The Griffith wireless network consists of over 1000 WiFi access points spread across the five major campuses.
First time connecting?
If this is the first time you are using the Griffith Wireless service, go to 'Getting connected' and follow the instructions to setup your device. You will need your Griffith sNumber and password to connect.
You may be able to use the eduroam network if you are visiting Griffith from another participating educational institution.
There are three wireless networks at Griffith University:
- Griffith University: for Griffith students and staff.
- eduroam: for students and staff from other insitutions (see below for further information).
- Griffith Public WiFi: for visitors.
Staff and students can use either the Griffith University or eduroam wireless networks, however we recommend you use the Griffith University wireless network. All networks are equally reliable and secure.
In most cases the process of getting connected is simple:
- Find the network and click connect.
- Type in your S Number and password.
- Accept the wireless.griffith.edu.au server certificate.
Some devices require prior configuration (i.e. Windows XP and Nokia smartphones). See the guides to the right for further instructions.
You can either use the Griffith University wireless network or the eduroam network on Griffith University campuses, however, we recommend that you use the Griffith University wireless network.
Both networks are equally reliable and secure.
Getting connected to the Griffith University wireless network
In most cases the process of connecting to the Griffith University wireless network is very straight forward.
- Find the Griffith University wireless network and click connect
- Provide your portal username and password
- Accept the wireless.griffith.edu.au server certificate and you are connected
However, there are some devices that need prior configuration, i.e. Windows XP, Nokia smartphones, etc... Please see the guides in the Getting Connected section of this website for the up-to-date instructions.