(‘education roaming’) is a free secure wireless network available at participating campuses and institutions in New Zealand and around the world.
If you are a staff member or student, you can use your Email Address and Password to access WiFi at Te Auaha using the eduroam network. This Wireless network will also allow visitors from all eduroam-participating institutions to connect to each other’s network while visiting other eduroam-participating institutions.
How to Connect:
The Eduroam network appears as "eduroam" on your mobile device or laptop in wireless connections.
- TO LOGIN: Simply use your full email address (that you use to login to Office365) and your Password
- SETUP: Your laptop or mobile device may require some configuration setting changes - please see the Edroam Security Configuration below.
- Name (SSID): eduroam
- Authentication Method: MSCHAPv2
- Wireless Security Type: WPA2-Enterprise (802.1X/EAP)
- Encryption Type: AES-CCMP
- EAP Type: PEAP
If you are a visitor more detailed information will be provided by your home institution – please contact your own ICT Support first for assistance.
If you are at another Institution please contact the ICT Support team you are visiting first to make sure there are no local issues or specific configurations that might affect your access.
Eduroam for Staff and Students is currently running at the Te Auaha Campus, but we are looking at rolling it out to other campuses shortly.
The use of eduroam is governed by the the New Zealand eduroam Policy and Whitireia NZ and WelTec ICT Policies and Conditions of Computer Use - all users of this Wireless system must abide by the conditions within these policies.
For visitors to the Weltec or Whitireia, the Acceptable Use Policy of your home institution also applies. Please be aware that eduroam policy requires all users of the service to either be over 18 years of age or have consent from a parent or guardian to use non-filtered Internet access. Authentication information and traffic is recorded by ICT Services and your home institution in case of network abuse and for statistical purposes.