Get Connected to On-Campus Residence Halls: Registering Gaming Devices

Residence Halls:  Registering your Gaming Device on the Wireless Network

 

Overview:

DSU provides one hospitality unit per room in all of our Residence Halls.  Students can use for their assigned DSU laptop, personal desktops, smart tv and gaming devices. 

These units provide access to the GoTrojans wireless network, DSUGaming wireless network and wired ports for personal devices.

 

Getting Started:

On a separate computer (your assigned DSU laptop or personal device) which needs to be connected to the DSU network, open a browser and navigate to Device Registration Page.

An authentication screen will appear.  Enter your DSU provided email address and click OK.

Authentication Required pop up screen shot

 

Device Registration Screen:

This screen will show all devices you have registered while at DSU.  You can add, edit or delete devices, as you need. 

NOTE:  DSU will periodically clear these device's, especially between semesters.  Please check this page first if your device loses connection.

Device Registration webpage screen shot

 

To Register a Device:

To register a device select Create a Device. Enter the device's name (this can be anything to help you keep track of your devices) and the device’s MAC address.  The MAC address can generally be found in the network settings of your device. Below you will find a quick reference guide for popular devices.  If you are having issues finding the MAC address, please use Google to help you locate it.

Entering fields for Device Registration screen shot

Click Create Device button to continue.

Once you have received the ‘Finished Creating Device’ page you can then connect to the ‘DSUGaming’ wireless SSID.

 

MAC Address Location of Popular Devices:

To find the MAC address of popular devices head over to Meraki's Popular Device Page

 

Troubleshooting:

My devices does not have internet access but it gets a 138.247.185.xxx IP address:

Double check the MAC address has been entered correctly in Device Registration Page.

Restart the device and check IP again.

Submit a support ticket:  WiFi & Network Access

Details

Article ID: 28023
Created
Wed 3/22/17 10:29 PM
Modified
Fri 8/27/21 9:48 AM