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ISUnet Terms of Use

Everyone is required to agree to the ISUnet Terms of Use when they sign up for wireless service at Illinois State University.

Wireless service is available across campus and to students living in the campus residence halls at Illinois State University.

A copy of the ISUnet Terms of use is displayed below.

ISUnet Terms of Use

You are required to abide by the ISUnet Terms of Use shown below. Violating the ISUnet Terms of Use can result in a termination of your network connectivity to the campus network and the Internet. Depending on the nature of the violation, you may also be referred to Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution for disciplinary action.

  • I will abide by Illinois State University’s Appropriate Use Policy.
  • I will not unlawfully download or share copyrighted material (music, movies, documents, etc.).
  • I understand that peer-to-peer traffic is blocked through ISUnet.
  • I will not engage in activities which disrupt the campus network.
  • I understand that I am responsible for all activities that occur through the devices I am registering.
  • I understand that the network may be temporarily unavailable; network access may be limited during maintenance periods; and bandwidth restrictions may apply to certain applications or services.
  • I understand that the network will be routinely monitored for security threats and/or management activity, including, but not limited to, spyware, viruses, denial of service attacks, copyrighted material, and unprotected systems.
  • I have installed all required critical security updates and all required software.
  • I will not attempt to alter, change, or modify any software installed during the device registration process.
  • I understand that to use ISUnet, my computer must be configured to use DHCP to obtain a dynamic IP address.
  • I understand that I may only connect one device at a time to an ISUnet Ethernet jack and that I may not connect other communication devices, such as an Ethernet hub, router, switch, printer server, or wireless access point.

If you do not understand each of these conditions, please contact the Technology Support Center at (309) 438- HELP (8-4357) for more information.

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