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Where to see OpenRoaming in action

OpenRoaming locations, given the relative 'novelty' of the technology and its growth, are still somewhat sporadic, depending on your location. The Wireless Broadband Alliance took the eduroam Map as an example (encouraged by eduroam community members) to publish its own map at - This map uses the WiGLE service to use crowdsourced data to populate the map and is generally accurate within 24 hours. Non-residential locations generally show up as clusters of at least 4 pins together (a pin per band per SSID).


GeGC to decide on terms and conditions for letting random SPs serve eduroam users.