eduroam - Linux Setup
This document explains how to connect to eduroam on a Linux-based OS with the Gnome Window Manager. Note: you will need to make sure that you have installed
wpasupplicant before you can proceed with these directions. You can install
wpasupplicant using the Ubuntu Software Center (or distribution equivalent) or from the command-line (e.g.,
sudo apt-get install wpasupplicant)
- Click on the Network Manager indicator in the system tray and
- Enter the settings as shown below.
- Wireless Security: Select WPA & WPA2 Enterprise
- Authentication: Select Protected EAP (PEAP)
- CA Certificate: Click the menu item to open the file browser. Select /etc/ssl/certs/AddTrust_External_Root.pem
- PEAP Version: Select Automatic
- Inner Authentication: Select MSCHAPv2
Username: Enter your fully-qualified username
- Password: Enter your NetID password
- Click Connect and you will be connected to the eduroam network.