You should configure and test eduroam while being on site at the Ulm University.
Eduroam – education roaming - is an international initiative to provide broadly covered internet in educational institutions. Members of Ulm University receive internet access at all participating institutions after a one-time configuration.
Most devices can be configured automatically with the Configuration Assistant Tool. It is provided by the European network GÉANT and configures Eduroam with the optimal security settings:
Due to a bug in iOS 14.x, it is currently possible that the profile offered here is not usable on devices running this operating system version. If you are not asked for username and password after installation when trying to connect to eduroam, you are affected by this bug. Here you can find instructions on how to fix this installation problem. Alternatively, welcome can be used, but please note that the network is unencrypted.
- Delete an existing iOS-Eduroam profile before you install the new profile!
- To download the profile on iOS, Safari must be used.
- For the Eduroam configuration the Uni-Ulm email address must be entered as user name (e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org)! The abbreviation (such as ‘abc10’) is not sufficient.
- For Android, the "eduroam CAT" app or the "geteduroam" app must be installed before downloading the profile (depending on the Android version). Please refer to the corresponding notes or links in the Configuration Assistant tool.
- If you let your phone auto-fill your credentials, make sure there is no extra space added after the email address.
If you have problems or questions, you can also visit us at the IT consulting hours.
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