1. Tap Settings.
2. Tap Wi-Fi.
3. Tap the button to turn on Wi-Fi.
4. Tap TAFENSW in the list of available Wi-Fi networks.
Then tap Connect to network in the pop up.
5. If you see a pop up window for the following:
6. Scroll down to Identity and type your TAFE NSW username in the following format:
7. Anonymous Identity should be left blank.
Type your TAFE NSW password
8. Scroll down.
Tap Show advanced options.
Note: If your particular Android operating system does not show an "advanced options" feature, you will not be able to join the TAFENSW Wi-Fi.
9. Set IP settings to DHCP.
Note: If you need to change this setting, this may affect your ability to connect to other networks you have configured previously.
10. Under the Proxy option,
tap Manual then type:
as Proxy host name
as Proxy port
11. Tap Save (or Connect)
12. You should now be connected to the TAFENSW Wi-Fi.
13. To test this has worked
The results of the search should load and display correctly.
Still not working?
Try the More Help box on this page. Library staff can also help you to follow the instructions.
If you have followed our instructions but you still cannot connect to the Wi-Fi, try one or more of these:
Forget the network
This may help if the Wi-Fi connection is still not working after following the instructions for your device, or when you have changed your password.
Now try to rejoin the network from scratch.
Network quality error message
Some Samsung phones will display this message:
"Ready to connect when network quality improves" when attempting to connect to Wi-Fi.
To remove the message:
Still not working? Try our Support and FAQ.
NOTE: Due to the many variations in Android operating systems, it is not possible to provide complete connection instructions for each specific device. These instructions will give you the basic steps.
If your particular Android operating system does not show an "advanced options" feature at step 8, you will not be able to join TAFE NSW Wi-Fi.