Wired Networking

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Wired Networking

Wired Networking

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For: Faculty, Staff, Students

Access: Varies by device; see details below

Availability: 24/7/365

Helpful Resources:
Connect an entertainment or gaming device to the wired network.

What Do I Get? 

This service provides access to the internet and/or Rowan Network resources through a network jack. 

Why Do I Want It? 

Wired networking gives faculty, staff and students a reliable connection to the internet and/or Rowan Network resources to access applications and data.  

Who Can Get It?

This service is available to faculty, staff and students.

How Do I Request It?

Faculty, staff and students are authorized for wired network access. However, personal computers may only access the internet through the wired network; you cannot access internal Rowan Network resources. 

How Can I Access It?  

Personal Devices

As of May 2024, you no longer need to install ClearPass OnGuard to successfully connect a personal computer to the wired network on campus. Plug in your computer, and you can access the internet. 

You can also connect streaming devices, like gaming consoles and smart devices, to the wired network, though you'll need to register them first at rowan.edu/device (while on-campus). For help, review our article on connecting streaming devices.

Rowan-Managed Devices

Rowan-managed devices will automatically connect to the wired network once plugged in. 

How Do I Get Help With It After I Have It?

If you have any questions, please contact the Technology Support Center at 856-256-4400. You can also submit your question in the Rowan Support Portal.

The Technology Support Center aims to address all support requests within one business day. If the Technology Support Center cannot resolve your issue, it will take up to three more business days to receive a response to your support request for this service.