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Availability of High Density Wireless at LSU This message is intended to educate you, the Technical Service Professionals at LSU, on wireless and the challenges ITS faces with high density deployments. Should your department begin to consider moving towards requiring laptops or tablets for its curriculum, ITS-UNI should be contacted to survey the...
Article Id: 17241
Category: Wireless Features & Information

General Information Often, due to (vendor-supplied) power-saving programs or accident, the wireless ‘radio’ can be disabled and it may be difficult to re-enable by using the Windows Wireless Configuration menus. The Function Key “Fn” when held with a Function key ‘F2’ for...
Article Id: 1573
Category: Wireless Features & Information

Wireless coverage throughout the LSU campus is extensive. This image can give you a good idea of the buildings and outdoor areas that have wireless capabilities.
Article Id: 247
Category: Wireless Features & Information

General Information The LSU wireless network is available to LSU students, faculty, staff, eduroam visitors and sponsored guests. When on the LSU campus, you will see three wireless networks advertised: lsuguest For sponsored guests only. To request a guest account...
Article Id: 17390
Category: Wireless Features & Information

Wireless 802.11 Definition: 802.11 is a standard that was developed by the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE). It is the original wireless specification. Extensions of the 802.11 standard were given the same number with a letter suffix. 802.11 Provides up to 2Mbps...
Article Id: 5628
Category: Wireless Features & Information

SSID stands for Service Set Identifier. This is simply a name used to identify a wireless network. The SSID can either be broadcast or hidden. When the SSID is hidden, the user must know what the SSID of the wireless network is in order to gain access. When the SSID is broadcast, the wireless network is available to anybody. The access points on the LSU wireless...
Article Id: 5622
Category: Wireless Features & Information

To Determine 5 GHz Network Band Capability: Check on Windows: 1. Search " cmd " in the Start Menu .
Article Id: 17341
Category: Dual Band

Article Id: 16676
Category: Mobile Devices