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University IT Service Catalogue

 

Local Network Services

Information For Users Of The Service Catalogue

The University IT Service Catalogue will be decommissioned in the Summer of 2021. This website is no longer being maintained.  

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https://help.uis.cam.ac.uk/service

Access to the local network, the Cambridge University Data Network (CUDN) and the internet for Department of Physiology, Development and Neuroscience (PDN) members and academic visitors.

Features and Benefits

Service Features & Benefits 
Local, fast and reliable connectivity to CUDN and the internet, providing:
  • secure, high-speed wired access accross the Department with fixed addresses
  • WiFi coverage supporting UniofCam and Eduroam connections for mobile devices
  • locally-bridged SSID provided by UIS but locally configured and supported.

Local Network Services provide reliable high speed internet access and offer a consistent WiFi service portfolio across the entire Department.

Service Availability

Service Availability 

Wired network connections are available to all members of the Department and authorised guests 24/7 via self-service (should out-of-hours access to the building be granted). Exceptions can be made for some visitors to access the wired network; responsibility for them rests with their host.

WiFi coverage via Eduroam requires an initial configuration procedure. Eduroam is available to University members and academic visitors who already have an Eduroam account. 

UniofCam is available to members of the University via self-service with Raven authentication.

Visitors without an Eduroam account may be issued with short-term guest tokens for UniofCam by their hosts or from the IT Support Team.

Support Information

Service Support Details 

IT support is offered during normal opening times:

Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm

Email: itsupport@pdn.cam.ac.uk

Service Supplier
Department of Physiology Development and Neuroscience