Wireless Access


The Autauga-Prattville Public Library provides an unsecured wireless access network for users with wireless electronic devices. This service is not to be used as a permanent connection. Wireless access is less secure than wired access. Signal strength may vary in the building and there is no printing capability.


By choosing to use this free wireless access, users agree to abide by this policy that prohibits abusive or illegal activity while using the access.


The library cannot guarantee that your hardware will work with the library’s wireless access network. If a user experiences problems connecting to a wireless access point, staff will verify that the library’s wireless network is operational, but staff are not trained to configure or troubleshoot all wireless devices. Please refer to your owner’s manual or other support.


The library’s wireless access network provides no security between access points and our device; therefore someone in the library or outside can potentially capture information sent to or from your device. That includes passwords, credit card information, personal information, etc. Users are also urged to have up-to-date virus protection on their wireless devices.


Use of the library’s wireless network is entirely at the risk of the user. The library assumes no responsibility for the safety of equipment or data files.