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Eduroam wireless network

Concordia University is a member of eduroam (education roaming), a service that allows member institutions from the international research and academic community to securely access wireless services at other participating institutions using their “home” credentials. Concordia University students, faculty and staff can use their Netname and Netname Passwords at universities such as McGill, Université de Montreal, and University of Toronto to log on to the wireless service. A complete list of participating institutions is available at eduroam.org.
Similarly, students, faculty and staff visiting from other member institutions will be able to use Concordia’s wireless service using the credentials issued by their institution. The Eduroam network has a speed limitation and may therefore affect usage. It is suggested that Concordia faculty, staff, and students use the Concordia wireless network to access the internet.


Who can use it?

Faculty, staff, registered students and external clients associated with an eduroam institution

How much does it cost?

There is no cost associated with this service

How to get it

  • For a complete list of the institutions participating in the Eduroam program, visit eduroam.org
  • To access the eduroam network on the Concordia campus, read the eduroam configuration in the documentation section.

Service availability

24/7

Documentation

FAQ

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