里奥格兰德对校园3个视频会议教室：周年庆祝大厅RM。 202，鲍勃埃文斯农场大厅RM。 111，木厅RM。 228.这些客房每间都设有一个宝利通系统。我们提供了声音，视频和视频会议在这些房间系统的支持。如果您在使用本设备的问题，请与我们联系。
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RioNET email is comprised of two separate email systems; one for staff & faculty, and the other for students. All email related issues are handled by the office of Campus Computing & Networking. Students – Hosted by Microsoft Office 365. Staff & Faculty – Hosted by Microsoft Office 365. Prior to being able to use either email system, all users (staff, faculty, and students) must activate their RioNET accounts. Please use our Password Portal to activate your RioNET account. Your new password must be between 6-16 characters in length, and cannot contain spaces.. If you cannot access your account, need help configuring email on your mobile device, or just have some general questions about email, then CC&N can help.
Rio Grande provides network and Internet connection services for all staff, faculty, and students. 1Gbps wired Ethernet (IEEE 802.3) connections are available for all campus computers, residents, and some classrooms. Students in residence halls need to provide their own straight/patch Ethernet cable, which can be purchased from the Rio Grande 书店. One port per pillow is the standard in the residence halls. For rooms that do not have enough connections, switches can be borrowed from Campus Computing & Networking for free. Routers, servers, and related devices are prohibited from campus without prior approval from CC&N.. IEEE 802.11b/g wireless connections are also available in several locations across campus. Two wireless networks, RioGuest & RioSecure, are accessible to all guests, students, staff, and faculty. CC&N requires all computers connecting to RioNET & ResNET to be updated, have adequate antivirus, and anti-malware protection. Contact Campus Computing & Networking for more information on connecting to the secure wireless and obtaining recommended software.
Rio Grande proudly announces all new wireless networking equipment throughout all campus buildings and soon outdoor areas. A separate WiFi FAQs section now exists to handle most common questions. RioGuest is the recommended network for visitors to campus. RioSecure is for all students, faculty & staff with RioNet user accounts. Specific connection issues should be directed to the Campus Computing & Networking staff.
Three main wireless networks (SSIDs) exist. RioGuest is for visitors and Windows computers needing configuration for the RioSecure Network, or devices unable to support the WPA2 Enterprise security encryption. •Display available wireless networks - several will appear. •Choose RioGuest - "RioGuest" is the wireless passphrase. •Open a web browser - it should open to first RioGuest login page. •Click Agree for the Acceptable Use Policy on the first page. •Enter your e-mail address on the second screen - click Login. •A final web page will be displayed when connected. RioSecure is for all students, faculty and staff with a RioNET username & password. This is the preferred network for wireless use. •Choose RioSecure. •A login will be displayed as your device attempts to install security certificates. •Please enter your RioNET username and password. •iOS will display a screen requesting your acceptance of two certificates. •Android will display a screen requesting "Identity" and Password Anonymous Identity may be left blank. •Windows systems require a manual process to install the certificates. Please reference the next FAQ. RioInstructional is a network for specific instructional areas.
The wireless network can connect all devices capable of standard WiFi A, B, G & N standards that support secure (WPA2) networking. Without getting technical, let's say that RioNET 无线 is new and highly secure. Some older legacy wireless devices may be problematic. Campus Computing & Networking has tested several models and brands of phones, tablets and laptop computers. Each one is different in how the device requests authentication and loads our security certificates. Only Windows devices require the RioSecure for Windows (Aruba QuickConnect) installation process. Please contact Campus Computing & Networking for assistance
BYOD = Bring Your Own Device (also known as => Bring Your Own Disaster) Today, many people own a device which can connect to the Internet through a wireless connection. BYOD is a term used in the industry when discussing how the location permits connections from personal deivces to their Internet and how services like printing can be managed and provisioned. Other considerations involve security, loss of personal information when a device is lost and how BYOD devices could subsitiute for corprorately provided computer systems managed by the host organization. With wireless networking, special care is taken to separate corporate work networks and general Internet-只要 access. Only University owned computers when properly configured can access the business side of RioNET - otherwise, all systems are directed to the comodity Internet.
Not connecting is frustrating. Every effort has been made to make RioNET Wireless both robust and transparent, while still maintaining a high level of wireless security (encryption). Here are some tips... •RioGuest is a "click-through" experience providing each connection encryption through a "pre-shared key" (WPA2 PSK) - use "RioGuest" as the passphrase. •RioSecure is a higher encryption level and devices must support WPA2 EAP. This will require a RioNET valid username and password! •Users with older devices which do not support the WPA2 EAP should use the RioGuest network. RioNET Wireless supports the highest encryption standards for RioSECURE and older devices are not equipted to use this high security standard. •Windows systems must be pre-configured for RioSecure using the RioSecure for Windows process from the RioGuest network. Procedures are outlined in another FAQ. •In some instances, after running the RioSecure for Windows utility it soesn't automatically switch over to RioSecure. The user may need to select RioGuest and choose "forget". Don't worry, if you need RioGuest will show up again, This just help tell your computer to make RioSECURE the preferred & default connection. •Windows systems must have Microsoft .NET and Windows Updates installed for proper RioSecure implementation. •Apple iOS, MAC OSX, Android and other operating systems like BlackBerry and Linux will all have different experiences and steps for authentication and acceptance of WPA2 EAP security certificates. Again, Rio Grande has made every attempt to make RioNET 无线 easy to use and secure! •Help - it still won't authenticate! Please make sure you are using just your RioNET username - not your e-mail address. Passwords are case sensitive and difficult to type on phones and tablets. Be carefull and verify if you have a "Show Password" option.
eduroam是认证为eduroam倡议成员的无线网络的国际体系。格兰德河已经完成了技术基础设施，使eduroam符合rionet用户。 rionet用户必须先登录到rionet“eduroam”无线SSID使用在校外站点eduroam之前所需的安全证书好好准备他们的设备。 eduroam安全证书应该准备好，一旦我们完成创建Windows证书加载工具的后台任务。 iOS设备只需要一个rionet用户的电子邮件地址和密码。这个过程是非常相似的riosecure为Windows证书加载过程。
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