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Public access network

Formerly called docking stations, public access network ports are Ethernet ports on campus where access to the network is protected by an authentication process. For general use, there are public access ports in the McPherson Library and the Fraser Law Library. For teaching, there are public access ports in most classrooms.

Who can use this service?

How do I request or access this service?

Faculty, staff, and students with a valid NetLink ID can connect to the public access network through Ethernet ports on campus.

What is the cost for this service?

This service is provided free of charge.

When is this service available?

This service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, except during scheduled and unscheduled maintenance. You can be informed of service interruptions by subscribing to Informed.

How do I get help with this service?

Contact the Computer Help Desk for help with this service: