Wireless “WI-FI” Access Policy
The London Library provides a free Internet access point or “hot spot” for users with portable computers or devices capable of receiving wireless signals during normal library business hours.
Library staff can provide general information or handouts for connecting your device to the wireless network, but cannot troubleshoot problems related to your wireless device or assist in making changes to your device’s network settings and/or hardware configuration. The Library cannot guarantee that your device will work with the Library’s wireless access point.
The Library will not be responsible for any information (i.e. credit card) that is compromised, or for any damage caused to your hardware or software due to electric surges, security issues or consequences caused by viruses or hacking.
Printers are not available via the wireless connection at this time.
Use of our access point is governed by the London Public Library’s “Wireless ‘WI-FI’ Access Policy” and “Guidelines for use of OPLIN and the Internet Policy”.
The London Public Library has nine public computers available on a first come, first served basis. Computer sessions are 30 minutes long and can be extended if time and availability permit. The public computers shut off 10 minutes before closing. A library card is not required to use the public computers.