Answered By: Ron Wirtz Last Updated: Sep 04, 2018 Views: 1073
Eduroam is a global wireless network access service for research and education. An eligible research or educational organization can provide users with wireless access at participating institutions through the use of their home institution credentials. Wireless access via eduroam is available to authenticated users within all UNK buildings, including the Calvin T. Ryan Library. To access eduroam select it from your list of available networks.
UNK students and employees: To log on and authenticate to an eduroam wireless network, you must include your firstname.lastname@example.org or your email@example.com to enable eduroam to identify your affiliated University.
Students and employees of other universities: eduroam allows students and employees of other participating institutions to access the wireless network on UNK's campus. Likewise, UNK students and employees may access eduroam wireless networks at UNL, UNO, and other participating campuses using the appropriate e-mail address (include @unk.edu or @lopers.unk.edu) and EASI password.
Other Library visitors
UNK Guest is a free service intended for use by visitors requiring short-term access to the wireless network to perform general Internet activities. To access UNK Guest simply select it from your list of available networks.