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eduroam logoInCommon operates the U.S. node for eduroam, the global roaming wireless service. General information on eduroam benefits and on joining the service, are available at incommon.org/eduroam

eduroam Transition During Fall 2021

Looking for information on when your organization will move to the new eduroam infrastructure? Check out the eduroam Transition site and learn what you should do when and how Internet2 is working to make it happen.

eduroam-US Advisory Committee

The eduroam-US Advisory Committee (“eAC”) helps formulate strategies and practices for US and global research and education roaming networks, report any findings, and make recommendations to the Community Architecture Committee for Trust and Identity (CACTI) and to InCommon, operator of the eduroam service in the U.S.

eduroam-US Administrator Guide

The eduroam-US Administrator's Guide provides the information required to join the confederation and install and maintain RADIUS configurations per eduroam-US policies.

eduroam-US Support Organizations

The true value of eduroam increases with its ubiquity. K12s, as well as libraries and museums that are part of the K12 ecosystem, have thus far been underserved by eduroam in the US. eduroam Support Organizations (SOs) leverage their existing relationships with K12s, libraries, and museums to address this need. 

eduroam-US Software Development

eduroam Admins can manage eduroam by logging into the eduroam Federation Manager portal. eduroam RADIUS traffic is routed by the eduroam infrastructure. Release notes can be found for eduroam Federation Manager portal as part of the InCommon Federation Manager. Release notes are also provided for the eduroam infrastructure.


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