If it doesn't, just double-click on the eduroam entry to connect. At some point, a popup window will appear asking for credentials.
Click on this popup window to open the credentials page.
Eduroam provides per-user, per-session encrypted network access for visitors from participating institutions, without the need to gain guest credentials on arrival to an eduroam enabled location.
Also study abroad students can join thousands of eduroam hotspots without any hassle or any data roaming charges.
Visitor is a network designed for users only on campus for a day or short time period.
Department laptops can be registered in Cyder by the Departmental Computing Administrator (DCA) and they will automatically have access to the OSU Wireless Network.
Anyone who has a valid ONID account will have access to OSU wireless.
Microsoft will stop support and security patching for Windows XP on April 8, 2014.
The international security community believes that Windows XP computers will be heavily targeted by organized crime and hackers as soon as Microsoft ends support.
Eduroam is a network for users from other participating universities to connect to with their university credentials; it can also be used by OSU students and employees who travel to other institutions.