In-Room Ethernet Connections

  • Suites

    Suites Wall JackIf you live in one of the Suite buildings, any port that ends with an “A” (for example, 123-AA, 124A-BA, 125D-AA, etc.) will be activated for wired ethernet. Plug your network cable into the closest port and the other end into the computer or device itself. Some suites may also have ports active in common areas, such as kitchens and living rooms. Active ports in a shared room will be on opposite sides of the room.

    See How to Connect My Computer or Other Device to the Internet if you have trouble connecting to the internet with an ethernet cable.

    Ethernet Cable

    Ethernet CableMake sure you have the correct type of ethernet cable. It needs to be a category 5 or category 6 networking cable. You cannot access the network with a phone cable.


    There is wireless internet access throughout the suites. 

    For help setting up wireless, contact the IT Support Center.

    Game Machines and Other Network Devices

    You can register other wired network devices, such as game machines, Blu-ray players, and smart TVs by following the instructions on the How to Connect My Computer or Other Device to the Internet.

    Traditional Halls

    In the traditional residence hall on the IUP campus, Whitmyre Hall, every room has two active ethernet ports.