How Do I Connect My Honeywell Tuxedo Touch to WiFi?

You can connect your Honeywell Tuxedo Touch to WIFI by accessing the IP Menu, choosing a local WIFI network, providing the correct password, and saving the changes. You must have WIFI set to ON and LAN set to OFF. The Tuxedo Keypad will then automatically connect with the WIFI network.

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Please note that only the WIFI version of the Honeywell Tuxedo Touch can connect with a WIFI network. The original non-WIFI version cannot connect to a WIFI network. It can only use a hardwired ethernet connection. The Tuxedo Touch WIFI can also use an ethernet connection instead of a WIFI connection if that is what the end user prefers.

Complete the following steps to connect your Honeywell Tuxedo Touch Keypad to a WIFI network:

1. Open the IP Menu. Begin from the main screen of the Tuxedo Touch Keypad. Press the settings icon (the wrench and screwdriver) in the lower-left corner. Choose IP. You are now in the IP Menu.

2. Choose a network. Make sure that LAN is set to OFF and WIFI is set to ON at the bottom of the screen. Scroll through the list of available WIFI networks until you find the one you want. Click on that WIFI network name. You will select that network and enter its sub-menu.

3. Provide the password. Click on the field for "Passphrase / Shared Key". Then enter the appropriate network password. Press the GO button in the lower-right corner when you have finished.

4. Save and exit. Press the picture of the floppy disk in the lower-right corner to save your changes. The keypad should connect with the WIFI network. The upper-left corner will display the message "Connected to (WIFI Network)" once the connection is successful. Then press the picture of the house in the upper-left corner to exit the menu.

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You're welcome - glad to hear that worked!
Gary, I should have come back sooner to let you know that your suggestion worked. Thank you!
Possible wrong password or the router is trying to hand the Tuxedo an encryption key that it doesn't understand (probably 802.11n or ac). I would enable the guest network on the router, give it a different SSID than the main (so the Tux doesn't think it's part of a multicast network) and set it for 802.11g only. The Tux should pick it right up.
When I try to log in the Tuxedo won’t connect. It continually shows “connecting to...” Any ideas? Router config?

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