EECS-PSK Broadcast Ceases May 19th
On Friday, May 19th at 6:30AM, we will cease public broadcast of the EECS-PSK wireless network. The network will continue to exist and devices already configured to use it will be able to continue to do so throughout the Summer semester. However, it will not be available as a visible option to new devices which are not currently configured to connect to EECS-PSK. In other words, EECS-PSK will become a hidden SSID.
We recommend users of EECS-PSK immediately begin transitioning to either eduroam or Berkeley-IoT. eduroam is appropriate for devices such as laptops, desktops, phones and tablets; whereas Berkeley-IoT is appropriate for simpler devices which are not capable of authenticating to eduroam (i.e. devices which cannot perform 802.1X authentication).
Information about how to connect to eduroam and Berkeley-IoT is available at https://technology.berkeley.edu/wi-fi.
Please read the full post below for more information, including the final shutdown date for EECS-PSK. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or concerns.
EECS-PSK Shuts Down On or Before August 11th
We plan to completely shut down EECS-PSK on or before Friday, August 11th. The network will no longer be available for use at this time.
Please be aware that EECS-PSK may be shut down prior to August 11th, if we find that the network is no longer in widespread use.
Issues using eduroam or Berkeley-IoT?
If you discover that something you use or connect to only works on EECS-PSK and not on eduroam or Berkeley-IoT, please contact us at email@example.com and provide any information you can. We will work with you to locate the issue and help make the service available on eduroam and Berkeley-IoT.
If you need to connect a new device to EECS-PSK after May 19th, our Helpdesk at 395 Cory Hall will be able to assist in manually connecting your device to EECS-PSK.