Technical problems were reported during Thursdays debut, although a signal was available outside near City Hall, said Jason Lovett, the director of information technology for the city.
A signal was also available today at Third Avenue and Broad Street and First Avenue and Broad.
Lovett was working today in an attempt to get the entire network up, but he would not predict when it will be fully operational.
Wi-Fi access will eventually blanket the downtown Rome area between the Etowah and Oostanaula rivers, along Broad Street up to Third Street, and from First to Eighth avenues.
Wireless Rome is intended to be a street-level access connection, meaning the connection may or may not be available inside buildings downtown, Lovett said