Wireless Setup for Mac OS X 10.3.x
- Mac OS X 10.3.x (Panther)
- Airport 3.4
- Airport Extreme card (802.11g)
- To check your system requirements, go under the Apple menu and
choose About This Mac
- A box will pop up showing the Mac OS version running on your
- To check your Airport software version, click the
More Info button,
which will open the System Profile window (as shown below). Click
section in the left hand pane of this window. In the right hand
pane, scroll down until you see AppleAirPort, the version numbers should
be 3.4 or better (if you have run Software update recently, you
should be up to date).
- To find out your Ethernet Address, click the
Network section in
the left hand pane and highlight the Airport section in the right pane. The
Ethernet Address should be displayed as shown below.
- Once you have your wireless account info, click the
Airport menu and
choose Open Internet
- Once the Internet
Connect window is open, choose 802.1x
- If this option is not on the tool bar, choose
New 802.1x Connection
from the file menu.
- In the 802.1x window, click the Configuration pop up menu and choose
- Fill out the information for your wireless account; your SSID
goes in the Wireless
Network section. Also de-select all protocols
except PEAP in the Authentication section.
- Once you are back at the 802.1x window, you should be able to
hit the Connect
- The first time you connect, you may see a sheet pop down asking
you to accept a certificate. If this happens, click
Accept All and it
will go away forever. Once you have connected once, it should
connect automatically in the future. You do not have to keep
Internet Connect running.