Planned Maintenance: Wireless Services at University Park
ITS will be completing maintenance on the wireless service at University Park tomorrow morning, Friday, August 21, from 5:00 AM to 7:00 AM. This work is similar to that completed earlier this week, as communicated via ITS Alert at http://alerts.its.psu.edu/alert-3666. The purpose of this work is better utilize existing wireless infrastructure. We have reviewed the work completed earlier this week and have made adjustments in efforts to limit the disruption of wireless services to the maintenance window.
This work is documented in three ServiceNow Change Records. ServiceNow users can review the details of this work in CHG0033004, CHG0033025, and CHG0032759.
The buildings, in which wireless services are expected to be disrupted, are:
Ag Admin, Ag Sci & Ind, Allenway, Althouse Lab, Applied Sciences, ARL West IV, Armsby, Arts Cottage, BioBehavioral Health, Bookstore, Borland, Boucke, Bristol Place I, Buckhout Lab, Business, Calder Square I, Calder Square II, Carnegie, Carpenter, Cato Annex II, Cedar, Chambers, Chandlee Lab, Chemistry, College Ave Annex, Davey Lab, Deike, Earth & Eng Sciences, Eisenhower Chapel, Electrical Eng East, Electrical Eng West, Engineering Services, Engineering Unit B, Executive Education, Fenske Lab, Ferguson, Food Science, Ford, Forest Resources, Forum, Frear North, Frear South, Grange, Greenleaf, Hallowell, Hammond, Health & Human Dev East, Henderson North, Henderson South, Henning, Hintz Alumni Center, Hosler, HUB, IST, James, James M. Elliott, Keller, Kern, Leonhard, Library Depository, Life Sciences, Marion Place, Mateer, McAllister, Mueller, Music II, NARCO, Nittany Landscape Depot, Noll Lab, Old Main, Osmond, Oswald Tower, Palmer Museum of Art, Pattee/Paterno Library, Patterson, Pavilion Theatre, Pond Lab, Power Plant, Rackley, Reber, Rec Hall, Redifer, Research East, Research West, Rider, Ritenour, Sackett, Schultz Child Care Center, Schwab Auditorium, Sparks, Telecom, Theatre, Thomas, Tyson, Visual Arts, Waring, Warnock, Weston, Whitmore Lab, Willard