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    New configuration of WiFi necessary ?

    You use eduroam? Have you already installed it via CAT?

    No?
    Then just set up eduroam again using the CAT tool.
    Delete the old eduroam and RZUWsec profiles beforehand (for instructions, see Delete profiles)

    Old configurations will not work after July 9, 2019 (certificate expires)

    Please use eduroam, which has been set up via the CAT tool.

    Since RZUWsec is now integrated in eduroam and will be off at the end of July, it will no longer be installed via the CAT tool.

     

    WiFi eduroam configuration

    Use eduroam® CAT (Configuration Assistant Tool) for setting up eduroam. The installer will automatically configure access to eduroam and in addition WiFi RZUWsec on your device. You only need an active internet connection, e.g. via mobile network or @BayernWLAN and a user account of the university.

    What do you have to do?

    • start a browser on your device, e.g. Firefox, iOS / macOS Safari, there is an app necessary for Android "Specially for ..."
    • visit the site https://cat.eduroam.org
    • download the eduroam® installer from this site
    • follow the instructions for configuration

    Login: your eduroam user name is always <username>@uni-wuerzburg.de
    Therefore, please add @uni-wuerzburg.de to your username (the one you login to WueStudy for example). Attention: it is not your e-mail address.

    • you must first download and install the eduroam CAT app from Google Play Store.
    • either open the app and install the profiles or visit https://cat.eduroam.org
    • if you need to search for the organization, look for Würzburg with ü, not Wuerzburg with ue

    RZUWsec can not be installed via eduroam® CAT. Workaround:

    • First install eduroam via eduroam® CAT
    • This will install the necessary T-TeleSec GlobalRoot Class 2 under the name eduroam_WPA_EAP_TTLS_PAP
    • Select "RZUWsec" in the list of available WLANs
    • Android automatically recognizes that it is a secured WLAN and offers by itself the appropriate configuration dialog ("Security 802.1x EAP")
    • All you have to do is set / enter the appropriate values ​​and you can start using it directly:
              EAP method: TTLS
              Phase 2 authentication: PAP
              CA certificate: eduroam_WPA_EAP_TTLS_PAP
              Domain: uni-wuerzburg.de
              Identity: <username>@uni-wuerzburg.de
              Anonymous identity: eduroam@uni-wuerzburg.de
              Password: The password of your JMU account
    • The username and password must be entered when connecting to eduroam and not during configuration.

    use Safari only to visit https://cat.eduroam.org. Errors may occure using other browsers.

    Android

    • from the menu select "Settings" and go to "WLAN"
    • Long press the network profile eduroam
    • Select forget network from the popup that appears and it will delete the network profile

    Windows 10

    • Windows Icon - Settings - Network & Internet
    • Click Manage Wi-Fi settings.
    • Under Manage known networks, click eduoram
    • Click Forget. The wireless network profile is deleted

    iOS

    • Go to Settings > General > Profiles.
    • Select the profile you wish to remove (eduroam)
    • Select Remove.
    • If asked, enter your device's security PIN number.

    macOS

    • Select the WiFi symbol along the top menu bar and click on Open Network Preferences at the bottom of the drop down menu.
    • Click on WiFi in the menu on the left and click Advanced located at the bottom right of the pop-up window.
    • Select eduroam and click the minus sign. Click OK.

    Windows 7

    • Button [Windows] and  [R]
    • write next to Open: cmd - klicke Open
    • a new window appears
    • to show the WiFis, write the command:  netsh wlan show profiles
    • to delete eduroam profil, write the command:  netsh wlan delete profile name=eduroam

    Android

    • Einstellungen
    • ganz oben unter "Drahtlos & Netzwerke" auf "WLAN" tippen
    • auf eduroam tippen und halten bis Auswahl erscheint
    • Netzwerk entfernen oder Netzwerk ignorieren

    Windows 10

    • links unten Windows Symbol - Einstellung (Zahnrad) - Netzwerk und Internet
    • links WLAN – WLAN-Einstellungen verwalten
    • Bekannte Netzwerke verwalten
    • eduroam auswählen
    • Button Nicht speichern

    iOS

    • Einstellungen
    • Allgemein
    • Profil
    • eduroam markieren – löschen

    macOS

    • oben WLAN-Symbol
    • Systemeinstellung Netzwerk öffnen
    • Links WLAN
    • Unten Weitere Optionen
    • eduroam markieren
    • Minus-Symbol

    Windows 7

    • Tasten [Windows] und [R]
    • tippen Sie neben Öffnen ein: cmd - Öffnen
    • es erscheint ein neues Fenster
    • um sich die WLAN anzeigen zu lassen, geben Sie den Befehl ein:   netsh wlan show profiles
    • um das eduroam Profil zu löschen, geben Sie den Befehl ein:   netsh wlan delete profile name=eduroam