These settings have been tested on CentOS 7.4


  1. Navigate to the network-manager from the menu on the top right, and choose Wi-Fi Settings

    Wi-Fi Settings selected from the menu on the top right


  2. Select the eduroam network

     eduroam listed under available networks


  3. Configure settings as per screenshot below using your username and password:
    Wi-fi security: WPA & WPA2 Enterprise
    Authentication: Protected EAP (PEAP)
    CA certificate: No CA certificate is required ticked
    PEAP version: Automatic
    Inner authentication: MSCHAPv2

    eduroam network settings entered in the authentication window

  4. Click Connect. You will now be connected



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