Wireless Internet Access
The library provides free, open wireless internet access to any patron in the building. You do not have to be a Belmont resident, nor Minuteman card holder to use the wireless. Look for the network named Belmont-Public-Library.
Frequently Asked Questions
The name of the library’s network is Belmont-Public-Library.
There is no password to connect to the wireless network.
Everywhere! You can connect throughout the building including in the Children’s Room and Assembly Room on the lower level, in the East and West Wings on the main level, and on the Balcony.
Printing is not currently available through our wireless network.
Yes, you may print from library PCs for 10 cents a page in black and white, or 25 cents for color. Use your email or a flash drive to transfer a document from your wireless device to a library computer.
A laptop equipped with a wireless network interface card (802.11b or later), or a mobile device that is Wi-Fi compatible.
You may need to refresh your wifi connections. Go to wireless connections & refresh.
We regret that we cannot configure your equipment for you. For additional help please contact your device’s manufacturer, Internet Service Provider or other knowledgeable person to help you configure your equipment.
The Library’s wireless network is a public network and is not secure.