Connection Guide for Google Android

Connection Guide for Google Android
Connection Guide for
Google Android
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Getting Started
The Janet Roaming Service (JRS) at University College London is advertised via the
eduroam wireless network and secured using IEEE 802.1x/ EAP-PEAP authentication.
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SSID
Encryption Cipher
Authentication Method
eduroam
WPA2 Enterprise/ AES
IEEE 802.1x
Authentication Protocol
EAP-PEAP (Extensible Authentication Protocol –
Protected EAP)
Requirements
The following is required to connect to the eduroam service at UCL.
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
A UCL User ID and password.

A
certified Wireless Network Connection adapter. The Wi-Fi Alliance can be used
to check to see if your product is certified.
Configuring eduroam
These instructions refer to Google Android 7.1.2 (Nougat) on a Google Nexus Phone.
Instructions for other variants and devices may differ.
1. From the home screen go to the Apps menu:
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2. Find and tap on the Settings application to start it (you may have to swipe several pages
to the right to find it):
3. In the Wireless & networks section at the top, tap Wi-Fi:
4. The Wi-Fi screen will hope and display a list of available networks. Tap eduroam:
eduroam – Google Android User Guide
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5. You will be prompted to sign in to the wireless network. Enter your credentials as shown
below and tap Connect when complete - note that you may need to scroll down in the box
to see the later options:
eduroam – Google Android User Guide
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6. You should now be connected to the eduroam network and this confirmed by the WiFi
configuration menu:
eduroam – Google Android User Guide
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eduroam – Google Android User Guide
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