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Student Halls - using Gaming devices,SMART TV and Amazon Echo speakers

‘hallsplymouth’ for Xbox, PlayStation, SMART TV, NOW TV, Game Consoles and Amazon Echo Speakers

For devices that are unable to connect to the main University wireless solution(Eduroam) because they do not support username and password authentication, there is an alternative Network name (SSID) available within Halls of Residence: 

  • The Network name (SSID) is called - 'hallsplymouth'

  • This SSID should be used for Games Consoles, Amazon Firesticks, SMART TVs, Amazon Echo etc.

  • This is a hidden SSID where users need to register their devices before attempting to connect

  • Users should go to the website - http://hallsplymouth.plymouth.ac.uk

  • Here, users can register a new device * You will need to know the MAC address of the device you are registering

Modified 20/09/2018
Author: Rowe, Karen