Connect to the Network
The internal Marist network is a 100 Mbps Ethernet network. To connect to the wired network, you will need an ethernet port/card and RJ-45 cable. Wireless network access is available in almost all buildings on campus. To connect to the wireless, you will need an 802.11b/g wireless card and the Cisco AnyConnect client.
To connect, simply plug in the Ethernet (RJ-45) cable into the Ethernet card and launch a web browser. You will be prompted to download and install the NAC Agent. The agent will provide a safe and secure connection to the Marist network. After the agent is installed, log in with your Marist ID and password. Once you log in you will have the ability to use the Internet, as well as resources on the Marist network.
To learn more about the NAC Agent you can visit: http://www.marist.edu/it/nac/
Students who would like to register additional devices (Xbox, PS3, etc.) can do so by accessing http://www.net.marist.edu/. For additional details and instructions see the Game Console Network Access Guide.
After you log in with your Marist ID, click on "Add a Device" and enter in the MAC address of your device. Most MAC addresses can be found in the settings section of your device.
The http://www.net.marist.edu/ website is only accessible from on-campus.
File sharing of copyrighted materials without the permission of the copyright owner is illegal and a violation of the Marist College Technology Agreement. By using your Marist Account or any device on the Marist network, you agree to and are bound by all terms and conditions of the AUP.
You do not have to be downloading to be caught for file sharing. Peer to peer (P2P) software is always running in the background even if you are not downloading. Uninstall any peer to peer (P2P) software before you come to school. The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) and The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) target individuals who are in violation of copyright laws. If Marist receives a letter from these organizations the student’s network access will be removed and he or she will be placed on network probation. To learn more about copyright laws and the security policies of Marist College please visit: http://security.marist.edu/
Social networking is an incredible powerful tool. The Internet is open to everyone, think before you post personal information. To learn how to protect your Facebook account please visit A Guide to Facebook Security.
Student removed from the Marist network and placed on network probation.
- Student must bring their computer to the ResNet office.
- All peer to peer software will be uninstalled by a ResNet technician.
- Every copyrighted file will be deleted unless the student provides proof of purchase.
- Student must sign the Marist College Technology Agreement.
Student removed from the Marist network and placed on network probation for 1 week. The 1 week probation does not start until after the computer is cleaned.
Student removed from the Marist network and placed on network probation. After the computer is cleaned the student will be referred to the Office of Student Conduct for resolution.