Click on a term in the left column of the table below for help connecting to the University's network using that method.
Only devices equipped with IEEE 802.11n and 802.11ac specificationsMost modern devices (i.e., devices made after 2009) meet these specifications. Check your device documentation to be sure it's 2.4 or 5 GHz compatible. may
wirelessly access the University network.
||UD students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to use eduroam as their primary Wi-Fi network both on campus and while visiting any other eduroam institution. Students, faculty, and staff from other eduroam institutions can connect to UD's eduroam network with their complete institutional email address. The network's level of encryption allows for protected access to confidential, critical information.|
||UDel is an unsecured network that will be increasingly unavailable on campus. It will be phased out in 2018. Do not attempt to access confidential, critical information on UDel because that network provides no data encryption.|
|Visitor and Guest Access
||Visitors to campus may use the UDel_Guest Wi-Fi network. University employees can sponsor guests for access to UDel_Guest and other University networks and resources.|
|Wired (Ethernet) Connection|
||Ethernet connections provide the fastest and most reliable Internet access on campus.|
|Gaming consoles, Wi-Fi printers, Chromecast, Apple
TV, and other browserless devices
||Since these devices have no browser, you must start configuring them on an internet-capable device (computer, tablet, smartphone) and complete the registration on the device you are registering.|
||Using a Virtual Private Network (VPN) client will allow you to log in to University resources usually restricted to on-campus use from off campus.|
|SFTP/SCP (File Transfers) and SSH
||Software is available for Windows and Mac for file transfers and SSH connections with
copland.udel.eduand other central UNIX servers.