Connecting your device to YSJ Wireless
You can connect your own equipment to our wireless network in a
number of locations on the main campus wherever you see this
The YSJ wireless network is also available at the Grange and
Lord Mayor's Walk Residence.
Once you have established that your device meets the minimum
requirements to access the network please read the appropriate
guide to connecting your device below:
York St John University Network Access: Terms of
The Network Access
- The University provides access to the internet for its members
through the campus network infrastructure. This is implemented via
wired and wireless technologies as part of a managed network
- The service is managed by the Information Learning Services
department and such is subject to modification and change as
required. The service is also provided as is, with no warranty
implied or given.
- ILS department provides and maintains the network
infrastructure up to and including the data outlet or wireless
The following guidelines and responsibilities
are to ensure the smooth operation and continuous service for both
individuals and fellow users.
- Users are responsible for any equipment they wish to connect to
- Users agree that it is their responsibility for correctly
configuring or adjusting settings on their systems to connect with
- Users must ensure wherever possible that their equipment is
free of viruses and ensure that they are running up to date,
working anti-virus software. Systems that are detected as being
infected may be disconnected without notice.
- Users agree to maintain their equipment with the latest
firmware and operating system patches.
- By connecting to this service users agree that network traffic
will be monitored or logged for the purposes of maintenance,
development and investigation of problems with the service. This
data may also be used by the University to comply with any legal
Conditions of Use:
- Users shall only configure their systems to use the network
address allocated by the service (DHCP).
- Systems connected to the network cannot be used to provide
services such as DHCP or DNS. Please contact the ILS helpdesk if
you are unsure about the use of a particular piece of
- Users must not use any equipment connected to the
Service for monitoring network traffic. Any User found to be
undertaking such activity shall be liable for disciplinary action
by the University and may be liable for prosecution under law.
This statement is in addition to the
University Acceptable Use Policy as well as any other applicable
You can contact the ICT Helpdesk in the following ways:
- Visit the Information desk on the Ground floor of the Fountains
- E: firstname.lastname@example.org
- T 01904 876696 (9am to 6pm Monday to