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This page explains how to set up your macOS device to use the UO Secure wireless network.
This page explains how to set up your Windows device to use the UO Secure wireless network.
Step-by-step guide on how to use the UO WiFi Setup network to repair your access to UO Secure.
If your login information is correct and your device is updated, and you've tried most basic known troubleshooting methods to attempt to connect to UO Secure but it still won't connect, then this article will teach you how to fix the issue in most cases.
This page explains how to set up your Android device to use the UO Secure wireless network.
This guide can be helpful when trying to connect to UO Secure but your device auto-connects to another UOregon network first.

It will go over how to adjust network priority or remove unwanted existing network connections.
Guest wireless Frequently Asked Questions.
You can set up a static IP on your iPhone/iPad by going to Settings > Wi-Fi > clicking on the "i" next to your network > Static.
One of the ways that guests visiting the University of Oregon can gain access to UO's wireless network and the internet is by having a UO faculty or staff member sponsor them. (Guests also have the option of Registering themselves for 7-day access, and some visitors can use eduroam. Learn more at Wireless Network Guest Access.)
Use VPN to connect to campus resources. Find out which software to use when connecting to the UO VPN.
This page explains how to set up your iOS device to use the UO Secure wireless network.
I have been asked to find the MAC address of my Windows 10 computer for wireless configuration. Where do I look to find it, and what's a MAC address, anyway?
This document explains the steps in getting a static IP address on android devices.
Instructions on how to connect to the UO's wireless network for guests visiting the University of Oregon.
Network connectivity problems can be the result of a variety of issues. This article goes through potential issues that could cause connectivity problems, including DHCP settings, proxy settings, and device drivers.