The University of Minnesota (University) WiFi network is the centrally managed Office of Information Technology (OIT) service that provides campus affiliates and guests with WiFi Internet access as they roam the Twin Cities and Rochester campuses or visit University Extension Services and Research Outreach Center sites.
The WiFi network continues to grow as we connect and improve performance. Please visit the IT WiFi map to see where coverage is located. OIT is committed to improving WiFi networking on campus by enhancing coverage. However, in some cases it may be more feasible to use wired etherjack service instead of WiFi.
There are more than 5,800 wireless access points deployed on the system. The network runs on 802.11n technology and intrusion detection, central management operations, guest access services, and more.
To report problems with WiFi coverage visit the UMN WiFi Feedback site.
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After upgrading the MAC OS 10.10 (Yosemite) some users have experienced trouble with campus WiFi connections with UofM Secure and Eduroam. This issue seems to be a common issue with the upgrade nationwide and there are several support groups commenting about these issues. Most users on campus have resolved this by deleting both WiFi networks...