eduroam Wi-Fi

Other UofG email addresses

If your UofG email address ends with something other than, or (eg, use this format instead:

  • Email: (eg
  • Password: your password

Manual setup

Windows laptop

Mac laptop

To check which OS version you have, open the Apple menu at top left of screen and choose About this Mac

iOS (iPhone, iPad)

  1. Turn on Wi-Fi
  2. Tap Settings then Wi-Fi
  3. Select eduroam
  4. Enter these settings:
    • Username: your UofG email address
    • Password: your password
  5. When the Certificate information is shown, check that it is issued by QuoVadis EV SSL ICA G2, then tap Accept


  1. Turn on Wi-Fi
  2. Tap Settings > Network & Internet > Wi-Fi
  3. Tap eduroam
  4. Enter these settings:
    • EAP method: PEAP
    • Phase-2 authentication: MSCHAPv2
    • CA certificate (if prompted): Use system certificates   * Options greyed out? See below
    • Domain (if prompted):
    • Identity: Your University email address
    • Password: Your password
  5. Tap Connect and wait for the message 'Connected to eduroam'

* If the options under CA certificate are greyed out:

  1. Download Quovadis root certificate
  2. Go to your Downloads, tap the certificate and enter:
    • Certificate name: eduroam
    • Credential use: Wi-Fi
  3. Go back to the Wi-Fi settings
  4. Tap CA certificate again and choose the eduroam certificate


  1. Download the Quovadis root certificate
  2. Click on your Wi-Fi icon and click on eduroam to connect
  3. Enter these settings:
    • Wi-Fi Security: WPA & WPA2 Enterprise
    • Authentication: Protected EAP (PEAP)
    • CA Certificate: Select the certificate you downloaded in step 1
    • PEAP version: Automatic
    • Inner Authentication: MSCHAPv2
    • Username: Your UofG email address
    • Password: Your password
  4. Click Connect

About eduroam

eduroam (education roaming) is a secure, world-wide Wi-Fi service developed for the international research and education community.

eduroam lets students, staff and researchers from participating institutions connect to the Internet on campus and when visiting other participating institutions.

The level of access varies between institutions. As a visitor you'll normally have access to the Internet only. This means you'll be able to use webmail, FTP and other web based applications, but you may not have access to local facilities like applications and printing.

Find out more