Yeah, but it's still an interstitial… the page requires entering your email and clicking a button… "login" or not you still have to hit the form to clear the firewall - and you do that every two hours.

Port 80 is open, 5190 is open, 21 is not (I "hide" a backup on my FTP server on 5190 - aka Oscar or AOL AIM - to get around that firewall block). They also block SSL email on that network.

The secure WiFi has a x501 login, if I remember right.

On Sep 3, 2013, at 8:47 PM, Michael Berkowski <mjb at> wrote:

> On Tue, 03 Sep 2013, Ryan Coleman said:
>> The U networks have an interstitial page that requires you sign in before using… could your DNS be trying to override their settings and keeping you from getting to the domain (or whatever it is - when hockey season starts next month {!!!!!!} I will know the exact login script)?
> The UofM Guest network has a TOS click through where you supply an email
> address, I think, and the "UofM" network has the interstitial login screen
> for staff/student logins, but the "UofM Secure" and the new eduroam
> networks don't have a login screen.
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