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Apogee Get Connected Overview

Millersville University is providing new wireless and wired SSID's* for resident students.

  • MyResNet-2G
  • MyResNet-5G
  • MyResNet Start Here

*The new SSID's will replace the existing Millersville network in the residence halls.


  • Mobile Device:  Scan QR Code or Go to the Apple or Google store to download the app and type Apogee ResNet into the app search.
  • PC & Mac:  Go to to reach the portal on your laptop or desktop computer.  Save the link for faster access.  Enter your existing credentials.
  • Speeds: 100 Mbps download and 25 Mbps upload per device for up to 7 devices.



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If you need any help registering or connecting your devices, please follow the Apogee support structure.  A representative is available 24/7 to assist.

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For iOS14+ and Android 10+ devices

Turn off your private address or MAC randomization feature BEFORE connecting to the new network.  Go to for instructions.

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Students - Connect to the MyResNet-5G* network for faster, uninterrupted wireless connectivity

Only devices that cannot see the MyResNet-5G network should connect to MyResNet-2G network.  To ensure a constant connection to MyResNet-5G, you need to eliminate the option for your device to connect to the 2G network.  *Gaming consoles typically do not have the appropriate hardware for 5G connectivity, use 2G.



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Apogee networks require that MAC randomization must be turned off.

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MAC randomization must be turned off or all Apogee networks.

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Students who do not have this feature turned off will experience service interruption.
Apple Turning off MAC Randomization/Private Addresses
iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch - iOS 14
Turning off MAC Randomization/Private Addresses
Android v10 and Above
  1. Open the Settings app, then tap Wi-Fi.
  2. Tap the information button next to a network.
  3. Tap User Private Address to off position.  If your device joined the network without using a private address, a privacy warning explains why.
  4. The new setting is used the next time your device joins the network.  If you want to use it immediately, turn Wi-Fi off and back on in the Control Center or Settings, then join the network.
  1. From the home screen, swipe down from the top of the screen.
  2. Press and hold the Wi-Fi icon until network list opens.
  3. Confirm device is connected to our SSID.
  4. Tap the Settings Icon (typically looks like a gear).
  5. In the MAC Address Type, select Phone MAC.

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