A guide to connecting to AirOrangeGuest Network
This document describes how to connect to AirOrangeGuest wireless access. Parents, alumni, and guests of the university are welcome to use AirOrangeGuest.
Creating a Self-Sponsored Account
- Connect to the AirOrangeGuest network.
- The self sponsor web page (shown below) should automatically appear. If it does not open up a browser and it should be redirected to the self sponsor web page (shown below).
- Review the information noting the expiration date and time. Your cell should receive a text containing the code within a few minutes. When it does click to continue.
- Enter your 10 digit cell phone # and the passcode sent to your phone and click the login button.
- The system will display a login message below before redirecting your browser to the SU web site. You will have wireless access for 1 week.
Creating a Sponsored AirOrangeGuest Account
- Go to http://guest.syr.edu (you can do this from a wired or wireless connection) and login using your NetID and Password. (click any image to enlarge)
- Click on Create New Guest Account button in the middle of the screen to access the Wireless Guest Account Creation page.
- Enter the requested information. Fields marked with an asterick * are required.
Guests 10-digit Phone Number: NOTE: Do not use any special characters in a phone number (only numbers).
Note the password provided
Enter any pertinent note information in the field provided.
- Click on Create. The web page will display account information and offer opportunities to print or transmit this information via a text message (SMS) or email. Use this to transmit account credentials to the sponsored individual.
Sponsored Account User Instructions
Instruct the sponsored account user to connect to AirOrangeGuest as their wireless network and then open a browser. The browser should automatically open to the https://guest.syr.edu login page.
Instruct the user to login using the 10 digit phone number as the login name and the password assigned during the creation process.
They should now be able to access the internet using the AirOrangeGuest network.