How to Connect to the TMU Wireless Network
To access the TMU Wireless network, you need:
- A my.torontomu account
- A wireless ready laptop, a tablet, or mobile device
To provide more secure and convenient access to Toronto Metropolitan University's (TMU) Wireless network, CCS has implemented Wi-Fi Protected Access, version 2 (WPA2) as a wireless access method across campus named TMU.
If you are currently using a personal laptop or other wireless enabled device, we strongly recommend that you begin using TMU to access Toronto Metropolitan University's Wireless network.
Where departments provide laptops or other wireless devices that are shared by more than one person, converting to WPA2 will require additional work. The stored credentials from the previous user must be removed from the laptop before re-issuing it to the next person.
How to Connect
Under most circumstances, your wireless enabled device should already be configured to the appropriate settings. Open your wireless manager and select TMU. Input in your my.torontomu username and password and you will be connected to TMU.
Configuring Your TMU Wireless Connection
If you have trouble connecting, select your operating system from the list below to view the configuration instructions.
Ubuntu (Click here to download the Ubuntu certificate)
Still Unable to Connect to TMU?
If, after following the above instructions, your laptop or mobile device is unable to connect to the TMU wireless network, or you know your device does not support WPA2 security, or for any other wireless support inquiries please email email@example.com for assistance.