Windows 10 and LabraNet VPN issues
03.10.2018 | Update
LabraNet users have stumbled upon an issue where LabraNet services seem unavailable when LabraNet VPN is connected. Services affected are at least:
Missing programs and features on classroom machines
24.09.2018 | Failure
We have noticed numerous issues on the classroom workstations regarding Start menu and some applications. Common issues currently occurring are:
Updated Remote access guide
22.05.2018 | Update
To ease the pain of Mac users LabraNet-wide, LabraNet Remote access guide has been updated. Additional documentation has been provided for L2TP/IPSec VPN...
LabraNet is a study network for Institute of Information Technology. The network is an independent part of JAMK University of Applied Sciences’ network. The main purpose of the LabraNet is to allow laboratory tasks in education and flexible environment for educational needs.
The class rooms that use LabraNet are located in Dynamo building (3rd and 4th floor). Currently LabraNet is serving around 1100 users and 350 workstations. LabraNet also provides virtualized workstations with VMware ESXi servers for teaching purposes.
Connection and services for various laboratory environments (e.g. SpiderNet)
Course based software policy
A possibility to make rapid changes (educational needs come first)
Remote Connection via SSH/VPN
Variety of operating systems can be run on hosts by VMware
Student server (Web space, SSH connection, MySQL etc.)
Modern version control with federated GitLab
Services for individual projects and project-based courses
If you encounter problems related to LabraNet, contact LabraNet staff. Submit a service request or pay a visit to our office which is located on the third floor in Dynamo building (room number D332).