In order to connect to IUP’s network, whether wired or wireless, you’ll need to know your network username and password. You can find your password or reset your password by logging into URSA.
To register for the wired connection in your room, plug in and try to use a Web browser. Follow the instructions to update your computer to use the network using your network account information. You can also go to the iconnect webpage to update your computer in advance. See information about in-room ethernet connections and the Resnet Setup Guide for other details.
Devices such as laptops, smartphones, and tablets should all be able to use the wireless connection. You can get help connecting to the wireless at the IT Support Center.
The IT Support Center has instructions on connecting Personal Mobile Devices to the wireless network connection.
IUP does not provide support for personal printers. You can use a personal printer connected directly to your computer using a USB cable.
If you have a wireless printer, please disable the wireless to prevent interference. You cannot connect a printer directly to IUP’s network.
You cannot use game machines on IUP’s wireless network. They do not have the ability to authenticate wirelessly on our network. Note that wireless-only streaming devices such as Chromecast and Roku Streaming Sticks will not work on IUP’s wireless network.
You can register devices such as game machines, Roku boxes, Smart TVs, and Blu-Ray players for the wired network. Note that you need to provide the MAC or physical address of the wired device (there is no registration for wireless devices). If you cannot find the MAC address using these instructions, then check with the manufacturer’s website or user’s manual.
Note that you need your IUP network username and password to access the Network Registration page. Username should be in the form of iupmsd\username, where “username” is your four-letter username.
You can use the Network Registration Page to register devices that are not computers, but which can access the network via the wired connection.
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