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Signing up for DSL
UND's DSL service is available to residents of the University Apartments. The cost is $30 per semester for service, or $35 per semester for service and a rental modem (there is a limited number of these, so they are first come first serve). All services are pro-rated from the date that your service is activated. This document provides a step-by-step guide for leaseholders to set up the service.
1. Complete a DSL Contract and Code of Ethics Form
You can get these forms by downloading them (contract and code of ethics), or by stopping at the Housing Office to pick them up. The forms must be signed by the leaseholder and returned to the Housing Office. The contract spells out fees and requirements for the service.
2. Get UND Phone Service
In order to use UND's DSL Service, you must have phone service through UND Telecommunications. Contact UND Telecommunications at (701) 777-3217 for details and assistance.
3. Buy a Modem
Modems can be rented from the UND Housing Office. All modems rented at the Housing Office are pre-configured for the DSL service.
4. Setup an NDUS User Account
If you do not already have an NDUS User account, please set one up. This is required to sign into SafeConnect and use the network once the DSL service is active. Additionally, this account will be used for notifications of service outages and other support notifications.
5. Schedule Installation
If you would like help installing your DSL modem, call ResNet Support at (701) 777-3424 or bring both your computer and modem to the ResNet office.
You can pick up DSL filters at the Housing Office (open 8:00 am to 4:30 pm).
Note: Filters are only required when connecting a land-line phone in addition to the modem.
When signed DSL forms have been received, a request will be sent to Telecommunications to activate your DSL service. Service activation should normally take no longer than three business days; however, high demand and unforeseeable cabling issues in the first couple of weeks may push your activation date out a little longer.