To connect to the wireless network on campus:
CU-Boulder's wireless service is called UCB Wireless.
"UCB Wireless" is CU-Boulder's SSID.
The CU-Boulder campus network registration service is being upgraded. The rollout of the new network registration process is happening in phases across the campus on both the wired and wireless networks. Learn more on the Network Registration project page.
CU-Boulder's wireless network can be identified by the SSID (or Network Name) "UCB Wireless." OIT recommends that you choose UCB Wireless as your wireless network when you are on campus.
The current IP address range for UCB Wireless is 172.23.0.0/16. Beginning in summer 2012 new wireless IP ranges will be introduced in a phased project that is expected to last through fall semester 2012. The new IP range for UCB Wireless is 10.200.0.0/14. Both old and new wireless IP addresses will need to be allowed for fall semester 2012.
When on-campus wireless clients try to reach off-campus Internet services, both old and new private IP addresses are translated (using Network Address Translation, or NAT) to public IP addresses of 184.108.40.206/24 or 220.127.116.11/24. Off-campus service providers may need this address range.
|Laptops - Connect to UCB Wireless||Connecting to UCB Wireless with a laptop only requires a few steps, which are detailed in this section.|
|Mobile Devices - Connect to UCB Wireless||Mobile devices with Wi-Fi capabiliies (e.g., Apple's iPhone or iPad, and most smartphones running Android OS, Palm OS, and Blackberry) can connect to UCB Wireless.|
|Gaming Systems - Connect to UCB Wireless||Connect your gaming device by selecting UCB Wireless from your devices available networks.|
|UCB Wireless Security||Wireless network security is a serious issue. This section summarizes what you need to know about wireless network security.|
The wireless network is available to guests of the CU-Boulder campus. Find out more about UCB's Guest Wireless services.