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Difference between revisions of "Get Started with Wireless"

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Revision as of 16:05, 17 November 2015

*** DRAFT ***

Which Best Describes You?


  • I'm a Middlebury College student, faculty, or staff member who wants to use wireless.
See MiddleburyCollege Wireless Network for connection instructions.


  • I'm a campus visitor who just needs basic internet access.
See MiddleburyGuest Wireless Network for connection instructions.


  • I'm a campus visitor who needs more than basic internet access. I need to use campus resources, such as library databases or Moodle.
Refer to Create_Full_Guest_Wireless_Account_from_On_Campus for connection instructions.


  • I have a wireless device (such as a gaming console or e-reader) that doesn't support normal security protocols.
You will need to register your device, then you can use the MiddleburyGuest Wireless Network.


  • I am a visitor from a participating eduroam institution who wants to use wireless.
Refer to eduroam for connection information.


  • I'm a Middlebury student, faculty, or staff member who will be visiting a participating eduroam institution elsewhere who wants to use wireless.
When you arrive at the participating institution, select the eduroam wireless network and connect using your full Middlebury email address and password. Refer to eduroam for more information.



Related Links


Wireless Networks at Middlebury
Wireless Locations/Availability
Wireless Troubleshooting
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