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Created 28/05/19 Jisc offers customers who have a serious interest in the service the opportunity to evaluation the eVA portal and to try out the service in order to confirm that it meets needs before subscribing. The free trial will provide access to the full functionality of the service, but is offered subject to a number of restrictions as set out below.
Released: 15th April 2019
Released: 24th October 2017 This advisory is relevant to all eduroam(UK) Home (IdP) and Visited (SP)  service organisations. It’s aim is to bring to the attention of our community the vulnerability of WPA2 to Key Reinstallation Attacks (KRACK) and describes the position of together with recommend actions to be taken.
What is eVA eduroam Visitor Access is a managed IdP 'cloud' service for the creation of eduroam accounts for visitors. It allows the organisation to gain even more value from its existing eduroam infrastructure and since visitor access account creation is delegated to the staff needing to perform this function allows central IT team/facilities administration to concentrate on their core activities. eVA means you can avoid needing to add and delete guest accounts in the organisation user directory.
Updated: 28/05/19 Quotations For the contract year to 31st July 2019 the formula for preparing quotations is: [Number of complete months from start date (always the 1st of the month) to July 31st 2019] x £250 plus £300 setup fee Renewal of subscription for 1st August 2019 - 31st July 2020 is £3,000 Current pricing for the contract year 1st August 2019 - 31st July 2020 is:
Pre-subscription pre-requisites - SSO Access Management Group (UKAMf requirements) Attribute release to eVA SP pre-requisities: Guidance for UK Federation IdP Operators Setting up eVA users - the organisation's eVA Administrator
Introduction to eVA eVA evaluation trials eVA manuals for Administrators and Portal users eVA pre-Sales Information
This advisory is relevant to all eduroam(UK) Home (IdP) and Visited (SP) service organisations. It describes the measure being implemented by eduroam(UK) to ensure that the Operator-Name attribute is included in all authentication requests that are received by Home organisations - thereby making troubleshooting and security response investigations easier. The measure involves injecting the O-N into authentication requests sent to the NRPS from Visited member sites where O-N is not already inserted by the Visited site. No action is required.
If you've been following the Implementation Roadmap you'll have seen the links to the material in the eduroam Group area! - otherwise: FreeRADIUS Best Current Practice Configuration FreeRADIUS Packet Handling - examining the flow
Document created - 16/08/2016 Last updated - 13/06/2019 Essentially the key steps involved in adopting eduroam are as below. We suggest you read through these and once you are confident that your organisation can implement the service and you wish to proceed, complete the application form via - this also sets out the rules of membership.