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This article explains how to connect home or consumer-grade devices like Game Consoles, Televisions, Amazon Fire TV, Roku and other similar devices to ISU’s enterprise network.
Use this guide if you are having trouble connecting to our wireless network. This guide lists devices and/or device specifications that are compatible with our ISU network. It also lists devices that are known to have problems connecting to our network.
This article describes how to connect your device to the ISU-OPEN wireless network. Guest without an Indiana State University should follow these steps to create a temporary account that will allow them to access the ISU-OPEN network during their visit.
This article describes how to connect to the ISU-OPEN wireless network for students, faculty, and staff.
This article will provide general information about eduroam at Indiana State University. The target audience is students, faculty and staff.
Access to the ISU campus network (ISU-Secure) is now available in Parking Lot M.
This article describes how to connect your device to the ISU-SECURE network. These steps should be followed by students, faculty, staff and anyone with an Indiana State University account provided by a campus sponsor. This is a secure network and is the preferred network to be used by students, faculty and staff conducting Indiana State University business.
Students, faculty, and staff may need internet access if they do not have it at home. Some free sources do exist.
You can test your Internet connection speeds to see if your service is adequate to work from home. This article also contains suggestions for evaluating whether your internet service provider and/or your setup in your home are adequate for the best connection speeds.