DuqNet, Duquesne University's high-speed wireless network, provides wireless connectivity across all campus buildings and in many outdoor areas. Students, faculty and staff can connect to DuqNet on their personal and university-managed devices.
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Connecting to DuqNet
You can connect to DuqNet on most devices by selecting the wireless network named "DuqNet" and signing in with your MultiPass username and password. However, some devices require you to change network settings in order to connect to DuqNet. Instructions for connecting to DuqNet on different operating systems is available below.
Note: After you changed your MultiPass password, "forget" the DuqNet network on your device and then reconnect to DuqNet using your new MultiPass password.
The DuqNet Guest network is reserved for individuals visiting the university, such as guest speakers or conference attendees. University employees can request a DuqNet Guest account for a guest by sending an email to email@example.com with the following information:
- The name of the guest
- Length of time the guest account is needed
- Preferred username and password for the guest account.
What does my tuition pay for with respect to the internet connection in my room?
All Living Learning Centers (LLCs) have been updated with state-of-the-art wireless technology, including a dedicated wireless network for gaming and streaming devices.
Only WPA2 Enterprise devices can connect to DuqNet. Any non-WPA2 Enterprise devices, such as Apple TV, Xbox or Roku, can be registered to connect to DuqNet IoT.
Does CTS block any web sites or applications on DuqNet?
CTS does not block any websites or applications on DuqNet.
Can I bring a wireless router, FTP server or web server onto campus and connect to that?
The University's network service requirements for student use of the campus network does not permit the operation of a server or router of any kind on the campus network. Servers and routers of this kind will not operate on the residential network.