Eduroam at TSSG


 

Background information:

Eduroam (Educational Roaming) is an implementation of an infrastructure which facilitates roaming educational users to gain Internet access at other member sites by authenticating against a server hosted at their own institution.

Network access at member sites is via 802.1X

Authentication is via a hierarchical network of Radius servers. A number of NREN’s maintain national Radius proxy servers (known as Federation Level Radius servers, or FLR) which relay authentication requests to and from their local member institutions’ Radius servers. These FLR’s, in turn, relay requests via the European top-level Radius servers.

 

Tips for TSSG staff :

 

TSSG Service Details :

Media:

  • Wirless 802.b/g
  • Wireline is available on request

SSID:

  • eduroam

Encryption:

  • 802.11i. WPA2/CCMP/AES is supported

Authentication:

  • 802.1x. Local users will be authenticated using EAP-TTLS-PAP

Platforms Supported at TSSG :

  • Windows XP SP3 or better
  • Microsoft Windows Vista
  • Apple Mac OS X v10.3 (Panther)
  • Apple Mac OS X v10.4 (Tiger)
  • Apple Mac OS X v10.5 (Leopard)
  • Apple Mac OS X v10.6 (Snow Leopard)
  • Apple iPhone, iPod touch: ( version 2)
  • Ubuntu desktop 9.04

Activate service:

A TSSG user will need to open a help desk ticket (helpdesk@tssg.org) requesting the eduroam service to be activated on their account. Once the service is activated you are free to login and roam.

Successful logon:

When a local or remote eduroam user successfully authenticates at the TSSG site from a TSSG access point the user will then receive an IP address via DHCP in the range 192.168.20.100-200/24.

Quick links

How to config eduroam clients (HEAnet example)

Sample configs for common operating systems