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Port Deactivations

NCSU sysnews - 2 hours 41 min ago
--- FOLLOWUP POST: 2014-10-17 08:50:48 ---

This is the final notice that the port deactivation script will run on October 20th.

--- FOLLOWUP POST: 2014-10-14 07:01:27 ---

This is an additional notice that the port deactivation script will run on October 20th.

--- FOLLOWUP POST: 2014-10-06 12:57:24 ---

This is the 2 week notice that the port deactivation script will run October 20th, 2014.

--- ORIGINAL POST: 2014-09-22 09:48:45 ---

On Monday, October 20th, 2014, ComTech will reinstate the Port Deactivation Policy, which disables unused switch ports on campus. ComTech will run a script to deactivate any (non-exempt) port that has not been used in the past 180 days.

All buildings that have not been inventoried into the ITRACs system are automatically exempt from this current deactivation session. To see if your building is exempt please click on the "building list" link found on http://itracs-web.comtech.ncsu.edu/public_pla/. Currently inventoried buildings have a green check mark beside them. Exceptions can also be requested using the Outlet Explorer: Idle Jacks & Exception Requests (formally PEMS) tool. The link to this tool is located on the individual Building Inventory page. To review the ComTech policy on port activation/deactivation, please visit the ComTech website at http://oit.ncsu.edu/data-network/network-procedures#Activations.
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Wendell H. Murphy Football Ctr Network Outage (Mon)

NCSU sysnews - 2 hours 41 min ago
Comtech will be replacing the batteries in the uninterruptible power supply (UPS) units that provide emergency power and near-instantaneous protection to our Wendell H. Murphy Football Ctr network switches. The telecommunication closets that we are replacing the batteries at WMF are:

Monday, Oct 20; Rms 158, 218; 7am-8am

All networks will be down during this time (wired, wireless, and VOIP). Only those whose outlet number has the room number will lose network connectivity.

For example: 158-###; 218-### .

Connectivity to the network will be restored once the switches have been plugged into the UPS and have booted up.
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