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Finding Your MAC Address

Due to the ever changing world of streaming devices and gaming consoles, these instructions are a general guideline of where the  MAC address for devices are normally located.
The MAC address location of your specific device may be slightly different.

MAC address are always listed using the 0-9 and A-E as:
00:00:00:00:00:00
OR
00-00-00-00-00-00

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Problematic Devices

Many networked devices are designed for home use, as opposed to a managed network such as GeauxWiFi. As a result, these devices will either simply will not work with the Campus network, or will cause interference with GeauxWiFi. 

Known problematic devices:

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Leaving the University?

University of Louisiana at Lafayette policy states that once you have separated from the University (for reasons other than retirement), you will no longer have access to University IT resources. 

Tips to help you make a smooth transition from the University:

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Campus Operator

Operator Services provides the public with information concerning the University, ensuring accuracy of call redirection for business and academic affairs, and provides Assistance in emergencies.


Office hours for Operator Services are from 7:30 AM through 5:00 PM on Monday through Thursday and 7:30 AM through 12:30 PM on Fridays.


To contact Operator Services, just dial 0# from any campus telephone. If you are calling from outside the University, dial (337) 482-1000.

 

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Using a Switch in Residence Halls

Wireless routers are NOT allowed in residence halls.

The use of mobile hotspots is also strongly discouraged

The ability to share your cellular data plan with your laptop or other devices can possibly work great for you, but will cause immediate interference for other residents. It is also important to remember that others around you may connect to your cell phone and use your data bandwidth, which may end up costing you overage fees.

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Cell Phone Coverage on Campus

Students, staff and visitors experience variations in cell phone service on Campus.  Each cell phone provider makes decisions about the service level they provide in each city and rural area across the country.  You (not the University), as a cell phone customer, have a voice in getting your cell phone provider to provide the service you need. Learn about WiFi calling, as it will improve your call quality on campus.

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