The TUnet campus enterprise network infrastructure is continually adapted to the needs of TU Wien to fulfil future requirements of the ever progressing digitalization process.
After the successful upgrade of the core routers and the backbone routers for the campus locations Getreidemarkt, Karlsplatz, Science Center, Atominstitut, Freihaus and Gusshaus, this upgrade will be performed for the building at Argentinierstraße 8. The replacement will take place during a maintenance window on Friday, 4th June 2021 between 8:00 am and 4:00 pm. During this time, you will experience interruptions for up to 10 minutes of TUnet services such as Internet access via the wired network for servers and desktops, as well as WiFi and TUphone. This includes GUT access control systems and surveillance cameras. The communication between Argentinierstraße desktops and the Argentinierstraße server housing area in Freihaus will also be briefly interrupted. TU.it datacenter services as well as server housing areas in Freihaus that are connected to other backbone routers than Argentinierstraße are not affected.
We aim to keep the interruptions as short as possible and thank you for your understanding.
After the upgrade is completed, the Argentinierstraße building will be highly available, connected via four dedicated 40-gigabit links towards the TUnet Core and ready to fulfil future performance and switching capacity demands.
There is no need for config changes on your system. If you suspect a problem after our maintenance work has been completed, please check the network settings of your system or contact the IT contact person at your institute first. Also check the TUnet status, opens an external URL in a new window and currently listed messages on the TU.it homepage, opens an external URL in a new window. Should this neither solve nor explain the issue, send an email to email@example.com or contact us at 58801-42002.