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 ====== Wifi Authentication with alternative Password ====== ====== Wifi Authentication with alternative Password ======
  
-If you wish to protect your login credentials by not entering them into potentially insecure devices, you have the opportunity to use an alternative password for wifi authentication. You can activate this feature by using our [[https://nic1.bit.uni-bonn.de/|User Portal]]. It will be immediately available after activation or changes.+If you wish to protect your login credentials by not entering them into potentially insecure devices, you have the opportunity to use an alternative password for wifi authentication. You can activate this feature by using our [[https://nic1.bit.uni-bonn.de/|User Portal]] (only available from inside the internal network or via VPN). It will be immediately available after activation or changes.
  
 This alternative password is only valid for the wifi service at the computer science dept. or the b-it. It cannot be used for other Services. If lost or compromised it can be changed immediately without affecting your main credentials. This alternative password is only valid for the wifi service at the computer science dept. or the b-it. It cannot be used for other Services. If lost or compromised it can be changed immediately without affecting your main credentials.
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 Please be advised that you need to change the domain of your username while using the alternative password: Please be advised that you need to change the domain of your username while using the alternative password:
  
-[username]@wlan.informatik.uni-bonn.de +[username]@**wlan**.informatik.uni-bonn.de 
  
 Just replace [username] with your personal username. Just replace [username] with your personal username.