What is the guest wireless network (UNC-Guest)?
Description: Currently, the Guest Access vlan uses UNC-Guest SSID and is available for select 802.11 wireless locations including Athletics Pressbox, Friday Center, School of Government and Business School. Should you need access in one of these locations, please contact the appropriate IT support person at each of these locations to obtain the necessary SSID value to […]
» Subjects: Networking, Wireless Networking » Tags: Guest Access, networking, Public Access, Tar-Heel, Tar-Heel SSID, UNC-Guest-PSK, UNC-PSK, wireless
Are static wireless IP addresses allowed on campus?
Description: Due to the roaming nature of wi-fi/wireless (it is a mobile technology, after all), the dynamic load balancing nature of the lightweight AP protocol, and for security reasons, it is not possible to get a campus static wireless IP address. We have implemented policies on all campus SSIDs to disallow static IP addresses. You may […]
» Subjects: Network Policy, Networking » Tags: SSID, static IP address, Tar-Heel, UNC-Secure, wifi, wireless
Is ‘guest’ wireless network access available on campus?
Description: Is ‘guest’ wireless network access available on campus? Guest network access is specifically for visitors bringing their own device with 802.11 wireless (Wi-Fi) capability to connect from campus to the Internet. Guest access is granted short-term for individuals or groups with legitimate business or academic needs and are sponsored by a University department. The UNC-Guest […]
» Subjects: Network Basics, Networking, Wireless Networking » Tags: Guest Access, networking, Public Access, Tar-Heel, wireless
UNC-Chapel Hill Wireless Spectrum Management Policy
Description: Introduction The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Wireless Spectrum Management Policy provides a mechanism for managing the wireless communications spectrum on the UNC Campus. The UNC-Chapel Hill technology infrastructure is provided to support the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill business and its mission of education, service, and research. Wireless communications for […]
» Subjects: Policies and Legal Issues, Security » Tags: Guest Access, networking, Public Access, Tar-Heel, wireless