If you're visiting the University of Otago and only require internet access, you can use the UO_Guest network, which is available at all locations where the University wireless networks are provided.

A UO_Guest account provides access to the internet for up to:

  • 31 days
  • 5GB data per day
  • two devices at a time


  1. Select the UO_Guest network from the list of available networks on your device. A webpage should open automatically with the login screen. If it doesn't, open a web browser manually and the page should open.
  2. At the login screen, click on the Don't have an account? link and follow the prompts to create a new account. If you already have an existing UO_Guest account, enter your login details here. You will be required to provide a working email address and contact phone number.
  3. Your UO_Guest credentials will be emailed to the account provided. You will need to be able able to access your email to collect your password. Once you have received your username and password, click the Sign On button.
  4. You are required to read and accept the University network regulations. You will be unable to access the internet until this is done.

    Screenshot of the acceptance prompt for the University network regulations

    After you click Accept you will be redirected to the ITS Visitor Network Access page, and you should now be able to access the internet.

UO_Guest account expiration

Your UO_Guest will expire after 31 days, or if you have not used your account for seven continuous days.

The login page will appear but you won't be able to log in with your existing UO_Guest credentials.

If you still need access to the internet, you can create a new account by clicking on the Don't have an account? link on the UO_Guest login page.

Further information

Visitor network access

From within ISE, people with appropriate access on their "PA" account can use the Manage Accounts option to perform tasks such as password resets, account extensions, deletions, and edits.

Screenshot of guest access in ISE

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