The latest on Internet address changes - May 19 update

May 17, 2008Duke Law News

As scheduled, the IP address ranges assigned to the law school were changed on the 17th by staff from the Office of Information Technology. Difficulties were encountered in reconfiguring the law school's Novell servers. Computing services staff, in consultation with OIT staff and Novell engineers, have been working to address these issues.

Computers in the law school should all have or acquire a new IP address when they are booted. If you are confronted with a "Netreg" window when using your Web browser, please restart your computer.

Networked file and print services should be functional for all law school users. If a printer is not functioning, please try turning it off and on, then call the Computing helpline at 613-7072.

Laptop and home users should consult this page for instructions.

All GroupWise mail services have been restored except for webmail client access. We anticipate webmail will be available today.
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