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This guide will assist you in configuring your computer or device to connect to SU’s wireless network using SU-Connect. Keep in mind that the directions may vary slightly depending on the device/computer and web browser you are using.  This is general instructions for most devices.    This includes devices computers, laptops, smartphones or tablets that use Microsoft MS Windows, MacOSMac OS, iOS, and Android OS that can do secure internet connections.Andriod. 

NOTE:  If you are connecting trying to connect a gaming console, smart TV, or other streaming device please see the instructions for registering your device here: Registering your gaming console, smartTV, streaming and other network devices for Internet access.  These devices can not to secure internet connections and have a different process to connect to SU-Connect.  

Warning
titleWireless Printers, Google Chromecast and other devices that connect to other devices through wi-fi

Devices which require a Wi-Fi connection to another device on the network in order to function will not work with our SU wireless network. For example, Google Chromecast requires an app to be installed on a computer or mobile device to setup and operate the Chromecast. This app needs the computer or mobile device to be able to see and access the Chromecast on the wireless network in order to function, which is not possible on the SU wireless network.

Devices which are able to be set up as a standalone device can work, but functions that depend upon a wireless connection to another device would not work. Wireless printers and storage devices would not function wirelessly, but may still function if they are connected directly to the computer. Media devices like Apple TV would also still be able to be setup and connect to the wireless network to use such services like streaming media (Netflix, Hulu, etc.), but the wireless screen sharing and media sharing capabilities would be unavailable on the SU wireless network.

If you are not sure if your device will work with our wireless network, please contact Technology Support by calling 410-677-5454.

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