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Connect to WiFi on any of our campuses.
The University of Exeter Wi-Fi service covers a range of locations on Streatham and St. Luke's campuses, including the Main Library and Devonshire house.
There are 2 wireless networks for Exeter University staff and students to connect to:
- UoE Open - The UoE_Open network provides a convienient way to quickly access WiFi. It is not secure and we recommend that you use the UoE Secure network.
- UoE Secure - You will need your university username and passwor to connect to UoE secure. It takes a minute or two to configure and provides even greater security than connecting to a wired network outlet.
If you are using a Windows based operating system you can automatically connect your device to the network using the University Wireless tool. Or you can download one of our guides to set up your WiFi connection manually:
- Instructions for Setting up the secure wireless network on Windows XP (PDF)
- Instructions for Setting up the secure wireless network on Windows Vista (PDF)
- If you are using a Mac OS X based system please see our Mac OS X Wireless Instructions (PDF)
Visiting academics may connect to the internet using the Janet Eduroam service.
WiFi is also available on the Cornwall campus.