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The virtual private network (VPN) uses the Internet to provide remote offices or individual users with secure access to the university’s network.

The VPN must be used to:

  • Access network resources like the project directory or your home directory from off campus.
  • Access some library resources (online catalogs, for example). See Special VPN Setting for Library Database Access.
  • Access the Banner web client from off campus.
  • Access the CMS from off campus.
  • Access the LDAP service from off campus.
Connect to the IUP Virtual Private Network using Windows 8.1
Connect to the IUP VPN from off-campus using Windows 8.1 (with the Start menu). Before you can create this connection, you MUST first connect to your Internet Service Provider (ISP).
Connect to the IUP Virtual Private Network using Windows 8
Connect to the IUP Virtual Private Network using Windows 8. Before you can create this connection, you MUST first connect to your Internet Service Provider (ISP). 
Connect to the Virtual Private Network using Windows 7
Connect to the IUP network from off-campus using the IUP VPN (Windows 7)
Connect to the Virtual Private Network using Mac OS X
Connect to the IUP network from off-campus using the IUP VPN (Mac OS X)
Special VPN Setting for Library Database Access
If you are experiencing problems reaching a library database using the VPN from an off-site location, you may need to change the default gateway settings on your VPN.
 

Last modified on 11/4/2013 9:15:47 AM
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