- Start late 1995, with Ethernet 10 MBPS LAN in labs and
classrooms, with DHCP 170 entry points and 1 server
(Windows NT, Intel box)
- In 1996: LAN segmentation with 300 entry points, included
library; start of a www, ftp, mail, proxy, mail and news
server, with a 64KB WAN ISDN line, 5 servers (include Sun
- In 1997: LAN segmentation (some with 100 MBPS), 400 entry
points 10 servers (with Solaris, Linux, NT)
- Every student can connect to NetLab using their own
computer or through the campus facilities. Students will
be able to use networked facilities, and set up projects
on their area: Advertising, Marketing, Anthropology
Studies, Communication, Business on-line.
- The first year students of all courses have a notebook as
a pre-requisite for entry university. Based on this entry
specification the introduction of computers in the
university day to day has changed dramatically.
- The massive presence of notebook computers now takes part
of the IT infrastructure of the University. This affect
in different ways, the needs and CWIS uses.