Change to eduroam

To maintain the security of our wireless network we are replacing the digital certificate used on eduroam.

Monday 19th June 2017 from 7.45am until 8.45am

The digital certificate is a way of identifying the network and is an important part of our network security. When the new certificate is installed you’ll need to accept it (see below).

When is it happening?

Between 7:45am and 8:45am Monday 19 June

How does it affect me?

You will need to accept the new digital certificate. The recommended way is to connect to ‘WiFi setup – University of Leeds’ (rather than eduroam) after 8:45am on 19 June. This is an automated tool which will install all the new certificates on to your device and is the most secure way to do this. The ‘WiFi setup – University of Leeds’ wireless network is available to users on the campus network and in the student halls of residence; for more information about using it see the IT website.

Alternatively, if you connect to the eduroam network as normal you will be prompted to accept the new certificate (which will be signed as coming from radius.leeds.ac.uk). Once you have accepted the certificate you will not be prompted again.

If you are a UNIX/LINUX user you can install the new root (QuoVadis Root CA 2) certificate from: http://it.leeds.ac.uk/info/37/wi-fi/1124/2017_new_wireless_certificates  on 19 June.