Scheduled Service Change: Migrate wireless to 10 space: residence halls and campus edge
Little to no effect on most users. \n\nPossible issues:\n\n-- New DHCP leases will be issued as part of the July 21 and 28 activities. Some older machines may not accept the new leases and will need to be rebooted to re-connect.\n\n-- Some long-standing connections to remote servers may be severed and have to be re-established.\n\n-- Some older applications that do not behave properly behind a NAT may no longer work to off-campus locations\n\n-- Some department network ACLs might need to be updated with the new IP range to allow/deny access. The entire access net including wired dorms and all wireless networks will be 10.32.0.0/16. The registration/NQ section of the access net will be 10.32.0.0/16. While protected from direct Internet scanning/hacking, clients on the access net are still vulnerable to drive-by malware on web sites they visit.\n
There is no workaround for this issue
On July 21st and 28th, the campus wireless networks will be migrated to 10-space behind a NAT. This will provide more IP space to expand capacity yet still allow users to access the Internet. \n\nJuly 21 -- the wired networks in residence halls, and the Wi-Fi networks in residence halls and buildings at the edge of campus, will be moved. \n\nJuly 28 -- the Wi-Fi networks serving the central campus...