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    BYOT  
     
    Student Device Registration
     
     
    Welcome

    Welcome to the Seneca Valley BYOT Device Registration Page. Your personal mobile device(s) must be registered with the MAC (Wi-Fi) address prior to connecting to the SV-BYOT wireless network. Once registered (allow 24 hours) your device may join the SV-BYOT wireless network.

    BYOT device registration requires the student's SV network username and password. If additional help is needed, please contact your teacher for guidance.
     
    To register your your device please visit  http://byot.svsd.net


     
    How to find your Device MAC Address:

    Additional information is available on the Internet if you require assistance finding your MAC (Wi-Fi) address.

    Amazon Kindle
    1.Press the "Menu" button.
    2.Use the 5-way controller to underline "Settings" > Press "Select."
    3.Under "Device Info," you will see an entry for Wi-Fi MAC Address.
     
    Amazon Kindle Fire HD
    1.Pull down menu fromtop of screen by dragging from top to bottom.
    2.Select 'More'.
    3.Select 'Device'.
    4.Select 'About'.
    5.The Wi-Fi MAC addresswill be found on this page.

    Android-based Device
    1.Press “Menu” on the home screen > Select “Settings.”
    2.Select “Wireless & Networks.”
    3.Check the box marked “Wi-Fi” to ensure that wireless is turned on.
    4.Press “Back” > Select “About Phone” or "About Tablet" at the bottom of the list.
    5.Select “Hardware Information.”
    6. Select "Status."
    7. You will see the MAC address displayed in the field labeled “Wi-Fi MAC Address.”
     
    Apple Macintosh Laptops
    1. Click the Apple menu at the top left of the screen;
    2. Click 'About This Mac';
    3. Click the 'More Info...' button (this will launch 'System Profiler')
    4. Click the 'Network' line item in the left column
    5. In the right panel, under the 'airport' (wireless) section, you will find the Airport MAC address. (NOT "Ethernet" / wired)

    Barnes and Noble Nook
    1.Press the Home button.
    2.On the Home menu, tap "Settings."
    3.Find the entry for "MAC Address."
    NOOKcolor:
    1.Tap the Nav Arrow at the bottom of the screen to display the Quick Nav Bar > Tap "Settings."
    2.Tap "Device Info" > "About Your NOOKcolor."
    3.Find the entry for "MAC Address."

    Blackberry
    1.Select “Options” from the home screen.
    2.Select “Status.”
    3.You will see the MAC address displayed in the field labeled “WLAN MAC.”

    iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch
    1.Select “Settings” from the home screen.
    2.Select the “General” option on the left.
    3.Select the “About” option on the right.
    4.You will see the MAC address displayed in the field labeled “Wi-Fi Address.”

    Microsoft Surface
    1.Swipe your finger from the right edge toward the left to bring up the Charms bar. Tap on Search, enter “cmd” and open the app. You can also scroll to the right and look for Command Prompt app with a black terminal icon.
    2.Next enter “ipconfig -all” in the command line to retrieve your MAC address.
    3.Look for the Physical Address for Wireless LAN adapter Wi-Fi (that is the MAC address).

    Palm webOS Device (i.e., Palm Pre)
    1.Select “Device Info” from the Launcher.
    2.Select “More Info” > Select the “Hardware” tab.
    3.This screen displays the MAC address.

    PlayStation Portable (PSP)
    1.Select “Settings” from the home screen.
    2.Select “System Settings” > Select “System Information.”
    3.This screen displays the MAC address.

    Windows Mobile Device
    1.Make sure your Wi-Fi is enabled.
    2.Select “Start” > “Settings.”
    3.Select “Connections” > “Wireless LAN.”
    4.Select the “Advanced” tab.
    5.You will see the MAC address displayed in the “MAC” field.

    Windows 7 laptop/netbook
    1. Open a Command Prompt window by clicking the Start button, clicking All Programs, clicking Accessories, and then clicking Command Prompt (or search for "cmd")
    2. In the Command Prompt window type "ipconfig /all"
    3. Find the Physical Address line under the section that describes your WIRELESS network adapter (not ethernet or local area connection). MAC address is listed as six pairs of characters separated by hyphens (-). 

    Windows 8 laptop/netbook
    1. Go to the Desktop.
    2. Open a Windows Explorer window by clicking on the Windows Explorer icon on the taskbar.
    3. Click on the small Folder icon in the Address bar, type cmd and then press Enter. New Command Prompt window will be opened.
    4. In the Command Prompt window type "getmac /v /fo list"
    5. Find the section that describes the WIRELESS network adapter. The Physical Address line shows MAC address as six pairs of two characters separated by hyphens (-). 


    Windows 10 laptop/netbook
    1. Press the windows key (or the windows symbol on-screen), search for the Command Prompt desktop app by typing "CMD" and launch it.
    2. In the Command Prompt window type "getmac /v /fo list"
    3. Find the section that describes the WIRELESS network adapter. The Physical Address line shows MAC address as six pairs of two characters separated by hyphens (-). 

    Windows 10:
    1. Press the windows key (or the windows symbol on-screen), search for the Command Prompt desktop app by typing "CMD" and launch it.
    2. In the Command Prompt window type "ipconfig /all" and press Enter.
    3. Find the section that describes the WIRELESS LAN network Wi-Fi. The Physical Address line shows MAC address as six pairs of two characters separated by hyphens (-).