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Configuring Windows Mac OS X (10.1.x) for DHCP/Wireless
Make sure that your AirPort card or external PC card is installed properly per the manufacturer's instructions. In the case of an external PC card for a non-AirPort capable Mac OS laptop, make sure that the PC card is firmly inserted into the PC card slot. Special Note: If you are using a card in a non-AirPort capable laptop, refer to the manufacturer's driver instructions for installation and configuration, as this documentation refers only to computers that are AirPort-capable. Mac OS X includes the drivers that are necessary to use AirPort for network connectivity. All that need be done is select an active wireless network and make sure Network settings are correct for the wireless network. Select a wireless network: 1. Using either the AirPort Menu or the Internet Connect application, you can select a wireless network that is in range. If AirPort is off, you will need to select "Turn Airport On" before you can proceed. AirPort Menu:
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2. Select the wireless network from the list of available networks. 3. Next, choose System Preferences from the Apple menu. Once the application is started, select Network. Click on the TCP/IP tab, and you should see the following selections. Your screen may look slightly different.

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4. Make sure that the Show: menu is set to AirPort, and that the Configure menu in the TCP/IP tab is set to Using DHCP. If AirPort doesn't appear in the Show menu, choose Active Network Ports and activate Airport. Then choose Airport from the Show menu.

5. Click the Apply Now button at the bottom of the panel to save the changes you just made and quit the System Preferences application. Register your computer for an Etherent or Wireless Connection: 1. Open a web browser, and go to to the CU homepage (www.colorado.edu). You will be forwarded to the CU hardware registration page.

2. At the registration page, you need to enter in your CU ID and PIN OR your username and Identikey password. Do not enter both. 3. Once you have entered your registration information and clicked Submit, you should be met with a page that begins with "Success!" Reboot your computer and you will be registered to use the ITS wireless networks on campus.
(revised: 06/20/03)

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