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Wireless Connection Instructions

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Staff Guest Wireless

The district's guest wireless network allows faculty and staff to bring in authorized personal devices from home and utilize them in the classroom. To gain access on your device follow these steps:

1. Connect to the network TR_Schools_Wireless from your device's settings.

2. Click the blue "Sign in with Google" button and follow the prompts on the login page that appears.

3. Enter your district Google username and tap Next.

4. Enter your password and tap the Sign In button to continue with the connection process.

5. Finally, you should receive a Connection Successful message, indicating that you now have access to the network. 

How to Find Your Wireless MAC Address

MAC address contains 12 characters, with digits from 0 to 9, and letters from A to F. The letters may be either upper or lower case. Sometimes each pair of characters is separated by a colon, dash or a space. Sometimes there is no space at all.

For an external wireless card, check the card to see if the MAC address is recorded on a label. If your computer has an internal wireless card, you'll have to use the operating system to find the MAC address.

  • Click on the Start Menu, then select the Run item.
  • Type cmd in the text field.
  • A terminal window will appear on the screen. Type ipconfig /all and return.
  • There will be a block of information for each adapter on your computer. Look in the description field for wireless. The Physical Address for that block is your wireless MAC address.
  • Click on the Apple Menu, and choose the Location menu item.
  • Click on Network Preferences.
  • Click on the Show menu and choose the AirPort item. The AirPort ID is your wireless MAC address.
  • Open your Settings. You can find the Settings app on your Home Screen.
  • Tap the General category.
  • Tap About. This will list information about your specific device. Scroll down until you see Wi-Fi Address. This is the MAC address for your iDevice.
  • In a terminal window type ifconfig and return.
  • You'll see a list of interfaces. Your wireless interface will likely be named wlan0 or wifi0. The wireless MAC address will be in the field labeled HWaddr.
  • You can also use iwconfig to find your wireless MAC address if you have it installed.
  • Open the Chromecast app on your computer. If you have set up your Chromecast recently, you'll find a shortcut to the app on your desktop.
  • Click Settings.
  • Find the MAC address at the bottom of the window. The system's MAC address is located at the bottom-left corner of the Settings menu.
  • With your Apple TV remote, navigate to the Settings icon and select it.
  • From the Settings menu, select General.
  • Under General, select Network.
  • Your MAC address will be listed as "Wi-Fi Address".

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