Wireless Access @ TCCL
| Connecting | Printing | Policies |
- You must have a laptop/notebook computer
or PDA with a wireless network interface card which has been properly
installed according to the manufacturer’s instructions. If you
have a Mac, you can use this service with an installed AirPort card
or other 802.11 (a, b, or G) compatible wireless card and software.
- Configuration settings should match these values:
Save any modified settings and restart your device as required.
To connect, open your “Wireless Network Connection” by
clicking the icon in the system tray.
- Network Name, or SSID = Library-AP
- Network Mode = infrastructure
- WEP = disabled
- IP or Network Settings = DHCP enabled, or obtain an IP address automatically
- DNS = obtain DNS address automatically
- Gateway = no default gateway (your card should detect it automatically)
- Choose “View Wireless Networks.”
- You should see an entry for TCCL-ap or Library-AP. (If you do not see it,
click on “Refresh.”)
- Select it and click the “Connect” button.
[Note: Although you may see other
entries, only TCCL-ap is being provided by the library and is the only
one you are authorized to access. Connection to wireless networks for
which you are not authorized may be subject to legal action.]
You now have a live Internet connection. Open your browser; you will
be directed to a page with our wireless policy by which we expect users
to abide while using our connection. From there, you may surf to other
Once you leave the library and are out of
range of our wi-fi, you will automatically be disconnected from our
network. If you prefer, when you are finished using the access, you
can return to your “Wireless
Network Connection” dialog box and click on “Disconnect.”
Software and instructions to use the library's wireless printing service
Tulsa City-County Library is now offering wireless printing at the following locations:
- Bixby Library
- Brookside Library
- Charles Page Library
- Collinsville Library
- Glenpool Library
- Hardesty Regional Library
- Herman & Kate Kaiser Library
- Jenks Library
- Kendall-Whittier Library
- Martin Regional Library
- Maxwell Park Library
- Nathan Hale Library
- Owasso Library
- Peggy V. Helmerich Library
- Pratt Library
- Rudisill Regional Library
- Schusterman-Benson Library
- Skiatook Library
- South Broken Arrow Library
- Suburban Acres Library
- Zarrow Regional Library
More locations will be added soon.
- All Tulsa City-County Library locations offer wireless Internet access (Wi-Fi) to users who have a device (laptop, notebook, Mac, PDA, cell phone) that is 802.11 (a, b or G) compatible.
- The service is free and available during the hours the library is open. Other than keeping the service up and running, the library cannot offer any technical support for user hardware or connection settings. The library cannot guarantee that your device will be able to connect to our wireless service.
- The library’s wireless access is not a secure network. Cautious and informed users should not transmit any personal information – like credit card numbers, passwords or other sensitive data – while using this service. In addition, the library recommends that users have up-to-date virus and spam protection on their devices. The library is not responsible for any compromised information or hardware/software damage due to security issues.
- Users will need to operate on battery power as library outlets are not available for use with this service except in designated areas at some library locations. Rearranging of library furniture to access an available outlet is not permitted.
- This wireless access is available in as much of a building as possible, but users may encounter "dead" spots where wireless reception is unavailable or limited.
- When using sound, customers are expected to use headphones so as not to disturb other customers.
- Any restriction or monitoring of a minor’s access to the library’s wireless network is the sole responsibility of the parent or guardian.
- Tulsa City-County Library assumes no responsibility for the safety of equipment or for compromise of device configurations, security or data files resulting from connection to the library's wireless access.
- TCCL’s “Internet Usage and Safety Policy” is incorporated into this policy and is applicable to Wi-Fi users at the library.