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Network - general information about wired and wireless networks

For staff, students, guests and companies

The UT offers both a wired and a wireless network for use by students, staff, guests and companies established on campus. Before you can use the fixed network, though, you will have to register your workstation.

Registering your workstation


UT staff and students can make use of the wired network. To be able to do so, you will have to register your computer's network adapter. This allows us to keep track of wired network usage. To log on to the wireless network you need a UT account.


Companies located on campus can request access by way of a Local Loop connection. Click here for more information.



All University buildings and student accommodation on campus are fitted with network jacks you can connect your PC to. If no network connection can be established, you can phone the Service Desk ICT to activate it.


Eduroam is the University of Twente wireless network. The eduroam system is in use by many other universities and universities of applied sciences in the Netherlands, Europe and the rest of the world as well, and being able to log onto eduroam on the University of Twente campus means you are able to use the networks of those other institutions as well. The eduroam network is available to all staff and students with a University of Twente ICT account. Temporary UT accounts only grant access to the UT campus network. On campus, access to the eduroam network is available within the University buildings, student accommodation and most of the UT premises. To use the eduroam network, keep to the wireless network manual (refer to the end of this page).


The Enschede city wireless network is also available on campus; no registration is required.


Using this service is free of charge for the end user. LISA passes on these costs.


To be able to use the network, you will have to agree with several codes of conduct:


Wired internet connections should start working within 30 minutes of registration of your network adapter. If no wired network connection can be established after 30 minutes, it is possible the network connection has not been activated. Please contact the Service Desk ICT.


Support is available by way of a self-service page and manuals. If you have any further questions or wish to report any malfunctions, please contact the Service Desk ICT.

Supplementary Information

Should a registered computer or notebook not be detected on the wired UT network for more than 28 consecutive days, its registration is automatically deleted. You will not be able to connect to the wired network with this computer or notebook until it is re-registered. Unregistered computers and notebooks that try to gain access to the wired network will be automatically placed in Quarantainenet.

Manuals and other links