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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Eduroam Configuration for Windows
Description: Note:  If you are using another Operating System other than Windows, then visit the document Connecting to the UNC Wireless Network – Getting Started to select your Operating System or device. This document was written for version 7 through 8.1 of the Windows operating system. Each versions may look slightly different than the screenshots below. […]
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Connecting to the UNC Wireless Network
Description: This document is published to test a new network on-boarding process. This is limited to only certain Access Points across campus, which have access to the new system. If you were not directed to this document for testing purposes then please visit Connecting to the UNC Network – Getting Started. Operating System (All) eduroam UNC-PSK […]
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Connecting Your Mac OS X Computer to the UNC Network (Onyen Restricted)
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Connecting to the UNC Network – Xbox 360
Description: Note:  The following information is provided for your convenience. Support for Game Systems on or off the campus network is limited to best-effort.  If you experience problems with any of the following instructions, you should contact the Game System Manufacturer (Microsoft). Connecting your Game System to the University network involves three steps: Finding your network […]
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DHCP Server Registration
Description: Occasionally, we have seen the appearance of “bogus/rogue” DHCP servers on the campus network, which have often been the result of someone bringing up a Windows server inappropriately configured. The impact of these is usually limited to the particular departmental VLAN that the server is in and can result in connectivity disruptions within that department. […]
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Connecting to the UNC Network – Getting Started
Description: Introduction Wired and/or  Wireless (Wi-Fi) networking should be available in all the on-campus residence halls, offices and classrooms. All CCI laptops come with a Wi-Fi built into the computer and some have a wired connection (built into the computer or by using an external adapter). Setup A Connection Instructions for getting connected will depend on the type of […]
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Connecting to the UNC Network – Misc. Device Registration and Configuration
Description: Getting connected to the UNC-Chapel Hill network involves three actions: Obtaining your device’s network hardware/MAC address Registering your network card(s) Configuring your device for the network via Wireless (Wi-Fi) or Wired. Because of the large number of devices across vendors, not every configuration utility behaves the same way. For support and specific instructions with your […]
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