A person using a personally-owned device using UNI's data network in residence halls or apartments.
Unfortunately, Roku players do not support WPA Enterprise, which is the wireless network type we use. Therefore, they are unable to connect wirelessly. However, if your Roku has an Ethernet port, then you 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 Roku and register it with our network before you are able to receive access.
Ensure that you have a compatible Roku player with an Ethernet port. The Roku 3 is the most recent Roku that offers this feature.
AppleTV can connect both wirelessly and via Ethernet cable to the data port in your residence hall room.
To connect wirelessly, you'll need to connect via Ethernet first.
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
Recent Security Flaws
In the past few weeks, many Internet applications have announced security flaws in their products, such as Adobe Flash and Oracle Java. Having old versions of this software on your computer cause it to be at risk of virus...Read more
ResNet Job Openings
ResNet has job openings for the 2013-2014 school year. This is a great opportunity for you to work with technology and advance your teamwork and customer service skills. To apply, visit the ResNet Jobs page....Read more
Note: These instructions are designed to help students living on-campus at the University of Northern Iowa. If you find them beneficial, feel free to use them, but no support will be able to be provided unless you live on-campus at UNI.
If you receive the message: "Windows System Error - A duplicate name exists on the network", this means there is another computer with the same name as your computer's on ResNet. Having a duplicate name on the network will not cause you problems with Internet connectivity, but this message will continue to appear.
To change your name on the network:
1. Right click on your My Computer icon and select Properties.
2. Select the tab labled Computer Name and click on the Change button.