WiFi - Student device registration (gaming consoles & streaming devices)

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WiFi – Student Device Registration

All Saint Xavier Staff, Students, Faculty and University sponsored account holders should connect to SXU.

The following procedure is for registering any of your personal devices that are unable to log in to the ‘SXU’ network using your netID credentials.  For example: gaming consoles (Xbox, Playstation) and/or streaming devices (Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire).

  1. Navigate to the following URL: https://secureaccess.sxu.edu/guest
  2. Login with your SXU netID credentials
  3. Click Create and enter a friendly name for and the MAC address of your device.
  4. Now that the device is registered, you can join/connect it to the SXU-guest wireless network. 

If you need help locating the MAC address of your device, please follow the instructions below or call the HUB at 773-298-HELP (4357).

How to find the MAC address of your specific device:

Please follow the instructions below to find the MAC Address of your game console or streaming device.  A valid MAC Address will have the format of twelve hexadecimal numbers, generally separated by colons (e.g. 01:23:4D:67:B9:0A)

Sony Consoles

Playstation 3

To locate the MAC Address of your Playstation 3 console:

  1. From the main menu, select Settings.
  2. Select System Settings.
  3. Select System Information.
  4. The MAC Address will then be displayed on the screen.

Playstation 4

To locate the MAC Address of your Playstation 4 console:

  1. Arrow up and over to Settings in the PS4 menu.
  2. Scroll down to Network
  3. Scroll down to View Connection Status
  4. The MAC Address will be listed next to MAC Address

PSP

To locate the MAC Address of your PlayStation Portable (PSP):

  1. Navigate to "System Settings"
  2. Then navigate to "System Information", which is where the MAC Address is listed.

Nintendo Consoles

Nintendo DS

To locate the MAC Address from a Nintendo DS, you must first insert a Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection compatible game and access the WFC Setup Utility. Please note that the exact steps to access the setup utility varies by game. However, the setup utility is a standard menu, included with all WFC-compatible games.

After accessing the utility, tap "Options," then "System Information."

The MAC Address and Nintendo WFC ID will be listed on the screen. Unless the game player has successfully connected with Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection, the WFC ID will be blank.

Nintendo 3DS

To locate the MAC Address of your 3DS:

  1. From the HOME menu, highlight and select the System Settings Icon.
  2. Select Internet Settings.
  3. Tap Other Information.
  4. Tap Confirm MAC Address. Your system's MAC Address will be displayed on the screen.

Wii U

To locate the MAC Address of your Wii U console:

  1. From the Wii U Menu, select System Settings.
  2. Using the Left Stick select the Internet icon and press the A Button.
  3. Select View MAC Address and wait a moment for the MAC Address to be displayed.

Nintendo 3DS

To locate the MAC Address of your 3DS:

  1. Select "System Settings" from the HOME Menu.
  2. Scroll down through the menu and select "Internet.".
  3. The Nintendo Switch console's MAC address will be listed under "System MAC Address.".

Microsoft Consoles

Xbox 360

To locate the MAC Address of your Xbox 360 wireless adapter:

  1. Select System Settings.
  2. Select Network Settings.
  3. Select Configure Network.
  4. Under Basic Settings check to make sure IP Settings is set to Automatic.
  5. Go to Additional Settings.
  6. Select Advanced Settings.
  7. The MAC Addresses for the wired and wireless adapters should be displayed.

Xbox One

To locate the MAC Address of your Xbox One console:

  1. Navigate to My Games and Apps
  2. Select Settings.
  3. Select Network.
  4. Select Advanced Settings.
  5. The MAC Addresses for the wired and wireless adapters should be displayed.

Streaming Devices

Apple TV

To locate the MAC Address of your Apple TV:

  1. With your Apple TV remote, navigate to the Settings icon and select it.
  2. From the Settings menu, select General.
  3. Under General, select Network.
  4. Your MAC Address will be next to either Wi-Fi Address or Ethernet Address depending on whether you are connected to the internet via Wi-Fi or a Wired connection.

Amazon Fire TV/Stick

To locate the MAC Address of your Amazon Fire:

  1. From the Fire TV or Fire TV Stick’s home screen, scroll down to “Settings”.
  2. Next, scroll to the right and select “System”.
  3. Next, Scroll down to and select “About”.
  4. Next, Scroll down to “Network”. Your Fire TV or Fire TV Stick’s MAC Address will be listed under MAC Address. (if you are wired use the wires address, if you are wireless use the wireless address).

Chromecast

To locate the MAC Address of your Chromecast:

  1. Open the Chromecast app on your computer. If you have set up your Chromecast recently, you'll find a shortcut to the app on your desktop. Otherwise, Windows users should check the Start Menu and Mac users should check Applications.
  1. Click Settings, and the MAC Address will be at the bottom of the window.

Roku/Roku Express

To locate the MAC Address of your Roku:

  1. On the back on your Roku there are a pair of six 2-digit pairs separated by colons, e.g. 00:0D:0A:1H:3G:5C. One set is for the Ethernet connector and for the other for the wireless connector.
  2. Alternatively, from the Roku home screen, select Settings > Network > locate the value next to "Wireless MAC Address"

Smart TV/Bluray Player

To locate the MAC Address of your Smart TV or Bluray Player:

  1. Most MAC Addresses will be visible in the Settings Menu, either under the Network or About sections.
  2. Alternatively, check with the manufacturer for instructions on how to obtain the MAC Address for your specific model.
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