UARK Wi-Fi is the recommended network for UARK users, offering unrestricted and secure access to all Web locations and services.
Note: Due to known issues with Windows 7, users are required to add university wireless networks manually.
Troubleshooting Note: If you are experiencing problems connecting, remove the connection profile from your device and create a new one. To remove the connection:
To create a new connection, click Add and continue with the steps above starting at step 4.
Wireless is a shared medium. Devices in use on the same access point can affect the speed at which you connect. Legacy devices that connect to access points can cause newer devices that support faster speeds to instead connect at the slower speed. This is expected functionality. We recommend using the 5 GHz frequency, rather than 2.4 GHz, if your device supports it.
For continued problems with your Wi-Fi, visit the Help, my Wi-Fi does not work! article.
Please note that anti-Virus software from such vendors such as McAfee and Norton are known to block authentication to our network. In order to use ResNet, it will be necessary to remove them from your computer. Both software packages require a downloadable removal tool from their manufacturer. It is also a good chance that any free software that claims to protect your computer may also stop authentication.
If you are unable to access the Internet after following these instructions, or if you need further assistance, please contact the ResNet Help Desk.