You can register your personal wireless-capable devices—such as phones, tablets, and gaming systems—with the Kenyon network. Upon registration, you will not need to sign into Kenyon's wireless network on that device before going online.
We're pleased to note some improvements to the registration system:
- Registration is enabled almost immediately; most devices are ready to connect within 30 minutes.
- You can easily update your device registrations whenever necessary.
- You can disable and reactivate devices you create, as well as renew devices when they expire.
If you have a wireless-capable device you would like to connect to the Kenyon Network, you alone should register the device. When you register a device, you are responsible for the behavior and actions associated with the device, including any violations of Kenyon's Acceptable Use Policy.
If you have any questions about registering wireless devices with the Kenyon network after reading the instructions, please contact Helpline at x5700.
What Wireless-Capable Devices Can I Register?
Registration is useful for devices that you wish to have constant access to Kenyon's wireless network. This includes devices on which opening a web browser to log in could be cumbersome or impossible. The devices listed below are commonly registered at Kenyon:
- Mobile phones
- Digital books
- Gaming systems
- Streaming video players (Apple TV, Roku)
LBIS does not recommend that you register your laptop with the wireless network. Users who do may notice that some services may not work as they would if logged in normally.
If you decide that registering your device is the best option, step-by-step instructions can be found at: How To Register a Wireless Device.
Find troubleshooting help for registered devices here.
Find the wireless device registration form here.