How do I connect my Wii to the network?

Wii Detection Overview: The user connects the Wii to the network and receives an IP address. Safe•Connect detects the device on the network and blocks it as an unknown detection client. The User then launches the Internet Channel and attempts to access and external resource which provides Safe•Connect with sufficient traffic to properly classify the […]

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How do I connect my PS4 to the network?

Detection Overview: The user connects the PS4 to the network and receives an IP address. Safe•Connect detects the device on the network and blocks it as an unknown detection client. The user connects to the PlayStation Network which provides Safe•Connect with sufficient traffic to properly classify the device as a Sony Gaming Console. 1. Connect […]

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How do I connect my Xbox One to the network?

Detection Overview: The user connects the Xbox One to the network and receives an IP address. Safe•Connect detects the device on the network and blocks it as an unknown detection client. The user then launches Internet Explorer which provides Safe•Connect with sufficient traffic to properly classify the device as a Microsoft Gaming Console. Note: you […]

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What channels are available on BUTV?

Bucknell offers BUTV in lounges and public spaces across campus over the campus network. The following contains the BUTV channel lineup for the Fall of 2016: Callsign Display Name WNEP ABC WYOU CBS WBRE NBC WSWB The CW WVIA PBS WQMY MyNetworkTV WOLF Fox WQPX ION AUD Audience Network CNN CNN HLN HLN ESPN ESPN […]

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BUTV FAQ

Q:  What is BUTV? A:  BUTV is the name for the TV options distributed across Bucknell’s campus.  Q:  Can I view BUTV in the confines of my room? A:  No, BUTV is not available in individual student rooms. However, you may have options available from your home cable provider or other streaming services. Click here […]

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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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What options do I have for watching live TV in my residence hall room?

BUTV is available in all residence hall lounges, but it is not available in individual rooms. Students have many options for streaming live or delayed TV in their rooms, including (but not limited to): Many cable and satellite-TV providers — including AT&T’s U-verse, Charter, Comcast, Cox, DirecTV, Dish Network, Time Warner Cable and Verizon Fios […]

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How do I crop and resize a photo for the directory?

A directory photo must meet this particular photo requirement: No larger than 299×375 (pixels) or 75K (passport size) and no smaller than 10K What we tend to find is that students attempt to upload photos that are too large and then sometimes they compress them down to a size that is actually below the requirement. If you try […]

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How do I turn off wireless on my HP Printer?

All credit for this article should go to the Univ of California at San Diego Bucknell does not support printing to personal wireless printers, but even though you cannot connect to your printer, it is still broadcasting a wireless signal. This signal interferes with bucknell.edu and can prevent students from connecting to our network. You […]

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Clearing malware from Macs

We had a mac with malware today *gasp* *horror* It was actually pretty easy to kill. look in /Library/Internet Plug-ins.   Kill conduit/geneio/vsearch/anything that looks suspicious. (cmd + delete, you will be prompted for the admin password) Look in ~/Library/Internet Plug-ins (go to the Go menu in finder, select go to folder and type ~/Library to access the folder […]

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