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Networks and systems information

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Connecting to the University network

Anyone using the University's network must hold a valid computer username and password, and must be using a computer that is registered on the network.  See Remote access for important information about current requirements.

The following connection methods give you direct access to the University network:

You can get indirect access the University network when connected to the Internet using an external Internet Service Provider (ISP).

To connect indirectly to our network from an external ISP or another network elsewhere you must first configure a Virtual Private Network (VPN). Please note that IT Services' user support for home broadband connections is limited.

You can also connect via another network, using:

  • an ethernet connection elsewhere
  • a wireless connection elsewhere

Network connection policy

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