Ahutch0
Moderator

   Connecting to eduroam is only necessary when off campus at another institution. When on campus, connect to the
   RMIT-University wifi network.

 

   1. Click the wifi icon and select eduroam from list of available networks > Connect

       win 10-eduroam-1.jpg

 

   2. When prompted, enter your student/staff ID in the format sXXXXXXX@rmit.edu.au/eXXXXX@rmit.edu.au along with your 
       RMIT password and click Connect

   3. If prompted with the following certificate pop-up, select Connect once again to continue

       win10-eduroam-2.png

      

Comments
haysey70
New Contributor

Any guides on how to this with Mac OS X El Capitan?

Ahutch0
Moderator

Hi @haysey70

 

You can find the eduroam setup guide for MacOS 10.7+ here:
https://community.its.rmit.edu.au/t5/IT-Knowledge-Base/Connect-to-Eduroam-using-Mac-OS/ba-p/549

 

Regards,
Adam

Woo
New Visitor
What about windows 8?
Ahutch0
Moderator

 Hi @Woo

 

You should be able to search for Network and Sharing Centre on your Windows 8 device and follow the same setup steps.

Also, you should test and confirm eduroam connects when on a RMIT campus before attempting to use it at another institution.

 

Regards,

Adam

LaiLimChan
Occasional Contributor

Hi, a year I tried this method to no avali, instead I used the windows 7 method and installed the secureW2 program, which works with occasional DNS problems, can I confirm this program-less method works now?