Bangor University Internet
Welcome to the Bangor University wireless network information pages. Here you will find details of what networks are available, where you can find them and how to connect to them. We’ll also try and answer the most common queries we receive in the frequently asked questions section.
Our wireless network has grown to over fifteen hundred access points over the last few years so you’re never far from a connection wherever you may be on campus. Over the last few years we’ve upgraded our original access points to support the newer 802.11n high speed connections and we’ve also deployed wireless across all of our halls of residences and are constantly looking to expand the network.
If you’d like to discuss anything related to our wireless networks please contact the IT Helpdesk in the first instance on 01248 388 111.
Bangor University uses eduroam as it’s primary wireless network. eduroam is a global network of academic institutions, it allows Bangor staff and students to connect at any eduroam site using their Bangor usernames and passwords. It also allows staff and students from other sites to connect while at Bangor. eduroam is available across the entire campus and is the network you should connect your device to if you are a Bangor University student or member of staff.
eduroam is an encrypted network designed to keep your communications secure and safe.
Certain devices don’t support the security methods used on the eduroam network. For these devices, such as ebook readers and media devices, we can offer to connect them to the TechLinc network available across the entire campus. To connect to this network your device must support the 802.11g wireless standard and you must be able to provide us with it’s wireless mac address. To request to be added to this network please contact IT Support on 01248388111 with your details and the mac address of your device.