How to get started using the Research Network
Is your institution already on the Research Network?
You can see this in the list of connected institutions.
You can also find the Research Network's agreement with the connected institutions on what level of service they can expect in a number of areas here.
My student accommodation would like to be on the Research Network
If you want to investigate the possibilities, then it is a good idea to contact the dormitory administrator to proceed with the project, as described on the page about connecting dormitories.
I want to be on the research network no matter where I am No matter where you are in the world on the Internet, you can use the eduVPN service to get an address on the Danish Research Network. See more about eduVPN here.
I am a supplier and would like to provide services over the Research Network
If you are a supplier who would like to join the Research Network, you can find the details here.
How to use DeiC's services (abroad)
In connection with the Research Network, DeiC also operates a number of services. These are, for example, the internet connection eduroam, video conferencing systems, the login system WAYF and much more.
However, you do not need to be connected to the Research Network, because the services can actually be used anywhere in the world that is on the Internet. Some services are free, but for most, your institution must be connected. You can find a complete list and read more about the individual services here.
If you are affiliated with a Danish institution, but move around the world a lot, you can via the Research Network's login service, WAYF, continue to use the services exactly as if you were in Denmark. If you are not part of the teaching or research environment, but are involved in projects or research collaborations with an academic institution, this will typically be able to help provide access to the services you need.
The Research Network is for you who are a researcher, student or employed at one of the connected institutions.