eduroam: WUSTLKey enabled secure network

eduroam (education roaming) is a wireless network that provides secure, WUSTL KEY-enabled access to the WUSTL community and sponsored affiliates at participating institutions around the world. Available in more than 60 countries, Eduroam is an ideal solution WUSTL students or faculty traveling overseas and within the United States.

Connecting to eduroam

While each device configuration is different, they all follow the same basic directions:

    1. Select the wireless network eduroam from the list of wireless networks.
    2. Select Connect (check Connect automatically if you’d like).
    3. Enter your WUSTL Key username with an after it.
      • For example, if your WUSTL Key is jemurray you would enter for the username.
    4. Enter your WUSTL Key password.
    5. You may be prompted to accept a certificate, select OK, Accept, Agree and AcceptContinue, or Ignore (it varies based on your device type).
      • If a window appears requesting additional settings, complete as such:
        • EAP Method: PEAP
        • Phase 2 Authentication: MSCHAPv2
        • Certificate: None or Unavailable
        • Anonymous: Leave blank
        • Username:
        • Password: Wustl Key password
      • Android users may need to select a CA certificate setting.  Choose Do not validate (or Not Required or None, depending on your system).  You may also need to specify your Phase 2 Authentication as MSCHAPv2.
    6. You are now connected to eduroam.
  • If you are unable to connect following these instructions, you may have to check your advanced settings, by following the instructions found here.
  • As a 3rd party service, there are times when the login might not work initially; trying again from a different location or an hour or two later typically works.
  • For a list of participating Eduroam institutions, check the Eduroam website.