Wireless Authentication Project


On June 23, 2013, the Division of Information Technology will be changing the way users connect to our on-campus wireless networks. The wireless network will change from our existing network, FIUSECURE, to our new network, FIU_SECUREWiFi. This new encrypted network will provide easier connectivity by allowing users to remain connected, without having to log-in multiple times throughout the day. Once the new wireless network is chosen, FIU faculty, staff, and students will be able to log-in with their MyAccounts credentials. Users will only have to authenticate once unless their password has changed or expired.

What’s Changing?

Current Wireless Networks

New Wireless Networks

Information on how to connect to the wireless network.

Information on how to connect to the wireless network.  

Instructions for visitors on how to log-on to the FIU_SECUREWiFi network will be provided to here.

Encrypted SSID for Faculty, Staff, and Students

Is an encrypted SSID that allows users to remain connected to their computer or smart phones for all 802.1x supported devices. Faculty, staff, students, and visitors.

You will only need to authenticate once with your MyAccounts credentials, unless your password changes or expires.

Encrypted SSID for Visitors.

Non Encrypted SSID for devices which don’t support 802.1x authentication.

Some of these devices include, Amazon Kindle, Barnes & Noble Nook, PlayStation, Xbox 360, some wireless printers, and more.

In order to have access to this network, users will have to register their devices through MyFIU and click on the “Device Registration” link in the drop-down menu, under the main menu tab available starting June 10th.

What Do I Need to Do?

When we go-live with the new networks on June 23, 2013, users will need to authenticate to the new wireless network. Select FIU_SECUREWiFi as your network and authenticate with your MyAccounts credentials.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Will I still have access to FIUSECURE?
A. No, once we go-live with the new network on June 23, 2013, users will no longer have access to FIUSECURE.

Q. How do I connect to the new wireless network?
A. To connect to the new wireless network select FIU_SECUREWiFi and log-in with your MyAccounts credentials.

Q. Will I have to log-in through Clean Access to connect to FIU_SECUREWiFi?
A. No, the current Clean Access will no longer be available and required to authenticate with the new FIU_SECUREWiFi wireless network. However a new Network Access Control (NAC) agent  is being tested for a future deployment.

Q. What will I have to do with the current Clean Access?
A. You can choose to either uninstall or leave it as is, the Clean Access agent will remain dormant on your computer.

Q. What is my username/password?
A. In order to get access to FIU_SECUREWiFi you will need to log-in with your MyAccounts username/password.

Q. Do I have to authenticate each time I log-on to my computer?
A. No, you will only be prompted once to authenticate unless your MyAccounts password has changed or expired.

Q. If my device is not supported by FIU_SECUREWiFi, where can I register my device to use the FIU_OtherDevices network?
A. To register your device you must go to and select the “Device Registration” link in the drop-down menu, under the main menu tab.

Q. I am an FIU Visitor, how can I connect to the wireless network?
A. In order to connect to FIU_SECUREWiFi, you will need to create a username/password. Once you have created your username/password you will have access to our network for 24hrs.

Who Do I Contact for Support?
In addition to the frequently asked questions on this site, you may contact the UTS Support Center online by using our Online Service Request System, PantherChat, or by calling our UTS Support Center at 305-348-2284.