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Network Connections

Almost every seat in the Bing Wing, and selected areas in Green East, provide access to SUNet via Ethernet ports in tabletops and side tables (next to soft seating). Readers with laptop computers can access catalogs, databases, and other electronic resources, including the Internet, from wherever they happen to be working in the library.

University policy for connecting to Stanford's wireless/wired network is as follows:

  • In order to use the Stanford wireless network, users need to authenticate using their SUNet ID.
  • Individuals who are visiting for conferences should work with their conference coordinators (who will probably in turn contact the Local Network Administrator of their dept.) to obtain a SUNet ID to gain access to the wireless network.
  • Machines on the Stanford network have to be registered in NetDB. Conference coordinators should contact their LNA to get machines registered in NetDB. Those folks using wireless devices or laptops that move from location to location should be setup for roaming DHCP. This will allow them to access the network any place on campus.

Click here more information about wireless in the libraries and throughout the university


Ronnie Fields
User Services Technology Manager
Information Center
Cecil H. Green Library, Stanford University Libraries
rfields@stanford.edu

 

 



Last modified: July 19, 2006

   
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