Some slight differences in appearance may be evident between firmware versions.
- If (and only if) you have previously installed the "GT Login" from the App Store (which was useful before we had GTwifi available), you will first need to uninstall this application and then navigate to "Settings" -> "General" -> "Reset" -> "Reset Network Settings". You should then restart your device before continuing.
- Get to the Home screen on your iOS device. Find and tap on "Settings".
- Once in "Settings", look at the very top for "Wi-Fi" and tap on it.
- Very Important Note: If you have previously configured your device for "GTother" or "GTwpa", click each SSID and then select "Forget this network". You should reboot/restart the device after forgetting all previously configured networks.
- GTwifi should be an available network. Tap on it.
Next, it will ask you to enter your GT Account credentials. This is
the same login information you enter for Buzzport, My GaTech and other
Georgia Tech websites.
- After entering your GT Account credentials, it will ask you to accept the security
certificate (as shown to the right.) You can view more details about the certificate if
you would like by tapping "More Details". Click "Accept" to continue.
- After accepting the certificate, you should now be connected to GTwifi.
- Launch Safari on your device test the connection.