The University of Cambridge Wireless service provides wireless coverage at most departments, many colleges and outdoor locations throughout the University and the city centre. Three services are supported:
- UniOfCam. This browser-based service is available to holders of Raven accounts who are registered as current users (principally current University staff and students) and to guests of the University who have a temporary ticket. This is the simpler connection method as it requires no special configuration. If you need to provide wireless access to a visitor to the University, this is the service to use if they do not have an eduroam account.
- eduroam is an international initiative for academic visitors or internal users. To use eduroam you will need to explicitly configure your wireless device. A handy eduroam configuration tool is available to help you with this and it is a free download. If you are a visitor to Cambridge you need to setup eduroam before you arrive in Cambridge. Instructions for Cambridge users are available in the these pages.
- The Cloud. This is a free to use service for the general public available in some of the parks and open spaces around Cambridge. The accounts are with The Cloud - a private company - rather than the University and are created using a self registration method.