VMI has high-speed wireless network capabilities on Post to allow users easy access the VMI network and the internet. Wireless technology gives users the freedom to access the internet and network resources without the limitations of being physically connected to the network infrastructure via wires.
VMI offers three separate wireless networks: “VMI-Guest,” “VMI-Sentinel,” and “eduroam". VMI Guest is open to the public and visitors to VMI. VMI-Sentinel is a secure, encrypted network and is limited to VMI faculty, staff, and cadets. You must have valid VMI login credentials to connect to VMI-Sentinel. Eduroam is also a secure and encrypted wireless network requiring your VMI login credentials to access. Eduroam however will allow VMI faculty, staff, and cadets to securely connect to the wireless network at participating institution throughout the country.
Connecting to VMI-Guest
How you connect depends on which operating system your device is running. Open the display of wireless networks that your device is seeing. The wireless network name is case sensitive. VMI Guest network will show up as VMI-Guest. If it is not exactly VMI-Guest, it may not be a VMI wireless network and may not be safe to connect.
Connecting to VMI-Sentinel
VMI-Sentinel is limited to Faculty, Staff, and Cadets only. You will need to have an active domain account to be able to logon to this wireless network.
For all devices: simply click to connect to VMI-Sentinel wireless network, enter your domain credentials as "vmi\username", and click connect.
Connecting to eduroam
eduroam requires an active domain account as well but is accessible on Post or at participating institutions. To connect to eduroam on any device click connect and enter your domain credentials as you would on VMI-Sentinel.