ResNet - Your On-Campus Network

What Is ResNet?

Students living in University Housing residence halls and apartments use ResNet to get online from their rooms. ResNet stands for "Residential Network." It is a collaborative partnership between University Housing and Information Technology Services (ITS) to provide local network and Internet services to residents living on campus. University Housing provides the front-line support and is the liaison between the student and ITS to solve technical problems with network connectivity.

* Alerts *

Router Connectivity Concerns

Analysis of recent campus-wide network outages has uncovered that some students are incorrectly connecting their personal routers.

  • Click here for more information.
  • Click here for a flier showing you how to properly connect your router. (PDF)

ResNet Availability

Click here to see the availability of Wi-Fi and wired (Ethernet) connections in rooms and common areas.

Self Help

To get you online as quickly as possible, we now have Self Help instructions. Jump down to the Adding a device to ResNet section to get your device connected to our network, or visit the Troubleshooting section when you continue to have problems.

Troubleshooting

Sometimes, even once you have connected your device, you encounter issues. Try using these tips to help yourself when you run into trouble.

Adding a device to ResNet

To get started, click on the device you want to connect to ResNet in the table below. If you are still unable to get connected, the Self Help instructions will tell you how to get in touch with us to set up problem ticket and get a technician to assist you.

Support Levels

  1. Preferred Support
    • The assistance to connect to the university network, not restricted by corruption of the operating system, outdated firmware, hardware failure, language limitations, or need for additional software or hardware, will be assigned a technician to assist if requested.
  2. Limited Support
    • Published information will be provided for self-help. Will be assigned a technician to assist if requested at a lower priority than Preferred Support. Solutions are not guaranteed.
  3. Not Supported
    • Equipment is either prohibited or not compatible with our network.

Other Useful Information

Outages

Antivirus

To access ResNet, we highly recommend that you install Symantec AntiVirus on your computer, provided by the university to all students free of charge.

Speed Tests

Info Links