Network Address Management
Like the street address for your home, a network address identifies your computer on the internet
All devices connecting to the Internet must have unique network addresses; it's the way the network knows your computer from someone else's, or your website from another. Internet Protocol (IP) is the communication method by which data is sent from one address to another. The University manages network addresses with Domain Name Service (DNS), and DHCP Configuration.
To manage the network addresses for your department, you need:
- Access to Service Gateway
- A management ID (MID) role in Service Gateway
If you do not have Service Gateway access or a MID role and need to request a domain name change, please email [email protected] with the details of your request.
Staff & Departments
Health Sciences Affiliates
IT Staff and Partners
University-funded: no charge.