IP Address and Hostname Management | Office of Information Technology

IP Address and Hostname Management

Last Updated: 07/01/2016

Overview

OIT assists customers with name and address management by providing Static IP addresses and Dynamic DNS. Learn more about getting a Static IP address below.

About Static IP Address Assignments

Static IP addresses are needed for devices such as printers or servers that need the same IP address all the time.  DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) is the campus standard and should be used for all devices that do not need a static IP address. A Static IP address must be assigned by OIT and it must be manually configured in the device, it is not configured automatically. Static IP addresses are not assigned for UCB Wireless.

IP Ranges for Server Administrators

All public IP space for CU Boulder can be described by the following notation:

  • 128.138.0.0/16  
  • 198.11.16.0/20

UCB Wireless addresses:

  • 10.200.0.0/14

UCB Guest Wireless:

  • 10.216.0.0/14

Eduroam Wireless:

  • 10.232.0.0/14

UCB DNS Servers

  • 128.138.240.1
  • 128.138.130.30
  • 128.138.129.76

Features

Dedicated IP address for your computer, server, printer, or device that does not change.

Who can get it

CU-Boulder faculty and staff.

How to get it

Only campus IT Practitioners (ITPs) can request and obtain a static IP. Visit the Campus IT Practitioners & IT Communications Liaisons page for a list of current ITPs, or if you need to become one, fill out the ITP form to submit your information.

  1. Please fill out the Static IP Request Form for any new IP assignments you need. IdentiKey login required.
  2. A confirmation email message will be sent to the address entered below. The actual IP assignment will also be sent to this same address.
  3. If you have any questions, refer to the Help icons that appear next to each field in the form, email help@colorado.edu, or call 303-735-4357 (5-HELP).

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