Eduroam in the Czestochowa University of Technology
The Czestochowa University of Technology offers a wireless Internet access service as part of the European eduroam project.
It can be used by all staff and students of the Czestochowa University of Technology and people from other universities and institutions participating in the eduroam project.
The list of Polish participants of the eduroam project is available on the Polish website of the project: www.eduroam.pl.
NOTE: Due to personal data protection, you cannot log into the eduroam network using a PESEL number.
Activation of access to the eduroam network / password change / connection parameters
Log in to the eduroam.pcz.pl portal using your account data in the Czestochowa University of Technology USOSweb system to activate access, change the password and view the ID and connection parameters.
Installation and configuration
- Configuring the connection to the eduroam network on Android
- Configuring the connection to the eduroam network on Android 11 and Samsung UI 3.1
- Configuration of eduroam network connection in Microsoft Windows 7
- Configuration of eduroam network connection in Microsoft Windows 8/10
- Automatic certificate installation and configuration of the eduroam network connection for your device using the eduroamCAT tool
NOTE: In case of connection problems, it is good practice to delete the eduroam wireless profile and repeat the configuration by the automatic installer or manual procedure. If you still can't connect, please contact us by email, phone or in person. We will try to help you effectively.
eduroam (EDUcation ROAMing) is an international project whose goal is to provide wireless connectivity within the scientific community.
Eduroam's operation consists in enabling wireless (or optionally wired) Internet access for staff and students of all institutions associated in the project. Access can be implemented both within the parent unit and outside of it - in all networks focused in the eduroam project. The service is based on 802.1x access control mechanisms and RADIUS authentication servers operating in each institution attached to eduroam. Authentication can be accomplished by many methods, except that the choice of this method depends on the settings in the home institution and not the institution where the user wants to connect. In addition to authentication, transmission encryption using a one-time session key is automatically performed; such a key is repeatedly exchanged during the session. Based on the authorization data, the user can be qualified to the appropriate security group and given appropriate rights. With this approach, the user in his home institution has greater rights than guests, despite the fact that the configuration parameters remain the same.
The eduroam system allows you to access wireless and wired networks without having to contact local administrators. The institutions participating in the project undertake to comply with the common security policy and to trust the information provided from other institutions included in the system. Typically, a laptop user will gain access to another institution without configuring anything. The settings he uses in his own institution will allow him access anywhere. This does not mean that access is anonymous and uncontrolled, on the contrary, every access to the network is recorded and possible abuse can later be associated with a specific person.
Users' responsibility and security policy, regulations
All connections made by eduroam system users are monitored and saved. Any actions inconsistent with applicable law (including attempts to violate security systems or downloading illegal content) are borne solely by the user from whose account the connection was made. The eduroam system logs can be the basis for initiating criminal proceedings against a user violating the law. Therefore, it is important not to disclose your login and password to other people and not to download any content that is copyright / patent / proprietary from the Internet. The eduroam regulations are available here.
Czestochowa University of Technology
CzestMAN Metropolitan Area Network
ul. Dabrowskiego 71