Being a Good Neighbor: Wireless in USNH Residence Halls


This article provides information about Being a Good Neighbor in accordance with Wireless in USNH Residence Halls.



Wireless signals in USNH residence halls are impacted by a number of factors. Some of these are out of your control (such as how many students are connecting at once, time of day, number of devices your neighbors have connected), while others are completely within reach. Read the following info graphic to learn how you can contribute to a robust wireless signal in your residence hall. UNH is currently the ony 100% wireless resident hall deployment, but these recommendations can help all USNH campus users experience better wireless performance.

To Be a Good Wireless Neighbor

  1. Disable your personal router.
  2. Don't use your phone as a hotspot.
  3. Shut off game consoles when not in use.
  4. Disable the wireless feature on your printer and use a USB cable to print.

Good Wireless Neighbor


Further Readings

Why Won't My WiFi Printer Work?

What Sort of Speeds Can I Get on USNH Wifi?


Need additional help?

Visit the ET&S Help Desk Support page to locate your local campus contact information or to submit an online technology support request.  For password issues you must call or visit the Help Desk in person.  

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Fri 7/19/19 5:39 PM
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