Network Infrastructure architects, designs, builds and supports the Infrastructure that provides various data networks including the BYU campus network, the BYU housing network, and the Missionary Training Center ("MTC") network. Data is efficiently transported between campus networked devices over a variety of communication paths including copper, fiber, and wireless transmission. Data is also transported between off-campus resources such as the Internet and research computing networks. Security solutions such as firewalls, VPN, network access control, intruder prevention systems, and filtering help to insure the protection and integrity of the data and network devices. Additional supporting services, such as DNS, network device registration, and network time are also provided to ensure a complete solution. Custom Networks and Consulting is provided to departments that desire unique network solutions.
Supported services include:
Call the Office of Information Technology at 801-422-4000 or contact your account manager.
Dedicated Data Lines are billed as time and materials for installation and future support and maintenance. Installation is available in all locations with a valid department account code.
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