[tei-council] Ann Arbor spring meeting
kevin.s.hawkins at ultraslavonic.info
Tue Jan 24 18:51:11 EST 2012
Martin, thanks for investigating what MGuest offers and what we need.
You're right that it's insufficient for our needs, so we'll need to get
temporary accounts for everyone. This is similar to what we did for the
2009 conference and it shouldn't be a problem.
(U-M is testing eduRoam, but it's not functional yet.)
On 1/24/2012 4:12 PM, Martin Holmes wrote:
> I was just checking out the wifi access at UMich:
> "Wireless access
> Council members not affiliated with the University of Michigan can use
> MGuest. If the limited access is insufficient, the local organizers can
> ask Desktop Support Services to provide temporary uniqnames."
> The MGuest services is quite restrictive:
> MGuest is limited to web (http), secure web (https) secure mail services
> (IMAPS, POPS, SMTPS) and VPN services:
> HTTP 80
> HTTPS 443 (TLS/SSL)
> POP3s 995 (TLS/SSL)
> IMAPs 993 (TLS/SSL)
> SMTPs 465 (TLS/SSL)
> Secure Shell (SSH) port 22
> VPN access via the following ports is allowed:
> Protocol 47, 50 and 51
> port 500
> port 1701
> UDP port 4500
> UDP port 10000
> MGuest is rate limited to 1Mbps down and 384kbps upload speeds.
> MGuest is treated like a non-UM network; some U-M resource such as
> library journals cannot be accessed.
> That would presumably make my Jenkins server inaccessible, because it
> runs on port 8080:
> And we have other projects running on other ports not on the MGuest
> list. If it's possible to get temporary logins to the main network,
> MWireless, I'd be happier. I'm assuming that UMich doesn't support
> eduroam? Something called "Internet2, Ann Arbor" does, but I don't see
> any mention on the main university site.
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