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IUPUI Specific Services

(See also: IUB Specific Services)

Standard Datajack Connectivity

Our basic mode of service to the end user on the IUPUI campus is switched Ethernet to the datajack in the office, dorm room, or public area.

Inter-Building (Backbone) Connectivity Buildings are connected to the campus backbone utilizing switched Ethernet technology and fiber optic cable. Where fiber is not available, buildings are connected via a T1 (1.544 Mbps) serial link.
Internet Service University connected users access the commodity Internet via a DS3 (45Mbs) link.
Remote Access Modem Pool Modems are available to students, faculty, and staff at speeds up to 56Kps for dial-up access.
Wireless Network Support Network Services provides consultation, installation and operational support of wireless access-points for university departments.
Intercampus Connectivity Telecommunication Data/Video engineers maintain operational support of the Wide Area Network (WAN) comprising of 2 core and 6 regional campuses.
DHCP Services DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) is a network protocol that enables a DHCP server to automatically assign an IP address to an individual computer's TCP/IP stack software.

See the master index of services for a complete list of telecommunications services.


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