Devices permitted on the IU network

At Indiana University, any device you connect to the university's network needs to comply with standards set by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). This includes wireless routers and telephones, among other devices. If you bought your device in the United States, it is FCC-compliant. If you bought it in another country, look for the FCC logo on the body, the box, or the manual:

The FCC logo

Any wireless router/access point (WAP) you purchase needs to have regular security updates available from the vendor. Vendors that have regular security updates include Netgear, Linksys, and D-Link.

The IU Secure wireless network is available in most IU Bloomington and IUPUI campus residences.

IU Bloomington: You may operate a properly configured, FCC-approved wireless access point (WAP) as an exception to the Extending the University Data Network (IT-19) and Wireless Networking (IT-20) policies from the University Information Policy Office (UIPO) only if your residence is listed at Wireless Networking: Temporary Exception 2 (ITE20-02). Once IU Secure is available in your residence, this exception will no longer apply and you will need to remove your WAP from the network. See Configure a wireless access point at IUB or IUPUI if your campus residence does not yet have access to IU Secure.

IUPUI: IU Secure is not available at Park Place. AT&T provides high-speed wireless access to Park Place residents.

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