To connect the computer to the wall jack, use an Ethernet cable rated for Category 6 for network use -- do not attempt to use a telephone cord.
Routers are not allowed on the UNCP network. Also, Chromecasts do not work on the network. Wireless printers can only be used with a printer cable connected and the wireless capability turned off.
Please try the following methods:
Reboot the Computer
Many problems will resolve themselves if you restart the computer. If rebooting doesn't work, shut down the computer completely, wait 60 seconds and turn it back on.
Check to make sure the network adapter is enabled.
There is usually a key on the keyboard or a switch on the side or front of the laptop that can be pressed or moved to turn the wireless adapter on.
Check the IPv4 Address, Default Gateway and DNS Server
Right-click the network icon located in the system tray near the clock > Click Open Network and Sharing Center > Click BraveWifi or Local Area Connection as appropriate for your connection > Click Details to verify that the IPv4 Address, Default Gateway and DNS Server all begin with 10 or 152. If they don’t, click here for Windows 10 Network Configuration.
- Try uninstalling and reinstalling the network adapter
Navigate to Device Manager, click the arrow next to Network adapters, and then right-click the wireless or wired card (as appropriate for the connection you are trying to use). Click Uninstall, then OK. Click Action from the menu at the top, then Scan for hardware changes to reinstall the network adapter. Try to access the Internet.
No. DoIT does not support student-owned computers. DoIT provides maintenance and repair services only for university-owned computers. It is your responsibility to maintain your computer system.
Assistance is limited to network and Internet connectivity issues. DoIT does not remove viruses or malware from student computers. If you don’t have an antivirus, you may be able to download one and scan your computer. AMP (Advanced Malware Protection) is available for download by students. Click here to go to the AMP for Students page for more information.
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