DIY Networking


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To review step-by-step instructions on how to configure your devices, including wireless/wired network connections, UPrint configuration, anti-virus software installation, and much more, visit the Back to School DIY website!


DIY Instructional Videos

This section includes a set of instructional videos which demonstrate the different configuration steps required to connect to the University of Miami's IT resources. Choose the device you wish to configure:

Apple

Windows

iPhone/iPad

Android



Wireless

CaneNet Wireless (for Students)

SecureCanes (for Faculty & Staff)

CanesGuest (for Guests)

Wired - Student Network

CaneNet Wired
For the Residential Colleges and University Village, please see the following link for information on how to connect to the wired network, CaneNet. Please note that you must register your MAC address* to access the CaneNet network.

CaneNet Wired for Desktop Computers/Laptops
In the event that you are not prompted to enter your credentials when you plug in your desktop computer or laptop, please see the following instructions on how to enable 802.1x authentication for your Ethernet connection.

Wireless and Wired

The following links contain information for connecting to both the Wireless and Wired (CaneNet) network. Please note that to access the CaneGames wireless network you must first register your MAC address*.

Apple TV Game Consoles (CaneGames) Streaming Devices

*Not sure how to find your MAC address? Please click here for instructions. If you do not see instructions for your specific device(s), or if you experience any issues connecting your device(s), please contact the UMIT Service Desk at (305) 284-6565 or help@miami.edu.


eduroam

eduroam allows students, researchers, and staff from participating institutions to obtain internet connectivity across campus and when visiting other participating institutions by simply opening their laptop and connecting to the eduroam SSID.