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01 Connect to District WiFi

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The vast majority of current laptops and mobile devices have built-in Wi-Fi support that allow you to connect to the District’s wireless network for Internet access.  Our wireless network requires authentication, and options are provided for District-owned and personal devices.  Guest access is also available.  Below you will find instructions for each of these options.

Employee Login With a Personal Tablet, Laptop, or Phone

If you are a District employee wanting to connect your personal device to the District’s wireless network:

  • Go to the Wireless settings on your device, and choose the LBUSD-WEB WiFi network.
  • Open the web browser on your device.
  • You will see a login screen where you should enter your normal LBUSD network ID and password.  Once you have logged in successfully, your device will have Internet access via the LBUSD-WEB Wi-Fi network.

District-Owned Laptops

If you have in your possession a District-owned laptop device, issued to you by your school site:

  • Your District-owned device can (and should) be configured by Technology & Information Services to automatically connect to the District wireless network whenever the device is turned on and in range of the wireless system.
  • To have your District-owned device configured for wireless access, please contact the HelpDesk at x8411, or email your request to in Groupwise.

Guest Access

If you are a guest visiting our District:

  • You may contact our HelpDesk and receive, within a few minutes, a temporary username and password which will give you access to the LBUSD-WEB Wi-Fi network during your visit. 
  • Call 562-997-8411, or email to register yhour request.  You may then use the temporary username and password to log into the LBUSD-WEB Wi-Fi network, following the same instructions given for Employee Login above.

If You Encounter Persistent Difficulties Logging in

Our goal is to always serve your needs, and we will do our best to help you.  However, the LBUSD HelpDesk can only provide limited support for the wide variety of devices and operating systems found on mobile devices.