Re: [libreoffice-conference] Wifi at the conference
Nguyễn Vũ Hưng píše v St 23. 09. 2015 v 15:42 +0200:
Access point "SmartAarhus" seems to be more stable. I am using it
problems so far.
I got username, password provided by a staff of the building.
I think you can do the same, just show them your identification card
It's indeed much more stable, I had a password sent to my phone number,
no need to go anywhere and show any ID.
Moreover this network doesn't block our company's VPN, yes!
No execuse for being brief on Android.
On Sep 23, 2015 14:34, "Leif Lodahl" <email@example.com> wrote:
There seems to be some problems with the wifi network.
We are currently working hard to make it work better.
Please have in mind that we have three networks>
ubnt_0 and ubnt_1 can be reached from the rooms StoreSalNorth and
If you can't access one please try to connect to the other.
It would be a good idea if we spreads between these two.
All three networks can be reach from the open are by the reception.
The access password is the same to all three: Libre_1Office.
We hope this will help.
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