RMIT University offers the following wireless networks on and around campus:
RMIT–University network is available to RMIT students, RMIT staff and authorised visitors. This secure or ‘closed access’ network will appear in the WiFi settings of a device and enable authorised users to access the internet and RMIT’s network.
RMIT–Support network is available to all members of the RMIT community. This ‘open access’ network will appear in the WiFi settings of a device and link to a variety of support information including password assistance, user guides and the IT Service Desk.
eduroam is available to students and staff from visiting universities. This network is an independent wireless network which allows mobility between educational institutions for authorised users. Instructions on how to access eduroam are contained within the user guide.
Buildings 80 and 100
Staff/student access: Wireless registration and connectivity will undergo some changes in Semester 2, 2013. In the interim, simply search for the wireless network ‘RMIT-University’ and authenticate with your username (e.g. e12345 or s1234567) and password.
Guest access: Staff can authorise guest access to the RMIT wireless network in these buildings via the online registration system . Refer to the guest access user guide for more information.
User guides contain step-by-step instructions explaining how to gain access to the above RMIT wireless networks using your mobile device or laptop.
For further assistance, contact the IT Service Desk.
The attributes of RMIT’s wireless networks are specified in the technical specifications.
Please contact the IT Service Desk if you have any queries.
Students can also visit the Student IT Services computer lab in building 8, level 3, room 24 (next to RMIT City Fitness) for wireless assistance.