Chapter 10. Information Technology
Section 10.7. Telecommunication Services
To insure the reliability and functionality of the Universitys network, all network devices (hubs, routers, switches, wireless network devices, etc.) are purchased and managed by Telecommunication Services. Any exception to this policy must be approved by Telecommunication Services.
All network hosts or network addresses (used for ppp, slip, virtual interfaces, etc.) must be registered with Telecommunications Services. Data needed to register a host includes hostname, IP address, ethernet address, and host location (building, room). Department system administrators are responsible for maintaining this information for their respective departments.
Attempts to contact Telecommunications Services equipment via telnet, SNMP requests, or other network management protocols is prohibited.
Use of network applications which compromise the security, reliability, or integrity of the Universitys network is prohibited. Examples include network snooping, port scanning network ports, network denial-of-service programs, advertising network routing information, etc.
Any device that causes or transmits packets that do not meet specifications (such as IEEE 802.3) shall not be connected, or may be removed from, the network.
To request network service or network jack activation, do the following:
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