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   Connecting to eduroam is only necessary when off campus at another institution. When on campus,
   connect to the RMIT-University wifi network.
   1. Click on the wifi icon  MacWifiIcon.jpg and select the eduroam network to connect

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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 Join.

 

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Once you click Join, the wireless icon should turn black and you should now have a working internet connection.

 

NOTE: If you have connected to eduroam on your Mac before, you may have the deprecated eduroam profile, which you will need to remove first. The following instructions explain how to do this:

 

1. Open System Preferences (/Applications/System Preferences)

2. Select Profiles

 

 

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  1. Select Eduroam from the list of User Profiles, and then click on the minus sign sign at the bottom-left.

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  1. Click on the wifi icon  MacWifiIcon.jpg and select the eduroam network to connect.
  2. When prompted, enter your student/staff ID in the format sXXXXXXX/eXXXXX@rmit.edu.au along with your RMIT password and click Join.



 

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