Game Console Registration

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Why Register?

When you register your game console, it puts exceptions in through our network to give you internet access. This will allow you have unlimited hours of online gaming!

How to Register your device on ASUwifi

Disclaimer: This section is only for Wireless connections only.


Step 1: Go to your network settings and connect to ASUwifi

*When your Xbox tests the connection, the test may fail the first time*

Step 2: Sign in to your Xbox Live account from the Dashboard. (not from the test screen)


Step 1: Go to your network settings and connect to ASUwifi

*As you are configuring, when you test the connection may fail. You are welcome to skip the test.*

Step 2: Sign in to the Playstation Network from the XMB Menu.


Step 1: Go to your network settings and connect to ASUwifi

Step 2: Open the Internet Channel from the home screen and click start

Step 3: Attempt to access any website that has not been previously viewed (i.e.

How To Register on the Wired Network

Disclaimer: This section is only for a Wired connection only.

The registration for wired connections are easy. Just follow the steps provided.

Step 1: Go to the ASU Registration page.

Step 2: Insert your ASU User Name and password.

Step 3: Insert the MAC address OR IP address.

Step 4: Select the device type and click register.

That's it! Your gaming console should be registered. Please give it about 10 minutes for the registration to be processed though our network.

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How to Find the MAC Address of your Gaming Device

Needing to know how to find the MAC address of your gaming console? Please follow the steps on the appropriate help guide.

For Xbox: How to find Xbox MAC Address

For Nintendo: How to find Nintendo MAC Address

For Playstation: How to find Playstation MAC Address

More Information

For more information on registering your game console, please view the the ATTACHED PDF

If you are having trouble logging in after following the steps provided, please call Computing Services for troubleshooting help. Please have your name, username, and MAC address of the device ready to be received.

For the Wii: If you do not have Internet Channel installed on your Wii system, please call Computing Services for a 1-time open access so you may download the app.