Berkeley Lab offers secured wireless services on the internal lbl.gov network and has a separate on-site visitor wireless network constituting the lbnl.us internet domain.
The visitor network is an “open”, non-authenticated, unencrypted wireless network, connected to the Internet (via ESnet) and logically external to the Lab’s lbl.gov network perimeter DMZ. From the perspective of the Lab’s internal lbl.gov network, devices connected on the visitor wireless network are treated like they were on a commercial ISP or any other external location (ie, outside the Lab perimeter).
The employee network on the internal lbl.gov internet domain offers a secure, encrypted connection to the local network of the building where the access point is located. Traffic on the employee network is treated as any other traffic on the lbl.gov domain.
For detailed instructions on connecting to the Lab’s wireless network, please visit the IT FAQ:
- Weekly wireless key to “lbnl-visitor-offsite”
- Employee Wireless for Android
- Employee Wireless for Apple Computer
- Employee Wireless for Chromebooks
- Employee Wireless for FreeBSD
- Employee Wireless for iPhone/iPad
- Employee Wireless for Ubuntu
- Employee Wireless for Windows 10
- lbnl-iot: LBL PSK Network Terms of Service
- Trouble Connecting To The Internet
- Visitor Wireless Network