Answered By: Paula Verdegaal Last Updated: May 27, 2015 Views: 1123
Yes you may access the Blinn wireless network in the library.
A wireless network is available for use by Blinn College students and employees. The network operates on the standard Wi-fi 802.11a/g/n protocols and frequencies. The Brenham, Bryan, Schulenburg and Sealy campuses are fully covered with 802.11n, 802.11 ac access points and ac Wave2 in select high use areas.
Students should select the BlinnStudent network from their wireless setup.
- The BlinnStudent
- use your full Blinn email address as the username- firstname.lastname@example.org
- Blinn password
Passwords can be managed and reset at Password.blinn.edu
Employees should select BlinnStaff from their wireless setup
- Employees use their Blinn domain username and password (what you log onto the computer with)
The BlinnStudent and BlinnStaff networks use AES encryption and PEAP- MSCHAPV2 authentication. You will be prompted and must accept the server certificate in order to continue connecting to the network.
Amazon Kindles connect best to the respective staff or student WPA2 network using your full email address as the username.
The following buildings are hotspots with wireless access:
Bryan- Academic, Library, Science, Student Center, Health, HSC, Bookstore, CPC, Administration, Mod1, Mod2, Post Office
Brenham- Academic, Administration, Bullock, Classroom, Old Main, PE Building, Library, O'Donnell Performing Arts Center, Student Center, Music, Rankin, Schmidt
Brenham Residence- all the dorms and apartments have 802.11n wireless access points except Memorial and Holleman.
Schulenburg- Administration, Liberal Arts
Sealy- main building
More information can be found by logging in to MyBlinn and clicking on Technology Services.