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Off Campus VPN Network Access

Off Campus to ECN network Services (VPN)

ECN is coordinating with ITaP to block network ports 135,137, 138,139, 445
and 593 for off-campus traffic to all ECN subnets (all 128.46.XXX.XXX
addresses) starting on January 26th, 2004. This will change the method you
use to access Windows services within ECN/ME, such as SAMBA shares to your
home directories. Off-campus users of ECN services will still be able to
access ALL of the services through the ITaP VPN Servers.

ITaP has created a web page that walks users through the setup of the VPN
connection for off-campus users of Purdue resources. It only requires
adding a simple dialup connection to your computer. The instructions for
setting up the connection for various Operating Systems can be found at
this URL:

http://www.itap.purdue.edu/connections/vpn/

This action has become necessary due to the malicious attacks from
computers outside of Purdue. Our servers and workstations have become
targets for an ever increasing number of hackers with the intent on
breaking into our systems. We now average several thousand attempts per
hour on most of our servers, and this has placed a strain on our limited
resources.

If you connect to the campus from a non-ITaP network (campus/resnet),
please review the instructions for setting up the VPN connection, and
configure your machines to use this service.

This change is only for incoming traffic. This change will not affect your
connections to the outside world from within the boundaries of the
Purdue networks.

If you encounter problems with your VPN connection, please contact the
ITaP helpdesk through the following web page info. (ITAP manages the VPN
services and has the administrative controls)

http://www.itap.purdue.edu/help/