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Once you have found your Xbox MAC address you can visit ResNet.adams.edu to register your game device for use with the wifi. Here is how to find your MAC address.
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= Xbox 360 with Blade Dashboard  =
  
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1. Go to the System area of the Xbox Dashboard
  
'''To locate the MAC address of your Xbox 360 using the Blade Dashboard'''
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2. Select Network Settings
[[File:Xbox360orignaldash.jpg|thumb|right|alt=A The old Xbox 360 configuration.|The Blade version of the Xbox360 Dashboard.]]
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1. Go to the System area of the Xbox Dashboard and select Network Settings.
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3. Select Edit Settings  
  
2. Select Edit Settings.
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4. Go to Additional Settings  
  
3. From Additional Settings, select Advanced Settings.
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5. Select Advanced Settings  
  
4. At the bottom of this screen you'll see a heading called Wired MAC Address
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6. a. '''Wired Connections''' - Your MAC Address will be displayed under the heading "Wired MAC Address"
  
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  b. '''Wireless Connections''' - Select "Wireless Information" for your MAC Address to be shown
  
'''To locate the MAC address of your Xbox 360 with the New Xbox Experience (NXE) dashboard'''
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[[File:Tversity x360 nxe 1.gif|thumb|right|alt=A The old Xbox 360 configuration.|NXE version of the Xbox360 Dashboard.]]
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1. Scroll Down (if necessary) to "My Xbox"
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2. Go all the way to the right and select "System Settings"
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= Xbox 360 with the New Xbox Experience (NXE) Dashboard  =
  
3. On the new screen, select "Network Settings"
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1. Go to '''My Xbox''' on the Xbox Dashboard
  
4. Select "Configure Network"
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2. Select '''System Settings'''
  
5. Under "Basic Settings" check to make sure "IP Settings" is on "Automatic"
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3. Select '''Network Settings'''
  
6. Go right to select the "Additional Settings" Tab
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4. Select '''Configure Network'''
  
7. Go down and select the second item "Advanced Settings"
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5. Under '''Basic Settings''' check to make sure '''I.P. Settings''' is set to '''Automatic'''
  
8. Towards the bottom of the screen you should see "Wired MAC Address." The MAC Address is the number below this.
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6. Go to '''Additional Settings'''
  
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7. Select '''Advanced Settings'''
  
'''To locate the MAC address of your Xbox 360 using the newest dashboard'''
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8. The MAC Address will be displayed
[[File:Prod xboxTVHome page.jpg|thumb|right|alt=A The old Xbox 360 configuration.|The newest version of the dashboard.]]
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1. Scroll to the right to settings, select system settings.
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2. Select Network Settings
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3. Try to connect to ASCWifi, it will fail.
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= Xbox One  =
  
4. Select "Configure network", you should be able to find your MAC address under network configuration.
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Revision as of 09:54, 14 October 2013

Xbox 360 with Blade Dashboard

1. Go to the System area of the Xbox Dashboard

2. Select Network Settings

3. Select Edit Settings

4. Go to Additional Settings

5. Select Advanced Settings

6. a. Wired Connections - Your MAC Address will be displayed under the heading "Wired MAC Address"

  b. Wireless Connections - Select "Wireless Information" for your MAC Address to be shown


Xbox 360 with the New Xbox Experience (NXE) Dashboard

1. Go to My Xbox on the Xbox Dashboard

2. Select System Settings

3. Select Network Settings

4. Select Configure Network

5. Under Basic Settings check to make sure I.P. Settings is set to Automatic

6. Go to Additional Settings

7. Select Advanced Settings

8. The MAC Address will be displayed


Xbox One

Coming Soon