The Campus Living network has been decommissioned (turned off). Students should connect to the
File-sharing traffic is blocked. If you have an academic or administrative need to use BitTorrent, uTorrent, Vuze or other file-sharing application, please submit a Peer-to-Peer File Sharing exception form.
Gaming consoles, switches, routers and other networking hardware are not allowed in residence halls.
Due to security concerns, Windows XP users only have access to the internet and resources like Blackboard.
Check email, surf the web and access on-campus resources like personal or department Piratedrive folders, Banner INB resources and other secure systems. All devices require a PirateID/passphrase. No guest access.
The Campus Living wireless network was decommissioned (turned off) on Tuesday, August 9, 2016. Please onboard to eduroam.
For visitors to ECU who have no PirateID or eduroam access. Visitors must be sponsored by an ECU user. See the guest instruction page for full details.
For onboarding to the eduroam network. For users with a PirateID but no cell service or internet. See the eduroam page for instructions.
General purpose; good for surfing the web, checking email, Blackboard and Pirate Port. Cannot access secured ECU resources.
1) Enable the device's WiFi, 2) Choose the Pirates network, and 3) Open a browser to check the connection.
1) Join the Pirates network, 2) Open a browser, 3) Authenticate with your PirateID.
ECU laptops are configured to automatically join the Buccaneer network, but the Pirates network is also available.