The wireless Internet network on campus is known as AirPennNet. AirPennNet provides fast, secure Internet access to all faculty, staff, and students. To prepare your laptop for Penn Law, you will need to configure AirPennNet on your laptop. Currently, only laptops, iOS, and Android devices support AirPennNet’s security protocols.
Note: AirPennNet requires a PennKey to connect. If you have not setup your PennKey or cannot remember your password, please contact email@example.com.
Setting up AirPennNet on Campus
- Follow these instructions to connect your Windows or Mac laptop to AirPennNet.
- Follow these instructions to connect your mobile devices to AirPennNet.
Setting up AirPennNet Before You Arrive
You can also setup AirPennNet before you arrive on campus. After updating your antivirus and system software, visit the Connect to AirPennNet page and follow the on-screen instructions.
eduroam is a secured wireless network that allows students, faculty and staff to use their home institution’s credentials (for Penn affiliates, their PennKey) to access wireless network services, when visiting other eduroam participating institutions without having to set up a guest account. It can also be used instead of AirPennNet while on campus.
Please see the eduroam page for more information and links to configuring your device to use eduroam
Individuals attending conferences or other University functions can gain access to Penn’s guest wireless network (AirPennNet-Guest) without a PennKey.
How to Connect:
1. Select the AirPennNet-Guest SSID
2. Open a browser
3. Review and accept the Acceptable Use Policy terms and conditions
4. Enter a valid email address and click Submit
For more information, please visit: https://www.isc.upenn.edu/airpennnet-guest
If you get disconnected from AirPennNet and have difficulty reconnecting, switch to the Connect to AirPennNet network and open your web browser to repair the connection. If you are still having trouble connecting, please visit the Tech Center for advanced troubleshooting help.