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SFUNET-SECURE

This is the primary wireless network recommended for SFU students, faculty, and staff. 

Automatic Setup 

Most Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS and Android users can install SFUNET-SECURE by using the automatic installer XpressConnect. To view the supported operating systems, click here

Manual Setup

To install on mobile devices other than iOS or Android, or failed to configure by using XpressConnect, please configure to the network using the manual guide

eduroam

This network allows SFU students, faculty, and staff access to wireless services at cooperating institutions using the same credentials as they would at home. Support for eduroam is currently available from member institutions in Canada, Asia, Europe, and the United States. Eduroam is a BCNET initiative, please click here to learn more. 

Automatic Setup 

Most Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS and Android users can install SFUNET-SECURE by using the automatic installer XpressConnect. To view the supported operating systems, click  click here

Manual Setup

To install on mobile devices other than iOS or Android, or failed to configure by using XpressConnect, please configure to the network using the manual guide

SFUNET

SFUNET is an older, insecure wireless network meant for basic connectivity. Currently there are no traffic restrictions and should support all wireless devices. However, it is recommended that SFU users use the SFUNET-SECURE network unless device compatibility prevents it. 

To use SFUNET:

  1. Connect to SFUNET
  2. Open a web browser and navigate to any HTTP page
  3. Enter your SFU computing id and password into the web portal 

Note: All use of wireless networking is governed by policy GP-24 "Fair Use of Information and Communication Technology"