Help improve Harvard's wireless network. Submit your location if you are experiencing slow speeds
or having trouble maintaining a connection.
Did you know...
More people, slower WiFi
Densely populated areas impact wireless performance. For this reason, you may
experience slower speeds in fully occupied lecture halls and common spaces.
Building materials are barriers
Harvard's campus is home to historic buildings that often contain thick interior walls.
Thick walls interfere with signal strength. If you are in a building that has not yet been renovated,
connectivity will likely be slower than in a more modern building.
Are you near a wireless access point? At home, we generally think of these as routers
or modems. Sometimes wireless access points have antennas or look like oversized smoke detectors. The
closer you are to an access point, the stronger your signal should be.