Campus wireless access provides Internet connection to web-enabled applications and resources via port 80 only. 802.11b Wireless Access Points are installed in most locations around campus and continue to expand.
To access the wireless network in the Center City Building, you will also be required to provide a secure key during setup.
WPA2 key = B00k$tack (use zeros, not the letter "O")
University guests to the Center City Building wireless network will need to join UNC CharlotteGuests manually. After connecting to the network, you will need to open a web page and enter your email address to receive access.
Any information transmitted is susceptible to being decoded and viewed. It is strongly recommended not to transmit any sensitive or personal information while using the wireless network.
The wireless network is a shared medium and all activity should be limited to educational purposes.
Use of the University's computing and electronic communication resources is conditioned on compliance with the University's University's Information Technology (IT) policies (Policy Statements 8, 10, 20, 66, 67, and 102). Pursuant to those policies, the University will take any steps necessary to safeguard the integrity of the University's computing and electronic communication resources and to minimize the risks to both those resources and the end users of those resources. Such safeguarding includes monitoring data traffic to detect anomalous network activity, as well as accessing, retrieving, reading, and/or disclosing data communications when there is reasonable cause to suspect a violation of applicable University policy or criminal law, or when monitoring is otherwise required or permitted by law.
By logging in, the user agrees to abide by the Rules and Regulations concerning the UNC Charlotte Network. Understanding that the wireless network is a privilege and not a right, the connection may be terminated and access denied if there is a violation of any Rules or Regulations.
NinerMail will be upgraded starting on Monday, 6/17/2013. Students who use NinerMail will see a slight visual change to their inbox; however, all functionality will remain the same.
More information, including configuration details for mobile devices, are available on the NinerMail website.