Eduroam (Educational Roaming) is an implementation of an infrastructure which facilitates roaming educational users to gain Internet access at other member sites by authenticating against a server hosted at their own institution.
Basically, Eduroam allows you to use wireless networks at other sites using your home university login details. Once fully configured, you can open your laptop at ANY college (or other participating facility) in the world and be online instantly.
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More information on eduroam is available here.
How To Connect
Eduroam on ASU campus currently supports connections via Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 a.o. operating systems. Visitors to ASU need to refer to connection details and Your computer configuration from their home university site. The username and password gained in home university are valid in other universities joined to Eduroam system. The good news is that you should only have to do this setup once, your device will remember the settings for all future sessions in other universities.
Technical specifications (wireless LAN media, SSID, encryption, authentication, protocols) could be different in each home university network. The following details are tailored for ASU staff and students ONLY:
Authentication: WPA (could be WPA-Auto, WPA2), encryption: TKIP
802.1x setting: authentication type PEAP,
Identity (roaming identity): the same as User name,
Protocol: EAP-MSCHAP v2.
Tick off “validate server certificate“, i.e. server server certificate should be not checked.
MSCHAPv2 properties – tick off “use windows user name”
Windows Vista ir Windows 7 users – switch on:
802.1x settings –> specify authentication model = User authentication
If you are ASU student and don’t know your user name and password please visit https://tapatybes.asu.lt/en to activate your account.
If you have any questions regarding Eduroam please write to firstname.lastname@example.org