Access The Network
Accessing the Network
Employees - Are granted access to most academic computing resources through the use of their UW NetIDs. Some specialized resources such as editing the UWB website require a UWB Access Account. More information is available here: UWB Access Accounts
Students - Are granted access to academic computing resources through the use of their UWNetID. To learn more: About UW NetIDs.
Connecting to the Network
Campus LAN - All standard Windows and Macintosh desktops and laptops provided and supported by UW Bothell Information Technologies are by default connected to the campus's Local Area Network (LAN). This connection via Ethernet cables to network interface cards is capable of data communication speeds of at least 100 MB/sec. They are also logically attached to a Windows Active Directory domain for authentication to local enterprise resources. Personal laptops and other devices brought to campus may be set to dynamically receive configuration information and access the Internet at any free network port on campus (marked with a yellow "ENET" sticker).
Wireless Network - UW Bothell provides a ubiquitous wireless access network for the primary student buildings of UW Bothell. These buildings include all floors of UW1, UW2, UWBB, UWBHH, LB1, LB2, LBA, the Chase House, and the Truly House. Current maximum network speeds for ideal connections to this network are up to 600 Mbits/sec (802.11n standard). For more information about connecting to a University of Washington wireless network, please review this page: http://www.washington.edu/itconnect/connecting/wireless/
Off-Campus - Remote access to network resources on the UW Bothell network is available for web, e-mail, file servers and a host of other services specified for educational and administrative use. For more information about how to connect to the UW Bothell network from off-campus, please visit this page: Husky OnNet Information