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Minnesota State University, Mankato
Minnesota State University, Mankato

eduroam

Page address: https://www.mnsu.edu/eduroam/


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About eduroam

New summer 2018 - eduroam is a new WiFi network that replaces MavNet and MavNet-Encrypted. Using the eduroam network will simplify WiFi configuration, and then allow your device to use eduroam WiFi at any participating college or university worldwide.

Installation and Setup/Configuration On Your Device

NOTE: for your eduroam username, use: StarID@campus.mnsu.edu

Download eduoram CAT (configuration automation tool) to automatically configure eduroam

  1. Forget or delete any listed eduroam network on your device.
  2. Connect to the eduroam-setup wireless network.
  3.  Visit cat.eduroam.org
  4. Click on the large blue button: "eduroam user: download your eduroam installer".
  5. Select Minnesota State University, Mankato from the pop-up list of home institutions.
  6. Click the download button on your device and OS
  7. When prompted, enter your FULL MSU username:   starid@campus.mnsu.edu and your StarID password.. Select Install or Continue.

Step By Step Instructions:

If you need additional help, for setup or use, please contact IT Solutions.

After Installation and Setup

You only need to do this installation and configuration step once. Once setup, eduroam will automatically connect to WiFi at any eduroam-participating colleges and universities throughout the world including Minnesota State University, Mankato.

When your StarID password is changed, you will need to change the password on your eduroam device as well. Either you will be prompted to reenter your password, or you can download and run the CAT tool again.

About eduroam

From Wikipedia eduroam: eduroam (education roaming) is an international roaming service for users in research, higher education and further education. It provides researchers, teachers, and students easy and secure network access when visiting an institution other than their own. Authentication of users is performed by their home institution, using the same credentials as when they access the network locally, while authorization to access the Internet and possibly other resources is handled by the visited institution. Users do not have to pay for using eduroam.

US Institutions Participating

There are 589 locations in the US [2018-07-12]: US Institution Map, US Institution List