UNF has four wireless networks
All of UNF’s wireless network supports 802.11g technology. Some areas (Student Union, Osprey Fountains, College of Education and Human Services) also support 802.11n.
UNF has six wireless networks. There are 200+ wireless access points throughout campus.
Networks available throughout the campus with the exception of the Residence Halls:
- The “guest” network requires little configuration, is not secure, and will show up as “guest” on your computer’s wireless network list. The purpose of this wireless network is to reach the Internet.
- The “unf-secure” network provides access to university systems. It is recommended over the guest network. It employs encryption and requires you to login with your UNF ID and password.
Networks available in all the Residence Halls except Osprey Fountains:
- The “Unf-res” network requires you to login and install the policy key.
- The “Unf-res-secure” network requires you to login and employs encryption and the policy key.
You can use wireless in the residence hall lounges, atriums, and commons areas.
Networks available only in Osprey Fountains:
- The “Fountains” network requires you to login and install the policy key.
- The “Fountains-secure” network requires you to login and employs encryption and the policy key.
You can use wireless throughout Osprey Fountains.
You can see wireless coverage maps of each campus buildings here.