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Can I bring in my own laptop to access the Internet in the library?

Last Updated: Mar 27, 2015  |  334 Views

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http://www.ryerson.ca/ccs/connecting/oncampus/wireless/how/

Yes, you can. To access the Ryerson Wireless network, you need:

  • A my.ryerson account
  • A wireless ready laptop, a tablet, or a mobile device

CCS recommends using the RU-Secure wireless network.  You may need to configure your wireless connection based on your operating system.  Please visit the link listed above to find your operating system's instructions.  If you need further assistance, please talk to an IT advisor at the Technology Support Desk on the Library's main floor.

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