St Edmund's College has Wifi cover for "eduroam (education roaming) which is the secure, world-wide roaming access service developed for the international research and education community" across the entire College site. This is the prefered option for wireless access during your time in Cambridge as once its configured correctly it will automatically connect with no further user interaction. eduroam is avaliable in the Colleges and Departments across the University and many educational establishments across the UK, Europe and increasingly the rest of the

Detailed instructions on how to configure eduroam is available from the UCS:
eduroam for Cambridge users (Direct link to UCS Tokens Service) or you can try the quick setup instructions below (may not be suitable for all devices):

  1. Collect your Network Access Token from the UCS Token Service (Raven password required)
  2. Download a suitable configuration tool or profile according to your operating system:
  3. In the tool or instructions above use as your login/user name and the token (collected in step 1) as your password.

Visitors from other institutions with eduroam credentials should use the credentials issued by their home institution.

The service is available as the wireless network (SSID) broadcasting as eduroam