Wittenberg Campus Wireless
How to connect your devices to the Campus Wireless network, from notebooks to gaming consoles.
- Witt-Secure: Wireless for Student, Faculty and Staff
- Witt-Guest: Guest Wireless for PCs, Macintoshes and Mobile Devices
- witt-air: Wireless for Gaming systems, SmartTVs, Chromecasts and AppleTV
- Not supported or recommended: Wireless Printers and Smart Home devices (e.g. Amazon Echo, Google Home)
Witt-Secure: Wireless for Student, Faculty and Staff
NOTE: This is not for TVs and Gaming Devices, see the witt-air section for that
- Make sure that the Wireless is enabled on your desktop, notebook or mobile device
- Select Witt-Secure
- When prompted for a username and password enter in your Campus Username and Campus Password
- NOTE: A dialog box may appear saying that the server cannot be validated, or there is a certificate error. This is a false positive, the connection is still secure. Simply click Continue to connect.
Witt-Guest: Guest Wireless for PCs, Macintoshes and Mobile Devices
If you are a Student, Faculty or Staff member it is recommended that you use Witt-Secure as appropriate and to NOT use Witt-Guest.
- Make sure that the Wireless is enabled on your desktop, notebook or Mobile Device
- Select Witt-Guest
- If your web browser does not open automatically, open your web browser. Then fill out the information requested and click Submit.
- Witt-Guest will only allow connections for 3-days, after which you will have to re-register for a connection to Witt-Guest
witt-air: Wireless for Gaming systems, SmartTVs, Chromecasts and AppleTV
Witt-Air is intended for use by gaming devices (e.g. Sony Playstations, XBox etc.) as well as SmartTVs, Chromecasts and AppleTVs. Notebooks and Mobile Devices should not be used on witt-air.
- Go to the network settings on the device
- Identify your MAC (Multipurpose Access Controller) Address for the wireless connection
This should be a 12 digit value, e.g. 001122334455
- On another device, go to
Note: there is an underscore between "self" and "registration"
- Accept the certificate if prompted
- Log in using your Campus username and Password
- Accept the Acceptable Usage Policy
- Select Add
- Enter the wireless MAC address and a description of the device
- Log out
- At the device, connect to a wireless connection and enter in:
Note: witt-air should be all lower case characters.
- If the connection does not work, please contact the Solution Center
Not supported or recommended: Wireless Printers or Smart Home devices
Since the network at Wittenberg University is not a home or personal network, it does not support smart home devices or other devices meant for home or personal networks.
This document last reviewed August 20th, 2019