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WiFi-enabled network access (compliant to IEEE 802.11b/g) will be provided throughout the workshop location.
Alternatively, a limited number of networked PCs and Ethernet plugs (compliant to IEEE 802.3u, 100 Mbps Fast Ethernet, RJ 45 connectors) will be available to participants in a non-public computer room. Furthermore, there are a number of public Ethernet plugs throughout the university which are marked with the logo. Please bring your own Ethernet cable with you if you intend to use the wired network infrastructure.
Detailed information about accessing the university network will be provided on site.
For participants who wish to access their (university or company) VPN (Virtual Private Network), the following possibilities are available: IPSec (Internet Protocol Security) with NAT (Network Address Translation) traversal and TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) tunneling. Please note that native IPSec and PPTP (Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol, used e.g. by native Windows VPN) are not supported.
In case you experience any network troubles please make sure that the browser proxy is deactivated and that you have administrative rights on your computer allowing for trouble shooting on site by our technical support staff.
The two meeting rooms (Hs B and Z.1.09) are equipped with microphones, a black board, a video beamer, and a Windows XP notebook with MS Office 2003 and Adobe Acrobat Reader 7 installed. Although presentations using private notebooks are possible, it is recommended to store presentations on a memory stick and use the prepared notebook in the meeting rooms for presentation purposes. This is to avoid possible problems with interfacing to the video beamer.