|ResNet Office Hours for Fall 2017|
|10:00 AM - 6:30 PM|
10:00 AM - 6:30 PM
|Wednesday||10:00 AM - 6:30 PM|
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
2:30 PM - 6:30 PM
10:00 AM - 6:30 PM
Hours Subject to Change, Check Back Often!
Illegal downloading? Not on our network.
ResNet offers Internet access support for persons staying in the UNL Residence Halls. We can help you install the software necessary to use the campus network.
Access to the Internet at the Residence Halls is free; however, you will need a network adapter (built into most computers) and software configured on your computer. There is also a Residence Hall Registration Database that controls access. You will need to register your computer the first time you access the network and periodically after that.
The ResNet Office is located on the 1st floor of Sandoz, right where the Welcome Center connects to Sandoz, for directions, call ResNet at 472-3535.
Residence Hall Network access:
All residents will have at least one network port active in their room by the first day the halls are open.
If you are having connection problems on a Windows machine, you may need to release and renew your IP address. See the Troubleshooting instructions for details.
Everyone is strongly encouraged to take the opportunity to install or update his or her antivirus software. Residents accessing the Internet from can download the new Symantec free of charge from http://antivirus.unl.edu/ If you have a trial version of Anti-virus, you do not need to pay to renew it, you have the option to un-install the trial version and download and install the University licensed version of Symantec. Same if your regular Anti-virus has expired.
All computers connecting through the ResNet will need to be registered through the SafeConnect System. Information is available here:
The Safeconnect Policy
Residence Hall network bandwidth quotas
Information Services-Networking, with input from ResNet Support, the Help Desk and University Housing, has developed a plan to improve outbound traffic performance of the UNL Residence Hall computer network. The plan involves outbound bandwidth allocations and began on January 31st 2005, with active monitoring of bandwidth use for outbound network traffic only. For more information click the "Quotas" link above.
A very useful tool if your computer is running slow or not connecting at all is Malwarebytes. There is a free version available for download from Malwarebytes.com.
If your network connection seems very slow, you can check your actual speed to several sites beginning here:speedtest.net