Eduroam roaming wireless network

What is eduroam?

eduroam stands for "education roaming". It is a secure roaming internet access service for the research and education community. This service is available to students, researchers and staff from more than 5000 participating institutions in over 100 countries arount the world.

eduroam allows on-demand wireless network access with mobility, security and ease of use. If your University or Research Institution is keen to join the eduroam federation, information is available on the eduroam wiki.

How does eduroam work?

eduroam allows Plant & Food Research staff to access the wireless network with a variation of their Login Name and password while visiting participating campuses around New Zealand and the world. This allows you to access resources at your home institution.

More information on participating federations in Australia

More information on participating federations around the world

eduroam is available at Plant & Food Research for visitors from other eduroam participating federations.

Eduroam security configuration

SSID: eduroam
Wireless Security Type: WPA-Enterprise/WPA2-Enterprise
Encryption Type: AES/TKIP

How do I connect when visiting another organisation?

The organisation you are visiting must first be a participating member of eduroam. Each organisation will have slightly different security requirements.

It is recommended that you test your eduroam login onsite following the instructions below before you travel.

Authentication information

Wireless Security Type: WPA-Enterprise/WPA2-Enterprise
Encryption Type: AES/TKIP
EAP Type: PEAP
Authentication Protocol: MS-CHAP-V2
Username: username@pfr.co.nz (eg cflxyz@pfr.co.nz)
Validate Server Certificate: Valid Cert Class 2 Policy Validation Authority

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