Configuring GTwifi on Mac OS X 10.6 & 10.7
This will explain how to configure Mac OS X 10.6 & 10.7 (Snow Leopard & Lion). This example is assuming you are running Mac OS X 10.6 or 10.7 with a working AirPort card installed and turned on.
Do not select the GTwifi SSID from the Airport icon drop down list to set up the GTwifi wireless network. We have found that this creates an unreliable connection. Some devices running OSX appear to have an issue negotiating wireless connections unless you specifically configure the encryption protocol to be WPA2 Enterprise (AES) only. Follow the instructions below when connecting to GTwifi for a more reliable experience.
If you have never configured your device for GTwifi, skip to Step 7. If you have previously configured your device for GTwpa (or GTwifi), follow Steps 1 thru 6 to clear out its current configuration. The first part of these instructions assume you are deleting GTwpa. Make adjustments if you are attempting to clear an older GTwpa configuration or a newer GTwifi configuration.
If you are still having trouble please refer to the proper troubleshooting guide below.