Wireless Internet is free for all users and visitors of the University of Tartu Library; using time is not restricted. It is assumed that the user has a laptop with a radio network card and he/she can manage the software of his/her computer.
This is a public network, and the Library cannot guarantee its safety. Each user is responsible for his/her laptop’s safety.
The rules and good practices of using the UT computer network and UT Library computer network must be followed when using WiFi.
Reading rooms, corridors and the rooms of the Conference Centre are mostly covered with WiFi; personal work rooms have no WiFi connection due to the materials used for building the walls.
Two different wireless networks can be used: eduroam and ut-public
SSID "eduroam" is better and safer WiFi, we advise the members of the UT use it with their UT username and password. The range of Eduroam is marked in the library, adjustment of your computer see https://wiki.ut.ee/display/AA/WiFi+ja+eduroam The SMTP server mail.edu.ee or web-based e-mail servers can be used for sending e-mails.
If you have problems with WiFi, you might try:
- restarting your computer
- finding a new seat in the library and restarting your computer
- careful reading of messages the computer displays (network not secure... connect anyway etc.) and acting according to these messages
- using of cable network instead of WiFi
Members of the UT can turn for help to the IT Department of the university, Ülikooli Street 18a https://wiki.ut.ee/display/AA/Arvutiabi or to the IT specialist of their faculty.