Connecting IoT Devices to the Lesley Network

Modified on Mon, 22 Jan 2024 at 02:42 PM

This article is intended for campus residents and will walk you through registering a browserless device on our network, such as gaming consoles, streaming devices, eReaders and personal assistants

If you are trying to connect to the network with a pc, laptop, phone or tablet, please follow the instructions at eduroam FAQ.  

Any device that is capable of using eduroam that is registered as IoT will be removed. 

For a full list of supported network services, please visit Supported Network Services 

Registering your device

Please follow the steps below in order to register your device:

1. Open a web browser on a device that is already connected to Lesley's network and go to  This site is only available while on campus.  You will see the site below and should log in with your Lesley username and password.  

2. Click on create a new device

3. You will then need to enter the devices MAC Address, a name for the device, check the terms of use box and click create.  Optionally you can enter your email address to receive confirmation of the registration. 

Explanation of Fields:

  •  MAC Address - You will need to enter the MAC address for the device you are trying to register.  If you are unsure about how to find the MAC address, please have a look at this article:  If you are still unsure, please contact our Help Desk at
  • Device Name - Use this field to name your device in the system.
  • Notes - Any notes you want to add, only you will see this field.
  • Email Address - If you enter an email the system will send a confirmation to this email.
  • Terms of Use - Check the box to accept the terms of use.

4. You will then get the creation receipt.  Connect your device to the "Lesley Devices" network using the PSK(password) that the page returns.

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