Eduroam is an international project to promote mobility and roaming in national research and education (NREN) networks Our school is connected to eduroam.
eduroam is an international project to promote mobility and roaming in national research and education (NREN) networks. In the Czech Republic, this project is under the umbrella of CESNET . Our school joined the project in 2019. This was another step towards improving the quality of the institution's study and prestige.
One account. Anywhere.
A registered subscriber can use this wireless network (wherever available) with a single user account. The account is administered by the home (founding) organization.
Using roaming is simple, a properly configured subscriber device connects automatically as soon as the eduroam network is available. Similarly to roaming connections to international networks of mobile operators. Hence the acronym: education roaming.
The service is free for all participants.
Activation of eduroam account
Eduroam uses a username consisting of two parts - the username itself and the realm. You will add the @ sign and realm zsvysluni.cz as the user name you are accustomed to from other school systems .
The whole form is therefore email@example.com.
Set up user devices to connect to eduroam
For a secure connection to eduroam it is not enough just enter the name and password. You must also set up a certificate check, the easiest way to do this is with eduroam CAT , see the documentation at eduroam.cz .
For manual setup, you'll need the following information:
eduroam is broadcast in all classrooms, corridors and changing rooms in the school building.
The operation of school pupils is filtered in accordance with the laws of the Czech Republic.
Visitors are not affected in any way except for outgoing SMTP traffic filtering (TCP / 25), use SMTPS (TCP / 465) or Submision (TCP / 587) services to send mail.
Users of our school can contact e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +420 572 805 502.
Visitors with an eduroam account should seek support primarily from their home institution, the one that provided the account.