Security Certificate Installation Instructions (one time process per device)
On the device go to securly.com/ssl
Tap the icon that represents the OS of the device.
Watch video on how to install.
Follow instructions to install Certificate and Trust on the device.
Extra step for iOS
Please make sure to go to General - About, scroll to bottom for "Certificate Trust Settings" and Enable Full Trust for the Securly Certificate(s).
Watch this VIDEO on what to expect when signing into Securly from a blocked page.
Eagle County schools provides a guest Wireless Network called EagleGuests. It is a free service intended for use by visitors requiring short-term access to the wireless network to perform general Internet activities. It is an unsecured connection and should not be used to send or receive sensitive information.
All traffic is monitored, logged, and is treated with Quality of Service rules based on educational needs.
Once you click/tap "connect to Internet" your device will be granted access for 24 hrs at that site (You may want to check your device settings to auto join this network but will need to click/tap "connect to Internet" every 24 hrs for Internet)
Web - Http/Https
Email - POP/IMAP/SMTP
Troubleshooting Devices and WiFi Connections
District computing devices are configured to allow connections to home and public WiFi networks. The ECS Technology Department is unable to provide support for home networks.
How to connect an ECS Chromebook to your home WiFi network:
Turn on the Chromebook
Connect to WiFi
In the bottom right corner of the screen, click the time.
Select Not Connected underneath the WiFi symbol .
Your Chromebook will list available networks, including your home WiFi network.
Select your home network and connect
Select your home WiFi network. Type the WiFi password, if needed.
Here are a few basic troubleshooting steps you can try before checking with your ISP or network hardware manufacturer’s website for support links.
Restart your computer or mobile device.
Try connecting to your home WiFi network again.
Ensure that you are entering the correct WiFi password.
Try connecting to another wireless network such as a coffee shop WiFi network or public library WiFi network and see if you can connect successfully.
If you are still unable to connect to your home WiFi, please check with your ISP or network hardware manufacturer’s website for support links.
Support Links to Local Internet Service Providers (ISP)
Support Phone Numbers to Common Device Brands
Support Links to Common Network Hardware Manufacturers
Click the icons below to visit the status dashboard to verify if the software solution is currently unavailable or to view historical status updates.