IS&T has recently taken ownership of FSILG network infrastructure and is responsible for maintaining the network switches and equipment that have been installed in each house/building. IS&T is only responsible for maintaining the wired/wireless switches and wireless access points (WAP). Houses are responsible for maintaining any cabling from the network jacks in the wall to the switches. If there is an issue with the house’s connectivity outside, leading up to the switch, the house should notify IS&T (firstname.lastname@example.org). Note: IS&T staff cannot gain access to a house without a house member’s presence.
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The FSILG network infrastructure and connectivity to MITnet is similar to most MIT campus buildings. Thus, articles found in the Knowledge Base will be applicable to an FSILG just as they are to the rest of MIT. Exceptions to this, and information specific to the FSILG network infrastructure, can be found on this page.