19/08/2019

IP Addressing – Sites Dedicated Addresses

All sites on the emPSN network use an assigned Local IP address range 10.x.y.z at the point this breaks out to the internet we use NAT to translate this address to an IP dedicated to your site. So each site on the network is accountable for its use of the internet.

This allows schools to have their own IP reputation on the internet, this is only impacted by the school’s use of the internet and is not impacted by anyone else.

Dedicated IPs also simplifies support arrangements and improves identification of sites which may have issues such as Malware operating on their network.

Where you use Line of Business applications which are registered to your site, the dedicated IP address can be used to authenticate your use, and verify your access. If you have registered an application on one of the regional pool addresses you will need to re-register with your application vendor.

Where you use Line of Business applications which are registered to your site, the dedicated IP address can be used to authenticate your use, and verify your access.  If you have registered an application on one of the regional pool addresses you will need to re-register with your application vendor.

Your Public IP address can be checked through access to www.myipaddress.com – please turn off any proxy before accessing to see your sites address.

If you are still unsure please get in touch and we will help further support@empsn.org.uk

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