Connecting to DeviceNet

Issue / Question
  • How do I connect my device to WiFi?
  • Why won't my Smart TV, Gaming Consoles, etc. connect to the WiFi?
  • Platform
    • Internet
    • WiFi
  • Audience Affected
    • Students
Some devices do not support 802. 1x (Certificate Based) authentication; therefore, they are not able to connect to the TigerNet wifi
  1. Visit the Device Portal
  2. Login to the Portal using your ISU username and password
  3. Type the MAC (hardware address) for the device's wireless card
  4. Type a brief description of the device and a location
  5. Click Submit
Once a device has been registered, it can connect to DeviceNet using the password: "icmjn3tx25"
The status of the device will state "Pending."
Common DeviceNet devices include things like Smart TVs and Gaming Consoles.
Xbox 360 one, ps3, ps4, Wii u, Nintendo Switch, DS, 3DS XL, etc.

Idaho State University (ISU) is transitioning from BengalWeb to MyISU and introducing a new, personalized MyISU Portal. For more information about the new portal, please visit the MyISU Information page. Need help? Contact the IT Service Desk at (208) 282-HELP (4357) or chat. 
33% helpful - 3 reviews


Article ID: 42376
Fri 11/10/17 3:08 PM
Fri 11/3/23 3:18 PM

Related Articles (4)

Details how to connect a gaming console to the campus network.
Steps for connecting to TigerGuest and general TigerGuest information.
TigerNet is the standard network for student, faculty, and staff use. This article covers how to connect to TigerNet from various devices.
Details how to find Mac Addresses for different devices.

Related Services / Offerings (1)

Report a problem connecting, staying connected or with speed on the ISU Wireless network.