EDIT: This post is no longer relevant. You may find an up-to-date version here.

It took me a while to figure out how to connect my Nokia 5800 phone to the University of Groningen’s eduroam WiFi network. I’m posting the settings here for anyone interested.

First of all you need to install a certificate file onto your phone. Just copy it to your phone’s SD card and open it using the file manager, or browse to this webpage and download the file directly. Say yes if your phone asks if it should install the certificate. You can grab the file from here.

After installing the certificate, goto Settings, Connectivity, Destinations, Internet.

There you can add new access points. The University of Groningen uses three WiFi networks, eduroam, Eduroam and Rug-FN2. They all use the same settings. The settings should look like the ones in the screenshots below. Make sure you substitute the username with your own.

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Aswin van Woudenberg

I'm a lecturer at the NHL Stenden University of Applied Sciences where I teach Artificial Intelligence, Algorithms and Concurrent Programming. Together with my students I'm building dialogue systems that can learn, reason and converse in a variety of domains.


Roel · January 29, 2013 at 5:20 pm

Took me 20 minutes to figure out that this manual is for the old security method – so it doesn’t work anymore …
After that I figured it out myself anyway ­čÖé Thanks!

… too late I discovered you also made an updated manual ­čÖé http://www.aswinvanwoudenberg.com/index.php/2011/05/27/updated-eduroam-settings-for-the-nokia-5800/

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