On 3/18/20, 12:07, "Technology Discussion at UVM on behalf of Lyman Ross" <[log in to unmask] on behalf of [log in to unmask]> wrote:
What ip or range does sslvpn2 use when for on campus traffic. If I have that I can tell ezproxy to proxy that traffic.
From: Technology Discussion at UVM <[log in to unmask]>
On Behalf Of Jim Lawson
Sent: Wednesday, March 18, 2020 11:55 AM
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Subject: Re: Yet another side effect of the VPN IP Range change?
sslvpn2 uses split-tunneling. This means that if you're connecting to NON-UVM services while connected to sslvpn2, you're using your normal IP.
The idea here is to prevent sslvpn2's available bandwidth from being overwhelmed by non-UVM streaming sites or other high-bandwidth sites.
I don't know what the current answer is for off-campus people who need to connect to e.g. journal articles that gate access via IP address.
On 3/18/20 11:48 AM, Patrick J Clemins wrote:
Could someone in the libraries look at this issue below that’s cropped up since using the new VPN?
Patrick J. Clemins
Manager, Cyberinfrastructure and Partnerships, Vermont EPSCoR
Asst Research Professor, Dept of Computer Science, University of Vermont
23 Mansfield Avenue, Burlington, VT 05405-0215
Phone: (802) 448-2188 • Fax: (802) 656-2950
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Website: www.uvm.edu/EPSCoR <http://www.uvm.edu/EPSCoR>
When I go to google scholar to look up journal articles, I can usually see the 'find it @UVM' link to the side, but I don't get that now. Also, Just tried to access
via UVM library but got the error message below (I didn't do any of the things the error message says could have caused the problem).
-- Jim LawsonHPC/Linux sysadminSystems Architecture & AdministrationEnterprise Technology ServicesUniversity of VermontBurlington, VT USA