Network services provides San Diego State University with an efficient and advanced network computing environment, including the installation, configuration and management of wired and wireless connections and connectivity. Network Services offers design and consulting services to campus departments and colleges, and maintains faculty/staff email systems.
Repair costs for equipment purchased by TNS, and used in common with the campus community, are assumed by TNS. Any costs for repair of non-SDSU held equipment, including items owned and operated by the SDSU Foundation, Aztec Shops and others, or items damaged by users, is subject to a $58.00 hourly rate.
For inquiries on installation and other associated networking costs, please see our current Rates, or call 594-3500. Questions regarding campus network operations, policy and standards may be made directly to the Telecommunications & Network Services Director, at 594-3245. Please review Policy & Standards for the latest information.
Telecommunications & Network Services provides network design and consultation for new campus installations and upgrades to an existing Local Area Networks (LANs). Consultations are provided as a courtesy of TNS and are free of charge. To schedule a consultation, or for more information, please contact your area’s Technical Coordinator (TC) or call 594-3500.
Network Services charges a one-time-only fee for the installation of any authorized networking equipment. All charges are subject to change without notice.
Operations: Kent McKelvey, Director
Building: Education and Business Administration, EBA-129
General Info: 619-594-3500
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Information on firewalls is provided by the IT Security Office (ITSO) at http://security.sdsu.edu/services/security/
Policy and Procedures
Acceptable Use Policy: The SDSU Acceptable Use Policies (AUPs) are strictly enforced. Failure to follow policies will result in loss of campus network access and may include civil and/or criminal prosecution. AUPs are located at http://security.sdsu.edu/. Use of this network implies that you have read, understood, and agree to comply with all SDSU AUPs. Please review Policy & Standards for the latest information.
For general network service or to request a connection, move an existing connection, or to report a problem, choose: Network Service Request.
Telecommunications and Network Services provides the SDSU community with a centrally-managed wireless network. The network is 802.11 b/g, commonly known as Wi-Fi.
Additional Wireless Information
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