Wifi & Internet

Computer Services Center(CSC) at IIT Delhi has released a high-speed Wifi solution. The details to setup Wifi on your devices are given below.
You can track usage for all the connected devices at www.track.iitd.ac.in
Please note that each user is permitted at most 8 distinct devices he can use on the IITD Wifi system in any 90 days period.
For more details visit: IITD Campus Wifi
In case of any problem related to Wifi, you can report at sysadm@cc.iitd.ac.in

SHA1 Fingerprint:
88:f6:de:a8:a3:b1:72:1c:3f:d3:47:f2:38:d3:08:17:d2:58:67:e5
MD5 Fingerprint:
b0:2a:b7:2c:7a:27:08:a8:62:f0:a4:c6:d4:4a:25:d5
  • Windows
    • → Click on Networks icon on the taskbar > Select Wi-Fi > Select the desired IITD WiFi you want to connect (IITD_WIFI or IITD_Secure_GUEST or eduroam)
    • → In case of IITD_WIFI or IITD_Secure_GUEST, enter your kerberos ID as username and kerberos password as password. In case of eduroam, enter your official IITD email (e.g.- ee1234567@iitd.ac.in) as username and kerberos password as password.
    • → You should be connected. This connection, however, might be unsafe, so it recommended to install IITD CA Certificate from CSC Website.
    • → For more details, refer to the instructions here
  • Android
    • → Go to Settings > Wi-Fi > Select the desired IITD WiFi you want to connect (IITD_WIFI or IITD_Secure_GUEST)
    • → Enter the fields as described below:
      • EAP Method: PEAP
      • Phase 2 authentication: MsCHAPv2
      • CA certificate/client certificate: None (for the time being)
      • Identity: your kerberos ID
      • Anonymous Identity: anonymous
      • Password: your kerberos password
    • → You should be connected. This connection, however, might be unsafe, so it recommended to install IITD CA Certificate from CSC Website.
  • macOS
    • → Click on the IITD Wifi you want to connect (IITD_WIFI or IITD_Secure_GUEST or eduroam).
    • → In case of IITD_WIFI or IITD_Secure_GUEST, enter your kerberos ID as username and kerberos password as password. In case of eduroam, enter your official IITD email (e.g.- ee1234567@iitd.ac.in) as username and kerberos password as password.
    • → Again click on Wi-Fi sign and click on open network preferences
    • → Then choose Wi-Fi and select network name to which you want to connect
    • → Click on advanced > Proxies > Tick automatic proxy configuration and add the URL: http://www.cc.iitd.ernet.in/cgi-bin/proxy.’category’, where 'category' should be one of the following: btech, diit, dual, faculty, integrated, irdstaff, mba, mdes, msc, msr, mtech, pgdip, phd, retfaculty, staff, visitor (for temporary accounts), student (for visiting students) and guest (for short-term visitors).
    • → Select OK and you should be connected. This connection, however, might be unsafe, so it recommended to install IITD CA Certificate from CSC Website.
    • → For more details, refer to the instructions here
  • iOS and iPadOS
    • → Go to Wi-Fi settings and select IITD_WIFI or IITD_Secure_GUEST or eduroam from the list of networks available.
    • → In case of IITD_WIFI or IITD_Secure_GUEST, enter your kerberos ID as username and kerberos password as password. In case of eduroam, enter your official IITD email (e.g.- ee1234567@iitd.ac.in) as username and kerberos password as password.
    • → Click on ‘i’ button in front of the Wifi name.
    • → At the bottom, change the 'HTTP proxy' from off to Auto.
    • → Add the URL: http://www.cc.iitd.ernet.in/cgi-bin/proxy.’category’, where 'category' should be one of the following: btech, diit, dual, faculty, integrated, irdstaff, mba, mdes, msc, msr, mtech, pgdip, phd, retfaculty, staff, visitor (for temporary accounts), student (for visiting students) and guest (for short-term visitors).
    • → You should be connected. This connection, however, might be unsafe, so it recommended to install IITD CA Certificate from CSC Website.
    • → For more details, refer to the instructions here