[Updated 6:20 a.m.] the upgrade work has been completed successfully.
[Original] At 4 a.m. on Thursday, 8/13, TS staff will perform an upgrade to the campus internet link to 1 Gbps from 500 Mbps. There will be a 15-30 minute interruption of internet service during this work affecting all of campus.
Thank you for your patience as we continue to improve our internet service.
We will be doing some configuration changes to the residential internet this morning to solve some service degradation (slow internet speeds). This may cause some short drops in the residential internet during this time. This affects only the residence halls, houses, and Union Ave. fraternities and sororities; academic and administrative internet connectivity will not be affected.
[Updated 2:00 p.m.] Configurations were completed around noon, and the residential internet is returned to full service. Thank you for your patience.
On Wednesday 03/06/2013 between 11:59-03:00am, Integra will be performing scheduled maintenance to repair some inline equipment.
During this maintenance window, you will experience some brief service interruptions on the Integra (ResNet) internet service.
The new “PS-GuestAccess” wireless network has been deployed campus wide for visitors to the campus with no Pugetsound login. It will allow clients out to the internet with no authentication or compliance auditing.
The new Impulse Point NAC server had been implemented for the residential network. It will check machines for virus software, windows updates and shared music and movie files. It will ask to have a profile key installed on the machine for identification, but will be transparent unless a machine is non-compliant.
[Update 3/24/09 6:00 AM] The bandwidth upgrade on the ResNet Internet connection is complete. ResNet now has a 100 Mbps connection to the Internet. Enjoy!
On Tuesday morning, 3/24/09, from 5:30 AM to 6:00 AM the Internet connection for the college’s residential network will be upgraded from 45 Mbps to 100 Mbps (a two-fold increase). The Resnet Internet connection will be unavailable during this time.
The upgraded connection will feature not only a 100 Mbps bandwidth, but also a new traffic shaping model, based on bandwidth, rather than type of traffic. This should reduce many of the application problems we have seen over the past few years.
Some users were not getting IP addresses when connecting to Aruba Wireless. This was do to a shortage of IP addresses in DHCP. I expanded the scope on Saturday to make more IP addresses available. This problem should not reoccurr.
A number of people in Resnet, mostly centered in the Langlow subnet, but not restricted to that area, had been reporting receiving invalid IP addresses, even though they had successfully registered their machines. The dhcpd.conf file had valid bootp entries for these machines as well. An astute student gave us a crucial piece of information – students that had registered after a certain time (unclear, but probably last week) were having the problem, while students resgistered before that time were working properly. This led me to believe that the dhcpd daemon was not running with the current version of its .conf file, and that a restart of the daemon would resolve the problem. When we attempted to restart the dhcpd process, it was found that the restart_dhcpd perl script was not running, whihc would explain the problem. Upon restarting the dhcpd, the problem was resolved.