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Network Administration for IT Staff

Read about network tools available to IT staff at UB.

6/19/14
We offer a variety of reporting and troubleshooting tools to all members of the UBIT community.
6/19/14
Network monitoring is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week* to hosts on a subscription basis. Upon an alarming event, we will notify IT Support Staff by mode of choice and alert them of an availability problem. Service allows for time of day variance.
6/19/14
Power Survivability Service provides a solution for departments located in buildings that already have an emergency generator who wish to maintain telephone and network connectivity during scheduled and unscheduled interruptions in power. 
7/22/14
Network Attached Peripherals (NAP) Private VLANs provide a layer of additional protection for network attached peripherals including printers, electronic billboards, monitoring devices, door controllers and cameras against “network attacks” from non-UB networks and from UB ResNet, UB OpenPort and UB Wi-Fi networks. (Access to NAP VLAN's is allowed from UB Secure Wi-Fi, but not from other Wi-Fi SSID's.)
6/19/14
Windows Internet Name Service (WINS) is to NetBIOS names what DNS is to domain names — a central mapping of host names to network addresses.  See more about WINS service at UB.