Frequently Asked Question

TBC1 and TBC2.4Ghz Wireless
Last Updated 2 years ago

Here at TBC we have two wireless networks available for students.  These are TBC1 and TBC2.4Ghz.  There is also TBC_Guest but this is purposely slowed down to prevent high data usage by guests that might inhibit TBC's users. It's only meant to be used to let you access documents on how to access TBC1 and TBC2.4Ghz.

TBC1 and TBC2.4Ghz wireless on the other hand are fast and support more users with less slow-down of the system.  Wireless traffic is fully encrypted between your computer and the Access Point, this allows for safe signal transfer on our network.  This does not mean your information cannot be accessed in different ways, it just means that anything you do is encrypted between your computer and our Access Point.

TBC1 relies on your InsideTrinity(Moodle) username and password.  Please see directions below to accessing TBC1 or TBC2.4Ghz on different devices.

Note: If you can see TBC1 that means your device can connect over the faster 5Ghz wifi band range and we recommend connecting to TBC1.  If you cannot see TBC1 but can see TBC2.4Ghz then you will connect to that one as your device can only connect to the 2.4Ghz wifi.

Windows (will be updated in the futre to accomodate TBC2.4Ghz):
  1. Download the TBC1 wireless profile installer
  2. Run the installer, give it a few minutes.  It will pop open a few command line windows before completing
  3. Connect to the TBC1 wireless using your TBC username and password
    1. If it asks to confirm Chewbacca or TBC-DC02 Select Yes
    2. If it asks to setup sharing, Select No


  1. Connect to TBC1 or TBC2.4Ghz Wireless
  2. Enter your TBC Username and Password
  3. It will ask to confirm a self-signed certificate from Chewbacca or TBC-DC02.  Accept this.


  1. Select TBC1 or TBC2.4 Ghz from your wireless list
  2. Enter TBC Username and Password
  3. If asked to confirm certificate from Chewbacca or TBC-DC02 - accept


  1. Select TBC1 or TBC2.4Ghz from your wireless list
  2. Set EAP method to PEAP
  3. Set Phase2 authentication to MSCHAPv2
  4. CA Certificate (if asked) - Do Not Authenticate
  5. Use your TBC Credentials
    Identity: username
    Password: password

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