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This form is used to register your wireless / wired router.
Your router must be located in Boelter Hall, Engineering IV, or Engineering V.
There is no charge for your router registration, but a valid recharge ID is required to
process this request.
Routers that are not registered with SEASnet will be shut down.
YOU MUST ENSURE that all computers accessing your router are running security software such as anti-virus and anti-malware programs. For example on Windows machines, this can be SOPHOS or Microsoft's Security Essentials. Anti-Virus scanners from other countries have proven to NOT
BE EFFECTIVE. If any computer on your router network is found to
be infected, your entire router could be shut down. Your router will not be permitted back on our network until proof has been given to SEASnet that your computers are no longer infected.
When registering for a Wired Router, please fill out the below form as much as possible, skipping over the obvious fields which pertain only to a Wireless Router.
Sophos can be downloaded from the BOL website below:
**** Additional Important Information****
File Sharing Programs - Use of any File Sharing Programs, P2P, Bit Torrent, music sharing program is prohibited. If any computer on your network is found to be running these programs, your router could be shut down.
SKYPE is allowed to be used but it must be completely shut down when not in use (Right Click Skype icon on the lower right hand panel and close). If Skype is left running unattended, SKYPE will go into Super-Node Mode. In other words, SKYPE will start to route other web cam connections through your active unattended connection. This will increase our network traffic and once again your wireless router could be shut down.
It is also important to note that the contact for your router be the person in charge of maintaining your network as well as the above program restrictions.
By submitting this form I am verifying that I have read and
The UCLA standards on use of wireless on campus networks found at:
and that it is my responsibility to
make sure the AP and any traffic through it is secure and not
compromised that any security breaches via my AP and results thereof are
my responsibility that if a compromised system holds personal data
(e.g., Social Security number or credit card number), I must follow the
procedure found at:
to avoid violating California State Law that wireless
networking is not secure even with WEP and MAC address filtering.
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