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A revised eduroam info sheet describes the features and benefits of the federated global wireless access service for research and education. It may be particularly useful in providing a high-level overview of the service to campus stakeholders.

Internet2 operates the U.S. node for eduroam, which allows individuals from a participating institution to use their home credentials for access. Eduroam is a worldwide federation of RADIUS servers allowing users to achieve seamless access when traveling to another participating institution. Some campuses have chosen to use eduroam as their default campus wireless network.

For more information about the eduroam service and how your campus can participate, visit www.incommon.org/eduroam.

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