Chromebook How to Connect to WiFi: Step-by-Step Guide

Do you own a Chromebook and need to connect to a new network? If so, you’ve come to the right place. In this tutorial, we’ll show you exactly how to change or add a network connection on your Chromebook in just a few simple steps.

To get started, look for the clock icon located at the bottom right corner of your taskbar. Left-click on it, and then select the setting gear icon. From there, select the settings on the left side and make sure it’s set to network. The first thing that comes up should say network and then what type of network it is here. If you click on it, it says our current network ethernet based connection. If you want to add a connection, you can click the little box underneath of that, and then you click on the little plus arrow in a circle under that.

At this point, you’d enter in your server host name as well as the provider types. You click drop down here you would either have an L2TP with either a pre-shared key or user certificate key, and then a username password OTP. Then, you would enter in the credential and certificate information there.

If you did have other networks that were showing up here, you’d probably be able to select them. Otherwise, you can go ahead and add the connection like we just showed. It’s a pretty straightforward process that we hope was able to help you out.

In conclusion, if you follow these steps, you should have no problem connecting your Chromebook to a new network. We hope this tutorial was helpful to you, and we look forward to catching you all in the next one. Goodbye!