Sometimes devices have issues with the eduroam setup tool for various reasons. In this instance, or if your device isn’t one of the setup tool’s supported devices you can use the information below to get connected to the eduroam network.
The exact information will vary from device to device but the following settings should allow you to connect. Note that not all the settings below will be required for every device. More settings are given in order to try and cover as many different device types as possible.
Network name/SSID: eduroam
Security type: WPA2 Enterprise
Encryption: AES EAP
Type: PEAP Phase 2
Identity/Username: staff/student ID @cardiffmet.ac.uk (eg. email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org)
Password: your Cardiff Met network password
Realm/Domain: leave blank
Outer identity: leave blank
Fast reconnect: Yes
Server SAN: empty
Verify Server Certificate: Yes
Global Root Certificate: Pfence HA
CA Certificate to install: PFenceHACA.der
NB. Some older Android devices fail to download the above certificate. If this is the case you may need to arrange to get the certificate onto your device’s SD card and install the certificate from there.
If you have any difficulty then please contact the IT Helpdesk on extension 7000, or by emailing email@example.com. IT Advisors are also available at the Technology Support Desk in the Learning Centres to help you with any difficulties.