What is ISDN?
Description: ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network) is a set of standards for digital transmission over ordinary telephone lines as well as over other media. The ITS has one set of ISDN telephone lines and can participate in ad hoc point-to-point sessions as well as multi-point sessions if a third-party ISDN bridge is arranged. Since ISDN connections […]
» Subjects: Advanced Networking, Networking » Tags: networking
How do I register a domain name that is outside of the UNC domain
Description: For information about registering a domain name that is outside the UNC domain, visit http://help.unc.edu/help/registering-a-non-unc-domain-name/.
» Subjects: Advanced Networking, Networking, Web
Does Ghost Multicast work on campus?
Description: Does Ghost Multicast work on campus? Multicast is enabled within each individual VLAN (although multicast routing for inter-VLAN traffic is not necessarily configured), so Ghost should work if server and clients are in the same VLAN. The Networking group has found that Ghost multicast doesn’t seem to be in full accordance with the IETF documents […]
» Subjects: Advanced Networking, Networking
What subnets are used on campus? (Onyen Restricted)
» Subjects: Advanced Networking, Networking » Tags: addresses, Class B subnets, Guest Access, IP address, networks, private subnets, subnet mask
What are the campus domain name servers (DNS)?
Description: What are the campus domain name servers (DNS)? ITS Manning – Load Balanced DNS: 184.108.40.206 (fasterpass.its.unc.edu) Preferred ITS Phillips: 220.127.116.11 (ns.unc.edu) ITS Franklin: 18.104.22.168 (ns2.unc.edu) ITS Franklin: 22.214.171.124 (dfranklindns.its.unc.edu) ITS Manning: 126.96.36.199 (dmanningdns.its.unc.edu) We recommend that you use DNS servers from at least two different buildings for redundancy and resiliency. Note: If you choose to […]
» Subjects: Advanced Networking, Networking » Tags: dns, domain name server, networking, networks
System Port Reference
Description: Each computer system has 2-16 back doors (or ports) that other computer systems and programs can access. These port numbers are divided into three ranges: the Well Known Ports, the Registered Ports, and the Private Ports. The Well Known Ports are those from 0 through 1023, and are the ports that other computers will most […]
» Subjects: Advanced Networking, Networking » Tags: ports