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.

Refer to the Ithaca College Wireless Policy for usage details.

Audience

This article is intended for students, faculty, staff, and visitors of Ithaca College. 

Contents

  • Student Wireless (MyResNet)
    • Sign Up
    • Connect
    • Support
  • Secure Wireless (IthacaCollege)
    • Connect
    • For Android Devices
  • Secure Wireless (eduroam)
    • Connect
  • Guest/Visitor Wireless (IthacaCollege-Guest)
    • Connect

Student Wireless (MyResNet)

MyResNet student wireless is the recommended wireless connection for students and is available in all academic, administrative, and residential buildings. An Apogee account is required. Apogee offers a free basic account, which is ideal for off-campus students who want wireless connectivity while on campus.

Sign Up

  1. Visit myresnet.com
  2. Create a username and password.
  3. Choose a service level from two available options:
    • 50 MBPS download speed: Connect your computer and 10 additional devices for free.
    • 100 MBPS download speed: Connect your computer and 20 additional devices for $100/semester.

To add your device:

  1. Register your device by logging in to myresnet.com.
  2. Click Sign Up.
  3. Follow the prompts to connect the device to your MyResNet account.
  4. Restart your computer or device.

To add additional devices or manage your devices:

  1. Log in at myresnet.com.
  2. Enter your username and password.
  3. Click Add/Manage Devices.

Connect

To connect to MyResNet using your Apogee account:

  1. Choose MyResNet from the list of available wireless networks.
  2. Open a web browser. The Apogee log in page will appear.
  3. Enter your Apogee username and password.

Support

Apogee support representatives are available 24 hours a day:

Secure Wireless (IthacaCollege)

IthacaCollege secure wireless provides a secure, encrypted connection and is the recommended wireless connection for faculty, staff and IC affiliates and is available in all academic and administrative areas. It is only available to active members of the IC community and requires a Netpass username and password.

Connect

Password Changes: When you change your password, you will need to re-connect to IthacaCollege with your new password.

To connect to IthacaCollege secure wireless:

  1. Choose IthacaCollege from the list of available wireless networks.
  2. Enter your Netpass username and password.

For Android Devices

There are a wide variety of Android versions and manufacturer variants on Android devices. Because of this, our support is limited. The instructions included use steps proofed for Android 7.0; other versions will more or less use the same steps, but may ask for more or fewer fields to complete.

  1. Navigate to Wi-Fi Settings on your device through the Settings app.
  2. In the available Wi-Fi networks list, tap IthacaCollege.
  3. Select PEAP for EAP method.
  4. Select MSCHAPv2 for Phase 2 Authentication.
  5. Select Do Not Validate for CA Certificate.
  6. Enter your NetPass in the Identitfy field. Leave the Anonymous Identity field blank.
  7. Enter your NetPass Password in the password field.
  8. Save.

It may take up to a minute for your phone to be authorized on our network. It may provide an error that mentions "no IP" in the meantime, but allowing the app to finish connecting should resolve the error.

Secure Wireless (eduroam)

eduroam is a secure wireless service deployed throughout higher education institutions, allowing users to access the secure wireless networks of other institutions while using the credentials of their home institution.

For example, while visiting Cornell University, an IC student, faculty, or staff member can connect to the eduroam wireless network at Cornell using their IC email address and Netpass password.

  • IC students, faculty, and staff members with @ithaca.edu email addresses will be able to connect to other institutions, such as Cornell University, through eduroam using their IC email address and Netpass password.
  • Guests from other institutions will be able to connect to eduroam while using the credentials of their home institution.

eduroam removes the need to supply temporary accounts to visiting members, reducing the administrative and support burden imposed by the ever-growing movement of students and researchers between institutions and countries. Using eduroam ‘home’ credentials to access Wi-Fi services on campus provide a quick, easy and secure way to get online without campus IT support, thus allowing the campus IT team to focus on managing essential services for everyone. The secure login means that passwords and other private data are encrypted.

Connect

To connect to eduroam secure wireless:

  1. Choose eduroam from the list of available wireless networks.
  2. Enter your IC email address as the username and Netpass password.​​​​​

Guest/Visitor Wireless (IthacaCollege-Guest)

IthacaCollege-Guest is a non-secure wireless service intended for guests and visitors. It is available in academic and administrative campus areas.

Notice: Information transmitted or received is not encrypted and could be intercepted and viewed by other network users.

Connect

To connect to IthacaCollege-Guest non-secure wireless:

  1. Choose IthacaCollege-Guest from the list of available wireless networks.
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