The Wireless Service (eduroam)
The main wireless network for Edinburgh Napier staff and students is eduroam. Once connected to eduroam you have wireless access both on campus and at other participating institutions.
The Cloud Guest WiFi service is for visitors only.
About the eduroam service
Connecting your device to eduroam
Printing from eduroam
Using eduroam at other institutions
Use of eduroam by visitors to Edinburgh Napier
About the eduroam service
The eduroam Wireless Service enables staff and students to connect to the Edinburgh Napier University network using a mobile device.
It's available at all 3 of the main campuses, Merchiston Avenue and 42 Colinton Road.
Once connected to the Wireless service you will be able to:
- Access the Internet.
- Access personal and shared data areas (via the Virtual Desktop Service)
- Access other web based services, such as the Staff Intranet, Team Sites and Moodle.
- Access Remote Desktop and SSH (please note: you will need to connect to the Virtual Private Network (VPN) to do this).
- Send/receive Edinburgh Napier University e-mail using SMTP/IMAP.
- Print to a Staff printer over IP.
Before you use the Wireless service you must ensure:
Full configuration guides can be found below:
Wireless Configuration Guide - Windows
Wireless Configuration Guide - Apple Macs
Wireless Configuration Guide - Android
Wireless Configuration Guide - Apple iOS
Wireless Configuration Guide - Linux
You may also find the following videos useful:
Connecting to eduroam - Windows 10
Connecting to eduroam - MacBook
Connecting to eduroam - Android
Connecting to eduroam - iPhone
Please note: Edinburgh Napier University Wireless network does not currently support the Kindle, however the Kindle Fire is supported.
If you experience problems with the Wireless Service please contact IS Service Desk
Edinburgh Napier University staff and students can print from the Wireless Service using the Web Print service.
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Edinburgh Napier University is a member of the eduroam (UK) service, which allows University Staff and Students to login at other participating institutions.
You will need to set up your eduroam profile on campus before attempting to access eduroam at other institutions.
Some institutions offer the eduroam tier of service where users connect without having to setup a profile. Once connected, users start a browser and are then prompted for username/password.
Please note: visited institutions are not liable to offer any support to Edinburgh Napier University users.
Visitors to Edinburgh Napier University are required to conform with the Information Security Policy. Visitors experiencing technical problems with eduroam should consult their Home organisation's IT support.
Please note: we don't deploy application or interception proxies but we do filter web traffic to ensure it complies with the University's Information Security Policy.
Further Help with the Wireless Service