Wireless internet network services
The University's wireless network lets you work from just about anywhere inside the Sir Owen G Glenn Building.
About the network
The University provides a wireless computer network based on the 802.11 standard, which allows any suitably equipped device (eg, a laptop or phone with a wireless network adapter) to:
- Connect to the University network
- Access Terminal Services (the Business School’s remote access service)
- Print files and documents
- Access services and resources such as internet access, CECIL, and Library databases
All students on University wired computers or their own wireless-connected devices have no restrictions on how much internet data they consume.
The wireless network in the Sir Owen G Glenn Building covers most computer labs, lecture theaters and common areas. Let us know at the Level 0 Reception desk if any area in the Sir Owen G Glenn Building does not have adequate coverage.
You can access the following services via the University's wireless network:
|Internal access||Internet access||Security/authentication|
|UoA WiFi||All resources available||Yes||WPA2/NetLogin authentication|
|UoA WiFi guest||Externally available resources only||Yes||No encryption, captive portal|
Printing on the wireless network
You can print from your own laptop on the wireless network. Printing instruction and full details about wireless access can be found on the University of Auckland wireless network web page.
For detailed information and instructions about connecting to the service:
Alternatively drop by the Information Common Helpdesk during their normal opening hours:
Kate Edger IC Helpdesk
Kate Edger Information Commons
Corner of Symonds and Alfred Streets