Network, Internet and Wi-Fi Articles

Articles regarding Ithaca College's network, internet and wireless internet (Wi-Fi).

Articles (9)

Access Mentor Home & Shared Folders on macOS

This guide offers instructions for accessing home and shared folders on Mentor from a Macintosh computer on the campus network.

Access Mentor Home and Shared Folders on Windows

The Active Directory file server that hosts home and shared folders is called Mentor. This article offers instructions for accessing home and shared folders the Active Directory file server from a computer running Windows on the campus network.

First time remote sign-in on Windows using GlobalProtect VPN

A guide to help Faculty and Staff log into a Windows based computer off campus for the first time.

Guests and Vendors Internet and Account Access

Internet and account options for guests, visitors and vendors.

Network Discovery Error Waking from Sleep or Hibernation in Microsoft Windows 10

On a Microsoft Windows 10 computer, an issue may occur where the computer displays an error relating to Network Discovery upon waking up from a sleep or hibernation.

Personal Hotspot Internet Connectivity

A personal Hotspot lets you share the cellular data connection of a mobile device that has a network data plan (e.g. Verizon) when you don't have access to a Wi-Fi network. Not all network data plans offer Hotspot capabilities. Additional charges may apply.

Quick Guide: GlobalProtect VPN (Secure Remote Access) Setup

This guide goes through the steps to install, configure, and connect to GlobalProtect VPN for remote access to Ithaca's network.

Wireless Networks and WiFi

Ithaca College provides wireless (Wi-Fi) network coverage to all academic and administrative buildings, all residence halls and many other locations on campus for students, faculty, staff, sponsored affiliates, and guests.