Available WiFi Networks
There are two types of networks available for Mathematics Department.
- Eduroam (Education Roaming)
What is UCLA-MATHNET?
UCLA-MATHNET is a wireless network provided and managed by the Mathematics Department. It is available for current graduate students, faculty and staff members of Mathematics department. If you have any trouble connecting to this network, please visit the Bugs Office in sixth floor of MS Building.
Connecting to UCLA-MATHNET
- If you are currently a graduate student, faculty or staff member of Mathematics, you are eligible to use this WiFi network.
- To connect, you will need to select the SSID named UCLA-MATHNET on your device.
- Then, you will be prompted to enter a password.
- The ASCII Key will be provided to you if you walk into the bugs office in sixth floor of MS building.
What is Eduroam?
Eduroam (Education Roaming) is a secure, world-wide roaming access service for research and education community. UCLA is one of the participating institutions to provide Wi-Fi connectivity to current students, faculty, and staff members.
Connecting to Eduroam
You will need your Bruin OnLine ID and password to connect to Eduroam. Select your platform to see how to set up Eduroam.
UCLA Bruin OnLine Networks
Wi-Fi networks listed below are managed by the Bruin OnLine office in Kerckhoff Hall. If you have trouble connecting to these networks, please refer to www.bol.ucla.edu.