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The MLC Guest WLAN is the main wireless network on campus for guests on campus. It is an open network that requires users to register via a captive portal before users are able to access the Internet. The MLC Guest WLAN has access to a limited number of campus-specific web properties, so internal users should instead log into the MLC Academic WLAN or MLC Student WLAN.

Who Can Connect

This is open to guests, faculty, staff, and students to connect to and use at any time. You do not need to have your device registered in the past, or have a campus-owned device either.

Guests will need to have a passcode (which can change periodically). Please contact the front desk or talk with another member of the campus for the current passcode. They will need to log into the MLC Portal and then visit Portal > Information > Network Guest Codes to retrieved the current passcode.

How To Connect

Any computing device with a web browser and a wireless network adapter are able to connect to the MLC Guest WLAN wireless network. The following instructions will help you get started.

  1. Connect To the MLC Guest WLAN with your computing device and open a web browser.
  2. Read the Acceptable Use Policy, scroll to the bottom of the screen and click on the “I agree” button to proceed.
  3. Choose who you are.
  4. Guest: Please enter your full name and the passcode you received from someone on the faculty or staff of Martin Luther College.
  5. MLC User: Please enter your MLC Account username and password.
  6. You now have access to the internet for a 24 hour period as a guest or 7 days as an MLC user.

If, at any point, you have any issues. Please stop by Network Services on the second floor of the Wittenberg Collegiate Center.


I do not know the passcode needed as a guest.

I cannot get the captive portal page to come up.

network-services/wireless/guest.1467213901.txt.gz · Last modified: 2018/07/30 17:36 (external edit)