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ResNet

Residence Hall Network & Computing

About Us

ResNet is responsible for providing internet access and technology support to all resident students.

Services Provided

We will help students assess any computer problem and try to resolve all issues within our means.

Network Access

Information on how to connect your PC, Mac, mobile device, and more to the KU wireless network.

FAQs

Here you'll find the answers to some of the most commonly asked questions we receive regarding hardware, software, account information, TVs, Wi-Fi, etc.

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Manual Device Registration

This article shows you how to find the MAC address of various devices. If your device isn't listed below, or if you're having trouble finding it, please contact the ResNet helpdesk.

Stream2

The Apogee Stream2 FAQ page provides installation and set instructions for various smart TV devices.

Cable TV Lineup

Guide to the current cable television channel lineup for campus.

BearNet Secure

BearNet Secure provides students, faculty and staff with a fully-encrypted Wi-Fi connection and is available on both north- and south-campus.

iOS Private Addresses

Apple unveiled a "private address" feature in iOS 14 to enhance security. This feature tells the device to use a different, random MAC (media access control) address for each Wi-Fi network it connects to. By default, the private address feature is enabled on devices running iOS 14.

Two-Factor Authentication: Additional Verification

Two-factor authentication relies on two forms of identity verification: something you know (username/password), and something you have with you (mobile phone). Two-factor authentication can help stop malicious hackers from pretending to be you, because even if they have your password, the odds are that they don't have your device, too.