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ResNet

Using the residence hall internet is easy

Connect

  • Connect your devices to the  "fgcu-housing" wireless network to get started
  • For additional security, and to not have to worry about changing networks between campus and housing, join "eduroam" by visiting

eduroam registration

Browse/Play

Once you're connected you have access to anything on the Internet.  If you have a gaming console, like an Xbox, or Playstation, we recommend you register it following these instructions.

Tip:  Use the wired port in your room for your gaming devices to get a better experience

Instructions

How your internet works

The network on-campus works differently than a home network. Internet is provided to you through two sources: a wireless network and a wired network. We have supplied hundreds of commercial wireless access points throughout all of our living locations in South Village and North Lake Village. However, the wireless network is a shared resource. This means that the more users who use a given wireless access point, the more likely users on that access point may experience slow performance and/or disconnecting from the network.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How do I report problems?

  • How do I set up my wireless printer?

  • Can I use my own router/switch?

  • Does device X work on the housing network?

  • Is there a way to improve my Internet surfing experience?  

  • Is there a way to improve the wireless signal in my room?