USING WIRELESS DEVICES ON THE SMITH NETWORK
|PLEASE REMEMBER! You are responsible for all network activity that comes from any device you connect to the Smith network. All devices must comply with Smith's policy on the Acceptable Use of Computer Resources. Misuse can result in disciplinary action and possible loss of network access privileges.|
Note that your laptop or phone MUST be on the Eduroam network (NOT the Connect2Smith network) to print to your wireless printer. The Smith system uses your Eduroam identity to locate your device on the RegisteredDevices network.
A. Yes, you can connect your Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku, or similar device to Smith's RegisteredDevices network. Our preferred network is Eduroam, but most devices that are not Eduraom-capable can still connect to RegisteredDevices. For instructions, click here.
Please Note: Amazon Echo, Google Home, and Chromecast devices need to be set up at home first so you can obtain the MAC address of the device. Search Google on how to find the MAC address for your particular device.
If you would like to use AirPlay or a similar home WiFi-based service to connect to this device from your laptop or smartphone, your laptop/smartphone MUST be on the Eduroam network (NOT the Connect2Smith network). The Smith system uses your Eduroam identity to locate your device on the RegisteredDevices network.
A. Absolutely. Click here for instructions on connecting your Apple/Android device to one of Smith's wireless networks.
A. You can connect most gaming consoles to Smith's RegisteredDevices network. For instructions, click here.