Note: Linux devices may not prompt for credentials when you first join eduroam. If that's the case, set up a "hidden" network with the settings below.
If your device asks for more information, use the following settings:
Sometimes a device may prompt for authentication several times, even though the password is correct. If this happens, keep trying. Once the device has connected, it usually connects automatically from then on. If the device tells you that the password is invalid, though, it probably is. Re-enter and try again.
Some devices, especially those running Windows older than Windows 10, may require the use of eduroam configuration assistant to make eduroam work. Note that this requires administrative privileges on your device.
Some Android devices may require additional steps to connect to eduroam.