Network articles - IT Services

Account management,
How to get an account, connect to the network, and forward email
Connecting a system to the Physics cable network
Connecting a system to the Physics cable (non-wireless) network
Connecting to the Wireless in Physics using Ubuntu
This page details how to connect to Physics_S using Ubuntu
How to use rsync
Introduction to transferring files between systems
MAC addresses
How to obtain your MAC address on your laptop
Network Services
Overview on the Networking Services, what they cover and how to get in contact.
Recommendations for Connecting Systems to the Physics Cable Network
Recommended procedures for connecting systems to the cable network
Registering a Computer on the Physics Network
Connecting a computer to the network and details how to obtain your MAC Address.
Virus Detection
Information on viruses and the virus protection used in the department.
VPN Access in Windows
Connecting to the Physics VPN using the Windows operating system
VPN Services
VPN Services
Wake on LAN on the Physics Network
wakeonlan
Windows Security and the Physics Network Policy statement
Windows Security and the Physics Network Policy statement for the department
Wireless Base stations within Physics
A list of the wireless base stations located around the department
Wireless connection for Mac OS X 10.6
Connecting to wireless Physics_S network with Mac OS X 10.6
Wireless connection using Microsoft Windows 7
Connecting to Physics_S using Microsoft Windows 7

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