Information Technology Services
What is COMPASS?
COMPASS is a Wireless Network available for students. "COMPASS" was created on Armstrong's campus to make it easier than ever to connect to a convenient and secure wireless network. This network uses WPA2-PSK (WPA2-Personal) security for encryption of network traffic. When prompted for the network's key or passphrase, enter:
After connecting to this network, open your web browser to enter your Pirates' Cove/Port of Armstrong user name and password on the login page. Using the "COMPASS" wireless network provides an easier and convenient way to connect to a secure wireless network.
What do I need on my laptop to access the campus wireless signal?
Wireless usage on Armstrong's campus requires at least Windows XP Service Pack 2 or Mac OS 10.4. Your Pirates' Cove/ Port of Armstrong username and password information is also needed.
FACULTY & STAFF: To access AASU_FACULTY_WLAN, computers with Windows XP/Vista/7 require the SecureW2 TTLS client.
Do I need to install a client to use COMPASS?
No. To access the internet only, you can use the "COMPASS" connection that does not require a client install.
Where is the campus wireless signal available?
Aquatic Recreation Center
Liberty Center, Hinesville Campus
Memorial College Center
Student Recreation Center
Can I connect my Blackberry ® or iPod/iPhone ® to the internet?
You can connect to the "COMPASS" network with your Blackberry ® or iPod/iPhone ® . When prompted for the network's key or passphrase, enter:
After connecting to this network, open your web browser to enter your Pirates' Cove/Port of Armstrong user name and password on the login page.