Introducing my issue with an anecdote from much earlier today. This morning I brought my iPad 2 into the "tech room" in my high school library, and met the IT guy for the first time. I politely explained that I wanted to use my new iPad for schoolwork and typing papers to iCloud with my keyboard, as I had in middle school, and that I needed access to the "Student" network. He said bluntly, "we are not putting your iPad on the network." I quietly walked out, cursing him in my head. Later in civics class my teacher, very laid back, let me use my iPad to make a keynote. I pulled out one of the Macbooks and in spite, copied the registered DNS settings and Router ID, IPv6, etc. into the network. After the second try it worked, I was on to the heavily restricted student network "without permission," I suppose you could say. Will this be a problem -- can they see I'm on the network? Thanks!