At the end of the day on August 14th, the legacy AirBears wireless network will be permanently deactivated in favor of AirBears2, eduroam, and CalVisitor. To minimize interruptions, please make sure you are already switched over to one of these newer networks. If you have any trouble connecting, or are unsure which network to use, please visit http://ist.berkeley.edu/airbears or the EECS Helpdesk in 395 Cory Hall.
The original announcement from campus network services is included below. For updated information, please see ucbsystems.org, CMR# 3975.
After many years of faithful service the AirBears wireless network is being discontinued. After August 14th access to the UC Berkeley networks and Internet will no longer be available through this SSID.
Current students, staff, faculty, and affiliates who have not already done so, are invited to create a wireless key and use the AirBears2 wireless network. AirBears2 provides full campus connectivity without the redundancy of a login portal after initial configuration.
Visitors are welcome to connect using the CalVisitor wireless network, which provides Internet and basic campus connectivity without the necessity of a guest account.
Details on available WiFi Network Services and how to connect to them is available here: