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Old 08-13-2006, 03:50 PM
Camille Gallo
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Hey, do we need any cable splitter or wires for hooking up our tvs??? And do we need a network cable....are they called usb?? ( i forget) for the internet or is wireless in the dorms?
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Old 08-13-2006, 04:48 PM
Daniel K. Carmody
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TV - All you need is the standard cable to hook the TV up to the box in each room.

Computer - You'll recieve an ethernet cable with your computer. The campus is wireless to an extent, but most people just use the ethernet cords.
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Old 08-19-2006, 10:21 PM
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Most of the residence hall rooms don't have wireless. There is wireless in the Tolley-Brown lounge and the Welch-Holloway lounge, and some adjacent rooms may be able to pick up coverage from these access points and other APs on campus (the Commons and the UC notably for the first year halls).

We'd like to eventually get out to rooms, but it's not easy, there have been more important funding priorities, and the wired connections in rooms will perform much better than wireless in any circumstances.
--Mike Richichi
Director of Computing and Network Services
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