Eduroam on MacOS / How to connect

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    How to connect to eduroam on MacOS

      1. in the System Preferences panel click Network eduroam_macos1
      2. select AirPort on the left-hand side, click the Network Name selector and choose eduroam eduroam_macos2
      3. accept the server authentication from eduroam_macos3
      4. click on Show Certificate and confirm that This certificate is valideduroam_macos4
      5. click on Continue; type in your local computer user name and password
        (not CampusNet account) eduroam_macos5
      6. in the next dialogue enter your CampusNet username followed by “” eduroam_macos6
        (e.g.,; use lower-case letters
      7. the following steps are necessary, so do not stop here;
        click on Advanced;   in the AirPort tab, move the eduroam entry to the top;
        this will also automatically log you in at remote locationseduroam_macos7eduroam_macos8
      8. select the 802.1X tab, then select the WPA:eduroam entry on the left;
        make sure only PEAP and TTLS are selected (nothing else); if eduroam
        does not work, probably more than these two options are selected hereeduroam_macos9
      9. then, select PEAP, and click on the first Configure button (not Configure trust);
        a window opens asking for PEAP authentication information, specifically the Outer Identity;
        although as it might appear as optional, this is not;  enter, literally, as shown eduroam_macos10
      10. after clicking OK, select TTLS and click the same Configure button as above;
        a window pops up and asks for TTLS Inner Authentication; select MSCHAPv2 from the
        drop-down list, and as Outer Identity again enter eduroam_macos11
      11. click OK and Apply as often as needed to get back to the Network preferences; eduroam_macos12
      12. you are now connected  to the eduroam network