OIT is responsible for maintaining the campus area network and for connecting individuals and groups to University of Colorado network resources and the internet. Networking resources include cabling, switches, routers, subnets, IP addressing, DNS, wireless networks, off-campus access and more.
See below for a detailed list of services.
|Service||Who May Get It||Features|
|UCB Wireless||All CU-Boulder affiliates with an active IdentiKey||UCB Wireless provides easy access to the network in approximately 90% of all indoor building space on campus.|
|Guest Wireless||Any guest visiting the CU-Boulder campus.||
Wireless access for CU-Boulder visitors that doesn't require an IdentiKey. Connections last for five hours
|Wired Internet||Faculty, staff, and students||100Mb standard connections in university buildings, residence halls, and university apartments. 1Gb (GigE) connections for faculty and staff whose work would be impeded without GigE.|
|Cisco VPN||CU-Boulder affiliates with an active IdentiKey||An application that provides a long and secure on-campus network connection when you are away from campus or on UCB Wireless. It routes all traffic through the campus network. However, it does not allow split tunneling; home network devices cannot be accessed while using this type of connection.|
|Network Connect VPN||CU-Boulder affiliates with an active IdentiKey||An application that provides a secure on-campus network connection when you are away from campus or on UCB wireless. Use this application to access on-campus resources while still allowing access to your home networked devices.|
|Web-based VPN||CU-Boulder affiliates with an active IdentiKey||A simple web-based VPN connection that allows access to a variety of on-campus and off-campus resources through a web browser that allows for simultaneous connectivity to the CU-Boulder network and your home network.|
|Custom VPN||Departments, groups or services requiring their own protected IP range||Your custom VPN will be configured per your specifications.|
|Name & Address Management||Faculty and staff||Static IP addresses for systems, printers, and devices.|
|Dynamic DNS||DDNS is available to any clients using private IP address space in the campus Active Directory.||Client systems should be on subnets in private IP address space. Client systems should be participating in the campus Active Directory.|