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Staff, students and guests can access secure wireless access to the internet at St George’s, University of London through the Janet Roaming Service (JRS), also known as eduroam.
Visit the eduroam website for more information.
JRS allows members of participating institutions to access the internet at any other organisation taking part in the scheme by using their own username and password. For more information and a list of participating Janet sites, please see the Janet website.
When you visit a participating university, you will be able to access the internet including the usual services provided by your institution.
All users of the St George’s JRS are required to adhere to, and are bound by, the university’s regulations for using IT facilities, network conditions of use policy, and the Janet acceptable use policy.
To connect to the JRS service you will need:
a wireless-enabled device (laptop, smartphone, tablet etc.)
the latest updates and service packs applied
a valid username and password (these are usually in the format firstname.lastname@example.org – eg email@example.com).
Look for the wireless network ‘eduroam’ in the following areas:
Ground floor: foyer.
First floor: library. Situated in the central reading area outside CRR3.
Second floor: the Dragon Bar and conference rooms.
Fourth floor: teaching rooms and clinical cubicles.
Fifth floor: GEP base rooms, PBL rooms and teaching rooms.
Ground floor: Pret.
Additional areas throughout Jenner Wing, although this service is not intended for production use.
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St George’s JRS connection guide for Windows 10 (PDF)
St George’s JRS connection guide for Windows 7 (PDF)
St George’s JRS connection guide for Mac OS X 10.5 and 10.6 (PDF)
St George’s JRS connection guide for Mac OS X 10.7 (PDF)
St George’s JRS connection guide for iPhone/iPad (PDF)
St George’s JRS connection guide for Android and other devices (PDF)
You can expect to connect to all services outlined in the eduroam technical specification.
If your home institution requires you to register for it's JRS service, then you must have done so before using the the St George's, University of London JRS service.
All visitors are required to adhere to, and are bound by, the St George's, University of London Regulations for using IT Facilities and Network Conditions of Use policy and the JANET Acceptable Use policy.
a wireless enabled device (laptop, Apple notebook)
a valid username and password (these are usually in the format firstname.lastname@example.org - eg email@example.com).
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