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JISC APPROVED REGISTRAR TERMS AND CONDITIONS All users of Jisc’s Domain Registry service are required to comply with these terms and conditions and any applicable policies and technical requirements they may be notified of by Jisc. PART ONE – DEFINITIONS
eduroam IT Support Staff Troubleshooting Flowchart
This document is intended for the system administrators at member organisations and describes an implementation of a 'walled garden' network service that only gives access to setup tools to enable user devices to be correctly configured to run eduroam securely. The setup tools are the configuration installers produced using the eduroam CAT system, so administrators adopting this deployment will also need to learn how to use that.
About Jisc Jisc is the UK's digital lifelong learning and research agency. We operate critical shared digital infrastructure and services for all publicly funded universities, FE colleges and research facilities. In addition, we offer trusted advice and guidance on using technology to improve all aspects of the education and research ecosystem: from teaching and learning to student experience, research excellence and institutional efficiency.
Updated 20/07/2021 On this page:
November 2019 - 5/11/2019 This presentation provides an overview of how to deploy Govroam as a Visited-only service alongside an existing eduroam service at eduroam(UK) member sites. It was first presented by Matthew Slowe at the November 5th 2019 eduroam Online Clinic.
August 1st 2014 An article written by Simon Edwins of measeures he investigated to improve the performance and reliability of the organisation's RADIUS service to support eduroam - including adjusting the Max Concurrent Api setting:
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