DNS Articles back Search titles Show titles with any search term. See all topics Network Registry DNS Registrations for Your Subnet If you're responsible for network connections in your department or building, you need to register all the network devices into DNS as per university policy 5.7, Network Registry. For more... How to Comply with Network Registration Policy If you're responsible for network connections in your department or building, you need to register all the network devices into DNS as per University Policy 5.7, Network Registry.... Plan and Implement DHCP on Your Subnet Consider the configuration options described below when planning your subnet for DHCP. When you've determined your needs, CIT will assist with set up. Contact CIT by sending email to the ... Glossary of Network Registry Terms Used at Cornell DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) An Internet protocol used to automatically assign IP addresses and to deliver information such as router and printer addresses. DNS (Domain... IP Addresses and Subnets at Cornell What Are IP Addresses and How Are They Used? IP (Internet Protocol) addresses are used to identify hosts on the campus network that in turn ties into the Internet, a global network. A... Network Registry for Visitors Technical Support Providers can configure visitor access for their departmental networks in a variety of ways.