It is recommended to use the automatic setup for Eduroam in order to get the most stable connection. If you experience being connected automatically to nmbu-guest, please have a look below.
Automatic set up for OSX.
1. Go to cat.eduroam.org
2. Download and run the eduroam-installer
Remember: The full user name for NMBU eduroam is «firstname.lastname@example.org».
Suffixes like «@ans.nmbu.no» or «@stud.nmbu.no» does not exist. The only valid suffix is «@nmbu.no»
Open the Wi-Fi icon in the top menu bar and hit Open Network Preferences
Disconnect the current network profile Eduroam
Now go to Advanced
Locate Eduroam and hit the – sign to remove the profile permanently, now hit OK
Again open the Wi-Fi icon and choose Eduroam
In the username field fill in email@example.com, in the password field fill in your NMBU password (zone1 from umb) and then hit Join
Hit Show Certificate.
Expand the NMBURootCA and make sure all is set to Always Trust now hit Continue.
Now in this dialog , leave your username as it is and fill in your local computer user password. Finish of by hitting the Update Settings button
Have you used nmbu-guest it is important to delete nmbu-guest network profile from OS X, in order to avoid the device automatically jumps from eduroam to nmbu-guest.
Click the network-icon on the menu bar and choose Open Network Preferences
Select nmbu-guest and click –
nmbu-guest is now removed as a remembered network and will not connect automatically until it is manually added.