Iris

About this service

Description

Iris is a web application which enables IT professional network administrators to manipulate network switch ports, and to record which jack is patched to each port.

Admins can perform daily operational tasks related to networks they are contacts for on Technology Services maintained switches.  This allows admins to be more responsive to user needs, gain information to aid in problem diagnosis, perform common switch tasks without requiring assistance from Tech Services networking personnel.

Other names None listed
Documentation links

Log in to Iris

Who Can Use Iris? 

Iris Scenarios: Search and Sort Tools 

Iris Scenarios: Working with Jacks 

Iris Scenarios: Enabling and Disabling Ports 

Iris Scenarios: Changing a Port from One Network to Another 

Iris Scenarios: Naming Ports 

Iris Scenarios: Speed and Duplex Settings 

Iris Scenarios: Port Security 

Iris Scenarios: Searching for MAC Addresses 

Features and tools None listed

Getting and using this service

Who can use the service Faculty/staff
How to get the service Access to Iris is granted to network administrators based on permissions set in Contacts Database.  No action is required on the part of the network admin to access the service.
Cost No charge
Usage constraints User authorization granted per network via contacts database.

Support and Hours

How to get help Contact the Technology Services Help Desk by phone (217-244-7000) or by email (consult@illinois.edu)
Training and consulting opportunities None listed
Maintenance hours Maintenance windows are the same as the campus Network.  Posted maintenance windows are: 5:30am-7:30am M-F, 5:30am-10:00am Sat, and 5:30-noon Sunday, however all outages require coordination with Public Safety.
Lifecycle stage Production
Provided by Technology Services
 
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Details

Service ID: 520
Created
Fri 2/19/21 1:15 PM
Modified
Fri 2/19/21 1:50 PM