There will be no access to the Public Library Wireless Network from 5pm Friday 12 September to 9am Monday 15 September, due to an infrastructure relocation by our wireless network provider.
There will be no public computer access on Wednesday 17 September from 10am until approximately 2pm due to a scheduled server upgrade. Wireless internet access will be unaffected at this time.
Photocopying services will be continue to be available during both the WiFi and the public computer outages.
We apologise for any inconvenience and thank you for your patience as we make improvements to these services.
Tea Tree Gully Library has recently upgraded its public WiFi network to simplify and upgrade access for users.
Now it’s easier than ever to access the new wireless network. Whether you bring in your own laptop, tablet or smartphone into the Library to connect to the network, all you need to connect and log on to the network is your Library card from any SA public library and your pin.
You’ll then be asked to accept a simplified version of the Terms and Conditions of Use. You will also have direct access to browse the Library catalogue.
There are new WiFi handouts in the Library to guide you through the changes and staff can always provide assistance if needed.
Full instructions are available on the Library website.
Plus, users now have a 200MB download quota per WiFi session – a significant increase from the former 70MB quota. Yay for more browsing time and for being able to upload more content!