RezCon (Residential Internet Connectivity)
RezCon provides dedicated computer support for the residential communities. Our services include troubleshooting internet connections, software installation, virus removal and more. We are located in Olmeca Hall.
Students can connect to our wifi network by connecting to eduroam with their SDSU ID. Guests to the school may use SDSU_Guest to connect temporarily. In order to connect to eduroam, please use this website: http://sdsuid.sdsu.edu/eduroam.html.
For Tarastec, Zapotec, Toltec, Huaxtepec Apartments, we have provided COX cable box that is wifi enabled. Please find the name or SSID on the back of the cable box. You can find information on how to connect your devices by following instructions on the box.
We do not offer any hard-wired connections.
For Smart TV, Xbox, Playstation, Roku, and Apple TV, connect the device to the SDSU_Guest, wait for a couple minutes and then turn off the device and unplug it from power for at least 10 minutes. Then plug it back in and turn it on, and reconnect to SDSU_Guest. It should be now be connected to internet.
Our network has not been designed for any screen-sharing technology such as Chromecast or Apple TV's AirPlay. Additionally, we do not support many uncommon smart devices which rely on LAN, such as smart bulbs, smart outlets, and other smart-home-style technologies.
For printers, please purchase a USB cable. We do not activate printers.
For any issues connecting, you may report a wireless network problem or email us.
Start watching TV:
We provide Philo IPTV to all residents on our main campus. You must be on our wifi network to watch Philo. You can visit Housing Philo for more information.
Before contacting RezCon about your Internet connection, please try the following:
- You may not be connected to the AP closest to you; disconnect from "eduroam" or "SDSU_Guest" and reconnect.
- Make sure you do not have any interference from a microwave, television, etc.
- Run a full scan with your antivirus program to make sure you do not have a virus.
- If you have an older computer, make sure that your wireless drivers are up-to-date.