Wireless and Mobile Computing and Networking at the University of Florida Technology, Infrastructure & Research. University of Florida http://net-services.ufl.edu/wireless http://www.harris.cise.ufl.edu. Talk Overview. Technology Mobile Devices Wireless Networks The 802.11b Wireless LAN
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Mobile environment differs greatly from the traditional fixed-network environment. The difference is limitations that can be divided into two categories.
Recognizing the importance and impact of using wireless and mobile technology in education and research, the University Network Services and Several University Colleges and Schools have committed to provide for the indoor and outdoor deployment of the 802.11b wireless LAN technology.
We envision that many educational activities can be taken to a higher level of effectiveness if this opportune technology is exploited properly. In particular, we identify several undergraduate curricula that, for a long time, have been deprived from having the appropriate computing environments that they needed. Botany, geology, animal science, agriculture, anthropology, remote sensing, architecture, veterinary medicine, civil engineering, exercise physiology, and forestry are among the many curricula that would benefit significantly from the wireless outdoor laboratory, a concept that can be achieved with today’s technology. By bringing the (wireless) network and the (portable) computers much closer to the actual subjects of study (plants, humans, trees, crops, animals, roads, building, etc.), it will be possible to design and develop substantially effective curricula for undergraduate and graduate education.
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Wireless Fidelity - WiFi
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UF Core University of FloridaVPN Authentication
Authentication VLAN passes through CORE POP at layer 2 only and is not routed. Routing for the VLAN is performed by the Authentication Gateway.
Routed connection for Authentication Network
UF Core University of FloridaArea VLAN Implementation
If you are deploying wireless service and it can not be incorporated into the campus plan the following steps are critical: