Wireless Network Policy
(Note: If you access this page through an unauthenticated wireless connection to the du.edu network, some links will take you to a warning page instead of the page you are attempting to access.)
The University of Denver's wireless network is designed to be a convenient supplement to the wired network for general functions including web browsing, email and printing to public printers. Wireless "access points" located in many areas of campus allow suitably configured computers equipped with wireless network cards to make wireless connections to the Internet.
Wireless radio signals are shared by everyone connected to the same wireless access point. As the number of wireless connections increases, the bandwidth available to each connection decreases and performance deteriorates. Distance from the access point, buildings or objects shielding the access point, signal interference, quality of your equipment, battery power and other factors may also impact performance.
Applications that generate high network traffic do not work well on wireless networks and negatively impact performance for everyone connected to the same access point. In addition, wireless networks are highly sensitive to overlapping frequencies and can present a risk to the integrity and security of the University of Denver's data network.
To promote efficient and secure wireless network access, University Technology Services (UTS) maintains strict standards for the deployment of wireless devices at the University of Denver.
University Technology Services
2100 S. High Street. Denver, Colorado 80208 · Telephone: 303.871.4700 · FAX: 303.871.4999
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