Wireless Access Point Maps
SSID = CC-Public
Locations of wireless access points (total 59):
|CC-700-Community Student Services Center-700.3||CC-1803-Classrooms||CC-3500-Children’s Center|
CC-700-Community Student Services Center-712
|CC-700-Community Student Services Center-745B||CC-1813-Classrooms||
CC-3912-Chemistry & Computer Science
|CC-170||CC-700-Community Student Services Center-760||CC-1926- Planetarium & Science Lecture Halls||CC-4000-Fitness Center - Upstairs|
|CC-200-Administration||CC-700-Community Student Services Center-767H-Outside||CC-2000-Science & Math Faculty Offices||CC-4000-Fitness Center - Downstairs|
CC-2100-Biological Sciences Classrooms
CC-900-School of the Arts Classrooms
|CC-400-Downstairs Conference Room||CC-904A-School of the Arts Classrooms||CC-2104- Biological Sciences Classrooms|
|CC-400-Upstairs Conference Room||CC-1100-School of the Arts Faculty Offices||
CC-2124-Biological Sciences Classrooms
|CC-401-Instructional Office Building||CC-1115-School of the Arts Faculty Offices||CC-2208-Health Sciences/Dental Health Classrooms|
|CC-402-Instructional Office Building||CC-1300- Performing Arts Center-STGLFT||
CC-2251-Health Sciences/Dental Health Classrooms
|CC-403-Instructional Office Building||CC-1300-Performing Arts Center-CNTRL||
|CC-404-Instructional Office Building||CC-1300-Performing Arts Center-Box Office||
CC-2300-Peer Academic Tutoring Help (PATH) - upstairs
|CC-451-Instructional Office Building||
|CC-2345-Upstairs Conf. Rm.|
|CC-452-Instructional Office Building||CC-1500-Applied Tech. Faculty Offices||
CC-2400-Disabled Student Resource Center
|CC-453-Instructional Office Building||
CC-1600-Applied Tech. & Business Classrooms
|CC-454-Instructional Office Building||
CC-1611-Applied Technology Classrooms
|CC-2607-PE Faculty Offices/Classrooms|
|CC-500-Social Sciences Classrooms||CC-1801-Classrooms||CC-3100-Emergency Medical Services Classrooms|
Q: What devices can I use to access the wireless network?
A: Laptops, mobile phones (iPhone, Droid), and iPads.
Q: What is the name of the wireless network (also referred to as SSID)?
A: On your device look for CC-PUBLIC.
Q: What wireless protocols are supported?
Q: What settings do I use to connect to the CC-PUBLIC wireless network?
A: Since CC-PUBLIC is an open network, make sure to disable any authentication protocols such as WEP, WPA, or WPA2. An IP address, default gateway, or DNS address is not required. These will be assigned automatically. Username and password are not required.
Q: How do I configure my device for wireless?
A: Refer to your device hardware and software documentation or vendor web site; e.g., http://www.microsoft.com for Windows XP/Vista/7.
Q: What’s the best use of wireless?
A: Many applications such as accessing web-based e-mails, websites, and social media are appropriate. Applications that require large amounts of bandwidth or are sensitive to changes in signal quality may not be appropriate for wireless access.
Q: Is the wireless network secure?
A: No. It’s an open network similar to when you access Starbuck’s or the airport’s wireless network. If you have to do financial or banking-related transactions, make sure that the website you’re accessing is secured using SSL to ensure your network transactions are encrypted..
Q: What is the wireless usage policy?
A: Illegal activities such as hacking, downloading copyrighted materials, or spamming are strictly prohibited.