WiFi is available throughout the library and is provided free of charge to all visitors.
To use the library’s WiFi, you need a mobile device that can connect to a wireless network that is 802.11b/g/n compatible.
To protect the information on your device, we strongly encourage the use of security measures such as virus protection software and a personal firewall. All security measures are the sole responsibility of the laptop user.
The library is not responsible for any loss of information or damage to your laptop that might result from using the library’s wireless network.
We advise against using any public wireless internet connections to conduct personal or business transactions, such as banking, where sensitive account information or other personal data is involved.
Connecting to JCPL WiFi
If your mobile device does not automatically detect or allow you to connect to the JCPL WiFi network, you may need to change your device’s settings:
- Try configuring your Wireless Network Connection TCP/IP and DNS to automatic (this may also be phrased as enabling DHCP)
- Allow your device to connect to an unsecure network (this may appear as a pop-up when you attempt to connect)
Once you have connected to the JCPL WiFi wireless network, you will need to agree to the terms of usage. These terms will appear when you launch your internet browser. If you agree, simply click the button to continue.