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Connecting to the Campus Network

Network Connection Options

This section describes network connection options for faculty and staff on central campus.

Connections at the School of Medicine are administered by School Of Medicine Desktop Support

Student Residence Connections (Old Campus, Residential Colleges, Helen Hadley Hall, Hall of Graduate Studies) are administered by ITS Academic Media & Technology


On Campus Connections

DNO provides Ethernet connections in campus buildings.

Ethernet operates at 10 and 100 megabits/second and is the preferred type of connection. It is available for Windows, Macintosh and Unix workstations. 100 megabit/second Ethernet ("Fast Ethernet") is considerably more expensive than standard Ethernet and will not necessarily result in noticeably improved performance. DNO will provide an analysis and recommendation for those interested in Fast Ethernet connections.

Connectivity for departmental LANs is also available. Contact joseph.paolillo@yale.edu for additional information.


Off Campus Connections (Remote Access)

Dial-up access is available to connect to the Yale Network from off campus locations.

PPP (Point To Point Protocol) provides TCP/IP access for Windows, Macintosh and Unix workstations at 56Kb using the v.90 and K56Flex protocols. All standard speeds (33.6Kb to 300b) are supported as well.

An in-depth description of these services and machine requirements is available through Remote Access Support .

 

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