March 27, 2018, by UNH IT Staff
UNH IT Releases Recommendations for WiFi Devices
UNH’s wireless network operates best when accessed by devices equipped with the latest wireless networking standard, 802.11ac. This applies to research and online recreation alike.
UNH IT recommends when shopping and purchasing new wireless devices, seek those complying with 802.11ac standard. This applies to UNH students, faculty, and staff.
Here is a quick guide:
Laptops – For the best possible user experience 802.11ac is...
September 13, 2017, by Stan Waddell
Effective and efficient delivery of network access is integral to the University community. It touches every part of daily life here at UNH, including residential life, academic delivery, and research. The UNH network can see devices that range from desktops, laptops, and smart phones to high performance computers and gaming consoles. Each of these devices carry their own types of connection and throughput needs.
The wireless network in the residence halls is now more modern and has faster...
April 3, 2017, by UNH IT Staff
The University of New Hampshire issues secure certificates to access the UNH-Secure wireless network. UNH-Secure certificates are valid for two years and some certificates are nearing their expiration. When a certificate expires, a device will simply not connect to UNH-Secure.
Thankfully, obtaining a new certificate is easily accomplished by re-running the UNH Secure Wireless applet at http://wifi.unh.edu. There is no limit on the number of certificates for a device nor on the...