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Network Connection

We provide visitors three different types of wireless network connection.

  • Eduroam If you have got your Eduroam account from your institute, you can use it with our Eduroam routers. Please note that we cannot issue Eduroam accounts to visitors. See this page for more information.
  • UniOfCam If you are from an institution which does not participate in the Eduroam scheme, we can provide you a visitor access with Lapwing, University's wireless system. If you wish to use this option, please complete the registration form and get your hosts's signature and Department Administrator's signature.
  • Alternative Arrangement If your mobile device is technically unable to connect to Eduroam or Lapwing, we can arrange alternative, limited wireless access. Complete the registration form, get your hosts's signature and Department Administrator's signature and bring it to Computer Office with your mobile device.


Last updated on 16-Nov-12 14:35

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