Office of Technology Systems
The College of Staten Island provides the college community a reliable, secure and efficient network.
The CSI Network is made up of Cisco multilayer switches and routers. We are providing a 10 gigabit Local Area Network (LAN) backbone utilizing single and multimode fiber optics. With 1G to the buildings we provide access for approximately 3500 desktop running Windows 2007. This high-speed backbone provides connectivity to the Internet and network resources which are secured with multi-Vendor technologies. The campus has a 10G connection to the Internet and will soon have redundant 10G circuits.
We work to maintain a safe environment with vulnerability scanning, ASA and bandwidth management devices. With redundancy and in-house support we have a network that can be depended on to provide safe access.
- "CSI unplugged", wireless access is via a valid CSI username and password. The use of ClearPass technology will provide for gatekeeper access for multiple devices and simultaneous logins.
- The wireless network can be accessed from any of the academic or administrative buildings.
- CSI wireless Access Points are 802.11a/b/g/n capable. The 802.11ac standard is being implemented to provide speed and increase capacity.
- All faculty, staff, and students may access the network by using their FLAS and SLAS accounts (same User ID and password used to access email).
For more information on CSI User ID and password Authentication, go to Wireless Access