Eduroam network configuration using Android

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Please make sure that the root certificate of the Deutsche Telekom is properly installed and configured. Always check if the certificate is authentic and valid when connecting to a WLAN. If you encounter any certificate errors while loggin into a WLAN, log out immediatly and do not use that WLAN. Non-observance of this could lead to unauthorized access to your sensitive user data and you could be held responsible for possible damages resulting this.
The root certificate of the Deutsche Telekom(Deutsche Telekom Root CA 2) can be found here:

Android 4.0+

First, download the root certificate of the Deutsche Telekom(Deutsche Telekom ROOT CA 2) to your device. The certificate is available here: Open the download folder by using the "Downloads"-App or navigate manually to the folder.

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Tap on the certificate and give it a proper name, e.g. "dtag".

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Tap on "OK". You will recieve the message that the certificate was successfully installed.

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Open the settings and go to WLAN. "eduroam" should be one of the available networks.

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Tap on "eduroam" to edit the settings. "CA-Certificate" should be the name that you've given the certificate, e.g. "dtag". "Identity" is your username from your hsmw login credentials.

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EAP-Method: PEAP

Phase 2-Authentification: MSCHAPV2

CA-Certificate: dtag


Anonyme Identität: anonymous

Password: Your password

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Tap on "Connect". The connection was successfully established.

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