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i: EDUcational ROAMing



Welcome on the University of Defence EDUROAM pages.

The EDUROAM word stands for EDUcational ROAMing, and is also used as a name of a global project that enables the user from an educational organization to connect to the Internet through the (in most cases WiFi) network infrastructure of participating organizations, using authorization credentials issued by user's home organization. The user is thus enabled to 'roam' among different organizations, possibly without the need to change anything in the configuration of his(her) device - similarly to roaming with a mobile phone.

These pages are to be prepared, so stay tuned. In the meantime, here are the basic informations about how you can connect:

  • the access requires use of personal authorization credentials issued by your home educational organization (school, university, etc.), that participates in the EDUROAM project.
    The credentials consist of password and so-called "identity", composed of your login, followed by a "@domain", where the "domain" part is the internet domain of the organization that has assigned these credentials to your person.
  • the place you currently reside in must be covered by an EDUROAM infrastructure (typically the browsing for wireless networks in your computer must yield a network with ESSID "eduroam").

To find out EDUROAM coverage as well as a list of organizations in the Czech Republic that participate in the EDUROAM project, please look at these pages.
The coverage of University of Defence infrastructure in the list of covered locations below the map is denoted with label "UNOB".

To configure your device safely, we suggest you do it by using eduroam CAT automatic installer. The prerequisite for this is that you first have to _somehow_ download it to your device: if you have a PC, then you should do the bootstrapping by temporarily connecting to an Internet via different means (such as via wifi in an cofee shop, or wired ethernet connection, or even manually temporarilly - insecure! - configuring your eduroam connection, if you are in reach), or using your data connection (in case of mobile devices). Once this condition is satisfied, the process is really simple: in case you use a PC or laptop, all you need is to download the installer from the In case of a mobile device, you need to download the eduroam CAT installer app by visiting the Google Play store (in case of Android-based devices), or download it by visiting pages via your Safari browser (in case of Apple devices). Once you have downloaded the app, you'll need to run it and follow its instructions.

The caveats while using eduroam CAT we've observed so far are these: before proceeding, it will 1) request activating screen locker (unless you already have it active - by using gesture or password - doesnt matter), and 2) request you first remove the prior (manually configured) eduroam profile, should it find one.

ONLY in the case you cannot use eduroam CAT tool, you may attempt (NOT RECOMMENDED AT ALL - THIS IS NOT SECURE!!!) to configure your device manually using the following instructions. The basic configuration items required (for successfully configuring your internet access through the University of Defence eduroam infrastructure) are:

  • strong>login@domain + password (Univ. of Defence-originating identities will have
      domain part equal to "")
  • access using wifi connection in the 2.4GHz and 5GHz ISM bands (for details please see the eduroam marks in the coverage map on​
  • ESSID: eduroam
  • authentication mode: 802.1X (in Windows "WPA2-Enterprise")
  • encapsulation protocol: PEAPv0
  • authentication protocol: MSCHAPv2
  • root certificate (for verifying authenticity of the RADIUS servers): Digicert Assured ID Root CA
  • RADIUS server name:

For configuration of your computer or mobile device, you may try to follow the instructions the instructions here (under the tab "EDUROAM"). Note that these instructions originate from another university, so please pay attention to:

  • disregard all references to VŠB TUO (Technical University of Ostrava) information system resources unless you have your identity assigned by that university
  • use your own identity (such as "") + password
  • use the name of the abovementioned RADIUS server instead of the server names given in the instructions. Its use is not mandatory (but improves security), so you can leave the respective fields blank, but by all means, be sure to (in Windows) check the option "Do not prompt user to authorize new servers or trusted certification authorities"! If you observe that your Windows successfully authenticates only when that option is unchecked, then you need to upgrade to latest bugfixes to stay on a safe side.

Please note that by using the EDUROAM connection at University of Defence you are legally bound to comply with the laws of Czech Republic, the Access Policy and Acceptable User Policy (AUP) of the CESNET Large infrastructure, as well as the Acceptable User Policy of the organization you have received your authorization credentials from.

The author of this temporary page would like to express his sincere thanks to the IT staff at VŠB TUO for the permission to use references to their instructions on these pages.

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