Wired and Wireless Connectivity

Please consider the following before making requests or reporting issues in this category:

Wired network connectivity

  • Brockman, Kuhlman, and Husman Halls contain one white Cisco 1815w access point per room which has active ports. See this article for more info.
  • In all other university buildings, including residence halls, data jacks are activated upon request, using this form.

Wireless connectivity

  • In residence halls, phones, computers and tablets should connect to the xavierwifisetup network. From here you will be redirected to http://wifisetup.xavier.edu, which will automatically configure most devices. Smart TVs, gaming consoles, and similar consumer devices can join the Xmisc network using the pre-shared key non802dot1xdevice. If that key fails to work, submit a Xmisc Request instead.
  • In residence halls, the most common cause of connectivity issues are wireless routers, wireless printers, and other devices that broadcast their own unique wireless networks. Please use this form to report any such devices in your area.
  • In areas outside residence halls, students and employees can configure devices for xavierwireless by first connecting to the xavierguest network and launching http://wifisetup.xavier.edu from a web browser.
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