TUnet Login and registration
In order for a terminal device to be connected to the network, it must first be registered (logged in).
Please note that a registration is required for every form of TUnet connection. Before connecting a terminal device to TUnet, it is absolutely necessary to register it!
Please register your device via the TUnet approver of your structural element (your organizational unit).
A quick overview of already registered systems is provided by an excerpt from the name server entries of the TU Wien. Reachable under https://tunetdb.tuwien.ac.at, opens an external URL in a new window.
This file is for information purposes only and is not a substitute for using the name servers!
Detailed information on how applications and inquiries on various topics should be structured:
Nameservice - entries for workstations, firewall protection, servers, printers, .
Device registration by email to Hostmaster
Notes, tips and examples
Create applications in the TUnet database
Activate and adjust connection sockets, non-enabled sockets cannot be used!
Activation and configuration of TP sockets
Applying for subdomains for institutes or other organisational units participating in TUnet.
Subdomains in TUnet
Hints for operating an institute firewall in TUnet
Special name service entries and foreign domains, network addresses, subnets, VLANs, ...
Other requests and inquiries
Allocation of IPv6 address ranges for institute subnets
IPv6 for institute-subnets
The following is guaranteed by the registration:
Entries are made in the name service. In case of malfunctions, a quick troubleshooting is possible. A unique IP address is assigned to each device. General information is stored in the database.
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