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Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)
Revised: 11/3/17

Note: As of 1/1/18 Sussex Central High School will be the only IRSD school officially piloting the BYOD program, as such their school-specific policy is included in the "BYOD Policy" link.

Technology Support Services provides a "Bring Your Own Device" service for IRSD staff and students. Please note the instructions below are the extent of support we offer the end-user at this time. Technology Support Services reserves the right to revoke access at any time on devices that are deemed security risks or for users that do not comply with the "BYOD Policy". Outside contactors and visitors can obtain the passcode for the "IRSD-GUEST" network from building administration and should not attempt to use the other available WIFI networks. Please to NOT use "IRSD-WLAN" for personal devices.

To Connect to IRSD-BYOD-Webauth (Prefferred)
  1. Use your device to connect to the "IRSD-BYOD-Webauth" wifi network.
  2. You will be prompted to "Sign in" on a web browser page. This is device specific, if you do not receive a message, open up an internet browser and it should appear.
  3. Use your school sign-in credentials to log in (Example: john.doe / thisIsMyPassword). You do NOT need the "@irsd.k12.de.us" suffix.

To Connect to IRSD-BYOD (Alternate)

  1. The connection to IRSD-BYOD is device specific and settings may vary. To login, you will still use yours school sign in credentials (Example: john.doe / thisIsMyPassword). You do NOT need the "@irsd.k12.de.us" suffix.
  2. For Android and Chromebooks you may need to set the following settings:
    EAP Method: PEAP
    Phase 2 Authentication: MSCHAPV2
    CA Certificate: Do not validate
    Identity: Your username (Example: john.doe)
    Anonymous Identity: Leave Blank
    Password: Your school password
  3. For Apple Devices you may need the following settings:
    Username: Your username (Example: john.doe)
    Password: Your school password
    You may then be prompted to "Trust" a certificate