You have an iPhone and you are wondering how you can connect it to the NUS Wifi network for faster surfing. The are 2 SSIDs that appears when you turn on Wifi on your iPad. NUS and NUSOPEN.
NUSOPEN is ‘not so secure’ and slower, so most staff and students do not want to use it. They would prefer to connect to NUS. But NUS uses PEAP protocol. So connecting to it is not so simple. If you want to connect to the NUS Network using the NUS SSID, here are the instructions.
You would first need to download this file. (Filename: NUSWifi.mobileconfig, you can view it using any text editor to see the contents, to prove that it’s not anything malicious)
To get the file into your iPhone, the easiest way is to email it to yourself.
When you open your email, tap on the file and it will prompt you for installation.
When you tap on “Install”, the following pop up appears.
Tap on “Install Now”.
When prompted to enter username, enter your NUSNET ID.
(you do not need the NUSSTU or NUSSTF)
Update Aug 2010: You might now need to add in NUSSTU\NUSNETID or NUSSTF\NUSNETID
Next, enter your NUSNET password.
(the password is saved on your iPhone and not sent anywhere)
It will save the info you entered into your iPhone and the profile is installed.
Tap on Done.
Turn on your Wi-Fi.
A prompt appears and it asks if you want to accept the certificate.
I wonder why the certificate’s CA is not verified. You might want to ask Computer Centre.
(Probably to save cost, they are using cheapo certs!)