Connecting to restricted.utexas.edu Wi-Fi
Current students, faculty, staff, and official visitors have access to the wireless network on campus (SSID: restricted.utexas.edu).
You must configure your computer or mobile device to use restricted.utexas.edu so that the security and sign-in processes work correctly. Instructions for configuring restricted.utexas.edu can be found on the Connecting to Wireless Internet on restricted.utexas.edu Public Network page.
Procedures are currently available for:
- Windows XP
- Windows Vista
- Windows 7
- Mac OS X 10.6 and above
- iPod Touch
- HP iPAQ
- Palm T|X
If you experience trouble connecting to restricted.utexas.edu wireless or if a configuration is not available for your device, contact the ITS Help Desk or check the Wireless forum in the Tech Staff Portal to find resolutions or discuss your issue with the university technical community.
Applications that require publicly accessible IP addresses
Due to the large number of devices on the wireless network, connected devices are no longer assigned publicly accessible IP addresses. The network uses the NAT protocol to distribute internal IP addresses. If you have applications that will not function through NAT, you may request a public IP address.
Requests to opt-out of NAT will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. To request a public address, email email@example.com. Include your EID and a description of your applications, operating systems and devices that do not work with NAT. Opt-outs will apply to all devices authenticated under your EID.
Last updated July 30, 2013 @ 1:09 pm