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keiomobile2 password authentication method

Android 11/12

This manual is based on Android 11 (moto g8). Some details may differ depending on version, devices and environment.

  1. Tap [Settings].

  2. Tap [Network & internet] - [Wi-Fi].
    Turn Wi-Fi on if it is [Wi-Fi OFF].

  3. Tap [Add network].

  4. In [Add network] window, fill out the network information as following.
    Network SSID: keiomobile2x
    Security: WPA/WPA2-Personal
    Password: welcome!
    [Advanced options] - Hidden network:Yes
    Tap [Save].

  5. Connected to [keiomobile2x], start up the web browser and go to https://wifi-entry.user.keio.ac.jp/index.html.en
    ※You can also access it via QR code.
    “Generate Wi-Fi password for keiomobile2” page shows up, then tap the link “Seccurity Communication RootCA2” to download the certificate.

  6. In [Install CA certificates in Settings] window, tap [Close].

  7. Tap [Settings] - [Security] - [Encryption & credentials].

  8. Tap [Install a certificate] - [Wi-Fi certificate].
    ※Some models may display [WLAN certificate]

  9. Tap the certificate(SCRoot2ca.crt) you downloaded.
    In [Name the certificate] window, enter "Security Communication RootCA2" for [Certificate name:] .
    Tap [OK].

  10. Tap [Network & internet] - [Wi-Fi] - [keiomobile2x].
    On [keiomobile2x] window, tap [Forget].

  11. To connect to keiomobile2, after connecting to [keiomobile2], enter the following setting.
    To connect to eduroam, after connecting to [eduroam], enter the following setting.
    EAP method: PEAP
    Phase2 authentication: MSCHAPV2
    CA certificate: Security Communication RootCA2

  12. Enter [Domain] and [ID] and [Password] and finally, tap [Connect].
    In the keio.jp(Keio ID) case "wrcore2.itc.keio.ac.jp"
    In the ITC account case "wifi-entry.user.keio.ac.jp"
    In the keio.jp (Keio ID) case, enter “Wi-Fi user name” and “Wi-Fi password”.
    In the ITC account case, enter “Your ITC account@user.keio.ac.jp” and “Wi-Fi connection password at ITC account”.

Last-Modified: February 16, 2022

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