Welcome to the new academic year! Knowing that the wireless network is essential to all UM members, we would like to introduce the UM Wireless LAN service and its connection methods.
UM wireless LAN is covering around 80% of campus with more than 6,000 access points. The coverage includes all classrooms, offices, dormitories, indoor public areas and 14 outdoor areas. You can refer to UM Outdoor Wireless LAN service for the exact outdoor location. UM Wireless LAN service has different user policies for different group of users.
Currently, ICTO provides 4 types of SSID for connecting to UM Wireless LAN. They are UM_SECURED_WLAN, UM_WLAN_PORTAL, UM_PUBLIC_WIFI, and eduroam.
How to connect to UM_SECURED_WLAN?
The wireless LAN accounts are created for all full time staff and students along with the initial computer accounts. UM wireless network service is accessible to all University staff and students. If you have notebook or device with 802.11b/g/a/n/ac wireless module built-in, you can access the wireless service with your UMPASS ID and password.
As there are different connection methods for different operating systems, please refer to the steps in ICTO FAQ for connecting to UM Wireless LAN.
- How to connect UM Wireless network in Windows XP?
- How to connect UM Wireless network using Windows 7?
- How to connect UM Wireless network using Windows 8?
- How to connect UM Wireless network using Windows 10?
- How to connect UM Wireless LAN on the devices installed with Android 4.0 or higher version of Android Operating System?
For details on how to connect to other SSIDs, please refer to ICTO Website.
The use of Wireless Network Service is governed by the Acceptable Use Policy and Campus Network Rules: ICTO.04/201210/001.r00 – Acceptable Use Policy on ICTO Computing Facilities Campus Network and Internet.
If you need any help on using UM Wireless LAN, you may:
Should you have any enquiries, please do not hesitate to contact our Help Desk.