Each of you will receive at least 2 servers that you will administer during the semester. It is your responsibility to make sure that they stay up and are functioning well. If you have any hardware issues, please see your instructor.
|1||Rack 6 - 1-3||Anderson|
|2||Rack 6 - 4-6||Chavez|
|3||Rack 6 - 7-9||Covington|
|4||Rack 7 - 1-3||Florian|
|5||Rack 7 - 4-6||Hatcher|
|6||Rack 8 - 1-3||Hughes|
|7||Rack 8 - 4-6||Jastrzebski|
|8||Rack 8 - 7,9,13||Lundell|
|9||Rack 8 - 10-12||Perez|
|10||Rack 9 - 1-3||Stewart|
|11||Rack 9 - 4-6||Stringham|
|12||Rack 8 - 8,14,15||Empty|
|13||Rack 7 - 7-8, Rack 9 - 7||Empty|
Your primary address for your machines will be in the 10.150.0.0/16 network. For your third octet, you should use the first number assigned you above. (For example, Anderson would be in network 10.150.1.0/16). SO the netmask is 255.255.0.0 The dns server is 188.8.131.52.
Your fourth octet, you can use whatever numbers make sense to you.
We are all in the same network, so our default gateway is 10.150.0.1.
This is private ip space, so you will only be able to access your virtual machines from here in the CIT network or via an ssh tunnel. To create an ssh tunnel, you could use a terminal in osx or powershell in windows and type:
ssh firstname.lastname@example.org -L 8006:10.150.x.y:8006. Then you connect to
https://localhost:8006 and login as root.
Your machines should already be plugged into the switch, please don’t mess with them ;-)
Last Updated 08/31/2020