- FSC_Secure.....For Windows, Macs, iOS and Android devices
- FSC_WiFi..........For Gaming, Streaming or similar wifi devices
- Difference between FSC_Secure and FSC_WiFi
FSC_Secure - For Windows, Macs, iOS and Android devices:
- When you select FSC_Secure, will have to enter your Farmingdale username/password in the WPA2-Enterprise prompt.
- When your password expires, you will need to update your device with the new password.
- For Android (phone/tablet) and iOS (iPhone/iPad) settings, follow the steps in the FSC_Secure handout.
FSC_WiFi - For Gaming, Smart or similar wifi capable devices:
- When you connect to FSC_WiFi, you will be prompted with a login page... https://www.farmingdale.edu/wifi
- Click on the link that says "Gaming Devices"
- Review Farmingdale's 'Acceptable Use Policy' and click in the box to agree to the Policy
- Enter the device's MAC address
- Click 'Complete Registration'
Difference Between FSC_Secure and FSC_WiFi
Is for any devices that can authenticate via WPA2-Enterprise. This would be for Windows, Macs, iOS, Android and other devices. It is more secure as it individually encrypts each session.
* You will have to re-connect to the wireless every 120 days or when you change your
Open WiFi network (no network level encryption). It requires associating your MAC address to a username. That username/MAC association is then stored for 120 days. FSC_WiFi is all encompassing and is for those that cannot or do not want to connect to FSC_Secure.
* You will have to re-connect to the wireless every 120 days.
If you still having difficulty registering on the wireless, please email firstname.lastname@example.org the below information:
1) Error message you're getting
2) Full Name
3) Ram ID#
4) Farmingdale Username
5) Make and model of the device
6) MAC address of the device