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The University Wireless Service will be undergoing maintenance between 07:30 and 08.00 on Tuesday 7 December and between 07:00 and 09:00 on Monday 20 December. These replace our previously announced times and dates, which we’ve amended to accommodate College work schedules.

During these periods, users will experience interrupted service to eduroam, the UniOfCam guest systems, the UniOfCam-IoT system and local SSIDs.

We'll be applying a software patch to fix a bug in the Wireless System controllers on 7 December, and applying a software update to ClearPass (Wireless network access control) to fix bugs and allow enhanced features on 20 December.

If you have any queries, please contact our Service Desk.

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