Due to low usage in recent years, combined with a desire to improve overall wireless network performance by removing unused networks, we will be retiring the EECS-Guest and EECS-Robonet wireless networks on July 29. The AirBears network was retired on July 1.
We have already retired EECS-Guest in buildings where it was not being used, and service will be ended in all locations on the 29th. Please use the CalVisitor wireless network for guests without EECS or AirBears accounts. If you are having trouble using CalVisitor, or have guests which require applications that don’t work on CalVisitor, please contact us.
If you are a member of an academic group in Cory Hall that relies on EECS-Robonet but has managed to slip under our radar, please contact us for alternate solutions.
Finally, on the first of July, we followed campus IT’s lead in ceasing to broadcast the legacy AirBears wireless network, which was formally retired in August 2015. All AirBears users should now be using AirBears2.
If you have questions, comments, or concerns about any of the above service retirements, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.