Applying For Wireless Network Access (For
de Manila Employees
Determine your wireless
LAN card's unique Media Access Control (MAC) Address, which is a
twelve character string composed of the numbers 0 to 9 and the
letters A to F:
Inspect the exterior of
your wireless LAN card and look for markings that say something like
"MAC Address", "Physical Address", or just plain "MAC".
If no such markings are printed, plug in your
wireless LAN card into your mobile computing device and switch on.
For those devices with Windows OS:
Click on the
Windows Start button on the lower left corner of the
The Start Menu will pop up. Select Run. The Run
window will open.
Double-click on the
input field next to Open: then type command and click on OK
A Command Prompt
window will open. Type ipconfig /all.
In the resulting
output, look for the section with the description of your
wireless LAN card and note the line that says "Physical
Address". This is your card's MAC address.
If the above procedure does not apply
to your mobile computing device, please consult your operating
From a web browser in an open access
lab computer on campus, open the following web page:
Enter the required information.
NOTE: Only ateneo.edu email accounts will be accepted. If you
do not have an account, you need to come in person (or send an
authorized representative), with valid ID, to the CNG office at
Faber Hall FH 311 to submit the required information and get your WEP key. Only
one wireless LAN card per user is allowed.
Upon successful registration, you will
receive an email with instructions on how to confirm your
registration and activate access for your registered wireless LAN
NOTE: You need to confirm your registration within three days of
receiving the instructions by email.
Configure your web browser:
You will be able to access the
wireless network only by using your registered wireless LAN card.
If you replace your LAN card for some reason, please proceed to the
CNG office at Faber Hall FH 311 and bring a valid ID and the MAC address of
your new wireless LAN card.