What is eduroam? 

Education Roaming, also known as eduroam, provides a secure roaming access service for the International Research and Education community. It is a wireless service that allows eduroam users to login to free secured Internet surfing while visiting other participating universities, or local institutes of higher learning (IHLs). Users will be able to login with a single set of credentials to the "eduroam" SSID with any Wi-Fi devices, such as laptop or handphone, which supports IEEE 802.11 a/g/n standards. 

For SUTD Staff or Students visiting other Eduroam participating institutions 

Staff and Students will have to configure their Wi-Fi devices for the initial login to the eduroam SSID in SUTD campus first, so that no other configuration will be required when they visit other eduroam participating institutions, e.g. NUS, NTU, and SMU. You can refer to the  for eduroam configuration. Note that each institute has its own set of network policy governing network usage via eduroam and users will need to comply with the policy when they are visiting participating institutes. 

Visitors from Eduroam participating institutions in SUTD campus 

In SUTD campus, visitors from participating institutions will be able to login seamlessly to eduroam and access Internet as they were in their own home institution. They will be advised to contact their respective helpdesk for technical support for any issues connecting to the eduroam in SUTD. Please refer to the table below for user domain context login and wireless network profile. 

Configurations for setting up the Wireless Profile 

Username UserName@DomainName (e.g. ngzy@nus.edu.sg; peter@ox.ac.uk)
Authentication Mode WPA-2 Enterprise
Data Encryption AES
Use Machine Information For Domain Logon Disable
Use Windows User Name and Password Disable