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Main: EduroamAndroid

The IT Department's general guide for eduroam is here:

This page here describes how to connect under Android, based on HTC Android 2.1 - but it should apply, with minor variations, to all Android phones.

Here comes the step that seems to be a problem for many:

If you have set your password earlier, but cant remember it, you ll have to reset it under "settings > security".

Once you have taken this step, continue with the actual ...

press connect, and you should be fine.

A note on certificates: the implementaion of WPA/802.1x in Ubuntu allows you to connect, even though you do not have a trusted server certificate. A warning dialogue notifies you of this, but you are allowed to accept this potential security risk. It is absolutely necessary to retrieve the certificate through your browser, by going to , store it locally, and inform your WPA/802.1x client of its location, in the warning dialogue. Without the proper certificate, authentication is completely broken - the internal encryption provided by Microsofts MSCHAPv2 is known to be fully cracked (August 2012).

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