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10.07.2012 , 02:15 PM |
Your university presumably has reasons for placing restrictions on the use of the Internet access they provide to their students. You may not agree with those reasons, but they are the ones paying for the bandwidth and maintaining the hardware and so on. Attempting to evade the restrictions tends to be viewed in a poor light and are usually grounds for disciplinary proceedings.
Look for less restrictive public access Internet (public WiFi hotspots and so on), or pony up and buy a wireless broadband plan (assuming one is available in your area) and appropriate hardware. (Assuming that campus policies permit that sort of thing.)
As if I have anything worth putting in a signature...