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tkoerme [Setting up the eduroam WLAN with the CAT tool]
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-====== eduroam with Linux / Ubuntu ​14.04 LTS ======+====== eduroam with Linux / Ubuntu ​18.04 LTS ======
  
-=====Setting up the eduroam ​WLAN with the CAT tool=====+**To ensure a secure eduroam configuration,​ it is strongly recommended to set up eduroam using the configuration wizard (CAT tool)!** 
 +=====Setting up the eduroam with the CAT tool=====
  
-After downloading the [[ https://​cat.eduroam.org/​|eduroam CAT]] you have to make it executable. To achieve this first right click on the file and select //​Properties//​ then select the Permissions tab and check the box next to // Execute //.+After downloading the [[ https://​cat.eduroam.org/​|eduroam CAT]] you have to make it executable. To achieve this first right click on the file and select //​Properties//​ then select the Permissions tab and check the box next to //"Execute"//. Please also note that the behavior when executing files has been set correctly under //"​Files Preferences"​//. 
  
-{{ :​en:​services:​network_services:​eduroam:​executable.png?400 |}}+{{ :​en:​services:​network_services:​eduroam:​ubuntu_eduroam-install_eng_01.png |}} 
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 +{{ :​en:​services:​network_services:​eduroam:​ubuntu_eduroam-install_eng_02.png |}}
  
 Alternatively the file can be made executable by running //chmod +x // on that file. Alternatively the file can be made executable by running //chmod +x // on that file.
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 of this article. After clicking on OK enter your password and confirm it. of this article. After clicking on OK enter your password and confirm it.
  
-After finishing ​the assistant, the Network Manager ​should automatically connect you +After you complete ​the wizard, the NetworkManager ​should automatically connect you to the eduroam network if it is available. ​
-to the eduroam network if it is available.+
  
 If you do not have a Network Manager running during the installation,​ the assistant will create a //​wpa_supplicant.conf//​. For details on how to use this config file If you do not have a Network Manager running during the installation,​ the assistant will create a //​wpa_supplicant.conf//​. For details on how to use this config file
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-=====Manual setup of the eduroam ​WLAN=====+=====Manual setup of the eduroam=====
  
 <WRAP center round important 80%> <WRAP center round important 80%>
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 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
  
-To setup the connection with eduroam click on "System Settings / All Settings ​/ Network" ​(tested under Ubuntu 14.04 LTS)+Eduroam can be set up manually under "​Settings" ​-> "​Wi-Fi"​.  
-Select ​"wireless" ​then "eduroam" ​from the list of available WLAN SSIDsThen click on the wifi icon in the upper right corner (2.) to open the network ​menue. Now select ​"Edit connections..." ​(3.). Select Wi-Fi "​eduroam" ​and click on "edit..."  ​to edit the eduroam ​settings.  +Switch on the Wi-Fi and select the "eduroam" ​network under "Visible Networks". 
- +Click the button with the lock on the listed ​network "eduroam" ​to configure ​"​eduroam"​. 
 +A window opens in which the necessary settings have to be configured. 
 +Then press the "Connect"​ button. 
 +Please enter your  [[en:​services:​network_services:​eduroam:#​username|username]] and password in the login window
 +You should now be connected to eduroam.
  
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-You can find the CA certificate ​under // /​usr/​share/​ca-certificates/​mozilla/​T-TeleSec_GlobalRoot_Class_2.crt //. +**Please observe ​the following instructions when entering the configuration parameters:​** 
-Enter the username ​according to the table in the [[en:​services:​network_services:​eduroam:#​username|username]] section and the corresponding password. +  * The screenshot for the network settings shows the login data for a GWDG account as an example. 
- +  * Therefore, please enter **eduroam@gwdg.de** as "​Anonymous identity"​. 
-READY! +  * The CA certificate ​can be found at // /​usr/​share/​ca-certificates/​mozilla/​T-TeleSec_GlobalRoot_Class_2.crt //. 
 +  ​* ​Enter your user name according to the table in the [[en:​services:​network_services:​eduroam:#​username|username]] section and the corresponding password.