What is the UNC-PSK SSID? (Onyen Restricted)
» Subjects: Campus Information, Networking, Wireless Networking » Tags: access point, networking, pre-shared key, PSK, SSID, UNC-PSK, UNC-PSK SSID, UNC-Secure, wireless
What is the guest wireless network (UNC-Guest)?
Description: Currently, the Guest Access vlan uses UNC-Guest SSID and is available for select 802.11 wireless locations including Athletics Pressbox, Friday Center, School of Government and Business School. Should you need access in one of these locations, please contact the appropriate IT support person at each of these locations to obtain the necessary SSID value to […]
» Subjects: Networking, Wireless Networking » Tags: Guest Access, networking, Public Access, Tar-Heel, Tar-Heel SSID, UNC-Guest-PSK, UNC-PSK, wireless
What are the campus domain name servers (DNS)?
Description: What are the campus domain name servers (DNS)? ITS Manning – Load Balanced DNS: 126.96.36.199 (fasterpass.its.unc.edu) Preferred ITS Phillips: 188.8.131.52 (ns.unc.edu) ITS Franklin: 184.108.40.206 (ns2.unc.edu) We recommend that you use DNS servers from at least two different buildings for redundancy and resiliency. Note: If you choose to point to off-campus DNS servers, please be advised […]
» Subjects: Advanced Networking, Networking » Tags: dns, domain name server, networking, networks
Is ‘guest’ wireless network access available on campus?
Description: Is ‘guest’ wireless network access available on campus? Guest network access is specifically for visitors bringing their own device with 802.11 wireless (Wi-Fi) capability to connect from campus to the Internet. Guest access is granted short-term for individuals or groups with legitimate business or academic needs and are sponsored by a University department. The UNC-Guest […]
» Subjects: Network Basics, Networking, Wireless Networking » Tags: Guest Access, networking, Public Access, Tar-Heel, wireless
What are the wireless IP subnet ranges used on campus? (Onyen Restricted)
» Subjects: Networking, Wireless Networking » Tags: eduroam, IP ranges, IP subnet, networking, SSIDs, subnets, UNC-Secure, wifi, wireless
Is there a way to turn off wireless access in a classroom?
Description: It’s not possible — access point deployment is such that one AP could serve multiple classrooms and offices; furthermore, the nature of LWAPP/CAPWAP technology is such that all APs are aware of the entire system of APs within their coverage area. If one AP is turned off or dies, all the other APs in the […]
» Subjects: Networking, WiFi » Tags: classrooms, networking, wireless
ITS Wireless Networking Policy Statement
Description: Data Network Policy Data Network Standard Wireless Standard On May 2, 2017 new Policy and Standards superseded this Policy. This page was updated to direct to the new documents.
» Subjects: Network Policy, Networking » Tags: networking, networking policy, wireless network cards