Contact Technology Helpdesk if you are still unable to connect. Please note any messages provided when your connection fails, if the problem is location specific, and when you first noticed the problem.
It is recommend to disable Bluetooth from your cellphone, laptops, tablets and other devices that are Bluetooth capable when not in use. Bluetooth uses the same radio frequencies as the Wi-Fi network and can cause interference. This may result in disruption or slowness to the wireless network. Turning off Bluetooth when not in use will also preserve your battery’s life.
Keywords: Bluetooth, interference, disruption, slow
802.11b Wi-Fi is a legacy wireless technology and no longer supported on any wireless networks on campus. If you have a device that only supports 802.11b technology it is recommended to upgrade your wireless network device with an 802.11ac/a/g/n compatible wireless device or use a wired Ethernet for connectivity.
Keywords: 802.11b, wireless device, wireless networks