Wireless Networking at UF
Wireless on UF campus started off with a project to provide outdoor wireless to the center of campus in 2004. This project included areas near Computer Science & Engineering, College of Business, Fine Arts and College of Education. In 2008 campus was moved to a centralized management platform with over 650 access points with Cisco NAC Authentication. By 2012 there were over 1700 access points, 802.11n is the standard for deployment with dot1x authentication. Wireless coverage blankets campus and is present in many UF associated WAN locations.
If you are a student, faculty, or staff member and would like information on how to access this network go to the Help Desk FAQ page for answers to most of your questions.
Many of the problems encountered may be resolved by consulting with the UF Computing Help Desk. They can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, by phone at 392-HELP (4357), or you can visit their consulting lab in Hub 132.
If you are with a campus department and you are considering wireless or need additional wireless systems in your area, submit a request for advanced services wireless.
You will find more information on Wireless Network Policy.