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Remote access to services

Here you will find an overview of the options that can be used in case of working from home and cancellation of full-time teaching during this period.

  • Access from an external network - basic list of restrictions (network partitioning, firewall, tunnels over SSH, blacklist).
    • Alternative to VPN - SSH SOCKS proxy:
      • Connect to a machine on the FI network, e.g.: ssh -D 1080,
      • set up a SOCKS proxy e.g. in your browser: address localhost, port 1080, version v5.
  • Faculty VPN - for services that we make available only within the FI network or for services available only from the MU network (see link above).
  • University VPN.
  • Nymfe student stations - only nymfe01 and nymfe02 are accessible, and usually via Aisa (or generally via SSH from the MU network).
    • VNC on Nymph - if you need software directly on Nymph, for example, limited by license.
  • Student Windows stations - several machines in classrooms B311 ( sirene01 to sirene05) and C403 ( faiax01 to faiax05) as well as in the computer lab ( titan01 to titan05) and LEMMA lab ( hypnos[235]) are accessible from the FI VPN or MU VPN via remote desktop.
  • Employee machines - if necessary, permanent running can be arranged or we can arrange for morning wake-on-LAN.
    • Remote Desktop for Windows - contact to set up RDP.
    • Remote Desktop for Linux - contact for help setting up VNC .

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