Library items tagged: eduroam

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PB/INFO/067 (05/07) Security was a major requirement in the design of eduroam, to ensure that organisations that provide visitor facilities, and the guests who make use of them, are not exposed to additional risks outside their control. eduroam should present fewer risks than the existing ad hoc arrangements for guest users. This factsheet explains the security measures within eduroam and how organisations can use them to protect their own security.
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SU1X User Guide There are two stages to using SU1X, first the configuration details need to be captured and the application customized for the users site. The second stage is the distribution and use by clients and a setup utility. Below both phases are described in detail. Configuration of the Utility Download SU1X First download the latest version of SU1X from sourceforge. The zip file should contain a bin folder with the relevant configuration files and executables and also a source folder.
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Project Initiation Document _____________________________________________________________ Project Code                                   : ‘JRS-single-primary-SSID-xx’ Project Title                                    : Single Primary eduroam SSID Author                                            : xxxx Date                                      : xx/xx/xxxx Authorised By                                 : xxxx
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 JAMES J.J. HOOPER Introduction Configuring eduroam clients – the issues Configuring eduroam clients – the options The eduroam configuration experience at Bristol Outstanding considerations Summary Introduction
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Unable to associate with wireless eduroam network
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Your own organisation should be able to provide this information. Check details of your own organisation at the eduroam site finder map. See also the eduroam user guide.
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For full details of the eduroam service available at a particular organisation overseas you need to visit the web site of the organisation. Click on the relevant link below and from the country name on the map (Europe) or the list of NRENs below the map (Asia-Pacific), navigate to the national NREN eduroam site and from thence to their maps and links to the places you plan to visit. In the case of Canada, the link takes to you the Canadian eduroam map page - follow 'eduroam at xxx' links from the lollipops to take you directly to the institutions' web sites.