Wireless

TNS provides the SDSU community with a centrally-managed wireless network. The network uses the 802.11a/g/n/ac Wi-Fi standards. TNS is continually working on improving our wireless infrastructure. There is no charge to connect to the campus wireless network at this time. 

Get Wireless Access Points Installed in Your Office, Suite or Building

Have your datacom coordinator submit a Network Service Request. TNS will do a site survey and determine the optimal placement of new access points if needed.

Installation Time-Frame 

When a work order is submitted with the area need, the TNS Work Order team responds with an estimate date for completion.

Connect to Wireless

SDSU Wireless Connection Instructions

Wireless Network Card

Departments may buy wireless network cards from any standard university source or computer store.  TNS does not sell wireless network cards.

Recommend / Supported Wireless Cards

We recommend wireless devices or network cards that are 802.11a/g/n/ac Wi-Fi compliant. Cards that support both the 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz wireless bands are strongly recommended as the 5Ghz band offers better performance in dense deployments. We recommend purchasing devices with “AC” radios to benefit from the newer access points.

Policy and Procedures

The CSU Responsible Use Policy (RUP) is strictly enforced. Failure to follow policies will result in your loss of campus network access and may include civil and/or criminal prosecution. Use of the SDSU network implies that you have read, understood and agree to comply with the CSU RUP.

Report Wireless Problems

If you have questions or problems with the SDSU wireless network, E-mail: wireless@sdsu.edu.

Hardwired Network Future 

Due to wired connections reliability and speed they will continue to be widely used.