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WiFi transition to “Dukeblue” complete Aug. 1 – Old network turns off

Duke’s WiFi transition to “Dukeblue” is nearing completion. On August 1, we will shut down the legacy “Duke” wireless network.  All desktops, laptops, mobile devices and tablets should be configured for “Dukeblue” wireless network by this date. Devices may easily be configured using the installer at oit.duke.edu/wireless.

If you have questions or concerns, please contact the OIT Service Desk at  (919) 684-2200 or oit.duke.edu/help.

Mac Tip: Hop on Dukeblue network & learn how to “forget”old Duke network to avoid bouncing around

Duke Residence Halls switch to Dukeblue

Duke residence halls will switch from the “Duke” network to the new secure “Dukeblue” network for fall back-to-school.  Students can connect and get information at oit.duke.edu/wireless. Read the Chronicle story.

Wireless Internet Worldwide with ‘Eduroam’

Duke Travelers can use ‘Eduroam” for wireless access to connect at institutions worldwide. Check out this DukeToday article for details: http://today.duke.edu/2012/05/eduroam

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