Eduroam (education roaming) allows users (researchers, teachers, students, staff) from participating institutions to securely access the Internet from any eduroam-enabled institution. The eduroam principle is based on the fact that the user’s authentication is done by the user’s home institution, whereas the authorisation decision allowing access to the network resources is done by the visited network.
Eduroam is free for it’s users, there is no charge for eduroam use world-wide. The providers of eduroam hotspots make the service available to benefit all members of the research and education community.
The Eduroam service is also safe, it uses secure encryption and authentication standards; It’s security by far exceeds typical commercial hotspots.
We currently only offer the visitor-only service over our wireless network, the service is currently available at the following locations:
As supported locations, there will be a wireless network called “eduroam”.
Upon connecting to this network, you will be prompted to enter your eduroam credentials provided by your home eduction institute.
Other Useful Information
If you require help or support for the Eduroam service, please contact either your home network IT department or the IT department of the institution you are visiting in the first instance.
A list of Janet Eduroam participating organisations and site locations can be found here.