eduroam (educational roaming) is an international collaboration between educational institutions from around the world.

eduroam allows students, researchers and staff to log in to wireless zones at other educational institutions. In practice you'll get online access to all eduroam zones by using your username and password from the university you belong to.

UiO users on other eduroam networks

You should be able to use the same eduroam profile that you use on UiO's wireless network in all other eduroam zones. If you have problems you may want to check the relevant institution's web pages for configuration instructions. An overview of institutions that support eduroam can be found on To log on other eduroam institutions' networks you must enter your UiO username in the form

eduroam guests on the UiO wireless network

By accessing the eduroam wireless network at UiO, visitors from institutions that support eduroam can connect to the Internet. The wireless network at UiO makes use of WPA2-AES encryption with PEAP, TTLS, or TLS. Visitors who use WPA1 (TKIP) only, will notbe able to use Eduroam at the UiO. All visitors are reminded to log in with their own username and password from their home institution. The username must be written in the form username@institution.domain.

Further information about eduroam as well as an overview of the institutions that support it, can be found at

Start using the Eduroam network

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Published May 18, 2011 10:28 AM - Last modified Jan. 15, 2015 9:46 PM