Eduroam is a secure, worldwide service that allows students, researchers, and staff from other institutions that also use eduroam to connect to the network by supplying the login credentials of their home organization. Or to put it another way, once you have set up your device to connect to the Eduroam network on the Stanford campus, you can then log onto any Eduroam network worldwide, using your Stanford credentials. The Eduroam network/SSID is available throughout the Stanford campus.
Note: In order to use Eduroam at other campuses, you must first set it up on the Stanford campus network.
LOGGING ONTO EDUROAM
- Select the SSID eduroam from your device's list of available wireless networks.
- Enter your username at the prompt, in the format <SUNetID>@stanford.edu.
- Enter your SUNet password in the password box.
- Accept the eduroam certificate and authenticate your device, if prompted.
After you configure a device for eduroam on campus, the SSID should allow you to connect anywhere on earth where it's supported!
Android (eduroam is not supported on Android 11 devices)
Applications > Settings > Wireless and Network > Wi-Fi Settings > Turn on Wi-Fi > Scan for networks
eap method: Peap
Phase2 authentication: MSChapV2
CA Certificate: Not Apply
User Certificate: Unspecified
Anonymous identity: (leave blank)
Password: [SUNet password]
- Find instructions on this here
Related: How do I connect to Eduroam: Linux