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How do I connect to eduroam on Mac OS X 10.9 or later?

For other systems go to: Eduroam Landing Page

Answer

  1. Select eduroam as the wireless network of your computer.
    Select wireless network
  2. You will be prompted for a username and password. Enter the full email address of your school. MIT users should enter their Kerberos username with "@mit.edu" at the end:
    Enter username and password
  3. In certain cases, these situations may arise:
    • If your Macintosh has not yet encountered the certificate that encrypts the connection, it may show a window allowing you to examine the certificate.
      Certificate details are at at Eduroam Certificate Fingerprints.
      Press Continue to go on.
      Verify certificate
    • Your Mac will ask for your Mac password in order to trust the MIT eduroam certificate. Enter your Mac password. Click Update Settings.
      Trust settings
  4. Your school username and school password will be sent to your school for verification. If they work, your computer will successfully connect to eduroam.

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September 28, 2016

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