The University provides Internet/Network access for all University affiliates on-campus, including wired high-speed Ethernet, dormitory network access (ResNet), campus-wide wireless (see Related Services), and educational connections on Florida Lambda Rail (FLR) and National Lambda Rail (NLR).
Some devices such as game consoles, smart TVs and streaming devices may need to be registered to access the network. For more information on Network Registration, see Request this Service.
- High-speed Ethernet | On-campus high-speed Ethernet access for FSU departments and locations
- Residence hall access | Dormitory wired internet access for computers, gaming consoles, and other network or streaming devices
- Connections for research | Research and education connections provided through partnership with institutions, private companies and nonprofit organizations
- Requestable access | request and register new on campus wired internet access
- Consistent hard-wired service | A hardwired service provides a constant stream of network access for continual service
Internet Partnerships: Institutions, private companies and nonprofit organizations partnered to provide high-speed research and educational connections.
- Internet2 - Internet2 is a cooperative effort of over 180 member institutions working together with private member companies and non-profit organizations to build a new high-speed national network.
- Florida LambdaRail (FLR) - The Florida LambdaRail, LLC (FLR) was created to facilitate advanced research, education, and economic development activities in the State of Florida, utilizing next generation network technologies, protocols, and services
On-campus tenants will need Ethernet-capable computers or devices and also Ethernet network cables.
There is no charge for this service.
Please refer to the "Search for Help" button in the top right corner of this page to find any relevant FAQs for this offering.
To access the wired network available within residence halls:
- Connect your computer or device to a network port with an Ethernet cable
- Open an internet browser (Chrome, Safari, Firefox, etc.)
- Navigate to a web page
- When prompted, sign in with your FSUID and password
- After logging into the ResNet, you may need to restart your computer or device to complete registration
To either connect a wired gaming or streaming device to the FSU ResNet (residence hall Ethernet network) or connect a wireless device such as a smart TV, media streaming player (e.g., Chromecast, Roku, Amazon Fire Stick, etc.) or smart assistant (e.g., Amazon Alexa, Google Home, etc.) to the FSUGuest wireless network, the device must be registered with ITS.
To register your device:
- Prior to registering:
- Connect the device to a network port with an Ethernet cable (for student resident wired gaming or streaming devices)
- Obtain the device's wired (to connect to FSU ResNet) or wireless (to connect to FSUGuest) MAC address
- Go to:
- Student Residents: resreg.its.fsu.edu (resreg)
- Faculty and Staff: camreg.its.fsu.edu (camreg)
- Sign in with your FSUID username and password
- After registering your device, you may need to restart the device to complete registration
- The device registration pages cannot be accessed by using a non-FSU network.
- Gaming systems may be registered to use the wired Residence Hall network (Ethernet) only, and are not supported on the wireless networks (FSUSecure or FSUGuest).
- Employee devices registered on camreg (camreg.its.fsu.edu) will not work in the residence halls. Student devices registered on resreg (resreg.its.fsu.edu) will not work outside of the residence halls.
- The same device cannot be registered at both resreg.its.fsu.edu and camreg.its.fsu.edu.
- Device registrations are valid until the end of each summer semester. Registrations will be deleted between the summer and fall semesters and must be renewed every year.
- Create a repair ticket with the following information:
- Details of Repair Request: Description of issue and problem device's MAC Address
Click the icons to contact the ITS Service Desk via phone, chat or webform.
Check the ITS Service Status page for the latest info on outages and maintenance.