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Network and Connectivity - Functions

NCCU maintains two campus networks, wired and wireless.

Wired

You can access the NCCU Network with an Ethernet connection from on-campus offices, classrooms, residence halls, and other locations.

If you are experiencing issues with your wired connection, contact ETAC for service.

Wireless

Guest wireless access is available for up to 8 hrs of web-only access.  Select the Eagles-WiFi SSID and complete the self-registration portal on your web browser indicating that you are a guest.  Self-registration requires having access to a mobile device capable of receiving text messages or email in order to receive your temporary username and password information. 

Active Directory user accounts are required for student and employees connecting to the wireless network.  Select the Eagles-WiFi SSID and complete the self-registration portal on your web browser indicating that you are a student, faculty or staff member.  Once completed, the registration on the device is valid for a six months.

You can register 6 devices on our wireless network.  If you lose a device or want to add a new device, it’s a simple process to complete either task.  Visit the link below to add/remove your device.

https://mummraa.nccu.edu/registration/ValidUserLogin.jsp?portalName=MyDevices

Note: You must be on campus to access the device portal and you must log in with your NCCU username and password.

Off Campus Access

To access the the Virtual Private Network (WebVPN). WebVPN is available to all NCCU faculty and staff, who need to access NCCU resources and sites when they are offsite.  To gain access, complete the appropriate form at the link below and attach it to a Service Ticket at http://helpdesk.nccu.edu.

Employee Request

Vendor Request

WebVPN Access Information

 
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