eduroam stands for education roaming and is an international cooperation between universities (see eduroam website). It provides researchers, teachers and students easy and secure network access when visiting an institution other \ than their own. The idea is that you use your user account at your home university to login to the wireless network.
eduroam uses WPA-enterprise which allows you to access KTHs wireless net without logging in everytime you connect to the net. This will also allow you to use the network on many other universities without any change to your configuration.
(note: WPA-enterprise is not the same as WPA-PSK (pre-shared-key) which we DON'T support).
The eduroam service works at many universities, but you have to check with each place to be sure. It is also described in rfc 7593

Where to find eduroam hotspots world-wide

Sweden - Europe - U.S.A. - Asia-Pacific (AU and NZ)
eduroam intensity world map

eduroam at KTH

eduroam is available in most places at KTH. There is a separate wireless WPA network "eduroam" for this that anyone with a valid account can use. E.g. if the guest comes from university XXX.DE (that it is part of the eduroam system) they should be able to login with user@XXX.DE at KTH. Vice versa, a KTH user can login at any university that are connected to eduroam with the username and the network secret that you generate below.
To use eduroam outside KTH, you shall keep your configuration as it is. However, you must have the configured username include "" (e.g. Otherwise you will not be able to login.

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updated 2015-11-25