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Registering a Game Console

In order for any device, including gaming consoles, to have wired internet access they must register their device on the MyUWO Portal.

Xbox One

To obtain the MAC address:

  1. Navigate to the Settings page
  2. Open Network page
  3. Open Advanced Settings
  4. Your MAC Address should be displayed as "Wired MAC"

 

XBox 360

To obtain the MAC address:

  1. With the system on and on the Xbox dashboard open the system settings option
  2. Go to Network settings then in that window select Configure Network.
  3. There will then be two options, you will want to highlight and click the block of text with “Advanced Settings”
  4. From there, look to the bottom left hand corner for the “Wired Mac Address,” this number is your MAC Address.


Original Xbox

To obtain the MAC address:

  1. Turn on your system without a game inside the disc tray
  2. Unplug the network cable
  3. Navigate to the Xbox Live option and when it cannot connect click settings
  4. Now scroll down to network settings
  5. In the lower right hand corner look for MAC=(This number is your MAC address).

 

Playstation 4

To obtain the MAC address:

  1. On the XMB menu scroll to the right to Settings
  2. Navigate down to and open Network page
  3. Navigate down to and open View Connection Status page
  4. Your MAC Address should be displayed as "MAC Address(LAN Cable)"

Playstation 3

To obtain the MAC address:

  1. Start up the Playstation to the main menu (i.e. without a disc in the drive)
  2. Navigate to the System Settings icon and select
  3. Within that list find the option that says System Information and select
  4. In that list you will find your MAC Address

 

Playstation 2

To obtain the MAC address:

  1. Start up your system and load the Network Adaptor Startup Disc
  2. With that loaded select ISP Setup when that opens select Agree
  3. Within the menu that opens you will want to select Local Area Network
  4. From there click Automatic Configuration then click Advanced
  5. Within that menu make sure Automatic is selected and then at the bottom of the list is your MAC address.

 

Wii U

To obtain the MAC address:

  1. Navigate to System Settings from the Wii U Menu
  2. Select Internet
  3. Select View Mac Address
  4. Your MAC address is displayed here

 

    Nintendo Wii (you need the LAN adapter):

    To obtain the MAC address:

    1. Start up the Wii to its channel menu
    2. In the bottom left corner of the screen select the circle that says Wii
    3. Then select the option on the right that says Wii Settings
    4. Click the right arrow to the second page and then select Internet and then Console Information
    5. Two different options will appear you will want to right down the number under LAN Adapter MAC Address (the other option is for wireless which we do not support).