ResNet is the residential computer network found in the residence halls at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford. This network provides high speed wired and wireless access to University related resources including Pitt’s vast collection of
library materials, Courseweb, webmail, and general internet access.
In order to ensure the best quality of service, policies and procedures have been defined that need to be followed by all students who use ResNet. Violation of any policy can result in suspension from ResNet.
If you are experiencing a problem with your RESNET connection, you can report by visiting help.upb.pitt.edu and selecting the "Technology/Resnet and Wireless" help topic.
Connecting Gaming Consoles and Smart TVs to ResNet:
Wireless Printing:Wireless printing is available from your laptop to one of three University printers. You must be connected to Pitt's wireless or wired network in order to use the printers. To configure your computer to print to one of these
printers, please visit https://www.upb.pitt.edu/upbwifiprint/
Technical Support: If you should have any technical issues with your computer, you can bring it to CTM Services located in 112 Fisher Hall. All work is free of charge, however ordering and paying for parts will be your responsibility. Repairs
are done on a first come first serve basis and most repairs are completed in less than one week but this time frame is not guaranteed. You can submit a request for repair here.
Cable TV Service:A cable TV connection is located in each bedroom and living room. You will need to perform a channel scan in order to view the campuses cable TV channels.
If, after performing a channel scan, you are still unable to view any TV channels, and have verified that your TV is QAM capable, please contact CTM.
Please note the following TV Brands generally do not have QAM:
If you have a TV without a QAM tuner, you may rent or purchase a tuner from the book store. Or purchase one of the following tuners from an online retailer:
Copyright Infringement - The entire policy can be viewed here; a summary is below.