Connecting to eduroam

Note: You will need to re-enter your password whenever you change it.

Automatic Configuration

  1. Connect to the internet using an alternative method
  2. Open your device’s browser
    • Note: iOS devices must use Safari

  3. Navigate to https://cat.eduroam.org

  4. Click the Link “Click here to download your eduroam installer”
  5. Select Oakland University
  6. Click “Download your eduroam installer”
    • Note: This should accurately reflect your device’s Operating System. If it does not, click “Choose another installer to download” and select the correct option

  7. Run the downloaded application and follow the prompts
  8. When prompted, use your ADMNET credentials, with the user in the form: example_user@oakland.edu

Manual Configuration

iOS

  1. Open Settings Tap Wi-Fi Select ‘eduroam’
  2. Enter your email address (e.g. user@oakland.edu )

  3. Enter your ADMNET password
  4. Tap Join
  5. Tap Trust to accept the *.oakland.edu certificate

Android

  1. Open Settings
  2. Tap Connections
  3. Select ‘eduroam’
  4. Tap Trust to accept the *.oakland.edu certificate
  5. Enter your email address (e.g. user@oakland.edu )

  6. Enter your ADMNET password
  7. Tap Connect

Windows

  • Windows based devices will only connect using the Automatic Configuration steps listed above.

MacOS

  1. Click the Wireless Icon on the Menu Bar Select ‘eduroam’
  2. Enter your email address (e.g. user@oakland.edu )

  3. Enter your ADMNET password
  4. Tap Join At the “Verify Certificate” window
  5. Click Continue to accept the *.oakland.edu certificate

Linux (Tested with Ubuntu 18.04 LTS)

  1. Click ‘Activities’
  2. Type ‘Wi-Fi’ in the search box.
  3. Select ‘Wi-Fi’
  4. Select ‘eduroam’ from ‘Visible Networks’
  5. In the ‘Security’ tab fill in the following values
    • Security: WPA & WPA2 Enterprise

    • Authentication: Protected EAP (PEAP)
    • Anonymous Identity: <Leave Blank>

    • Domain: <Leave Blank>

    • CA Certificate: /etc/ssl/certs/GlobalSign_Root_CA.pem
    • PEAP version: Automatic
    • Inner Authentication: MSCHAPv2
    • Username: email address (e.g. user@oakland.edu )

    • Password: Enter your ADMNET password
  6. Click ‘Connect’