The public interface to the eduroam AU AdminTool provides several useful information pages:
See “eduroam AU AdminTool User Guide” for details on the public interface to the eduroam AU AdminTool.
The eduroam AU public interface provides summary information on eduroam AU participants, via the Institutions->Participants menu item.
Each institution entry provides links to the institution’s specific eduroam information page and the institutions network access Acceptable Use Policy.
The institution’s eduroam information page should describe any network access restrictions imposed due to local policy on eduroam users.
It is recommended that eduroam users read the visited institution’s Acceptable Use Policy and ensure they comply with it.
Note: users are required to comply with their home institution’s acceptable use policy (AUPs), which, given the closed community of eduroam users i.e. people involved in education and/or research, it is assumed that AUPs will be equivalent. If an eduroam service provider institution observed network activity in breach of its AUP (e.g. download of copyright or illegal materials) they should identify the device MAC address and home institution from RADIUS logs, and pass on the RADIUS logs and description of noncompliant activity (e.g. copyright infringement notification) to the identified home institution. The home institution should take action against the user as if the user had performed the activity on the home network.
Users can identify the closest eduroam hotspot using the Service->Closest eduroam menu item.
Users can view all eduroam hotspots globally (at least, those that have been entered into the eduroam Global Database) using the Service->World eduroam menu item.