Wireless Access

What areas of campus are covered by wireless network?

Wireless network is available in most areas of the Main building (Library, Classrooms, Auditoriums, Cafeteria) and Paramaz Avedisian building (Auditoriums, Classrooms).

Wherever wireless connection is available, you should find “AUA_WiFi” wireless hotspot and can connect to campus WiFi using your AUA username and password.

 

How do I get connected?

Refer to below listed guides to setup wireless connection on your mobile device:

In case of difficulties please visit ICTS Room #316M

 

Which systems can I access once I’ve connected?

Once you are connected to AUA_WiFi hotspot using your AUA username and password, you can browse the Internet and access any servers which are accessible from Library or Labs desktop computers.

ICTS News

  • PAB building WiFi infrastructure redesign and coverage improvement
  • Skype to SIP gateway has been deployed. Now you can reach AUA by making Skype call to aua.am
  • VoIP GSM Gateway has been deployed
  • Google Drive for Education now has unlimited storage
  • AUA telephony system migration to VoIP has been completed in August 2014
  • Integrated Technology Classroom Usage Guideline is added
  • Car Booking system implemented
  • PaperCut print management system deployment for printing from Library and Labs
  • New proximity Student ID cards implementation
  • Google Apps for Education deployment, Migration to Google Mail for Staff, Faculty, Students and Alumni
  • Two training sessions conducted for Staff and Faculty related to Google Apps features
  • Two new labs for iBT tests establishment
  • IP cameras setup and live implementation in university labs
  • Upgrade of Moodle e-Learning@AUA application to version 2.5
  • Replacement of Kaspersky antivirus with avast! Endpoint Protection Suite
  • 24 August 2012 - AUA new website went live!
  • AUA Internet bandwidth increased up to 25Mb
  • Wi-Fi connection is already available in AUA Main building
  • Room booking system implemented
  • AUA new website development in progress