eduroam

  1. Set of ports available to roaming visitors:
Service
Protocol / Port
Direction
Standard IPSec VPN
IP protocol 50 (ESP) IP protocol 51 (AH) UDP port 500 (IKE)
incoming and outgoing incoming and outgoing outgoing
OpenVPN 2.0
UDP port 1194
incoming and outgoing
IPv6 Tunnel broker service
IP protocol 41
incoming and outgoing
IPSec NAT-Traversal
UDP/4500
incoming and outgoing
Cisco IPSec VPN over TCP
TCP/10000
outgoing
PPTP VPN
IP protocol 47 (GRE) TCP port 1723
incoming and outgoing outgoing
SSH
TCP port 22
outgoing
HTTP
TCP port 80 TCP port 443 TCP port 3128 TCP port 8080
outgoing outgoing outgoing outgoing
Mail sending
TCP port 465 TCP port 587
outgoing outgoing
Mail reception
TCP port 143 TCP port 993 TCP port 110 TCP port 995
outgoing outgoing outgoing outgoing
FTP (passive)
TCP port 21
outgoing
Access points available:
  • 1 first floor Edinburgh lab, SSID eduroam

ISOF USERS

How to connect to eduroam:
MANDATORY
Please login to your webmail and change your password if you didn't do it after 28/01/2013. You can always change it again a second time and revert back to the previous one you had.
IF YOU DON'T TAKE THIS STEP EDUROAM WON'T WORK.
On a first connection to a eduroam WI-FI network, depending on your operating system, you will be asked all or some of the following parameters, if they are not detected automatically:
  • SSID = eduroam
  • Security = WPA/WPA2 Enterprise
  • Authentication = 802.1x (RADIUS)
  • Username =

    (IN FULL)

  • Password = your mail password

THE VERY FIRST TIME YOU CONNECT YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ACCEPT A CERTIFICATE EITHER FROM ISOF-SERV OR ICOW06 PLEASE DO ACCEPT IT, OTHERWISE YOU WON'T BE CONNECTED.

To see the access points available around the world take a look at the EDUROAM MAP