The TTU ResNet provides Internet access for students with personal computers living in campus residence halls and apartments. ResNet is currently available in all the dormitories on campus and all Tech Village Apartments.
Please see the Requirements page.
ResNet is provided to the student body free of charge.
Network cards can be purchase locally from the University Bookstore, Wal-mart, Staples, or OfficeMax. Also, adapters can be purchased from online vendors such as Newegg or ZipZoomFly. Be sure to reference your system's manual for compatibility.
The same username and password that you use to access the University PC Labs (i.e.. Your first initial, second initial and the last eight letters of your last name followed by two numbers).
Example: if John Doe Everyperson was a student his username would be JDEveryper42.
New students enrolling into the University should have their usernames and accounts created when they are admitted.
Your username is the first part of your school email address, the portion before @students.tntech.edu. You can find your username by going to Eagle Online.
You can connect to ResNet as soon as the following steps have been completed.
Now you should be able to login.
Go to resnet.tntech.edu* and type in your username and password. *Please note the before weblink will only work from the Residential Networks located in the dorms.
For problems using University Supported Applications, please call the Help Desk at 931-372-3975.
Users can access the internet and other University resources like Xythos and Class Files on PC Lab.
No, not at this time.
You can check your email through inbox.tntech.edu. Alternatively, you can forward your mail to another account.
Users on ResNet have to use the campus SMTP server which is smtp.tntech.edu in order to send outgoing mail from their email application from within ResNet.
No, at this time we do not provide support for Linux/Unix. This is primarily due to the number of different versions of this OS.
Your computer, for reasons unknown, does not match the lease you were issued. Disconnect your computer physically from ResNet for about 20 minutes. After reconnecting your machine, reattempt login, if you continue to receive the message call support at 931-372-6566.
No, we do not block ports. We do block services like peer-2-peer and IRC.