University of Oregon

The UO campus operates a robust wireless network giving the University community the ability to internally network and connect to the Internet. Visitors to the university can also use Guest wireless. Information for configuration, guest access, and a map of wireless coverage is available online.

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  • From Information Services: Information Services is aware of the capacity, stability, and coverage problems with the university's WiFi network. There are two key factors that contribute to these WiFi...

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  • The UOnet is the network that is used across the university campus. This includes the wireless internet, computer logins and VPN access. Wireless Access The UO provides WiFi internet access across...
  • The university has several wireless networks available. Select the correct network based on your affiliation: If you are a student, faculty or staff please use UO Secure. See Configuring your...
  • Anyone visiting the University of Oregon can now register themselves for 7-day access to UO's wireless network by following these steps: On your computer or mobile device, select the UO...
  • The instructions below explain how UO students, faculty, and staff can connect when visiting eduroam-participating institutions. Please select one of the following: The instructions below explain...
  • To connect to the eduroam wireless network, use the built in iOS Wi-Fi settings. This process will be almost identical to connecting to a home network. Open the Settings. Select the Wi-Fi...
  • iOS devices (iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad) come configured to automatically offer to join wireless networks. To connect to UO Secure: Select the Settings icon Select Wi-Fi Select the 'UO Secure'...
  • Connecting to eduroam on a Mac running OS X 10.6 or older is a user-friendly process requiring three simple steps: 1. Click on the Airport Icon in the task bar on the top of the screen. Click on the...
  • To connect to the eduroam wireless network, you may need to use the XpressConnect network installation wizard. This program will take you through a set of steps that set up your device. 1. Connect to...
  • eduroam is a secure wireless network service that allows UO faculty, staff, and students to use their Duck ID and password to access wireless networks when visiting other eduroam-participating...
  • 1. To connect to the eduroam network, start by going to Settings. NOTE: In most Android systems this can be done by pressing the menu button and then choosing settings from the menu. Settings can...
  • UO Secure is a secured network (WPA2). The primary benefits are increased security and automatic logins on this wireless network. 1. In either Firefox or Internet Explorer go to http://...
  • Traveling? Rent a wireless cell router to ensure connectivity while on the road. MiFi is a mobile wireless hotspot that will provide internet or network access for up to five WiFi-enabled peripheral...
  • Have you ever been in a situation where you and your friend(s) want to access the internet but there is only one ethernet port? Well, with Mac's sharing capabilities, you can easily and quickly turn...
  • Objective: Replace the oldest WiFi network components to partially mitigate WiFi stability problems Status: In progress Goal Completion Date: 12/31/2013 (revised) Project Sponsor(s): Melissa Woo...
  • This page explains how to set up your Android device to use the UO Secure wireless network. (Tested on Android 1.6, 2.1, 2.2 and 4.2.1) UO Secure is a secured network using WPA2 encryption that...
  • Connecting to UO Secure is possible by running the standard setup process provided by the university, but there is also a way to connect to this network manually. To set up the UO Secure wireless...
  • You will need an internet connection to download the XpressConnect app.  You can connect to uowireless, login using your DuckID credentials on a web browser, and then download the app. You'll be...
  • To connect to eduroam from a Chromebook, follow these steps: Open Network Settings. On most Chromebooks, you can find this by clicking the clock in the bottom right corner of the screen, then...
  • Once you've added a wireless network to your computer or phone, the device will try to join that network whenever it is within range. However, sometimes you don't want your device to...
  • This page explains how to use the sponsors.uoregon.edu website, which was updated on January 22, 2016. One of the ways that guests visiting the University of Oregon can gain access to UO's...
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