Accessing SFS WiFi From Mac OS X

If your Mac isn't already connected automatically to the SFSWLAN wireless network, it may prompt you to join a wireless network once it is detected. If not, you can also select a WiFi network manually. From the WiFi menu (AirPort menu), choose the SFSWLAN network.

Once you are connected to the SFSWLAN network go into an internet browser and login into the system to be granted internet access at 
uac.sfs.or.kr if you are not automatically taken there as soon as you open the browser.

*On some versions of Safari, uac.seoulforeign.org may come up in lieu of uac.sfs.or.kr.  

**Recommended browser: Google Chrome

 

Your Username and Password are as follows

  •  USER: first.last.graduatingyear (ex: andrey.ten.17)
  • PASS: sfhs##### (your 5-digit ID number)

 

 

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Accessing SFS WiFi From Windows 8

 First, you’ll need to locate the network icon in the task bar. It should resemble a staircase. Once the charms bar pops up with the selection of Wireless networks, select SFSWLAN

 

Once you are connected to the SFSWLAN network go into an internet browser and login into the system to be granted internet access at uac.sfs.or.kr if you are not automatically taken there as soon as you open the browser.

Your Username and Password are as follows

  •  USER: first.last.graduatingyear (ex: andrey.ten.17)
  • PASS: sfhs##### (your 5-digit ID number)

 

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