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eduroam [2014/12/11 13:54]
costesbn [access]
eduroam [2014/12/22 13:46]
costesbn Add Android
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 ==== access ==== ==== access ====
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 +The WiFi SSID for using the eduroam authentication is called "​eduroam"​. To get access:
  
   * For members of other eduroam member institutions visiting HITS:   * For members of other eduroam member institutions visiting HITS:
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   * For HITSters:   * For HITSters:
-    * you can use the automated installer - head over to https://​edit.dfn.de,​ search for HITS and follow the instructions 
     * you can perform a manual installation based on the following operating system dependent instructions:​     * you can perform a manual installation based on the following operating system dependent instructions:​
-      * Windows 8 +      * [[eduroam_windows8|Windows 8]] 
-      * Windows 7 +      * [[eduroam_windows7|Windows 7]] 
-      * Linux +      * [[eduroam_linux|Linux]] 
-      * MacOS 10.10 (Yosemite) +      * [[eduroam_macos10|MacOS X]] 
-      * Android 4.x+      * [[eduroam_android4|Android 4.x]]
  
-In case of problems, please contact the ITS group.+If none of the above instructions help you or in case of problems, please contact the ITS group.
  
 ==== known problems ==== ==== known problems ====
  
-As HITS has a domain name (h-its.org) which is not part of the normal German domain hierarchy (.de), the other member institutions have to implement the so-called [[https://​wiki.terena.org/​display/​H2eduroam/​DNS-NAPTR|Dynamic Discovery]] in order to properly route the authentication requests for HITSters - this is known to work in most European institutions. If Dynamic Discovery is not implemented at the visiting ​institution,​ it is not possible to reach the HITS authentication server, the authentication requests will remain unanswered, and therefore the access to the eduroam network to be rejected. Unfortunately this is a decision made at the visiting ​institution and there is nothing that can be done about it elsewhere.+As HITS has a domain name (h-its.org) which is not part of the normal German domain hierarchy (.de), the other member institutions have to implement the so-called [[https://​wiki.terena.org/​display/​H2eduroam/​DNS-NAPTR|Dynamic Discovery]] in order to properly route the authentication requests for HITSters - this is known to work in most European institutions. If Dynamic Discovery is not implemented at the visited ​institution,​ it is not possible to reach the HITS authentication server, the authentication requests will remain unanswered, and therefore the access to the eduroam network to be rejected. Unfortunately this is a decision made at the visited ​institution and there is nothing that can be done about it elsewhere.
  
  
eduroam.txt · Last modified: 2014/12/22 13:46 by costesbn