The generic settings below will allow you to configure a wireless device to connect to eduroam.
Not all the configuration settings will be available on all devices.
The network name for the secure wireless network is eduroam. This must be all lowercase.
The wireless Network Authentication type is WPA2 Enterprise.
The Data Encryption method to use is AES.
If your wireless device does not support WPA2/AES, select WPA authentication and TKIP encryption.
The "EAP Authentication Type" or "Outer Authentication Protocol" is PEAP or PEAPv0.
The "Authentication Method", "Authentication Protocol" or "Inner Authentication Protocol" is MS-CHAPv2.
Your username is your UUN plus @ed.ac.uk, e.g. "email@example.com".
Your password should be the password you use to access Office 365.
If asked for an "Outer Identity", "Anonymous Identity" or "Roaming Identity", leave it blank.
If asked for a realm, leave it blank.
You should choose to Validate the Server Certificate.
The certificate should be from the Radius Server radius01.is.ed.ac.uk..
The Root Certificate Authority or "Root CA" is UTN-USERFirst-Hardware. The UTN-USERFirst-Hardware certificate is signed by AddTrust External CA Root.
Although you may be able to connect to the eduroam wireless network without validating the server certificate, your connection will not be secure. You must ensure server certificate validation is enabled.