Wireless network management (Surface Hub)

Microsoft Surface Hub offers two options for network connectivity to your corporate network and Internet: wireless, and wired. While both provide network access, we recommend you use a wired connection.

Modifying, adding, or reviewing a network connection

If a wired network connection is not available, the Surface Hub can use a wireless network for internet access. A properly connected and configured Wi-Fi access point must be available and within range of the Surface Hub.

Choose a wireless access point

  1. On the Surface Hub, open Settings and enter your admin credentials.
  2. Click System, and then click Network & Internet. Under Wi-Fi, choose an access point. If you want Surface Hub to automatically connect to this access point, click Connect automatically. Click Connect.

    Image showing Wi-Fi settings, Network & Internet page.

  3. If the network is secured, you'll be asked to enter the security key. Click Next to connect.

    Image showing security key and password prompts for connecting to secured Wi-Fi.

Review wireless settings

  1. On the Surface Hub, open Settings and enter your admin credentials.
  2. Click System, click Network & Internet, then Wi-Fi, and then click Advanced options.
  3. Surface Hub shows you the properties for the wireless network connection.

    Image showing properties for connected Wi-Fi.

Review wired settings

  1. On the Surface Hub, open Settings and enter your admin credentials.
  2. Click System, click Network & Internet, then click on the network under Ethernet.

    Image showing Network & Internet, Ethernet settings page.

  3. The system will show you the properties for the wired network connection.

    Image showing properties for ethernet connection.

Manage Microsoft Surface Hub

Microsoft Surface Hub administrator's guide