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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
  • ChooseT-TeleSec GlobalRoot Class 2 under Trusted Root Certification Authorities (if the Root Certificate T-TeleSec GlobalRoot Class 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 eduroam

  • 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 (USERNAME@eva.mpg.de) and you are connected.

Configure WLAN "eduroam" - Windows 10

  • First you have to install the Root Certificate TeleSec GlobalRoot Class 2. Download from here.
  • Install it with double-click and follow the instructions below.


     
  • Choose Current User and the Automatically select the certifcate store based on the type of certificate.

  • After installing the certificate you have to activate the new WI-FI profile. First download it here and save it directly on "C:\" or ask your department's IT-Staff to send the profile via email.
  • Now press Windows-Key+R and type in cmd
  • Now press Ctrl+Shift+Enter and answer with yes to open an administrative Command Prompt
  • Insert the following command to install the eduroam Wi-Fi profile:

    netsh wlan add profile filename="C:\WiFi-eduroam-MPIEVA.xml"
     
  • Close the Command Prompt and delete the Wi-Fi profile file.
  • 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 (USERNAME@eva.mpg.de) and you are connected.

Configure WLAN "eduroam" - Mac OS X

  • First download the Wi-Fi configuration profile for Mac OS X here or ask your department's IT-Staff to send the profile via email.
  • Double-click on downloaded file eduroam2019_mpi_eva_profile.config and the system settings Profiler of Mac OS X appears.

  • Click on Continue and proceed the next question also with Continue. Now insert your credentials (USERNAME@eva.mpg.de) 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 (right upper side) and select under Wi-Fi the tab Wi-Fi Settings.


     
  • an overview of available Wi-Fi networks appears.
  • select eduroam or the small gear to setup.


     
  • Select WPA & WPA2 Enterprise within Wi-Fi security and for Authentication select Tunneled TLS
  • For Anonyomous identity type eduroam@eva.mpg.de
  • Download root certificate  T-TeleSec GlobalRoot Class 2 and select file under CA certificate
  • Insert your credentials (USERNAME@eva.mpg.de and your password) and finishing with Connect


     
  • That's it, you are connected.

Configure WLAN "eduroam" - Android

  • First download the root certificate  T-TeleSec Global Root Class 2 from here.
  • Open Files or Filemanager on your Android phone/tablet and select the downloaded certificate
  • Insert as Certificate NameT-TeleSec Global Root Class 2 and choose under Credential use Wi-Fi
        
  • The new root certificate is now installed
  • Navigate to the Wi-Fi settings on your Android phone/tablet: Settings App > Wireless Controls > Wi-Fi Settings.
        
     
  • Choose Wi-Fi network eduroam


     
  • Now you have to configure access to the Wi-Fi network.
     
  • Select EAP-MethodPEAP and for Phase 2 authenticationMSCHAPv2.



                   
  • Now select under CA certificate the previously installed T-TeleSec GlobalRoot Class 2 and insert under Domaineva.mpg.de
     
  • Insert your Username (USERNAME@eva.mpg.de) and password. Under Anonymous identity insert: eduroam@eva.mpg.de
     
  • Press Save and you are connected.

Configure WLAN "eduroam" - iPhone/iPad

  • First download the configuration profile direct on your iPhone/iPad from here or ask your department's IT-Staff to send the profile via email.
     
  • After you download the profile, you’ll see the message "Profile Downloaded". To install the profile open the Settings app. Tap on Profile Downloaded
     
  • Tap on profile and on Install


     
  • Sometimes you'll need to confirm the installation with your passcode.
     
  • Ignore the warning and click Install. Confirm again with Install.


     
  • Now insert your credentials (USERNAME@eva.mpg.de) and password.

      
       
  • Finish with Done.


     
  • Go to Wi-Fi settings in the Settings app and select eduroam as wireless network.
  • That's it, you are connected.