Campus Network Housing - Identifying Hospitality Access Points

Aruba Hospitality Access Points (HAPs) have been installed in four campus residence halls: Smith, Phillips, Ogg, and Chadbourne. Each residence hall room will have its own HAP, which functions as a Wireless Access Point (WAP) broadcasting UWNet wireless. HAPs also have three ethernet jacks for wired connections.

Residents should not remove HAPs from the wall or obstruct HAPs with furniture or other large objects.

Each HAP will be clearly labelled with a unique identifier, as in the examples below.

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HAP Front View


HAP side view

HAP Side View

Note that the indicator light has been disabled on all campus HAPs. If the light is not on, it is not and indication that there is anything wrong with the device.

For further troubleshooting information, please refer to Document 76064 is unavailable at this time..




Keywords:Hospitality access points HAP HAPs aruba Chadbourne Smith Phillips Ogg ResNet Campus Network residence dorm resident UWNet Clearpass ethernet wifi identify find router   Doc ID:76122
Owner:Angela T.Group:DoIT Help Desk
Created:2017-08-25 16:09 CSTUpdated:2018-02-12 13:53 CST
Sites:DoIT Help Desk, DoIT Tech Store, UW Housing
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