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Tue: 12:30pm-10:00pm
Wed: 4:00pm-10:00pm
Thu: 12:30pm-10:00pm
Fri: 12:30pm-5:00pm
Sat: Closed
Sun: 4:00pm-10:00pm

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Fall 2021 Hours:
Mon: 4:00pm-10:00pm
Tue: 12:30pm-10:00pm
Wed: 4:00pm-10:00pm
Thu: 12:30pm-10:00pm
Fri: 12:30pm-5:00pm
Sat: Closed
Sun: 4:00pm-10:00pm


FAQ: University Place Wi-Fi access point installation
Last updated: 11/30/2021 14:05:55

Residents of University Place,

 As part of our continuous improvement effort, we will be enhancing Wi-Fi access in University Place by installing Wi-Fi access points in student rooms during Winter Break 2021-2022. We are requesting your assistance to make the installation as efficient as possible.

Question: “Which student rooms are affected”?
Answer: A Wi-Fi access point will be installed in every University Place student room.

Question: “What do I need to do to prepare”?
Answer: Our technicians will require access to the network connection boxes in your room. If you currently have any furniture blocking the connection boxes, you must move it at least 3ft. away and provide a clear path for the technicians.

Question: “What does the network connection box look like”?
Answer: University Place student rooms have two connection boxes (7w”x8h”x2d”) mounted in the middle of the wall on opposite sides of the room. The bottom of the box has a cable TV connector and a green Ethernet jack as well as an inactive red jack. Please be sure to clear a path so our technicians have access to both boxes in your room.

Network connection box (University Place)

Question: “Who will be in my room”?
Answer: All technicians performing the work will be accompanied by a university staff member while in your room. Wi-Fi access point installation takes about 20-30 minutes per room.

Question: “Where will the Wi-Fi access point be mounted”?
Answer: One of the network connection boxes in your room will be removed and a Wi-Fi access point installed in its place. The other connection box will remain as is.

Question: “Will I lose my cable TV and Ethernet jack”?
Answer: YES and NO. The cable TV connector will go away, so please plan on using the connector on the other side of your room. Although the Ethernet jack will also go away, there are three Ethernet jacks on the Wi-Fi access point you can use if you require a wired network connection.

Wi-Fi access point (View of bottom)

You can plug wired network devices into any of the three jacks labeled ETH1, ETH2 or ETH3 on the bottom of the access point.

Question: “Will I still connect to the same Wi-Fi network”?
Answer: YES and NO. For laptops and smartphones that connect to BearNet Secure, there is no change. For devices that previously connected to ResNet WiFi - Zone A, you'll now connect them to the open network ResNet WiFi.

ResNet WiFi requires that you register your device. (Device registration was previously not required in University Place.) On laptops and smartphones, simply open a browser. If the device is unregistered, you should be automatically redirected to a registration page. Game consoles, smart TVs and other browserless devices need to be manually registered.

More info on device registration 

Devices only need to be registered once per academic year. Registrations typically expire at the end of June.

Question: “Will I need to register my wired network device”?
Answer: YES. Devices that plug into an Ethernet jack on a Wi-Fi access point need to be registered. Keep in mind that if you use both the wired and wireless interface on your laptop, Xbox, PS4, etc, you'll need to register the device twice -- once for each interface.

Question: “Will the Wi-Fi access points currently mounted on the ceiling in my suite be removed”?
Answer: YES. Ceiling-mounted access points in suites will be removed. Only a few will remain to provide coverage in common areas such as the lobby, conference room and laundry room.

Question: “Anything else related to this change that I need to be aware of ”?
Answer: If you have an iPhone, be sure to disable the Private Address feature when connecting to any campus Wi-Fi network (BearNet Secure, BearNet, ResNet WiFi). 

More info on disabling Private Address in iOS

 

FAQ: University Place Wi-Fi access point installation
Last updated: 11/30/2021 14:05:55

Residents of University Place,

 As part of our continuous improvement effort, we will be enhancing Wi-Fi access in University Place by installing Wi-Fi access points in student rooms during Winter Break 2021-2022. We are requesting your assistance to make the installation as efficient as possible.

Question: “Which student rooms are affected”?
Answer: A Wi-Fi access point will be installed in every University Place student room.

Question: “What do I need to do to prepare”?
Answer: Our technicians will require access to the network connection boxes in your room. If you currently have any furniture blocking the connection boxes, you must move it at least 3ft. away and provide a clear path for the technicians.

Question: “What does the network connection box look like”?
Answer: University Place student rooms have two connection boxes (7w”x8h”x2d”) mounted in the middle of the wall on opposite sides of the room. The bottom of the box has a cable TV connector and a green Ethernet jack as well as an inactive red jack. Please be sure to clear a path so our technicians have access to both boxes in your room.

Network connection box (University Place)

Question: “Who will be in my room”?
Answer: All technicians performing the work will be accompanied by a university staff member while in your room. Wi-Fi access point installation takes about 20-30 minutes per room.

Question: “Where will the Wi-Fi access point be mounted”?
Answer: One of the network connection boxes in your room will be removed and a Wi-Fi access point installed in its place. The other connection box will remain as is.

Question: “Will I lose my cable TV and Ethernet jack”?
Answer: YES and NO. The cable TV connector will go away, so please plan on using the connector on the other side of your room. Although the Ethernet jack will also go away, there are three Ethernet jacks on the Wi-Fi access point you can use if you require a wired network connection.

Wi-Fi access point (View of bottom)

You can plug wired network devices into any of the three jacks labeled ETH1, ETH2 or ETH3 on the bottom of the access point.

Question: “Will I still connect to the same Wi-Fi network”?
Answer: YES and NO. For laptops and smartphones that connect to BearNet Secure, there is no change. For devices that previously connected to ResNet WiFi - Zone A, you'll now connect them to the open network ResNet WiFi.

ResNet WiFi requires that you register your device. (Device registration was previously not required in University Place.) On laptops and smartphones, simply open a browser. If the device is unregistered, you should be automatically redirected to a registration page. Game consoles, smart TVs and other browserless devices need to be manually registered.

More info on device registration 

Devices only need to be registered once per academic year. Registrations typically expire at the end of June.

Question: “Will I need to register my wired network device”?
Answer: YES. Devices that plug into an Ethernet jack on a Wi-Fi access point need to be registered. Keep in mind that if you use both the wired and wireless interface on your laptop, Xbox, PS4, etc, you'll need to register the device twice -- once for each interface.

Question: “Will the Wi-Fi access points currently mounted on the ceiling in my suite be removed”?
Answer: YES. Ceiling-mounted access points in suites will be removed. Only a few will remain to provide coverage in common areas such as the lobby, conference room and laundry room.

Question: “Anything else related to this change that I need to be aware of ”?
Answer: If you have an iPhone, be sure to disable the Private Address feature when connecting to any campus Wi-Fi network (BearNet Secure, BearNet, ResNet WiFi). 

More info on disabling Private Address in iOS

 


FAQ: Deatrick Hall Wi-Fi access point installation
Last updated: 11/30/2021 14:05:23

Residents of Deatrick Hall,

 As part of our continuous improvement effort, we will be enhancing Wi-Fi access in Deatrick Hall by installing Wi-Fi access points in student rooms during Winter Break 2021-2022. We are requesting your assistance to make the installation as efficient as possible.

Question: “Which student rooms are affected”?
Answer: A Wi-Fi access point will be installed in every Deatrick Hall student room except 118S, 218S, 318S, 418S, 518S and 618S.

Question: “What do I need to do to prepare”?
Answer: Our technicians will require access to the network wall plate on the right side your room. If you currently have any furniture blocking the wall plate, you must move it at least 3ft. away and provide a clear path for the technicians.

Question: “What does the network wall plate look like”?
Answer: The wall plate is mounted to small outlet box (5”x5”x3”) about 18” from the floor. It includes a cable TV connector and a green Ethernet jack as well as an inactive red jack. Please note that although there are two network wall plates in your room — one on each side — our technicians only need access to the wall plate on the right side of the room.

Network wallplate (Deatrick Hall)

Network wallplate (Deatrick Hall)

Question: “Who will be in my room”?
Answer: All technicians performing the work will be accompanied by a university staff member while in your room. Wi-Fi access point installation takes about 15-20 minutes per room.

Question: “Where will the Wi-Fi access point be mounted”?
Answer: The network wall plate will be removed and a Wi-Fi access point installed in its place.

Question: “Will I lose my cable TV and Ethernet jack”?
Answer: YES and NO. The cable TV connector will go away, so please plan on using the connector on the left side of your room. Although the Ethernet jack will also go away, there are three Ethernet jacks on the Wi-Fi access point you can use if you require a wired network connection.

Wi-Fi access point (View of bottom)

You can plug wired network devices into any of the three jacks labeled ETH1, ETH2 or ETH3 on the bottom of the access point.

Question: “Will I still connect to the same Wi-Fi network”?
Answer: YES and NO. For laptops and smartphones that connect to BearNet Secure, there is no change. For devices that previously connected to ResNet WiFi - Zone B, you'll now connect them to the open network ResNet WiFi.

ResNet WiFi requires that you register your device. (Device registration was previously not required in Deatrick Hall.) On laptops and smartphones, simply open a browser. If the device is unregistered, you should be automatically redirected to a registration page. Game consoles, smart TVs and other browserless devices need to be manually registered.

More info on device registration 

Devices only need to be registered once per academic year. Registrations typically expire at the end of June.

Question: “Will I need to register my wired network device”?
Answer: YES. Devices that plug into an Ethernet jack on a Wi-Fi access point need to be registered. Keep in mind that if you use both the wired and wireless interface on your laptop, Xbox, PS4, etc, you'll need to register the device twice -- once for each interface.

Question: “Will the Wi-Fi access points currently mounted in Deatrick hallways be removed”?
Answer: Some will be removed, and some will be replaced with newer models to provide coverage in common spaces.

Question: “Anything else related to this change that I need to be aware of ”?
Answer: If you have an iPhone, be sure to disable the Private Address feature when connecting to any campus Wi-Fi network (BearNet Secure, BearNet, ResNet WiFi). 

More info on disabling Private Address in iOS

 

FAQ: Deatrick Hall Wi-Fi access point installation
Last updated: 11/30/2021 14:05:23

Residents of Deatrick Hall,

 As part of our continuous improvement effort, we will be enhancing Wi-Fi access in Deatrick Hall by installing Wi-Fi access points in student rooms during Winter Break 2021-2022. We are requesting your assistance to make the installation as efficient as possible.

Question: “Which student rooms are affected”?
Answer: A Wi-Fi access point will be installed in every Deatrick Hall student room except 118S, 218S, 318S, 418S, 518S and 618S.

Question: “What do I need to do to prepare”?
Answer: Our technicians will require access to the network wall plate on the right side your room. If you currently have any furniture blocking the wall plate, you must move it at least 3ft. away and provide a clear path for the technicians.

Question: “What does the network wall plate look like”?
Answer: The wall plate is mounted to small outlet box (5”x5”x3”) about 18” from the floor. It includes a cable TV connector and a green Ethernet jack as well as an inactive red jack. Please note that although there are two network wall plates in your room — one on each side — our technicians only need access to the wall plate on the right side of the room.

Network wallplate (Deatrick Hall)

Network wallplate (Deatrick Hall)

Question: “Who will be in my room”?
Answer: All technicians performing the work will be accompanied by a university staff member while in your room. Wi-Fi access point installation takes about 15-20 minutes per room.

Question: “Where will the Wi-Fi access point be mounted”?
Answer: The network wall plate will be removed and a Wi-Fi access point installed in its place.

Question: “Will I lose my cable TV and Ethernet jack”?
Answer: YES and NO. The cable TV connector will go away, so please plan on using the connector on the left side of your room. Although the Ethernet jack will also go away, there are three Ethernet jacks on the Wi-Fi access point you can use if you require a wired network connection.

Wi-Fi access point (View of bottom)

You can plug wired network devices into any of the three jacks labeled ETH1, ETH2 or ETH3 on the bottom of the access point.

Question: “Will I still connect to the same Wi-Fi network”?
Answer: YES and NO. For laptops and smartphones that connect to BearNet Secure, there is no change. For devices that previously connected to ResNet WiFi - Zone B, you'll now connect them to the open network ResNet WiFi.

ResNet WiFi requires that you register your device. (Device registration was previously not required in Deatrick Hall.) On laptops and smartphones, simply open a browser. If the device is unregistered, you should be automatically redirected to a registration page. Game consoles, smart TVs and other browserless devices need to be manually registered.

More info on device registration 

Devices only need to be registered once per academic year. Registrations typically expire at the end of June.

Question: “Will I need to register my wired network device”?
Answer: YES. Devices that plug into an Ethernet jack on a Wi-Fi access point need to be registered. Keep in mind that if you use both the wired and wireless interface on your laptop, Xbox, PS4, etc, you'll need to register the device twice -- once for each interface.

Question: “Will the Wi-Fi access points currently mounted in Deatrick hallways be removed”?
Answer: Some will be removed, and some will be replaced with newer models to provide coverage in common spaces.

Question: “Anything else related to this change that I need to be aware of ”?
Answer: If you have an iPhone, be sure to disable the Private Address feature when connecting to any campus Wi-Fi network (BearNet Secure, BearNet, ResNet WiFi). 

More info on disabling Private Address in iOS

 


Cable TV lineup
Last updated: 11/18/2021 09:35:05
 
Below is a link to the current cable television channel lineup for campus. Please note:
  • You must have a digital TV with QAM tuner.
  • If you're missing any listed channels, be sure to run a "scan" or "autoprogram" on your TV to search for additional channels.
  • Channels will be found at decimal point locations (e.g. 34.2) rather than whole numbers like you may be used to at home.
 
Download the Kutztown University Channel Lineup: Effective July 29, 2019
 



 

Cable TV lineup
Last updated: 11/18/2021 09:35:05
 
Below is a link to the current cable television channel lineup for campus. Please note:
  • You must have a digital TV with QAM tuner.
  • If you're missing any listed channels, be sure to run a "scan" or "autoprogram" on your TV to search for additional channels.
  • Channels will be found at decimal point locations (e.g. 34.2) rather than whole numbers like you may be used to at home.
 
Download the Kutztown University Channel Lineup: Effective July 29, 2019
 



 

ResNet Hours & Location
Last updated: 11/03/2021 13:24:44

Fall 2021 hours:

Sun / Mon / Wed: 4:00pm - 10:00pm
Tue / Thu: 12:30pm - 10:00pm
Fri: 12:30pm - 5:00pm
Sat: Closed

 Location:

The ResNet helpdesk is located in the Deatrick Hall lobby. The Deatrick Hall front doors are open to all students during our normal hours of operation.

ResNet Hours & Location
Last updated: 11/03/2021 13:24:44

Fall 2021 hours:

Sun / Mon / Wed: 4:00pm - 10:00pm
Tue / Thu: 12:30pm - 10:00pm
Fri: 12:30pm - 5:00pm
Sat: Closed

 Location:

The ResNet helpdesk is located in the Deatrick Hall lobby. The Deatrick Hall front doors are open to all students during our normal hours of operation.


Manual device registration: Locating the MAC address of your network device
Last updated: 10/19/2021 15:14:24

To connect a browser-less device (e.g. Xbox, Apple TV, PlayStation, Alexa...) to WiFi, you first need to manually register the device's MAC address. Manual device registration is currently required in all residence halls except Deatrick Hall and University Place.

If you know the MAC address of your device:

  1. From a computer, tablet or smartphone, log into the Self-Registration Portal and add your device. (Note: The Self-Registration Portal is only accessible from the ResNet network.)
  2. When connecting your device to the network, be sure to select ResNet WiFi from the list of available wireless networks.

If you don't know the MAC address of your device:

The section below shows you how to locate 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 for assistance. Once you know the MAC address of your device, follow the steps above to register it.


Amazon Echo

  1. From the Amazon Alexa app, set up your Echo device and connect to ResNet WiFi.
  2. From the Amazon Alexa app main menu, select Settings.
  3. Select your Echo device.
  4. Select About (at the bottom of the page).
  5. Locate Mac Address.

Amazon Fire TV

  1. Plug your Amazon Fire stick into your TV.
  2. Select Settings.
  3. Select System.
  4. Select About.
  5. Select Network.
  6. Locate MAC Address (Wi-Fi).

Apple TV

  1. From the main menu, select Settings.
  2. Select General.
  3. Select Network.
  4. Locate Wi-Fi Address.

Google Home

  1. Before you arrive on campus, open the Google Home app on your phone/tablet/computer.
  2. Tap the Google Home icon.
  3. Tap the Settings icon.
  4. Scroll to the bottom of the window and locate the MAC address. Take a screenshot or write down the MAC address and bring it to campus.
  5. When you arrive on campus, register your device through the Self-Registration Portal as described above.
  6. Factory-reset your Google Home (hold down the reset button on the bottom of the device until you hear the chime).
  7. Connect your phone/tablet/computer to ResNet WiFi.
  8. Open the Google Home app on your phone/tablet/computer and set up your device.

Note: If you're already on campus and don't know the MAC address of your Google Home, please contact ResNet. We have a workaround that enables you to locate the MAC address in order to register the device.

Nintendo 3DS

  1. From the Home menu, select System Settings.
  2. Select Internet Settings.
  3. Select Other Information.
  4. Select Confirm MAC Address.
  5. Locate MAC Address.

Nintendo Switch

  1. From the Home menu, select System Settings.
  2. Select Internet.
  3. Locate System MAC Address.

Nintendo Wii

The Nintendo Wii is not compatible with ResNet WiFi. However, you can use a standard USB-to-Ethernet adapter and connect your Wii to the wired network.

  1. On the Wii Channel screen, select the Wii button.
  2. Go to Wii Settings.
  3. Select Internet.
  4. Select Console Information.
  5. Locate USB Ethernet Adapter MAC Address or LAN Adapter MAC Address.

PlayStation 3

  1. Navigate to Settings.
  2. Select System Settings.
  3. Select System Information.
  4. The MAC Address is listed in the system information.

PS4 / PS5

  1. In the PS4/PS5 menu, click Settings.
  2. Select Network.
  3. Select View Connection Status.
  4. Locate MAC Address (Wi-Fi).

Xbox 360

  1. Go to My Xbox.
  2. On the right, select System Settings.
  3. Select Network Settings.
  4. Select Configure Network.
  5. Click the Additional Settings tab and choose Advanced Settings.
  6. Locate MAC Address.

Xbox One

  1. Go to My Xbox.
  2. Select Settings.
  3. Select Network.
  4. Select Advanced Settings from the Network Settings tab.
  5. Locate Wireless MAC.

Xbox Series X or Series S

  1. Go to Settings.
  2. Select Network.
  3. Select Advanced Settings.
  4. Under IP Settings, locate Wireless MAC.

Manual device registration: Locating the MAC address of your network device
Last updated: 10/19/2021 15:14:24

To connect a browser-less device (e.g. Xbox, Apple TV, PlayStation, Alexa...) to WiFi, you first need to manually register the device's MAC address. Manual device registration is currently required in all residence halls except Deatrick Hall and University Place.

If you know the MAC address of your device:

  1. From a computer, tablet or smartphone, log into the Self-Registration Portal and add your device. (Note: The Self-Registration Portal is only accessible from the ResNet network.)
  2. When connecting your device to the network, be sure to select ResNet WiFi from the list of available wireless networks.

If you don't know the MAC address of your device:

The section below shows you how to locate 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 for assistance. Once you know the MAC address of your device, follow the steps above to register it.


Amazon Echo

  1. From the Amazon Alexa app, set up your Echo device and connect to ResNet WiFi.
  2. From the Amazon Alexa app main menu, select Settings.
  3. Select your Echo device.
  4. Select About (at the bottom of the page).
  5. Locate Mac Address.

Amazon Fire TV

  1. Plug your Amazon Fire stick into your TV.
  2. Select Settings.
  3. Select System.
  4. Select About.
  5. Select Network.
  6. Locate MAC Address (Wi-Fi).

Apple TV

  1. From the main menu, select Settings.
  2. Select General.
  3. Select Network.
  4. Locate Wi-Fi Address.

Google Home

  1. Before you arrive on campus, open the Google Home app on your phone/tablet/computer.
  2. Tap the Google Home icon.
  3. Tap the Settings icon.
  4. Scroll to the bottom of the window and locate the MAC address. Take a screenshot or write down the MAC address and bring it to campus.
  5. When you arrive on campus, register your device through the Self-Registration Portal as described above.
  6. Factory-reset your Google Home (hold down the reset button on the bottom of the device until you hear the chime).
  7. Connect your phone/tablet/computer to ResNet WiFi.
  8. Open the Google Home app on your phone/tablet/computer and set up your device.

Note: If you're already on campus and don't know the MAC address of your Google Home, please contact ResNet. We have a workaround that enables you to locate the MAC address in order to register the device.

Nintendo 3DS

  1. From the Home menu, select System Settings.
  2. Select Internet Settings.
  3. Select Other Information.
  4. Select Confirm MAC Address.
  5. Locate MAC Address.

Nintendo Switch

  1. From the Home menu, select System Settings.
  2. Select Internet.
  3. Locate System MAC Address.

Nintendo Wii

The Nintendo Wii is not compatible with ResNet WiFi. However, you can use a standard USB-to-Ethernet adapter and connect your Wii to the wired network.

  1. On the Wii Channel screen, select the Wii button.
  2. Go to Wii Settings.
  3. Select Internet.
  4. Select Console Information.
  5. Locate USB Ethernet Adapter MAC Address or LAN Adapter MAC Address.

PlayStation 3

  1. Navigate to Settings.
  2. Select System Settings.
  3. Select System Information.
  4. The MAC Address is listed in the system information.

PS4 / PS5

  1. In the PS4/PS5 menu, click Settings.
  2. Select Network.
  3. Select View Connection Status.
  4. Locate MAC Address (Wi-Fi).

Xbox 360

  1. Go to My Xbox.
  2. On the right, select System Settings.
  3. Select Network Settings.
  4. Select Configure Network.
  5. Click the Additional Settings tab and choose Advanced Settings.
  6. Locate MAC Address.

Xbox One

  1. Go to My Xbox.
  2. Select Settings.
  3. Select Network.
  4. Select Advanced Settings from the Network Settings tab.
  5. Locate Wireless MAC.

Xbox Series X or Series S

  1. Go to Settings.
  2. Select Network.
  3. Select Advanced Settings.
  4. Under IP Settings, locate Wireless MAC.

Problem: "I already registered my iPhone on ResNet WiFi. Why won't it stay connected?"
Last updated: 10/06/2021 08:57:20

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.

This creates a problem on networks like ResNet WiFi because registered devices are identified by their MAC address. If your device chooses a different MAC address the next time it connects, you'll be asked to re-register. 

Fortunately you can disable the private address feature by going to Settings -> Wi-Fi -> ResNet WiFi:

It's a good idea to turn off the private address feature for ResNet WiFi, BearNet and BearNet Secure to avoid having to re-register your device.

 

Problem: "I already registered my iPhone on ResNet WiFi. Why won't it stay connected?"
Last updated: 10/06/2021 08:57:20

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.

This creates a problem on networks like ResNet WiFi because registered devices are identified by their MAC address. If your device chooses a different MAC address the next time it connects, you'll be asked to re-register. 

Fortunately you can disable the private address feature by going to Settings -> Wi-Fi -> ResNet WiFi:

It's a good idea to turn off the private address feature for ResNet WiFi, BearNet and BearNet Secure to avoid having to re-register your device.

 


Using Stream2 on your smart TV
Last updated: 09/23/2021 12:02:05

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

 

 

 

 

 

Using Stream2 on your smart TV
Last updated: 09/23/2021 12:02:05

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

 

 

 

 

 


Getting Connected: WiFi setup in the residence halls
Last updated: 08/28/2021 08:44:04

PCs, Macs, Mobile Devices

Step #1: JOIN OPEN NETWORK (ResNet WiFi)

  • Select ResNet WiFi from the list of available networks. A registration page may appear automatically. If the registration page doesn’t appear, open a browser and go to: http://resnetsupport.kutztown.edu.

Step #2: REGISTER YOUR DEVICE (This step is NOT required in Deatrick Hall or University Place)

  • Enter your KU username (e.g. sgrif456) and password to register your device.

Step #3: JOIN SECURE NETWORK (BearNet Secure)

  • A few seconds after registering your device, you’ll see the secure WiFi configuration page. Click ‘JoinNow’ and follow the online instructions to install the necessary security profile.
  • Although this step is not required, we recommend connecting to BearNet Secure on devices that support it.
  • For detailed instructions on installing the BearNet Secure security profile, go here.

All Other Devices

To connect your Xbox, Playstation, Apple TV, Smart TV, Amazon Echo, Amazon Firestick, Roku, etc. to the wireless network, follow the steps below. (Please note that Google Chromecast and Google Home devices, as well as most wireless printers, are designed for small home networks and will not work on ResNet WiFi. If you have a printer, we recommend using a standard USB printer cable directly connected to your computer.)

Step #1: FIND THE MAC (WIFI) ADDRESS OF YOUR DEVICE 

  • Locate the MAC Address (or Wireless ID) of your device. You can usually find the MAC Address in your device's network settings. Check here for specific device instructions, or contact the ResNet Helpdesk for assistance.

Step #2: REGISTER YOUR DEVICE (This step is NOT required in Deatrick Hall or University Place)

  • Once you've located the MAC Address, log into the Self-Registration Portal and add your device. (The Self-Registration Portal is only available from the residence halls.)

Step #3:  JOIN OPEN NETWORK (ResNet WiFi)

  • When connecting  your device, select ResNet WiFi from the list of available wireless networks. Registrations expire at the end of the academic year.

 

Getting Connected: WiFi setup in the residence halls
Last updated: 08/28/2021 08:44:04

PCs, Macs, Mobile Devices

Step #1: JOIN OPEN NETWORK (ResNet WiFi)

  • Select ResNet WiFi from the list of available networks. A registration page may appear automatically. If the registration page doesn’t appear, open a browser and go to: http://resnetsupport.kutztown.edu.

Step #2: REGISTER YOUR DEVICE (This step is NOT required in Deatrick Hall or University Place)

  • Enter your KU username (e.g. sgrif456) and password to register your device.

Step #3: JOIN SECURE NETWORK (BearNet Secure)

  • A few seconds after registering your device, you’ll see the secure WiFi configuration page. Click ‘JoinNow’ and follow the online instructions to install the necessary security profile.
  • Although this step is not required, we recommend connecting to BearNet Secure on devices that support it.
  • For detailed instructions on installing the BearNet Secure security profile, go here.

All Other Devices

To connect your Xbox, Playstation, Apple TV, Smart TV, Amazon Echo, Amazon Firestick, Roku, etc. to the wireless network, follow the steps below. (Please note that Google Chromecast and Google Home devices, as well as most wireless printers, are designed for small home networks and will not work on ResNet WiFi. If you have a printer, we recommend using a standard USB printer cable directly connected to your computer.)

Step #1: FIND THE MAC (WIFI) ADDRESS OF YOUR DEVICE 

  • Locate the MAC Address (or Wireless ID) of your device. You can usually find the MAC Address in your device's network settings. Check here for specific device instructions, or contact the ResNet Helpdesk for assistance.

Step #2: REGISTER YOUR DEVICE (This step is NOT required in Deatrick Hall or University Place)

  • Once you've located the MAC Address, log into the Self-Registration Portal and add your device. (The Self-Registration Portal is only available from the residence halls.)

Step #3:  JOIN OPEN NETWORK (ResNet WiFi)

  • When connecting  your device, select ResNet WiFi from the list of available wireless networks. Registrations expire at the end of the academic year.

 


BearNet Secure: Instructions for iOS (version 12.2 and later)
Last updated: 08/12/2021 09:57:01

Note: The instructions below are only for devices running iOS 12.2 or later. If your iOS device is running an earlier  version, go here for the correct instructions.

1. Connect your wireless device to an open network like ResNet WiFi or BearNet.

2. Open a brower and go to resnet.kutztown.edu/securewifi. Enter your KU username and password and click JoinNow. (Note: Be sure to enter your KU username and NOT your entire KU email address.)

3. A security profile is downloaded to your device. When computer, you'll see the message "Profile Downloaded".

4. Open the Settings app and tap Profile Downloaded.

5. Tap Install in the upper-right corner and follow the onscreen instructions.

6. When your device has finished generating a security key, enrolling the certificate and installing the profile, click Done.

7. Your iOS device should switch automatically to BearNet Secure. If it doesn't, open the Settings app and manually change your WiFi network to BearNet Secure.

 

BearNet Secure: Instructions for iOS (version 12.2 and later)
Last updated: 08/12/2021 09:57:01

Note: The instructions below are only for devices running iOS 12.2 or later. If your iOS device is running an earlier  version, go here for the correct instructions.

1. Connect your wireless device to an open network like ResNet WiFi or BearNet.

2. Open a brower and go to resnet.kutztown.edu/securewifi. Enter your KU username and password and click JoinNow. (Note: Be sure to enter your KU username and NOT your entire KU email address.)

3. A security profile is downloaded to your device. When computer, you'll see the message "Profile Downloaded".

4. Open the Settings app and tap Profile Downloaded.

5. Tap Install in the upper-right corner and follow the onscreen instructions.

6. When your device has finished generating a security key, enrolling the certificate and installing the profile, click Done.

7. Your iOS device should switch automatically to BearNet Secure. If it doesn't, open the Settings app and manually change your WiFi network to BearNet Secure.