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Networking

CIS maintains all the cables, fibers, switches, microwave equipment, cable-TV network and other components that make up WHOInet. CIS provides Ethernet network services to most of its buildings and employees. There are about 2,400 network connection jacks available in 32 buildings linked with 56 switches/routers. At present, there are about 3,500 computers, servers, and printers connected. Connections are usually made at 1000 Mbits/sec (1 Gb/sec).

CIS Network Group
Hartley Hoskins, Group Leader
Mike Bishop
John Krauspe
Alicia Rose
Matt Yorston
Al Kuntz

 
About WHOInet
Acceptable Use
Ethernet Connections
Network Response Time
IP Addresses
Network Registrations
Network Registration System
Service Registration System the WHOI firewall exceptions request form
Network Connections
Request a Network Connection
Configure your Network Connection
Request Wireless/Wired Network for a Meeting
Hostname Lookup
Troubleshooting Network Connections
Remote Access and Wireless
Remote Access
Virtual Private Networking
Wireless Networks