Smart TV in the Residence Halls

Please refer to the Residential Life website for current information about Television in the residence halls: https://reslife.uvm.edu/content/res_halls_101/technology The UVM Tech Team can register your TV or similar (Apple TV, TiVo, Roku) in the wired Network Registration (netreg) database, but we do not offer support on these devices. We support you, the user, not the hardware, […]

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Interpreting IP addresses on the UVM network

Explanation of what the IP address for a computer connected to the UVM network (or trying to connect) indicates

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Current VPN Installer files for Helpline techs

Send these files to clients when the web install fails.

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Mac OS X self-assigned IP address or no IP address

Affected Operating Systems: OS X 10.5 Leopard OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard Problem: Mac is unable to get an IP address via DHCP, reporting either a self-assigned IP address (169.x.x.x) or no IP address. This often happens on the wireless Airport interface, even when Ethernet appears to be working. Cause: The OS X firewall is […]

Downloading Fetch and Accessing your UVM Zoofiles: Macintosh only*

Fetch is an FTP (File Transfer Protocol) client for Macintosh OS X that allows UVM affiliates to access their zoofiles on the UVM network from their own Apple computer; either on- or off-campus. Fetch is licensed for all UVM faculty, staff, and students. This guide will walk a user through the process of downloading and installing Fetch and configuring it to connect to the zoo server.

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Android Settings – UVM Wireless

There is one main resource for people setting up Android phones on the UVM Wireless network:  the UVM Handheld Setup page. URL:  http://www.uvm.edu/it/handheld/?Page=android/setup.html&SM=submenu2.html This page gives you all the necessary settings that you need in order to set up your Android for UVM Wireless. The basic settings are as follows: EAP Method: PEAP Phase 2 authentication: MSCHAPV2 […]

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Connect to the UVM Network via VPN Using an iPad

Downloading and configuring the free Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client on an iPad.

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Windows XP Wireless networks-troubleshooting

To troubleshoot a wireless connection in Windows XP:   click Start, then Control Panel Network and Internet Connections Network Connections (bottom section) A window should open showing all connections. If the wireless connection (which will say wireless, or WLAN) is NOT there (note the 1394 connection or the VPN client connection are VIRTUAL, not actual […]

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Request a Wireless Router or Network Port

This guide will walk you through the steps to request wireless data services or a network data port*. *You will need to have a valid chart string to complete this online form (requests are for UVM resources, not residential halls. Please UVM wireless in the residential halls.) Note: Computer, Communication, and Network Technology Acceptable Use […]

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Wireless with Kindle

Traditional (black & white color only) Kindles are unable to connect to the UVM wireless as they are unable to connect to WPA2 enterprise or peer-to-peer networks. The only way to connect a traditional Kindle to wireless on campus would be to set up a guest account for yourself to use with the Kindle. Guest […]

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