Apple iOS devices (iPod, iPhone, iPad)
  1. If you have previously used eduroam as a member of another establishment you will have to remove the previous settings.
  2. Remove Profile (Settings > General > Profile > Delete Profile)
  3. Connect to Eduroam (Settings > wifi > Eduroam)
  4. Enter your username in the following format: 
    • Staff: username@gcu.ac.uk (e.g. abc1@gcu.ac.uk)
    • Students: username@gcu.ac.uk (e.g. ajones01@gcu.ac.uk)
    • Please note that this user name is NOT an email address.
  5. Enter your domain password.
  6. Accept certificate.
  7. Your device will authenticate and connect to the secure network.

 

Mac OS
  1. If you have previously used eduroam as a member of another establishment you will have to remove the previous settings.
  2. Go to Applications folder > Utilities > Keychain Access > Passwords search the list for eduroam and delete these entries (if any).
  3. Select the Apple Logo > System Preferences > Network > Wi-Fi or Airport then select Advance.
  4. Remove network profiles with GCU or any named eduroam (if any) by selecting the name and pressing the '-' button, then close the window.
  5. Open the drop down menu for Network Name menu, select Join other network then show networks. Select eduroam and press OK.
  6. Enter the following details on the login screen:
  7. Enter your username in the following format: 
    • Staff: username@gcu.ac.uk (eg abc1@gcu.ac.uk)
    • Students: username@gcu.ac.uk (eg ajones01@gcu.ac.uk)
    • Please note that this user name is NOT an email address.
  8. Enter your domain password.
  9. Click Join.
  10. When presented with the Verify Certificate notification, click Continue.
  11. Enter your OSX Keychain password, if prompted.
  12. You are now connected to eduroam.