The campus network is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, Students can connect to the docking points in halls, bedrooms and to the campus wireless service. Please note that among the six students halls only four has wall docking point facilities with wireless access point. We therefore recommend you connect via the docking point in your room, as wireless coverage can be limited

Note: Students in the Abraham and Sarah residence will be using a wireless connection

  • New Female Hostel (1 & 2)

  • New Male Hostel (1&2)

  • Abraham and Sarah halls (Wireless service only)

Problems with your network connection?

Any network connection problem in halls of residence and any other should be reported via http://ticket.lmu.edu.ng and a network technician will be dispatched to facilitate your support request Please note that Your network point will be disabled if you run any service that disrupts other users, and won't be restored until the problem is resolved.

As a part of CSIS commitment to the sustainability initiative on campus, using netsurf apps which is available for download on our intranet will greatly helps saves student allocated quota bandwidth.

With netsurf you can :

  • Check your available internet data size.

  • Internet connection status, connect and disconnect

  • Refill your internet data size

  • Refill your printing credit

Note:

Since your login information is being stored on the local drive, your friends will be able to log onto the wireless network as you if you loan them your laptop. You will also need to change your password if the laptop has been stolen or lost to ensure security access on your account to the secure wireless network

Wireless Information

CSIS offers wireless Internet access across the campus. Wireless access points are deployed throughout the campus, which supports roaming and the 802.11a/b/g standard. Students, faculty and staff may use the wireless network just about anywhere on the campus, including residences, with a laptop, PDA or wireless-enabled mobile devices.

Network Security

To help keep the campus network secure, you should use updated anti-virus software and take some common sense security precautions when online. We recommend the use of Kaspersky Av or Microsoft Security Essentials, which can be downloaded directly from the Microsoft web site. Offline Kaspersky AV definitions is available on the University's intranet.