Cambridge Regional College is a member of eduroam (UK), a member of the international eduroam service.

 

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This enables a visitor from any participating educational establishment to gain Wifi access at CRC, but also means that CRC students will be able to get wifi access at any other participating establishments around the world. Students just need to use the same username and passwords as they would use at CRC.

At Cambridge Regional College eduroam is used as the wireless access for all staff and students home devices.

Information for visitors to Cambridge Regional College Huntingdon Campus from other institutions

Visitors bringing laptops or mobile devices that are already set up for eduroam at their home universities and colleges, are welcome to connect to the eduroam network at Cambridge Regional College.

Authenticating to eduroam

When you connect to eduroam at CRC, you will be asked to authenticate in the same way as at your home institution with the following details:

Username@domain

Your username is the username provided by your institution.

Password

Should be the same as the password you use to access services at your home institution.

Device User Guides

In the below guides, we refer to the username for CRC staff and students as their email address, as this is the same as their username. If you are connecting to eduroam at Cambridge Regional College from another institution, please use your username that you use in your home institution.

Staff email addresses at Cambridge Regional College Huntingdon Campus – firstnamesurname@camre.ac.uk
Student email addresses at Cambridge Regional College Huntingdon Campus – studentidnumber@camre.ac.uk

You should only need to configure these settings once for each of your devices you wish to connect.

Google Chromebook

1) Click on the wireless icon in the bottom right and click eduroam

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2) Enter the following settings:

EAP Method:PEAP
Phase 2 authentication:MSCHAPv2
Server CA Certificate:Default
Identity:College Email Address
Password:College Password

Check Save identity and password and click connect. You are now connected to eduroam.

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Android

The following settings were configured Android 5.0.2

1) Click on eduroam from Wi-Fi under Settings

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2) Enter the following settings:

EAP Method:PEAP
Phase 2 authentication:MSCHAPv2
Server CA Certificate:Default
Identity:College Email Address
Password:College Password

Click connect and you are now connected to eduroam.

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Mac OSX

The following settings were configured in Yosemite 10.0.4

1) On your Mac OSX device, click on the wireless icon and choose eduroam

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2) Enter your college email address and password. Click Remember this network and then click Join.

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3) You will then be asked to install and trust the certificate. Click Always trust “eduroam.huntingdon.ac.uk”. The click Continue.

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4) Because you are making changes to your local Mac, you will need to enter your Mac OSX admin username and password. You will then be connected to eduroam.

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iPad/ iPhone

The following settings were configured in IOS 8.3

1) Click Settings > Wi-Fi and click on eduroam

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2) Enter your college email address and password

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3) When you get the certificate prompt below, click trust in the top right

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4) You will now be connected to Eduroam

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Windows 7

1) Click on the Wi-Fi icon and click Open Network and Sharing Center

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2) Click Manage wireless networks

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3) Click Manually create a network profile

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4) Enter eduroam for the Network Name

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5) On the next screen, click Change connection settings

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6) Click the security tab and click Settings

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7) Click Connect to these servers and type eduroam.huntingdon.ac.uk. Under Trusted root Certification Authorities, select all that start with QuoVadis. Click do not prompt user to authorize new servers or trusted root certification authorities. Then click Configure…

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8) Uncheck Automatically use my Windows Logon name and password

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9) You should now get the below pop up box on your desktop, click the box

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10) Enter your college email address and password

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11) Once connected, select public network from the list. You are now connected to eduroam

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Windows 8.1

Coming soon

Windows 10

Coming soon

Windows Phone 8.1

1) Under Wi-Fi connect to eduroam

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2) Connect using username and password

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3) Enter your username and password and select PEAP MSCHAPv2 and click done.

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4) Accept the certificate for eduroam and you will now be connected

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Linux – Ubuntu

The below was configured on Ubuntu 10.04

1) Under Wi-Fi connect to eduroam

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2) Enter the following information

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Wireless Security: WPA/WPA2 Enterprise
Authentication: Protected EAP (PEAP)

CA Certificate: Click on the folder icon which will open a file browser –

– Click File System in the Places column
– Double-click on etc in the right hand column
– Scroll down and double-click on ssl in the right hand column
– Double-click on certs in the right hand column
– Double-click on QuoVadis_Root.pem

PEAP version: Automatic
Inner Authentication: MSCHAPv2
Username: College email address
Password: College password

Click connect to connect to eduroam