Older devices and operating systems that are not able to connect to the secure network can still connect to the open non-encrypted network, but IT recommends always connecting to the secure network if your device is capable of doing so.These are the wireless networks (or 'SSIDs') on campus to choose from: Gaming devices, Smart TVs, Media Players, and other internet capable devices may be registered to the network via the My Devices Portal.Note: Gaming systems may be registered to use the wired Residence Hall network (Ethernet) only, and are not supported on the wireless network (FSUGUest/FSUSecure).Click here to find your MAC Address on your personal computer or gaming system.If you live off campus and are not registering devices for use in campus housing, you may register up to 10 devices.If you need to exceed the maximum number of registered devices permitted, contact your campus Support Center.Montclair State offers both secure (encrypted) and open (non-encrypted) wireless networks on campus.
Device registrations are automatically deleted at the end of each semester.
This service is offered as a convenience to residential students; the Information Technology Services (ITS) Service Desk does not provide support for gaming consoles and Internet TV devices.
Montclair State's Division of Information Technology recommends that all faculty, students, and staff use the MSU-Secure network ID to connect to the campus wireless network.
If you are a faculty or staff member connecting a device within your school or department, contact the IT Pro who supports your area.
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro now provides a mechanism to connect some gaming consoles and Internet TV devices to the wireless network in the residence halls.