[unisog] Network security police no hubs/switches/routers?

Ryan Dorman Ryan.Dorman at millersville.edu
Mon May 23 19:40:31 GMT 2005

Absolutely, most of the security policies on our ResNet are "dont'  
get caught" clauses.  I doubt anyone in this line of work has time to  
go hunting for students with hubs.

Ryan Dorman, CCNA
Network Communications Specialist
Millersville University
Ryan.Dorman at millersville.edu

On May 23, 2005, at 2:19 PM, Cal Frye wrote:

> Julian's identified the real reason we have this policy. It's a  
> policy so we can
> justify removing them should we find them. It's not as if we go  
> around sweeping
> for them as long as they're well-behaved -- If I don't notice it,  
> it's not a
> problem. I'm not beyond letting them "get away" with that...  ;-)
> --Cal Frye, Network Administrator, Oberlin College
>  www.ouuf.org, www.calfrye.com
> GnuPG ID 43061C16, Public key http://www.calfrye.com/cfrye.asc
>   "... this signature is currently out of order."
> Julian Y. Koh wrote:
> >  Finally,
> > in the case of routers, I'm sure we've all seen rogue DHCP  
> servers perform
> > rather effective DOS actions by handing out bad IP addresses.
> >
> >
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