Public Wi-Fi Access
The United States District Court for the Northern District of Oklahoma provides free wireless local area network (WLAN) access, commonly called "Wi-Fi," in public areas of the Page Belcher and Boulder Federal Buildings. The WLAN is available during normal business hours. Wi-Fi access in the courtrooms is not authorized unless approved by a U.S. District Judge.
In order to connect to the Court's WLAN, or Wi-Fi, your device must have a Wi-Fi-compatible network card installed. Access is provided in a limited number of public locations throughout the courthouse. Some wireless card software may require additional procedures and/or setting changes. Please consult your user's manual or contact your hardware or software provider for any additional assistance.
Once your device picks up the wireless signal, select the wireless network:
- Page Belcher Building SSID/Network Name = c333
- Boulder Building SSID/Network Name = c224
The United States District Court for the Northern District of Oklahoma has technology available for use by counsel in most courtrooms. The technology may vary between courtrooms. If you want to ensure the equipment is available and/or schedule an opportunity to test your presentation on the courtroom equipment for an upcoming trial or hearing, please contact the appropriate courtroom deputy. Please click on one of the links below for information about the available technology in our courtrooms:
The Northern District of Oklahoma maintains a public website for the convenience of the public, bar, and media. We welcome feedback on the design and content of our website through email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please review the information about our website using the links below: