Student Wireless Network

Student (Personal Device) Wireless Network

Access to the internet is available for students throughout all TAFE SA campuses. This allows students to bring and use their own devices and gain access to TAFE resources and includes areas such as cafeterias, student common areas (both indoor and outdoor) and the Learning Resource Centres (LRC).

You will need your Student ID Number and password available before connecting to the internet.
Your Student ID Number should contain 9 numbers (e.g. 000052334)

Universal Guidelines

Most wireless devices should be able to automatically connect to the TAFESA-Internet wireless network with the following basic steps.

  1. On your device, go to the wireless networks icon. Locate and select the wireless network called TAFESA-Internet.

  2. When prompted, fill in your username and password.
  • You might be prompted about a certificate when connecting. You must click ‘Allow’.

If your device has issues connecting, use the step by step guides included below. You should also confirm your account is active by logging on to a TAFE SA computer in a LRC or ask Library staff.

Connecting via Proxy

The following TAFE SA Campuses require you to set a proxy server for web access to work:

  • Tea Tree Gully
  • Morphettville
  • Mt Barker
  • Tonsley

Use the guidelines below to learn how to set a proxy server. Remember to remove the proxy settings when no longer using TAFESA-Internet as they are not valid for other networks.

Note: This requires a current student login to the network to connect. TAFE SA ICT Services do not provide support for any privately owned equipment.