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Getting Connected

Learn how to connect securely to the UB network with a Wi-Fi connection, a wired connection from offices and residence halls and from off-campus. UB provides Internet access to all UB students, faculty and staff.

9/16/14
Learn about the different networks available at UB, and when you should use them.
9/2/14
Look up detailed instructions for configuring connections to the UB Network with your computer, mobile or gaming device.
6/19/14
A virtual private network allows you to access certain UB IT services that are normally only available on campus. Find out when you need to use one.
9/10/14
Students living in residence hall rooms and campus apartments enjoy access to ResNet, UB's lightning-fast wired Ethernet connection. Learn what you need, how to connect and how to configure multiple devices.
6/19/14
In your university office,  you usually have a wired UB network connection to the Internet. You may also have Wi-Fi access.
9/3/14
There will soon be a shortage of IP addresses. Implementing IPv6 is the solution, and UB has already begun adding IPv6 to our campus network.
8/6/14
Traveling to other universities? Configure your laptop or mobile device to connect to eduroam, and enjoy access to Wi-Fi and protected UB resources at thousands of participating institutions worldwide. Visiting UB? If your institution participates in eduroam, connect while you're here.
8/12/14
UB Guest is a Wi-Fi network for visitors to UB. It is not secure, and connections are limited to your Web browser.
6/19/14

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