How can I give access to Eduroam users to wireless classroom AV ?
The advantage of built-in multiple network capability
What is Eduroam?
Eduroam is a secure, worldwide roaming access service used by the international research and education community. It allows students, researchers and staff from institutions to obtain Internet connectivity across campus and when onsite at other Eduroam participating institutions.
The service began in Europe, expanded rapidly, and is now available in more than 100 countries.
The WolfVision advantage when using Eduroam
WolfVision Cynap systems offer great flexibility when planning network integration. With support for up to three networks (depending on model), your Cynap system has built-in capability to support your Eduroam wireless network in addition to your own internal network right out of the box.
In universities or other educational institutions where Bonjour and mDNS services are disabled, Cynap systems support Bluetooth device discovery, enabling Eduroam laptop, tablet, and smartphone users to find Cynap devices easily for convenient wireless connectivity across campus.
With WPA Enterprise security, connection is always secure, and when BSSID is configured, space can be reserved for connection to an access point ensuring a smooth user experience.
Easy integration for Eduroam users
In educational institutions where the Eduroam worldwide roaming access service is in use, Cynap systems can be easily integrated into network infrastructure to provide convenient wireless sharing across campus.
- Configure Cynap / vSolution MATRIX on its own subnet over LAN
- Streaming traffic stays on the subnet - no overloading other parts of the network
- Connect wireless network to Eduroam
- Quick and easy screen sharing for Eduroam users
- Built-in Bluetooth device discovery lets users find their Cynap system easily (Eduroam doesn't support mDNS or Bonjour device discovery)