LSE provide wireless access points in various locations across Campus. Wireless access is not campus-wide, but there are over 300 wireless access points in teaching rooms, open spaces and recreational areas.
Each LSE Hall of Residence has at least one wireless access point in a communal area.
For more comprehensive information on the location of the LSE Wireless Zones, please see the LSE Wireless Map.
Connecting to LSE Wireless
Information Management and Technology now offer 2 methods to connect to the wireless internet:
LSE Secure Wi-Fi is the recommended service. It offers a secure connection with automatic login via PC configuration. LSE wireless users are encouraged to use this service where possible. The following guides can assist you in setting up a connection:
LSE Basic Wi-Fi offers a simple method of connecting to the internet via an LSE login webpage but you will be required to enter your username and password each time you log on.
All LSE wireless zones are Wi-Fi 802.11b compatible, although the majority of zones have now been upgraded to Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g. This means that the majority of older wireless network cards should be compatible with the LSE wireless network.
If you wish to use Eduroam see the online guide.
To use the School's wireless network you must have an LSE network account username and password.