Overview

Overview

The University of Toronto Campus Wireless Network allows laptop computers to connect to the campus network using wireless/radio frequency technology. The campus wireless network does not support cellular technologies. We support these Wi-Fi standards:

The Campus Wireless Network is available to current students, faculty and staff. Alumni are not eligible to use the wireless network due to software licensing restrictions.

Wireless Network - UTORwin was Decommissioned on January 1,2014

Wireless Network - UofT is Available

For more details, see Information Commons Web site.

Security Update for Wireless - March 10,2014

lease be advised that ITS will be renewing the security certificate for University’s wireless authentication server on Monday, March 10th. After this update, wireless users will be prompted to accept or verify the new security certificate the first time they attempt to reconnect to the UofT or eduroam networks. Once the new certificate has been accepted, the wireless device will save the setting and connect automatically thereafter.

New Wireless Deployment

We are in the process of deploying new wireless equipment. This will provide faster connections, increased reliability,as well as, support for newer wireless technologies.

These maps New Wireless Deployment show the progress.

Other Information

For important information and policies, see Using the Wireless Network.

General information and setup information, see the Information Commons site.

All such networks need to conform to the Information Security Guidelines

The FAQ page has answers to other aspects of the wireless service.

For assistance with configuring your laptop see the Information Common site or contact the Information Commons Help Desk.

For recent changes, see News.

For current status of wireless Status.

Last Updated September 12,2014