Free WiFi (Wireless DSL) is available, with outlets provided for device charging, inside the Library during open hours and accessible 6 am – 10 pm outside of the Library, adjacent to the street in front of the building.
To access the Internet:
· Make sure your wifi is on
· Select the Mendo Public Library connection
· Open your browser
· In the “connection box” that pops up, select Connect
· If the box doesn’t pop up right away, type fortbragglibrary.org in your browser and hit enter
· At this point, you should be online!
Need further assistance? Ask any staff member for help.
Please be conscious of the dangers to personal information transmitted and received over the internet when using an open wireless system. Change your passwords often.
Security: The network uses encryption to protect the wireless information sent and received by your device within the confines of the Fort Bragg Branch Library. Nearly all websites on the Internet use SSL/TLS encryption to protect sensitive information communicated between your device and the website in question. WiFi users should maintain personal security software to protect against malware and viruses on the Internet.
Mendocino County Library assumes no responsibility for use or misuse of this free WiFi public service.
Please do not leave your personal items unsupervised in the Library. We cannot watch your items and will not be responsible for loss or damage.
**WiFi printing from mobile devices or laptops is not available at this time. We apologize for the inconvenience.