eduroam

What is eduroam?

“eduroam is an acronym for Education Roaming. It is IT infrastructure necessary for the transparent use of university and other educational institution networks. The idea was conceived at TERENA (Trans-European Research and Education Networking Association)."[1]

The eduroam structure provides network roaming to members of an association who use the technology. To put it simply: A user has one account (in his/her home network) and this account authorizes him/her to use the wireless network of any other project member. In other words, you only need one username and password to connect to any eduroam network.

Connection conditions

The rules for using the eduroam network are defined by the roaming policy of the network. Users have the following obligations:

eduroam at HiLASE

At the moment, HiLASE is only working as a service provider. It does not provide users with login information enabling them to connect to the eduroam network.

Coverage

eduroam is available in whole HiLASE center.

Contact

eduroam@hilase.cz

Technical Parameters

Filtering of eduroam network

The eduroam network operation is guaranteed to the following extent:

ServiceProtocol / Port
HTTPTCP/80
TCP/443
TCP/3128
TCP/8080
MailTCP/465
TCP/587
TCP/143
TCP/993
TCP/110
TCP/995
FTPTCP/20
TCP/21
SSHTCP/22
Cisco IPSec VPN over TCPTCP/10000
OpenVPN 2.0UDP/1194
IPSec NAT-TraversalUDP/4500
Standard IPSec VPNIP protocol 50 (ESP)
IP protocol 51 (AH)
UDP/500 (IKE)
IPv6 Tunnel broker serviceIP protocol 41
PPTP VPNIP protocol 47 (GRE)
TCP/1723

The eduroam name and logo are a registered trademark of TERENA.