How to Connect to EagleNet (WiFi)
This is a guide for faculty, staff, and students to use when accessing the campus WiFi, affectionately dubbed "EagleNet".
How to Forget a WiFi Network
Forgetting a wireless network on your device is often a useful strategy when troubleshooting wireless network problems, particularly if your configuration or access key for the wireless network may be incorrect. This article provides instructions on how to forget a wireless network on various operating systems and device types.
NAT Type Restrictions on the Tennessee Tech Network
Our campus network, as is most other educational, corporate, or public networks, is a Strict NAT (type 3). This may cause problems with certain online games, dependent upon how the game developers have designed online play to function. Check here for an in-depth explanation.
You have a desktop, gaming console, or other device in your dorm room or apartment that you would like to connect to the TTU wired network.
Visitors on campus can use this article to get access to the internet via the TTU wireless network.