Adding Devices to Wireless


When connecting to a network, pick KC and login with your King’s account information. Some devices will allow you to login to our Wireless  Device Registration page through a browser, but other devices (like smart TVs, for example) won’t browse out to the internet, so you can add them through a web interface. You’ll have to log in on each device every 180 days to ensure security and compatibility with network credentials.

What will you need?

  • As part of the King’s Community, you have a King’s username and password (the one for email or computer log-in).
  • This link (My King’s > Technology Links > Wireless Device Self Registration).
  • You’ll also need your device’s MAC address. A MAC address (ex. 01:23:45:67:89:ab) is a unique identifier assigned to network interfaces (made of alphanumeric characters 0-9 and A-F). There are many devices out there, thus many ways to determine MAC addresses. Consult your user manual or Google to determine the way to find yours. (Popular devices: PlayStation 4, Wii, Xbox, Chromecast, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Kindle Fire)

What do you do next?

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