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Eduroam: wireless connections when you travel

Posted by Megan on July 6, 2009

McGill University is a member of Eduroam, an authentication service allowing users (researchers, teachers, students, staff) from participating educational institutions to securely access the wireless network of any Eduroam-enabled institution by using the same credentials they would use at their home institution.

For McGill users, this means that if you are traveling to any of the institutions participating in Eduroam, your McGill username and password will give you wireless internet access on those campuses. You can then configure the McGill Virtual Private Network (VPN) to remotely access McGill library resources.

You can access the Eduroam network at any participating member site (including most satellite campuses that provide wireless access) in the following regions:
Asia Pacific

Further details can be found in McGill’s IT Knowledge Base.


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