Eduroam is a service available in most universities, FE colleges and research organisations in the UK, and in many other countries. It is provided in all University of Wolverhampton wireless hotspots.
For staff and students of this University you can use eduroam here to get secure, encrypted wireless access to the Internet. At another particpating organisation you can use your University username and password to get Internet access using their wireless network. The level of network access a visitor has is set by the host institution and may vary from one institution to the next, but most Internet services available at Wolverhampton should be provided. More information about the eduroam service can be found at the JANETeduroam site.
See the eduroam setup page for information about this.
The University provides a Tier 2 wireless service using the SSID eduroam. Both WPA and WPA2 are available; WEP is not available. We do not use NAT (address translation) on this service - any address you get will be a public IPv4 one (we do not offer IPv6). We block a few outgoing ports:
We do not block any incoming ports. Please ensure you have an appropriate firewall.
Anyone using eduroam must comply with the JANET eduroam Policy and with the Conditions of Use in force at the visited institution. Where the policies and regulations differ the most restrictive applies.
All support queries should be directed to your home institution. University staff and students should therefore contact the IT Service Desk on 01902 322000.