Wireless

Articles (10)

Configuring Linux to Access eduroam Wireless Network

This guide is intended to help connect personal computers running a distribution of Linux onto the campus wireless network.

Configuring Mac OSX to Access eduroam Wireless Network

This guide is intended to help connect personal Mac computers onto the campus wireless network.

Configuring Windows 10 to Access eduroam Wireless Network

This guide is intended to help connect personal computers running Windows 10 onto the campus wireless network.

Configuring Windows 8 to Access eduroam Wireless Network

This guide is intended to help connect personal computers running Windows 10 onto the campus wireless network.

Connecting Mobile Devices to Eduroam

This article is intended for current faculty, staff, and students who would like to learn about general wireless configuration for their university accounts on mobile devices.

Connecting to MGuest for Visitors

The guest network is not intended for use by university faculty, staff, or students when engaging in University-related academic or business activities. This network is only for guests at the university who will not be staying for the long term.

Registering and Connecting your Game Console

This article is for the benefit of the affiliates and guests of the University of Michigan-Flint who would like to connect their gaming console to our network.

Registering and Connecting your Media Streaming and IOT Devices

This article is for the benefit of the affiliates and guests of the University of Michigan-Flint who would like to connect their media streaming and IoT (Internet of Things) devices to our network.

Using eduroam with Your University Owned Laptop while at Another Campus

This article is intended to help faculty and staff connect a UM-Flint domain joined, Windows laptop to eduroam while visiting other eduroam participating institutions such as Mott Community College or the UM-Ann Arbor campus.

What is a Wireless Network?

This article is for the benefit of faculty, staff, and students who are looking for more information about the wireless network used on campus.