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= Wireless Networks at the Hive =
 
= Wireless Networks at the Hive =
* hive13int is a WPA2 password protected network. If you are connected to hive13int, you will have access to all servers and network resources that are available on the wired LAN. If you need to know the password, ask just about any member.
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* 2701-Guest is available for anyone to use. It only has internet access, might be throttled, and cannot see anything on the [[Network/Wired | wired network]]. This includes [[Dumpstor]]. Connection info is posted on the wall outside the meeting room.
* hiveguest is an open network for public use.  It cannot access any resources on the wired LAN but has full internet access.
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* Tenants is a WPA2-Enterprise network that will drop you onto the hive's VLAN when you give it the correct credentials. There is a folder in G Suite that has the info. You must have a hive13.org email to access it, and to get one of those you need to be a member. Contact the [[CTO]] to get one.
* hive1984 is connected to the camera VLAN for the RPi monitor to use. It is MAC-filtered and is not announced.
 
  
 
== Wireless Hardware IN USE ==
 
== Wireless Hardware IN USE ==
* We have a WAP located on I-Beam CD2.
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* 2701SG has placed two Meraki MR56 WAPs in our space. One is located between the kitchen area and the meeting room, and one is just outside the machining bay behind the elevator shaft.

Latest revision as of 12:20, 29 July 2020

Parent Page: Network

Wireless Networks at the Hive

  • 2701-Guest is available for anyone to use. It only has internet access, might be throttled, and cannot see anything on the wired network. This includes Dumpstor. Connection info is posted on the wall outside the meeting room.
  • Tenants is a WPA2-Enterprise network that will drop you onto the hive's VLAN when you give it the correct credentials. There is a folder in G Suite that has the info. You must have a hive13.org email to access it, and to get one of those you need to be a member. Contact the CTO to get one.

Wireless Hardware IN USE

  • 2701SG has placed two Meraki MR56 WAPs in our space. One is located between the kitchen area and the meeting room, and one is just outside the machining bay behind the elevator shaft.