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Configure WLAN "eduroam" - Windows 7

  • First click on the wireless icon in the taskbar and select Network and Sharing Center, then Manage Wireless Networks
  • If eduroam is not already listed, click on Add, otherwise right-click on eduroam and then on Properties
  • Click on Add and enter eduroam as Network name. Security type select WPA2-Enterprise and the Encryption type is AES.



  • Proceed with next and in the following window select Change Connection Settings.
  • Choose the Security-tab and compare the settings with the screenshot below.



  • Then click on Settings.
  • Now set Validate server certificate and also Connect to these servers with edurad.eva.mpg.de
  • Choose Deutsche Telekom Root CA 2 under Trusted Root Certification Authorities (if the Root Certificate Deutsche Telekom Root CA 2  is missing, download it here and install it with double-click).
  • Click on Configure and untick the checkbox Automatically use my Windows logon name
  • Set Enable Identity-Privacy and insert anonymous



  • Click on OK
  • Check the Advanced settings. Ensure that Specify authentication mode is ticked and User authentication is selected.



  • Now you are ready to establish the connection



  • Go to the wireless icon in the taskbar and click on the eduroam network.



  • Enter your credentials (USENAME@[>>> Please remove the brackets! <<<]eva.mpg.de) and you are connected.

Configure WLAN "eduroam" - Windows 8/8.1

  • There are two ways to reach the setup for eduroam under Windows 8/8.1:

    1. Right click on the wireless icon in the taskbar and select Network and Sharing Center
    2. Start Control Panel via windows key+X, choose Network and Internet and click on Network and Sharing Center

  • Click on Setup a new connection or network, choose Manually connect to a wireless network and click on Next
  • Enter eduroam as Network name. Security type select WPA2-Enterprise and the Encryption type is AES.



  • Proceed with next and in the following window select Change Connection Settings.
  • Choose the Security-tab and compare the settings with the screenshot below.



  • Then click on Settings.
  • Now set Validate server certificate and also Connect to these servers with edurad.eva.mpg.de
  • Choose Deutsche Telekom Root CA 2 under Trusted Root Certification Authorities (if the Root Certificate Deutsche Telekom Root CA 2  is missing, download it here and install it with double-click).
  • Click on Configure and untick the checkbox Automatically use my Windows logon name and password (and domain if any)
  • Set Enable Identity-Privacy and insert anonymous



  • Click on OK
  • Check the Advanced settings. Ensure that Specify authentication mode is ticked and User authentication is selected.



  • Now you are ready to establish the connection



  • Go to the wireless icon in the taskbar or open your Charms Bar/Settings/Wi-Fi and click on the eduroam network.



  • Enter your credentials (USENAME@[>>> Please remove the brackets! <<<]eva.mpg.de) and you are connected.

Configure WLAN "eduroam" - Windows 10

  • Right click on the wireless icon in the taskbar and select Network and Sharing Center

     

  • Click on Setup a new connection or network, choose Manually connect to a wireless network and click on Next

     

  • Enter eduroam as Network name. Security type select WPA2-Enterprise and the Encryption type is AES.



  • Proceed with next and in the following window select Change Connection Settings.
  • Choose the Security-tab and compare the settings with the screenshot below.

     

  • Then click on Settings.
  • Now set Validate server certificate and also Connect to these servers with edurad.eva.mpg.de
  • Choose Deutsche Telekom Root CA 2 under Trusted Root Certification Authorities (if the Root Certificate Deutsche Telekom Root CA 2  is missing, download it here and install it with double-click).
  • Click on Configure and untick the checkbox Automatically use my Windows logon name and password (and domain if any)
  • Set Enable Identity-Privacy and insert anonymous

     

  • Click on OK
  • Check the Advanced settings. Ensure that Specify authentication mode is ticked and User authentication is selected.

     

  • Enter your credentials (USENAME@[>>> Please remove the brackets! <<<]eva.mpg.de).
  • Now you are ready to establish the connection
  • Go to the wireless icon in the taskbar or open your Charms Bar/Settings/Wi-Fi and click on the eduroam network.

 

 

Configure WLAN "eduroam" - Mac OS X

  • Download configuration profile here. Configuration is intended for Mac OS X 10.7 - 10.9.
  • Doubleclick on downloaded file eduroam_mpi_eva_profile.mobile.config and the profile editor of Mac OS X appears.

  • Click on Continue and proceed the next question also with Continue. Now insert your credentials (username with the @eva.mpg.de extension) and finish with Install.

  • Go to the Wi-Fi status icon on your menu bar or open the "system preferences" got to "network" and select "eduroam" as wireless network.

  • That's it, you are connected.

 

 

Configure WLAN "eduroam" - Linux Network Manager

  • Go to the network status icon on your menu bar and select Connect to Hidden Wi-Fi Network.



  • Wi-Fi network configuration window appears



Configure WLAN "eduroam" - Android

  • Please download the root certificate (Deutsche Telekom Root CA 2) from https://www.pki.dfn.de/root/globalroot first.
  • Select under Formate - Binärformat with file extension .crt .



  • A box should automatically pop up asking you to name the certificate. If this happens, name the certificate Deutsche_Telekom_Root_CA_2. And if asked to specify the ‘Credential use’, choose Wi-Fi.
  • If you do not see the pop-up box, click on the certificate in your Downloads or by going to Settings > Security > Install from device storage/SD card and the box (see image below) should appear, allowing you to name the certificate.

  • Note: If this is the first time you are setting up a wireless network on your device, you may be asked to ‘set a password for credential storage’. This is a local password you set on your phone and is not related to your MPI EVA password. If you previously set a credential storage password and cannot remember it, repeatedly enter the wrong password, ignoring any warning messages (you will not lose any data). It will then ask you to set a new password and you can carry on with the eduroam setup.
  • Navigate to the Wi-Fi settings window: Settings > Wireless Controls > Wi-Fi Settings.



  • Choose Wi-Fi network eduroam

                   

  • Select for EAP-Method: PEAP and for Phase 2 Authentication: MSCHAPV2
  • Choose the root certificate Deutsche Telekom Root CA 2 under CA certificate you've downloaded before.


  • Insert your Username (username@eva.mpg.de) and password.
    Under Anonymous identity insert: anonymous@eva.mpg.de



  • After that press Connect and you are connected.

Configure WLAN "eduroam" - iPhone/iPad

  • First download the configuration profile direct on your iPhone/iPad from here. Or ask your IT-Admin to send you the file in an email.
  • Open the file and the profile install dialog appears.

  • Click on Install. When your iPhone/iPad is locked by an passcode you have to insert them now.
  • Ignore the warning and click Install. Confirm again with Install.

  • Now insert your credentials. Enter your username with like YOUR_USERNAME@eva.mpg.de.

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  • Finish with Done.

  • Go to the Wi-Fi settings in the Settings-app and select eduroam as wireless network.

  • That's it, you are connected.