Wireless

Mines provides wireless 802.11ac networks throughout campus, in the academic buildings and residence halls.  The names of the networks are CSMwireless, CSMguest, and eduroam.

CSMwireless serves all Mines community members.  In order to connect to CSMwireless the computer, specifically the wireless card MAC address, needs to be registered with CCIT.  Register my computer.  The wireless network card also needs to be set for DHCP IP addressing, almost always the default setting. Please locate the instructions for your particular operating system on the following page.  System Settings.

CSMguest serves all non-Mines community members.  For information on how to connect see Guest Access.

eduroam serves all members of https://www.eduroam.org/.  For information on how to connect see eduroam.

Access to the wireless network may be turned off due to a virus infection on your computer. If we have turned off your network access due to a virus, you should receive an e-mail from us providing more information on how to clean and patch your machine.  If you require assistance cleaning and patching your computer, please send mail to consultants@mines.edu and schedule a time to work with a consultant.

Contact CCIT Networking

Networking & Telecommunications
1650 Arapahoe Street
Golden, CO 80401
303-273-3431
Do you have questions, comments or need help?  Visit the Mines Help Center "Helpdesk".
 
Phil Romig, Director
303-273-3866
 
303-384-2208
 
Steve Wittstruck
303-273-3676
 
303-273-2786
 
Jeff Culligan
303-273-3949
 
303-273-3900
 
George Hendricks
303-384-2170
 

Networking Services