This guideline shows how to configure Windows XP (Service Pack 2 or above) to connect to UM wireless network at campus. Configuration Steps: Step 1. Enable the Windows XP build-in Wireless LAN connection service Open the “Command Prompt” from Start-> Programs-> Accessories-> Command Prompt, type in “sc config wzcsvc start= auto” (there have one space character between […]
Currently there are 14 outdoor wireless access points on campus covering mainly the squares, Central Avenues and their surrounding areas, campus bus stops, playgrounds of residential colleges and public lounge areas of staff quarter. Staff, students and visitors could access UM Wireless LAN services within the areas marked in below map.
eduroam This SSID provides roaming service for guest from eduroam member institutions, guest can use their wireless ID and password of the affiliated institution to login UM wireless LAN system. (Please click here for more details of eduroam service). Standard of data encryption and authentication: WPA2 with AES. Devices which are suitable for this SSID: Windows […]
UM_WLAN_PORTAL This SSID provides an extremely easy connectivity; it is suitable for all portable devices which are weak compatible (such as old model mobile phone or PDA etc), use for short period of time; Data Security: For balancing the connectivity and security, this SSID only provide secure authentication not the data encryption, so please DO […]
UM_SECURED_WLAN This SSID provides strong security mechanism and suitable for almost modern devices. All UM staffs are advised to use this SSID for Wireless LAN connection. Data Security: High grade of security with strong encryption algorithm; please make sure that the hardware capacity of your device is sufficient to handle the operation of strong encryption […]
The Service Set Identifier (SSID) just like the entry address of Wireless LAN system, at least each client user should choose one SSID for connecting to the Wireless LAN network with some parameters and settings which suitable for chosen SSID. Due to different purposes, there are 4 SSID provided by UM Wireless network service: UM_SECURED_WLAN UM_WLAN_PORTAL […]
ICTO provides SSID “UM_WLAN_PORTAL” for captive portal service which can be access by internal user or guest. “UM_WLAN_PORTAL” is used for our staff to connect to the Wireless network service more easily and quickly, It is suitable for all portable devices which are weak compatible (such as mobile phone or PDA etc), use for short […]
No, you must input the login ID with “@umac.mo” for eduroam login.
When you use the eduroam while you are traveling in other regions, you should use your UMPASS account with a suffix “@umac.mo” as login ID, the following is an example of valid ID format for eduroam service: Login ID: firstname.lastname@example.org Password: your UMPASS account password.
There is only one reason which is you would like to try and verify the connectivity of the eduroam service before your travel. Since local eduroam is for the guests who visit UM so many UM IT applications/services are not supported local eduroam connection.