Validating indentiy on a wireless network

Posted by / 30-Jan-2020 15:15

Museums Victoria computer and network resources must not be used for any illegal, unauthorised or dangerous purpose and must be used in accordance with Australian federal and state laws, and the policies and by-laws of the Museums Board of Victoria.

Museums Victoria computer and network must not be used to defame, libel, ridicule, or disparage any person or organisation.

It must not be used to access or display material that is discriminatory or otherwise inappropriate.

The network name for the secure Wi Fi network is eduroam. The Wi Fi Network Authentication type is WPA2 Enterprise. If your Wi Fi device does not support WPA2/AES, select WPA authentication and TKIP encryption.

When you contact us to get an updated version of CMVA, please let us know what you would like to use it for.

The generic settings below will allow you to configure a Wi Fi device to connect to eduroam.

while on a Museums Victoria campus) and confirm their successful authentication and connection by Museums Victoria eduroam infrastructure before travelling to other participating institutions.

The following authentication parameters apply to authentication of Museum Victoria staff for eduroam: Security: WPA2-Enterprise Encryption: AESEAP Method: PEAPInner Method: MSCHAPV2Identity: @Anonymous Identity: Do not configure an anonymous identity CA Certificate: Do not validate.

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Here are some specific use cases we’ve encountered: If you are a user of CMVA, let us know how you have used it!