CSL: Facilities: Primary CSL subnets

The CSL maintains several subnets within the duke.edu domain; these are administered by the Lab Staff and are maintained separately from the overall duke.edu domain. The subnets are separated according to their different uses, such as research or department infrastructure.

Trusted subnets:

152.3.140.0
152.3.141.0

Lab-administered machines, with no privileged access for users. Machines on these subnets are considered essential department infrastructure and should not be disconnected from the network by the users.

Report problems with machines on this network to the Lab Staff.


Microsoft subnet:

152.3.135.0

Lab-maintained PCs running Microsoft Windows®. These include the hallway kiosk machines and laptop cart systems.

Report problems with machines on this network to the Lab Staff.


Research subnets:

152.3.144.0
152.3.145.0

Research-administered machines, with privileged access granted by research administrators. Machines on these subnets may be unavailable on short notice due to research requirements. A (possibly) more current list of these machines can be found here.

Report problems with machines on this network to the Lab Staff.


Untrusted subnet:

152.3.136.0
152.3.137.0

Department users may request to have personal machines connected to this network. Users are expected to administer their own machines; machines found to pose an active security risk, or to be involved in "hacking" of other machines, inside or outside the department, will be immediately disconnected from the network.

The Lab Staff is not responsible for maintaining individual user's machines, but will provide help troubleshooting connectivity problems. Report appropriate problems to the Lab Staff.