This mainly concerns members of Insanity who don’t have access to CampusNet, but anyone is free to use it.

Setting up this network is a little bit complicated, but Insanity needs to ensure that its network is practically airtight from hackers and the like. Guests are encouraged to use “1032-guest” – the password for which is available in the office.

To access the secure Insanity Radio Wi-Fi network, check out the two parts below:

Apple Devices

For OS X 10.6 and iOS 3.0+

Click here to download the Wi-Fi profile. This is a crucial step, as you will be unable to connect to the Wi-Fi without it.

If on a Mac, double click the file to open it.

Click “Install” and, if asked, enter your device password. Click Next/Install until you are prompted for your username.

Enter, as you would to access anything else, [email protected] Press next and enter your password. Finally, click Next/Install. Done!


Click “+” from the Networks window in Settings. (See here for a guide). Enter the following details:

  • SSID: 1032
  • Security: 802.1x EAP
  • EAP method: TTLS
  • Phase-2 authentication: PAP
  • CA certificate: (leave blank)
  • Identity (both): [email protected]
  • Password: your password

Press “Save” and you’ll connect to the Wi-Fi.

Windows (8+)

This isn’t supported on Windows XP, Vista, and 7, due to security limitations in its Wi-Fi support. Use the guest Wi-Fi instead.

  1. Right click on your taskbar. Click Open Network and Sharing Centre
  2. Browse Set up a new connection or network
  3. Click Manually connect to a wireless network then click Next.
  4. Enter:
    1. Network name: 1032
    2. Encryption type: AES
    3. Security Type: WPA2-Enterprise
    4. Check Connect even if the network is not broadcasting
  5. Click Next. Then click Change connection settings
  6. Open the Security tab
  7. Click Choose a network authentication method and select EAP-TTLS
  8. Click Settings next to that dropdown box
  9. Ensure Unencrypted password (PAP) is configured for Select a non-EAP method for authentication
  10. Click Ok. Windows should prompt you to enter your username and password. Use “[email protected]”.