Ports for CS 360 students

Mark Clement needs to have students run we applications in the Linux lab and have students connect to those ports from other locations. Some solutions:

  • students can use a VPN
  • students can buy Digital Ocean VPS


Mike Goodrich had a meeting with OIT and the deans and was told that OIT preferred to run all wireless on campus. Our requests: (a) that they do a heat map to ensure the building is well covered, (b) we would like our own SSID that connects to our network, © we would like two 10 Gbps uplinks, (d) they provide strong customer service when it breaks and affects the entire department. Research labs that need wireless should be covered.

We will not be charged for the service.

Student Survey

The committee examined the results from the (second) student survey. There is strong support for a coding haven and mentoring space. We are going to move forward with remodeling the CS 100 room that can be flexible enough for these uses. There should be bright light, colors on the walls, couches, comfortable chairs, tables, whiteboards, and so forth. The undergrad subcommittee will give us ideas for what they would like, with a quick survey of students for additional suggestions.

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