Q. How can I connect to the "Hopkins" wireless network?
Answered By: Sharon Morris Last Updated: Sep 11, 2017 Views: 2129
Johns Hopkins Enterprise Network Architecture and Design offers the following wireless networks.
Click on the network name below for connection instructions and additional information.
hopkins: This network is intended for use by Johns Hopkins faculty, staff, students, or anyone with a valid JHED ID. The hopkins wireless network is built with many security features, including WPA2-Enterprise, PEAP, and powerful 256 bit encryption. A high speed data link is provided to all the resources on the internal network.
JHGuestnet: This network is for casual use by guests and visitors at any Hopkins Campus. In addition, JHGuestnet can be used for devices that do not meet the requirements for the hopkins wireless network.
eduroam - Johns Hopkins has become a participating member of the eduroam (educational roaming) federation. The eduroam network is a secure, worldwide network access service developed for the international research and education community. All Johns Hopkins faculty, staff, and students may use this service here at JHU and anywhere in the world it is available -- for free! All you will need is your JHED_ID (Johns Hopkins User ID) and password.
For full instructions on connecting to JHU wireless networks. Click on this URL: http://it.jhu.edu/services/network/wireless