WiFi Networks

FBK offers several WiFi networks within its buildings and has activated federations with a number of public and private networks located in a variety of geographic areas, so that access to these networks can be provided with the use of trusted credentials. This FAQ highlights the differences between some of these networks.

FBK offers several WiFi networks inside his buildings and started some federations with public and private networks which cover various geographical areas, to allow the access to these networks using the trusted credentials. In this FAQ are explained the differences between some of these networks.

    • GuestsFBK
      • The WiFi GuestsFBK network, an unencrypted network with Internet browsing through web portal authentication, is available throughout FBK locations. The browser is automatically redirected to the authentication portal at the time of first connection to the Internet.
      • All employees of the Foundation and partner organizations with an active login can access the portal with their email address and password.
      • Instead of user credentials, guests can access the network by registering an Italian mobile phone number on the web portal access page; the password is sent via SMS to the number indicated. In this case the credentials are valid and limited to the current day.
      • For legal reasons, only Italian mobile phone numbers can be registered; in other cases users can request access credentials either by contacting either the secretaries or sending an e-mail to help-it@fbk.eu .
      • In order to receive the access password, users must accept the data processing policy and GuestsFBK network use terms and conditions of the on the registration page.
      • Guide o Accessing WiFi Networks > GuestsFBK
  • EduRoam
    • Eduroam (http://www.eduroam.org) is the secure, world-wide roaming access service developed for the international research and education community. Eduroam allows students, researchers and staff from participating institutions to obtain Internet connectivity across campus and when visiting other participating institutions by simply opening their laptop.
    • The Map of eduroam members is available here http://www.eduroam.org/.
    • First connection to Eduroam must be made from FBK and is usually quite simple. Once obtained, the connection will work in all eduroam sites in the world.
    • Guide to accessing WiFi Networks > Eduroam