How to configure Tikona Wi-Fi profile on Windows 7

Connecting Windows computer/laptop to Tikona CPE wirelessly is easy. All you need to do is follow the steps below to create a Wi-Fi profile-

Step 1 – Go to ‘Control panel’ > ‘Network and Sharing Center’ and click on ‘Set up a new connection or network’. A pop window will open as shown below.


Step 2 – Select ‘Manually connect to a wireless network’


Step 3 - Enter the following details on the next pane

Network name: tikonawifi
Security type: WPA2-Enterprise
Encryption type: AES
Check the option connect even if network is not broadcasting
and click next

Step 4- You will get a popup window with the message ‘ Successfully added Tikona Wi-Fi’. Click ‘Change connection settings’


Step 5 - Click on ‘Security Tab’ and enter the following details

Select Security type: WPA2-Enterprise
Encryption type: AES
Choose a network authentication method: Microsoft:Protected EAP(PEAP)
Click on ‘Settings’


Step 6 - In the settings window, select Authentication Method: Secured password ( EAP-MSCHAP v2) and click configure

Uncheck ‘Automatically use my windows logon name and password (and domain if any)’


Step 7 – Click on ‘Ok’ and once on the previous window click on ‘Advanced settings’


In ‘Advanced Settings’, check ‘Specify Authentication mode’ and select ‘User authentication’


Save these credentials by clicking on ‘Save credentials’

Step 8 - In ‘Advanced settings’ click on next tab ’802.11 settings’, uncheck everything and click ‘Ok’


Step 9 - Now close all the windows and click on ‘Wireless’ icon in the taskbar. Under available wireless network, it will show ‘tikonawifi’. CLick on ‘tikonawifi’ and click ‘Connect’.


Step 10 – Now open your browser and type any URL you want to visit. It will redirect to ‘Tikona Login Page’. Enter your login credentials and you will be connected to Internet.

If you need any further assistance, feel free to reach us on our toll free number 1800 209 4276.

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