Wireless

SCC faculty, staff, and students can connect to our network using a smartphone, tablet, or laptop.

The name of the SCC Wi-Fi network is LRCCD.

 


Connecting to the Wireless Network

General Instructions

Steps to connect to the network for internet access.

  1. Open your Network and Sharing Center, or, if you have a MAC, open the Network
    Preferences to view  available Wi-Fi Networks.  Click connect to LRCCD Wi-Fi.
  2. You will be prompted to enter Username and password.
  3. Next, you will be asked to accept the certificate on your device.

Employees

Each employee of the Los Rios Community College District has a unique login comprised of a username and password. The username is W+Employee ID. The password is the one associated with that username. This is the same password you use to access your Outlook Account.

SCC wi-fi map

Click for a wi-fi hot spot map of the campus [PDF]


Wireless Options


Wireless Printing

Wireless printing is delivered through our Wireless GoPrint Stations found in instructional computer labs.

A connector app may be required if you plan on printing from an iPhone or Android device such as The Breezy app (application fees and data access fees may apply).

Printing from laptops can be done by going to the Wireless GoPrint Station web page, selecting the printer location and uploading your file.

Related Links:
SCC Wireless GoPrint Stations
Davis Center

Creating Guest Wi-Fi Accounts

The SCC Guest Wi-Fi network provides Internet access for community members (non-Los Rios employees or students).

An SCC employee must create a guest account before access is granted to the SCC Guest Wi-Fi. A single account can be used for one or more users, or by a single user with multiple devices. Access to the Guest Wi-Fi network is granted for 48 hours, but can be renewed in increments of 48 hours.

Please follow these steps:

  1. SCC Employee: Guest account creation site (Instructions)
  2. Community members: How to Access Guest Network

Requirements

  • Faculty or Staff member of the Los Rios Community College District
  • Registered student at any of the colleges in the Los Rios Community District
  • Wireless Network Card
  • Your LRCCD domain username and password.

Security

Wireless traffic over the LRCCD wireless network is protected using Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA2).  WPA2 doesn’t guarantee that your sensitive data is protected.  You should keep your system protected with a personal firewall and antivirus software.

Acceptable Use

The Los Rios Community College District offers the wireless network to students, faculty and staff. Please adhere to all District policies related to computer use when utilizing this service. The policies and regulation are outlined in section 7800. More information can be found at www.losrios.edu/legal/Regulations/R-7000/R-7811.pdf.


Troubleshooting & FAQ

Connected to LRCCD but Cannot Get on the Web

You may be able to logon the LRCCD network, get an IP address but still cannot access the internet. The likely cause of the issue is an entry in the DNS settings.

To correct this issue, please click on the wireless icon (bottom right, next to clock).

Next click on Open Network and Sharing Center.

Wireless access screen capture

Next click on change adapter settings.

Change adapter settings screen capture

Click on the wireless network connection.

Wireless connection settings

Click on Properties.

Wireless connection status screen capture

Highlight Internet Protocol Version 4 and click on Properties.

Internet protocol screen capture

If there is an entry in “use the following DNS server addresses”, please clear it and make sure it obtain DNS server address automatically. Click OK and you should be able to connect to the internet.

Internet protocol properties screen capture

Also check the Advanced section. There may be an entry here as well. If there is please remove it.

Advanced DNS settings for wireless connection

Download these DNS instructions for Windows.

Download the DNS instructions for Mac.

Android and Linux settings for LRCCD

Connecting to Linux is the same as connecting to Android.

EAP Method: PEAP

Phase 2 authentication: MSCHAPV2

CA Certificate: unspecified

Identify: W ID

Password: The password is the one associated with the W-ID#.