Engineering has a number of managed wireless networks, each one designed and implemented with a specific set of users in mind. The most widely deployed wireless networks at Engineering are as follows:
eduroam is an international roaming service that the University deploys for all current staff and students.
- Setting up eduroam for use in Cambridge and elsewhere
- Obtaining your network authentication token for eduroam
- Network access restrictions for eduroam at Engineering
UniOfCam is provided by the University Information Services and is intended for all current staff and students. In addition to staff and student, UniOfCam also allows the use of temporary tickets for University visitors.
Note: This connection is unencrypted, all staff and students should use eduroam where available.
To access select “UniOfCam” and login with your password for Raven each time you connect to an access point. If you are not prompted for your Raven credentials on connection please open an internet browser and navigate to a non HTTPS page, e.g. http://www.bbc.co.uk
UniOfCam-Guest is provided by the University Information Services and allows visitors and guests of the University to connect to a guest wifi network using their social media accounts, such as Facebook and Twitter. Find out more about this service.
The CUED wireless network is intended for Engineering staff and postgraduate students who require network access equivalent to a departmental wired connection with full access to internal Engineering network resources. Access is granted via request.
- Requesting access to CUED WiFi
- Connecting to the CUED WiFi
- Network access restrictions for CUED WiFi