John Innes Centre
Sainsbury Laboratory
Earlham Institue
Institute of Food Research

eduroam at the Norwich Bioscience Institutes

As defined on the janet website, the eduroam service allows users from any participating organisation to gain network access at a visted organisation. Norwich Bioscience Institutes provides Wi-Fi access to eduroam.

eduroam users requiring support should make us of their own Home organisation support and advice options. Any device must to be configured for Wi-Fi access to eduroam using methods and credentials provided by a users Home organisation.

The NBI complies with both the Home and Visited eduroam requirements. Technical details required to make use of eduroam within NBI are shown below:

  • eduroam tiers supported: Tier2 and Tier3
  • Security protocol support: WPA2
  • Cipher support: AES
  • SSID: eduroam

eduroam users requiring support should contact their own Home organisation IT staff for assistance.

eduroam Acceptable Use Policy (AUP)

  • Users will adhere to the JANET acceptable use policy.
  • Users will adhere to the eduroam(UK) policy.
  • Users will make sure that they keep Anti-Virus/Anti-Spyware software up to date on their clients, using the facilities provided by their Home ogranisation where applicable.
  • Users will not attempt to make use of Peer-to-peer software.
  • Users will ensure that they adhere to the Acceptable Use Policy of their own Home organisation.
  • Should users require support their point of contact will be their own Home organisation IT staff.