Handheld Gaming

 

3DS

Finding your 3DS’s MAC Address

In order to use your 3DS online you will need to register your device on your myResTek page. The 3DS does not support registering on our system using the normal -secure or -help networks so you will need to register your device in order to use the -alt network.

1. From the Home Menu choose the “System Settings” (The gray wrench) icon click “Open”.

2. Click the “Internet Settings” button in the top left of the lower screen.

3DS system settings with internet settings highlighted

3. Click the “Other Information” button near the bottom of the lower screen.

4. Click the “Confirm MAC Address” button near the bottom of the lower screen.

5. Record the MAC Address exactly (Mind the 0O’s and 8B’s) and enter it, along with your student information on myResTek.

6. Go back to the “Internet Settings”

7. Tap “Connection Settings”

Internet settings with connection settings highlighted

8. Tap the “New Connection” option

Within connection settings with new connection highlighted

9. Tap “Manual Setup” when the prompt asks if you would like help with the internet connection setup

Manual setup highlighted within pop-up prompt

10. Tap “Search for an Access Point”

Search for an Access Point is highlighted in the 3ds screenshot

11. Once the search has completed, tap WWUwireless-alt and connect to it

 

PS Vita

Connecting your PS Vita

In order to use your PS Vita online you will need to register your device on your myResTek page. The PS Vita does not support registering on our system using the normal -secure or -help networks so you will need to register your device in order to use the -alt network.

  1. To find your PS Vita’s MAC Address, go to the Settings icon and then tap Start.
  2. Tap the System Information option and then record the MAC Address exactly (Mind the 0O’s and 8B’s) and enter it, along with your student information on myResTek.
  3. Go to the Settings icon > Start > Network Settings > Wi-Fi Settings
  4. Select WWUwireless-alt