Wifi advice for students returning to campus
If you have been away from London Met's campuses for a long time, your London Met password may have changed. It is good security practice to change your password regularly, and when you do, any wireless devices that use your London Met password will also need to be updated so that they will reconnect to eduroam.
The easiest way to do this is to 'forget' the eduroam wireless network and add it again to your device using your new password.
Your username is your London Met email address. Your password is your University password.
- Username format: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Password: Your standard University password
If you are unable to connect to eduroam please raise a request in the IT Self Service Portal.
Full details of the eduroam service are available at the eduroam website.
How to set up and use the eduroam Wi-Fi
Staff and students can access the University's free Wi-Fi network by connecting to eduroam. You'll only need to set this up once and you'll stay connected to the network around London Met and in thousands of participating locations in 70 countries worldwide. Please refer to the following guide for further information Eduroam - WiFi Access Guidelines for Students and Staff
Manual device configuration setting
If you need to configure your wireless device to use eduroam, please use the following:
- SSID: eduroam
- Security Type / Encryption: WPA2/AES (WPA/TKIP will work but its use is depreciated)
- Network Authentication Method: PEAP
- User Authentication: EAP-MSCHAPv2
Connect to eduroam at other institutions
London Met students can also connect to eduroam when visiting other participating institutions.