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Cese del servicio de la red “ICANN-Rooms” en los hoteles

La ICANN ha decidido utilizar las redes de wifi provistas por cada hotel en lugar de crear sus propios identificadores de red SSID en los hoteles. Los hoteles operan redes de wifi que se muestran con el nombre de la ICANN mediante un SSID. Sin embargo, la ICANN no es propietaria de estas redes, y tampoco las gestiona o controla. Por lo tanto, continuar ofreciendo estas redes con el nombre de la ICANN es incorrecto y puede generar confusiones. Tengan a bien usar las opciones de wifi proporcionadas por su hotel para conectarse a la red desde su habitación durante la reunión ICANN66 y en nuestras próximas reuniones.

Aclaramos que este cambio afecta únicamente al servicio de wifi en las habitaciones de los hoteles. La ICANN continuará brindando redes seguras en el centro de conferencias. Quedamos a su disposición para cualquier consulta.

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