eduroam (EDUcation ROAMing) is a worldwide network that allows students, staff, and faculty access to wireless internet while visiting other participating member institutions. Users simply use credentials from their home institution and they are granted access.
For example a student from U of M can come to BU and log into our eduroam wireless using their U of M email address and password. Similarly a BU faculty member can go to U of Victoria and log into their eduroam network and use their BU email address and password. You cannot connect to eduroam while at your own institution.
Where to get Support
From your Home Institution. Institutions are not required to provide support to visiting users. Brandon University faculty, staff, & students should contact the BU IT Services Helpdesk for assistance when connecting from off site.
Restrictions and Usage
When using the eduroam network, you must abide by both the Acceptable Use Policy of Brandon University and the other home or visiting institution.
How to connect
Each operating system requires different steps to connect. Below is a list of instructions for a few different operating systems and a list of the required settings which you may need for those and any other OS.
- Network/SSID: eduroam (you may have to manually type this in)
- Network Authentication Method: WPA2 (WPA2 Enterprise)
- Data Encryption Method: AES
- EAP Type: PEAP
- Authentication Protocol: MS-CHAP-V2
- No Certification Authority (CA)
- Disable Server Certificate Validation
- You must enter your full email address as your username