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 including:
- Ethernet access to the Cornell network backbone. The target service level for the network backbone is 99.999%.
- Redundant connections to the Internet and national research and education networks.
- Overall traffic and capacity management.
- Domain Name Services.
- DHCP service for departments that elect to use it.
- 24/7 monitoring for security breaches and outside attacks.
- Routing for IP (Internet Protocol).
Wired network connections in offices or classrooms are activated upon request by the department.
CIT also maintains dedicated high-speed network connections to Weill Cornell Medical Center and the Cornell Tech campus to promote collaboration between the campuses.
Cornell student housing, which includes most university residence halls and some fraternities and sororities, provides wireless connectivity to the campus network and Internet. Students should connect to the eduroam network.
Only the following student buildings have wired services:
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Active wired network jacks in these residence halls/houses can be used with computers or other network-ready devices including routers, game consoles, Internet-ready TVs, streaming video receivers, etc. Devices must be registered before use on the network. To register a device, please see our Cornell Network Registration and Security System article (must be on campus or connected via VPN).
Cornell IT Service Desk
Normal Business Hours: Monday-Friday, 8am-6pm (Eastern Time)
Emergency Service Disruptions: After Hours Support
Wired network connections in academic and administrative buildings on the Ithaca campus and in some remote offices via Cornell Network Extension.