Eduroam: Connecting to Wireless Internet at Carleton

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Carleton's primary wireless network is called eduroam. Once your device has been correctly configured and connected to Carleton's network, you will be able to connect to eduroam at any institution which has implemented it, including St Olaf, the University of Minnesota, and more. Unlike most home or public networks, you will need to run a program to configure eduroam on your device to guarantee a reliable and secure connection.

If you have any questions on the following information, please don't hesitate to contact the ITS Helpdesk via our support portal at go.carleton.edu/helpdesk.

Setting up eduroam on your computer and devices

IMPORTANT: It is possible to establish a temporary, improperly configured connection to eduroam by ignoring the configuration process. However, this will result in a less secure connection, inconsistent service on Carleton's campus, and it will not work on eduroam networks elsewhere. With that in mind, please take the time to configure your device properly as outlined below.

Instructions

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Article ID: 136843
Created
Fri 8/13/21 3:41 PM
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