Network & Internet
The CU VPN service is upgrading AnyConnect clients for MacOS, Windows, and Linux computers to version 4.6.00362. The new version of the client will be available starting June 5, 2018.Read more
On Saturday, June 16, 2018, between 4:00am and 12:00pm, campus Wi-Fi networks will be upgraded. During this time, users may not be able to access the eduroam, Cornell-Visitor, or RedRover wireless networks.Read more
Accessible websites are designed to be usable by anyone, regardless of device, language, culture, location, or physical or mental ability. Specifically, web accessibility is a set of practices, choices, and standards aimed at making websites that people with a diverse range of hearing, movement...Read more
The Infrastructure team is engaged in a two-year plan to upgrade all campus node routers to new Juniper routers and all building uplinks to 10G Ethernet.Read more
Changes are coming to the Cornell-Visitor Wi-Fi network that will enable visitors to use more applications other than web browsing.Read more
Domain name system (DNS) servers maintain a list of IP addresses and corresponding names for all the servers on the Internet. Your computer has to be able to connect to a DNS server in order for you to be able to use the Internet.
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is a TCP/IP...Read more
Wired network service is available in academic and administrative buildings on the Ithaca campus, as well as in some remote offices via Cornell Network Extension.
Cornell Information Technologies (CIT) provides universal services for all wired connections to the campus network...Read more
The NetID is a unique electronic identifier in which the password permits secure access to non-public Cornell resources and information. Types of NetIDs include roles such as student, faculty, staff, and alumni.
NetIDs are unique and permanent. The same NetID is never reassigned to...Read more