In the Network System Preferences, under Ethernet or Advanced, look for Ethernet ID or MAC Address
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Verify the configuration settings, including your PID and password. Verify that you have "https" in the URL.
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Install the certificate using the immediate installation mode (http://www.pki.vt.edu/gettingstarted/vtca_bundle_install.exe), your VTnet CD (http://answers.vt.edu/kb/entry/1091/), or the verbose installation mode (http://www.pki.vt.edu/developer/rootca.html#user).
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Create a copy of your VPN connection, and in the properties, clear the Use default gateway on remote network check box. Once connected, add your IP address to two routes.
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While connected to the Internet, at the command prompt, type ping -4 [Full Computer Name]
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In your Local Area Connection properties, view the TCP/IP advanced settings. Add WINS servers 220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168
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Faculty and staff must submit the appropriate form. Students should register using COLA.
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In the network adapter properties, under Power Management, clear the Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power check box.
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Restart your computer. If the problem continues, change your computer's name.
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In network system preferences, under advanced properties, find your computer's MAC address.
Last Updated: 20 Dec, 2012