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  • Library proxy server - access to the UCSB library if you are not at NCEAS or on campus
  • UCSB's VPN Service can be used to map/mount network drives when not on the NCEAS network
    • Windows
      • Install the OpenVPN cient
      • Run OpenVPN as Administrator (right-click on the shortcut in the start menu)
      • Right-click OpenVPN in the System Tray ⇒ Connect ⇒ Enter your UCSBnetID credentials
        • If you see any error messages, double-check that you ran OpenVPN as Administrator
      • Optional: Go to noc.ucsb.edu/ip and make sure you got an on-campus address (VPN) - 128.111.61.x or 128.111.64.x
      • Map network drives with their fully qualified domain names
        • e. g. \\files.nceas.ucsb.edu\nceas
      • The connection may not reconnect after your computer comes out of sleep. Check that the icon in the system tray is green, and not yellow or red.
    • OS X
      • Install the customized OpenVPN client (Tunnelblick)
      • Run Tunnelblick
      • Connect ucsb-vpn
      • Enter UCSBNetID credentials
      • Optional: Go to noc.ucsb.edu/ip and make sure you got an on-campus address (VPN) - 128.111.61.x or 128.111.64.x
      • Mount network drives with their fully qualified domain names
        • * e. g. smb://files.nceas.ucsb.edu/nceas
remote_access.txt · Last modified: 2016/10/07 15:22 by outin