CONNECT TO EDUROAM

How to connect your device to the Eduroam network.

Eduroam is a way for educational faculty, staff, and students to connect to the WIFI in participating educational organizations in an institution other than their own. For more information on the Eduroam initiative visit https://www.eduroam.org.   

Multiple failed attempts may cause your device to be temporarily blocked for up to 15 minutes. 

Configure Eduroam Wireless

  1. Click the Wi-Fi icon on the bottom right corner in the system bar.
  2. Find and select eduroam in the listed networks.


  3. Click Connect.
  4. You will get a pop up asking for your username and password.
  5. Enter your username@umsystem.edu and your university password.


  6. It will ask you to trust the eduroam certificate to connect.
  7. Click Connect.


  8. You are now connected to the eduroam network.

If you are unable to connect: Forget the Network

  1. Click the wifi icon on the bottom right of the system bar.
  2. Click on Network & Internet settings at the bottom of the listed window.
  3. On the left-hand side column, click WiFi.
  4. Find and select Manage known networks.
  5. Select the eduroam in the list of networks.
  6. Click Forget that appears on the right-hand side of the selected network.
  7. Follow the "Windows 10" steps above to try again.

 

  1. From the desktop, click on the Wi-Fi icon on the top-right menu bar.
  2. Find and select eduroam in the listed networks.


  3. You will get a pop up asking for your username and password.
  4. Enter your username@umsystem.edu and your university password.
  5. Click Join.


  6. It will ask you to trust the eduroam InCommon Server CA certificate to connect.
  7. Click Continue.


  8. You are now connected to the eduroam network.

If you are unable to connect: Forget the Network

  1. Click the wifi icon at the top right of the screen.
  2. Find and select Open Network Preferences... at the bottom of the listed items.
  3. Select the Advanced... button at the bottom right of the window.
  4. Find and select eduroam in the Preferred Networks: field.
  5. When MST has been selected, click the Minus button on the left-hand side under the Preferred Networks: field.
  6. Click OK.
  7. Click Apply.
  8. Follow the "Mac" steps above to try again.

 

  1. Select the Wi-Fi icon on the settings of your phone or at the top menu bar.
  2. Find and select eduroam in the listed networks.
  3. Under CA certificate, select Do not validate. Ignor this step if you do not have it in your Android OS version.
  4. In the Identity field, enter your username@umsystem.edu.
  5. Leave the Anonymous field blank.
  6. In the Password field enter your university password.
  7. Click Connect.


  8. You are now connected to the eduroam network. 

 

If you are unable to connect: Forget the Network

  1. Go to the Wifi settings in the settings app or at the top menu bar.
  2. Click on the settings gear next to eduroam in the listed networks.
  3. Click Forget at the top of the screen.
  4. Follow the "Android Phone" steps above to try again.

  

  1. Find and go to the Settings application.
  2. Select Wi-Fi in the listed settings options on the screen.
  3. Find and select eduroam in the list of Wi-Fi networks.
  4. The next screen will ask you to log in, enter your username@umsystem.edu and your university password.


  5. Select Join at the top right of the screen.
  6. It will ask you to trust the network, select Trust at the top right of the screen.


  7. You are now connected to the eduroam network.

If you are unable to connect: Forget the Network

  1. Go to the Settings application.
  2. Select Wifi in the listed settings.
  3. Find and select the eduroam from the listed networks at the top of your screen.
  4. Click on Forget This Network at the top of the screen.
  5. Follow the "iPhone" steps above to try again.