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Network Device Registration

Return to the Wireless Network page.

 

Devices that connect using a browser will be prompted for a Net ID and password the first time they connect to the BYU Secure network.  Once authenticated, the device will automatically be recognized for future connections.

 

Devices that do not use a browser must be manually registered on the BYU Wireless Network using the Order | Modify button on this page.

 

Note: Device registration is only applicable to the BYUSecure network and is not needed for Eduroam and BYU-WiFi.

Options

Browser Based Registration - computers, smartphones, ect.

Non-Browser Based Registration - IP phones, gaming consoles, etc.

Deregistering Devices - Once registration is complete, the device is registered until you choose to remove the registration.

BYU Mobile App - As an alternative to the order form on this page, can be used to unregister devices.


Access this Service

Browser Based Device Registration

To register:

  1. Connect to the BYUSecure Wireless network
  2. Enter the password "byuwireless"
  3. Open a web browser on the device
  4. Navigate to a webpage in the browser (e.g. google.com, ksl.com, etc.)
  5. A login page will display. Register your device with your BYU Net ID and password.

 

Non-Browser Device Registration

To register:

  1. Go to Register a Device in Order | Modify
  2. Complete the form
  3. Review and agree to the Terms of Use
  4. Select Order Now
  5. Select Submit Order

Note: MAC addresses are usually listed in the network configuration menus of the device.

 

Deregistering Devices 

Once registration is complete, the device is registered until you choose to remove the device registration. This option is found in the Order | Modify menu.

 

Deregistering with Mobile Application

Mobile users may use the BYU Mobile Application to unregister a device. At this time the app does not allow registering devices.

 

Visit the BYU Mobile Application page for links and information on how to download the app for your device. Once your device registration is complete, the device is registered with the BYU network until you choose to remove the device registration.

 

 

 

Pricing

There is no charge for use of these services. 

Other Resources

Most laptop computers have two Network Interface Cards, one for wired network, and one for wireless. If an individual only connects the laptop to the BYU wireless network, they will only need to register their wireless MAC address, If, however, the individual wishes to connect the laptop to the BYU public network (e.g. TecRooms using the provided cable), they may wish to register their wired MAC address as well.

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