Connecting to eduroam

Issue / Question
Instructions and guidelines for connecting to eduroam
  • How do I connect to eduroam?
  • Does ISU own eduroam?
  • What is eduroam?
  • Platform
    • eduroam
  • Audience Affected
    • Students
    • Staff 
    • Faculty
About eduroam
  • The eduroam logo is a registered trademark of the GÉANT Association. Idaho State University is independent of GÉANT.
  • eduroam (education roaming) is a worldwide wireless network developed for the global research and education community.
  • eduroam allows students, researchers, and staff at ISU to use their normal ISU usernames and passwords to connect to the eduroam network while visiting any participating institution.
  • No inconvenient reregistration or time-outs.
  • With hundreds of thousands of wireless access points sharing a common SSID, eduroam is one large, worldwide wireless hotspot.
  • eduroam is designed for any institution member participating in the eduroam initiative. ISU is a proud member of eduroam.
  • Check the Wireless FAQs page to learn more about campus wireless.
All Devices:
  1. Connect to the eduroam SSID
  2. Type your BengalWeb username with "" added to the end of it
  3. Type your BengalWeb password
  4. Accept the Certificate
  5. Access is either granted or denied based upon your login credentials
Eduroam Pages

Please call (208) 282-HELP(4357) or chat with the IT Service Desk for assistance.


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