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Update: Wireless 2.0

WiFi LogoYou may remember my post on the initial testing of the Wireless 2.0 system that is poised to replace the VPN system we currently use.  The new Wireless 2.0 system is out of the testing stage and is ready to be used by faculty, students and staff.  Currently limited to 8 locations on campus, the new system will let users connect to the internet much more easily than before.  The 8 locations are:

Before attempting to connect to the new system, you’ll have to follow the instructions here to configure your computer or here to configure your iPhone/iPod Touch.  The new system has been designed with security and speed in mind and should deliver much better performance than the old VPN system.

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