eduroam for UofA Users
The eduroam wireless network is a secure world-wide roaming service developed for the international research and education community.
Not only can you use eduroam to connect wirelessly at the University, you can also visit any participating education institution or medical facility and access network services using your UofA login credentials.
To connect to University resources, such as your U or S drive, or internal websites and applications, you will need to connect via our Virtual Private Network (VPN) tool. This does not apply to SA Public Hospitals or SA Health locations. See more information below.
Connecting to eduroam
Ready to connect? Before you do, please read the IT Acceptable Use Policy.
Not sure how to connect? Choose a guide below:
- Connecting at hospitals and SA Health locations
The eduroam wireless service in South Australian Hospitals and Medical Centres will now be provided by SA Health, significantly increasing the coverage. From 28 September 2015, eduroam will be available throughout the following locations:Locations
Flinders Medical Centre, Royal Adelaide Hospital, Women’s and Children’s Hospital, Lyell McEwen Hospital, Repatriation General Hospital, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Noarlunga Hospital, Modbury Hospital, St Margaret Hospital.
Port Augusta Hospital, Mount Gambier Hospital, Port Pirie Hospital.
99 Gawler Place, L9 Citi Centre, SAAS MedSTAR Airport, SAAS Parkside, 45 Grenfell Level 7, 9, 10, Western Community Mental Health Centre, 55 Rundle Mall level 6.How to Connect
Use the Onboard website to connect your device to the eduroam network.
All University services, such as network drives (U and S), internal websites and applications are now available by connecting to the eduroam wireless network in these locations.
You no longer need to use VPN to access these services, so the Cisco AnyConnect VPN service is disabled in these locations.
Want to know more? Contact the Service Desk on +61 8 8313 3000 or firstname.lastname@example.org