What is eduroam?
Education Roaming, better known as eduroam is the free to use, worldwide wireless roaming service developed for the education community.
It allows Memorial students, staff and faculty to access Wi-Fi when visiting participating institutions without setting up a guest account.
Before you travel, set up and test eduroam on your wireless device at Memorial. Once set up, it will automatically work in 17,000 locations in more than 70 countries.
What you need to access eduroam
New students must create a MUN Login account before accessing eduroam.
Current students, faculty and staff need their MUN Login credentials to access eduroam. If you haven’t changed your MUN Login password since May 11, 2016, do so before accessing eduroam. As well, if you are already using eduroam, you must “forget” the current eduroam wireless network and reconnect to the new eduroam network using your MUN Login credentials.
Connecting to eduroam
Select eduroam in your wireless settings and follow these steps for all your mobile devices:
- When entering your MUN Login credentials, you must add @mun.ca to the end of your MUN Login username so it resembles an email address, such as firstname.lastname@example.org
- Accept the security certificate, if prompted;
Step-by-step guides for joining or forgetting wireless networks are available at Getting Connected to Wireless at Memorial. Substitute eduroam for @Memorial in the instructions, and make sure to add @mun.ca to your username.
If you experience issues while at another institution, please contact the Service Desk at email@example.com or 709-864-4595. The IT support services at other eduroam affiliated sites may not be able to assist you.
Visiting Users to MUN campus
As an eduroam user, please feel free to connect to the eduroam wireless network when visiting Memorial. Remember to use your email-address-style username, such as firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are not already set up as an eduroam user, or require IT support, please contact your home institution.