Chadwick, John, DCA | 2 Feb 20:17 2007
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External authentication page for Cisco WLAN

I have been trying to get the external authentication page to work with our Cisco 4402 WLAN controller. I get to the authentication page, click agree, and go to a web page with library resource links, but when a user tries to go anywhere else, they get  redirected back to the authentication page. I feel as though I am missing something, but can’t quite find anything out there about this.

 

Thanks for any input on this.

 

John

 

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Drew, Bill | 8 Feb 02:37 2007

Wi-Fi not a danger to those with pacemakers!

Here is good news that should help to counteract some of the hysteria caused by one librarian and a college president recently. Click on the link below to see the full text. Note that the study was not funded in any way by any wireless companies.

Wireless Doc: Patients with pacemakers and ICDs needn't fear Wi-Fi
This is a report on one of the sessions at the annual meeting of the American Heart Association in which cardiac surgeon Dr. Fritz Mellert presented the results of his study of Wi-Fi transmitters and their possible effect on pacemakers and implantable defibrillators at the University of Bonn, Germany. It should be noted that this study was free of commercial funding.

According to Internal Medicine News, Dr Mellert...

…placed 25 pacemakers and 22 implantable cardioverter defibrillators made by all of the major device manufacturers at varying distances from wireless local area network (WLAN) transmitting antennas in order to study the potential for electromagnetic interference with device function. He subjected the cardiac devices to WLAN transmitting powers of both 100 mW, the upper limit in Europe, and 1,000 mW, the maximum output power permitted by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission.

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Drew, Bill | 16 Feb 20:31 2007

How to: Secure A Wireless LAN

The link to this great guide was sent to me by Rich McIver of Daily Wireless.
 

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Drew, Bill | 20 Feb 15:10 2007

Google Alert - WiFi and libraries in Wisconsin

Google News Alert for: WiFi and libraries

Kimberly, Little Chute libraries offer wireless Internet access
Appleton Post Crescent - Appleton,WI,USA
The Kimberly and Little Chute libraries recently installed wireless fidelity, or WiFi capabilities, which allow patrons access to the Internet within the ...

 This as-it-happens Google Alert is brought to you by Google.  

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Debby Emerson | 20 Feb 14:57 2007

automated response

I will be out of the office until Monday, February 26. If you need immediate assistance please email the
office at rrlc@... or call 585-223-7570. I will respond to your message as
soon as I return.

Thank you,
Debby

Drew, Bill | 26 Feb 16:30 2007

Pew Internet Report: Wireless Internet Access

This is a very interesting report from the Pew Internet Group. Pew Internet: Wireless Internet Access Some 34% of internet users have logged onto the internet using a wireless connection either around the house, at their workplace, or some place else.

View PDF of Report

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Sarah Campbell | 26 Feb 16:28 2007
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automated response

I will be out of the office on leave until Monday, March 12th. For technology issues, please contact Library
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George Yobst | 26 Feb 22:03 2007
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Is It Still Theft Of Service If It's Using The Free WiFi At The Library?


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George Yobst, Library Technology Analyst        phone: 503.723.4890
Library Information Network of Clackamas County   fax: 503.794.8238
16239 SE McLoughlin Blvd, Suite 208         web: http://www.lincc.lib.or.us
Oak Grove, OR 97267-4654                  email: george@...
"...it is impossible for anyone to begin to learn
 what he thinks he already knows."  - Epictetus

Drew, Bill | 26 Feb 22:13 2007

RE: Is It Still Theft Of Service If It's Using The Free WiFi At The Library?

The whole thing is ridiculous.  I hope the director has some influence
and decides to drop the charges if any develop.  It sounds like a
fishing expedition by the police department.

Bill Drew 

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Drew, Bill | 27 Feb 20:06 2007

NYLA Institute - WiFi for Your Library - 4-4-07 & 5-16-07


The New York Library Association is pleased to announce the next
offering in the NYLA Institute series:
 
Wireless Internet Access in Your Library
A growing number of medium and small public libraries in New York State
have found the wireless solution that is right for them, enhancing both
their services and technology infrastructure. What's the right solution
for your library? Learn how to assess your site and your service needs.
Learn about equipment, technical support issues, network security, and
costs. Hear the specifics about several solutions for wireless, from
build-it-yourself to vendor-provided. Ample time will be provided for a
question & answer period. This workshop is appropriate for public
library staff, managers, trustees, and anyone interested in wireless
networks.
 
Presenters:
David Fulton, Computer Literacy Librarian at Liverpool Public Library
(Liverpool NY), provides staff and patron training on computer-related
topics.

Geoffrey Kirkpatrick, Head of Computer and Media Services at Bethlehem
Public Library (Delmar NY), manages IT support and explores appropriate
uses for new technologies in libraries.

John Love, Technology Specialist at Bethlehem Public Library (Delmar
NY), is the system administrator for the library's wired and wireless
networks. 
 
This full day workshop is $85 for NYLA members and $120 for non-members.

Wednesday, April 4, 2007   
9:30 am - 3:00 pm
Le Moyne College
Syracuse, NY
Flier & Registration Form
http://www.nyla.org/content/user_1/WiFi_Flier_4-4-07.pdf
Register Online:
http://nyla-omc.org/Scripts/4Disapi.dll/4DCGI/events/44.html?Action=Conf
erence_Detail&ConfID_W=44

Wednesday, May 16, 2007   
9:30 am - 3:00 pm
Mid-Hudson Library System
Poughkeepsie, NY - Directions
Flier & Registration Form
http://www.nyla.org/content/user_1/WiFi_Flier_5-16-07.pdf
Register Online:
http://nyla-omc.org/Scripts/4Disapi.dll/4DCGI/events/45.html?Action=Conf
erence_Detail&ConfID_W=45

 
Questions? Call 1-800-252-NYLA
 
Or e-mail:  education@...
 
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Jeremy Johannesen
Deputy Director
New York Library Association
252 Hudson Ave, Albany, NY 12210
518-432-6952 Ext. 102 / 800-252-6952
fax - 518-427-1697
events@... 
 
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Visit NYLA's website - www.NYLA.org - for exciting details on 2007 NYLA
Library Lobby Day -
Albany, NY March 13, 2007
 

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