Eduroam stands for EDUcation ROAMing. It allows UC staff and postgraduate students to use the eduroam network on the UC campus as well as login to eduroam at other participating institutions using their IT account. It also allows users from other participating academic institutions to connect to UC wireless using their authentication credentials from their own institution.
When connecting to eduroam, you will need to add "@canterbury.ac.nz" to the end your user name. For example email@example.com.
If you cannot connect automatically to eduroam, use the the following setttings to manually configure your wireless connection.
|Security method||WPA2 Enterprise|
|EAP type & authentication
EAP-TTLS with PAP (preferred)
|Trusted certificate||Thawte Primary Root CA (root)
and Server Certification Authority (intermediate)
|Login||UC username appended with @canterbury.ac.nz
For example, firstname.lastname@example.org
Authentication information and traffic is recorded by IT Services and your home organisation in case of network abuse and for statistical purposes. For more information on the use of eduroam, including links to where it is available, visit the Australasian eduroam website.
The use of eduroam is governed by the New Zealand Eduroam Policy and the University of Canterbury Computer Use Policy. For visitors to UC the Acceptable Use Policy of your home institution also applies.