MIT has a ubiquitous wireless network installation maintained by IS&T in all academic and on campus residential buildings including many public spaces.
- Unrestricted, fast and reliable wireless connectivity for the entire community
- Easy-to-access wireless connectivity for guests and visitors
This network is the preferred wireless network for members of the entire MIT community. It provides an unrestricted, fast, and reliable connection to the MIT network, the Internet, and internal resources. Use your MIT Kerberos username and password to log in. See our instructions for connecting to the SECURE wireless network.
Wireless connections for guests and visitors of MIT are also available through the MIT GUEST network. This network does not require authentication, is not encrypted, and is not intended to access internal resources. Learn about connecting to MIT GUEST.
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We do not recommend connecting through these networks. The reason for this is that connections to these networks are unencrypted, putting data at risk. Although these networks are still available, IS&T will be phasing them out. If you have one of these networks set up as your primary wireless network, follow the instructions to connect to MIT SECURE.