IT ServicesStudents

Wi-Fi

iPhone & iPad

To complete the connection, you will be required to enter your Loughborough University Username and Password.

Connecting to eduroam

Our video guide will help you to securely connect your device to the campus network in less than two minutes!

Video guide

Learn how to connect your iPhone/iPad device to eduroam, the university's campus network

1

Settings

Settings Open Wi-Fi settings > select setup-wifi.

2

Cloudpath

Once connected > open Safari > type in https://cloudpath.lboro.ac.uk.

3

Loughborough Credentials

Type in your Loughborough username and password > click Continue.

4

AUP

Read and Accept the Acceptable Use Policy (AUP).

5

Certificates

If you have previously connected to eduroam you can review your devices and delete certificates which are not in use.

  • If you are using an existing device, select the device name from the list and click ‘continue’.
  • If this is a new device, select 'This is an additional device' fill in the Name for the device and click ‘continue’.
6

Allow

In the pop-up box  > click Allow to be redirected to your settings.

7

Profiles

Once Connected go back to General settings select Profiles.

Note: If on iOS 15 once connected go back to General settings  and select VPN and Device Management.

8

Install eduroam

Select eduroam and click install and enter your device password > then click install again (top right hand corner).

9

Connect

Once profile is installed click Done > Go to Wi-Fi and select eduroam.

Once connected, learn how to...

  • Access your Student Outlook Email account - set up email using the iOS Mail App
  • Access to University resources when off campus - set up Cisco AnyConnect VPN on your iOS device

Important notice: iOS 15 (iCloud+ subscription)

From iOS 15 and the next version of macOS (Monterey) Apple are introducing iCloud Private Relay. This is an always on VPN that tunnels traffic out via Apple servers and is part of the iCloud+ subscription.

Devices using this service will be unable to access internal campus resources as the traffic will originate from external to the university. It also circumvents protection we provide to protect campus users.

As such we have decided to block this for on campus users. This means that any user with it enabled will get an alert saying that they need to either disable Private Relay for your network or choose another network.

   

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