Meetinghouse Internet use

The following information is intended for people in meetinghouses who are selected for the Meetinghouse Internet Change Pilot.

There are two ways to connect to the Internet in meetinghouses:

  1. Connect to the LDSAccess wireless network (the wireless password may be freely shared with those participating in the pilot)
  2. Connect to an available network jack (A wired connection is preferred for streaming videos. Network cable required.)


  • If you have questions about Meetinghouse Internet, please contact your stake or district technology specialist

Understanding Internet Filtering

Meetinghouse Internet filters inappropriate sites. If you are blocked from accessing a site that you feel should be allowed, please contact your stake or district technology specialist.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can I talk to if I’m not authorized to access something that I need?
Contact your stake or district technology specialist.

Are there times when I should use a wired connection instead of wireless?
Yes. Use a wired connection for permanently located computers and high-bandwidth, real-time applications whenever possible.

What do I do if I can’t get access through a wired network jack?
Contact your stake or district technology specialist.

Where can I go to find additional information on Meetinghouse Internet?
The stake technology specialist (STS) is responsible for helping people who have questions or experience problems with Meetinghouse Internet.

This page was last modified on 12 July 2012, at 15:28.

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