Printing for Mac
- Go to: Applications / Utilities / Printer Setup Utility OR System Preferences / Print and Fax
- Click “Add Printer” near the top
- In top drop-down, select “IP Printing”
- printer type: “LPD/LPR”
- printer addresses: Lounge or Lobby See front of printer for IP address
- queue name: leave blank
- printer model: HP Laserjet 600 Series M602
- use generic postscript driver or download and install this: download
- printer locations:
- Admin Hallway (near Rozin’s office)
Note: If you selected anything incorrectly, delete the printer and add a new one
Printing for Windows
- Drivers for printer here: download
- From Start, select “Printers and Faxes” then click on “Add Printer”. When the “Add Printer Wizard” comes up, click Next.
- When prompted select “Local printer attached to this computer” (do not select Network printer) and uncheck (turn off) “Automatically detect and install my Plug and Play.” Next.
- In “Select the Printer Port” screen, select “Create a new port” and select “Standard TCP/IP Port” from the dropdown. Next.
- The “Add Standard TCP/IP Printer Port Wizard” will pop up. Click Next. In “Printer Name or IP Address” enter the IP address found on the front of the printer in the Student Lounge Area or Admin Hallway
- For Device Type in the next screen, select “Generic Network Card” Click Next. Click Finish and that wizard will close.
- The Add Printer Wizard will now go to a new screen, for you to select the type of printer you have.
- HP LaserJet 600 M602 for both Lobby and Admin hallway printers
- Click Next.
- You may want to rename the printer for ease of identification. Decide if you want this printer to be the default printer for your PC. Click Next.
- Click Next again because you don’t want to share it through the Windows PC as it is already a shared printer.
- Click Next so that it prints a test page.
- Click Finish
Note: color printing is not availble at ITP. All color printing can be done at Bobst Library. More information can be found here
ITP provides a mail table for incoming student packages. It should be used only for ordering parts for ITP-related projects. This means NO Zappos or Gap orders, etc., and no bills, magazines, or personal mail.
[Your Name] ℅ NYU ITP
370 Jay Street 4th Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11201
- Packages arriving through USPS will take one day longer to arrive than expected. NYU has a mailroom where these parcels head before being delivered here the next day. UPS and FedEx come directly to ITP.
- Please pick up your packages and letters on the day they arrive, or as close as possible to their arrival. Any mail that is left sitting for over a week will be thrown away.
- Please do not open your package and then leave it on the mail table. Please also throw away or recycle any packaging left over from your mail.
- Questions? Talk to Anna at the front desk!
NYURoam Networks: ITS Supported
NYU offers wireless Internet access for NYU students, faculty, and staff, called the Wireless NYURoam System. Extensive help resources about connecting to NYU wireless can be found at
http://www.nyu.edu/its/wireless/. There are multiple wireless networks available at at NYU and another at ITP called sandbox370 (more on that system below).
The most commonly used wireless networks are nyu, nyu-legacy and nyu-guest. If you need assistance or are having trouble connecting first contact ITS:
- For help by telephone, call 1-212-998-3333 to speak with IT Service Desk staff 24 hours a day, seven days a week. (NYU-NY community members can simply call 8-3333 from on-campus phones.)
- For help online, search the ServiceLink knowledge base, or submit your question (including as many details as possible) using the
contact form or by sending email to AskITP@itp.nyu.edu A representative will respond to the email address you supply within one business day.
- For in-person help in New York, visit the IT Service Desk at 10 Astor Place, 4th floor, from Monday through Friday, 9am to 6pm ET. For help with configuring your laptop computer, however, call 1-212-998-3333 first to make an appointment.
If you are on the Floor and need immediate help connecting a device to the NYU Roam networks, you can visit the ITP tech staff. We may be able to help, but it might require you to contact ITS.
Please Note: NYU’s primary wireless network nyu is optimized to provide service only to wireless devices that support the 5 GHz radio frequency, commonly known as 802.11n or 802.11ac. As a result, wireless devices that have only 2.4 GHz 802.11a or 802.11b radios must be reconfigured to use an alternative network nyu-legacy. Need more information?
Additionally: For your own personal protection, please remember to log off the nyu or nyu-legacy networks if you are borrowing an ITP Production or loaner laptop from the Equipment Room.
Remember: don’t choose to save your credentials when joining either network on borrowed or classroom equipment!
For most purposes, the nyu and nyuguest networks will be the only wireless networks you need.
However, there is also a special wireless network available on the ITP floor named sandbox370.
This network has been created to allow students and faculty to experiment with networked devices, especially consumer devices that have no graphical interface or cannot perform the WPA2 Enterprise authentication required by the regular wireless network. Aside from just providing access to the Internet, sandbox370 is special for two reasons:
- devices on sandbox370 can accept connections from the Internet (i.e. outside of NYU)
- devices on sandbox370 can communicate peer-to-peer with other devices on sandbox370
sandbox370 network is password protected with a specific password that you need to get from ITP Tech Staff. You can register up to two devices to use on sandbox370.
If you need to register more than two devices, or a device requires a statically-assigned IP address, you will need to contact ITP Tech Staff for assistance.
- wireless network SSID (name): sandbox370
- encryption: WPA Personal
- password: must be obtained from ITP Tech Staff
- network configuration: DHCP
Connecting to sandbox370 from a device that has a graphical interface:
If your device has a graphical interface that allows you to browse available wifi networks
and open a web browser on the device itself (e.g. Raspberry Pi), you can connect to the sandbox370 network by following these instructions:
- Browse for the wireless network sandbox370 and connect to it
- Enter the password for the sandbox370 network (which you must get from the ITP Tech Staff)
- Open a web browser on your device and go to this site: http://computer.registration.nyu.edu
- Follow the instructions on that page to register your device to use the network
- Shortly after you have completed the registration, your device should be able to connect to the Internet
For more information, you can read about this self-registration procedure here
Connecting to sandbox370 from a device that has no graphical interface
If your device has no graphical interface, you won’t be able to use the instructions above. You can connect to the sandbox370 network by following these instructions:
- You will first need to determine the hardware address of the device’s wireless Ethernet adapter. Instructions for this procedure vary by device, so you will have to refer to your device documentation to find out how to find your device’s wireless hardware address (also called a “MAC address”)
- Go to a computer that already has Internet access
- Open a web browser on that computer and go to this site: http://computer.registration.nyu.edu
- Select the option “register some other device” and enter the hardware address of your device
- Using the connection details above, configure your device to connect to the sandbox370 network. This procedure also varies by device, so you will have to refer to your device documentation
- Shortly after you have completed the registration, and configured your device to connect, your device should be able to connect to the Internet
- For more information, you can read about this self-registration procedure here (following the instructions for “Registering and removing a game console or digital media device”)
Follow These Instruction to AirPlay Your Display to an In-Classroom AppleTV
AirPlay works with 10.9+ OS on mid-2011 Macs only
Currently Installed In: Conference Room, Room 20, Room 50
- Change the input of the projector to Video (HDMI)
- Using the Apple Remote, wake the AppleTV up by pressing the Menu button
- Once the AppleTV wakes up, you should see the AirPlay symbol show up in your Taskbar
- Select the Classroom AirPlay Display to connect to
- Once Connected, you can choose whether to mirror your display or extend your desktop
- When you are done sharing your display, choose the Disconnect AirPlay Display from the drop down so the next person can connect