How do I turn wireless on/off on my Windows laptop?

The following covers steps that you can follow to turn your wi-fi on or off on laptops from the list of Faculty/Staff Standard Computers at Bucknell. FIND YOUR LAPTOP ON THE LIST first, and then follow the instructions. If your computer has Windows 10 installed on it, follow the instructions for Dell Latitude E5470 (first on the […]

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Why am I being asked about a certificate when connecting to the wireless network?

A new security certificate has been activated for the “bucknell.edu” wireless network.  The root CA has been pushed out to all domain-managed Windows boxes.  Users of non-domain Windows boxes as well as other operating systems, including some mobile devices, may be prompted to accept the new certificate when they reconnect connect to “bucknell.edu”. See the following […]

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How do I fix slow internet?

Have you been using your computer for an extended period of time? Try restarting your computer; let it cool down before you use it again. Running your computer for an extended period of time is a bad idea and you should let it get a rest. Have you recently installed any new applications? Often, it […]

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How do I use ShareLink?

Follow the following steps to share your screen using ShareLink: Locate a projector that supports Sharelink and turn it on. Select “ShareLink” in the “source” list on the projector’s remote controller. Your projector should now display something like this: 4. WARNING: If you are using the bucknell_guests wireless network, this step will not work. Please plug in a […]

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How do I broadcast a live video from my phone to a projector?

To broadcast a live video from your smarphone or a tablet, you can use ShareLink. See this link for locations on campus that have projectors supporting ShareLink. Next, download the MirrorOp for Extron Sharelink or MirrorOp Sender from the App Store or Play Store for your phone. See this link for instructions on connecting your phone […]

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Where can I use ShareLink?

Currently, the following rooms have wireless projection capability via Sharelink: BERT 217 COMP 202 DANA 113 319 325 GRMB 147 LANG 241A 241B 241C 241D OLIN 260 451 OLRY 201 202 232 RCHM 101 102 For additional information or assistance, please contact the Tech Desk at 570.577.7777 or techdesk@bucknell.edu. Keywords: internet, presentation, projector, share screen, Wireless, Extron, sharelink, […]

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What is ShareLink?

Extron ShareLink is a way for you to share your screen on a projector making use of an wireless Internet connection. Sharelink allows you to present on a projector screen from your computer, smartphone, or tablet without having to connect to the projector using a physical medium. For additional information or assistance, please contact the Tech Desk […]

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How do I setup my entertainment device or smart TV in my room?

Many consumer entertainment devices are not designed to work wirelessly in an enterprise environment (they do not support WPA2-Enterprise/802.1X authentication), but should work on our wired (Ethernet) network. If your device doesn’t have a network port, like a Roku 1, it will not work on our network. Each dorm room on campus has one active […]

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Will my wireless device work on campus?

Phones, other mobile devices, and computers will connect to our bucknell.edu wireless network, but many devices will not. We use a standard protocol called 802.1x which requires you to log into the network with your Bucknell username and password. If your device does not have an interface where you can input your username and password, it […]

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What is eduroam and how do I use it?

What is eduroam? eduroam (education roaming) is a secured WiFi network service that allows students, faculty and staff to use their home institution’s WiFi credentials to access WiFi network services, when visiting other eduroam participating institutions—without having to set up a guest account. eduroam is offered in more than 50 countries throughout Europe and Asia, […]

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