Do you use Griffith Wi-Fi? Update your device to stay connected!

We understand the importance of Wi-Fi in daily life. We also want to ensure total online safety of our students here at Griffith University. So, from Thursday 29 August, security improvements to the Griffith Wi-Fi network will be available to all staff and students.

If you have a mobile phone, tablet, Mac, Linux or non-Griffith Wi-Fi device, you will need to manually update your Wi-Fi connection by following our Getting Connected guides. The setup process will only take a couple of minutes per device and can be done at a time that is convenient for you from 29 August to 19 October 2019. After this date, you must update your device(s), or you will lose Wi-Fi connection until you update to the secure Wi-Fi settings.

Staff with a Griffith Windows laptop or Windows surface device will need to shut down and restart their device while connected to the wired network. The new Wi-Fi settings will be automatically updated as part of the standard software installation.

Why Change?

Wi-Fi networks can be compromised and used to collect your log in details for malicious activities. To prevent this from happening to our Griffith Wi-Fi network, we have improved the way you connect your device.

Come and see us!

We will be out and about over the next few weeks promoting the change.

Come and see us during Sustainability Week

  • Mt Gravatt: 2 September, 11 am to 12 pm
  • Gold Coast: 3 September, 11 am to 2 pm
  • South Bank: 4 September, 11 am to 2 pm
  • Logan: 5 September, 11 am to noon
  • Nathan: 5 September, 10 am to 2 pm 

More Information

See our website for more details:

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