A person using a personally-owned device using UNI's data network in residence halls or apartments.
Game consoles and Web Developer opening
1. Sony and Microsoft just released their new game consoles. ResNet is still figuring out how to best connect these devices, but if you need assistance, please contact the ResNet helpdesk at 319-273-7768. Updated connection guides will be released as...Read more
Wireless network outage 10/30 6am-7am
Network Services will be upgrading firmware for campus wireless next Wednesday, Oct 30, starting at 6am. Rolling access point reboots will occur in order to apply the new firmware. Most locations should only experience a service outage no longer than...Read more
Here you will find instructions on how to connect your Windows Phone to the wireless network.
Unsure of your operating system or the device you're using? This website will help you to determine the operating system (OS). You will find it on the button in the top right titled "Operating System."
Unfortunately, AppleTVs do not support WPA Enterprise, which is the wireless network type we use. Therefore, they are unable to connect wirelessly. However, AppleTVs are able to connect via an Ethernet cable to the data port located in your residence hall room. You will need to locate the MAC address of your AppleTV and register it with our network before you are able to receive access.
Network maintenance 9/4/13-9/5/13
Beginning at 10:00pm on September 4 and continuing until 6:00am on September 5, the ICN will be performing network maintainance on UNI's Internet2 connection. Service interruption will not last during the the entire maintenance window, but may occur throughout...Read more
If you are able to log into MyUNIverse, but cannot register your device to...Read more
3-4-13 Outage Update
Yesterday, March 4, from 4:45pm until 5:30pm all ResNet devices lost Internet access. A core network router experienced a Denial of Service attack, which caused all connections to be temporarily discarded. Once the source of the problem was identified, ITS-Network...Read more
XpressConnect may not always have a configuration for an operating system. This is most commonly encountered with some versions of Linux. If XpressConnect doesn't work on your device, you can configure it yourself by checking these settings: