Configure wireless network Ubuntu (eduroam)

CONNECTING WIRELESS TO EDUROAM

INTRODUCTION

This manual describes how you, or one of your guests, can get connected to the wireless network eduroam of the University of Twente. This wireless network covers the entire university campus and offers you all the facilities that are also available via the wired network.

BEFORE YOU BEGIN:

•You will need your own ICT-account or a temporary ICT-account for your guest if you want to use this manual. You can request a temporary account via EVA (EVA – eduroam visitor accounts)..

•Make sure WLAN is turned on.

•Working through this manual you will find that you will have to perform certain actions. These actions are described following a fixed notation: references to texts and buttons on screens are in italics, information that you will have to provide are in bold.

Step 1: Wireless network settings

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Open the list of wireless networks on the upper right corner of your screen

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Click on eduroam

eduroam

Step 2: Wireless network configuration

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Fill in the following information: (see the screenshot below)

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Wireless security: WPA & WPA2 Enterprise

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Authentication : Tunnelled TLS

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Anonymous identity: your m-number or t-number followed by @utwente.nl

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Inner authentication: PAP

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Username: your m-number or t-number followed by @utwente.nl

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Password: your password

ubuntu_2_eduroam

BEWARE: don’t click on Connect

Step 3: select a certificate

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Click at CA certificate on none

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Click left on File System

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Then click successively click on etc ssl certs (see the black circle in the screenshot below)

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Click on AddTrust External Root.pem

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Click on Open

Step 4: Connecting to the network

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Click on Connect

A connection to eduroam will be made.

SERVICE DESCRIPTION