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UTSA Static IP Request Form

Directions

Faculty and Staff Only. OITConnect can assist you in obtaining information required for this form. Complete this form by filling in the fields below.

Please contact OITConnect at (210) 458-5555 for more information regarding this request form.

Only one request is necessary per device.

* fields required

Contact Information






Device Information


Device Type* (check all that apply)






Connection Information




Current IP

MAC Address

Host Name*

DNS Entry / URL

 

Additional Device Info

Static IP

Every machine connected to UTSA's network has a unique identifying number called an IP address. The network or internet uses assigned IP's to connect computers, data servers, web site servers etc.

Typically IP addresses are assigned dynamically to client computers. This happens automatically when you turn your computer on and log into the UTSA network.

On occasion, a UTSA department or UTSA college might want to request a static IP address for a server computer. A static IP address is permanent and can only be used by the machine its requested for. No other computers on UTSA's network will be assigned that permanent IP.

REQUESTING a static IP is NOT required to use UTSA's network.

Static IP's are useful only if you plan to host services on a server machine (web sites, data centers etc.).

Web site Service

Please consider UTSA's Web and Multimedia Services Office for all of your web site design applications.

  • Free

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  • You don't have to administer the server