Networking Tools (Onyen Restricted)
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What are the eduroam 802.1X wireless IP subnet ranges used on campus? (Onyen Restricted)
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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 https://help.unc.edu/help/registering-a-non-unc-domain-name/.
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Network User Information Tool (Onyen Restricted)
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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 standards […]
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What subnets are used on campus? (Onyen Restricted)
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What are the campus domain name servers (DNS)?
Description: UNC Information Technology Services maintains two sets of DNS servers to support campus operations. Recursive DNS – Campus Facing: These servers are typically assigned to clients automatically at boot time, but some devices may have static configurations set by administrators.  Departments operating their own DNS services should be configured to forward DNS queries to these […]
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Public Network Information Tool (NIT) (Onyen Restricted)
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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 […]
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Ethernet Networking with Dual-homed Systems: Do I know you?
Description: Whenever you set up a system with more than one Ethernet connection, make sure the traffic is going where you think it's going, or else it could be going everywhere!
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