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- You may register up to two computers for use on the ResNet network. You may also connect your registered computers at any ResNet jack (e.g., in a friend's residence hall room, a ResNet-wired lounge, etc.).
- ITS provides Internet and security software to help you make the most of your connection to NYU's network on the ITS Software page.
The NYU Residential Networking service (ResNet) provides in-room Ethernet connections to NYUHome, email, and other Internet services. ResNet is provided by NYU's Information Technology Services (ITS), in conjunction with NYU Housing. There is no charge for ResNet service. To register your computer for NYU ResNet, you must be a resident of one of the ResNet-wired NYU residence halls (see below), and meet the requirements.
Access to the Internet is made available to residents of NYU housing as part of the educational computing and networking resources of the University. Such resources and use of NYU's network are privileges and must be exercised in conformity with all applicable NYU policies and procedures and all applicable federal and state laws. In particular, be sure to familiarize yourself with the policies and additional information on the ResNet Registration tab and the policies regulating the use of peer-to-peer applications on ResNet. Failure to abide by these policies can result in suspension of network privileges and referral of the matter to the appropriate disciplinary process.
ResNet-Wired Residence Halls
Please see the ServiceLink knowledge base for the current list of ResNet-wired residence halls.
Page last reviewed: June 19, 2013