What kind of wireless standard does Bowling Green State University support?
Bowling Green State University started with the 802.11b (11 Mb) standard for all wireless on campus but has now adopted the 820.11g (54 Mb) standard for all new installations. 802.11g is backwards compatible with 802.11b card, but people with the 802.11b cards will only be able to connect at 11 Mb. Q: What kind of wireless ethernet card do i need t purchase? A: Wireless Recommendations. Q: How do I get my computer to connect to the wireless network? A: First make sure you have it set up correctly by checking out our wireless documentation for Windows XP, OS X, or OS 9. If that doesn’t work make sure the SSID “bgsu” is in all lower case without quotes and WEP is disabled. Q: How do I know what areas are wireless? A: There are wireless maps for both the Main Campus and Firelands Campus on the networking web site. Scroll your mouse over the buildings to see their names or click and hold on the building to see further information on what is wireless. For a printable list of wireless locati