Wireless network for Android
This is a short guide on how to connect to the wireless network eduroam on Android devices. This guide also applies to Chromebooks, which is based on the Android system.
Norsk versjon: Trådløst nett på Android.
Step by step #
- Go to Settings
- Select Wireless Networks.
- Turn on Wi-Fi and select eduroam from the list of available networks.
Then a new window should appear and you may enter your credentials as indicated below:
Please note that Identity should be entered on the format email@example.com. This applies for both students and employees.
PEAP should be selected as EAP method.
MSCHAPV2 should be selected as Phase 2 authentication, otherwise leave blank.
The field CA certificate could in some cases be left blank, otherwise select Do not validate. Warnings regarding this can safely be ignored.
Your Android device should now automatically connect to eduroam when in reach.
Alternative method: Eduroam CAT #
- Connect to the network ntnuguest
- Download the app eduroam CAT
- Open the app and choose "Norges Teknisk-Naturvitenskapelige Universitet" under
nearby configs by pressing the NTNU logo
- If prompted, give the app access to your memory card
- Choose Install
- Type in your username and password. NOTE: The username must be
on the following format: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Press install, after a few seconds you will be automatically connected to Eduroam
- Remove/forget the network ntnuguest and delete the app eduroam CAT
See also #
- Wireless network
- Wireless network for visitors
- Email for Android
- Email on Android for Employees (Android 4)
Orakel Support Services can help if you encounter difficulties.