WiFi at KTH
As student or employee, you have access to free wireless networks at KTH. The WiFi network is called Eduroam which stands for Education roaming and is an international cooperation between universities.
KTH provides all students and employees who have an KTH account access to free wireless networks at the KTH premises, to facilitate study and work.
The WiFi network is called Eduroam which stands for EDUcation ROAMing and is an international cooperation between universities. The idea is that you use your user account at your home university to log in to the wireless network.
Eduroam uses WPA-enterprise, which allows you to access KTH's wireless net without logging in everytime you connect to the net. This will also allow you to use the network on many other universities without any change to your configuration.
(note: WPA-enterprise is not the same as WPA-PSK (pre-shared-key) which we DON'T support).
The eduroam service works at many universities, but you have to check with each place to be sure.
In these pages you will find information and guides on how to access this network with your computer, phone or tablet.
Connect to eduroam
Use eduroam Configuration Assistant Tool (CAT) for configuration or reconfiguration of eduroam.
Eduroam network secret
You will need a special network secret to log in to eduroam wireless network. You cannot use the password you have for your ordinary KTH login.
KTH OPEN is a wireless network on KTH that is public available and is a "captive portal". This means that when you connect to the network you will obtain an IP-address. After you have choosen KTH OPEN as your wireless network you will have to start your preferred webbrowser that will redirect you to the login page. All users that have KTH account are able to login. Guests have to order a login.