Get connected to the New LIU WiFi network.
The LIU Wi-Fi network uses IEEE 802.11ac access points and provides students, faculty and staff with free and fast Internet access almost everywhere on campus . To use the Wi-Fi network first choose the network suitable for your needs.
LIUAdmin – For administrators only (with permission)
LIUNET – For students, faculty, and staff. (Student’s should have an activated My LIU account. )
LIUNET-guest – for guests to the campus
When you try to access the internet you will be automatically redirected to the Authentication page.
To Log into the WiFi network
- Choose ‘LIUNET’ from the list of WiFi networks.
- Enter your Username (the same username and password that you use to log-in into the My LIU Portal).
- Click Sign On.
- Choose ‘LIUNET-GUEST’ from the list of WiFi networks.
- At the login screen, click ” Don’t have an account” at the bottom.
- Fill in the fields.
- Click Register.
- On the next screen click Sign On, then Continue
- New look & feel (see sample screenshot)
- Improved experience for users (no need to select profile role anymore)
- Streamlined “Guest” registration for campus events/guests
- Performance improvement (faster than before)
- Security enhancements
Network connected drives
Many departments and staff use Network Attached Storage (NAS) to store departmental files for documentation and/or projects. To request access to a departmental shared drive, please have your department chair or secretary send a request on your behalf to email@example.com.
If you are requesting to have a new share drive created for yourself then simply make the request to the same email as above.
Cisco Anyconnect is a Virtual Private Network (VPN) client that allows you to securely connect to the LIU administrative network from off campus. In order to get VPN access, you must fill out a VPN access request form, as well as have your laptop wiped and encrypted for work use.
The University network provides inter-connectivity between all departmental and campus networks, and also provides connection between these networks and the Internet. This is accomplished by having a resilient high speed Gigabit Ethernet backbone that is supported by 6 Cisco® Catalyst® 6500 Series multi-layer modular switches. The backbone extends to all University buildings and provides access to and from Fast Ethernet segments. Users’ end nodes are connected at 10/100Mbs via a combination of Cisco Catalyst 6500, 4000 and 3500 access layer switches. A fiber optic Ethernet network interconnects the central computer configuration. We are currently multi-homed to the Internet by means of two Internet Service Providers (ISPs). The ISPs that we are using are Cogent and Cablevision Lightpath. They both provide us with a 100Mb link to the Internet. Our Internet-facing Cisco router includes a Cisco’s Firewall Services Module which provide advanced security services including firewalling capabilities.