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Scheduled Downtime - Public to private IP addresses in ARCH

Original Outage - 02/13/2018 07:00

Outage Details:
IT technicians are moving existing public IP addresses to private IP addresses in the Donald W. Reynolds School of Architecture (Bldg. 0009). This work is part of an ongoing campuswide project to increase the number of available public IP addresses. Another benefit is that the network will have increased security and speed.

Most employees will not notice any change after the private IP addresses are installed. Network downtime will be minimal.
02/15/2018 08:32
People/Groups Affected:
Faculty Staff Students General Public
Campuses Affected:
Services Affected:
Network: Connectivity - Wired
Telecommunications: VoIP phones
Estimated Resolved Time:
02/13/2018 07:30
Technical Details:
No additional information is available at this time.
Additional Information:
Affected building: Donald W. Reynolds School of Architecture (Bldg. 0009).

IP (Internet Protocol) addresses are simply the address of a computer or device on a network. Public IP addresses are those that can be publicly "seen" by other computers. Many private IP addresses can at attached to a single public IP address, but cannot be seen by the public.
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