New Wi-Fi for AU guests
As of 1 February, AU guests will be able to access a new wireless network called AU-Guest.
This weekend, AU IT will carry out service work on the university’s IT systems and services. This includes maintenance work and optimisation of existing IT and in addition, a new wireless network for guests will be opened this weekend.
How to access the AU-Guest network
If a guest wants to access the AU-Guest network, the guest must log in by using his/her:
If the guest does not have such an account, the guest can receive an SMS with a code on his/her mobile phone, provided that the guest has a Danish mobile number. As a host or conference organiser, this means that it is no longer necessary to create logins for your guests.
The AU-Guest network is intended for guests. EDUROAM is the wireless network for staff and students. If you are a member of staff or a student and you do not have EDUROAM on your computer, smartphone or tablet, you can connect to the AU-Guest network and then install EDUROAM by clicking the AU logo on the login portal.
In the future, AU-Guest will replace the existing AUWLAN network.
When the AU-Guest network opens, a commissioning phase will begin. During the commissioning phase, some guests may experience that they cannot log on to the network. The network has been tested thoroughly by AU IT before it is put into operation, and problems have been solved. However, if you experience any problems, please send an email to your local IT support containing a description of the problem.
You can find contact information for IT support at www.au.dk/en/it.
You can access AU’s Wi-Fi at www.wifi.au.dk.