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  • From Information Services: Information Services is aware of the capacity, stability, and coverage problems with the university's WiFi network. There are two key factors that contribute to these WiFi...

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  • To set up your Macintosh to connect to the university's uowireless network, click on the Airport menu in the menu bar and select uowireless Open a web browser such as Firefox or Safari For...
  • Useful Host Information The following information is specific to University of Oregon network. Domain name: uoregon.edu Domain Name Servers: Recursive for Eugene campus: adns.uoregon.edu 128.223....
  • iOS devices (iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad) come configured to automatically offer to join wireless networks. To connect to uowireless: Select the Settings icon Select Wi-Fi Select '...
  • To Connect to uowireless with Windows 7: Go to Start  > Control Panel Click on Network and Internet Click on Connect to a network below the “Network and Sharing Center” header. This will...
  • Please note: The university has discontinued its modem (dial-up) internet service as of February 12, 2015.   To Connect to UOnet with a modem and Windows Vista: Go to Start > Control...
  • Please note: The university has discontinued its modem (dial-up) internet service as of February 12, 2015.   From the Apple menu select System Preferences > Network On the TCP/IP tab,...
  • UO Secure is a network that allows users to authenticate once and bypass future authentications. These instructions are intended for Mac OS X 10.5 and 10.6 although the process may work with older...
  • UO Secure is a secured network using WPA2 encryption that allows users to log in once and skip most future authentications.   How to authenticate   1.Click the Menu button and select '...
  • This page explains how to set up your Android device to use the UO Secure wireless network. (Tested on Android 1.6, 2.1, 2.2 and 4.2.1) UO Secure is a secured network using WPA2 encryption that...
  • The following link will take you to the Network Jack Activation form provided by Network and Telecom Services.
  • Guests visiting the University of Oregon can access the university's wireless network and the internet by either using eduroam or by having a UO faculty or staff member sponsor guest access. This...
  • Static IP address is an alternative to the default dynamic IP address. A static IP will be fixed and most reliably reached.  Using static IP address assignment for all devices on the home...
  • This document explains the steps in getting a static IP address on android devices. The steps will vary with different versions of android.  This document is aimed towards the most recent...
  •   This article will explain static IP addresses and walk through the process of getting a static IP on mac. Static IP addresses mean that you will keep the same IP address every time you connect...
  • Connecting to UO Secure is possible by running the standard setup process provided by the university, but there is also a way to connect to this network manually. To set up the UO Secure wireless...
  • Are you new to VPN? If you are new to using the university's VPN software, please use Cisco AnyConnect. For a complete list of our VPN software and an overview of the VPN software we offer, see...
  • You will need an internet connection to download the XpressConnect app.  You can connect to uowireless, login using your DuckID credentials on a web browser, and then download the app. You'll be...
  • Quick-start checklist Claim your Duck ID If you haven't already claimed your Duck ID, this step is critical! You'll use your Duck ID for email, wireless, Canvas, and other UO online services...
  • To connect to eduroam from a Chromebook, follow these steps: Open Network Settings. On most Chromebooks, you can find this by clicking the clock in the bottom right corner of the screen, then...
  • Please fill out the following form to request a network firewall port. An RT ticket will be created in response to your request. If further information is required, we will contact you via RT at the...
  • Once you've added a wireless network to your computer or phone, the device will try to join that network whenever it is within range. However, sometimes you don't want your device to...
  • The following link will take you to the IP Address Request form for Network and Telecom Services.
  • This page explains how to use the sponsors.uoregon.edu website, which was updated on January 22, 2016. One of the ways that guests visiting the University of Oregon can gain access to UO's...
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