wireless LAN IEEE 802.11b/g Adapter (Wi-Fi compatible)-PCMCIA, USB or built in (Centrino, etc).
Handheld, Pocket PC, Palm support wireless System Software: Microsoft Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7, 8 Applie Macintosh Linux Disabled wireless network adapters. Insufficient credentials for authentication or missing permissions for authorization Distance, interference, or obstructions between wireless devices Windows Vista wifi security was designed with two type of WPA which are personnel and enterprise.
While the other operating system just simply WPA only.
The AP are located at: Wireless Local Area Network WLAN, specifically those supported by the popular 802.11 standards family such as 802.11a, 802.11b, and 802.11g. A Wireless LAN is a type of local area network that uses high Radio Frequency (RF) waves rather than network cable to communicate between noted.
The IIUM Campus Wide Wireless Network maximum can operate at 54Mbps with IEEE 802.11a or IEEE 802.11g standard. This means it depends on how many users are connected to the wireless access point.
If there are many people connected to the wireless access point, the slower the connection will become.
Besides that, the encryption transmission (WPA) will also affect the wireless speed, but this is important for wireless security purpose.
Most administration, academic offices and also mahallah is already equipped with the AP.
The service officially launched on 23rd March 2009 at Al-Malik Faisal Hall (2.30 pm). About the CFS Wireless Internet Service There are 53 access points available throoughout the campus.