The ITRP Equipment Refresh Program is the CSU's effort to maintain baseline intra-campus IP
networks and is comprised of
- The replacement of aged network equipment in state-owned buildings
- The upgrade or addition of equipment and software to maintain currency with appropriate network
technology advances and evolving user needs
- Training for the principal network campus staff that support the campus networks
- Maintenance coverage of core network devices
Many classrooms on campus are configured with network connections. TNS provides a list of
Active Classrooms .
Standards and Practices for Telcommunications Related Projects
The installatioin of cabling and network equipment follows set standards such as the Chancellors Office's
TIPS Standards 4th Edition and the BICSI standards.
TNS provides additional Standards and Documentation
to the General Contractor related to Telecommunitations and Networking projects.
A computer must be registered in DHCP before it can connect to the campus network.
The DHCP Request form must be completed
through the online system (ITCs) or by email at
or fax (x6161).
The campus has wireless access except in a few isolated locations.
A map will soon be posted showing the dead zones.
Guests to the campus can request access to the wireless services
by contacting the Help Desk at 707-826-4357. Please visit the
Information Technology Services
web site for additional help accessing the wireless network
A requirement of the new infrastructure project funded by the Chancellor's office is, only pre-approved
ethernet cables can be used on campus. Enough cables have been provided to the departments to meet
current demands. To purchase additional cables from Telecommunications and Network Services, please fill out
Ethernet Cable Request form and submit it to Telecommunications.