Students living in Syracuse University residence halls can now get a sounder night’s sleep. In response to requests from numerous students, Information Technology Services (ITS) reconfigured all the wireless access points throughout the residence halls to turn off their blinking LED lights. This reconfiguration is consistent with practices at other universities, hospitals, and similar institutions.
So, if you notice that the light is out on a wireless access point in a residence hall, don’t worry. It’s fully functional, just not as bright.
As always, students who are having problems connecting to AirOrangeX or Gadgets&Games wireless networks should contact ITS at (315) 443-2677 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Article by: Gabriella SalkinContact Information: ITS Service Center, email@example.com, (315) 443-2677
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