Your student login gives you internet access using the Charles Sturt University network.
You can connect to the internet in a number of ways.
If your Charles Sturt password has expired, you will be unable to access the Internet on campus.
Internet quotas: We currently don't enforce any download quotas. However, your usage is tracked, and you may be contacted if there is excessive or unusual usage patterns.
Authentication for internet access is automatic once you have successfully
Accessing the internet form a wired port in a student residence requires the use of the netauth authentication portal. To do this:
Note: you should be automatically redirected to the authentication portal when you try to browse to an internet site. If this does not happen you can manually navigate to the portal.
Some students may have devices (e.g. games consoles) which are unable to authenticate themselves or are unable to load the netauth authentication portal and keep alive popup.
You can manually authenticate these devices against your Charles Sturt credentials so they can access the internet.
Some services are always blocked for security policy reasons. If you believe a service has been incorrectly blocked you can call student central and log a request for this to be reviewed.