Wired network wall ports are provided in all residence hall rooms. Wired connections are more secure, faster and offer higher reliability than wireless.
You must have Antivirus software protecting your computer as well as a current version of the operating system (most recent or 1 version behind).
Students are required to provide a CAT5/6 cable between the computer and network wall port. We recommend 15-25 feet, depending on your room layout.
Turn off wireless.
Connect a CAT5/6 cable between the network wall port and the ethernet jack on the computer.
Configure your network settings to DHCP.
Open a browser (Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari).
navigate to www.csc.edu.
Bradford Persistent Agent will download and scan your device for antivirus*.
*Phones and tablets will not need antivirus.
If your device has all required software, it will establish the connection.
To connect a smart TV or gaming console please click on the registration page.
Accept the terms, and then register a Smart Device.
Enter your username, password, and MAC address* to register the device.
If you do not know how to find your MAC address, there will be instructions on the sign-in page.
Antivirus software is required for registration of personal devices on the CSC network. The following are recommended.
Please take the time to configure Antivirus software to protect your computer and the campus network. IT Help Desk staff is available to provide assistance.
This error indicates that you are attempting to register a 4th device. You are allowed 3 devices on the campus network. This includes wired and wireless devices.
If you receive this error, you will be redirected to the registration page. Click on Host Inventory - Manage Your Currently Registered Devices and log in. This action will show you what devices you have registered and you have the access to delete devices that you no longer need registered to the network.
This error indicates that your username and/or password are incorrect.
A common troubleshooting technique is to clear your browser cache and cookies. This technique may be helpful if you are having issues accessing the registration page when first connecting to the network.
Go to refreshyourcache.com to see how to clear your cache and cookies on your specific browser.
If you are experiencing other issues not listed above, please contact the IT Help Desk.