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How do I access the library's wireless network?

The Orange County Library System offers wireless Internet access in all of our locations.

In order to access the OCLS Wireless Network you will need an Orange County library card that is in good standing and is cleared of all fines.

If you’re not an Orange County library card holder, and would like to get access to the wireless network, you may purchase a PC Pass at $10 for 7 consecutive days.

In order to access the OCLS Wireless Network you will need your library card number or PC Pass card number and a PIN.

To get started using the wireless network, first connect to PublicWireless and then log in with your card number and PIN.

For further details and instruction about accessing the OCLS wireless network, view the Wireless Network: How to Connect tutorial. This tutorial requires Flash Player, if you don't have Flash Player, you can download it for free. This tutorial is also available in PDF format.

View our Wireless Printing Service page to learn how you can print from your laptop to our public printers. Please note this page can only be accessed when connected to our OCLS Public Wireless Network.

If that doesn't answer your question, try searching for another question, or contact Help Desk.

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