NJUCA WIFI REGISTRATION REQUEST
Please fill out this form to request non-guest access to NJUCA Wifi. Instructions on how to find your MAC addresses are listed below.
Unregistered devices are still able to utilize the WIFI network, but the bandwidth is restricted for unregistered devices.
Phone Number (Mobile)
Student, Staff, or Guest
Note that guests are usually approved for 7 days.
NJUCA or RETREAT Guest
If you have any special WIFI requirements, such as guest access for longer than 7 days, please explain.
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TO FIND YOUR MAC ADDRESS:
On the next page, you will enter your Mac Addresses and Device types for up to 6 devices.
The MAC address looks like this: 74:c6:3b:23:5b:8f
Select Settings > General > About.
A Wi-Fi Address displays. This is your device’s MAC address.
Android Phone and Tablet:
Setting menus differ for each device. In most cases, you can follow this procedure to locate your MAC address:
Select Settings > About Device > Status.
A WiFi Address or WiFi MAC Address displays. This is your device’s MAC address.
If this does not work, refer to your device’s user manual.
Macintosh OS X:
Select Apple Icon > System Preferences > Network > Advanced.
A network box displays.
A WiFi Address or Airport Address displays. This is your device’s MAC address.
For older Macintosh OS X systems, try the following:
Apple Icon > System Preferences > Network > Advanced.
An Airport ID displays. This is your device’s MAC address.
If this does not work, refer to your operating system’s user manual.
Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista:
Click Windows Start or press the Windows key.
In the search box, type cmd. Press Enter. A command window displays.
Type ipconfig /all. Press Enter.
A Physical Address displays for each adapter. Look for the wireless adapter.
The Physical Address is your device’s MAC address.
Any questions, try googling 'how do i find the mac address for my _______" or email
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