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A person using a personally-owned device using UNI's data network in residence halls or apartments.

Network Configuration Settings

  1. Click the Start button in the bottom-left corner of your screen, type in the word "sharing" in the search bar. The only result shown is Network and Sharing Center. Double click that selection.
  2. In the Network and Sharing Center, click on Change adapter settings, which is located on the left column.

To connect to Wi-Fi-UNI, follow these steps:

Enable Your Device's Wireless Card
For directions on enabling your wireless card, click here

Network Configuration Settings

  1. Click the Start button in the bottom-left corner of your screen, type in the word "sharing" in the search bar. The only result shown is Network and Sharing Center. Double click that selection.
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By default, new users to ResNet should be able to connect five devices to the network through our registration process.

The following policies outline the terms of agreement for ResNet Internet access. This is a supplement to the University's Use of Computing Resources Policy.

What is an Operating System? An operating system is a program designed to run other programs on a computer. Manufacturers will drop support for older operating systems over time. To determine your computer's operating system, click here.

Internet bandwidth on ResNet is a shared resource, so the more users utilizing this in a given time, the less bandwidth there is per user. During weekdays, ResNet bandwidth is limited between 7am and 6pm. On weeknights after 6pm and weekends, ResNet shares bandwidth with UNI's campus network, providing faster download speeds. Below is a graph of ResNet's current Internet usage.

Bandwidth Graph

  1. What is ResNet?

For a good description of this, view our About Us page.  If you need immediate help, click here.

2. Why are Internet download speeds different at different times of the day?

Click here for information.

  Choose your room's location:

  1. Residence Halls (Bender, Campbell, Dancer, Hagemann, Lawther, Noehren, Rider, Shull)

  2. ROTH

  3. University Apartments (Hillside Courts, Jennings Courts)

  Peer to peer (p2p) file sharing is used to both download files and make them available for upload to other computers. Some common peer to peer clients are LimeWire, Kazaa, FrostWire, and BitTorrent.  More information on removing peer to peer software may be found here.

Dangers of File Sharing Programs

File sharing can be a useful and powerful tool; however, due to the nature of this technology, it carries with it a variety of potential problems:

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