Hocking College Network Services
Hocking College offers a high speed, high reliability voice and data network.
Our data network provides a mix of 10 Mbps, 100 Mbps or 1000 Mbps switched
Ethernet to every office, classroom, lab and residence hall on the
Hocking campus, with 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac wireless Internet available campus-wide.
Hocking College is connected to the Internet through OARnet,
with 500 Mbps of total availability.
500 Mbps, dedicated to on-campus academics and administrative
resources, which is linked into peer Universities and Colleges, K-12
schools and economic development centers.
Wireless @ Hocking FAQs
- Where are the Wireless Network access points?
Hocking College has provided Wireless access to faculty and registered students campus-wide at
the Nelsonville campus, Washington Hall, McClenaghan Center, Logan campus and Perry Campus
- What hardware do I need to connect to the Hocking Wireless network?
The Hocking Wireless network supports 802.11a/b/g/n/ac compatible Wireless Network Interface Cards (Wireless NIC).
Your laptop, tablet or cellphone must have these interfaces installed and
functioning properly in order to connect to the Hocking
- What software and configuration do I need to connect to the Wireless access points?
To connect to the Wireless Network, you must configure your
Service Set Identifier (SSID) or your Wireless device in the
Wireless configuration. The following list identifies which
SSID is located at each facility:
Hocking's main campus has one unified SSID that services Natural
Resources, Public Safety Services, Library, Cafeteria in
John Light Hall, Concourse in John Light Hall and Recreation
Center. SSID = hocking.
|The McClenaghan Center
A web browser, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer, Firefox or Chrome
is required to use the Wireless. Computer Network Services
also recommends that your virus scanner (Symantec or McAfee)
is working and up to date. Hocking also requests that you
run updates for your computer regularly. Microsoft updates
can be checked online by visiting
- Is the Wireless Network secure?
Wireless networks should be considered unsecured. Hocking's
Wireless network is no exception to this rule, and should be
used appropriately. Connections are logged and monitored on
a regular basis. Hocking make no claims of security, use at
your own risk.
- What can I access through the Hocking Wireless network?
Services that will be available through the Hocking Wireless network include:
- Computer and Network Usage Policy
Hocking College provides computing resources to support the
academic activities of the institution. The resources are
intended for the sole use of the college faculty, staff,
students and other authorized users.
By utilizing Hocking College computing and network resources,
you give consent to accessing and monitoring, in order to
enforce this policy and to protect the integrity of computer
systems or the rights or property of the university. System
administrators may examine or make copies of files that are
suspected of misuse or that have been corrupted or damaged.