Wireless Network Access

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About CLUWnet

The CLUWnet pilot project was implemented in September 2002, providing wireless networking coverage to originally 7 buildings.  Now the CLUWnet network has been expanded to include all residential halls, academic buildings and certain outdoor areas.

CLUWnet is a WiFi compliant 802.11 a/b/g/n network, employing industry standard and widely adopted technologies for widest compatibility with wireless network cards and operating systems.

With CLUWnet, users are no longer confined to a desk or a room, but can make use of other indoor and some outdoor locations to connect to the Internet, send and receive e-mail and even conduct research.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What do I need to connect to the wireless network?
  • Can I use my mobile or tablet on the wireless network?
  • How much does the service cost?
  • Who can connect to CLUWnet?
  • What can I access using a wireless connection?
  • Is the Web performance the same on the wireless network as it is on the wired network?
  • Does my dorm room have wireless coverage?
  • How can I get WiFi for my mobile device?
  • How can I give my parents or guest wireless access while they are on campus?
  • How can I setup a wireless router or access point?
  • Are there any devices that are not supported on CLUnet?
  • I’ve been authenticated on the CLU network, however I am still unable to get a wireless connection.

If you have any questions or need further assistance, please contact the Help Desk at (805) 493.3698 or send an e-mail to helpdesk@callutheran.edu.