Aarhus University has three wireless networks which are accessible at the entire university.
Eduroam is the primary wireless network for students and employees. Once you have eduroam set up on your computer or mobile phone, it automatically connects to the wireless network when your device is in range. At AU, you can use eduroam to connect to internal file and print servers, and you can also use the online resources the university subscribes to, such as ordbogen.com.
Eduroam is a global collaboration which also gives AU students and employees free access to the wireless network at other teaching and research institutions all over the world.
Note: It is important to run the installation program, because this provides more secure protection of your username and password due to the installation of a certificate.
If you have visitors who need access to wireless internet, The can use AU-Guest. To log on, your guest should:
1. Connect to AU-Guest
2. Open a browser
3. Log in via the webportal, that pops up automatically.
Guest access is for the internet only. Guests do not have access to internal services such as file and print servers, and access is limited to the web (http and https).
AU-Gadget is a wireless network for research equipment and devices which either do not have a screen or where login is not possible, unlike a computer or phone.
To log on to AU-Gadget, AU must approve the MAC address of your device or equipment, and you must have a Pre-shared key (PSK). Contact your local IT support desk and state why you need access to AU-Gadget as well as the MAC address of your equipment/device.
SSID: AU Gadget - WPA2/AES PSK (code = augadget)
Please write to IT support (firstname.lastname@example.org) and state:
After you have received an email approving your access, you can connect the device with: