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Safe Connect Game Console and Media Streaming Device Registration

Video game console and media streaming devices must be individually registered in order to connect to the ASU wired and/or wireless network console.angelo.edu. You are able to register up to three of these devices.

To begin registration for a device, you will first need to be connected via Ethernet cable or to the wireless network console.angelo.edu.

When connecting wireless to console.angelo.edu a password will be required. This unique password, (PSK) Pre-Shared Key, can be obtained from Ramport under the Student Services Tab in the section titled Information Technology For Students Channel.

Once your device has connectivity to our network, you will need to enroll your device’s unique MAC address on this form: https://auth.impulse.com:8443/enroll. (See below how to locate your devices MAC address).

On the enrollment form will be asked to provide your Ramport username and password. Then you will provide your MAC address in the format XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX (include a colon between each two characters.), select the type of device and contact information.

Note: Google Chromecast devices are not compatible with any of the ASU networks. By its design, it will not connect onto our networks.

Where is my MAC Address?

Please note that some devices, such as the PS4 and Xbox One, have two separate MAC address for wired and wireless connections. Should you choose to have the option to connect by both options, you will need to register each address separately.

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  • Xbox

    imageXbox 360

    If you own an Xbox 360 and would like to be able to connect it to the ASU wireless network, you will need to submit a console registration form. To do so you will need the device’s MAC address, which allows us to identify your console.

    1. Once you’re on the Xbox 360 Dashboard, push the middle button of the Xbox 360 controller.
    2. Scroll all the way over to the right to Settings, and select System Settings.
    3. Select Network Settings.
    4. Select the wireless network.
    5. Select Configure Network.
    6. Scroll right to Additional Settings, and select Advanced Settings.
    7. This page will show your MAC Address, that you will need to register your Xbox 360.

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    Xbox One

    If you own an Xbox One and would like to be able to connect it to the ASU wireless network, you will need to submit a console registration form. To do so you will need the device’s MAC address, which allows us to identify your console.

    1. In the settings Menu, select network settings
    2. Select the Advanced settings menu.
    3. Under IP settings, the MAC addresses will be listed.

    Note: If you wish to connect your console by both wired and wireless connections, you will need to register both MAC addresses.

  • Wii

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    Nintendo Wii

    Please note the First Generation Nintendo Wii console is not compatible with any of the ASU wireless networks.  In order to connect a Wii console to the ASU network, you will have to purchase a USB ethernet adapter to connect the console by wired connection.

    If you own an Wii and would like to be able to connect it to the ASU network, you will need to submit a console registration form. To do so you will need the device’s MAC address, which allows us to identify your console.

    1. From the home screen, select the Wii button in the lower left hand corner.
    2. From here, select Wii Settings which will be the on-screen button on the right.
    3. On this screen, select the right arrow to advance to the 2nd set of settings.
    4. Select the Internet option.
    5. Select the Console Information option.
    6. The MAC address will be listed under USB Ethernet Adapter MAC Address.

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    Nintendo Wii U

    Wii U Consoles can connect to the ASU network by wired or wireless connections once you register the MAC address.

    1. From the Wii U menu, select system settings.
    2. Go to the internet section of the settings and select View MAC Address.
  • Playstation

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    Playstation 3

    If you own a PlayStation 3 and would like to be able to connect it to the ASU wireless network, you will need to submit a console registration form. To do so you will need the device’s MAC address, which allows us to identify your console.

    1. Go to Settings on the Cross Media Bar (XMB) and select System Settings.
    2. Scroll down and select System Information.
    3. Your MAC Address will be the first item listed.

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    Playstation 4

    If you own a PlayStation 4 and would like to be able to connect it to the ASU wireless network, you will need to submit a console registration form. To do so you will need the device’s MAC address, which allows us to identify your console. Note: Play Station 4 consoles have 2 seperate MAC addresses for wired and wireless connections. If you wish to connect by both options, you will have to register both MAC addresses.

     

    1. Go to the Settings Menu.
    2. Select System, System Information
    3. The MAC addresses will be individually listed for LAN cable and Wi-Fi.
  • Smart TV/DVR/Set-top box

    To determine the MAC address of internet-capable television devices, consult the instructions for your device:

    Apple TV

    From the main menu, choose Settings, and then click About. Look for the MAC address next to “Ethernet ID”. Alternatively, you may find the MAC address printed on the UPC label on the Apple TV box.

    TiVo

    From the TiVo Menu, select Settings, and then choose Phone/Network. Your MAC address will appear on the page that opens.

    Roku

    From the Roku home screen, select Settings, and then About. The MAC address will appear on your screen. Alternatively, you can find the MAC address on the bottom or back of your Roku.

    Boxee Box

    From the Settings menu, select System, and then Information. Your MAC address will appear on the screen.

    Google TV

    From Settings, select Network, and then Status. Your MAC address will appear on the screen

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