Game Consoles and Media Devices

At this time, the Xbox One gaming console system does not support the wireless security settings necessary to connect to our Wi-Fi. The Xbox One, however, can connect to our wired network with an Ethernet cable.
 

Playstation 4 systems 

Unfortunately, AppleTVs do not support WPA Enterprise, which is the wireless network type we use. Therefore, they are unable to connect wirelessly. However, AppleTVs are able to connect via an Ethernet cable to the data port located in your residence hall room. You will need to locate the MAC address of your AppleTV and register it with our network before you are able to receive access.

All TVs must be connected through a wired connection. 

1. If your device has an Internet browser

If your device has an internet browser, plug in the Ethernet cable and open your browser to register your device in NAC. For directions on how to register your device in NAC, click here

Blu-ray players must be connected using an Ethernet cable. 

Samsung

For Samsung Blu-ray players, please visit the Samsung support website. Find your model of Blu-ray player and look for directions to find your device's MAC address. Use your MAC address to register your device. 

Nintendo Wiis are only able to get internet access over a wired connection and are unable to connect over a wireless connection.

Nintendo Wii Us are only able to get internet access over a wired connection and are unable to connect over a wireless connection.

Playstation 3 consoles are only able to get internet access over a wired connection and are unable to connect over a wireless connection. Before trying to register, make sure that you have an ethernet cord connecting your Playstation 3 to the port in your room.

Xbox 360s are only able to get internet access over a wired connection and are unable to connect over a wireless connection. Before trying to register, make sure that you have an ethernet cord connecting you Xbox 360 to the port in your room.

Registration

Subscribe to RSS - Game Consoles and Media Devices