Overview

The Texas A&M Internet of Things (IoT) wireless network (TAMU_IoT) provides internet access to devices that could not connect to TAMU_WiFi in the past (Alexa, wireless printers, etc.), while allowing the university to link devices to a campus member’s account, ensuring the network stays safe.

Devices must be registered in the TAMU IoT portal before they can connect to the TAMU_IoT network. The TAMU_IoT network is only available in select locations around campus.

Getting Started

Campus members can connect a total of three devices to the TAMU_IoT network.

  1. Make sure you’re on campus and connected to TAMU_WiFi.
  2. Log in to u.tamu.edu/IoT with your NetID and password.
  3. Register up to 3 devices (using the MAC address).
  4. Connect your smart device to TAMU_IoT!

For more information, please visit the Knowledge Base.

Network Installation Design Standards

Service Details

TAMU_IoT is available in all on-campus residence halls and apartments. It is also available in some non-residence buildings including:

  • AgriLife Phenotyping Greenhouse (bldg. 1521)
  • Allen Building (bldg. 1607)
  • Computing Services Annex (bldg. 0517)
  • Computing Services Center (bldg. 0516)
  • Biological Sciences Building West (bldg. 0449)
  • Jack K. Williams Administration Building (bldg. 0473)
  • Langford Building A (bldg. 0398)
  • Peterson Building (bldg. 0444)
  • Richardson Petroleum Engineering Building (bldg. 0387 - There is only one access point for the TAMU_IoT network in Richardson at this time)
  • Teague Building (bldg. 0445)
  • Thompson Hall (bldg. 0483)
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