Wifi WiFi Troubleshooting

Sporadic Wifi Connection

Erratic wifi can sometimes be caused by the device’s network interface attempting to connect to multiple networks in the same area, such as “LVUSD-Guest” and “LVUSD” within the district. Removing the Guest network from your “Remembered” networks list can sometimes resolve this issue. PLEASE NOTE: The Guest network is highly restricted, so please do not attempt to use it on your devices. Instead, log into the “LVUSD” network as outlined under the Wi-Fi section of your respective OS.

Mac OSX

  1. Click on the WiFi icon on the top menu bar
  2. Select “Open Network Preferences”
  3. Navigate to “Advanced”
  4. Select “LVUSD-Guest” if it’s on the list, and click the “-” button to remove it
  5. Close the window, click “Apply” in the Network settings window, and restart WiFi

Windows 7

  1. Click on the WiFi icon in the taskbar
  2. Select “Open Network and Sharing Center”
  3. Navigate to “Manage Wireless Networks”
  4. Select “LVUSD-Guest” if it’s on the list, and click Remove (NOTE: You may need to click “Change adapter” and look through the available options to find the active network interface)
  5. Close the window and restart WiFi

Windows 10

  1. Click on the WiFi icon in the taskbar
  2. Select “Network Settings”
  3. Click on “Manage known networks” under “Wi-Fi” (the first network adapter, if your device has multiple)
  4. Select “LVUSD-Guest” it it’s on the list, and click “Forget” (NOTE: If you have multiple network adapters, do the same for “Wi-Fi 2” and any others)
  5. Close the window and restart WiFi