eduroam Secure Guest Sponsorship Portal
Description: The Secure Guest Sponsor Portal will allow registered administrators (sponsors) across campus departments an alternative means to allow network access for visitors. This method should be used for small to medium levels of granting guest access. The preferred method for large visitor access (such as conferences) will be the standard UNC-Guest access requests which should be […]
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WiFi Tips
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Connecting to the UNC Wired Network
Description: Connecting your computer to the University network involves three steps: Finding your network card(s) hardware address. Registering your network card(s) hardware address. Configuring your system for the University wired or wireless network (Some Game Systems).
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What are the Restrictions for UNC-Guest Wireless? (Onyen Restricted)
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unc.edu Subdomain Administrators (Onyen Restricted)
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What should I use for IP net mask and default gateway configuration for private campus networks (sorted by subnet)? (Onyen Restricted)
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What should I use for IP net mask and default gateway configuration for private campus networks (sorted by VLAN ID)? (Onyen Restricted)
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Connecting to the UNC Wireless Network
Description: Important Reminder: On October 16, UNC-Secure will be removed from the campus network and permanently replaced by eduroam. Students, faculty and staff are strongly encouraged to make the switch before this date. Operating System (All) eduroam UNC-PSK Windows 7/8/8.1/10 * 8 RT Mac OS X (10.6 – 10.10.x) Linux iOS (8.x) Android (4.x.x – 5.x.x) […]
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Campus IPv6 DNS Policy
Description: The ITS Networking IP Services group at UNC-Chapel Hill will only register globally unique, routable IPv6 addresses in campus DNS. We reserve the right to refuse any non-global or non-native (i.e. tunneled) IPv6 address. We encourage clients to request ITS-distributed IPv6 addresses appropriate for their assigned VLAN to register in campus DNS. As with IPv4, […]
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How do I disable IPv6 on Mac OS X?
Description: The University has noticed that some Apple computers have experienced issues connecting reliably to the UNC wireless network.  Turning off the IPv6 protocol may reduce the occurrence of these issues.  To do so please follow the instructions based on your version of Mac OS X.  
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