Guests requiring internet access at Brown for less than eight days can:
Eduroam is a worldwide access service which allows students, researchers and staff from participating institutions to connect to the internet at other participating institutions.
Guests to Brown's campus can connect to the Brown-Guest wireless network without any prior account creation by Brown staff. However, if you are hosting a conference or other event, we recommend creating Guest accounts to provide your visitors more bandwidth and services.
Brown-Secure is the recommended wireless network for anyone with a Brown username and password. It is recommended over Brown_EZ as it provides for a better user experience and a higher level of security and protection of your data.
Brown_EZ is an open, unencrypted network intended for occasional, brief web browsing or for connection of devices which are not compatible with Brown-Secure. Brown_EZ requires a Brown username and password to connect.
The Active Directory domain, AD.Brown.edu, is the centralized Windows Directory Service for authentication of user, computer, and group objects. Active Directory is used primarily for the centralized Windows environments.
Each residence room has one wired port per resident which provides both campus and Internet access. Devices on the residence hall wired network must be registered via My Connection upon connecting for the first time.