Which network should I use for my device?

Student, Faculty, and Staff Device Wired network bucknell.edu wireless bucknell_iot wireless Desktop Computer ✔ ✔ Laptop Computer ✔ ✔ Smartphone & Tablet ✔ Gaming & Media ✔ Wired Ethernet: If your desktop or laptop computer has an ethernet jack and you have an ethernet cable, plug one end of the cable into the jack on […]

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What is SafeConnect?

SafeConnect is a Network Access Control device – which means that it is a piece of computer equipment that helps us control who can access the Bucknell network. We have a few requirements that need to be met before a computer can connect to the Bucknell network, including: PCs must be up-to-date with Windows Updates, […]

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How do I change the network connections order on my Windows laptop?

If your computer uses your wireless connection when you want it to use your wired network connection, please follow these instructions. The video below shows how to change the order. If you are not able to follow the video, see the step-by-step instructions below that tell you what to do.   Locate Control Panel from […]

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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 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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