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Introducing The LionNet Secure Wireless Network Read more...

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LionNet, a new wireless computer network on the Lincoln University main campus is now available and ready for use. The LionNet network is available in most residence halls and some academic buildings. (updated 02.28.2012)

Where is the LionNet Secure Wireless Network Installed? Read more...

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LionNet, a new wireless computer network on the Lincoln University main campus is now available and ready for use in the following locations: (updated 02.28.2012)

What Makes The LionNet Secure Wireless Network Secure? Read more...

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Wireless computer networks use radio signals to carry information from laptops, phones, and other wireless devices to "access points" where the signals enter a wired network. Radio signals are radiated in all directions. This allows laptops to move around and still connected or remaind connected to the access points, but it also signals from one laptop to be received by other wireless devices. Information carried by the wireless signals can be captured by others. (updated 02.28.2012)

Set Up Your Personal Laptop for The LionNet Secure Wireless Network Read more...

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Follow the instructions in this document to prepare your personal Windows XP laptop for use on Lincoln University's LionNet secure wireless network. For Windows Vista and Macintosh computers, please visit the IT offices or call the Help Desk at extension 8134. This one-time setup will take a little time, so please work slowly and carefully and do not skip any steps. (updated 02.28.2012)

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