About - Griffith Public Wi-Fi is a free Wi-Fi Internet service for visiting guests to Griffith University campuses who do not have a Griffith Wi-Fi account or an eduroam participating institution account.
HOW TO ACCESS
- Under your device Wi-Fi settings > select Griffith Public WiFi network
- Open your web browser > click on the Griffith Public WiFi tile
- Follow the prompts to register for an account.
- You will receive an email or SMS with your registration details.
Important: Please read
Griffith Public Wi-Fi Accounts are created with a Maximum Usage Limit which is currently set at 10GB. Griffith Public Wi-Fi Accounts will be disabled once this maximum limit is reached. *Please note this limit will be reduced if the service becomes congested.
Griffith Public Wi-Fi Accounts are only valid for 12 months from date of registration and will be removed from the system at the end of this 12 month period.
What type of access do I get?
What type of access do I get? - Access to the Internet to browse websites and check personal email. Similar to a hotel or airport hotspot service.
Important: Please read - This service blocks access to any Griffith University student and staff resources like Griffith Portal, Learning@Griffith, etc... Staff and Students will need to use the Griffith Wi-Fi Service to access these services. Griffith Public Wi-Fi Internet access speeds are likely to be limited to 2 Mbps, along with access to inappropriate and insecure sites.
Where can I use it?
The Griffith Public WiFi wireless network is available on all Griffith University campuses.
How much does it cost?
This service is free to register and valid for 12 months.
Help and Support
For all support enquiries please contact +617 373 54444 Monday to Friday between 9am - 5pm.