Finding Your Device's IP Address

Modified on: Mon, 2023, Jan 9 8:27 AM

Applies to: Students, Faculty, Staff
Revised: 2022-11-04
Status: Approved

Answers the questions: 

  • How do I find my IP address?
  • How to I register my device if I can't find my IP address?


Overview 

If this is your first time logging in on the device, navigate to the WiFi settings, choose AU Student, and enter the password GoEagles. Your device is now connected to our local network with an IP address, but will be unable to connect to most services until registered on connect.asbury.edu.


Once the device is connected, follow the steps below for your specific device. Once you have your IP address, you can register your device by loading the connect.asbury.edu page in a web browser on a second device and entering the device information there.


1. Amazon Echo

2. Amazon Fire TV

3. Android

4. Apple iOS

5. Apple TV

6. Google Home/Chromecast

7. Xbox 360

8. Xbox One

9. Wii

10. Nintendo Switch

11. PlayStation 4/5

12. macOS

13. Windows 10/11

14. Roku

15. Don't see your device? Let us know and we'll add your device!


Amazon Echo

Step 1: Download the Amazon Alexa app to your phone or computer and sign in with your Amazon account.

Step 2: Connect to the wireless network transmitted by your Echo device.

Step 3: The wireless MAC address for your Echo can be found at the bottom of the Echo Setup screen in the Alexa app.

 

Amazon Fire TV

Step 1: From the Home screen, select Settings.

Step 2: Select My Fire TV.

Step 3: Select About.

Step 4: Select Network. Your IP Address should be on the right side of the screen.


Android

Step 1: Pull down the notifications menu and tap on the gear icon in the top right to open the Settings app.

Step 2: Tap on Connections.

Step 3: Tap on Wi-Fi (Note: Tap on the word itself, not the on/off switch).

Step 4: Make sure your Wi-Fi is on. If you aren't already, connect to AU Student (or, if you are a faculty or staff member, AU Wireless).

Step 5: Tap on the gear icon next to AU Student.

Step 6: Tap on View More. Scroll down to the bottom of the screen, and at the bottom you will find your IP Address.


Apple iOS

Step 1: Open the Settings app and select Wi-Fi. If you aren't already, connect to AU Student (or, if you are a faculty or staff member, AU Wireless).

Step 2: Tap on the blue "i" icon to the right side of the connected network. Under the IPv4 Address section, you should see the IP Address listed.

Note: if you are on iOS 14, make sure to turn off the "Private Address" setting, as it can interfere with your connectivity to Asbury's network.

 

Apple TV

Step 1: From the Home screen, select Settings.

Step 2: Select Network.

Step 3: Under the Status section, you can find your IP Address.

 

Google Chromecast/Home

Step 1: Open the Google Home app.

Step 2: Select your device.

Step 3: Select Settings.

Step 4: Select Device information.

Step 5: Under Technical information, you should be able to find your MAC Address.

 

Xbox 360

Step 1: From the Dashboard, navigate to settings.

Step 2: Select System.

Step 3: Select Network Settings.

Step 4: Select either Wired or Wireless depending on your device's connection (if you are connected via Wi-Fi, select Wireless).

Step 5: Select Configure Network. You should see your IP address under Basic Settings.

 

Xbox One

Step 1: Open the Menu screen.

Step 2: Select Settings.

Step 3: Select Network.

Step 4: Select Advanced settings. Your IP Address should appear on the right side of this screen.

 

Wii

Step 1: From the Home menu, select Wii.

Step 2: Select Wii Settings.

Step 3: Select Internet.

Step 4: Select Console Information. From here, you can see your device's IP Address.

 

Nintendo Switch

Step 1: From the Home Menu, select System Settings.

Step 2: Scroll down to Internet.

Step 3: You should be able to see your IP Address on the right side of the screen.

 

PlayStation 4/5

Step 1: From your home screen, click on Settings.

Step 2: Select Network from the menu options.

Step 3: Go to the bottom right of your screen and click on View Connection Status.

Step 4: You will find your IP address listed in the main section.

 

macOS

Step 1: Open System Preferences.

Step 2: Click Network

Step 3: Select the Wi-Fi tab and look under Status. If you are connected to a wi-fi network, your IP address will be listed.

 

Windows 10/11

Step 1: Select Start > Settings > Network & internet > Wi-Fi

Step 2: Select the Wi-Fi network you're connected to.

Step 3: Under Properties, look for your IP address listed next to IPv4 address


Roku

Step 1: From the Roku main menu, move down to the settings.

Step 2: Search for the networking option.

Step 3: Under that submenu, find About. There, you'll find your Roku's IP address and other useful network information about your device.


Contact us:

  • Call 859-858-5177 or campus extension 2177
  • Click to visit us online at http://www.asbury.edu/its
  • Or Visit us in the Kinlaw Library, room 131

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