The Classroom Network
Information for connecting to the UCLA network from general assignment classrooms
What is the Classroom Network?
The Classroom Network provides access to the UCLA Campus Backbone and the Internet from a General Assignment Classroom.
Where is the Classroom Network available?
Classroom Network ports are currently available in all General Asignment (GA) classrooms. To see what buildings have GA Classrooms, please visit our Classrooms section.
How do I connect to the Classroom Network?
In order to use the campus network from a General Assignment Classroom, you will require the following configuration:
- Windows (XP, Vista, 7) or MacOS X (10.5 Leopard - 10.7 Lion) or Linux (RedHat, Ubuntu, etc)
- A UCLA Bruin OnLine Account
(To establish a Bruin OnLine Account call: (310) 825-7452 or go to The Bruin OnLine Home Page)
- An Ethernet connector on your computer and an Ethernet cable
- TCP/IP configured for DHCP
- DNS set to 188.8.131.52 and 184.108.40.206 (Recommended)
Who do I contact for more information or to report problems while using the Classroom Network?
For more information, to arrange for a demonstration of the Classroom Network, or to report a problem, contact the Audio Visual Services department of OID. AVS can be e-mailed at email@example.com or phone (310) 206-6597.
What about wireless access?
UCLA Wireless Network Access is provided by a different department, Communications Technology Services (CTS). For information on the UCLA wireless network, visit their site.
During Spring Quarter 2008, AVS staff compiled a chart of the signal strength for the UCLA Wireless Network in all general assignment classrooms. To see the accessibility of a specific classroom, click on the report below.