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Updated 1st Dec – Wireless upgrade – specific locations affected

What is being done?

Wireless controllers and access points are being upgraded. This is a major upgrade and is the first in a programme of wireless improvements taking place over the next 2-3 months. These improvements will also allow us to provide new features and benefits to improve the wireless experience.

 

How will this affect me?

Wireless services will be unavailable *for the entire weekend* whilst this work is carried out. The locations listed below are specifically affected:

Sat 12th – Sun 13th December Sat 19th – Sun 20thDecember
Aberconway Building ASSL
Bute Building Biomedical School
CARBS Postgraduate Building Cardigan House
Cardigan House – UWCM Cance Medical Genetics Building
CASSIM Library Store Cochrane Building
Childrens Center, Heath site 33 – 37 Corbett Road
5 – 7 Corbett Road CUBRIC Building
Dental Building Deri House
Glamorgan Building Eastgate House
Hadyn Ellis Building Humanities Building
Guest Extension Henry Welcome Building
Haematology, Heath Site Julian Hodge Study Centre
Law Building Life Sciences building
Link 5, Heath Site Michael Griffith Education Centre
Main College Building 10-12 Museum Place
6 Music Place Music Building
Medical Genetics 30 – 36 Newport Road
Maindy Road Newport Road Central
2 North Road Newport Road East
8 – 10 North Road Newport Road North
33 – 34 Park Place Newport Road South
38 Park Place Newport Road Trevithick
46 Park Place Newport Road West
49 Park Place Neuadd Meirionydd
Radiology Corridor, Heath site Optometry Building
Redwood Building Pierhead Building
Senghennydd Maths & Education 47 Park Place
Sports Hall, Heath site 50 – 51 Park Place
Talybont Library Stores 53 – 54 Park Place
Tenovus Building, Heath site 55 – 59 Park Place
Haematology 64-65 Park Place
Tower 2, Heath Site 66-68 Park Place & Euros Building
Ty Dewi Sant, Heath site 69 Park Place
Welsh Heart Research Institute Student Union
Security Centre, Park Place
Tower Building
VC House
Velindre hospital
 

Decommissioning of the CU wifi network- Make the move to Eduroam ASAP

eduroamNext month, the ‘CU-WiFi’ wireless service will be decommissioned. Our preferred service, eduroam, is a secure, encrypted wireless service. Further information and a firm date of when CU-WiFi will be turned off will be provided shortly.
 
Note that staff and students with an Internet connection (e.g. at home) can set up their laptops (not other mobile devices) automatically for Eduroam via http://cardiff.ac.uk/wirelessreg

For further details on wireless services, see
http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/insrv/it/network/wireless/

Why is it being done?
CU-WiFi is not only an insecure network but is also known to adversely affect the performance of the eduroam wireless service. By turning off CU-WiFi, eduroam performance should be improved across campus