Nintendo DS

Step 1 Open Settings Step 2 Open Internet Settings Step 3 Open Connection Settings Step 4 Select a Connection Step 5 Choose Manual Setup Step 6 Search for Access Point Step 7 Select “ufdevice”. You will now be prompted for a password. The password is “gogators” without the apostrophes. After this you will be online and can continue to use …

Wii

Step 1 From the Main Menu, Select the Wrench Icon for settings. Step 2 Select System Settings. Step 3 Select Internet Settings. Step 4 Select View MAC Address. Step 5 At this point you will now have the MAC address we need for you to register. Please register this MAC address on our website at https://www.dhnet.ufl.edu/deviceregistration You may continue forward …

Playstation

Step 1. On the System Panel, navigate to Settings. Step 2. Select Network Settings. Step 3. Select View Connection Status. You will see this page. Please now register the MAC Address (Wi-Fi) on our website at Device Registration *Note: If you wish to connect using an Ethernet cable, submit the WIRED/ ETHERNET MAC Address for registration. Once it has been …

Xbox

CONNECTING TO A WIRELESS NETWORK DURING THE FIRST TIME SET UP Step 1 Xbox One asks, Which of these is yours? Step 2 Select Add wireless network to see the list of available wireless networks. Then, browse to your wireless network and select it. Xbox now asks you to enter the password for your wireless network. Step 3 Type the …

Resolving Violations

The Office for Conduct and Community Standards (OCCS) handles ONLY DMCA and Level 3 AUP violations. Please do not call OCCS if you have questions about your Level 1 or Level 2 violation. Instead, contact ithelp@ufsa.ufl.edu. If you are unsure of the level of your violation please visit http://p2p.dhnet.ufl.edu. NOTE: Residents still have access to all UFL.EDU sites. If they …

Restriction Process

UF Housing and Residence Education is required to monitor DHNet Internet Services for any activity that is in violation of the DHNet Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) or the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). When a violation is detected, the user is immediately restricted from accessing the Internet with access limited to UFL.EDU websites only. Additionally, the user will receive an …

Digital Millennium Copyright Act

What is it? The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) outlines prohibitions regarding unauthorized use (including distribution) of literary/artistic works in digital form. While using internet services you are required to abide by the rules set up in the DMCA. You can read more about the law here. What happens when a violation occurs? Student Life IT staff often receive outside …

Linux

Step 1. From the network manager icon in the top panel, select the “eduroam” wireless network Step 2. In the Authentication required by wireless network window, ensure that the following settings are used: Wireless security: WPA & WPA2 Enterprise Authentication: Protected EAP (PEAP) Anonymous identity: (leave blank) PEAP version: Automatic Inner Authentication: MSCHAPv2 Username: (gatorlink@ufl.edu) Password: (gatorlink password) Step 3. …

Tablets

Step 1: Navigate to Settings Step 2: Go to Wi-Fi Settings Step 3: Select eduroam Make sure to match these settings! Step 4: Phase 2 authentication – Set to MSCHAPV2 Step 5: Identity – Enter your Gatorlink@ufl.edu Step 6: Anonymous identity – Leave Blank Step 7: Password – Enter GatorLinkPassword Step 8: Click Connect