The IUP wireless network is available across campus, including the Oak Grove.
Wireless routers are positioned in many locations to provide the best overall coverage.
Please note, if you are experiencing slowness in the residential halls, the issue could be related to wireless printers that are broadcasting in your area. You can also review the ResNet’s page on "Internet Running Slowly" for other suggestions. If you have further questions on possible issues, please log a ticket via ihelp so the issues can be researched further.
If you know your network username and password, and you have a properly updated PC or laptop, you can use these links to set up the IUP wireless network.
The IUP wireless network can be setup to use two types of
One type is by using your MyIUP/network username/password to connect. The
other type is by using a User Certificate. The User Certificate is a certificate that gets installed on the client
device. The main advantage of
configuring the client to use the certificate setup method is the client device does not need to be updated with the new password
when a user changes their MyIUP/network password. The user certificate is
valid for five years once installed on a device.
For the User Certificate setup, IUP uses a product named XpressConnect Enrollment System.
Windows 7 and later devices Username/Password Setup
Windows 7 and later devices Username/Password Manual Setup
Please note that sometimes a windows device will not prompt you for your
username and password. In this case, the IUP wireless network will need
to be set up manually.
Windows 7 and later devices User Certificate Setup
Note you will need to have Internet access or be connected to
the iconnect ssid to provision your device for User Certificate Setup.
Mac OS X Devices Username/Password Setup
MAC OS X devices User Certificate Setup
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