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The MGuest-UMHS wireless network is a free wireless Internet service providing internet access to UMHS patients and families as well as other non-UM visitors. It is available in most Hospitals & Health Centers facilities. The network allows individuals to access the internet and publicly available UMHS resources from a computer or other device with a wireless Ethernet card. Students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to use MWireless-UMHS as their primary network, as it is secure and encrypted. Access to certain university resources, including academic journals, is limited. Guests must agree to the university's terms of service in order to connect. Devices that cannot display a captive portal are not able to connect.
MGuest-UMHS is set up with a filter which blocks internet content deemed "inappropriate." Certain types of applications or traffic are blocked by the firewall.
Click the AirPort icon in the toolbar and select MGuest-UMHS.
After selecting the MGuest-UMHS wireless network...
If the browser warns of a problem with the security certificate, simply click the Continue to this website (not recommended) link; the certificate is safe.
If the browser warns that the network is unsecured, click the Connect Anyway, Add Exception, or Confirm Security Exception, as appropriate.
Open Network & Internet under Settings and then click on Wi-Fi. Select MGuest-UMHS. A notification will pop up and ask you to sign into the network. If you've connected before and are having issues re-connecting you may need to forget the network by long pressing on the name until the option to forget appears.
Open the iOS Settings and go to the WiFi section. Select the MGuest-UMHS network and a webpage will load where you have to accept the terms and conditions. If you are having issues loading this web page try resetting your Safarai Cache or forgetting the MGuest network. IF you click on the "i" symbol next to the network name it will take you to a page where the option to forget the network is at the top of the page.