Joining Eduroam (Wi-Fi) on Campus
Williams is transitioning our primary wireless connection from Purple Air to Eduroam. After connecting to Eduroam at Williams you will be able to use the Eduroam network at other participating colleges and Universities. It is fine to continue using Purple Air for now, but the next time you need to connect choose the Eduroam network.
To join Eduroam you will log in with your Williams email address (e.g. [email protected]) and password. Then if prompted trust or accept a new certificate. Examples of what you might see are listed below:
Android devices and Chromebooks often require a manual configuration. After selecting Eduroam from your list of available Wi-Fi networks you may need to change the "EAP Method" to "PEAP", then log in. So far in our testing these devices connect without needing to accept the new certificate.
Newer Android phones will ask for the following, and more closely follow the setup for a Chromebook or Google Pixel.
Network SSID: eduroam
Security: 802.1x EAP
EAP Method: PEAP
Phase 2 Authentication: MSCHAPV2
CA Certificate: (use sytem certificate), or None.
Domain Name: williams.edu
Google Pixel:Network SSID: eduroamSecurity: 802.1x EAPEAP Method: PEAPPhase 2 Authentication: MSCHAPV2CA Certificate: (use sytem certificate)Domain Name: williams.edu
For additional help you can contact the Faculty/Staff Support Desk at 413-597-4090 or email [email protected] . Students should contact the Student Support Desk at 413-597-3088, send email to [email protected] or stop by the Student Support Desk in Sawyer Library, 2nd floor Center for Educational Technology.