WiFi is available at the Leominster
The Leominster Public Library offers free WiFi Internet
access for the public.
There are no special requirements, other than that users
must bring their own laptops or other devices with wireless
connectivity and know how to connect to a WiFi network. The
name of the network is LeoLibGuest and no password is
required to connect.
In November 2016 the Library installed several new routers
to boost the WiFi network's signal and provide more complete
coverage within the building. Areas that formerly
lacked coverage, such as the Children's Room and the
Carnegie building, now receive WiFi signal. The signal
strength is now more consistent throughout the building as
Users should be aware that, as with other public WiFi
hotspots, our wireless network is not encrypted, nor is it
connected to our printers. For more information on
public wireless network safety, see the Federal Trade
Commission's Consumer Information page
Tips for Using
Public Wi-Fi Networks.
The Leominster Public Library's public WiFi
Internet access service is made possible with funding from the
Leominster Library Building Fund and
additional donations from:
Guardian Information Technologies, Inc.
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