Things to know:
- Every device needs to connect to the internet using your username and password. You can find your username and password in the Lionstripe Dashboard by following these steps.
- You should have recieved an email giving you access to the Lionstripe Dashboard.
- Once you have your credentials, you can use the same password to access the internet from all your devices.
How to add your Android Phone to the internet
Note: Your screen may look slightly different than the screenshots below as the UI vary across devices. Regardless, the options are still the same.
Step 1: On Android device go to Settings > Wi-Fi > Find the Residents network. You should see the name of your building, followed by a dash and the word Residents like this: [PROPERTY]-Residents.
Step 2: Under EAP method > Select TTLS
Step 3: Under Phase 2 authentication > Select MSCHAPv2
Step 4: Under CA Certificate > Select Do Not Validate
NOTE: If you do not see the "Do not Validate" option, that means your phone requires you to download our Wi-Fi certificate, please see this article on How to download the Wi-Fi certificate. Once you download the certificate, you'll have to start from Step 1 again. Important: You will now be prompted to add a domain: radius.lionstripe.com.
Step 5: Under Identity > Enter your username (found in the Lionstripe Dashboard)
Step 6: Under Anonymous ID > Leave blank
Step 7: Under Password > Enter your password (found in the Lionstripe Dashboard)
Step 8: Tap Connect.
All done! Please save your password for future reference. You will use the same username and password on all of your devices.