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Connecting to Eduroam with Android devices

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Automatic Setup

The preferred way of setting up the eduroam SSID on any operating system is connecting to the wireless network “eduroam-instructions” then downloading the cloudpath utility that can be found at The utility sets up the SSID automatically with little input from you.

For users in the residence halls, use this link to automatically setup the wireless networks:

Connecting with an Android Phone

  1. Open settings. Select Network & Internet. Then Select Internet. 
  1. Make sure Wi-Fi is turned on and select eduroam from the Available Networks 
  1. Enter the following settings 

i. EAP method: PEAP 

ii. Phase 2 Authentication: None or MSCHAPV2 

iii. CA Certificate: Do not validate 

Note: If Do not validate is not an option under CA Certificate select the following

CA Certificate: Use system certificates

Online Certificate Status: Do not validate

iv. Identity: siu85xxxxxxx (Your SIU Network ID) 

v. Password: ********** (Your Netid Password) 

vi. Leave the Anonymous identity blank 


vii. Due to variances between android devices, prompts may vary in this step. Leave any settings that are not listed on this document blank or in their default state. 

Phase 2 with MSCHAPv2 and use system certificates selected
None Selected for Phase-2 authentication

Connecting with a Chromebook

1.Click the WiFi icon at the bottom right of the screen

2.Click on the network list under the Wi-Fi Icon. If you have not connected to any wireless networks on campus, it may say “Not Connected”

3. Select Eduroam from the list of networks and enter in the following settings.
Identity will be your
Password will be your NetworkID password
You do not need to fill out Anonymous identity

NOTE: If the above settings do not work for your device, please try these settings below.

Chromebook/ChromeOS settings, similar to android.

Note: If you recently changed your Salukinet password, please forget the eduroam under wifi networks and follow the above steps. 

Make sure your siu account is not locked, due to Wi-Fi reconnection attempts after you have changed your Salukinet password. If you believe your account is locked , or these steps did not help in resolving your issue, please contact SalukiTech (618-453-5155 | 

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