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VPN for Apple

The VPN Client should be used when you need to have a Case Network IP address. What this means, is that the VPN software connects to the Case network and gets an IP address that says your computer is running from the Case network. Some resources on campus require a Case IP (129.22.*.*) before you can connect to them. Examples are: Software Center, PubMED, OhioLINK, connecting to the File Transfer folder on our Cerebellum server.

If you have a low speed AOL dial-up connection, we do not recommend using VPN; it will slow your connection down to a crawl. Get high speed access to the Internet at home.

The CaseGuest wireless network is unsecured. This means that you should use Case’s VPN software for anything private (Ex. E-mail). In addition, if you use VPN while on the wireless network at Case, your connection will be given priority and you will have a somewhat faster connection speed (more bandwidth).

You DO NOT need to run the VPN Client when you are connected to the wired Ethernet cable at your desk.

  1. Go to the Dock and find the VPN Client.
  2. Login with your CaseNetworkID and password.
  3. You now have a 129.22.*.* Case Network IP address.
  4. If you close the lid of your notebook and later open it up, you will have lost your VPN connection.

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