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# Connect your device to the network and open a browser. You will be redirected to https://netreg.nikhef.nl if it doesnt happen, you can type in the link itself in the browser.
 
# Connect your device to the network and open a browser. You will be redirected to https://netreg.nikhef.nl if it doesnt happen, you can type in the link itself in the browser.
 
# Log in through our single sign on page to this service by entering your Nikhef credentials
 
# Log in through our single sign on page to this service by entering your Nikhef credentials
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   * Enter your Device Name
 
   * Enter your Device Name
 
   * Enter the mac adress of your network device
 
   * Enter the mac adress of your network device
 
   * Enter a description
 
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4. Press process changes and updates
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Revision as of 11:45, 30 September 2015

Register Network Device

Introduction

As a Nikhef user you are allowed to register a network device on the Nikhef network.
This allows this device to be connected to a wall outlet and have access to the internet.
You can register up to 3 network devices as a user.
To register a device you need to know the mac adress of the device

How to register a network device

  1. Connect your device to the network and open a browser. You will be redirected to https://netreg.nikhef.nl if it doesnt happen, you can type in the link itself in the browser.
  2. Log in through our single sign on page to this service by entering your Nikhef credentials
  3. Enter the following information:
 * Enter your Device Name
 * Enter the mac adress of your network device
 * Enter a description

4. Press process changes and updates


Be Aware: It is important to note that after this the network plug must be discconnected for 10 seconds afterwhich you can plug it in and your network device should be able to connect to internet.