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Wi-Fi-access (Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Tablets, Smartphones)
Wi-Fi is the abbreviation for Wireless Fidelity and is commonly used to describe Wireless Local Area Networks (WLAN). The Wi-Fi-access of Philipps-University Marburg provides wireless and authenticated connections for Wi-Fi-enabled devices (such as laptops, tablets or smart phones) to the Internet. The Wi-Fi-access can be used by students, professors and employees of Philipps-University and also by members of other universities. Required is an appropriate Internet account at Philipps-University (students or staff) or another university participating in .
The university's Access-Points are installed inside or
outside of buildings of Philipps-University Marburg. For an overview of
see the site map of Wi-Fi hotspots and the detailed
list of hotspots.
|UMRnet_students||Wi-Fi-access for students
|UMRnet_staff||Wi-Fi-access for staff|
|eduroam||Wi-Fi-access for students and staff of other universities
Supported Authentication Methods
||CA-Certificate||Username / Outer and Inner Identity
|WPA2 Enterprise / IEEE 802.1X
||PEAP + MSCHAPv2||deutsche-telekom-root-ca-2||complete username
|WPA2 Enterprise / IEEE 802.1X||TTLS + PAP||deutsche-telekom-root-ca-2||complete username|
- Students of Philipps-University Marburg use as "username" or "identity" their complete username (i.e. Username@students.uni-marburg.de), starting with an upper-case letter.
- Staff of Philipps-University Marburg use as "username" or "identity" their complete username (i.e. email@example.com), starting with a lower-case letter.
- Members of other universities use as "username" or "identity" their complete username of their home university (i.e. firstname.lastname@example.org). Please see the further settings for DFNRoaming/eduroam.
As password please enter your personal password.
The root certificate deutsche-telekom-root-ca-2 guarantees the trustworthiness of the Wi-Fi-networks at Philipps-University Marburg. It should be located in your certificate store of your operating system. If it is not existing, you can install it via the tutorials for installation of the root certificate.