Windows XP has a wireless networking configuration tool that should allow use of our service with just the additional VPN client software. Your wireless network adaptor vendor may recommend using their own configuration tool instead, in which case you must configure that appropriately, following the the generic parameters.
After a brief pause, you should see the window change to say the following, at which point you can click the close button in the top right hand corner. You may also see a confirmation balloon above the wireless icon in your tray.
Load the Cisco VPN client software and connect to OUCS using your Remote Access username and password.
If you are having difficulty connecting to the VPN server, you should check
that Windows has configured your wireless network correctly. Right click on
Wireless Network Connection icon in your system tray at the
bottom right of your screen. Select
[Status] from the popup list.
[Support] tab and you should see something similar to the
following. The numbers may be slighly different, but the important thing is
IP Address: begins with the numbers
172.17. If it does not, then click the
button to obtain a new IP address.
[Wireless Networks] tab, and unless your client adaptor
vendor advises otherwise, make sure the
Use Windows to configure my
wireless network option is ticked. If this option was not ticked, then
select it and click
OK, then repeat the last two steps. The
window should look similar to the following: