When wireless connection is enabled for a device, you can change between wired and Wi-Fi connection on the touch interface. To use the Wi-Fi, disconnect the Ethernet cable first.

You can connect to Wi-Fi if your network uses one of these supported authentication types:

  • Open

  • WPA-PSK (AES)

  • WPA2-PSK (AES)

  • WPA-EAP-PEAP MSCHAPv2

  • WPA-EAP-PEAP GTC

  • WPA-EAP-TLS

  • WPA-EAP-TTLS

  • WPA-EAP-FAST

The wireless network must show at least three bars on the screen, for the connection to be sufficiently stable. You can't join networks that require sign-in through a landing page.

The system only remembers one network at a time. If you change between different networks, you have to type in the passphrase again.

1

Tap the device name on the home screen, and then tap Settings.

2

Scroll to Network and service and tap Network Connection.

On the next screen, tap Wi-Fi . If Wi-Fi is off, tap the toggle to turn it on.

3

Select the Wi-Fi you want to connect to. If the network is hidden, tap Join other network or the gear icon in the upper right corner. You can then set up the Wi-Fi manually.

4

Type in the username and passphrase as required. Tap Connect.

5

When you're finished, tap the left arrow icon to go back to the Settings screen, and then tap the Close button.