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What is eduroam?
Memorial Users - Configuring eduroam on your device
- Once set up, the eduroam SSID will work on our campus, however Memorial users are encouraged to use the normal stu or fac networks while at MUN, as they are the primary network(s) on campus and do not have the limitations/restrictions of a guest account and are better suited for daily traffic.
- If you experience issues while attempting to access wireless service at another institution through the eduroam setup on your device, you need to contact Memorial's C&C Service Desk for assistance at 864-4595 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org . IT support services at other eduroam affiliated sites you may visit are not required under the eduroam agreement to provide major support - this is the sole responsiblity of the home institution.
Needs to be set up at your own institution prior to visiting Memorial.
For any individual visiting Memorial University, our implementation of eduroam utilizes 802.1x using either WPA/TKIP or WPA2/AES on the 802.11g network standard.
Please contact your home institution for any help or support and to obtain setup instructions particular to your institution.
Restrictions of eduroam
The network restrictions in place are at the discretion of the institution providing the service.
At the very minimum, eduroam provides basic network connectivity for web browsing (HTTP/HTTPS), secure shell (SSH) and VPN only.
There is no guarantee that eduroam will provide the same access to resources as the home or visited institution’s standard wireless networks.
The service is currently restricted to St. John's Campus.