Living On Campus Information: LSU Wi-Fi and Ethernet

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What is the LSU Wi-Fi network called? 



How do I connect to eduroam?

Quick Guide:


What devices can connect to eduroam?

  • Laptops
  • Tablets
  • Cell Phones


NOTE: All systems and computers connected to the LSU network are required to have the latest and supported operating system installed. In the event your system does not have the latest operating system installed and you are having difficulties connecting to the LSU network, please consider updating the operating system on your device. The minimum operating system requirement in order to connect to the LSU network is as shown below:

Windows Operating Systems:

Windows 10

Mac OS X Operating Systems:

Mac OS High Sierra (10.12) and higher


Eduroam Troubleshooting:


Mac OS X:


Common Issues & FAQ:


What devices can connect via ethernet?

These devices will need to be registered at DRP.LSU.EDU to connect to the LSU network via ethernet:

Network Registration Overview:


What is an ethernet cable?

Ethernet cables are used to provide a wired internet connection in order to connect devices to the local network.


What is an ethernet adapter?

An ethernet adapter allows your device to connect to the Internet or to a local network via a wired connection. We recommend you purchase an ethernet adapter that has the MAC Address label on the adapter itself to ensure you have the MAC Address information readily available to register your device.



For assistance, please visit our self-service portal at or contact the ITS Service Desk at 225-578-3375

7/8/2021 3:07:03 PM