Connecting to WiFi

IAAPS Limited (hereafter IAAPS) offers eduroam WiFi to staff and students from visiting institutions who are registered with eduroam. In addition, IAAPS provides a Guest WiFi service to visitors from other organisations.

eduroam

Connecting to Eduroam

eduroam is a free, global Wi-Fi service for staff and students from organisations who are registered with eduroam. Eduroam is available at many locations around the world.

If you are visiting from another institution which uses eduroam, you can connect to the service at IAAPS using your own institution’s login details.

eduroam is subject to the IAAPS Limited Network Acceptable Use Policy and the eduroam (UK) Policy.

Connect to eduroam on a Windows computer

  1. Select the networks icon in the taskbar.
  2. Select ‘eduroam’ from the list of Wi-Fi connections.
  3. Click ‘Connect’.
  4. Enter your institution’s email address and your password.
  5. Click ‘OK’.
  6. If you see a ‘Windows Security Alert’ window, make sure to click ‘Connect’ to accept the eduroam security certificate (eduroam.iaaps.co.uk)

Connect to eduroam on your Mac

  1. Click the Wi-Fi icon in the menu bar.
  2. If Wi-Fi is off, select ‘Turn Wi-Fi on’.
  3. Select ‘eduroam’ from the list.
  4. Enter your institution’s email address and your password.
  5. Click ‘Join’.
  6. If you see a ‘Verify Certificate’ window, click ‘Continue’ to accept the eduroam security certificate (eduroam.iaaps.co.uk).

Get more advice from Apple Support.

Connect to eduroam on your Linux Machine

  1. Click the Wi-Fi icon in the system tray.
  2. Select ‘eduroam’ from the list.
  3. Set ‘Mode’ to ‘Infrastructure’.
  4. Set ‘Security’ to ‘WPA & WPA2 Enterprise’ .
  5. Set ‘Authentication’ to ‘Tunnelled TLS’.
  6. Set ‘Inner authentication’ to ‘ MSCHAPv2’.
  7. Leave ‘Anonymous identity’ blank.
  8. Leave ‘CA certificate’ to ‘(None)’.
  9. Set ‘Username’ to your institution’s email address.
  10. Set ‘Password’ to your password.

Connect to eduroam on your iPhone or iPad

  1. Open the Settings app.
  2. Tap ‘Wi-Fi’.
  3. Select ‘eduroam’ from the list.
  4. Enter your institution’s email address and your password.
  5. Tap ‘Join’.
  6. If you see a ‘Certificate needed…’ alert, tap ‘Accept Certificate’ to accept the eduroam security certificate (eduroam.iaaps.co.uk).

Connect your Android device to eduroam

  1. Open the Settings app.
  2. Tap ‘Wi-Fi’.
  3. Select ‘eduroam’ from the list.
  4. Set ‘EAP Method’ to ‘PEAP’.
  5. Set ‘Phase-2 authentication’ to ‘MSCHAPV2’.
  6. Set ‘Domain’ as your institution’s domain e.g. iaaps.co.uk or bath.ac.uk.
  7. Set ‘Identity’ to your institution’s email address. Leave ‘Anonymous identity’ blank.
  8. Set ‘Password’ to your password.
  9. Tap ‘Connect’.
  10. If you see a ‘Security Certificate’ alert, follow the on-screen instructions to accept the eduroam security certificate (eduroam.iaaps.co.uk).

Connecting to Wi-Fi as a Guest

If you are visiting IAAPS and do not have access to eduroam, you can use the ‘IAAPS Guest’ network.

You will need to register to use ‘WiFi Guest’. You do not need a University email address to connect. However, you will need the registration code, which can be provided by your host.

  1. Open the Wi-Fi settings on your device
  2. Select ‘IAAPS Guest’ from the list
  3. Once you are connected, open your web browser and refresh the page. Your browser may open automatically
  4. If you have not yet registered, click on the “Register” link
  5. Fill in the details as requested, including the registration code provided by your host
  6. Once you have received an email confirmation, you will be able to login to the system and access the internet