Campus Wireless Network  (Quick Guide)
  • Campus Wireless Network - NCKU Computer and Network Center
  • Detailed instructions:Please refer to  (Chinese Only).
  • Faculty:
    1. NCKU-WLAN: Please input the NCKU personal email account applied via Computer and Network Center (the username before and password.
    2. NCKU-WLAN-802.1x: Please input the account name and password of NCKU Portal to access.
    Students: Please input the account name and password of NCKU Portal to access.
  • Faculty and students of the university:Please use the center-verified email account to perform the authentication.
  • NCKU alumni:NCKU Campus Wireless Network Service for Alumni
  • The roamers of other schools:Please use your own school-verified account authentication.
  • The list of roaming schools and their instructions:
  • Others without the above accounts:Allowed to browse NCKU homepage only.Please apply iTaiwan ID/PW and set up your wireless network access, when you open the web browser, you will be automatically directed to the iTaiwan or NCKU-iTaiwan website. Enter the authorization code received, your password, and e-mail address.
Proxy Server Setting
  • Off-campus Access OR
  • NCKU authorized users:Enter User ID and Password to login the server. (The User ID and Password are the ones you use for renewal.)
  • General Public:For accessing the electronic resources provided by NCKU Library, please go to the  Electronic Resources Area on first floor. (Getting a seating card at Reference Desk before using the facilities required.)
Windows 7 / VISTA
  • Start → Control Panel → Network and Internet → Network and Sharing Center
  • Click on “Local Area Connection” → “Local Area Connection Status” appears → Click on “Properties”
  • Highlight “Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)” → Click on “Properties”
  • IP address: Mark “DHCP”
  • DNS: Mark “Auto DNS” or Enter DNS server address “” or “”
Windows XP
  • Start > Settings > Control Panel > Network Connection
  • Highlight Local Area Connection, press the right button of the mouse, and select Properties
  • Highlight Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) > Click Properties
  • IP address:Mark DHCP
  • DNS:Mark Auto DNS or Enter DNS server address,
Mac (MacBook Pro as example)
  • Desktop (or Toolbar) → Click on “System Preferences”
  • Click on “Network” in “Internet & Network” → Click on “Ethernet” → Click on “Advanced…”
  • Select “TCP/IP” in “Advanced…”
  • Select “Using DHCP” in “Configure IPv4”
  • Enter two DNS server addresses “” and “” in “DNS Servers”
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