The following access points are available:
|MB corridor||802.11g||NBI MB wlan|
|QB stairs||802.11g||NBI QB wlan|
|TB stairs||802.11g||NBI TB wlan|
|Small lunchroom||802.11b||NBI FA wlan|
|FC corridor||802.11g||NBI FC wlan|
|KB corridor||802.11g||NBI KB wlan|
|EC computer room||802.11n||NBI EC wlan||Yes|
|KE corridor||802.11g||NBI KE wlan|
|AA office||802.11n||NBI AA wlan||Yes|
|CA corridor||802.11n||NBI CA wlan||Yes|
|CC computer room||802.11g||NBI CC wlan|
|BA corridor||802.11g||NBI BA wlan|
|BB corridor||802.11n||NBI BB wlan||Yes|
|UA meeting room||802.11n||NBI UA wlan||Yes|
The SSID (Server Set IDentifier, or simply network identification) is broadcasted, so you can find the access point with the best signal by scanning for available wireless networks. Almost all access points use WPA2 protocol with TKIP or AES encryption. Therefore you have to enter a password before you can connect. This password can be obtained from the secretaries or from Björn S. Nilsson. The access points use the 802.11g or 802.11n protocols.
Several access points can be connected to via the
system. A prerequisite is a Kerberos password. If you don't have a Kerberos
principal, you can create one at http://www.nbi.ku.dk/password
in a browser on a machine connected to the NBI network.
If you use Windows you must install the SecureW2 client.
General setup parameters for the wireless eduroam at NBI are
username = firstname.lastname@example.org anonymous identity = email@example.com password = Your Kerberos password ssid=eduroam eap = TTLS auth = PAP
Please note: Even if the wireless communication is encrypted it is a good idea to use "safe" protocols like ssh, https etc. when possible.