- Unifi access points
- Unifi - Android
- Unifi - Intel ProSet Wireless
- Unifi - iOS 9
- Unifi - Mac OSX 10.11
- Unifi - Mac OSX 10.7 and 10.8
- Unifi - Ubuntu Linux
- Unifi - Windows Vista
- Unifi - Windows 7
- Unifi - Windows 8
- Unifi - Windows 10
- Unifi - Chrome OS
- Unifi - Windows Phone 8
- Updating a saved Unifi password in Mac OSX 10.7 and 10.8
- Updating a saved Unifi password in Mac OSX 10.11
NOTE: These instructions describe connecting your Macbook to Unifi for the first time. If you have connected before, you may not be prompted to complete Step Four.
Open the Wi-Fi menu. This is located in the upper right corner of the screen.
Select "Open Network Preferences..."
Expand the "Network Name" drop down menu box, and select Unifi from the list of wireless networks available.
NOTE: If you see no wireless networks, either the "Wi-Fi" has not been switched on, or you are not within range of a Unifi access point.
You will be prompted to input your Username and Password.
NOTE: The Username is your 8 digit student/staff number and the Password is your associated Pheme password.
Leave "Mode" set to Automatic and select "Join" when you are ready to continue.
You may be prompted to Verify the Certificate when authenticating to the Unifi network
Please select "Show Certificate".
In the lower pane of this window, expand the "Trust" section by selecting the arrow next to it.
Ensure all the Trust settings are set to "Always Trust", as shown below.
Press "Continue" when you are ready to proceed
NOTE: You may be prompted to authenticate this step, by entering the Macbook's administrator password.
You are done!
After a few moments, the Wi-Fi will report that it is Connected, denoted with a green light.