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Information Technology

Connect to the Network

Click the appropriate button below to configure FoxNet wireless or connect to the Marist College wired network

 

Connect to FoxNet Wireless Connect to the Wired Network - Internal Only

Connecting Wireless

Use the information below to connect and configure your wireless device.

  • You are able to preconfigure your devices prior to coming to campus by following the instructions below.  This will allow your device to automatically connect to the wireless network once you arrive on campus.

  • View Wireless Network Coverage

There are five wireless networks available for use at Marist College.

FoxNet-Setup: Open network for onboarding your device to the FoxNet and eduroam networks.

FoxNet: General usage for Marist students, staff and faculty.

FoxGadget: Used only for devices like game consoles, TV’s and streaming devices.

Marist Guest WiFi: Used by visitors for internet access (time limited to 24 hours).

eduroam: Used by visitors from other participating educational institutions for internet access.

If you need assistance, please contact the Marist College Help Desk at 845-575-4357.

Connecting to Marist Wireless Networks

Windows 10 and 8.1

FoxNet

For this process, you must have administrative access to make changes to your computer.

  1. If you are on campus, please connect to the FoxNet-Setup wireless network to complete the steps below. If you are configuring your device off campus, you can simply follow the directions below.

  2. Once connected to FoxNet-Setup, please open a browser and navigate to https://mynetworksetup.marist.edu and then click on the FoxNet icon to start the sign in process. 

  3. Click the “JoinNow” button to begin the small download called “Marist-Wireless-FoxNet-eduroam-TLS-Setup.exe”

  4. Run the application you have just downloaded and click “Next” which will use a web  browser to open a page on the Marist site where you will provide your Marist credentials.

  5. Once your credentials are authenticated, a certificate will be issued and installed on your computer so that you can securely join the FoxNet wireless network.

  6. Complete the installer wizard. If you are on campus, your system will automatically join the FoxNet network. If you are configuring off campus, you are done and your computer will automatically join the FoxNet network next time you are on campus.

Guest and Visitors

  1. Connect to the Marist Guest WiFi network.

  2. Enter your email address.

  3. You will have basic web browsing access for 24 hours. After that, you will need to go through the process again.

eduroam

  1. If you are affiliated with Marist follow the steps above for FoxNet. The FoxNet steps also configure eduroam on your device. If you are visiting from an eduroam member institution please continue to step 2.

  2. Connect to the “eduroam” wireless network and provide the credentials required by your educational institution.

  3. Once authenticated, you will have internet access while on the Marist College campus.

Apple Mac OS X

FoxNet

For this process, you must have administrative access to make changes to your computer.

  1. If you are on campus, please connect to the FoxNet-Setup wireless network to complete the steps below. If you are configuring your device off campus, you can simply follow the directions below.

  2. Once connected to FoxNet-Setup, please open the Safari browser and navigate to https://mynetworksetup.marist.edu and then click on the FoxNet icon to start the sign in process. 

  3. Click the “Sign in” button to be redirected to a Marist site where you will provide your Marist credentials.

  4. Once your credentials have been authenticated, click the “JoinNow” button download the “Marist College Marist-Wireless-FoxNet-eduroam-TLS MobileConfig” profile. Once downloaded, you can click the “Install” button.

  5. Your system will prompt you for your computer credentials and then click “OK” to complete the profile installation.

  6. You can now close the “Profiles” window.

  7. If you are on campus, select the FoxNet wireless network from the wireless menu dropdown at the top of your screen to join the FoxNet network. If you are configuring off campus, you are done and your computer will automatically join the FoxNet network next time you are on campus.

Guest and Visitors

  1. Connect to the Marist Guest WiFi network.

  2. Enter your email address.

  3. You will have basic web browsing access for 24 hours. After that, you will need to go through the process again.

eduroam

  1. If you are affiliated with Marist follow the steps above for FoxNet. The FoxNet steps also configure eduroam on your device. If you are visiting from an eduroam member institution please continue to step 2.

  2. Connect to the “eduroam” wireless network and provide the credentials required by your educational institution.

  3. Once authenticated, you will have internet access while on the Marist College campus.

iPhone or iPad

FoxNet

For this process, you must have administrative access to make changes to your computer.

  1. Please close all Safari browser windows.

  2. If you are on campus, please connect to the FoxNet-Setup wireless network to complete the steps below. If you are configuring your device off campus, you can simply follow the directions below.

  3. Please open the Safari browser and navigate to https://mynetworksetup.marist.edu and then tap on the FoxNet icon to start the sign in process. 

  4. Tap the “Sign In” button to be redirected to a Marist site where you will provide your Marist credentials.

  5. Once your credentials have been authenticated,  click the “JoinNow” button.

  6. You will be prompted to allow the configuration profile to access to your Settings, click “Allow”. Once downloaded, click “Close”.

  7. Open your device's System Preferences, and tap "Profile Downloaded," which is above Airplane Mode. Tap "Install" to install the configuration profile. Enter your device's passcode, if prompted, at this step.

  8. Tap “Install” and “Done” when complete.

  9. If you are on campus, you will automatically connect to FoxNet.

TROUBLESHOOTING TIPS:
1. Reboot your device
2. Forget the FoxNet network
3. Close all open Safari windows.
4. If you have a cellular data plan, disable WiFi and try the process again.

 

Guest and Visitors

  1. Connect to the Marist Guest WiFi network.

  2. Enter your email address.

  3. You will have basic web browsing access for 24 hours. After that, you will need to go through the process again.

eduroam

  1. If you are affiliated with Marist follow the steps above for FoxNet. The FoxNet steps also configure eduroam on your device. If you are visiting from an eduroam member institution please continue to step 2.

  2. Connect to the “eduroam” wireless network and provide the credentials required by your educational institution.

  3. Once authenticated, you will have internet access while on the Marist College campus.

Android

FoxNet

For this process, you must have administrative access to make changes to your computer.

  1. If you are on campus, please connect to the FoxNet-Setup wireless network to complete the steps below. If you are configuring your device off campus, you can simply follow the directions below.

  2. Once connected to FoxNet-Setup, please open a browser and navigate to https://mynetworksetup.marist.edu and then tap on the FoxNet icon to start the sign in process. 

  3. You will be re-directed to a new page where you will be asked to download and install an app. Tap the Download button.

  4. You will be directed to the Google Play Store. Tap Install.

  5. Tap on Accept.

  6. Once downloaded, click on Open.

  7. You will be redirected to the Marist website to enter your credentials. Then click Continue

  8. Your device will then be configured to connect to FoxNet. Once completed, click on Done.

  9. Your default browser will open and you will be redirected to https://www.marist.edu. You should now be able to browse the internet.

TROUBLESHOOTING TIPS:
1. Reboot your device
2. Forget the FoxNet network
3. Close all open browser windows.
4. If you have a cellular data plan, disable WiFi and try the process again.

 

Guest and Visitors

  1. Connect to the Marist Guest WiFi network.

  2. Enter your email address.

  3. You will have basic web browsing access for 24 hours. After that, you will need to go through the process again.

eduroam

  1. If you are affiliated with Marist follow the steps above for FoxNet. The FoxNet steps also configure eduroam on your device. If you are visiting from an eduroam member institution please continue to step 2.

  2. Connect to the “eduroam” wireless network and provide the credentials required by your educational institution.

  3. Once authenticated, you will have internet access while on the Marist College campus.

Chrome OS

FoxNet

For this process, you must have administrative access to make changes to your computer.

  1. If you are on campus, please connect to the FoxNet-Setup wireless network to complete the steps below. If you are configuring your device off campus, you can simply follow the directions below.

  2. Select “Install” which will redirect you to the Chromestore.

  3. Click “Add to Chrome” to install the JoinNow MultiOS extension. When prompted, click “Add to Chrome”.

  4. The original tab will now show the ability to sign in. Select “Sign In”

  5. Enter your Marist credentials

  6. Select “Download” to retrieve the ONC profile

  7. Switch to the “chrome://net-internals/#chromeos” tab

  8. Click "Choose File" and select the downloaded "SecureW2.onc" file. 

  9. Click "Open" to load the file. (Chrome OS does not provide a confirmation message that the file was loaded successfully - this is expected.)

  10. Go to your ChromeBook Settings and select "Internet Connection."

  11. Select "FoxNet" and click "Connect." Your device will now connect with the FoxNet network.

Guest and Visitors

  1. Connect to the Marist Guest WiFi network.

  2. Enter your email address.

  3. You will have basic web browsing access for 24 hours. After that, you will need to go through the process again.

eduroam

  1. If you are affiliated with Marist follow the steps above for FoxNet. The FoxNet steps also configure eduroam on your device. If you are visiting from an eduroam member institution please continue to step 2.

  2. Connect to the “eduroam” wireless network and provide the credentials required by your educational institution.

  3. Once authenticated, you will have internet access while on the Marist College campus.

Game Consoles & Multimedia Devices

  • Students who would like to register additional devices (Xbox One, PS4, AppleTV, etc.) can do so by accessing http://www.net.marist.edu/netmgt.  

  • After you log in with your Marist credentials, click on "Add a Wireless Device" and enter in the MAC address of your device. Most MAC addresses can be found in the settings section of your device.   Not all multimedia devices have the capability to connect to the Marist College network, and ResNet provides limited support for these devices.  

  • The http://www.net.marist.edu/netmgt website is only accessible from on-campus.

  • Once your device is registered, you will be provided with directions on how to wirelessly connect to FoxGadget.

Connecting to the Marist Wired Network

Computer

Windows and Apple Mac OS X Computers

  1. Plug the Ethernet cable into the network port.

  2. Launch a web browser.  You should be redirected to the Wired Network Setup utility. If you are not redirected automatically, the network port in your room may need to be activated. Please contact the Marist College Help Desk at (845) 575-4357 or helpdesk@marist.edu and provide your building, room and port label to expedite the process.

  3. Click the "JoinNow" button

  4. You will be redirected to the Marist Authentication web page. Enter your Marist credentials to proceed.

  5. Once your credentials have been authenticated, the installer will continue. Please follow the steps to complete the installation.

  6. When the configuration has been completed, you will have wired network access.

Game Consoles & Multimedia Devices

  • Students who would like to register additional devices (Xbox One, PS4, AppleTV, etc.) can do so by accessing http://www.net.marist.edu/netmgt.  

  • After you log in with your Marist credentials, click on "Add Wired Device" and enter in the MAC address of your device. Most MAC addresses can be found in the settings section of your device.   Not all multimedia devices have the capability to connect to the Marist College network, and ResNet provides limited support for these devices.  

  • The http://www.net.marist.edu/netmgt website is only accessible from on-campus.

  • Once your device is registered, please connect to the wired network. If the device does not connect successfully, port activation may be required. Please contact the Marist College Help Desk at (845) 575-4357 or helpdesk@marist.edu and provide your building, room and port label to expedite the process.

File Sharing/Copyright Infringement

What is File Sharing and Copyright Infringement?

File sharing of copyrighted materials without the permission of the copyright owner is illegal and a violation of the Marist College Acceptable Usage Policy. 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 based on the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). 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/

Marist Copyright Infringement Violation Policy

First Offense for Student Violation of the AUP

Student is removed from the Marist network and placed on network probation.

  1. Student must bring their computer to the Client Technologies (ResNet) office.

  2. All peer-to-peer software will be uninstalled by a Client Technologies (ResNet) technician.

  3. Every copyrighted file will be deleted unless the student provides proof of purchase.

  4. Student must sign the Marist College Acceptable Use Policy.

 

Second Offense for Student Violation of the AUP

Student is 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.

 

Third Offense for Student Violation of the AUP

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.