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Wi-Fi network

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Wi-Fi is the name of the technology that allows users to access a local wireless network connected to the Internet.

What is Wi-Fi?

Wi-Fi is the name of the technology that allows users to access a local wireless network connected to the Internet.

The Old Port’s Wi-Fi network is provided free of charge within an area along the Promenade from the Maison des Éclusiers (West) to Shed 16 (East).

How do I access Wi-Fi on the Quays?

To access Wi-Fi on the Quays of the Old Port, you need a wireless-enabled computer or PDA.

While you are on the Promenade (see map of coverage area), simply tell your device to connect to the network called "Vieux-Port de Montréal"

Next, open your Web browser. A connection page will open. Click "Connect" and you’re done! You will now be able to surf the Web.