Fast, secure, and reliable wireless network provided to the University of Iowa campus.


IPv6 is version 6 of the Internet Protocol. It's the successor to IPv4, which is the current networking protocol in use on the general Internet. (In case you're wondering, IPv5 was never deployed; it doesn't exist on the Internet.) Motivation for...

Local-scope Addressing

Local-scope addressing is the provisioning of non-routed IP addresses to devices with networking capabilities that do not require global (Internet) access. Some examples might include network printers, web and security cameras, building-automation...


ResNet is a service offered by University Housing in conjunction with Information Technology Services (ITS) that provides all students living in residence halls with a computer data port connection to the campus network and Internet.


UI-DeviceNet is a network to connect gaming, entertainment, and other approved devices to the internet (Apple TV, Xbox, PlayStation, Roku, etc.)

UI-Guest Wi-Fi

Visitors to the University of Iowa (UI) campus can enjoy free guest wireless service without having to obtain a guest ID.

Virtual Private Network (VPN)

Also known as: 
The UI VPNs provide secure remote access to University resources from off-campus.