Gaming consoles can be registered on the OWU residential (wired) network or the BishopGuest wireless network by emailing their MAC address (the physical address of the console’s network card–please specify whether it’s wired or WiFi) along with the student’s name and ID number to email@example.com.
We strongly recommend using a wired connection if you have access to it. The following do not have wired access: Stuyvesant Hall, Austin Manor, 123 Oak Hill (Honors House), 4 Williams, 23 Williams (Bigelow-Reed House), 35 Williams.
- Go to the Dashboard>Console>Network.
- Scroll down to Advanced settings.
- On the right hand side there will be the Wired Mac address. This 12-digit sequence is the address you need to send to the Help Desk.
- Go to the Dashboard>My XBox>System Settings>Network Settings.
- Select Wired Network. (You may need to have an ethernet cable plugged in.)
- From there go to Configure Network and then the Additional Settings tab.
- Scroll down and select Advanced Settings.
- You will see the Wired MAC Address on the left of the screen. This 12-digit sequence is the address you need to send to the Help Desk.
- Power up the PlayStation 3 without any disc in the drive.
- Once the PlayStation 3 operating system has loaded, select “Settings.”
- Once you are in “Settings” select “Network Settings.”
- When the “Network Settings” list appears, select the first option which is titled “Settings and Connection Status List.”
- The physical address will be listed under “MAC Address.”
The current generation of gaming systems do not support 802.1x enterprise security, therefore you cannot register them on the BishopNet wireless network. They can, however, be registered on the BishopGuest network, although they must be registered by Information Services. To do so, the WiFi MAC address must be sent firstname.lastname@example.org along with your student username.