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* Approximately 27% of the gender difference in task 3 tournament entry can be explained by women and men forming different beliefs about their relative ranking. The remaining difference comes from a mix of both general factors (e.g. risk aversion) and tournament-specific factors (e.g. bias in estimating future performance.)<br><br>
 
* Approximately 27% of the gender difference in task 3 tournament entry can be explained by women and men forming different beliefs about their relative ranking. The remaining difference comes from a mix of both general factors (e.g. risk aversion) and tournament-specific factors (e.g. bias in estimating future performance.)<br><br>
 
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THE END

Revision as of 18:39, 25 August 2005

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Quotation

Numbers are like people; torture them enough and they'll tell you anything.

      1. Dartmouth ethernet master host table ###
  1. $Id: hosts.master,v 1.743 2005/08/24 08:00:00 root Exp $
  2. THIS MATERIAL IS DARTMOUTH COLLEGE CONFIDENTIAL. #
  3. DISTRIBUTION OUTSIDE DARTMOUTH COLLEGE IS PROHIBITED. #
  4. This master file is the source of both /etc/hosts files
  5. and named(8) files for the Dartmouth Ethernet and the
  6. Dartmouth.EDU domain. There is one line per host. The
  7. fields of the records are :-separated; subfields are
  8. blank-separated. The fields contain the following data:
  9. Field Contents
  10. ----- -------------
  11. 1 One or more IP address [see file "defs" for symbol definitions]
  12. 2 Host names: the canonical name plus 0 or more aliases.
  13. 3 Zero or more MX backup hosts. The semantics are as follows:
  14. If field 4 does NOT contain "smtp" then this field is ignored,
  15. and NO MX records will be generated for this host.
  16. If the field is blank then the host is its own MX host.
  17. Else the subfields of field 3 are the MX hosts. A subfield
  18. of "&" means "this host".
  19. Unless explicitly mentioned, mailhost is everybody's
  20. backup MX of last resort.
  21. 4 TCP services. Used to generate a WKS record. Be sure to
  22. include "smtp" if the host is ever to receive mail.
  23. 5 A value for TTL in seconds. Default is the SOA default TTL.
  24. 6 The host's physical location.
  25. 7 The person responsible for the host and the date the address was assigned.
  26. 8 The type of hardware.
  27. 9 The operating system name.
  28. We have a naming convention for network devices:
  29. <location><serial>-<type>
  30. The <type>s are as follows:
  31. *-ac Lenel dormitory access controller
  32. *-ap wireless access points
  33. *-aps wireless access point sniffer
  34. *-alt-aps secondary NICs in wireless access point sniffer
  35. *-as Access Server (Cisco dialup server)
  36. *-bbr backbone bridges
  37. *-br bridges
  38. *-bsw backbone ethernet switches (subnet 32)
  39. *-crt core routing switches (Cisco 650x)
  40. *-csw core switches (Cisco 3550)
  41. *-ebi Enterprise Buildings Integrator energy system controllers
  42. *-fw firewall
  43. *-gw Dartmouth Macintosh gateways
  44. *-hub hubs
  45. *-ned NEDco routers
  46. *-pos point-of-sale devices
  47. *-pr printers and print controllers
  48. *-rac Remote Access Concentrator (Nortel dialup server)
  49. *-rt routers, eg Cisco or Bay
  50. *-sw ethernet switches
  51. *-tut Tut DSL modem
  52. *-ups uninterruptible power supply
  53. *-wb wireless bridge
  54. *-wc web camera
  55. For lines to remote sites, the router at the Switchroom end of the line is
  56. named switchroomN-rt, and the router at the remote site is named <site>1-rt.

129.170.15.1:inside.sphincter::::Berry:Charlie Clark:Cisco 525:IOS 129.170.15.2:berry-admin1-sw::::Machine Room Row 10:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.15.3:inside.sphincter-secondary::::Berry:Charlie Clark:Cisco 525:IOS 129.170.15.10:vms-annex vms1-annex::telnet::Berry:Joe Hill:Xylogics-Annex: 129.170.15.11:vms2-annex::telnet::Berry:Joe Hill:Annex 2000: 129.170.15.12:hall::::Berry:Joe Hill:DELL:NT 129.170.15.13:palm::smtp telnet::Berry:Joe Hill:VS3100:VMS 129.170.15.14:sumac::smtp telnet::Berry:Joe Hill:VS3100:VMS 129.170.15.15:richcrypt::smtp ftp telnet::8a Berry:Joe Hill:Sun Ultra5:Solaris 129.170.15.16:oak::smtp telnet ftp::Berry:Joe Hill:VAX8530:VMS 129.170.15.17:cedar::smtp telnet ftp::Berry:Joe Hill:VAX7000:VMS 129.170.15.18:stump::::Berry:Joe Hill:AlphaStation 500:VMS

  1. 129.170.15.19:aspen::::Berry:Joe Hill:DEC-ALPHA:VMS

129.170.15.20:maple::ftp smtp telnet::Berry:Joe Hill:DS3000-400:VMS 129.170.15.21:mahogany::::Berry:Joe Hill:DEC-Alpha:VMS 129.170.15.22:dulla::smtp telnet ftp::Berry:Joe Hill:VS-II/GPX:VMS 129.170.15.23:sulla::telnet::Berry:Joe Hill:VAX Station:VMS 129.170.15.24:salsa curly::smtp:21600:Berry:Donel D'Cruze:Sun 4500:SOLARIS 129.170.15.25:piquant shemp joe moe larry::smtp:21600:Berry:Donel D'Cruze:Sun 4500:SOLARIS 129.170.15.27:kiewit2-pr lp-pr dp0-pr::::Berry:Donel D'Cruse:LANTRONICS-EPS1: 129.170.15.28:kiewit3-pr dp1-pr::::Berry:Donel D'Cruse:LANTRONICS-EPS1: 129.170.15.29:f5main-mgmt::::Berry:Paul Schmidt:F5:ltm 9.0.4 129.170.15.30:chili:::21600:Berry:Donel D'Cruze:Sun 4500:SOLARIS

  1. 129.170.15.31:rome::::Berry:David Avery:INTEL:WNT

129.170.15.33:admin-tapelib::::Berry:Donel.U.D'Cruze:Sun/Storage Tek:SOLARIS 129.170.15.34:platy::::Berry:Donel.U.D'Cruze & Brent Rohloff:Intel:Linux 129.170.15.35:xsulla::telnet::Berry:Joe Hill:Intel:Linux 129.170.15.38:inside.snort::::Berry:Donel D'Cruze:Sun Nettra:SOLARIS 129.170.15.39:thing2::::Berry MR:Donel D'Cruze:Sun Ultra 5:Solaris 129.170.15.42:patna::::Berry:Donel D'Cruze:Dec:Tru64 129.170.15.43:cx300-eth1::::Berry:Donel D'Cruze:EMC:Clarion 129.170.15.44:cx300-eth2::::Berry:Donel D'Cruze:EMC:Clarion 129.170.15.45:ropeferryl700::::Berry mr:Brent Rohloff:L700 tape library: 129.170.15.46:ropeferry-sn15-sw::::Ropeferry:Brent Rohloff:Asante switch: 129.170.15.47:spruce::::machine room:joe hill:openvms: 129.170.15.48:salsa1::::Donel D'Cruze::

  1. 129.170.15.49:piquant1::::Donel D'Cruze::

129.170.15.50:ash::::berry mr:Joe Hill:Alpha DS20:Open VMS 129.170.15.51:hickory aspen birch::::berry mr:joe hill 11/04:hp ds25:OpenVMS 129.170.15.52:butternut::::berry mr:joe hill 11/04:hp ds25:OpenVMS 129.170.15.53:cx700-eth1::::Berry:Donel D'Cruze 3/05:CX700:port1 129.170.15.54:cx700-eth2::::Berry:Donel D'Cruze 3/05:CX700:port2 129.170.15.55:nas-702-cs::::Berry:Donel D'Cruze 3/05:NS702G:control station 129.170.15.56:mds-9140-1::::Berry:Donel D'Cruze 3/05:cisco:9140 switch 129.170.15.57:mds-9140-2::::Berry:Donel D'Cruze 3/05:cisco:9140 switch

  1. 129.170.15.58:mds-9120::::Berry:Donel D'Cruze 3/05:cisco:9120 switch

129.170.15.59:wyoming::::L26 Berry:Donel D'Cruze:Sun Ultra 10:SOLARIS 129.170.15.84:f5unit2-mgmt::::Berry:Paul Schmidt 3/05:F5:ltm 9.0.4 129.170.15.85:f5unit3-mgmt::::Berry:Paul Schmidt 3/05:F5:ltm 9.0.4

129.170.15.129:dmz.sphincter::::Berry:Charlie Clark:Cisco 525:IOS 129.170.15.131:dmz.sphincter-secondary::::Berry:Charlie Clark:Cisco 525:IOS 129.170.15.140:charlotte dlcs::::Berry:Donel D'Cruze:Sun 420R:SOLARIS 129.170.15.141:widow recluse test-oracle::::Berry:Donel D'Cruze:Sun E420:SOLARIS 129.170.15.142:tarantula wrmy bldw nspy grn::::Berry:Donel D'Cruze:Sun E420:SOLARIS 129.170.15.143:orbweaver itzbitz::::Berry:Donel D'Cruze:Sun 420:SOLARIS 129.170.15.144:longlegs::::Berry:Donel D'Cruze:Sun 420:SOLARIS 129.170.15.145:inferno::::Berry:Donel D'Cruze:Sun Nettra:SOLARIS 129.170.15.146:brimstone::::Berry:Donel D'Cruze:Sun Nettra:SOLARIS 129.170.15.147:short::::Berry:Donel D'Cruze:Sun Nettra:SOLARIS 129.170.15.148:oracle-www2::::berry mr:brian hughes brent rohloff:loadbalancer:linux 129.170.15.149:abbott::::Berry machine room:Donel D'Cruze:Sun:Solaris 129.170.15.152:oracle-www test-oracle2 oracle-docs::::Berry:Brent R. Rohloff:Cisco CSS: 129.170.15.154:hobo::::Berry:Donel D'Cruze:Sun 420:SOLARIS 129.170.15.155:f5main::::berry mr:Paul Schmidt:F5 loadbalancer: 129.170.15.156:f5virtual oracle-tst::::berry mr:Paul Schmidt:f5 loadbalancer: 129.170.15.157:wolf::::Berry mr:Donel D'Cruze:Sun 280:SOLARIS 129.170.15.158:sidusa::::Berry mr:Donel D'Cruze:Sun:SOLARIS 129.170.15.159:f5unit2::::berry mr:Paul Schmidt:F5 loadbalancer: 129.170.15.160:f5unit1mgr::::berry mr:Paul Schmidt:F5 manangement ports: 129.170.15.161:f5unit2mgr::::berry mr:Paul Schmidt:F5 manangement ports: 129.170.15.162:f5switch::::berry mr:Charlie Clark, Brent R. Rohloff 2/05:cisco:2950 129.170.15.163:oracle-10g::::berry mr:Paul Schmidt:f5 loadbalancer:

  1. 129.170.15.164:oracle-pkitst::::berry mr:Paul Schmidt:f5 loadbalancer:

129.170.15.164:oracle2-10g3::::berry mr:Paul Schmidt:f5 loadbalancer: 129.170.15.165:backuptest::::berry mr:Brent R. Rohloff 3/05:Data Domain:other 129.170.15.166:oracle-dev::::berry mr:Paul Schmidt:f5 loadbalancer: 129.170.15.167:oracle-dev1::::berry mr:Paul Schmidt:f5 loadbalancer: 129.170.15.168:oracle-dev3::::berry mr:Paul Schmidt:f5 loadbalancer: 129.170.15.170:oracle-www1::::Berry:Paul Schmidt:F5:Linux 129.170.15.171:oracle-www3::::Berry:Paul Schmidt:F5:Linux 129.170.15.172:oracle-10g1::::berry mr:Paul Schmidt:f5 loadbalancer: 129.170.15.173:oracle-10g3::::berry mr:Paul Schmidt:f5 loadbalancer: 129.170.15.174:dartforms::::berry mr:Paul Schmidt:f5 loadbalancer: 129.170.15.175:oracle-oldwww::::berry mr:Paul Schmidt:f5 loadbalancer: 129.170.15.176:oracle-oldwww1::::berry mr:Paul Schmidt:f5 loadbalancer: 129.170.15.177:f5unit3-1::::berry mr:Paul Schmidt:f5 loadbalancer: 129.170.15.178:oracle-oldwww3::::berry mr:Paul Schmidt:f5 loadbalancer:

  1. 129.170.15.255 ***END OF 15***

129.170.131.1:alpha-theta.ropeferry1-crt::::One Rope Ferry Rd:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS 129.170.131.2:alpha-theta1-sw::::33 N Main - Alpha Theta, basement boiler room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.131.10:codescribe::::303 Alpha Theta:Noah H. Flower, 4/02:Intel:Linux

129.170.131.12:obelix::::203 Alpha Theta:Eric G Krupski, 12/02:HP:Linux 129.170.131.13:alphatheta::::Alpha Theta:Alpha.Theta:intel:windows 129.170.131.14:ricardo-lalonde::::Alpha Theta 203:Ricardo R Lalonde 04:intel:windows 129.170.131.15:yoyodyne::::Alpha Theta - 33 N. Main:Marion Bates - ISTS:intel:linux 129.170.131.16:fiuh::::Alpha Theta boiler room:Jonas M Meyer:other:linux

  1. 129.170.131.32 to 126 is reserved for DHCP

129.170.150.1:alpha-delta.fairchild1-crt::::Fairchild Map Room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6506: 129.170.150.5:alpha-delta1-ap::telnet snmp::9 E Wheelock:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.150.6:alpha-delta1-sw::::9 E Wheelock, 2nd floor closet@top of stairs:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24:

  1. 129.170.150.128 to 249 is reserved for DHCP

129.170.175.1:amarna.switchroom1-crt::::Telephone Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:

  1. 129.170.175.2:amarna1-ap::telnet snmp::23 E Wheelock:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.175.3:amarna1-sw::::23 E Wheelock basement, bottem of stairs:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.175.10:amarna-uds10::::23 E Wheelock laundry room:scot.stammers:lantronix uds10:other

  1. 129.170.175.128 to 249 are DHCP.
  2. 129.170.5.4:aruba-master-vlan5::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba5000:
  3. 129.170.5.5:aruba-local1-vlan5::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba5000:
  4. 129.170.5.7:aruba-local2-vlan5::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba5000:

129.170.5.10:aruba-berry1-vlan5::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba 5000: 129.170.5.11:aruba-berry2-vlan5::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba 5000: 129.170.5.12:aruba-berry3-vlan5::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba 5000: 129.170.5.13:aruba-berry4-vlan5::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba 5000:

  1. 129.170.5.14:aruba-switchroom1-vlan5::::Switchroom:David Bourque:Aruba 5000:
  2. 129.170.5.15:aruba-switchroom2-vlan5::::Switchroom:David Bourque:Aruba 5000:
  3. 129.170.5.16:aruba-remsen1-vlan5::::Remsen:David Bourque:Aruba 5000:
  4. 129.170.5.17:aruba-ropeferry1-vlan5::::Ropeferry:David Bourque:Aruba 5000:
  5. 129.170.5.18:aruba-fairchild1-vlan5::::Fairchild:David Bourque:Aruba 5000:
  6. 129.170.5.19:aruba-fairchild2-vlan5::::Fairchild:David Bourque:Aruba 5000:
  7. 129.170.5.20:aruba-murdough1-vlan5::::Murdough:David Bourque:Aruba 5000:
  8. 129.170.5.21:aruba-cummings1-vlan5::::Thayer School:David Bourque:Aruba 5000:
  9. 129.170.5.30 to 249 is reserved for DHCP

129.170.12.3:aruba-berry4-vlan12::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba 5000:

  1. 129.170.12.4:aruba-master-vlan12::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba5000:

129.170.12.4:aruba-berry2-vlan12::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba 5000: 129.170.12.5:aruba-berry2-wsw::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba5000:

  1. 129.170.12.6:aruba-local1-vlan12::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba5000:
  2. 129.170.12.7:aruba-local1::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba5000:
  3. 129.170.12.8:ap-phone-home-1:::::::
  4. 129.170.12.9:aruba-local2-vlan12::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba5000:
  5. 129.170.12.10:aruba-local2::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba5000:
  6. 129.170.12.11:ap-phone-home-2:::::::

129.170.12.12:aruba-berry3-vlan12::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba 5000: 129.170.12.13:aruba-berry1-vlan12::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba 5000:

  1. 129.170.12.14:aruba-berry2-vlan12::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba 5000:
  2. 129.170.12.15 to 254 and 129.170.13.1 to 249 reserved for DHCP
  3. 118.1 gateway

129.170.118.2:aruba-berry3-vlan118::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba 5000: 129.170.118.3:aruba-berry2-vlan118::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba 5000:

  1. 129.170.118.4:aruba-master-vlan118::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba5000:
  2. 129.170.118.9:aruba-local2-vlan118::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba5000:
  3. 129.170.118.15 to 254 and 129.170.119.1 to 249 reserved for DHCP
  4. 129.170.88.1-50 are reserved for network devices.

129.170.88.1:berry.berry1-crt::::Berry:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:

  1. 129.170.88.2:berry1-ap::telnet snmp::Berry Machine Room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.88.3:berry12-ap::telnet snmp::Berry 415:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.88.4:berry13-ap::telnet snmp::Novak 74:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.88.5:berry14-ap::telnet snmp::Novak 74:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.88.6:berry1-aps::telnet::Berry:Dave Kotz, 01/03:Intel:linux

  1. 129.170.88.7:berry24-ap::telnet snmp::Berry:Maria Arista:cisco:

129.170.88.8:berry2-aps::telnet::Berry:Dave Kotz, 09/03:Intel:linux

  1. 129.170.88.9:berry25-ap::telnet snmp::Berry basement:Maria Arista:cisco:

129.170.88.10:berry3-aps::telnet::Berry:Dave Kotz, 09/03:Intel:linux 129.170.88.11:berry3-alt-aps::telnet::Berry:Dave Kotz, 09/03:Intel:linux 129.170.88.12:berry-b-2-sw::::Berry basement BDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 2948: 129.170.88.13:berry-b-3-sw::::Berry basement BDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 2948: 129.170.88.14:berry-b-4-sw::::Berry basement BDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 2948: 129.170.88.15:berry-b-5-sw::::Berry basement BDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 2948: 129.170.88.16:berry-b-6-sw::::Berry basement BDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 2948: 129.170.88.17:berry-b-7-sw::::Berry basement BDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 2948: 129.170.88.18:berry-b-8-sw::::Berry basement BDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 2948:

  1. berry-b-9-sw is at 129.170.18.4.

129.170.88.19:berry-b-10-sw::::Berry basement BDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 2948: 129.170.88.20:berry-b-11-sw::::Berry basement BDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.88.21:berry-1-1-sw::::Berry 1st floor BDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 2948: 129.170.88.22:berry-1-2-sw::::Berry 1st floor BDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 2948: 129.170.88.23:berry-1-3-sw::::Berry 1st floor BDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 2948: 129.170.88.24:berry-1-4-sw::::Berry 1st floor BDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 2948: 129.170.88.25:berry-1-5-sw::::Berry 1st floor BDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 2948: 129.170.88.26:berry-1-6-sw::::Berry 1st floor BDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 2948: 129.170.88.27:berry-1-7-sw::::Berry 1st floor BDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 2948: 129.170.88.28:berry-1-8-sw::::Berry 1st floor BDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 2948: 129.170.88.29:berry1-alt-aps::telnet::Berry:Dave Kotz, 01/03:Intel:linux 129.170.88.30:berry-mcast1-sw::::berry MR:Craig Bisson:Cisco 3550: 129.170.88.31:berry-4-1-sw::::Berry 4th floor BDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 2948: 129.170.88.32:berry-4-2-sw::::Berry 4th floor BDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 2948: 129.170.88.33:berry-4-3-sw::::Berry 4th floor BDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 2948: 129.170.88.34:berry-4-4-sw::::Berry 4th floor BDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 2948: 129.170.88.35:berry-4-5-sw::::Berry 4th floor BDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 2948: 129.170.88.36:carson-3-1-sw::::Carson 3rd floor IDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.88.37:carson-3-2-sw::::Carson 3rd floor IDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.88.38:berry-4-6-sw::::Berry 4th floor BDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.88.39:berry-b-12-sw::::Berry basement BDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.88.40:berry2-alt-aps::telnet::Berry:Dave Kotz, 09/03:Intel:linux

  1. 129.170.88.41:berry2-ap::telnet snmp::Berry 62:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.88.42:berry3-ap::telnet snmp::Berry 90:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.88.43:berry4-ap::telnet snmp::Berry 176:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.88.44:berry5-ap::telnet snmp::Berry IDF 1:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  5. 129.170.88.45:berry15-ap::telnet snmp::Berry 063:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  6. 129.170.88.46:berry7-ap::telnet snmp::Berry 274:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  7. 129.170.88.47:berry8-ap::telnet snmp::Berry 286:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  8. 129.170.88.48:berry9-ap::telnet snmp::Berry 3rd Cust.:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  9. 129.170.88.49:berry10-ap::telnet snmp::Berry 310:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  10. 129.170.88.50:berry11-ap::telnet snmp::Berry 4th storage:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.88.51:azure::smtp::Berry 179G:Susan A. Schwarz:SGI-O2:IRIX 129.170.88.52:moonshine::::Berry 179:Ellen Young:Mac:MacOS 129.170.88.53:louie-pr::::Berry Reference:Susan Cox:HP: 129.170.88.54:paladin:northstar:smtp telnet ftp::Berry 179C:Richard M. Barton:IBM-RS/6000-43P/140:AIX 129.170.88.55:mingus::::Berry 179J:David.A.Jewell:SGI-O2:Irix 129.170.88.56:ariel-bbdd::::Berry L34:Beth M. Schrift:Intel:W9x 129.170.88.57:aurora::ftp smtp telnet::Berry 179H:Gurcharan Khanna:SGI-Indy:IRIX 129.170.88.58:thelonius-ppp::::Berry 179H:Gurcharan Khanna:SGI-O2:IRIX 129.170.88.59:thelonious::::Berry 179H:Gurcharan Khanna:SGI:O2 129.170.88.60:berry-mcast2-sw::::Berry 1st floor IDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.88.61:boreas::::Berry 179H:Gurcharan Khanna:Mac:MacOS 129.170.88.62:poohsticks::smtp telnet ftp::Berry:John Wallace:SGI-O2:IRIX 129.170.88.63:cerulean:northstar:smtp telnet ftp::Berry:Richard Brittain:SGI-Indy:IRIX 129.170.88.64:aldebaran:northstar:smtp telnet ftp::Berry:Richard Brittain:RS6000/340:AIX 129.170.88.65:wallace:northstar:smtp telnet ftp::Berry:Richard Brittain:IBM-RS/600-43P:AIX 129.170.88.66:gromit::smtp telnet ftp::Berry:Richard Brittain:Sun Ultra-5:Solaris 129.170.88.67:cyclops::::Berry:Gurcharan Khanna:Intel:Win98 129.170.88.68:tethys::::Berry 179H:Gurcharan Khanna:Dell:Win98 129.170.88.69:acqser3::::berry 83:Julie.P.McIntyre 3/05:Xerox:printer 129.170.88.70:test-88-rbr::::Berry:Richard Brittain:Test-IP: 129.170.88.71:eddy::::Berry 179J:David.A.Jewell:SGI-O2:Irix 129.170.88.72:pubimage::::Berry 4th Floor:Warren Belding - Derek.B.Hoffman:Mac:MacX 129.170.88.73:blast::::Berry 178:David Jewell:SGI:Octane 129.170.88.74:radmind::::Berry 402:Warren Belding:Mac G3:MacOS 129.170.88.75:lox:northstar:smtp telnet ftp::Berry Cafe:David.A.Jewell:SGI-O2:Irix 129.170.88.76:bagel:northstar:smtp telnet ftp::Berry Cafe:David.A.Jewell:SGI-O2:Irix 129.170.88.77:kronos:northstar:smtp telnet ftp::Berry Level 2:David.A.Jewell:SGI-O2:Irix 129.170.88.78:risa:northstar:smtp telnet ftp::Berry Level 3:David.A.Jewell:SGI-O2:Irix 129.170.88.79:innoprte1::::Berry:Jenny Merrill:HP 4050N: 129.170.88.80:novack38-pos::::Novack Cafe:Scot Stammers:Intel:DOS 129.170.88.81:sleeper:northstar:smtp telnet ftp::Berry:David Jewell:SGI-O2:IRIX 129.170.88.82:test-88-dj::::Berry:David Jewell:Test-IP:IRIX

  1. 129.170.88.83:innoprte4::::Berry:Jenny Merrill:HP 4050N:

129.170.88.84:acquisitions::::83 Berry:Julie P. McIntyre:Mac:MacOS 129.170.88.85:frankenstein::::179F Berry:John Wallace:Intel:Linux 129.170.88.86:acquisitions2-pr::::83 Berry:Julie P. McIntyre:HP:JetDirect 129.170.88.87:parrish::::179 Berry:Ellen Young:Xerox:printer 129.170.88.88:netboot::::Berry 4th Floor:Warren Belding:Mac:OSX

  1. 129.170.88.89:sunray video:northstar:smtp telnet ftp::Berry FACC:Gurcharan Khanna:Sun Ultra10:Solaris

129.170.88.90:assimilator2::::Berry Room 402:Warren Belding:Mac:MacOS 129.170.88.91:vidcontechsvc::::Berry Conf Room L10:Bob Brentrup:Polycom Viewstation: 129.170.88.92:helium:northstar:smtp::Berry FACC:David.A.Jewell:SGI-O2:Irix 129.170.88.93:neon:northstar:smtp::Berry FACC:David.A.Jewell:SGI-O2:Irix 129.170.88.94:argon:northstar:smtp::Berry FACC:David.A.Jewell:SGI-O2:Irix

  1. 129.170.88.95:beowulf2::::179F Berry:John Wallace:Dell:Linux

129.170.88.96:krypton:northstar:smtp::Berry FACC:David.A.Jewell:SGI-O2:Irix 129.170.88.97:brice::smtp telnet ftp::berry 179d:Richard Brittain:other:other 129.170.88.98:dartmouthqttv::::Jones Media Ctr:Robert M. Murray:Mac:MacOS Sorensen 129.170.88.99:gate-cerulean::::Berry:Richard Brittain:SGI-Indy:IRIX 129.170.88.100:semaphore::::Berry:Gurcharan Khanna:Dell:WNT 129.170.88.101:santacruz::::Berry:Gurcharan Khanna:Mac:MacX 129.170.88.102:berry-vending1::::Berry Mechanical room, LL:Scot Stammers:Dell:Windows 129.170.88.103:kent::::Berry FACC:Ellen L. Young:HP inkjet 2600:printer 129.170.88.104:design-map-room::::262 Berry:Lucinda Hall:HP: 129.170.88.105:beowulf1 beowulf3::::179F Berry:John Wallace:Intel:Linux 129.170.88.106:excalibur::smtp telnet ftp::Berry FACC:Richard Brittain:Sun Blade 1000:Solaris 129.170.88.107:sunray-server sunray-hme1:northstar:::Berry FACC:Gurcharan Khanna:Sun Ultra10:Solaris 129.170.88.108:rclserv1-backup::::Berry:Richard Brittain:Sun Netra X1:Solaris 129.170.88.109:photon::::berry 178:gurcharan s khanna:dell:windows 129.170.88.110:tracker::::berry 179n:Peter.R.Schmitt 6/05:mircoway:linux 129.170.88.111:moneil::::Berry 179i:Mark ONeil:Mac:OS-X 129.170.88.112:acq_serv_3::::Berry 83:Julie McIntyre:Xerox: 129.170.88.113:berry16-ap::telnet snmp::Berry 171:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

  1. 129.170.88.114:berry17-ap::telnet snmp::Berry 173:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.88.115:berry18-ap::telnet snmp::Carson 4th Fl:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.88.116:berry19-ap::telnet snmp::Carson 313:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.88.117:berry20-ap::telnet snmp::Carson 2nd Fl:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  5. 129.170.88.118:berry21-ap::telnet snmp::East End L 04:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  6. 129.170.88.119:berry22-ap::telnet snmp::East End L 03:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  7. 129.170.88.120:berry23-ap::telnet snmp::West End L 03:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.88.121:bbllpr01::::Berry Lower Lobby:Mike Hogan:Xerox 4525: 129.170.88.122:bbllpr02::::Berry Lower Lobby:Mike Hogan:Xerox 4525: 129.170.88.123:bbllpr03::::Berry Lower Lobby:Mike Hogan:Xerox 4525: 129.170.88.124:bbllpr04::::Berry Lower Lobby:Mike Hogan:Xerox 4525: 129.170.88.125:bbllpr05::::Berry Lower Lobby:Mike Hogan:Xerox 4525: 129.170.88.126:hexamer::::Berry 179J:David.A.Jewell:Intel:Linux

  1. "hoth" migrates periodically between Gerry and Berry. Hold this address

129.170.88.127:hoth::::Berry:Christopher Haseman Gurcharan Khanna:SGI: 129.170.88.128:bbllpr07::::Berry Lower Level:Jonathan Hall:printer: 129.170.88.129:xenon::::Berry 179H:Gurcharan Khanna:SGI:Irix 129.170.88.130:radon::::Berry 178:Gurcharan Khanna:Mac:MacX 129.170.88.131:gis::::Berry 179D:Daniel Karnes - Richard Britain:Sun:Solaris 129.170.88.132:acq-serv-1-lpr::::Berry 83:Ellen Young:Xerox:printer 129.170.88.133:support::::Berry 402:Warren Belding:Mac G3:MacOS 129.170.88.134:bbpcp::::Berry 402:Warren Belding:Epson:printer 129.170.88.135:history-copier::::Carson 301:Gail Vernazza:Pitney Bowes copier: 129.170.88.136:redbaron::::Beaker 105:Ellen L Young - Travis Gere:Xerox:Printer 129.170.88.137:bakeref-pr::::Baker:Susan E. Cox, 4/00 - Travis Gere:HP printer: 129.170.88.138:bbllpr06::::Berry Lower Level:Jonathan w. Hall:Xerox printer: 129.170.88.139:bbmspr01::::Berry Level 1 Main Street:Jonathan w. Hall:Xerox printer: 129.170.88.140:anystream::::Berry 268:Michael Beahan:Dell:windows 129.170.88.141:lserv1::::Berry 178:John Wallace:computer:linux 129.170.88.142:evans-xerox::::262 Berry:Lucinda Hall:Xerox: 129.170.88.143:evans-phaser::::262 Berry:Lucinda Hall:Printer: 129.170.88.144:polycom::::Berry 178:Gurcharan S Khanna:video conf. appliance: 129.170.88.145:oxygen::::Berry 178:Gurcharan S Khanna:windows computer: 129.170.88.146:radiohead::::Berry 179j:David Jewell:Mac:MacX 129.170.88.147:baker1-ac::::Berry library:Keith Cutting:Access controller: 129.170.88.148:novackclock::::Novack Cafe - Berry:Gary McLean - Don Blume:Kronos time clock: 129.170.88.149:oratrix::::Berry 179G:Susan Schwarz:Dell:Linux 129.170.88.150:iris::::carson 301:Barbara Mellert - Gail Vernazza:Xerox:printer 129.170.88.151:bentley::::carson 301:Barbara Mellert - Gail Vernazza:hp:printer 129.170.88.152:cliosscribe::::carson 301:Barbara Mellert - Gail Vernazza:Xerox:printer 129.170.88.153:bbllpr08::::Berry Lower Lobby:Jonathan Hall:Xerox:printer 129.170.88.154:bb-sr2125::::Berry 82:Thomas Garbelotti:Xerox:printer 129.170.88.155:berry-166-hp::::Berry 166:Thomas Garbelotti:HP1200dtn:printer 129.170.88.156:acc-selfck::::Baker Berry Main St :Thomas Garbelotti:other:self checkout computer 129.170.88.157:refweb::::Berry RIS office 180:Travis Gere:IBM PC:Windows 129.170.88.158:bbcrcopy::::berry176 (circulation desk):Thomas Garbelotti:imagistics:printer 129.170.88.159:risweb::::Berry RIS office 180:Travis Gere:dell:Windows 129.170.88.160:rosie::::carson 2nd fl:gail vernazza-barbara mellart:xerox:printer 129.170.88.161:docdelcopier::::berry L33:peter collins:other:copierprinter 129.170.88.162:wtishler::::berry 261:william p tishler:dell:windows 129.170.88.163:test1-ap::::berry basement:charlie clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.88.164:gutenbergprinter::::carson 4th floor:gail vernazza:xerox:printer 129.170.88.165:zeus::::berry 180:travis gere:apple:printer 129.170.88.166:jmc-circlp::::berry 226:thomas Garbelott:xerox:printer 129.170.88.167:degaba::::berry 178:gurcharan khanna:Dell:windows 129.170.88.168:proton::::berry 179:gurcharan khanna:max:maxOS 129.170.88.169:gluon::::berry 178:gurcharan khanna:Dell:windows 129.170.88.170:muon::::berry 179:gurcharan khanna:max:maxOS 129.170.88.171:cts-berry-277::::berry 277:Andrew Faunce:: 129.170.88.172:cts-berry-370::::berry 370:Andrew Faunce:: 129.170.88.173:cts-berry-371::::berry 371:Andrew Faunce:: 129.170.88.174:cts-carson-214c::::carson 214c:Andrew Faunce:: 129.170.88.175:cts-carson-312c::::carson 312c:Andrew Faunce:: 129.170.88.176:cts-carson-l01::::carson L01:Andrew Faunce:: 129.170.88.177:cts-carson-l02::::carson L02:Andrew Faunce:: 129.170.88.178:cts-carson-g60::::carson G60:Andrew Faunce:: 129.170.88.179:acc-serv-lp02::::Berry 164:Thomas Garbelotti:Xerox:Printer 129.170.88.180:aruba-syslog1::::Berry L23:David Bourque:Dell Desktop:Windows XP 129.170.88.181:viking::::Berry 179M:jeffrey.d.bohrer:G4:osx 129.170.88.182:berry-4-7-sw::::Berry 4th floor BDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550

129.170.88.184:berry-4-8-sw::::Berry 4th floor BDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550 129.170.88.185:jmcradmind::::Berry 280:robert.j.barry 10/04:G5:osx 129.170.88.186:alistair::::carson rm 301:Barbara.T.Mellert 10/04:HP: 129.170.88.187:doorcounter::::Berry 146:thomas.garbelotti 11/04:SenSource:Sensor Server PCW-SSRX4 129.170.88.188:bbllrs01::::Berry lower level:jonathan.w.hall:greenprintstation:windows 129.170.88.189:bbllrs02::::Berry lower level:jonathan.w.hall:greenprintstation:windows 129.170.88.190:bbllrs03::::Berry lower level:jonathan.w.hall:greenprintstation:windows 129.170.88.191:bbllrs04::::Berry lower level:jonathan.w.hall:greenprintstation:windows 129.170.88.192:bbllrs05::::Berry lower level:jonathan.w.hall:greenprintstation:windows 129.170.88.193:bbllrs07::::Berry lower level:jonathan.w.hall:greenprintstation:windows 129.170.88.194:bbmsrs01::::Berry Main st:jonathan.w.hall:greenprintstation:windows 129.170.88.195:acqoff::::Berry 87:ellen.l.young 12/04:xerox:printer 129.170.88.196:mpg::::berry 178a:Robert.M.Murray 12/04:G4:osx 129.170.88.197:illcolor::::Berry L33:Thomas.Garbelotti:Tektronix Phaser 740:Printer 129.170.88.198:newbooktruck::::berry rm 88:ellen.young 3/05:apple:laserwriter 129.170.88.199:acqsercolor::::berry 87:Ellen Young - Julie McIntyre:printer: 129.170.88.200:testy::::berry 178:john.m.wallace 3/05:ibm:linux 129.170.88.201:conservation::::berry 88:Wendy.E.Wolfe 7/05:hp:printer 129.170.88.202:berry-vfencode1::::jones media center:jason.jeffords 8/05:video furnace:other

  1. 129.170.89.1-254, 129.170.90.1-254, 129.170.91.1-248, are DHCP.

129.170.52.1:billings-lee.remsen1-crt::ssh::Remsen 8th Fl:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6506:

  1. 129.170.52.6:billings-lee20-sw::::37 Dewey -1A closet,next to 202b-Bldg 37:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48:

129.170.52.7:billings-lee21-sw::::37 Dewey -1A closet,next to 202b-Bldg 37:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.52.8:billings-lee22-sw::::37 Dewey -1A closet,next to 202b-Bldg 37:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.52.9:billings-lee23-sw::::37 Dewey -1A closet,next to 202b-Bldg 37:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48:

  1. 129.170.52.10:billings-lee1-ap::telnet snmp::3rd Fl:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.52.11:billings-lee2-ap::telnet snmp::1st Fl:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.52.12:bldg37-1-ap::telnet snmp::Hallway outside 419:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.52.13:bldg37-2-ap::telnet snmp::Hallway outside 413:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  5. 129.170.52.14:bldg37-3-ap::telnet snmp::Hallway outside 403:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  6. 129.170.52.15:bldg37-4-ap::telnet snmp::Hallway outside 203:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  7. 129.170.52.16:bldg37-5-ap::telnet snmp::Hallway outside 202F:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  8. 129.170.52.17:bldg37-6-ap::telnet snmp::101:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  9. 129.170.52.18:bldg50-1-ap::telnet snmp::Hall near 448:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  10. 129.170.52.19:bldg50-2-ap::telnet snmp::Hall near 326:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  11. 129.170.52.20:bldg50-3-ap::telnet snmp::Hall near 214B:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  12. 129.170.52.21:bldg50-4-ap::telnet snmp::Hall near 218A:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  13. 129.170.52.22:bldg50-5-ap::telnet snmp::Hall near 112:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  14. 129.170.52.23:bldg50-6-ap::telnet snmp::Wall near 04B:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  15. 129.170.52.24:bldg50-7-ap::telnet snmp::Pedestal center 010:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  16. 129.170.52.25:bldg50-8-ap::telnet snmp::Hall near 432:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.52.26:billings-lee24-sw::::37 Dewey -1A closet,next to 202b-Bldg 37:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.52.27:billings-lee25-sw::::37 Dewey -1A closet,next to 202b-Bldg 37:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.52.28:billings-lee26-sw::::37 Dewey -2A closet, across from 211-Bldg 50:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.52.29:billings-lee27-sw::::37 Dewey -2A closet, across from 211-Bldg 50:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.52.46:billings-lee28-sw::::37 Dewey -2A closet, across from 211-Bldg 50:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.52.47:billings-lee29-sw::::37 Dewey -2A closet, across from 211-Bldg 50:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.52.48:billings-lee30-sw::::37 Dewey -2A closet, across from 211-Bldg 50:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.52.49:billings-lee31-sw::::37 Dewey -2A closet, across from 211-Bldg 50:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48:

  1. 129.170.52.50:building50-ebi::::Building 50:Larry Battis:Dell:Windows

129.170.52.51:grants::::11 Rope Ferry:Elizabeth L. Vesley or Tom Drinane:Mac:MacOSX 129.170.52.52:xrx0000aa6489a6::::11 Rope Ferry:Tom Drinane:Xerox: 129.170.52.53:ogc-pbeaulieu::::11 Rope Ferry:Tom Drinane:Dell:Windows 129.170.52.54:ogc-lford::::11 Rope Ferry:Tom Drinane:Dell:Windows 129.170.52.55:tto-server-2::::11 Rope Ferry:Tom Drinane:Mac:MacOS 129.170.52.56:vidconinstrsvc::::Building 50:andrew.g.faunce:Polycom Viewstation: 129.170.52.57:filemaker::::37 dfr rm 303:Ellen Young:dell:windows xp 129.170.52.58:cgems::www::Building 50:Heather Varney:Mac:MacOS 129.170.52.59:spareclock::::Building 50:Gary M. McLean:Kronos Clock: 129.170.52.60:mis-top::::Building 50:Dan Longnecker:Xerox N17: 129.170.52.61:mis-600::::Building 50:Dan Longnecker:Xerox N2125: 129.170.52.62:mis-epson-pr::::Building 50:Terry Rosenmeier:Epson 980: 129.170.52.63:grants-contracts-4517::::11 Rope Ferry:Tom Drinane:Xerox: 129.170.52.64:outside.bldg50-1-fw bldg50-1-fw::::Building 50:Charlie Clark:PIX 506: 129.170.52.65:cntlr1-pr::::218D Building 50:Charlie Clark:LANTRONICS-EPS1: 129.170.52.66:insv-pro-630::::02 Building 50:Sherry D. Cook:Apple LW: 129.170.52.67:beaulieu::::11 Rope Ferry:Patti Beaulieu:Mac:MacOS 129.170.52.68:eyoungd400::::37 dfr rm303:Ellen Young:Dell:WNT 129.170.52.69:208-dewey::::Bldg 37, Rm 208, AT is MLT_020840:Amanda Pero:Xerox4500DT: 129.170.52.70:37dfr401::::Building 37 #401:Dan Longnecker:Epson: 129.170.52.72:costello::::Dewey:Andrew Johnson:sun:Solaris 129.170.52.73:hwaterman::::37 Dewey Field Rd:Holly K Waterman:Dell:Windows 129.170.52.74:37dfr_4w_color::::37 Dewey Field Rd #401:Heather Rielly:Xerox:Printer 129.170.52.75:cts-bigd::::37 dfr rm 4:david.choate 2/05:Xerox:Printer 129.170.52.76:aiss::::37 Dewey FR - rm 310:Peter Paplow:Xerox Phaser 5400DT: 129.170.52.77:dartmouth-gc1::::11 Rope Ferry rm 303:Phillip Martin:Dell:Windows 129.170.52.78:dartmouth-gc2::::11 Rope Ferry rm 209:Nancy Wray:Dell:Windows 129.170.52.79:dartmouth-gc3::::11 Ropeferry rm 302:Thomas Drinane:Dell:Windows 129.170.52.80:insv-operations::::37 Dewey rm 010:James Goodrich:Epson C80:printer 129.170.52.81:light covenant::::37 Dewey rm 414:Andrew Johnson:Dell laptop:Windows 129.170.52.82:osp-2nd-floor::::11 Ropeferry rm 206:Philip Martin - Lisa M Ford:Xerox:printer 129.170.52.83:phaser4400n::::37 Dewey rm 114:Laurie Pollard:Xerox:printer 129.170.52.84:2ndfloor-11ropeferry::::Billings Lee Rm 206:Victoria Lubin:Pitney Bowes im3510:printer 129.170.52.85:3rdfloor-11ropeferry::::Billings Lee Rm 315:Victoria Lubin:Pitney Bowes im3510:printer 129.170.52.86:robjohnsontroubleshooting::::37 Dewey rm 307:Rob Johnson:varios: 129.170.52.87:cphs-xerox-n2125::::11 Ropeferry:Thomas Drinane:other:printer 129.170.52.91:health_and_safety::::119 37 Dewey:Molly Rhoad:Imagistics DL-270:printer 129.170.52.93:202deweycolor::::Dewey 202:Peter Paplow - Amanda Pero:Xerox 8200P:printer 129.170.52.94:tcg3::::1st Fl Storage Rm:Jim Baker:Mac:OS-X 129.170.52.95:37dfr-433::::433 37dfr:Francis B. Jordan:xerox:printer 129.170.52.96:11ropeferryosp::::11 ropferry rm 315:Victoria Lubin:HP:printer 129.170.52.97:ghostsvr::::Dewey 305:Peter Paplow:Dell:Windows 129.170.52.98:lion::::37 DFR:Chris Scholtz:Dell:Windows 129.170.52.99:financial-copier::::37 dfr:Eric C Kopstain 2/04:Printer/Copier:Printer 129.170.52.100:phil-dell::::11 ropeferry 305:thomas drinane 2/04:dell:windows 129.170.52.101:vconf-3::::3 dfr:andrew.g.faunce 3/04:other:other 129.170.52.102:vconf-4::::4a dfr:andrew.g.faunce 3/04:other:other 129.170.52.103:zebra::::319 37dfr:Chris Scholtz:dell:windows 129.170.52.104:ehshp4200::::119 37 dfr:Molly Rhoad:hp4200:printer 129.170.52.105:elu32-lim40::::37 dfr:charles.wilber:other:other 129.170.52.106:dnaserver::::37 dfr:charles.wilber:dell:windows 129.170.52.107:insvsched::::37 dfr room 4:Andrew Faunce:xerox:printer 129.170.52.108:202-dewey-lw::::37 dfr rm 202:Amanda J. Pero:xerox:printer 129.170.52.109:voip::::37 dfr rm 114b:Laurie A Pollard:hp:printer 129.170.52.110:intauditlaserwriter::::37 dfr rm 214B:Lynn Langley:apple:printer 129.170.52.111:fom-parking::::37 dfr rm 201:lori.j.warner:xerox:printer 129.170.52.112:37dfr-3e::::37 dfr rm 324:susan.m.zaslaw:xerox:printer 129.170.52.113:208deweyscan::::37 dfr rm 208:Amanda.Pero 9/04:Imagistics: 129.170.52.114:testclock::::37 dfr rm 449:gary.mclean 12/04:Kronos:other 129.170.52.115:cbw::::37 dfr rm 114c:charles.wilber 12/04:other:windows 129.170.52.116:eyoungg4::::37 dfr rm 303:ellen.l.young 1/05:powerbook:osx 129.170.52.117:intaudphaser::::37 dfr rm 214B: Lynn.A.Langley 1/05:xerox:printer 129.170.52.118:raddata::::37 dfr rm 129:Katrina.M.Morgan 6/05:dell:windows 129.170.52.119:tto-laptop::::11 ropeferry rm 216:Lisa.M.Ford 6/05:dell:windows

  1. 129.170.52.128 thru 254 are used for DHCP.
  2. 129.170.53.1 thru 254 are used for DHCP.
  3. 129.170.54.1 thru 254 are used for DHCP.
  4. 129.170.55.1 thru 254 are used for DHCP.

129.170.114.1:blunt.berry1-crt::ssh::Berry machine room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:

  1. 129.170.114.3:blunt2-sw::::Blunt:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48:

129.170.114.4:blunt1-sw::::Blunt BDF, basement westside:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48:

  1. 129.170.114.5:blunt1-ap::telnet snmp::Basement SW corner:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.114.6:blunt2-ap::telnet snmp::3rd Fl closet:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.114.7:blunt3-ap::telnet snmp::1st Fl closet:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.114.8:blunt2-sw::::Blunt BDF, basement westside:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.114.9:blunt3-sw::::Blunt BDF, basement westside:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.114.10:darblunt::::Blunt:Frederic L. Washer:Mac 7200:MacOS 129.170.114.11:darfm::::Blunt:Frederic L. Washer:Mac G3:MacOS 129.170.114.12:lilac::www::311 Blunt:Jan B. Bent:Mac:MacOS 129.170.114.13:blunt304::::304 Blunt:Anthony Green:HP 4050: 129.170.114.14:dev-ar103-HP4200::::Blunt 103:Anthony Green:HP:printer 129.170.114.15:ar112::::112 Blunt:Anthony Green:HP 44100TN:Printer 129.170.114.16:ar-vp3::::blunt 221:Anthony D. Green:hp:printer 129.170.114.17:ar_printserver::::Blunt:Anthony Green:HP 4200:Printer 129.170.114.18:zimmerman::::blunt zimmerman lounge:Anthony Green:HP:printer 129.170.114.19:blunt4-sw::::Blunt BDF, basement westside:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.114.20:dev-bluntmon::::Blunt 211:Bruce Denis - Fred Washer:Mac - intermapper:MacX 129.170.114.21:blunt_221::::Blunt 221:Anthony Green:HP:printer 129.170.114.22:dev-ar109_2280::::Blunt 109:Ian Coleman:HP:printer 129.170.114.23:cnsecolor::::Blunt 204:Christine Lauchenauer, 6/03:Xerox:printer 129.170.114.24:colorama::::Blunt G02:John H. Pryor, 6/03:HP:printer 129.170.114.25:ar103::::blunt 109:Eugene Seiffert - Anthony Green:HP:printer 129.170.114.26:reunions::::blunt 112:Eugene Seiffert:hp:printer 129.170.114.27:bluntcopier::::blunt 311:megan.drucker 2/05:imagistics:printer 129.170.114.28:vpar::::blunt 211:Anthony.D.Green jon.hall 4/05:dell:nt 129.170.114.29:ar109hp4000::::blunt 109:darhelp ian coleman:hp:printer

  1. 129.170.114.30:evalres::www::blunt:Jeffrey.A.Cummins:Mac:MacOS

129.170.114.31:collegedean::::blunt g03:Diana Kiefer:hp:printer 129.170.114.32:csehp2420dn::::blunt 204:Christine M. Lauchenauer:hp:printer 129.170.114.33:csehp4000::::blunt 204:Christine M. Lauchenauer:hp:printer 129.170.114.34:csehp4100::::blunt 204:Christine M. Lauchenauer:hp:printer

  1. 129.170.114.35:ar_printserver::::Blunt:Anthony Green:HP 4200:Printer

129.170.114.36:alumnitest::::Blunt 109:Anthony Green:Black Box Asus mam board, p-4:windows

129.170.114.38:ar-fm7::::Blunt 211:frederic.l.washer 1/05:xserve:osx 129.170.114.39:ar-112::::Blunt 211:Tricia.L.Cornelius Garett.L.Ordway 6/05:hp:printer 129.170.114.40:docblunt::::blunt g03:sheryll.m.berberick 7/05:hp:printer 129.170.114.41:wlax::::blunt 305:Heidi.Bushway 7/05:Xerox:printer

  1. 129.170.114.64 thru 249 are DHCP.

129.170.140.33:pottery.switchroom1-crt::::Telephone Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.140.34:pottery1-wb::::pottery house:David.W.Bourque:Alvarion AU-NI-900: 129.170.140.35:canoe1-wb::::canoe club:David.W.Bourque:Alvarion SU-I-D-ID-900:

  1. 129.170.140.36 thru 129.170.140.62 are DHCP.

129.170.140.193:boathouse.switchroom1-crt::::Telephone Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.140.195:boathouse1-ap::telnet snmp::Mens bathroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

  1. 129.170.140.202 thru 222 are DHCP.
  2. 129.170.28.1 is reserved for the router someday.

129.170.28.2:bradley1-sw::::Bradley BDF, closet in room 5:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.28.3:bradley2-sw::::Bradley BDF, closet in room 5:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.28.4:bradley2-hub::::Bradley:Charlie Clark:Asante: 129.170.28.5:bradley3-hub::::Bradley 3rd floor:Charlie Clark:Asante: 129.170.28.6:bradley4-sw::::Bradley IDF, room 300:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.28.7:bradley5-sw::::Bradley IDF, room 300:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.28.8:bradley1-ap::telnet snmp::IDF Room 300:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.28.9:bradley2-ap::telnet snmp::101A Filene:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.28.10:bradley3-ap::telnet snmp::001K Ceiling:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.28.11:bradley3-sw::::Bradley BDF, closet in room 5:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-24:

  1. 129.170.28.13:mathx::::Bradley:Wayne Cripps:HDS X-terminal:X
  2. 129.170.28.14:kemeny::smtp telnet ftp::1L Bradley:Wayne Cripps:DEC-ALPHA:DEC-UNIX
  3. 129.170.28.16:ramsey::::Bradley:Albin L. Jones:Pentium:Linux

129.170.28.17:schur::smtp telnet ftp::Bradley:Rosa C. Orellana:Dell:Linux

129.170.28.19:opus:cs &:::5 Bradley:Dana Williams:DEC ALPHA:DU

129.170.28.22:emmy::smtp telnet ftp::Bradley:Thomas R. Shemanske:Dell Pentium:Linux

  1. 129.170.28.23:gariepy::smtp telnet ftp::Bradley:Larry G. Gariepy:Pentium:Linux

129.170.28.24:noether::smtp telnet ftp::Bradley:Thomas R. Shemanske:Dell Pentium:Linux 129.170.28.25:math-a::::302 Bradley:Anne Webster Grant:Xerox:printer 129.170.28.26:mathgradlab::::302 Bradley:Anne Webster Grant:hp:printer 129.170.28.27:mathb-hp4250::::bradley 302:Anne Webster Grant:hp:printer 129.170.28.28:bradley-301::::301 Bradley:Anne Webster Grant:Xerox:printer 129.170.28.29:matc-video-lab::::MATC Video Lab:Anne Webster Grant:Apple:printer 129.170.28.30:math-c::::302 Bradley:Anne Webster Grant:Xerox:printer 129.170.28.31:martiniwriter-hp4200::::407 Bradley:Anne Webster Grant:HP:printer 129.170.28.32:bradley-314::::314 Bradley:Anne Webster Grant:Apple:printer 129.170.28.33:goblin::::402 bradley:alexander shumakovitch:dell:linux 129.170.28.34:hilbert::smtp telnet ftp::Bradley:Tom Shemanske:Pentium:Linux

  1. 129.170.28.35:crc-xerox-1::::Bradley CRC:Theresa Woodward:Xerox N40:
  2. 129.170.28.36:crc-xerox-2::::Bradley CRC:Theresa Woodward:Tektronix Phaser 850DP:

129.170.28.37:gauss ftp-math www-math mailhost-math math ftp.math mailhost.math www.math::smtp telnet ftp::Bradley:Thomas R. Shemanske:Dell Pentium:Linux 129.170.28.38:wwtemp::::Bradley:Tom Shemanske:Dell-Intel:Linux 129.170.28.39:webwork::smtp telnet ftp::Bradley:Thomas R. Shemanske:Dell Pentium:Linux

  1. 129.170.28.42:forcing::smtp telnet ftp::Bradley:Tom Shemanske:Pentium:Linux
  2. 129.170.28.44:abouttime::smtp::Bradley:Tom Shemanske:Pentium:Linux
  3. 129.170.28.47:lancelot::::Bradley:Wayne Cripps:HDS X-terminal:X
  4. 129.170.28.51:pascal:cs &:smtp telnet ftp::5 Bradley:Wayne Cripps:DEC ALPHA:DEC-UNIX
  5. 129.170.28.53:dixmier:cs &:smtp telnet ftp::5 Bradley:Wayne Cripps:DEC ALPHA:DEC-UNIX
  6. 129.170.28.54:arjun::smtp::404 Bradley:Navin Khaneja:Intel:Linux

129.170.28.55:mathcopy::::302 Bradley:Michelle Greene:copier:printer 129.170.28.56:bradleycopier2::::302 Bradley:Michelle Greene:Pitney Bowes copier:printer

  1. 129.170.28.57:ginger::::5 Bradley:Wayne Cripps:Dell:Linux

129.170.28.58:mlab01::::bradley 5:Sarunas Burdulis:intel:linux 129.170.28.59:math-01.grid::::bradley:James E. Dobson:: 129.170.28.60:math-02.grid::::bradley:James E. Dobson:: 129.170.28.61:math-03.grid::::bradley:James E. Dobson:: 129.170.28.62:math-04.grid::::bradley:James E. Dobson:: 129.170.28.63:math-05.grid::::bradley:James E. Dobson:: 129.170.28.64:math-06.grid mathvideo chance::::bradley:James E. Dobson::

  1. 129.170.28.65:mathvideo::::bradley 1U:Sarunas.Burdulis 2/05:ibm:linux
  2. 129.170.28.72 thru 249 are DHCP.

129.170.28.254:bradley.berry1-crt::::Berry Machine Room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS

  1. 129.170.28.255 ***END OF 28***

129.170.130.1:brewster.switchroom1-crt::::Telephone Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.130.2:brewster1-sw brewster-sw::::Brewster BDF, basement east end:Chazz:bay 350 tx:

  1. 129.170.130.3:brewster1-ap::telnet snmp::Basement:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.130.4:brewster2-ap::telnet snmp::Brewster:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.130.5:brewster3-ap::telnet snmp::Brewster:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.130.6:brewster1-ac::::Brewster:Keith.A.Cutting:Lenel access controller: 129.170.130.7:brewster2-sw::::Brewster BDF, basement east end:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48:

  1. 129.170.130.30 to 249 is reserved for DHCP

129.170.29.1:burke.fairchild1-crt::::Fairchild Map Room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6506: 129.170.29.2:burke1-sw::::Burke BDF, basement across from rm 9:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.29.3:burke-hub::::Burke:Charlie Clark:ASANTE-1012: 129.170.29.4:burke2-sw::::Burke 1st fl, closet in 102b:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.29.5:burke3-sw::::Burke 1st fl, closet in 102b:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.29.6:burke4-sw::::Burke 2nd fl, closet in 223a:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.29.7:burke5-sw::::Burke 2nd fl, closet in 223a:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.29.8:burke6-sw::::Burke 2nd fl, closet in 223a:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.29.9:burke7-sw::::Burke 3rd fl, closet across from 305:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.29.10:gaussian::smtp telnet ftp::Burke:Robert Ditchfield:R-6000/580:AIX 129.170.29.11:dreyfus::smtp telnet ftp::Burke:Robert Ditchfield:R-6000/340:AIX 129.170.29.12:keck::smtp telnet ftp::Burke:Robert Ditchfield:R-6000/340:AIX 129.170.29.13:unity500::::Burke:Wayne.T.Casey:SUN:SunOS 129.170.29.14:unity300::::Burke:Wayne.T.Casey:SUN:SunOS 129.170.29.15:unityws::::Burke:Wayne.T.Casey:SUN:SunOS 129.170.29.16:chiralcenter::smtp telnet ftp::Burke:Robert.Ditchfield:IBM RS6000/43P:AIX 129.170.29.17:smirnov::::Burke:Sergei Smirnov:PC:DOS 129.170.29.18:smirnov2::::Burke:Sergei Smirnov:PC:WIN95 129.170.29.19:smirnov3::::Burke:Sergei Smirnov:PC:WIN95

  1. 129.170.29.20:eileen::::Burke:Wayne.T.Casey:Sun:Solaris

129.170.29.21:athena::smtp telnet ftp::221 Burke:Robert Ditchfield:SGI-Indy:IRIX 129.170.29.22:braun1::::11B Burke:Steven.E.Mylon:Intel:WIN

  1. 129.170.29.23:poseidon::smtp telnet ftp::221 Burke:Wayne.T.Casey:SGI-Indy:IRIX

129.170.29.24:amadeus::telnet smtp ftp::Burke:Jane Lipson:DS5000:UNIX 129.170.29.25:gotlieb::telnet smtp ftp::Burke:Jane Lipson:DEC-Alpha:UNIX 129.170.29.26:bugaboo::telnet smtp ftp::Burke:Jane Lipson:DEC-Alpha:UNIX 129.170.29.27:braun2::::11B Burke:Steven.E.Mylon:Intel:WIN 129.170.29.28:quantchem::telnet smtp ftp::Burke:Robert Ditchfield:IBM RS6000/43P-260:AIX 129.170.29.29:macnmr::::4 Burke:Wayne.T.Casey:Mac:MacOS 129.170.29.30:lollypop::::219 Burke:Jane E. G. Lipson:Mac:MacOS

  1. 129.170.29.31:burke1-ap::telnet snmp::Burke:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.29.32:burke2-ap::telnet snmp::Burke:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.29.33:burke3-ap::telnet snmp::Burke:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.29.34:burke4-ap::telnet snmp::Burke:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  5. 129.170.29.35:burke5-ap::telnet snmp::Burke:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  6. 129.170.29.36:burke6-ap::telnet snmp::Burke:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  7. 129.170.29.37:burke7-ap::telnet snmp::Burke:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  8. 129.170.29.38:burke8-ap::telnet snmp::Burke:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  9. 129.170.29.39:burke9-ap::telnet snmp::Burke:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  10. 129.170.29.40:burke10-ap::telnet snmp::Burke:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  11. 129.170.29.41:burke11-ap::telnet snmp::Burke:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.29.42:blueelf::::112 Burke:Yinghua Shen:Intel:Windows 129.170.29.43:sanville::::320 Burke:Edward J. Sanville, 11/01:Intel:W9x 129.170.29.44:b3lyp::::320 Burke:Krum Chuchev:Intel:WNT 129.170.29.45:elendil::::304 Burke:F. Jon Kull:Intel:WNT 129.170.29.46:mordor::::304 Burke:F. Jon Kull:SGI:Irix 129.170.29.47:boltzman::::109 Burke:David Jewell:SGI:Irix 129.170.29.48:planck::::109 Burke:David Jewell:SGI:Irix 129.170.29.49:sharpless::::109 Burke:David Jewell:SGI:Irix 129.170.29.50:berg::::109 Burke:David Jewell:SGI:Irix 129.170.29.51:burke-ebi::::Burke:Keith Cutting:Dell:Windows 129.170.29.52:kohnsham::smtp telnet ftp::Burke:Robert Ditchfield:R-6000/340:AIX 129.170.29.53:bnsg::::Burke 119:Brian W Stevens:Mac:MacX 129.170.29.54:burke-ac::::Burke access control panel:Keith Cutting:Windows: 129.170.29.55:vpopov::::Burke 119:Veljko Popov:IBM pc:Windows 129.170.29.56:lipsonprnt::::Burke 219:Michael Tambasco:printer: 129.170.29.57:perkin::::102 Burke:Irene Shea, 9/01 - John Winn:Pitney Bowes: 129.170.29.58:belbruno::::203 Burke:Joseph J BelBruno:Mac:MacX 129.170.29.59:burke8-sw::::Burke 3rd fl, closet across from 305:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.29.60:burke9-sw::::Burke 3rd fl, closet across from 305:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.29.61:kull-lab-deskjet::::217A Burke:F. Jon Kull:HP:printer 129.170.29.62:kull-g4::::304 Burke:F. Jon Kull:Mac G4 laptop:MacOS 129.170.29.63:earth::::112 Burke:Qianqian Fang:Dell:Windows 129.170.29.64:bbs biggreen::smtp::Burke 302:Chinese.Student.and.Scholar.Association, 4/02 Qianqian Fang - Cheng Zhong:HP:Linux 129.170.29.65:burke120-hp2230::::120 Burke:Jon Kull:HP 2230:printer 129.170.29.66:kull-fplc1::::208 Burke:Jon Kull:Intel:Windows 129.170.29.67:linus::::201 Burke:Deborah Carr:HP:printer 129.170.29.68:rumford::::301 Burke:Deborah Carr:HP:printer 129.170.29.69:kull-office-deskjet::::304 Burke:F. Jon Kull:HP:printer 129.170.29.70:diaoyutai::::112 burke:david.a.jewell:SGI:irix 129.170.29.71:gondor::::120 Burke:Jon Kull:dell:linux 129.170.29.72:wilcoxlab::::burke 218:nicolas grossoehme2/04:hp:printer 129.170.29.73:dorothy::::burke 102:Irene Shea 5/04:xerox:printer 129.170.29.74:mooj::::burke 210d:william.p.roberts 9/04:Lexmark: 129.170.29.75:kull-aktapri::::burke 208:F.Jon.Kull 12/04:atop gw51w-maxi:other 129.170.29.76:chemphys::::burke 302:john.m.wallace 1/05:ibm:aix 129.170.29.77:i500::::burke 004:Wayne.T.Casey 7/05:sun:solaris 129.170.29.78:nmrws::::burke 004:Wayne.T.Casey 7/05:sun:solaris 129.170.29.79:m300::::burke 004:Wayne.T.Casey 7/05:sun:solaris

  1. 129.170.29.100 thru 249 are DHCP.
  2. 129.170.25.1:csbcc.fairchild1-crt::::Fairchild Map Room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6506:
  3. 129.170.25.2:csbcc1-sw::::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil::
  4. 129.170.25.11:wizard.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  5. 129.170.25.12:einstein.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:W2K
  6. 129.170.25.13:fermi.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  7. 129.170.25.14:faraday.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  8. 129.170.25.15:bohr.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  9. 129.170.25.16:heisenberg.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  10. 129.170.25.17:curie.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  11. 129.170.25.18:compton.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  12. 129.170.25.19:nobel.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  13. 129.170.25.20:rutherford.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  14. 129.170.25.21:meitner.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  15. 129.170.25.22:coulomb.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  16. 129.170.25.23:balmer.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  17. 129.170.25.24:zeeman.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  18. 129.170.25.25:celsius.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  19. 129.170.25.26:dalton.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  20. 129.170.25.27:hund.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  21. 129.170.25.28:avogadro.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  22. 129.170.25.29:bragg.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  23. 129.170.25.30:fourier.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  24. 129.170.25.31:roentgen.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  25. 129.170.25.32:ewald.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  26. 129.170.25.33:harker.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  27. 129.170.25.34:hodgkin.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  28. 129.170.25.35:kepler.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  29. 129.170.25.36:pauling.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  30. 129.170.25.37:feynman.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  31. 129.170.25.38:beer.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  32. 129.170.25.39:born.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  33. 129.170.25.40:cavendish.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  34. 129.170.25.41:darwin.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  35. 129.170.25.42:dirac.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  36. 129.170.25.43:fleming.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  37. 129.170.25.44:euler.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  38. 129.170.25.45:gibbs.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  39. 129.170.25.46:huber.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  40. 129.170.25.47:krebs.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  41. 129.170.25.48:joule.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  42. 129.170.25.49:lave.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  43. 129.170.25.50:kelvin.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  44. 129.170.25.51:maxwell.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  45. 129.170.25.52:lorentz.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  46. 129.170.25.53:newton.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  47. 129.170.25.54:ockham.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  48. 129.170.25.55:oppenheimer.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  49. 129.170.25.56:pauli.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  50. 129.170.25.57:pascal.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  51. 129.170.25.58:pasteur.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  52. 129.170.25.59:schrodinger.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  53. 129.170.25.60:rydberg.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  54. 129.170.25.61:thales.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  55. 129.170.25.62:vanderwaals.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  56. 129.170.25.63:csbcc1.csbcc ftp.csbcc www.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  57. 129.170.25.64:csbcc-color1.csbcc::::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Phasor850:
  58. 129.170.25.65:raid1.csbcc::smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  59. 129.170.25.66:raid2.csbcc:raid1.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux
  60. 129.170.25.67:csbcc-color2.csbcc::::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Phasor850:
  61. 129.170.25.68:csbcc-bw1.csbcc::::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:printer:
  62. 129.170.25.125 thru 255 are reserved.

129.170.25.1:csbcc.fairchild1-crt::::Fairchild Map Room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6506: 129.170.25.2:csbcc1-sw::::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:: 129.170.25.11:wizard.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.12:einstein.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.13:fermi.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.14:faraday.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.15:bohr.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.16:heisenberg.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.17:curie.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.18:compton.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.19:nobel.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.20:rutherford.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.21:meitner.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.22:coulomb.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.23:balmer.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.24:zeeman.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.25:celsius.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.26:dalton.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Apple:OSX 129.170.25.27:hund.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.28:avogadro.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.29:bragg.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:WinXP 129.170.25.30:fourier.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Apple:OSX 129.170.25.31:roentgen.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.32:ewald.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.33:harker.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.34:hodgkin.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.35:kepler.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.36:pauling.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.37:feynman.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.38:beer.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.39:born.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.40:cavendish.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.41:darwin.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.42:dirac.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.43:fleming.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.44:euler.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.45:gibbs.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.46:huber.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.47:krebs.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.48:joule.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.49:lave.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.50:kelvin.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.51:maxwell.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.52:lorentz.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.53:newton.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.54:ockham.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.55:oppenheimer.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.56:pauli.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.57:pascal.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.58:pasteur.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.59:schrodinger.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.60:rydberg.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.61:thales.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.62:vanderwaals.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Apple:OSX 129.170.25.63:csbcc1.csbcc ftp.csbcc www.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.64:csbcc-color1.csbcc::::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Phasor850: 129.170.25.65:raid1.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.66:mail.csbcc server.csbcc::smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.67:firewall-e.csbcc::::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:firewall: 129.170.25.68:firewall-i.csbcc::::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:firewall: 129.170.25.69:firewall-dmz.csbcc::::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:firewall: 129.170.25.70:ups0.csbcc::::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:UPS: 129.170.25.71:ups1.csbcc::::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:UPS: 129.170.25.72:ups2.csbcc::::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:UPS: 129.170.25.73:ups3.csbcc::::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:UPS: 129.170.25.74:ups4.csbcc::::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:UPS: 129.170.25.75:ups5.csbcc::::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:UPS: 129.170.25.76:ups6.csbcc::::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:UPS: 129.170.25.77:ups7.csbcc::::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:UPS: 129.170.25.78:serv1.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.79:mar1.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.80:mar2.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux 129.170.25.151:csbcc-lab1.csbcc:mail.csbcc:smtp::Burke:Robert.H.O'Neil:Intel:Linux

  1. 129.170.25.183 thru 255 are reserved.

129.170.132.1:butterfield.berry1-crt::ssh::Berry machine room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.132.4:butterfield1-ac::::Butterfield:Keith.A.Cutting:Lenel access controller:

  1. 129.170.132.6:butterfield1-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.132.7:butterfield2-ap::telnet snmp::3rd fl chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.132.8:butterfield2-sw::::Butterfield BDF, janitors rm:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.132.9:butterfield3-sw::::Butterfield BDF, janitors rm:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.132.20:salil::::Butterfield 107, 6/03:Salil Sharma:Dell:Windows 129.170.132.21:tiptree::::Butterfield:Edward Wei:Dell:Linux 129.170.132.22:jwt::::Butterfield 105:James Whitney Turner:Alpha:Windows

  1. 129.170.132.128 thru 129.170.132.249 are reserved for dhcp.

129.170.34.1:byrne.murdough1-crt::ssh::Murdough Core:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6506: 129.170.34.2:byrne1-sw::::Byrne:Charlie Clark:BAY-301: 129.170.34.4:byrne3-sw::::Byrne:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.34.5:byrne4-sw::::Byrne:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.34.8:tucksign2::::Byrne:Stan Pyc, 04/05:diskless:other 129.170.34.9:byrne1-aps::telnet::Byrne:Dave Kotz, 01/03:Intel:linux 129.170.34.10:byrne2-aps::telnet::Byrne:Dave Kotz, 01/03:Intel:linux 129.170.34.11:byrne206a-pr::::Byrne:Mark Boughter:LaserJet 4000: 129.170.34.12:byrne6-pos::::Byrne Dining Hall:Scot Stammers:Intel:DOS 129.170.34.13:byrne7-pos::::Byrne Dining Hall:Scot Stammers:Intel:DOS

  1. 129.170.34.15:byrne1-ap::telnet snmp::Byrne:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.34.16:byrne2-ap::telnet snmp::Byrne:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.34.17:byrne3-ap::telnet snmp::Byrne:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.34.18:byrne4-ap::telnet snmp::Byrne:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  5. 129.170.34.19:byrne5-ap::telnet snmp::Byrne:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  6. 129.170.34.20:byrne6-ap::telnet snmp::Byrne:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.34.21:byrne1-ac::::Byrne:Keith.A.Cutting:Lenel access controller: 129.170.34.22:grab-n-go::::Tuck lower level register:Scot W Stammers:intel:dos 129.170.34.23:byrne5-sw::::Byrne:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.34.24:byrne6-sw::::Byrne:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.34.25:byrne7-sw::::Byrne:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.34.26:byrne8-sw::::Byrne:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.34.27:byrne9-sw::::Byrne:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.34.28:byrne10-sw::::Byrne:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.34.29:byrne11-sw::::Byrne:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48:

  1. 129.170.34.30 thru 249 are DHCP.

129.170.35.2:byrne12-sw::::Byrne:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.35.12:byrne-timeclock::::Byrne:Paul Zaslaw:Kronos: 129.170.35.13:byrne1-alt-aps::telnet::Byrne:Dave Kotz, 01/03:Intel:linux 129.170.35.14:byrne2-alt-aps::telnet::Byrne:Dave Kotz, 01/03:Intel:linux 129.170.35.15:tuckstuff::::byrne 2nd fl:Mark.Boughter 3/05:hp:printer 129.170.35.16:byrne-110::::Byrne 110:Mark.Farrell 4/05:hp:printer

  1. 129.170.35.30 thru 249 are DHCP.

129.170.183.1:casque.switchroom1-crt::::switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.183.2:casque-gauntlet1-sw::::1 S. Main - Casque & Gauntlet BDF, basement center of building:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-23:

  1. 129.170.183.10 thru 120 are DHCP.

129.170.253.1:canoe-club.switchroom1-crt::::switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.253.3:canoe-club1-ap::telnet snmp::Ledyard Canoe Club:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.252.97:hebca-net.switchroom1-crt::::Telephone Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.252.98:hebca-fw::::switchroom:Robert.J.Brentrup 1/05:Cisco PIX 501: 129.170.252.99:hebca-fwob::::switchroom:Robert.J.Brentrup 1/05:Cisco PIX 501: 129.170.252.100:hebcatest::::switchroom:Robert.J.Brentrup 1/05:Sun V120 server:Solaris 129.170.252.101:hebcatest-rod::::switchroom:Robert.J.Brentrup 1/05:Sun V120 server:Solaris 129.170.252.102:hebcarod::::switchroom:Robert.J.Brentrup 2/05:Sun V120 server:Solaris 129.170.252.103:hebcadir::::switchroom:Robert.J.Brentrup 2/05:Sun V120 server:Solaris

  1. 129.170.252.114 thru 126 are DHCP.
  2. 129.170.252.127 is the end of 35 CPD.

129.170.228.1:centerra.switchroom1-crt::::switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.228.2:41centerra100-sw::::centerra park:charlie clark:temp: 129.170.228.3:centerra1-ups::::41 Centerra MDF:Chazz Clark:ups:

129.170.228.10:41centerra1-ac::::41 Centerra Park Drive:Keith.A.Cutting:Lenel access controller: 129.170.228.11:aruba-berry2-vlan228::::Berry Machine Room berry2-wsw VLAN termination:David Bourque::

  1. 129.170.228.15:41centerra1-ap::telnet snmp::1st Fl hall W:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.228.16:41centerra2-ap::telnet snmp::109:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.228.17:41centerra3-ap::telnet snmp::2nd Fl BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.228.18:41centerra4-ap::telnet snmp::3rd Fl hall W:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  5. 129.170.228.19:41centerra5-ap::telnet snmp::3rd Fl hall E:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.228.20:41centerra1-sw::::41 Centerra MDF, top of main staircase 2nd floor:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.228.21:41centerra2-sw::::41 Centerra MDF, top of main staircase 2nd floor:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.228.22:41centerra3-sw::::41 Centerra MDF, top of main staircase 2nd floor:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.228.23:41centerra4-sw::::41 Centerra MDF, top of main staircase 2nd floor:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.228.24:41centerra5-sw::::41 Centerra MDF, top of main staircase 2nd floor:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.228.25:41centerra6-sw::::41 Centerra MDF, top of main staircase 2nd floor:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550:

129.170.228.27:41centerra8-sw::::41 Centerra MDF, top of main staircase 2nd floor:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.228.28:41centerra9-sw::::41 Centerra MDF, top of main staircase 2nd floor:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.228.29:35centerra1-ac::::35 Centerra Park Drive:Keith.A.Cutting:Lenel access controller: 129.170.228.30:centerra35-1-sw::::35 Centerra Park Drive:Charlie Clark:cisco 3550: 129.170.228.31:35centerra1-ap::telnet snmp::Thayer office:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.228.32:devt-jd::::41 Centerra room 129:Ian Coleman:Dell GX 260:Windows 129.170.228.33:dev-xserve::::41 Centerra room 126:Frederic.l.washer 9/04:mac:osx 129.170.228.34:dev-hp241::::41 Centerra room 241:Frederic.l.washer 9/04:other: 129.170.228.35:107-hp2250tn::::41 Centerra room 107:bruce.denis 11/04:HP:printer 129.170.228.36:devprint7::::41 Centerra room 107:adam.hadlock 1/05:hp:printer 129.170.228.37:devprint8::::41 Centerra room 312:adam.hadlock 1/05:hp:printer

129.170.228.43:ferry::::41 Centerra Room 129:John.F.Duggan 1/05:dell:windows 129.170.228.44:dev-nw-probe::::41 Centerra Room 126:Frederic.l.washer:G4:osx 129.170.228.45:lw202-3::::35 Centerra:Matt Cross:HP:printer 129.170.228.46:roanoke::::35 Centerra:Evan Knop:Mac:MacX 129.170.228.47:lw202-2::::35 Centerra:Matt Cross:HP:printer 129.170.228.48:lw202-1::::35 Centerra:Matt Cross:HP:printer 129.170.228.49:thayer-centerra-copier::::35 Centerra Park Drive:Marylou Childs:Pitney-Bowes: 129.170.228.50:dev-php2::::41 Centerra rm 126:Frederic L. Washer:Mac:MacOS 129.170.228.51:dev-infosys::::41 Centerra:Frederic L. Washer, 5/02:Dell:W2K 129.170.228.52:devprint4::::41 Centerra:Frederic.L.Washer:HP-4SIMX: 129.170.228.53:advance-rpting1::::41 Centerra:Frederic.L.Washer, 5/02:Pitney Bowes: 129.170.228.54:dev-fileserver::::41 Centerra:Frederic L. Washer:Intel:W2k 129.170.228.55:darfm2::::41 Centerra:Frederic L. Washer:Mac:MacOS 129.170.228.56:advance-rpting2::::41 Centerra:Frederic.L.Washer, 5/02:Xerox: 129.170.228.57:devservp::::41 Centerra:Frederic.L.Washer, 5/02:Mac:MacOS 129.170.228.58:devprint1::::41 Centerra:Frederic.L.Washer, 5/02:Aficio: 129.170.228.59:devprint2::::41 Centerra:Frederic.L.Washer, 5/02:Pitney Bowes:

129.170.228.61:41centerra-ebi::::41 Centerra:Keith Cutting:Dell:Windows 129.170.228.62:devprint5::::41 Centerra:Frederic.L.Washer, 5/02:Pitney Bowes: 129.170.228.63:devprint6::::41 Centerra:Frederic.L.Washer, 5/02:Pitney Bowes: 129.170.228.64:devprint3::::41 Centerra:Frederic.L.Washer, 5/02:Xerox: 129.170.228.65:devp-aro1::::41 Centerra 135:Tricia.L.Cornelius, 6/02:HP Printer: 129.170.228.66:devp-aro2::::41 Centerra 135:Tricia.L.Cornelius, 6/02:HP Printer: 129.170.228.67:devp-aro3::::41 Centerra 107:Tricia.L.Cornelius, 6/02:HP Printer: 129.170.228.68:devp-aro4::::41 Centerra 136:Tricia.L.Cornelius, 6/02:HP Printer: 129.170.228.69:devp-dcf01::::41 Centerra 208:Tricia.L.Cornelius, 6/02:HP Printer: 129.170.228.70:devp-dcf02::::41 Centerra 208:Tricia.L.Cornelius, 6/02:HP Printer: 129.170.228.71:devp-dcf03::::41 Centerra 310:Tricia.L.Cornelius, 6/02:Xerox Printer: 129.170.228.72:devp-dcf04::::41 Centerra 208:Tricia.L.Cornelius, 6/02:HP Printer: 129.170.228.73:devp-vpd3::::41 Centerra 239:Tricia.L.Cornelius, 6/02:HP Printer: 129.170.228.74:devp-pgo3::::41 Centerra 234:Tricia.L.Cornelius, 6/02:HP Printer: 129.170.228.75:devp-dcf07::::41 Centerra 319:Tricia.L.Cornelius, 6/02:HP Printer: 129.170.228.76:dev-ups1::::41 Centerra 309:Tricia.L.Cornelius, 6/02:APC smart-UPS: 129.170.228.77:devp-dcf09::::41 Centerra 253:Tricia.L.Cornelius, 6/02:HP Printer: 129.170.228.78:devp-dcf10::::41 Centerra 353:Tricia.L.Cornelius, 6/02:Apple Printer: 129.170.228.79:dev-printserver::::41 Centerra:Frederic Washer:Dell 2550: 129.170.228.80:devp-dcf12::::41 Centerra 210:Tricia.L.Cornelius, 6/02:Epson Printer: 129.170.228.81:devp-exe1::::41 Centerra 219:Tricia.L.Cornelius, 6/02:HP Printer: 129.170.228.82:dev-fmu::::41 Centerra:Frederic Washer:Mac:OSX 129.170.228.83:devp-fcr2::::41 Centerra 342:Tricia.L.Cornelius, 6/02:Xerox Printer: 129.170.228.84:devp-gpo1::::41 Centerra 361:Tricia.L.Cornelius, 6/02:Apple Printer: 129.170.228.85:dev-centmon::::41 Centerra:Fred Washer:PowerMac G4 - intermapper: 129.170.228.86:devp-gro1::::41 Centerra 139:Tricia.L.Cornelius, 6/02:HP Printer: 129.170.228.87:devp-gro2::::41 Centerra 139:Tricia.L.Cornelius, 6/02:HP Printer: 129.170.228.88:devp-gro3::::41 Centerra 138:Tricia.L.Cornelius, 6/02:HP Printer: 129.170.228.89:devp-iro1::::41 Centerra 119:Tricia.L.Cornelius, 6/02:Apple Printer: 129.170.228.90:devp-iro2::::41 Centerra 123:Tricia.L.Cornelius, 6/02:HP Printer: 129.170.228.91:devp-iro3::::41 Centerra 118:Tricia.L.Cornelius, 6/02:HP Printer: 129.170.228.92:devp-iso1::::41 Centerra 118:Tricia.L.Cornelius, 6/02:HP Printer: 129.170.228.93:devp-lgo1::::41 Centerra 231:Tricia.L.Cornelius, 6/02:Apple Printer: 129.170.228.94:devp-lgo2::::41 Centerra 248:Tricia.L.Cornelius, 6/02:Xerox Printer: 129.170.228.95:devp-pno1::::41 Centerra 303:Tricia.L.Cornelius, 6/02:Xerox Printer: 129.170.228.96:devp-pno2::::41 Centerra 323:Tricia.L.Cornelius, 6/02:Xerox Printer: 129.170.228.97:devp-pgo1::::41 Centerra 237:Tricia.L.Cornelius, 6/02:HP Printer: 129.170.228.98:devp-pgo2::::41 Centerra 236:Tricia.L.Cornelius, 6/02:Apple Printer: 129.170.228.99:devp-pmo1::::41 Centerra 104:Tricia.L.Cornelius, 6/02:Apple Printer: 129.170.228.100:devp-rnd1::::41 Centerra 225:Tricia.L.Cornelius, 6/02:HP Printer: 129.170.228.101:devp-res1::::41 Centerra 360:Tricia.L.Cornelius, 6/02:Xerox Printer: 129.170.228.102:devp-res2::::41 Centerra 355:Tricia.L.Cornelius, 6/02:HP Printer: 129.170.228.103:devp-res3::::41 Centerra 360:Tricia.L.Cornelius, 6/02:HP Printer: 129.170.228.104:devp-res4::::41 Centerra 357:Tricia.L.Cornelius, 6/02:Epson Printer: 129.170.228.105:devp-stw1::::41 Centerra 364:Tricia.L.Cornelius, 6/02:HP Printer: 129.170.228.106:devp-vpd1::::41 Centerra 248:Tricia.L.Cornelius, 6/02:HP Printer: 129.170.228.107:devp-vpd2::::41 Centerra 247:Tricia.L.Cornelius, 6/02:HP Printer: 129.170.228.108:devfms1::::41 Centerra:Frederic L Washer:Mac:MacX 129.170.228.109:devweb::::41 Centerra:Frederic L Washer:Mac:MacX 129.170.228.110:dev-cumulus5::::41 Centerra 126:Frederic L Washer:mac:MacOS 129.170.228.111:dev-fmu2::::41 Centerra 126:Frederic L Washer:mac:osx 129.170.228.112:devfms3::::41 Centerra 126:Frederic L Washer:mac:osx 129.170.228.113:dev-projects::::41 Centerra 126:Frederic L Washer:Mac:MacX 129.170.228.114:dev-php::::41 Centerra 126:Frederic L Washer:Mac:MacX 129.170.228.115:lw202-4::::35 Centerra:Matt Cross:HP:Printer

  1. 129.170.228.128 thru 249 and 129.170.229.1 thru 249 are DHCP.

129.170.7.1:concord1.concord1-rt::::Concord PRC:Charlie Clark:Cisco 1600:

  1. 129.170.7.50 thru 127 are DHCP.
  2. 129.170.9.72/29 is behind the Controller PIX firewall.

129.170.9.73:inside.bldg50-1-fw::::Building 50:Charlie Clark:PIX 506: 129.170.9.74:bldg50-1-pr bottom-line::::Building 50:David Avery:Intel:WNT 129.170.9.75:bottomline1::::Building 50:David Avery:Dell GX 240:W2KPro 129.170.9.76:bottomline2::::Building 50:David Avery:Dell GX 240:W2KPro

  1. 129.170.9.79 is the end of the Controller PIX subnet.

129.170.2.1:berry-ropeferry.berry1-crt::::Berry machine room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS 129.170.2.2:ropeferry-berry.ropeferry1-crt::::One Rope Ferry Rd:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS 129.170.2.5:sudikoff1-csw::::Sudikoff BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.2.17:ropeferry-fairchild.ropeferry1-crt::::One Rope Ferry Road:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS 129.170.2.18:fairchild-ropeferry.fairchild1-crt::::Fairchild BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6506:IOS 129.170.2.33:berry-fairchild.berry1-crt::::Berry machine room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS 129.170.2.34:fairchild-berry.fairchild1-crt::::Fairchild BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6506:IOS 129.170.2.49:switchroom-fairchild.switchroom1-crt::::Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS 129.170.2.50:fairchild-switchroom.fairchild1-crt::::Fairchild BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6506:IOS 129.170.2.51:fayerweathers1-csw::::Mid Fayerweathers BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.2.52:east-wheelock1-csw::::Andres BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550:

  1. 129.170.2.53:fayerweathers2-csw::::Mid Fayerweathers BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550:

129.170.2.53:dartrow1-csw::::DartHall old BDF, basement rm 004:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.2.65:berry-switchroom.berry1-crt::::Berry machine room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS 129.170.2.66:switchroom-berry.switchroom1-crt::::Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS 129.170.2.67:switchroom1-sw::::Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24:IOS 129.170.2.81:switchroom-murdough.switchroom1-crt::::Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS 129.170.2.82:murdough-switchroom.murdough1-crt::::Murdough Core:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS 129.170.2.83:collis1-csw::::Collis BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-12: 129.170.2.84:collis2-csw::::Collis BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-12: 129.170.2.97:berry-murdough.berry1-crt::::Berry machine room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS 129.170.2.98:murdough-berry.murdough1-crt::::Murdough Core:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS 129.170.2.99:silsby1-csw::::Rockefeller BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.2.100:brown1-csw::::Brown BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.2.101:brown2-csw::::Brown BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-12: 129.170.2.102:russell-sage1-csw::::Russell-Sage:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-12: 129.170.2.103:silsby2-csw::::Rockefeller BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.2.113:remsen-berry.berry1-crt::::Berry machine room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS 129.170.2.114:berry-remsen.remsen1-crt::::Remsen 8th Floor BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6506:IOS 129.170.2.129:ropeferry-remsen.ropeferry1-crt::::One Rope Ferry Road:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS 129.170.2.130:remsen-ropeferry.remsen1-crt::::Remsen 8th Floor BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6506:IOS 129.170.2.145:berry-berry.berry1-crt::::Berry machine room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS 129.170.2.146:berry-berry.berry2-crt::::Berry machine room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS

  1. 129.170.2.160/28 is a utility subnet for network management.

129.170.2.161:berry-utility.berry1-crt::::Berry machine room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS 129.170.2.162:berry-utility1-sw::::Berry machine room:Charlie Clark:Bay 450:

129.170.2.165:netmon-network::::Berry Operations:Charlie Clark:Mac:OS X 129.170.2.166:netmon-servers netmon-sysadmins::::Berry Operations:Charlie Clark:Mac:OS X 129.170.2.167:netmon-mr::::Berry Machine Room:Charlie Clark:Mac:OS X 129.170.2.168:berry-mr1-ups::::Berry Machine Room:Mike Hogan:UPS: 129.170.2.169:cworks01::::Berry Machine Room:jon hall:dell:windows

  1. 129.170.2.175 is the end of berry-utility.
  2. 129.170.2.176/28 connects the WAN router, switchroom2-rt, to the core.

129.170.2.177:switchroom-wan.switchroom1-crt::::Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS 129.170.2.178:switchroom-wan.switchroom2-rt::telnet::Switchroom:Charlie Clark:CISCO 3640:

  1. 129.170.2.191 is the end of the WAN router subnet.
  2. 129.170.2.192/28 connects the border router to to core at RopeFerry.

129.170.2.193:border.ropeferry1-crt::ssh::Rope Ferry:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6506: 129.170.2.194:giacometti::::One Rope Ferry Rd:Charlie Clark:Packeteer 8500: 129.170.2.195:core.border1-rt::::1 Rope Ferry:Charlie Clark:Cisco 7507:

  1. 129.170.2.207 is the end of the border-core subnet.

129.170.2.225:100m-ring.berry1-crt::::Berry machine room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS 129.170.2.226:murdough1-bsw::::Murdough Core:Charlie Clark:BAY-450-24T: 129.170.2.227:ropeferry1-bsw::::Rope Ferry:Charlie Clark:BAY-450-24T: 129.170.2.228:remsen1-bsw::::Remsen:Charlie Clark:BAY-450-24T: 129.170.2.229:fairchild1-bsw::::Fairchild:Charlie Clark:BAY-450-24T: 129.170.2.230:fayerweathers1-bsw::::Fayerweathers:Charlie Clark:BAY-450-24T: 129.170.2.231:switchroom1-bsw::::Switchroom:Charlie Clark:BAY-450-24T: 129.170.2.232:collis1-bsw::::Collis:Charlie Clark:BAY-450-24T: 129.170.2.233:silsby1-bsw::::Rocky:Charlie Clark:BAY-450-24T: 129.170.2.234:brown1-bsw::::Brown:Charlie Clark:BAY-450-24T: 129.170.2.235:berry1-bsw::::Berry MR:Charlie Clark:BAY-450-24T: 129.170.2.236:ropeferry-inreach::::ropeferry MDF:Charlie Clark:console server: 129.170.2.237:berry-inreach::::berry BDF:Charlie Clark:console server: 129.170.2.238:switchroom-inreach::::switchroom:Charlie Clark:console server: 129.170.105.1:dartrow.switchroom1-crt::::switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.105.2:rollins1-sw::::BDF rollin chapel basement:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.105.5:dartrow1-ap::telnet snmp::Wentworth:Charlie Clark:WaveLAN: 129.170.105.6:metatron::::thornton 316:Ehud.Benor:homebuilt:windows 129.170.105.7:wentworth1-sw wentworth-sw::::Wentworth BDF, basement SE corner:Charlie Clark:BAY-WGS: 129.170.105.8:reed1-sw reed-sw::::Reed BDF, basement closet under stairs:Charlie Clark:BAY-WGS: 129.170.105.9:thornton1-sw thornton-sw::::Thornton BDF, basement rm 003:Charlie Clark:BAY-WGS: 129.170.105.10:rollins1-ap::telnet snmp::TBD:Charlie Clark:WaveLAN: 129.170.105.11:bruno::::Dart Hall:Susan E. Bibeau:Printer: 129.170.105.12:classics::::Reed:Pamela Perry:Mac:MacOS 129.170.105.13:thornton2-sw::::Thornton BDF, basement rm 003:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.105.14:rfserver::::wentworth 105:susan.bibeau:g5 imac:osx 129.170.105.15:oficina::::321 Dartmouth Hall:Susan Bibeau:HP:Printer 129.170.105.16:span-n-port::::204 Dartmouth Hall:Susan Bibeau:HP:Printer 129.170.105.17:turing::::311 Thornton:James Moor:HP 1300: 129.170.105.18:swc::::203 Thornton:Sandra Curtis:HP 4100: 129.170.105.19:spiegel::::304 Wentworth:Sandra Spiegel:Xerox N17: 129.170.105.20:went215::::Wentworth 215:Nicole Hamilton:HP 2300N:Printer 129.170.105.21:gradwriter::::Wentworth 304:kerry.landers 9/04:HP 2300DN:printer 129.170.105.22:stagelin::::Wentworth 210:susan.bibeau 9/04:Elite 12/600:printer 129.170.105.23:socscidiv::::Wentworth 204:Barbara.T.Mellert 10/04:Laserwriter 16/600:printer 129.170.105.24:suzy::::reed 203:susan.bibeau 9/04:hp:printer 129.170.105.25:clooney::::reed 210a:susan.bibeau 9/04:hp:printer 129.170.105.26:dof-dev::::Wentworth 114:Sherry.Finnemore 9/04:HP:printer 129.170.105.27:humdean::::wentworth 208:June Solsaa:HP:printer 129.170.105.28:rass-found::::wentworth 105:Donna Lorraine Hill 6/04:mac:osx 129.170.105.29:undergradresearch::::Wentworth 301:Jill P. Savage, Margaret Funnell:hp:printer 129.170.105.30:mals-phaser-860::::116 Wentworth:Jeremy.S.Bachelder, 11/01:Phaser 860: 129.170.105.31:theseus::::Classics Dept.:Susan Bibeau:4200DTN:printer 129.170.105.32:thornton3-sw::::Thornton BDF, basement rm 003:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.105.33:reed2-sw::::Read BDF, basement closet under stairs:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.105.34:reed3-sw::::Read BDF, basement closet under stairs:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.105.35:wentworth2-sw::::Wentworth BDF, basement SE corner:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.105.36:wentworth3-sw::::Wentworth BDF, basement SE corner:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.105.37:wentworth4-sw::::Wentworth BDF, basement SE corner:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.105.38:dartmouth1-sw::::Dartmouth Hall BDF, 320:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.105.39:dartmouth2-sw::::Dartmouth Hall BDF, 320:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.105.40:dartmouth3-sw::::Dartmouth Hall BDF, 320:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.105.41:a-slaserwriter::::Wentworth 313:Ellen Young - Donna Desjardins:Apple laserwriter: 129.170.105.42:rassias4200dtn::::Wentworth 105:Erik Wagstaff - Dawn Nault:HP:printer 129.170.105.43:dof-sba::::Wentworth 202:Barbara Mellert - Susan Auguchon:HP:printer 129.170.105.44:thornton_iii::::201 Thornton:Sandra Curtis:Xerox:printer 129.170.105.45:went211::::211 wentworth:Effie Cummings:hp:printer 129.170.105.46:pharoah::::301 Thornton:Sandra Curtis, 5/03:HP printer: 129.170.105.47:thoth3::::Thornton 201:Susan Bibeau 1/05:xerox:printer 129.170.105.48:soren::::201 Thornton:Sandra Curtis:HP:printer 129.170.105.49:dev-as_hp4200::::301 Wentworth:Ian Coleman:HP:printer 129.170.105.50:mel::::105 Wentworth:Dawn Nault:HP:printer 129.170.105.51:phosphorus::::315 Dartmouth:Susan Bibeau:HP:printer 129.170.105.52:writer::::217 Dartmouth:Susan Bibeau:HP:printer 129.170.105.53:sputnik2::::215 Reed:Susan Bibeau:HP:printer 129.170.105.54:emeth-ii::::201 Reed:Susan Bibeau:HP:printer 129.170.105.55:cts_dartmouth_212::::212 dartmouth:andrew faunce:intel:audiovisual 129.170.105.56:sanssouci::::326 dartmouth:Susan Bibeau:HP:printer 129.170.105.57:dofcanon::::dartmouth 206:Barbara.T.Mellert:canon:printer 129.170.105.58:dof-dev2::::wentworth 114:janet.terp:hp:printer 129.170.105.59:rudo::::wentworth 404:ruth dube:xerox:printer 129.170.105.60:sablitz32::::darthall 1st fl behind main doors:Lucas.E.Nikkel/Student Assembly 3/05:emac:osx 129.170.105.61:sablitz33::::darthall 1st fl behind main doors:Lucas.E.Nikkel/Student Assembly 3/05:emac:osx 129.170.105.62:joseph::::thornton 210:Susan Bibeau 4/14:hp:printer

  1. 129.170.105.65 thru 249 are DHCP.

129.170.116.1:baker.berry1-crt::ssh::Berry Machine Room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.116.2:baker1-sw::::baker 8th floor, east closet:network services:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.116.3:rauner5-sw::::Rauner BDF, basement near loading dock:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.116.4:sanborn3-sw::::Sanborn BDF, closet in tunnel across from rm 6:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48:

  1. 129.170.116.5:rauner1-ap::telnet snmp::Rauner 304:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.116.6:rauner2-ap::telnet snmp::Rauner 306:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.116.7:rauner3-ap::telnet snmp::Rauner 9 column:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.116.8:rauner4-ap::telnet snmp::Rauner bunker:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  5. 129.170.116.9:rauner5-ap::telnet snmp::Rauner 4th level stacks:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  6. 129.170.116.10:carpenter1-ap::telnet snmp::Attic above 301:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.116.10:baker900-1-ap::::Baker Tower South:David Bourque:Alverion Breeze:

  1. 129.170.116.11:carpenter2-ap::telnet snmp::201F proj booth:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.116.11:sachem900-1-ap::::Sachem Village Softball Press Box:David Bourque:Alverion Breeze:

  1. 129.170.116.12:carpenter3-ap::telnet snmp::201C proj booth:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.116.13:carpenter4-ap::telnet snmp::stack level 1:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.116.14:carpenter5-ap::telnet snmp::13 proj booth:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.116.15:baker14-sw::::Baker BDF 5th fl stacks:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48:

  1. 129.170.116.16:baker6-ap::telnet snmp::Tower facing W:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.116.17:baker7-ap::telnet snmp::Tower facing S:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.116.18:baker8-ap::telnet snmp::7th stack, west:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.116.19:baker9-ap::telnet snmp::Old Map Room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  5. 129.170.116.20:baker10-ap::telnet snmp::East Wing Attic:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.116.21:uc-color::::Baker:Bill Brawley:Stylus Inkjet Printer: 129.170.116.22:calufrax::::216 Baker:Paul Merchant:Dell:Win98 129.170.116.23:mikoteal::::216 Baker:Paul Merchant:Mac:MaxOSX 129.170.116.24:artcirc::::Sherman Art Library:Judith Lerner:LaserWriter 12/640: 129.170.116.25:songs:northstar:smtp ftp telnet::Baker Stack #9:David Jewell:SGI-Indy:IRIX 129.170.116.26:poems:northstar:smtp ftp telnet::Baker Stack #9:David Jewell:SGI-Indy:IRIX 129.170.116.27:innoprte2::::Baker:Cecilia.Tittemore:HP 4050N: 129.170.116.28:acc-serv-lp01::::Baker reserve corridor:Thomas Garbelotti:Xerox:Printer

  1. 129.170.116.29:acc-serv-lp02::::Baker rm 18:Thomas Garbelotti:Xerox:Printer

129.170.116.30:sablitz25::::saborn rm 1 (main hall):Lucas.E.Nikkel/Student Assembly 3/05:emac:osx 129.170.116.31:belding::::baker 226:Warren Belding:Mac:MacOS 129.170.116.32:baker-gigabeam1-wb::::baker tower north:David Bourque:Gigabeam WiFiber II Switch: 129.170.116.33:baker-gigabeam1-rd-wb::::baker tower north:David Bourque:Gigabeam WiFiber II Radio:

129.170.116.36:meriden::::carpenter 107a:susan.bibeau 8/05:G5:osx 129.170.116.37:dcal-main::::baker 102:Diane.D.Chamberlain 8/05:imagistics:printer 129.170.116.38:sfellows::::baker 241:jeffrey.b.hawkins:Xerox:printer 129.170.116.39:arthiscopier::::carpenter 203:susan.bibeau 2/05:imagistics:printer 129.170.116.40:etch-sketch::::carpenter 301:susan.bibeau 2/05:apple:printer 129.170.116.41:dickeycnter::::Baker rm:dianne.casey:hp:4250dtnW envelope feeder 129.170.116.42:csboxerox::::Baker CSBO:jacki.barber:Xerox:Printer 129.170.116.43:wgst::::carpenter 2:susan.bibeau 10/04:hp:printer 129.170.116.44:illlpr::::Berry 183:Ellen Young - Tom Garbelotti:Xerox printer: 129.170.116.45:resrvofc-cpr::::Baker B10:Tom Garbelotti:Pitney Bowes copier/ printer: 129.170.116.46:arthistory::::carpenter 210:susan.bibeau 2/05:xerox:printer 129.170.116.47:libofflower::::Baker 115:Ellen L Young - Charles Scott:Apple Laserwriter:Printer 129.170.116.48:baker1-aps::telnet::Baker:Dave Kotz, 01/03:Intel:linux 129.170.116.49:rauner1-ac::::Rauner access control:John J Biele:access controller: 129.170.116.50:sutton::::107 Carpenter:Elizabeth ODonnell:Mac:MacX 129.170.116.51:acqsnc::::Baker 105:Ellen L Young - Julie P Mcintyre:Xerox:printer 129.170.116.52:rauner1-sw::::Rauner BDF, basement near loading dock:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.116.53:rauner2-sw::::Rauner BDF, basement near loading dock:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.116.54:sanborn2-sw::::Sanborn BDF, closet in tunnel across from rm 6:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.116.55:baker8-sw::::Baker BDF 5th fl stacks:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.116.56:baker9-sw::::Baker BDF 5th fl stacks:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.116.57:baker10-sw::::Baker BDF 5th fl stacks:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.116.58:rauner3-sw::::Rauner BDF, basement near loading dock:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.116.59:rauner4-sw::::Rauner BDF, basement near loading dock:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.116.60:liboffupper::::Baker 115:Ellen L Young - Charles Scott:Xerox:Printer 129.170.116.61:systems::::Baker 222:Ellen L Young - David Munsey-Kano:Xerox:Printer 129.170.116.62:lockss::::Baker 215:Jennifer Fritz:Dell:other 129.170.116.63:baker15-sw::::Baker:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.116.64:cts-baker-213::::baker 213:andrew.g.faunce:other:other 129.170.116.65:innoprte4::::Baker room16:Jenny Merrill Thomas Garbelotti:HP 4050N: 129.170.116.66:dcal::::Baker room 227:Diane Chamberlain:HP Laserjet 2300N: 129.170.116.67:rauneroffice::::Webster Hall (rauner) 6065:Jacki Barber:HP 2300N:Printer 129.170.116.68:lmlevine::::baker 229:Larry Levine:powerbook:osx

129.170.116.70:wolfgang::::baker 244:susan.lord:im2520:printer 129.170.116.71:bard::::baker 235:susan.lord:Xerox:Printer

  1. 129.170.116.72 thru 249 are DHCP.

129.170.116.251:sanborn1-sw::::Sanborn BDF, closet in tunnel across from rm 6:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.116.252:baker6-sw::::Baker BDF 5th fl stacks:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.116.253:baker7-sw::::Baker BDF 5th fl stacks:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.117.1:carpenter1-sw::::Carpenter BDF, basement janitors rm:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.117.2:baker5-sw::::Baker 8th fl IDF 8A:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.117.3:danteiii::::sanborn 216:susan.bibeau 1/05:xerox:printer 129.170.117.4:dickeygcc::::dickey center:ellen.young 1/05:gcc:printer 129.170.117.5:baker1-alt-aps::telnet::Baker:Dave Kotz, 01/03:Intel:linux 129.170.117.6:baker2-alt-aps::telnet::Baker:Dave Kotz, 01/03:Intel:linux 129.170.117.7:baker11-sw::::Baker 8th fl IDF 8B:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.117.8:baker12-sw::::Baker 8th fl IDF 8B:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.117.9:baker3-alt-aps::telnet::Baker:Dave Kotz, 01/03:Intel:linux 129.170.117.10:webster1-sw::telnet snmp::Rauner BDF, basement near loading dock:Charlie Clark:Asante: 129.170.117.11:map-pc::::Baker:John Cocklin:PC:DOS 129.170.117.12:doc-pc1::::Baker:John Cocklin:PC:DOS 129.170.117.13:doc-pc2::::Baker:John Cocklin:PC:DOS 129.170.117.14:map-pc2::::Baker:John Cocklin:PC:DOS 129.170.117.15:baker2-sw::::Baker 8th fl IDF 8B:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.117.16:e3drlin2::::Baker:Ron Chabot:PC:DOS 129.170.117.17:e3drlin3::::Baker:Ron Chabot:PC:DOS 129.170.117.18:e3drlin4::::Baker:Ron Chabot:PC:DOS 129.170.117.19:carpenter2-sw::::Carpenter BDF, basement janitors rm:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.117.20:carpenter3-sw::::Carpenter BDF, basement janitors rm:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.117.21:e3drlin7::::Baker:Ron Chabot:PC:DOS 129.170.117.22:e3drlin8::::Baker:Ron Chabot:PC:DOS 129.170.117.23:e3drlin9::::Baker:Ron Chabot:PC:DOS 129.170.117.24:e3drlin10::::Baker:Ron Chabot:PC:DOS

  1. e3drlin11 is in the 110.

129.170.117.25:e3drlin12::::Baker:Ron Chabot:PC:DOS 129.170.117.26:bakpres1::::Baker:Ron Chabot:PC:DOS 129.170.117.27:e3drlin13::::Baker:Ron Chabot:PC:DOS 129.170.117.28:baker3-sw::::Baker 8th fl IDF 8A:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.117.29:baker4-sw::::Baker 8th fl IDF 8A:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.117.30:e3drlin16::::Baker:Ron Chabot:PC:DOS 129.170.117.31:baker13-sw::::Baker 8th fl IDF 8B:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.117.32:wbeldingd600::::baker 226:Warren Belding:Dell Latitude D600:Windows 129.170.117.33:bibctrl::::Baker Bib Control:Mary LaMarca:PC:DOS 129.170.117.34:ward::::Baker:Laura Ward:PC:DOS 129.170.117.35:rsweb::::Baker:Reinhart Sonnenburg - Travis M. Gere:IBMPC:windows 129.170.117.36:art-check::::Baker:Jennifer Merrill:3M: 129.170.117.37:baker-dtw ill-server::::183 Baker:Ron Chabot:Dell Optiplex:Windows 129.170.117.38:bib-recs::::Baker Bib Control:Mary LaMarca:HP LaserJet 5: 129.170.117.39:wc4::::Baker:Bill Brawley::MacOS 129.170.117.40:wc3::::Baker:Bill Brawley:Mac:MacOS 129.170.117.41:bells::::Baker:Ned.K.Holbrook:Mac:MacOS 129.170.117.42:liboffcopier::::Baker 115c:Ellen Young - Charles Scott:imagistics im3510:printer 129.170.117.43:bibcon4::ftp::Baker Bib Control:Ron Chabot:Intel:Win95 129.170.117.44:office180::::Berry 180:Ellen Young - John Cocklin:Xerox:printer 129.170.117.45:bibcon6::ftp::Baker Bib Control:Ron Chabot:Intel:Win95 129.170.117.46:sanborn-copier::::Sanborn 218:Darsie Riccio:Imagistics:copier-printer 129.170.117.47:acq3::ftp::Baker Bib Control:Ron Chabot:Intel:Win95 129.170.117.48:acq4::ftp::Baker Bib Control:Ron Chabot:Intel:Win95 129.170.117.49:steph::::Webster Hall rm 004:Susan Jorgensen - Hazen Allen:Imagistics:printer 129.170.117.50:scj::::Webster Hall rm 004:Susan Jorgensen - Hazen Allen:Mac:MacOS 129.170.117.51:acq1::ftp::Baker Acquisitions:Cheryl.L.Burns:Intel:Win95 129.170.117.52:bibcon11::ftp::Baker Bib Control:Ron Chabot:Intel:Win95 129.170.117.53:bibcon12::ftp::Baker Bib Control:Ron Chabot:Intel:Win95 129.170.117.54:danteii::::Sanborn 218:Susan Bibeau:hp:printer 129.170.117.55:pkcs-bus-off::::Baker 224:Daniel Karnes - Kathleen Moore:Xerox:printer 129.170.117.56:ill-pr::::Baker:Susan E. Cox, 4/00:HP printer: 129.170.117.57:newsticker::::Berry 184:Julie P. McIntyre:other:printer 129.170.117.58:csbo-copier::::CSBO:Linda Lagasse:Pitney Bowes DL460: 129.170.117.59:csbo-pr::::CSBO:Linda Lagasse:PC:WNT 129.170.117.60:catmetp1::::1902 Room:Maninder K. Rakhra:Xerox: 129.170.117.61:catmetp3::::Baker Room 7:Maninder K. Rakhra:Xerox: 129.170.117.62:liboffclr::::baker 115:charles scott:HP:printer 129.170.117.63:wgst2::::capenter 9:anne brooks:hp:printer

  1. 129.170.117.64-254 are DHCP

129.170.98.1:baker120.switchroom1-crt::::switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.98.2:baker1201-hub::::Baker Storage:Charlie Clark:ASANTE-1012: 129.170.98.10:nelson::::Baker-Rt-120:Jennifer Nelson:PC:DOS 129.170.98.11:baker120-pr::::Baker Route 120:Charlie Clark:Lantronix-MPS1: 129.170.98.12:baker1201-ap::telnet snmp::Above elevator:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.98.13:baker1202-ap::telnet snmp::BDF Level 1:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.98.14:lib-storage-copier::::Off campus storage library:Thomas Garbelotti:printer: 129.170.98.15:bakerrem-bna::::baker120 Mechanical Room:Lawrence.I.Battis 6/05:honeywell:other

  1. 129.170.98.192-249 are DHCP

129.170.104.1:bartlett.switchroom1-crt::::Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.104.3:bartlett2-sw::::Bartlett BDF basement:Charlie Clark:Asante gig 12 port: 129.170.104.6:bartlett1-ap::telnet snmp::Bartlett:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.104.7:bartlett4-sw::::Bartlett BDF basement:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.104.8:bartlett5-sw::::Bartlett BDF basement:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.104.9:bartlett6-sw::::Bartlett BDF basement:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48:

129.170.104.16:schiller ellinikasimera consortium adom::Bartlett::Otmar Foelsche:Apple Network Server:AIX: 129.170.104.17:byrner::Bartlett::Tilmann Steinberg:Mac:BeOS: 129.170.104.18:lab www.lab::Bartlett::Otmar Foelsche:Apple Network Server:AIX: 129.170.104.19:pushkin::::Bartlett:Otmar Foelsche:PC:Windows-2000 129.170.104.20:hermes::Bartlett::Otmar Foelsche:Mac G3:MacOS:

129.170.104.22:apollo-1::::Bartlett:Otmar Foelsche:Windows:W2k 129.170.104.23:erasmus-1::::Bartlett:Otmar Foelsche:Tektronix Phaser 850 129.170.104.24:starfire::::Bartlett:Otmar Foelsche:Alpha:DEC-UNIX 129.170.104.25:apollo::::Bartlett:Otmar Foelsche:MAC:OS-X server 129.170.104.26:ibsen::::Bartlett:Otmar Foelsche:Intel:Linux 129.170.104.27:pushkin1::::Bartlett:Otmar Foelsche:PC:Windows-2000 129.170.104.28:penelope-iv::::Bartlett 101:Susan.E.Bibeau:HP: 129.170.104.29:lrcprinter::::Bartlett 201:Susan.E.Bibeau:Xerox: 129.170.104.30:marlene::::101 Bartlett:Otmar Foelsche:Intel:WIN 129.170.104.31:achilles::::201C Bartlett:Otmar Foelsche:Mac:MacX 129.170.104.32:damell::::102b bartlett:gerard bohlen:imagistics copier: 129.170.104.33:chinese::::Bartlett 204:Gerard Bohlen:ibm:other 129.170.104.34:erasmus-2::::Bartlett 101:Susan.E.Bibeau:Xerox:printer 129.170.104.35:hercules::::201a Bartlett:Otmar Foelsche:Mac:MacX 129.170.104.36:lessing::::201 Bartlett:Otmar Foelsche:Mac:MacX

129.170.104.39:helix::::Bartlett 201A:Otmar Foelsche:pentium:linux

  1. 129.170.104.128 thru 249 are DHCP.

129.170.208.1:blitz.berry1-crt::::Berry:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.208.2:blitz-admin1-sw::::Machine room 11B:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.208.9:santa kerberos::smtp telnet::Berry:David Gelhar:Sun:Solaris 129.170.208.15:kringle::::Berrymr:David Gelhar:Dell:Linux 129.170.208.19:claus::::berrymr:David Gelhar:Dell:Linux 129.170.208.22:blitz-temp::smtp telnet::Berry:David Gelhar:DEC-ALPHA:UNIX 129.170.208.30:newdasher dasher::smtp::Berry:David Gelhar:Dell:Linux 129.170.208.31:newdancer dancer::smtp::Berry:David Gelhar:Dell:Linux 129.170.208.32:newprancer prancer::smtp::Berry:David Gelhar:Dell:Linux 129.170.208.33:newvixen vixen::smtp::Berry:David Gelhar:Dell:Linux 129.170.208.34:newcupid cupid::smtp::Berry:David Gelhar:Dell:Linux 129.170.208.35:newdonner donner::smtp::Berry:David Gelhar:Dell:Linux 129.170.208.36:newblitzen blitzen::smtp::Berry:David Gelhar:Dell:Linux 129.170.208.37:spruis webmail::::Berry:Stephen Cochran:Dell:Linux 129.170.208.38:collegeca::::Berry:William Taylor:Sun:Solaris 129.170.208.39:collegeca-fw::::Berry:William Taylor:Firewall: 129.170.208.40:collegeca-fw-inside::::Berry:William Taylor:Firewall: 129.170.208.41:comet::::Berry:David Gelhar:Dell:Linux 129.170.208.42:blitz-test::::Berry:David Gelhar:Dell:Linux 129.170.46.1:choates.berry1-crt::::Berry machine room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS

  1. 129.170.46.5:dh1-ap::telnet snmp::Dean's House:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.46.7:cohen1-ac::::Cohen:Keith.A.Cutting:Lenel access controller: 129.170.46.11:bissell1-ac::::Bissell:Keith.A.Cutting:Lenel access controller:

129.170.46.14:choates46-1-sw:::: 8 Choate Rd:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.46.15:bissell1-sw::::Bissell:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.46.16:bissell2-sw::::Bissell:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.46.17:cohen1-sw::::Cohen:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.46.18:cohen2-sw::::Cohen:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.46.19:wrc::::womens resource center:Xenia.Markowitt:apple:laserwriter 16/600 129.170.46.20:debateprinter::::Cohen 101A:Stephen Johnson - Kenneth Strange:HP 4200DTS:printer 129.170.46.21:lttlrs01::::Second Floor - Common Area:jonathan.w.hall:greenprintstation:windows 129.170.46.22:cwgimagist::::wrc, 1st door on left:thomas.garbelotti 3/05:imagistics:printer

  1. 129.170.46.32 thru 129.170.46.254 are DHCP.

129.170.47.11:little1-ac::::Little:Keith.A.Cutting:Lenel access controller: 129.170.47.12:brown1-ac::::Brown:Keith.A.Cutting:Lenel access controller: 129.170.47.13:little1-alt-aps::telnet::Little:Dave Kotz, 09/03:Intel:linux 129.170.47.14:brown1-alt-aps::telnet::Brown:Dave Kotz, 01/03:Intel:linux 129.170.47.15:brown1-aps::telnet::Brown:Dave Kotz, 01/03:Intel:linux 129.170.47.16:little1-aps::telnet::Little:Dave Kotz, 09/03:Intel:linux 129.170.47.17:lttlpr01::::Little Dorm:Jonathan Hall:Printer: 129.170.47.18:six-choate1-sw:::: 6 Choate Rd:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.47.19:brown1-sw::::Brown:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.47.20:brown2-sw::::Brown:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.47.21:little1-sw::::Little:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.47.22:little2-sw::::Little:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.47.23:cwg-xmp::::6 Choate Road:Tamatha Lozeau:dell:windows 129.170.47.24:little102d-pr::::Little:Taveenphol Chardtumrong, 04/05:USRobotics:print server

  1. 129.170.47.32 thru 129.170.47.249 are DHCP.

129.170.147.1:choate-house.berry1-crt::::Berry machine room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS

129.170.147.3:choate-house1-ap::telnet snmp::Basement:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.147.10:buzoe::smtp telnet ftp::Choate House:Dana Williams:Dell:Linux 129.170.147.11:hecke::smtp telnet ftp::Choate:Tom Shemanske:Pentium:Linux 129.170.147.12:dilbert::smtp telnet ftp::Choate House:Dana Williams:Dell:Linux 129.170.147.14:siegel::smtp telnet ftp::Choate:Tom Shemanske:Pentium:Linux 129.170.147.15:calvin::smtp telnet ftp::Choate:Dana P. Williams:Pentium:Linux 129.170.147.16:generic::smtp telnet ftp::Choate:Jim Baumgartner:Dell:Linux 129.170.147.17:geom::smtp::Choate House:Peter.G.Doyle:Dell:Linux 129.170.147.18:choatehp4200::::Choate House:Tom Shemanske:HP:printer 129.170.147.19:ada::::Choate House 102:Carl Pomerance - Tom Shemanske:Dell:Linux 129.170.147.20:choate-ew::::Choate House first floor:Anne.Webster.Grant 1/05:hp:printer

  1. 129.170.147.50-249 are DHCP.

129.170.102.1:clement.switchroom1-crt::::switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.102.6:clement1-ap::telnet snmp::2nd fl term rm:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.102.7:clement2-ap::telnet snmp::outside 248:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.102.11:maya::::Clement 225:Peter W. Rapp, 5/02:Mac:MacX 129.170.102.16:clement-rm23-pr::::Clement room 23:Susan E Bibeau:HP:printer 129.170.102.17:scharoun:northstar:smtp telnet ftp::Clement:David Jewell:SGI-Indy:IRIX 129.170.102.18:photo::::clement 242:katherine colfer:Mac:MacX 129.170.102.19:mayaserv::::clement 225:Tim Tregubov:Mac:MacX

129.170.102.29:architecture_epson::::Clement 23:Susan Bibeau:Epson 1520:printer 129.170.102.30:schmidt::::Clement:Stacey Schmidt:PC:DOS 129.170.102.31:clement1-ac::::Clement:Keith Cutting:Access controller: 129.170.102.32:arch-designjet::::clement 245:susan bibeau 2/04:hp:printer

  1. 129.170.102.128 thru 129.170.102.249 are DHCP.

129.170.134.1:collis.switchroom1-crt::::Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.134.2:collis1-sw::telnet snmp::Collis:Charlie Clark:BAY-350:

  1. 129.170.134.4:collis1-ap::telnet snmp::Collis 2nd Fl IDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.134.5:collis2-ap::telnet snmp::Collis serving area:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.134.6:ddsimg1::::thayer production office:William.J.Williams.III 8/05:imagistics:printer 129.170.134.7:collis1-aps::telnet::Collis:Dave Kotz, 8/01:Intel:linux 129.170.134.8:collis1-alt-aps::telnet::Collis:Dave Kotz, 8/01:Intel:linux 129.170.134.9:collis5-sw::::Collis 3rd floor IDF:Charlie Clark:3550-48: 129.170.134.10:dda::::Thayer Dining Hall:Steve Edes:IBM-PC:DOS 129.170.134.11:collis6-ap::telnet snmp::Collis:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.134.12:fs1client::::Thayer Dining Hall:Steve Edes:IBM-PC:DOS 129.170.134.13:collis-hub::::College Hall:Charlie Clark:ASANTE-1012: 129.170.134.14:validine-1 validine::::Thayer Dining Hall:Scot Stammers:PS/2:DOS 129.170.134.15:validine-2::::Thayer Dining Hall:Scot Stammers:PC:DOS 129.170.134.16:validine-3::::Thayer Dining Hall:Scot Stammers:PC:DOS 129.170.134.17:validine-ws1::::Thayer Dining Hall:Scot Stammers:PC:DOS 129.170.134.18:validine-ws2::::Thayer Dining Hall:Scot Stammers:PC:DOS 129.170.134.19:validine-ws3::::Thayer Dining Hall:Scot Stammers:PC:DOS 129.170.134.20:validine-ws4::::Thayer Dining Hall:Scot Stammers:PC:DOS 129.170.134.21:loc24-pos::::Thayer Dining Hall:scott stammers:other:other 129.170.134.22:kosher-pos::::Kosher/ Halal dining:Scot Stammers:Intel:DOS 129.170.134.23:validine-ws5::::Thayer Dining Hall:Scot Stammers:PC:DOS 129.170.134.24:office-bc1::::Thayer Dining Hall:Scot Stammers:PoS: 129.170.134.25:topside-pos::::Thayer Dining Hall:Scot Stammers:PoS: 129.170.134.26:validine-ws6::::Thayer Dining Hall:Scot Stammers:PC:DOS 129.170.134.27:thayer1-pr::::Thayer Copy Center:Donna Gaffney:Xerox DC480: 129.170.134.28:careers::::Collis:Monica Wilson:Mac:MacOS 129.170.134.29:fc4050n::::Food Court Manager:Scot.W.Stammers:HP 4050N: 129.170.134.30:manager::::303 Collis:Patrice.A.Vidal:Mac G3:MacOS 129.170.134.31:assistant::::303 Collis:Patrice.A.Vidal:Mac LC575:MacOS 129.170.134.32:thayer-timeclock::::Thayer Dining Hall:Paul Zaslaw:Kronos: 129.170.134.33:collis-timeclock::::Collis:Paul Zaslaw:Kronos: 129.170.134.34:dc4050::::Thayer Dining Hall:Scot Stammers:HP Printer: 129.170.134.35:careersweb::::303A Collis:Monica Wilson:Mac:MacOS 129.170.134.36:international-color::::Collis International Office:Nick Pryer:other:printer 129.170.134.37:food-court20-pos::::Thayer Dining Hall:Scot Stammers:Intel:DOS 129.170.134.38:food-court21-pos::::Thayer Dining Hall:Scot Stammers:Intel:DOS 129.170.134.39:home-plate29-pos::::Thayer Dining Hall:Scot Stammers:Intel:DOS 129.170.134.40:home-plate30-pos::::Thayer Dining Hall:Scot Stammers:Intel:DOS 129.170.134.41:collis11-pos::::Collis:Scot Stammers:Intel:DOS 129.170.134.42:collis12-pos::::Collis:Scot Stammers:Intel:DOS 129.170.134.43:collis15-pos::::Collis:Scot Stammers:Intel:DOS 129.170.134.44:thayer2-pr::::Thayer Copy Center:Donna Gaffney:Xerox DC480: 129.170.134.45:cpmscd2000::::Thayer Copy Center:Donna Gaffney:Pitney-Bowes: 129.170.134.46:dds-fruitbar-pos::::Thayer Dining Hall:Scot Stammers:PoS: 129.170.134.47:location4-pos::::Thayer Dining Hall:Scot Stammers:PoS: 129.170.134.48:cllspr02::::Collis:Jonathan w. Hall:Xerox printer: 129.170.134.49:collis3-sw::::Collis 2nd floor IDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.134.50:collis4-sw::::Collis 2nd floor IDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24:

  1. 129.170.134.51:thayer1-ap::telnet snmp::basement term.:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.134.52:thayer2-ap::telnet snmp::attic E:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.134.53:thayer3-ap::telnet snmp::2nd fl machine rm E:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.134.54:thayer4-ap::telnet snmp::2nd fl machine rm W:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  5. 129.170.134.55:thayer5-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl S:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  6. 129.170.134.56:thayer6-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl W:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.134.57:copycenterxeroxserver::::Thayer Copy Center:Donna Gaffney:Dell: 129.170.134.58:cllspr01::::Collis Info Desk:Mike Hogan:Xerox:Pharos Printing 129.170.134.59:internationaloffice::::205A Collis:Darcy W Fifield:Epson:printer 129.170.134.60:collis6-sw::::Collis 3rd floor IDF:Charlie Clark:3550-24: 129.170.134.61:collis7-sw::::Collis BDF:Charlie Clark:3550-48: 129.170.134.63:collis9-sw::::Collis basement IDF:Charlie Clark:3550-48:

  1. 129.170.134.64 thru 249 are DHCP.

129.170.135.2:thayer1-sw::::Thayer Dining Hall:Charlie Clark:3550-48: 129.170.135.3:thayer2-sw::::Thayer Dining Hall:Charlie Clark:3550-48: 129.170.135.4:thayer3-sw::::Thayer Dining Hall:Charlie Clark:3550-48: 129.170.135.5:collis4-ap::::Collis:Charlie Clark:: 129.170.135.6:collis5-ap::::Collis:Charlie Clark::

129.170.135.8:cllsrs01::::Main Floor by info desk:jonathan.w.hall:greenprintstation:windows 129.170.135.9:cllsrs02::::Main Floor by info desk:jonathan.w.hall:greenprintstation:windows 129.170.135.10:opal::::Collis 211b:Brenda Goupie - Diana Samuels:Imagistics:copier-printer 129.170.135.11:cclpt::::Collis rm 2:Stephen Johnson - Donald Reed:HP:printer 129.170.135.12:collis-door-counter::::Collis rm 303K:Timothy Duggan:Wireless Door counter receiver: 129.170.135.13:collis-register::::Collis Atrium:Patrick Connelly:cash register: 129.170.135.14:intlnap::::205 collis:darcy fifield:imagistics:copier-printer 129.170.135.15:xn24thcnest::::Thayer Hall:William J. Williams III:Xerox:printer 129.170.135.16:xn24thpo::::Thayer Hall:William J. Williams III:Xerox:printer 129.170.135.17:xn24thhpcn::::Thayer Hall:William J. Williams III:Xerox:printer 129.170.135.18:xn40th2flrad::::Thayer Hall:William J. Williams III:Xerox:printer 129.170.135.19:ascprinter::::Collis 30:Holly A.T. Potter:Imagistics im3510:printer 129.170.135.20:dcard8400dp::::thayer dartmouth card office:scot stammers heidi jones:XEROX 8400DP:printer 129.170.135.21:dartfood::::Production Offices:William.J.Williams:HPD220:Windows 129.170.135.22:voyager::::collis 303c:Kim Hanchett:xerox N2125:printer

129.170.135.24:faseo::::thayer 6124:Wynona.J.Heim - Erin.B.Clark:hp:printer 129.170.135.25:cardiff::::thayer production office:William.J.Williams.III 12/04:dell:windows 129.170.135.26:nap1::::collis 205:H.Julie.Ratico 1/05:Xerox:printer 129.170.135.27:rohirrim::::collis 217:carol.f.bushway 1/05:hp:printer 129.170.135.28:sablitz03::::1st fl tv lounge:Lucas.E.Nikkel/Student Assembly 3/05:emac:osx 129.170.135.29:sablitz04::::1st fl tv lounge:Lucas.E.Nikkel/Student Assembly 3/05:emac:osx 129.170.135.30:sablitz05::::2nd fl balconies:Lucas.E.Nikkel/Student Assembly 3/05:emac:osx 129.170.135.31:sablitz06::::2nd fl balconies:Lucas.E.Nikkel/Student Assembly 3/05:emac:osx 129.170.135.32:sablitz07::::2nd fl balconies:Lucas.E.Nikkel/Student Assembly 3/05:emac:osx 129.170.135.33:sablitz08::::2nd fl balconies:Lucas.E.Nikkel/Student Assembly 3/05:emac:osx 129.170.135.34:sablitz09::::thayer, front foyer:Lucas.E.Nikkel/Student Assembly 3/05:emac:osx 129.170.135.35:sablitz10::::thayer, front foyer:Lucas.E.Nikkel/Student Assembly 3/05:emac:osx 129.170.135.36:sablitz11::::thayer, foyer near the blend:Lucas.E.Nikkel/Student Assembly 3/05:emac:osx 129.170.135.37:sablitz12::::thayer, foyer near the blend:Lucas.E.Nikkel/Student Assembly 3/05:emac:osx 129.170.135.38:sablitz13::::thayer, foyer near the blend:Lucas.E.Nikkel/Student Assembly 3/05:emac:osx 129.170.135.39:uti::::thayer, Card Office:scot.stammers 3/05:Perle:other 129.170.135.40:saxerox::::collis 205a:Lucas.Nikkel 4/01:xerox:printer 129.170.135.41:sablitz34::::collis 303:Lucas.E.Nikkel/Student Assembly 4/05:emac:osx

  1. 129.170.135.64 thru 249 are DHCP.

129.170.135.251:thayer1-av::::thayer pavilion:Christian Vollmann:Everfocus DVR:other

  1. Either vpn1 or vpn2 will respond to 129.170.3.254 depending on failover state.

129.170.3.254:vpn::::Berry Machine Room:Jason Jeffords:Cisco 3300:IOS 129.170.3.10:public.vpn1::::Berry Machine Room:Jason Jeffords:Cisco 3300:IOS 129.170.3.11:public.vpn2::::Berry Machine Room:Jason Jeffords:Cisco 3300:IOS

129.170.140.97:doc-house.switchroom1-crt::::Telephone Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.140.98:doc1-hub::::140 House:Charlie Clark:ASANTE-1012: 129.170.140.99:doc-house1-sw::::140:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.140.101:doc-house1-ap::telnet snmp::140 Basement:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

  1. 129.170.140.104 thru 126 are DHCP.

129.170.252.1:44sm.switchroom1-crt::::Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.252.161:17-e-wheelock.switchroom1-crt::::Telephone Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.252.163:17-e-wheelock1-ap::telnet snmp::1 Fl W:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.252.164:17-e-wheelock2-ap::telnet snmp::3 Fl E:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

  1. 129.170.252.170 thru 190 are DHCP.

129.170.252.193:19-e-wheelock.switchroom1-crt::::Telephone Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.252.195:19-e-wheelock1-ap::telnet snmp::1 Fl W:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.252.196:19-e-wheelock2-ap::telnet snmp::3 Fl E:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

  1. 129.170.252.198 thru 222 are DHCP.

129.170.246.1:e-wheelock.fairchild1-crt::ssh::Fairchild:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6506: 129.170.246.2:e-wheelock1-sw::::13 E Wheelock:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.246.5:andres1-ac::::Andres:Keith.A.Cutting:Lenel access controller: 129.170.246.6:zimmerman1-ac::::Zimmerman:Keith.A.Cutting:Lenel access controller:

129.170.246.16:fyocolor::::Brace 1:John Pfister - warren.d.belding:Tektronix:printer 129.170.246.17:sablitz22::::brace commons,next to greenprint, near path to zimmerman:Lucas.E.Nikkel/Student Assembly 3/05:emac:osx 129.170.246.18:brcers01::::brace commons:jonathan.w.hall:greenprintstation:windows 129.170.246.19:brace2::::brace commons:Judy MacNeil:xerox:printer

  1. 129.170.246.20:thirteen-east1-ap::telnet snmp::13 E Wheelock:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.246.21:zimmerman1-ap::telnet snmp::4th fl janitor:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.246.22:zimmerman2-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl janitor:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.246.24:zimmerman4-ap::telnet snmp::Brace term. room E:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  5. 129.170.246.25:zimmerman5-ap::telnet snmp::Brace hall W:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  6. 129.170.246.26:andres1-ap::telnet snmp::4th fl janitor:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  7. 129.170.246.27:andres2-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl janitor:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  8. 129.170.246.28:zimmerman6-ap::telnet snmp::3rd Fl EW wing:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  9. 129.170.246.29:zimmerman7-ap::telnet snmp::3rd Fl NS wing:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  10. 129.170.246.30:andres3-ap::telnet snmp::3rd Fl NS wing:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  11. 129.170.246.31:andres4-ap::telnet snmp::3rd Fl EW wing:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.246.32:hoohoo::::208 Andres:Jonathan Eisenman, 10/02:computer:Linux 129.170.246.33:andres1-sw::::Andres:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.246.34:andres2-sw::::Andres:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.246.35:andres3-sw::::Andres:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.246.36:zimmerman1-sw::::Zimmerman:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.246.37:zimmerman2-sw::::Zimmerman:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.246.38:zimmerman3-sw::::Zimmerman:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.246.39:zenith::::McCulloch 213:Ohene K. Ohene-Adu, 3/03:Intel:Linux

  1. 129.170.246.40 to 254 is reserved for DHCP

129.170.247.4:mcculloch1-sw::::McCulloch BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24 poe: 129.170.247.5:morton1-ac::::Morton:Keith.A.Cutting:Lenel access controller: 129.170.247.6:mcculloch1-ac::::McCulloch:Keith.A.Cutting:Lenel access controller: 129.170.247.7:morton2-sw::::Morton:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.247.8:morton3-sw::::Morton:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.247.9:morton4-sw::::Morton:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24:

129.170.247.11:mcculloch2-sw::::McCulloch:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.247.12:mcculloch3-sw::::McCulloch:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.247.13:mcculloch4-sw::::McCulloch:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.247.14:brcepr01::::Brace Common:Jonathan w. Hall:Xerox printer: 129.170.247.15:allenchoi::::McCulloch:Allen Choi, 1/02:PC:W9x 129.170.247.16:mcculloch5-sw::::McCulloch:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.247.17:px2048::::east wheelock snack bar:scot stammers:cash register: 129.170.247.18:mcculloch1-aps::::bdf:david kotz:Intel:linux 129.170.247.19:pumpkin::::Morton 202A:Daniel G. Peebles:mac:osx

  1. 129.170.247.21:mcculloch1-ap::telnet snmp::405 McCulloch:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.247.22:mcculloch2-ap::telnet snmp::410 McCulloch:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.247.23:mcculloch3-ap::telnet snmp::305 McCulloch:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.247.24:mcculloch4-ap::telnet snmp::310 McCulloch:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  5. 129.170.247.25:mcculloch5-ap::telnet snmp::315 McCulloch:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  6. 129.170.247.26:mcculloch6-ap::telnet snmp::205 McCulloch:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  7. 129.170.247.27:mcculloch7-ap::telnet snmp::210 McCulloch:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  8. 129.170.247.28:mcculloch8-ap::telnet snmp::212 McCulloch:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  9. 129.170.247.29:mcculloch9-ap::telnet snmp::105 McCulloch:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  10. 129.170.247.30:mcculloch10-ap::telnet snmp::110 McCulloch:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  11. 129.170.247.31:mcculloch11-ap::telnet snmp::112 McCulloch:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  12. 129.170.247.32:mcculloch12-ap::telnet snmp::Bsmt Seminar Room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  13. 129.170.247.33:morton1-ap::telnet snmp::4th fl S chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  14. 129.170.247.34:morton2-ap::telnet snmp::4th fl N chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  15. 129.170.247.35:morton3-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl S chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  16. 129.170.247.36:morton4-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl N chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  17. 129.170.247.40 through 249 are reserved for DHCP.

129.170.112.1:inside.bioepi1-fw::::Evergreen:Charlie Clark or John Gilman:Cisco PIX 506E:IOS 129.170.112.2:evergreen1-sw::::Evergreen Level 3:Charlie Clark:Bay350:

  1. 129.170.112.3 and 4 are reserved for Network Services.

129.170.112.5:macrm300::::Evergreen 300:Paul Courtney:Mac:MacOS 129.170.112.6:macrm323::::Evergreen 323:Paul Courtney:Mac:MacOS 129.170.112.7:bohr::::Evergreen 301:john.l.gilman 3/05:compaq:deskpro 129.170.112.8:pcrm336::::Evergreen 336:Paul Courtney:Intel:Windows 129.170.112.9:drc::::Evergreen 312:John Gilman:Intel:Windows 129.170.112.10:ppsg::::Evergreen 3rd floor:John Gilman:Intel:Windows 129.170.112.11:d026k496::::Evergreen 331:John Gilman:Intel:NT 129.170.112.12:sport::::Evergreen:John Gilman:Intel:NT 129.170.112.13:nsn::::Evergreen:John Gilman:Intel:NT 129.170.112.14:bioinformatics www.bioinformatics::::Evergreen:John Gilman:Intel:NT 129.170.112.15:glnecec::::Evergreen:John Gilman:Intel:NT 129.170.112.16:sunsafe::::Evergreen 301:John Gilman:Intel:NT 129.170.112.17:nhpih www.nhpih::::Evergreen 301:John Gilman:Intel:windows 129.170.112.18:pcrm323::::Evergreen 323:Paul Courtney:Compaq:Windows 129.170.112.19:ccop::::Evergreen I rm 312:John Gilman:Intel:WNT 129.170.112.20:bio-epistat1::::Evergreen Level 3:John Gilman:: 129.170.112.21:be-sp::::Evergreen Level 3:John Gilman:: 129.170.112.22:be-jb::::Evergreen Level 3:John Gilman:: 129.170.112.23:be-admin1::::Evergreen Level 3:John Gilman:: 129.170.112.24:be-admin2::::Evergreen Level 3:John Gilman:: 129.170.112.25:moose::::Evergreen Level 3:John Gilman:: 129.170.112.26:dabomb::::Evergreen 325:John Gilman:Mac:MacOS 129.170.112.27:galileo::::Evergreen 312:John Gilman:Intel:WNT 129.170.112.28:davinci::::Evergreen 312:John Gilman:Intel:WNT 129.170.112.29:kepler::::Evergreen 312:John Gilman:Intel:WNT

  1. 129.170.112.30 thru 62 are DHCP.

129.170.112.63:pcrm324::::Evergreen 324:Paul Courtney:Compaq:Windows 129.170.112.64:pcrm304::::Evergreen 304:Paul Courtney:Compaq:Windows

129.170.112.67:pcrm317::::Evergreen 317:Paul Courtney:Compaq:Windows 129.170.112.68:d302b855::::Evergreen 340:Susan Rovell-Rixx - Paul Courtney:Other:Windows 129.170.112.69:oscar::::Evergreen Level 3:John Gilman:IBM PC:WNT 129.170.112.70:astoria::::Evergreen Level 3:John Gilman:Intel:NT 129.170.112.71:sweetums::::Evergreen Level 3:John Gilman:Intel:NT 129.170.112.72:bioinfo4::::Evergreen 314:John Gilman:compaq:windows 129.170.112.73:copernicus::::Evergreen 314:John Gilman:compaq:windows 129.170.112.74:biodev3::::Evergreen Level 3:John Gilman:hp:windows 129.170.112.75:bioinfo2::::Evergreen 312:John Gilman:Intel:NT 129.170.112.76:julian::::Evergreen 312:John Gilman:Intel:Windows 129.170.112.77:bioepi::::Evergreen Level 3:John Gilman:IMac:Linux 129.170.112.78:biodev1::::Evergreen 312:John Gilman:Intel:NT 129.170.112.79:biodev2::::Evergreen 312:John Gilman:Intel:NT

  1. 129.170.112.80 thru 99 are generic fixed addresses. See fixed.spec. Questions to John Gilman.
  2. .98 .97 and .96 used per permission of John Gilman

129.170.112.96:hughes::::Evergreen 312:John Gilman:hp:windows 129.170.112.97:earhart::::Evergreen 314:John Gilman:compaq:windows 129.170.112.98:edison::::Evergreen 312:John Gilman:Intel:NT 129.170.112.99:tempto::::Evergreen 46 suite 301:intel:windows

  1. 129.170.112.100 thru 126 are DHCP.
  2. 129.170.112.127 ***END OF 112.0/25***

129.170.112.129:e1-0.evergreen1-rt::telnet::Evergreen Level 1:Charlie Clark:CISCO: 129.170.112.130:evergreen1-hub::::Evergreen Level 1:Charlie Clark:ASANTE-1012: 129.170.112.131:evergreen2-sw::::bdf:Charlie Clark 4/05:Cisco 3550-24:

129.170.112.146:mars::telnet ftp::Evergreen 105:Qing-Lin Zhu:Sun Ultra-10:Solaris 129.170.112.147:msemac::::Evergreen suite 105 room 104:M Scottie Eliassen:Mac:OSX 129.170.112.148:nhmn3::::Evergreen suite 105 hallway:bridgett.m.luce 2/05:Imagistics:priner

  1. 129.170.112.150 thru 190 are DHCP.
  2. 129.170.112.191 ***END OF 112.128/26***

129.170.99.1:bio-lab.switchroom1-crt::::Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.99.10:7lucent1-ac::::bio-lab centerra:keith.cutting:access controller: 129.170.99.11:quercus::::bio-lab 103:Kathryn.Cottingham nicole.l.hamilton:Xerox:printer 129.170.99.12:cbiolabs::::bio-lab 103D:ann.m.lavanway:Imagistics:printer 129.170.99.13:guano::::bio-lab 112:ann.m.lavanway:hp:printer 129.170.99.14:chlamylj::::bio-lab 112:Elizabeth.F.Smith:hp:printer 129.170.99.15:sachmo::::bio-lab 113:Mark McPeek:2300DTN:hp 129.170.99.16:chargaff::::bio-lab 113:Albert.Erives 10/04:dell:linux 129.170.99.17:crayola::::bio-lab 104:ann.m.lavanway:hp:printer 129.170.99.18:fruitfly::::bio-lab 113:Edward B. Dubrovsky 11/04:HP 2300DN:printer 129.170.99.19:bio-01.grid::::bio-lab:James E. Dobson 1/05:: 129.170.99.20:bio-02.grid::::bio-lab:James E. Dobson 1/05:: 129.170.99.21:bio-03.grid::::bio-lab:James E. Dobson 1/05:: 129.170.99.22:bio-04.grid::::bio-lab:James E. Dobson 1/05:: 129.170.99.23:bio-05.grid::::bio-lab:James E. Dobson 1/05:: 129.170.99.24:bio-06.grid::::bio-lab:James E. Dobson 1/05:: 129.170.99.25:anax::::bio-lab 104:mark.a.mcpeek 3/05:dell:linux

  1. 129.170.99.31 thru 126 are reserved for dhcp.

129.170.139.1:fairbanks.switchroom1-crt::::Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.139.2:fairbanks-hub::::Fairbanks:Charlie Clark:ASANTE-1012: 129.170.139.3:fairbanks1-sw::::Fairbanks:Chazz Clark:Bay-350: 129.170.139.4:fairbanks1-ap::telnet snmp::205 Fairbanks:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.139.5:fairbanks2-ap::telnet snmp::South 3rd Fl:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.139.6:fairbanks2-sw::::south fairbanks 3rdfloor idf:sean dunten:Cisco 3550-48

  1. 129.170.139.10:vidconinstrsvc::::Fairbanks 201:andrew.g.faunce:Polycom Viewstation:
  2. 129.170.139.11:badlands dofcomms facballots websurveys 2006 my 2008::smtp::Fairbanks:Brian Hughes:Intel:Linux
  3. 129.170.139.13:fmweb fmpublish fmcollect flushot hopushers::::Fairbanks:Bill Brawley:Mac G3:MacOS

129.170.139.14:comm frontier manila 2007 webpub::::Fairbanks:Bill Brawley:Mac G3:MacOS

  1. 129.170.139.16:reg-color::::122 fairbanks:leroy graham:Xerox:printer

129.170.139.17:commfiles::::Fairbanks:Brian Hughes:Quantum Snap:NFS 129.170.139.18:bbrawley wap::::Fairbanks:Bill Brawley:Mac:MacOS 129.170.139.19:jayc::::Fairbanks:Jay Collier:Mac:MacOS 129.170.139.20:rainbowvale::::Fairbanks:Brian Hughes:Xerox Phaser 850DP: 129.170.139.21:foir::::3rd fl N Fairbanks:Timothy B. Hozier:Mac:MacOS 129.170.139.22:comm2k::::N Fairbanks:Brian Hughes:Intel:WNT 129.170.139.23:tuckercopy::::S Fairbanks 201:Jason Keenum:Pitney Bowes:Fiery 129.170.139.24:ir1::::N Fairbanks:Lou Anne Cain:Mac:MacOS 129.170.139.25:ir2::::N Fairbanks:Lou Anne Cain:Mac:MacOS 129.170.139.26:ir3::::N Fairbanks:Lou Anne Cain:Mac:MacOS 129.170.139.27:asg::::301 N Fairbanks:Alan S German:Mac:MacOS 129.170.139.28:research-copier::::205 N Fairbanks:Gregory Wildman:Imagistics:printer 129.170.139.29:dev-gc::::201 N Fairbanks:Eleanor J. Clark:HP:printer

  1. 129.170.139.30:reg-color::::122 fairbanks:leroy graham:Xerox:printer

129.170.139.31:tucker1::::south fairbanks, tucker foundation:Susan Monica 06/04:xerox:printer 129.170.139.32:tucker2::::south fairbanks, tucker foundation:Susan Monica 06/04:xerox:printer 129.170.139.33:tuckermain::::south fairbanks, tucker foundation:Susan Monica 06/04:pitneybowes:printer 129.170.139.34:tucker3::::south fairbanks 102:Susan Monica 06/04:xerox:printer 129.170.139.35:digit::::north fairbanks 306:jay.collier 11/04:G4:OSX 129.170.139.36:muse::::north fairbanks 302:ellen.kanner 11/04:G4:OSX 129.170.139.37:webstudio::::north fairbanks 302:jay.collier 11/04:G4:OSX 129.170.139.38:ir-hpcolor::::north fairbanks 205:gregory.l.wildman 7/05:xerox:printer

  1. 129.170.139.128 thru 249 are DHCP.

129.170.22.1:fairchild-steele.fairchild1-crt::::Fairchild Map Room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6506: 129.170.22.2:fairchild1-sw::::Fairchild BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.22.3:fairchild2-sw::::Fairchild BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.22.6:steele1-sw::::Steele IDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.22.7:steele2-sw::::Steele IDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48:

  1. 129.170.22.8:fairchild1-ap::telnet snmp::4th Fl:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.22.9:fairchild2-ap::telnet snmp::3rd Fl Core:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.22.10:fairchild3-ap::telnet snmp::3rd Fl stacks:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.22.11:fairchild4-ap::telnet snmp::2nd E corridor:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  5. 129.170.22.12:fairchild5-ap::telnet snmp::1st W corridor:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  6. 129.170.22.13:steele1-ap::telnet snmp::6D Steele:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  7. 129.170.22.14:steele2-ap::telnet snmp::2nd Fl East Hall:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  8. 129.170.22.15:steele3-ap::telnet snmp::2nd Fl West Hall:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  9. 129.170.22.16:steele4-ap::telnet snmp::4th Fl Column:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  10. 129.170.22.17:steele5-ap::telnet snmp::BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.22.18:fairchild1-aps::telnet::BDF:Dave Kotz, 05/04:Intel:linux 129.170.22.19:fairchild-ac::::Fairchild (sic):Keith Cutting:Dell:Windows 129.170.22.20:fairchild3-sw::::Fairchild BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.22.21:fairchild4-sw::::Fairchild BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.22.22:fairchild5-sw::::Fairchild IDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.22.23:fairchild6-sw::::Fairchild IDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.22.24:fairchild7-sw::::Fairchild Tower:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.22.25:fairchild8-sw::::Fairchild IDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.22.26:fairchild9-sw::::Fairchild IDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.22.27:fairchild10-sw::::Fairchild IDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.22.28:steele3-sw::::Steele IDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.22.29:steele4-sw::::Steele IDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.22.30:steele5-sw::::Steele IDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.22.31:fairchild11-sw::::Fairchild IDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.22.32:steele6-sw::::Steele IDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.22.33:steele7-sw::::Steele IDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.22.34:steele8-sw::::Steele IDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.22.35:molasseswriter::::Fairchild 211:Nocole Hamilton - Leslie Sonder:GCC Elite 12/1200:printer 129.170.22.36:kresge-im4510::::Fairchild Kresge Library:Karen MacPhee:Imagistics:printer 129.170.22.37:asawriter1::::Fairchild 114:Nicole Hamilton:Epson 1280:printer 129.170.22.38:wrightwriter::::Fairchild:Barbara Mellert - Kelly White::printer 129.170.22.39:geography2125::::Fairchild 7a:Barbara Mellert - Kelly White:Xerox:printer 129.170.22.40:geographyhp4200::::Fairchild 1st Floor:Barbara Mellert - Kelly White:HP:printer 129.170.22.41:pannigabluk::::Fairchild:Dianne Casey:Epson Stylus C80N:printer 129.170.22.42:krsgpr01::::Kresge Library:Jonathan w. Hall:Xerox printer: 129.170.22.43:hugo::::Steele 112:Carrie.M.Larabee - Nicole Hamilton - Paul Zitz:dell:printer 129.170.22.44:floodfile::::Fairchild 113a:Barbara Mellert - Elaine Anderson:Mac:MacOS 129.170.22.45:earthsciences-copier::::Fairchild 288:Jodie Davi, 5/02:Pitney-Bowes: 129.170.22.46:ears::::Fairchild 208:Carl Renshaw:Mac:OS X 129.170.22.47:magma::::Fairchild:Edward E. Meyer:Sun:Solaris firewall 129.170.22.48:asaplotter1::::Fairchild:Edward E. Meyer:HP:plotter 129.170.22.49:rox::::Fairchild 215:Edward E. Meyer:Dell:WNT 129.170.22.50:forest::::Steele:Eric Miller:Mac-Quadra:MacOS 129.170.22.51:geog-server::::Fairchild:Daniel Karnes:MAC:MacOS/ASIP 129.170.22.52:volcano::http::204 Fairchild:Randy Spydell:MAC:MacOS 129.170.22.53:phsc-check::::Kresge Library:Jenny Merrill:PC:3M-Checkout 129.170.22.54:gecko::telnet smtp ftp::Steele:Eric Miller, 2/01:Iris Indigo2 XL:IRIX 129.170.22.55:dfo::::121 Fairchild:Elaine Anderson:Dell:WNT 129.170.22.56:kresge-ill::::Fairchild:Leslie Shahi:Dell:Windows 129.170.22.57:heimsath-pr::::Steele 223:Arjun Heimsath:Tektronix 850DP: 129.170.22.58:gandalf::smtp telnet ftp::Fairchild 211:David A. Townsend:Sun-SPARCclassic:SunOS 5.4 129.170.22.59:kresge-ricoh::::Kresge Library:Barbara DeFelice:Xerox: 129.170.22.60:caldera:northstar:smtp telnet ftp::Fairchild (Rahr Lab):David Jewell, 2/01:SGI-Indy:IRIX 129.170.22.61:bilbo::smtp telnet ftp::Fairchild:Carl Renshaw:DEC Alpha:DEC UNIX 129.170.22.62:smaug::::Fairchild:David.A.Townsend:Mac:MachTen 129.170.22.63:frodo::::402 Fairchild:David.A.Townsend:Mac:MacOS 129.170.22.64:basalt:northstar:smtp telnet ftp::Kresge Library:David Jewell, 2/01:SGI:IRIX 129.170.22.65:garnet:northstar:smtp telnet ftp::Kresge Library:David Jewell, 2/01:SGI-Indy:IRIX 129.170.22.66:lapis:northstar:smtp telnet ftp::Kresge Library:David Jewell, 2/01:SGI-Indy:IRIX 129.170.22.67:beryl:northstar:smtp telnet ftp::Kresge Library:David Jewell, 2/01:SGI-Indy:IRIX 129.170.22.68:kresgewin95one::smtp telnet::Kresge Library:Barbara DeFelice:Dell:WIN98 129.170.22.69:satellitewriter1::::114 Fairchild:David Townsend:Epson 900N: 129.170.22.70:asalaser1::::114 Fairchild:David Townsend:Epson 900N: 129.170.22.71:gismap::::215 Fairchild:Edward E. Meyer:Dell:WNT 129.170.22.72:eclogite::::215 Fairchild:Edward E. Meyer:Sun:Solaris 129.170.22.73:physsci1::::Kresge Library:Karen MacPhee:HP: 129.170.22.74:physsci3::::Kresge Library:Karen MacPhee:HP: 129.170.22.75:chromawriter::::211 Fairchild:Edward E. Meyer Leslie Sonder:Xerox:Printer 129.170.22.76:geog-copier::::118A Fairchild:Kelly P White:photocopier: 129.170.22.77:africa::::Steele Hall - Fairchild:Salil Sharma:Dell:Windows 129.170.22.78:bpaton::::Steele Hall 11a:Micole Hamilton - Bonnie Paton:Xerox:printer 129.170.22.79:envs-teaching-lab::::Steele Hall 103:Paul Zietz:HP laserjet 2200DN:printer 129.170.22.80:thoreau::::108 Fairchild:Paul Zietz:HP laserjet 2200DN:printer 129.170.22.81:metamorphic::::226c Fairchild:Edward Meyer:SGI:irix 129.170.22.82:octapole::::224 Steele:Edward Meyer - Stefan Sturup:HP:printer 129.170.22.83:chert::::216 Fairchild:Jodie Davi:HP:printer 129.170.22.84:aldo::::113 Steele:Nicole Hamilton - Paul Zietz:Xerox:printer 129.170.22.85:geo::::Fairchild 227:Edward Meyer - Jodie Davi:Dell:windows 129.170.22.86:dickbc82::::Fairchild 122:Nicole Hamilton - Richard Birnie:Epson C82:printer 129.170.22.87:bdepsonstylusc82::::Fairchild 311:Barbara DeFelice:Epson C82:printer 129.170.22.88:sciinfrsc::::Kresge:Ellen Young - Selina Khan:Mac:MacOS 129.170.22.89:envs-eml::::114 Steele:Nichole Hamilton - Paul Zietz:HP 2330DN:printer 129.170.22.90:cts_steele_006::::006 Steele:andrew faunce:intel:audiovisual 129.170.22.91:zircon::::411 fairchild:jodie davi:apple:printer 129.170.22.92:cer::::208 fairchild:carl renshaw:mac:osx 129.170.22.93:physcicolor::::Kresge Library:Selina Khan::printer 129.170.22.94:brower::::fairchild 108:paul zietz 1/23/04:hp:printer 129.170.22.95:gisprinter::::fairchild 1st floor:xun shi 2/6/04:hp:printer 129.170.22.96:geography::::fairchild 18a:kelly p white 2/6/04:xerox:printer 129.170.22.97:beethovenprinter::::fairchild 014:Xun Shi 2/04:xerox:printer 129.170.22.98:xrdwriter::::fairchild 219:jodie davi 2/04:other:printer 129.170.22.99:physsci4::::Kresge:Selina Khan 3/04:xerox:printer 129.170.22.100:lexmarkc720::::fairchild 208:Carl Renshaw:other:printer 129.170.22.101:sphene::::fairchild 217:Jodie Davi:hp:printer 129.170.22.102:geogdata::::fairchild 007:Xun Shi:dell:windows 129.170.22.103:xphaser45::::Steele 306:Charles Ciambra 05/04:xerox:printer 129.170.22.104:xphaser36::::Steele 315:Charles Ciambra 05/04:xerox:printer 129.170.22.105:geobackup::::Steele 215:Edward.E.Meyer 10/04:dell:windows 129.170.22.106:kresgecirc::::Kresge Library:Karen.A.MacPhee 10/04:dell:windows 129.170.22.107:envs-fax::::Steele 113:paul.zietz 11/04:other:windows 129.170.22.108:krsgrs01::::third floor:jonathan.w.hall:greenprintstation:windows 129.170.22.109:fcrlrs01::::Rahr Lab:jonathan.w.hall 1/05:dell:windows 129.170.22.110:fcrlpr01::::Rahr Lab:jonathan.w.hall 1/05:xerox:printer 129.170.22.111:kresgepub3::::fairchild 304:selina.khan 2/05:dell:windows 129.170.22.112:icewriter::::fairchild 211:Edward.E.Meyer 3/05:hp:printer 129.170.22.113:sablitz26::::fairchild tower, 1st floor east side:Lucas.E.Nikkel/Student Assembly 3/05:emac:osx 129.170.22.114:sablitz27::::fairchild tower, 3rd floor east side:Lucas.E.Nikkel/Student Assembly 3/05:emac:osx 129.170.22.115:sablitz28::::fairchild tower, 1st floor east side:Lucas.E.Nikkel/Student Assembly 3/05:emac:osx 129.170.22.116:sablitz29::::fairchild tower, 3rd floor east side:Lucas.E.Nikkel/Student Assembly 3/05:emac:osx 129.170.22.117:bug-lab::::steele 105:paul.zietz 3/05:hp:printer 129.170.22.118:physci5::::fairchild 318:selina.khan 3/05:epson:printer 129.170.22.119:polarprint::::fairchild 112:Anne.E.Udry warren.belding 7/05:hp:printer 129.170.22.120:fairchild900-rt::::Fairchild Tower:David Bourque:Netgear Router for Wavecomm 900Mhz: 129.170.22.121:geolinux::::fairchild 217:cynthia.chen 7/05:dell:linux

  1. 129.170.22.128 thru 249 are DHCP.
  2. 129.170.23.1 thru 249 are DHCP.

129.170.224.1:fairchild-wireless.fairchild1-crt::::Fairchild Map Room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6506:

  1. 129.170.224.2:thirteen-east1-ap::telnet snmp::13 E Wheelock:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.224.3:andres1-ap::telnet snmp::4th fl janitor:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.224.4:andres2-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl janitor:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.224.5:andres3-ap::telnet snmp::3rd Fl NS wing:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  5. 129.170.224.6:andres4-ap::telnet snmp::3rd Fl EW wing:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.224.7:heorot1-ap::telnet snmp::11 E Wheelock:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.224.8:heorot2-ap::telnet snmp::11 E Wheelock:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

  1. 129.170.224.9:mcculloch1-ap::telnet snmp::405 McCulloch:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.224.10:mcculloch2-ap::telnet snmp::410 McCulloch:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.224.11:mcculloch3-ap::telnet snmp::305 McCulloch:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.224.12:mcculloch4-ap::telnet snmp::310 McCulloch:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  5. 129.170.224.13:mcculloch5-ap::telnet snmp::315 McCulloch:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  6. 129.170.224.14:mcculloch6-ap::telnet snmp::205 McCulloch:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  7. 129.170.224.15:mcculloch7-ap::telnet snmp::210 McCulloch:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  8. 129.170.224.16:mcculloch8-ap::telnet snmp::212 McCulloch:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  9. 129.170.224.17:mcculloch9-ap::telnet snmp::105 McCulloch:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  10. 129.170.224.18:mcculloch10-ap::telnet snmp::110 McCulloch:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  11. 129.170.224.19:mcculloch11-ap::telnet snmp::112 McCulloch:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  12. 129.170.224.20:mcculloch12-ap::telnet snmp::Bsmt Seminar Room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.224.21:wheeler1-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl NW chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.224.22:wheeler2-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl SE chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.224.23:wheeler3-ap::telnet snmp::4th fl NW chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.224.24:wheeler4-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl SE chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

  1. 129.170.224.25:richardson1-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl N chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.224.26:richardson2-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl S chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.224.27:richardson3-ap::telnet snmp::2nd fl S chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.224.28:richardson4-ap::telnet snmp::3rd fl N chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  5. 129.170.224.29:morton1-ap::telnet snmp::4th fl S chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  6. 129.170.224.30:morton2-ap::telnet snmp::4th fl N chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  7. 129.170.224.31:morton3-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl S chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  8. 129.170.224.32:morton4-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl N chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  9. 129.170.224.33:zimmerman1-ap::telnet snmp::4th fl janitor:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  10. 129.170.224.34:zimmerman2-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl janitor:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  11. 129.170.224.35:zimmerman4-ap::telnet snmp::Brace term. room E:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  12. 129.170.224.36:zimmerman5-ap::telnet snmp::Brace hall W:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  13. 129.170.224.37:zimmerman6-ap::telnet snmp::3rd Fl EW wing:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  14. 129.170.224.38:zimmerman7-ap::telnet snmp::3rd Fl NS wing:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  15. 129.170.224.39:mortonWDS::telnet snmp::morton BDF:David Bourque:Cisco 1200:

129.170.224.40:aruba-fairchild1-vlan224::::Fairchild:David Bourque:Aruba 5000: 129.170.224.41:aruba-berry1-vlan224::::Berry Machine Room:Aruba 5000: 129.170.224.42:aruba-fairchild2-vlan224::::Fairchild:David Bourque:Aruba 5000: 129.170.224.43:aruba-berry2-vlan224::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba 5000:

  1. 129.170.224.50 thru 254 and 129.170.225.2 thru 254 are DHCP.
  2. 129.170.226.2 thru 254 and 129.170.227.2 thru 249 are DHCP.

129.170.157.193:fire-n-skoal.switchroom1-crt::ssh::Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.157.194:fire-n-skoal1-sw::telnet::Fire & Skoal:Charlie Clark:Asante: 129.170.157.195:fire-n-skoal1-ap::::Fire & Skoal:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.157.196:barnabus5::::Fire & Skoal rm 203:Joseph M. Kinpel:intel:linux 129.170.157.197:fireskoal-uds10::::Fire & Skoal basement laundry room:scot.stammers 12/04:lantronix uds10:other

  1. 129.170.157.200 thru 249 are DHCP.

129.170.120.1:fleet.switchroom1-crt::ssh::Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.120.4:fleet1-sw::::Fleet:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.120.5:fleet2-sw::::Fleet:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.120.6:fleet3-sw::::Fleet:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.120.7:fleet4-sw::::Fleet:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.120.10:fleet1-ap::telnet snmp::closet near 312:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.120.11:fleet2-ap::telnet snmp::3rd Fl MDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.120.12:csstaff::::fleet 200:Bonnie.S.Holbrook 9/04:HP 2550:printer 129.170.120.13:csleo::::fleet 200:Bonnie.S.Holbrook 9/04:HP 2300:printer 129.170.120.14:csscribe::::fleet 3rd floor:Patrice Vidal 9/04:Xerox N2125:printer

129.170.120.20:credserver::::205 Fleet:Patrice.A.Vidal:Mac:MacOS 129.170.120.21:csepiphany::::200 Fleet:Patrice.A.Vidal:HP:printer

  1. 129.170.120.40 thru 249 are DHCP.

129.170.140.225:dcccc.switchroom1-crt::::Telephone switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.140.226:ebi-dccc::::dccc:larwrence battis:other:other 129.170.140.227:dcccc1-ac::::dcccc:kieth cutting:other:other 129.170.140.228:dcccc1-ap::::dcccc:sean dunten:cisco:ap 129.170.140.229:dcccc2-ap::::dcccc:sean dunten:cisco:ap 129.170.140.230:dcccc1-sw::::dcccc:charlie clark:asante 3524:switch 129.170.140.231:dcccc2-sw::::dcccc:charlie clark:asante 3524:switch 129.170.140.232:dccccoffice::::dccccoffice:Christina.M.Wilson 3/05:hp:printer

  1. 129.170.140.234 thru 254 are DHCP.

129.170.40.1:dialup.berry1-crt::::Berry:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.40.4:dialup1-hub::::Berry:Charlie Clark:Asante: 129.170.40.11:ka1-rac ka1::telnet::Berry:Charlie Clark:Annex-XL: 129.170.40.13:ka3-rac ka3::telnet::Berry:Charlie Clark:Annex-RA4000: 129.170.40.14:ka4-rac ka4::telnet::Berry:Charlie Clark:Annex-RA4000:

  1. See fixed.spec for addresses assigned to dialup ports.
  2. 129.170.40.255 ***END OF 40***

129.170.76.1:dialup.switchroom1-crt::::Telephone Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.76.6:switchroom1-rac::telnet::telephone switchroom:Charlie Clark:Bay-RAC8000: 129.170.76.7:switchroom2-rac::telnet::telephone switchroom:Charlie Clark:Bay-RAC8000: 129.170.76.8:switchroom3-rac::telnet::telephone switchroom:Charlie Clark:Bay-RAC8000: 129.170.76.9:switchroom4-rac::telnet::telephone switchroom:Charlie Clark:Bay-RAC8000: 129.170.76.10:switchroom5-rac::telnet::telephone switchroom:Charlie Clark:Bay-RAC8000: 129.170.76.15:switchroom2-as::telnet::telephone switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco AS5400:IOS

  1. 129.170.76.21 thru 66 were ports on pottery1-rac's 2 PRIs
  2. 129.170.76.67 thru 112 were ports on pottery2-rac's 2 PRIs
  3. 129.170.76.113 thru 158 were ports on switchroom1-rac's 2 PRIs
  4. 129.170.76.159 thru 204 were ports on switchroom2-rac's 2 PRIs
  5. 129.170.76.205 thru 250 were ports on switchroom3-rac's 2 PRIs
  6. 129.170.76.251 thru 129.170.77.0 are reserved.
  7. 129.170.77.1 thru 46 were ports on switchroom4-rac's 2 PRIs
  8. 129.170.77.47 thru 92 were ports on switchroom5-rac's 2 PRIs
  9. 129.170.78.126 thru 129.170.79.253 are ports on switchroom2-as's PRIs

129.170.173.1:foley.switchroom1-crt::::Telephone Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:

  1. 129.170.173.2:foley1-ap::telnet snmp::20 West St.:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.173.3:foley1-sw::::20 West St.:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.173.10:foley-uds10::::laundry room:scot.stammers 12/04:lantronix uds10:other

  1. 129.170.173.128-249 are DHCP.
  2. 129.170.GALLERIA.1:galleria.switchroom1-crt::::Telephone Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:
  3. 129.170.GALLERIA.2:galleria1-hub::::Galleria:Charlie Clark:Asante:
  4. 129.170.GALLERIA.3:galleria1-ap::telnet snmp::Galleria office:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  5. 129.170.GALLERIA.6:damproduction::::Galleria:Lee Michaelides:Mac:MacOS
  6. 129.170.GALLERIA.8 through 129.170.GALLERIA.30 are DHCP.
  7. 129.170.10.1 thru 15 is a /28 subnet in the switchroom.

129.170.10.1:netdevs.switchroom1-crt::::Telephone Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.10.10:switchroom1-csu switchroom-csu::::Switchroom:Charlie Clark:DigitalLink Shelf: 129.170.10.11:switchroom1-tut switchroom-tut::::Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Tut-ASDL:

  1. 129.170.10.17 thru 31 is a /28 subnet in Berry for Mac gateways.

129.170.10.17:gateways.berry1-crt::::Berry:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.10.18 129.170.20.1:pot-gw::telnet::Berry:Charlie Clark:Mac Ci: 129.170.10.19:telnet-gw::telnet::Berry:Charlie Clark:Mac Ci: 129.170.10.20:at-gw atgw::telnet::Berry:Charlie Clark:Mac Ci:

  1. 129.170.10.32 thru .63 is a /27 for Berry console workstations.

129.170.10.33:consoles.berry1-crt::::Berry:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.10.38:consoles-rac::::Berry:Charlie Clark:Annex RA4000: 129.170.10.40:vanderbilt::::Berry:Unix Admin:SUN-4/110:UNIX 129.170.10.41:astor::::Berry:Unix Admin:SUN-4/110:UNIX 129.170.10.42:belmont::::Berry:Unix Admin:IBM-RS4000:AIX 129.170.10.43:chakra::::berry mr:donel dcruze:sun ultra 5:solaris 9

  1. 129.170.10.63 is end of consoles subnet.
  2. 129.170.10.64 thru .79 is a /28 for Greenwave devices in the switchroom.

129.170.10.65:greenwave.switchroom1-crt::::Telephone Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.10.66:greenwave-switchroom-1-sw::::switchroom:Zach Berke:Asante: 129.170.10.67:greenwave-switchroom-authgw chalupa gwauth::::switchroom:Zach Berke & Chris Lentz:Intel:Linux

129.170.10.69:greenwave-switchroom-natrouter::::switchroom:Zach Berke & Chris Lentz:Cisco 806:

  1. 129.170.10.79 is end of Greenwave subnet.

129.170.19.1:gerry.berry1-crt::ssh::Berry machine room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.19.2:gerry1-sw::::Gerry BDF:Chazz Clark:Asante 6224M:

  1. 129.170.19.2:gerry1-sw::::Gerry:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48:

129.170.19.3:gerry2-sw::::Gerry:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.19.4:gerry3-sw::::Gerry BDF:Chazz Clark:Asante 3524:

  1. 129.170.19.4:gerry3-sw::::Gerry:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48:

129.170.19.5:obiwan::::Gerry:Gurcharan S. Khanna:Sun:Solaris 129.170.19.6:gerry1-ap::telnet snmp::3rd Fl EV:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.19.7:gerry2-ap::telnet snmp::1st Fl EV:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.19.8:gerry3-ap::telnet snmp::Rm 9:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.19.9:gerry4-ap::telnet snmp::2nd Fl west:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.19.10:gerry4-sw::::Gerry:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.19.11:gerry5-ap::telnet snmp::2nd Fl east:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.19.12:nascar::::2 Gerry:Heather Varney:MAC:MacOS 129.170.19.13:sdvc-elite1212::::1 Gerry:Sean.T.Perry:GCC Elite 1212: 129.170.19.14:sdvc-colorstylus1520::::1 Gerry:Sean.T.Perry:Epson Color Stylus 1520: 129.170.19.15:sdvc-phaser850dp::::1 Gerry:Sean.T.Perry:Tektronix Phaser 850DP: 129.170.19.16:www-support::www::2 Gerry:Heather Varney:Mac:MacOS 129.170.19.17:pkilab::::Gerry 4th Fl:Ed Feustel:Dell:WNT

  1. "hoth" migrates periodically between Gerry and Berry. Hold this address
  2. 129.170.19.18:hoth:northstar:smtp telnet ftp:Gerry:Adam J Bovill or Gurcharan:Sun Ultra10:Solaris

129.170.19.19:testx::::210 Gerry:Adam J Bovill or Gurcharan:IBM RS6K:AIX 129.170.19.20:cg-support::::13 Gerry:Warren Belding:MAC8550:MacOS 129.170.19.21:gerry.gerry-pki-rt::::Gerry 4th Floor:Punch Taylor:Cisco 2600: 129.170.19.22:interlaken::smtp::Gerry 4th Fl:Roberto Hoyle:Sun:Solaris

  1. 129.170.19.24:cssa::::berry 2:Weihong Wang, Qianqian Fang:other:linux

129.170.19.25:descolada::::415 Gerry:Omen Wild:Dell:Linux 129.170.19.26:helios::::Gerry 210:Justin.B.Latham, 7/01:Sun:Solaris 129.170.19.27:eos::smtp telnet ftp::Gerry:Justin.Latham:Sun Ultra-10:Solaris 129.170.19.28:arcturus::::210 Gerry:Mark O'Neil:RS/6000:AIX 129.170.19.29:zermatt::smtp telnet ftp::Gerry 4th Fl:Robert Brentrup:Sun:Solaris 129.170.19.30:entrustest::::Gerry 4th Fl:Bob Brentrup:Intel:WNT 129.170.19.31:valeron::::Gerry 4th Fl:Ed Feustel:Dell:WNT 129.170.19.32:old-potash::::Gerry 1:Wayne Cripps:Dell:Linux

  1. 129.170.19.33:old-stark::::Gerry 1:Wayne Cripps:Dell:Linux
  2. 129.170.19.34:greenpass-switch::::Gerry 409:Punch Taylor:other:switch

129.170.19.35:old-burnt::::Gerry 1:Wayne Cripps:Dell:Linux 129.170.19.36:old-cushman::::Gerry 1:Wayne Cripps:Dell:Linux 129.170.19.38:old-wildcat::::Gerry 1:Wayne Cripps:Dell:Linux 129.170.19.39:old-dinsmore::::Gerry 1:Wayne Cripps:Dell:Linux 129.170.19.40:old-sabattus:cs:smtp::Gerry 1:Wayne Cripps:Dell:Linux 129.170.19.43:3-gerry::::Gerry 3:Wayne Cripps:Xerox:printer 129.170.19.44:pki-bear::::Gerry:Rich MacDonald:IBM PC:Linux 129.170.19.45:pki-snowtiger::::Gerry:Rich MacDonald:Mac: 129.170.19.46:gerry5-sw::::Gerry:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.19.47:gerry6-sw::::Gerry:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.19.48:gerry7-sw::::Gerry:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.19.49:sakai::::Gerry 3:Wayne Cripps:Dell:linux 129.170.19.50:stowe::::Gerry 1:Wayne Cripps:Dell:Linux 129.170.19.51:wildcat::::Gerry 3:Wayne Cripps:Dell:Linux 129.170.19.52:ahwanee::::Gerry 2:Wayne Cripps:Dell:Linux 129.170.19.53:gerry-tst-ap::::Gerry:Punch Taylor:ap: 129.170.19.54:gerry6-ap::telnet snmp::outside 416 Gerry:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.19.55:errh::::1 gerry:Christopher P. Masone, 12/02:Mac:Linux 129.170.19.56:orldean::::gerry 306:Cathy Henault:Xerox 8400DP:printer 129.170.19.57:lhc::::gerry 205:Susan Bibeau:HP:printer

  1. 129.170.19.58:greenpass-ap::::Gerry 409:Punch Taylor:ap:
  2. 129.170.19.59:dupin::::Gerry 417:Sung Hoon Kim:dell:linux
  3. 129.170.19.60:dupin2::::Gerry 417:Sung Hoon Kim:dell:linux
  4. 129.170.19.61:megalo::::Gerry 417:Sung Hoon Kim:dell:linux
  5. 129.170.19.62:drwatson::::Gerry 417:Nicholas C. Goffee:dell:linux

129.170.19.63:pipe::::gerry 408:alexander iliev:dell:linux 129.170.19.64:resed::::gerry 317:ruth kett:other:printer 129.170.19.65:pki-lab-radius::::gerry:Punch Taylor:dell:linux 129.170.19.66:openca::::gerry 415:Omen Wild:dell:linux 129.170.19.67:vidconpkilab::::gerry 414:Robert J. Brentrup:other:other 129.170.19.68:titanic::::kristin lafromboise:gerry 209:other:printer 129.170.19.69:pki-lab-vpn::::punch taylor:pki lab gerry:cisco:VPN concentrator 129.170.19.70:poblano::::Anna Shubina:Gerry::

  1. 129.170.19.71:althing::::Gerry room 418:Anna Shubina:Dell OptiPlex GX200:Linux
  2. 129.170.19.72:hebca::::gerry 407:scott rea:cisco/linksys:switch
  3. 129.170.19.73:gpcentral::::gerry 417:Robert.J.Brentrup:dell:linux
  4. 129.170.19.74:gpradius::::gerry 417:Robert.J.Brentrup:dell:linux
  5. 129.170.19.80 through 129.170.19.249 are reserved for DHCP.

129.170.253.65:pki.gerry-pki-rt::::Gerry 4th Floor:Punch Taylor:Cisco 2600: 129.170.253.66:greenpass-switch::::Gerry 409:Punch Taylor:other:switch 129.170.253.67:greenpass-ap::::Gerry 409:Punch Taylor:ap: 129.170.253.68:dupin::::Gerry 417:Sung Hoon Kim:dell:linux 129.170.253.69:megalo::::Gerry 417:Sung Hoon Kim:dell:linux 129.170.253.71:drwatson::::Sudikoff 045:Chris Masone:dell:linux 129.170.253.72:dupin2::::Sudikoff 045:Chris Masone:dell:linux 129.170.253.73:gpcentral::::Sudikoff 045:Robert.J.Brentrup:dell:linux 129.170.253.74:gpradius::::Sudikoff 045:Robert.J.Brentrup:dell:linux

  1. 129.170.253.80 through 129.170.253.94 are reserved for DHCP.

129.170.124.1:gilman.remsen1-crt::ssh::Remsen:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6500: 129.170.124.3:dana-dtw::::Dana:David.J.Izzo:Intel:W2K 129.170.124.4:gilman12-sw::::gilman 3rd floor IDF:david bourque:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.124.5:gilman2-sw::snmp::Gilman BDF:Charlie Clark:BAY-350:

  1. 129.170.124.6 has an asante smart hub on it, but there was no host name logged for it

129.170.124.7:gilman3-sw::snmp::Gilman BDF:Charlie Clark:Asante 6224: 129.170.124.8:dana2-sw::::Dana Library:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.124.9:dana3-sw::::Dana Library:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.124.10:dana4-sw::::Dana Library:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.124.11:sloboda phosphorimager::::Gilman:Roger Sloboda, 6/00:PC:WIN95 129.170.124.12:medapp::::Dana Library:Rehan Kahn:PC:DOS 129.170.124.13:gilman4-sw::::Gilman IDF (1):Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.124.14:bickel860::::Gilman 312:Sharon E. Bickel, 2/02:Xerox: 129.170.124.15:gilman5-sw::::Gilman IDF (1):Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.124.16:gilman6-sw::::Gilman IDF (1):Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.124.17:danarefprinter::::Dana Library:David Izzo:Xerox 4500: 129.170.124.18:gilman7-sw::::Gilman IDF (3):Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.124.19:gilman8-sw::::Gilman IDF (3):Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.124.20:danacms::::Dana Library 3rd floor:David Izzo:xerox:printer 129.170.124.21:gilman9-sw::::Gilman IDF (3):Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.124.22:gilman10-sw::::Gilman IDF (3):Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.124.23:gilman11-sw::::Gilman BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.124.24:zngi-pr::::406 Gilman:Charlie Clark & Mark McPeek:LANTRONICS-EPS1: 129.170.124.25:langford::smtp telnet ftp::416 Gilman:George Langford:SGI-O2:IRIX 129.170.124.26:danadocdelprinter::::Dana Library basement:David Izzo:xerox:printer 129.170.124.27:thuja:northstar:smtp telnet ftp::Gilman:Richard Brittain:IBM-R6000:UNIX 129.170.124.28:molamola:northstar:smtp telnet ftp::Gilman:Richard Brittain:IBM-R6000:UNIX 129.170.124.29:hippocampus:northstar:smtp telnet ftp::Gilman:Richard Brittain:IBM-R6000:UNIX 129.170.124.30:danacirc::::dana lib circ office:donald fitzpatrick:hp:printer 129.170.124.31:medlibfm::::Dana Library:David Izzo:Mac:MacOS 129.170.124.32:jack::::gilman 112:thomas jack 2/04:hp:printer 129.170.124.33:apoyg:northstar:ftp smtp telnet::208 Gilman:Richard Brittain:IBM RS/6000-340:AIX 129.170.124.34:ariel-scanning-station::::document delivery office:donald fitzpatrick:dell:windows 129.170.124.35:wormbook::::gilman 115:albert.erives 5/05:G5:osx 129.170.124.36:flywriter::::gilman 106:nicole.l.hamilton 5/05:hp:printer

  1. 129.170.124.36:dana1-ap::telnet snmp::Dana Library:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.124.37:dana2-ap::telnet snmp::Dana Library:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.124.38:dana3-ap::telnet snmp::Dana Library:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.124.39:gilman1-ap::telnet snmp::Gilman:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  5. 129.170.124.40:gilman2-ap::telnet snmp::Gilman:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  6. 129.170.124.41:gilman3-ap::telnet snmp::Gilman:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  7. 129.170.124.42:gilman4-ap::telnet snmp::Gilman:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  8. 129.170.124.43:gilman5-ap::telnet snmp::Gilman:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  9. 129.170.124.44:gilman6-ap::telnet snmp::Gilman:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  10. 129.170.124.45:gilman7-ap::telnet snmp::Gilman:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  11. 129.170.124.46:gilman8-ap::telnet snmp::Gilman:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  12. 129.170.124.47:gilman9-ap::telnet snmp::Gilman:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  13. 129.170.124.48:gilman10-ap::telnet snmp::Gilman:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  14. 129.170.124.49:dana4-ap::telnet snmp::Dana Library:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  15. 129.170.124.50 through 129.170.124.249 are reserved for DHCP.
  16. 129.170.125.1:dana5-ap::telnet snmp::Dana Library:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  17. 129.170.125.2:dana6-ap::telnet snmp::Dana Library:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  18. 129.170.125.3:dana7-ap::telnet snmp::Dana Library:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.125.11:rhadlock::::Gilman 417:Nicole Hamilton - Robyn Hadlock:Xerox:printer 129.170.125.12:microwriter::::Gilman 304:Nicole Hamilton - Mary Lou Guerinot:Lexmark OptraT:printer 129.170.125.13:dana-admin-prt::::Dana Library 309A:David Izzo:printer: 129.170.125.14:hcb::::318 Gilman:Nicole Hamilton - Erin Dymek:Xerox:printer

129.170.125.16:langford8400::::gilman416:george langford:Xerox:printer 129.170.125.17:prochoice::::gilman 306:roger sloboda 2/04:hp:printer 129.170.125.18:danaddcopier::::gilman basement/ document delivery:other:other 129.170.125.19:biologyoffice::::gilman 103:Mary M. Poulson 6/04:Xerox:printer

129.170.125.21:mousearcress::::gilman 201:Rob McClung 8/04:mac:osx 129.170.125.22:bumblebee::::gilman 406:Rebecca.E.Irwin 10/04:HP:printer 129.170.125.23:stillwater::::gilman 412:Carol L. Folt 10/04:HP:printer 129.170.125.24:foltdeskjet::::gilman 412:Brandon.M.Mayes - Nicole Hamilton 10/04:HP:printer 129.170.125.25:dlf1rs01::::dana 1st floor:jonathan.w.hall 1/05:dell:windows 129.170.125.26:dlf1pr01::::dana 1st floor:jonathan.w.hall 1/05:Xerox:printer 129.170.125.27:psl-dell::::gilman 318a:George.E.Schaller 1/05:dell:windows

  1. 129.170.125.50 through 129.170.125.249 are reserved for DHCP.

129.170.92.1:goldcoast.berry1-crt::ssh::Berry machine room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.92.8:streeter1-ac::::Streeter:Keith.A.Cutting:Lenel access controller: 129.170.92.13:brokentop::::304 Streeter:Steven M Lulich, 5/02:Dell:Windows 129.170.92.14:lord2-sw::::Lord:Chazz Clark:Bay-3550-48: 129.170.92.15:lord3-sw::::Lord:Chazz Clark:Bay-3550-48: 129.170.92.16:lord4-sw::::Lord:Chazz Clark:Bay-3550-48: 129.170.92.17:bluebird::::304 Streeter:Alexander V. Barsamian, 1/02:Intel:Linux 129.170.92.18:streeter2-sw::::Streeter:Chazz Clark:Bay-3550-48: 129.170.92.19:desouza::::Gile 305:Ian D Gregorio - de Souza, 1/01:Intel:Linux 129.170.92.20:dizdnd::::404 Lord:Christopher P. Masone, 9/01:Mac:Linux

  1. 129.170.92.21:lord1-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.92.22:lord2-ap::telnet snmp::4th fl chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.92.23:streeter1-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.92.24:streeter2-ap::telnet snmp::4th fl chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  5. 129.170.92.25:gile1-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl W chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  6. 129.170.92.26:gile2-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl E cable tray:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  7. 129.170.92.27:gile3-ap::telnet snmp::3rd fl W chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  8. 129.170.92.28:gile4-ap::telnet snmp::3rd fl E cable tray:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.92.29:dizno::::404 Lord:Christopher P. Masone, 9/01:Mac:Linux 129.170.92.30:galen::::308 Streeter:J Garrett Morris, 9/03:intel:windows 129.170.92.31:orion::::Lord:Orion Fields, 9/01:Intel:WNT 129.170.92.32:spike::::Lord 210:Roderick.J.Beaton.III, 1/02:Intel:Linux

129.170.92.34:streeter3-sw::::Streeter:Chazz Clark:Bay-3550-48: 129.170.92.35:riz::::403 McCulloch:Rizwan J. Mahmud, 1/02:PC:W9x 129.170.92.36:streeter4-sw::::Streeter:Chazz Clark:Bay-3550-24: 129.170.92.37:gile2-sw::::Gile:Chazz Clark:Bay-3550-48: 129.170.92.38:gile3-sw::::Gile:Chazz Clark:Bay-3550-48: 129.170.92.39:gile4-sw::::Gile:Chazz Clark:Bay-3550-48: 129.170.92.40:gile5-sw::::Gile:Chazz Clark:Bay-3550-24: 129.170.92.41:cords::::streeter 308:Zachary Vaughan::linux 129.170.92.42:todor::telnet snmp::gile 002:Todor G. Kalaydjiev, 10/04:Intel:Windows

  1. 129.170.92.50 through 254 and 129.170.93.1 through 249 are reserved for DHCP.

129.170.128.1:gym.switchroom1-crt::::Telephone Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS

  1. 129.170.128.4:davis-varsity1-ap::telnet snmp::Basement:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.128.5:stadium2-ap::telnet snmp::Press Box N End:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.128.6:gym1-ap::telnet snmp::pool office:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.128.7:gym2-ap::telnet snmp::Basement:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  5. 129.170.128.8:gym3-ap::telnet snmp::2nd fl NE:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  6. 129.170.128.9:gym4-ap::telnet snmp::2nd fl SW:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.128.10:gym-annex-1::telnet::Alumni Gym Box Office:Charlie Clark:Xylogics-Annex: 129.170.128.11:davis-varsity::telnet::Davis Varsity House:Michele.M.Robinson:Intel:WINDOWS 129.170.128.12:avid-1::telnet::Davis Varsity House:Michele.M.Robinson:Intel:WINDOWS 129.170.128.13:avid-2::telnet::Davis Varsity House:Michele.M.Robinson:Intel:WINDOWS 129.170.128.14:thompson1-ap::telnet snmp::Above E Concessions:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.128.15:thompson2-ap::telnet snmp::Above W Concessions:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

  1. 129.170.128.16:boss1-ap::telnet snmp::Main Hall N:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.128.17:boss2-ap::telnet snmp::Main Hall S:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.128.18:boss3-ap::telnet snmp::Lower Hall Middle:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.128.19:leverone1-ap::telnet snmp::SW Corner:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  5. 129.170.128.20:leverone2-ap::telnet snmp::SE Corner:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.128.21:sablitz19::::hall across from 112:Lucas.E.Nikkel/Student Assembly 3/05:emac:osx

  1. 129.170.128.22:scully1-ap::telnet snmp::Press Box N:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.128.23:greenwave1-rt::::greenwave router in scully:Charlie Clark:???:

129.170.128.24:football-2::::football office, davis varsity house:Heidi.Bushway 4/05:xerox:printer

  1. 129.170.128.25:bsc1-ap::telnet snmp::W Leede access:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.128.26:bsc2-ap::telnet snmp::E Leede access:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.128.27:thompson1-annex::telnet::Thompson:Charlie Clark:Annex-RA2000: 129.170.128.28:sablitz20::::hall across from 112:Lucas.E.Nikkel/Student Assembly 3/05:emac:osx 129.170.128.29:thompson-ebi::::Thompson Mechanical Rm:Keith Cutting:Dell:Windows 129.170.128.30:sablitz21::::davis, inside main entrance:Lucas.E.Nikkel/Student Assembly 3/05:emac:osx 129.170.128.31:sportsmed-pr::::Alumni Gym:Jeffrey Frechette, 5/02:HP Printer: 129.170.128.32:gogreen::::Alumni Gym:Heidi Bushway:Tectronix Printer: 129.170.128.33:leverone1-ac::::Leverone:Keith Cutting:Access controler: 129.170.128.34:greenwave-1-ap::::Leverone:Zachary Berke - Chris Lentz:Access point: 129.170.128.35:greenwave-2-ap::::Leverone:Zachary Berke - Chris Lentz:Access point: 129.170.128.36:greenwave-3-ap::::Leverone:Zachary Berke - Chris Lentz:Access point: 129.170.128.37:greenwave-4-ap::::Leverone:Zachary Berke - Chris Lentz:Access point: 129.170.128.38:greenwave-5-ap::::Leverone:Zachary Berke - Chris Lentz:Access point: 129.170.128.39:leverone1-sw::::Leverone:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.128.40:stadium1-wb::telnet snmp::Press Box Roof:David Bourque:Cisco 1410: 129.170.128.41:berrysports1-sw::::Berry Sports Center:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.128.42:davis-varsity1-sw::::Davis Varsity House:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.128.43:business-office::::118B Alumni Gym:Heidi Bushway:Xerox:printer 129.170.128.44:gym5-sw::::Alumni Gym:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.128.45:hhs1-wb::telnet snmp::Hanover High School Channel 8:David Bourque:Cisco 1410: 129.170.128.46:gym2-sw::::Alumni Gym:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.128.47:gym3-sw::::Alumni Gym:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.128.48:gym4-sw::::Alumni Gym:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.128.49:stadium900-rt::telnet::Press Box Roof:David Bourque:Alvarion Breeze 900 for Wavecomm: 129.170.128.50:alumni-gym1-ac::::alumni gym:Kieth Cutting:access controller: 129.170.128.51:dcad-imdl650::::alumni gym rm 118b:Jane E Lemire:Imagistics:printer 129.170.128.52:gym6-sw::::Alumni Gym:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-12: 129.170.128.53:blackcat::::Alumni Gym 107:Lynn Bixby - Heidi Bushway:HP:printer 129.170.128.54:bosstennis::::Boss Tennis:Heidi Bushway:HP:printer 129.170.128.55:promo::::121d Alumni Gym:Trevor B. Carlson:xerox:printer 129.170.128.56:afo-printer::::alumni gym 116:Heidi Bushway:Xerox:printer 129.170.128.57:gymprint::::Alumni Gym room 116:Heidi Bushway:HP 4200N Printer: 129.170.128.58:facilities2::::117 alumni gym:Heidi Bushway:dell:windows 129.170.128.59:dcad-report::::Gym box office:Miriam Durkee:Okidata:printer

  1. 129.170.128.60 through 249 are reserved for DHCP.

129.170.129.2:dcadxtthompson::::boss tennis:Gail Wallin Heidi Bushway:dell:

129.170.129.20:loc13pos::::alumni gym 102:scot w stammers:other:other 129.170.129.21:support1::::alumni gym 102:Heidi.L.Bushway 7/05:hp:printer 129.170.129.22:baseball::::davis varsity baseball office:Heidi.L.Bushway 7/05:hp:printer

  1. 129.170.129.60 through 249 are reserved for DHCP.

129.170.111.1:hallgarten.switchroom1-crt::::Telephone Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:

  1. 129.170.111.4:hallgarten1-ap::telnet snmp::1st Fl closet:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.111.7:onyx::::200 Hallgarten:Mary Roberts:Intel-PII:BeOS 129.170.111.10:hallgarten2-sw::::Hallgarten:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.111.11:hallgarten3-sw::::Hallgarten:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.111.12:electronica::smtp telnet ftp::Hallgarten:Eric Lyon:Intel-PII:Linux/BeOS 129.170.111.13:arcana::smtp telnet ftp::Hallgarten:Eric Lyon:Intel-PII:Linux 129.170.111.14:oliveros::smtp telnet ftp::Hallgarten:Mary Roberts:Intel-PIII:Linux/BeOS 129.170.111.15:douglas::::Hallgarten:Mary Roberts:MAC:MacOS/BeOS 129.170.111.16:morty::::Hallgarten:Mary Roberts:Intel:Linux 129.170.111.17:stria::::203 Hallgarten:Kimo Johnson:Intel:Linux 129.170.111.18:turenas::::204 Hallgarten:Kimo Johnson:Intel:Linux 129.170.111.19:django::smtp telnet ftp::Hallgarten:Mary Roberts:SGI-Indy:IRIX 129.170.111.20:raven music bregman eamusic emusic::smtp telnet ftp::Hallgarten:Mary Roberts:PC:Linux 129.170.111.21:sidewinder::::204 Hallgarten:Stefan T. Tomic:Intel:Linux 129.170.111.28:horton::::Hallgarten:Mary Roberts:Intel-PIII:Linux/Win98 129.170.111.29:tudor::::Hallgarten:Mary Roberts:Intel-PII:BeOS 129.170.111.30:bregmanofc::::Hallgarten 104:susan.bibeau:xerox:printer 129.170.111.31:bregstudio::::Hallgarten 204:susan.bibeau:xerox:printer

  1. 129.170.111.128 through 249 are reserved for DHCP.

129.170.159.1:heorot.fairchild1-crt::::Fairchild Map Room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6506:IOS

  1. 129.170.159.2:heorot1-ap::telnet snmp::11 E Wheelock:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.159.3:heorot2-ap::telnet snmp::11 E Wheelock:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.159.4:heorot1-sw::::11 E Wheelock - Chi Heorot:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.190.1:helpdesk.berry1-crt::::Berry machine room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS 129.170.190.2:helpdesk1-sw::::Berry Level 1 IDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.190.3:helpdesk2-sw::::Berry Level 1 IDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.190.10:presales::::Computer Store invoice printer:Roy Byington:printer: 129.170.190.11:sdc-stylus1520::::Computer Store Carson 171:Roy Byington:printer: 129.170.190.12:sdc-phaser850::::Computer Store Carson 171:Roy Byington:printer: 129.170.190.13:presales4200::::Computer Store Carson 171:Erik M. Wagstaff:printer: 129.170.190.14:computersaleshp4200::::Computer Store Carson 171:Erik M. Wagstaff:printer: 129.170.190.15:presaleshp1300n::::Computer Store Carson 171:Erik M. Wagstaff:HP:printer 129.170.190.16:presales8200dp::::Computer Store Carson 171:Erik M. Wagstaff:Xerox:printer 129.170.190.17:twhp1300n::::Computer Store Carson 175:Theresa Woodward Erik M. Wagstaff:hp:printer 129.170.190.18:presaleshp2300n::::Computer Store Carson 175:Erik M. Wagstaff:hp:printer 129.170.190.19:storexserve::::Computer Store Carson 171:warren belding:osx:xserver 129.170.190.20:tcsserver::::Carson 173:scott dunham Erik M. Wagstaff:mac:macos 129.170.190.21:presales8400dp::::carson 171:Erik M Wagstaff:xerox:printer 129.170.190.22:presales2500n::::carson 171:Erik M Wagstaff:hp:printer 129.170.190.23:repairshop8500::::carson 173:derrol carter:apple:printer 129.170.190.24:helpdesktempip::::helpdesk:helpdesk:other:other 129.170.190.25:bmcclain::::berry 172:jean.crowell 9/04:GCC:printer

  1. 129.170.190.128 through 129.170.190.249 are reserved for DHCP.

129.170.121.1:hillcrest.switchroom1-crt::::switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.121.2:mailroom::::Hillcrest:James Leech:IBM-PC:DOS 129.170.121.3:hillcrest1-sw::::Hillcrest:Charlie Clark:ASANTE 6224M: 129.170.121.4:hillcrest2-sw::::Hillcrest:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.121.5:hillcrest-hub::::Hillcrest:Charlie Clark:ASANTE-1012: 129.170.121.6:hillcrest1-ap::telnet snmp::Rm 135:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.121.7:hillcrest2-ap::telnet snmp::Rm 134:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.121.8:hillcrest3-ap::telnet snmp::Rm 102:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.121.9:hillcrest4-ap::telnet snmp::Rm 110:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.121.10:hillcrest3-sw::::Hillcrest:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.121.11:jolley::::Hillcrest:Wess Jolley:PC:DOS 129.170.121.12:rivers::::Hillcrest:Paul Rivers:PC:DOS

  1. 129.170.121.13:rmsserver::::Hillcrest:Wess Jolley:Intel:NT

129.170.121.14:p-and-as::::Hillcrest:Paul Rivers:HP4500N Printer: 129.170.121.15:pb-prt::::Hillcrest:Paul Rivers:Pitney Bowes: 129.170.121.16:pb-ws::::Hillcrest:Paul Rivers:Pitney Bowes: 129.170.121.17:xeroxrm::::Hillcrest:Wess Jolley:Xerox N24: 129.170.121.18:hillcrest-docutech::::Hillcrest:Monica L. Godfrey, 8/00:Xerox 135: 129.170.121.19:hillcrest-6100::::Hillcrest:Monica L. Godfrey, 4/01:Xerox 6100: 129.170.121.20:hillcrest-color::::Hillcrest:Monica L. Godfrey, 9/01:Xerox Color Server: 129.170.121.21:2060creo::::Hillcrest:Monica L. Godfrey, 3/02:Intel:Windows 129.170.121.22:hillcrest4-sw::::Hillcrest:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.121.23:hillcrest.im4510::::Hillcrest:Paul Rivers:Imagistics im4510: 129.170.121.24:platemaker::::6113 Hillcrest:Stephen Johnson - Monica Godfrey:HP:printer 129.170.121.25:printshop::::6113 Hillcrest:Ron Beaudin:HP Laserjet 5100 tn:printer 129.170.121.26:hp4500-color::::Hillcrest 101:paul.rivers 10/04:Xerox:printer 129.170.121.27:purch-dept::::Hillcrest 101:paul.rivers 10/04:Xerox:printer 129.170.121.28:purchasing::::Hillcrest 101:paul.rivers 10/04:Xerox:printer 129.170.121.29:cswarehouse::::Hillcrest:paul.rivers 10/04:Xerox:printer

  1. 129.170.121.128 through 129.170.121.249 are reserved for DHCP.

129.170.143.1:hitchcock.berry1-crt::ssh::Berry machine room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.143.3:hitchcock1-ac::::Hitchcock:Keith.A.Cutting:Lenel access controller:

  1. 129.170.143.6:hitchcock1-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl chase S wing:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.143.7:hitchcock2-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl chase W wing:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.143.8:hitchcock3-ap::telnet snmp::3rd fl chase S wing:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.143.9:hitchcock4-ap::telnet snmp::3rd fl chase E wing:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.143.12:afiske::::Hitchcock 204:Aaron H. Fiske, 9/01:Dell:Linux

129.170.143.15:hitchcock2-sw::::Hitchcock:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.143.16:hitchcock3-sw::::Hitchcock:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.143.17:hitchcock4-sw::::Hitchcock:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.143.18:hitchcock5-sw::::Hitchcock:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48:

  1. 129.170.143.19:magus::::Hitchcock:David Schnur:IBM PC:Linux
  2. 129.170.143.20:sephiroth::::Hitchcock:David Schnur:Dell:Linux
  3. 129.170.143.50 through 129.170.143.249 are reserved for DHCP.

129.170.110.1:hopkins.switchroom1-crt::::Telephone Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.110.3:courtyard::::Hopkins Center:Larry Yonaitis:IBM-PS2:DOS 129.170.110.4:sablitz01::::Hop, hallway outside boxoffice:Lucas.E.Nikkel/Student Assembly 3/05:emac:osx 129.170.110.5:sablitz02::::Hop, hallway outside boxoffice:Lucas.E.Nikkel/Student Assembly 3/05:emac:osx 129.170.110.6:soundbooth::::moore sound booth, sometimes Bentley Theater 12/04:G5:osx 129.170.110.7:hop4-sw::::Hopkins Center:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.110.8:hop5-sw::::Hopkins Center:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.110.9:hop6-sw::::Hopkins Center:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.110.10:hop-annex-1::telnet::Hopkins Center Box Office:Charlie Clark:Xylogics-Annex: 129.170.110.11:hart::::Courtyard Cafe:Cynthia Hart:PC:DOS 129.170.110.12:namaste::::Studio 4:Daniel.Dover:Mac Performa:MacOS 129.170.110.13:courtyard-timeclock::::Courtyard Cafe:Paul Zaslaw:Kronos: 129.170.110.14:courtyard16-pos::::Courtyard Cafe:Scot Stammers:Intel:DOS 129.170.110.15:courtyard17-pos::::Courtyard Cafe:Scot Stammers:Intel:DOS 129.170.110.16:cy4100n::::Courtyard Cafe:Scot Stammers:HP Laserjet 4100N: 129.170.110.17:fom-hinman::::Hinman Post Office:Lori Warner:HP Laserjet: 129.170.110.18:sound-lab-epson-850ne::::Spaulding Aud. sound lab:Keely S Ayres:epson 850:printer 129.170.110.19:hop7-sw::::Hopkins Center:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.110.20:hop8-sw::::Hopkins Center:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.110.21:e3drlin11::::Paddock Library:Ron Chabot:PC:DOS 129.170.110.22:pinkas::::Hopkins Center:Sally Pinkas:PC:DOS 129.170.110.23:hayes::::Hopkins Center:Gregory M Hayes:PC:Win95 129.170.110.24:photo-jane::::Hopkins Center photo lab basement:Richard J MacDonald:Mac:MacX 129.170.110.25:photo-dick::::Hopkins Center photo lab basement:Richard J MacDonald:Mac:MacX 129.170.110.26:photo-spot::::Hopkins Center photo lab basement:Richard J MacDonald:Mac:MacX 129.170.110.27:hop9-sw::::Hopkins Center:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.110.28:mgr2::::Hopkins Center Box Office:Aileen Chaltain:Mac:MacOS 129.170.110.29:dramaoffice::::Hopkins Center 111:Susan E Bibeau:Xerox:printer 129.170.110.30:acc-pad-xerox::::Hopkins Center Rm 67:Thomas Garbelotti - David Bowden:Xerox:printer

  1. 129.170.110.31:hop1-ap::telnet snmp::basement termination:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.110.32:hop2-ap::telnet snmp::Faculty Lounge:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.110.33:hop3-ap::telnet snmp::Alumni Hall booth:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.110.34:hop4-ap::telnet snmp::W end Moore booth:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  5. 129.170.110.35:hop5-ap::telnet snmp::E end Moore booth:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  6. 129.170.110.36:hop6-ap::telnet snmp::closet outside 107:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  7. 129.170.110.37:hop7-ap::telnet snmp::Moore SW:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  8. 129.170.110.38:hop8-ap::telnet snmp::hall near 136:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  9. 129.170.110.39:hop9-ap::telnet snmp::box office W:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  10. 129.170.110.40:hop10-ap::telnet snmp::box office:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  11. 129.170.110.41:hop11-ap::telnet snmp::hall near 131:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  12. 129.170.110.42:hop12-ap::telnet snmp::hall near 64A:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  13. 129.170.110.43:hop13-ap::telnet snmp::rm 14:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  14. 129.170.110.44:hop14-ap::telnet snmp::Warner Bentley booth:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  15. 129.170.110.45:hop15-ap::telnet snmp::rm 12:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  16. 129.170.110.46:hop16-ap::telnet snmp::Music Dept IDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  17. 129.170.110.47:hop17-ap::telnet snmp::Spaulding ticket office:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  18. 129.170.110.48:hop18-ap::telnet snmp::Spaulding backstage N:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  19. 129.170.110.49:hop19-ap::telnet snmp::M-05:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  20. 129.170.110.50:hop20-ap::telnet snmp::Music lower hall N:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  21. 129.170.110.51:hop21-ap::telnet snmp::M-54 booth:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  22. 129.170.110.52:hop22-ap::telnet snmp::Music lower hall S:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.110.53:hop1-aps::telnet::Hop:Dave Kotz, 01/03:Intel:linux 129.170.110.54:hop1-alt-aps::telnet::Hop:Dave Kotz, 01/03:Intel:linux 129.170.110.55:exhibitions::::hopkins 129:nancy p silliman:hp:printer 129.170.110.56:eddie::::hopkins 48:catherine latouche:xerox:printer 129.170.110.57:hopboxoffice::::hop box office:aileen chaltain:xerox:printer 129.170.110.58:padcirclp::::hop 67:david bowden:hp:printer

  1. 129.170.110.59:hop23-ap::telnet snmp::temp alumni hall:bryan taber:cisco 350:

129.170.110.60:cuneiform::::Hood Museum Security Office:Roberta Shin:HP 2300N:printer 129.170.110.61:studioart::::hop 136:Mary-Therese Braun:HP 2300N:printer 129.170.110.62:hobbes2::::hop M8:susan.bibeau:xerox:printer 129.170.110.63:theaterhp::::hop 110:susan.bibeau:hp:printer

  1. 129.170.110.64 through 129.170.110.249 are reserved for DHCP.

129.170.142.1:inn.switchroom1-crt::::Telephone Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.142.3:inn1-sw::::Hanover Inn:Charlie Clark:BAY-350: 129.170.142.5:lang2-ap::::Lang building:Maria Arista:ap: 129.170.142.6:inn4-sw::::Hanover Inn:Charlie Clark:3550-24: 129.170.142.7:inn5-sw::::Hanover Inn:Charlie Clark:3550-48: 129.170.142.8:inn6-sw::::Hanover Inn:Charlie Clark:3550-48: 129.170.142.9:inn1-wc::::Hanover Inn:Maria Arista:Mac:MacOS 129.170.142.10:farrell::::Hanover Inn:John Farrell:PC:DOS 129.170.142.11:lang1-sw::::Lang Bldg:Charlie Clark:3550-48: 129.170.142.12:remax::::Hanover Inn:Claire McNamara:PC:DOS 129.170.142.13:catering::::Hanover Inn:Claire McNamara:PC:DOS 129.170.142.14:suki::::Hanover Inn:Sukhdev Sappal:PC:DOS 129.170.142.15:receiving::::Hanover Inn:Claire McNamara:PC:DOS 129.170.142.16:ogc-l-affairs legal-affairs::::Lang:Karen J. Mongeon, 4/02:Dell:Windows 129.170.142.17 129.170.142.18:hanoverinn-fw::::Hanover Inn:Michael Hartson:Sonicwall SOHO2: 129.170.142.19:demandmetrix::::Lang 2B:Tikhon Bernstam, 3/02:PC:Linux 129.170.142.20:lang1-ap::::Lang:Maria Arista:AP:

  1. 129.170.142.21:inn1-ap::telnet snmp::N attic west wing:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.142.22:gww-maincell-3-root-ap::telnet snmp::4th fl term rm W wing:Greenwave:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.142.22:inn2-ap::telnet snmp::4th fl term rm W wing:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.142.23:inn3-ap::telnet snmp::2nd fl term rm W wing:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  5. 129.170.142.24:inn4-ap::telnet snmp::2nd fl term rm E wing:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  6. 129.170.142.25:inn5-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl term rm W wing:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  7. 129.170.142.26:inn6-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl term rm E wing:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  8. 129.170.142.27:inn7-ap::telnet snmp::Lang storage rm:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  9. 129.170.142.28:inn8-ap::telnet snmp::4th fl IDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  10. 129.170.142.29:inn9-ap::telnet snmp::Drake Rm closet:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  11. 129.170.142.30:inn10-ap::telnet snmp::front desk offices:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  12. 129.170.142.31:inn11-ap::telnet snmp::DR coat closet:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  13. 129.170.142.32:inn12-ap::telnet snmp::1st Fl closet NW:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.142.33:inn-accounting-pr::::Hanover Inn:Claire McNamara:HP 5M:printer 129.170.142.34:ogc-law::::lang Suite 2-C:karen.j.mongeon:im3510:printer

129.170.142.36:greenwave-maincell-1-repeater-ap::::5 South Main:Zachary Berke - Chris Lentz:Access point: 129.170.142.37:greenwave-maincell-2-repeater-ap::::5 South Main:Zachary Berke - Chris Lentz:Access point: 129.170.142.38:michael-nt::::Inn Accounting:Michael Hartson:Compaq:NT

  1. 129.170.142.39:inn13-ap::telnet snmp::front desk offices-temp for conference:Sean Dunten:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.142.40:inn14-ap::telnet snmp::front desk offices-temp for conference:Sean Dunten:Cisco 350:

129.170.142.41:hanoverinn-pki-rt::::Hanover Inn:William Taylor:other: 129.170.142.42:dclawc::::Lang 1:karen.mongeon:Textronix:printer

  1. 129.170.142.43:inn15-ap::telnet snmp::Drake Rm closet:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.142.44:hikronoshskp::::outside housekeeping supervisor office basement inn:franklin.b.aguilo 6/05:kronos time clock:windows 129.170.142.45:hikronoskitch::::outside headchef office in kitchen:franklin.b.aguilo 6/05:kronos time clock:windows 129.170.142.46:elainehatch::::catering office:Elaine.L.Hatch 8/05:mac mini:osx

  1. 129.170.142.64 thru 129.170.142.249 are reserved for DHCP.

129.170.157.65:kapgam.switchroom1-crt::::Telephone Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.157.66:kapgam1-sw::::Kappa Kappa Gamma:Charlie Clark:Asante 6224: 129.170.157.67:kappa-gamma1-ap::telnet snmp::24 E Wheelock:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.157.68:kapgam2-sw::::24 E Wheelock - Kappa Kappa Gamma:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.157.69:kappa-gamma2-ap::::24 E Wheelock 2nd floor - Kappa Kappa Gamma:Charlie Clark:: 129.170.157.70:kkg-uds10::::24 E Wheelock laundry room:scot.stammers 12/04:lantronix uds10:other

  1. 129.170.157.73 thru 129.170.157.126 are reserved for DHCP.

129.170.16.1:mr16.berry1-crt::::Berry:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.16.2:berry-sn16-1-sw::::Berry Machine Room:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.16.3:berry-sn16-2-sw::::Berry Machine Room:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.16.4:ns2::::Berry:Steve Cmapbell:DEC DS-10:UNIX

129.170.16.8:iobion belknap belnap stat:northstar:smtp telnet ftp::Berry:John Wallace:IBM-R6000/590:AIX

129.170.16.11:franklin lphost laserhost lw-server::telnet::Berry:Donel D'Cruze:SPARC-4:SOLARIS 129.170.16.12:acacia::smtp telnet ftp::Berry:David Avery:DEC-ALPHA:VMS 129.170.16.13:locum massmail::smtp::Berry:Joe Hill:Sun E250:Solaris 129.170.16.14:libcat innovacq innopac inno::telnet smtp ftp::Berry:Donel D'Cruze:DS5000/240:UNIX

  1. 129.170.16.15:alexandria::telnet smtp ftp::Berry:Donel D'Cruze:DEC-ALPHA:UNIX
  2. 129.170.16.15:alexandria al lib dcisonlibhost dcisnavhost dcisservicehost brshost ddp::telnet smtp ftp::Berry:Donel D'Cruze:DEC-ALPHA:UNIX

129.170.16.16:cobweb::smtp telnet ftp::Berry:Joe Hill:ALPHA:DEC-UNIX

  1. 129.170.16.17:remedy::::Berry:Steve Cochran:SUN:Solaris
  2. 129.170.16.18:rhodes::smtp telnet ftp::Berry:Donel D'Cruze:ALPHA:DU

129.170.16.18:giza hrsdata alexandria ariel auth-proxy biomedlib bdirect dcis-lcnsd diglib dcis-oracle dcl-forms dcisweb library dcis-msds diglibtest dcisnavhost idaphost linguistic-discovery journals dcisservicehost dciswww libcheckbot dcisupdate ead libwiki libstats libxslt regio dartgov::smtp telnet ftp::Berry:Donel D'Cruze:ALPHA:DU

  1. 129.170.16.19:polaris:northstar:ftp smtp telnet::Berry:Richard Brittain:IBM RS/6000:UNIX

129.170.16.20:hydra bisr:northstar:smtp::Berry Machine Room:David Steiner:SGI:Irix 129.170.16.22:halley:northstar:smtp telnet ftp::Berry:Richard Brittain:RS6000:AIX

  1. 129.170.16.23 is grinch.dartmouth.org. See also dartmouth.rev.head.
  2. 129.170.16.24 is yertle.dartmouth.org. See also dartmouth.rev.head.

129.170.16.26:andromeda:northstar:smtp::machine room:david.r.steiner:ibm:linux 129.170.16.27:linuxtest::::Berry machine room:David Gelhar:Dell:linux 129.170.16.28:babylon dltg-test diglib-test diglibdev::::Berry:Donel D'Cruze:DEC-ALPHA:DEC-UNIX

  1. 129.170.16.29:dropbox::smtp telnet ftp::Berry:Joe Hill:ALPHA:DEC-UNIX

129.170.16.30:bartleby::::Berry:Steve Cochran:RS6000:AIX 129.170.16.31:counters::www::Machine Room:Rich Brown:Mac:MacOS

  1. 129.170.16.32:cascade researchcluster::smtp telnet ftp::Berry:John Wallace:Sun Ultra-450:Solaris
  2. 129.170.16.33:nimbus::smtp telnet ftp::Berry:Richard Brittain:IBM-RS/6000-43P:AIX

129.170.16.34:blackbox::smtp telnet ftp::Berry:Joe Hill:DEC3000:DU 129.170.16.35:inno3::telnet smtp ftp::Berry:Donel D'Cruze:DEC:UNIX

129.170.16.37:portal::telnet::Berry:Pat Wilson:RS6000:UNIX

  1. 129.170.16.38:caligari:northstar:smtp::Berry:Richard Brittain:IBM-RS/6000-350:UNIX
  2. is in use by (dartmouth.zone.head) 129.170.16.38:caligari northstar-www rcloghost::smtp::Berry:Richard Brittain:IBM-RS/6000-350:UNIX
  3. 129.170.16.39 is seuss.dartmouth.org. See also dartmouth.rev.head.

129.170.16.40:iml www.iml::smtp::Berry Machine Room:Mark Noel:SGI:UNIX 129.170.16.41:merrimack news newshost bookshost localftp ftplocal::smtp telnet ftp::Berry:Donel D'Cruze:ALPHA:DEC-UNIX 129.170.16.42:oort:northstar:smtp telnet ftp::Berry:Richard Brittain:IBM-R6000/H50:UNIX 129.170.16.43:cygnusx1:northstar:smtp telnet ftp::Berry:Richard Brittain:IBM-R6000/H50:AIX 129.170.16.44:olympia::smtp telnet ftp::Berry:Donel D'Cruze:ALPHA:DU 129.170.16.45:merrimack1::::berry mr:Donel D'Cruze:ALPHA:UNIX 129.170.16.46:dewey courseinfo::smtp telnet ftp::Berry:Joe Hill:Dell 2550:Linux 129.170.16.47:amostuck::smtp ftp telnet::Berry:Joe Hill:Sun SPARC-450:UNIX

  1. 129.170.16.48 is horton.dartmouth.org. See also dartmouth.rev.head.

129.170.16.49:corptime corptime1::::Berry:Steve Cochran:Sun E250:Solaris 129.170.16.50:gateway:northstar:smtp telnet::Berry:Richard Brittain:IBM RS/6000:AIX

  1. 129.170.16.51:newpolaris uuidserver oldgrafton:northstar:smtp telnet ftp::Berry:Richard Brittain:IBM-R6000/590:AIX

129.170.16.51:polaris nimbus uuidserver:northstar:smtp telnet ftp::Berry:Richard Brittain:IBM-R6000/590:AIX 129.170.16.52:brooks::smtp telnet ftp::Berry:John Wallace:IBM-R6000:AIX

  1. 129.170.16.53 is a second IP address for olympia, permitting SSL. See Eric Bivona.
  2. 129.170.16.53:linguistic-discovery::smtp telnet ftp::Berry:Eric Bivona:ALPHA:DU

129.170.16.54:sa dfp patches linux figment::::Berry:Joe Hill:Intel:Linux 129.170.16.55:ernest::ftp smtp telnet::Berry:Brent Rohloff:SUN U10:SOLARIS

  1. 129.170.16.56:miach::::Berry:Stephen Cochran:Sun Ultra 5:Solaris
  2. 129.170.16.57 is bashful.dartmouth.org. See also dartmouth.rev.head.

129.170.16.58:rclserv1 rcfontserv::::Berry:Richard Brittain:Sun Netra X1:Solaris 129.170.16.59:amanda::::Berry:Joe Hill:Intel:Linux 129.170.16.60:louie::smtp::Berry:Joe Hill:Sun E250:Solaris 129.170.16.61:dew2::smtp::Berry:Joe Hill:Dell:Linux

  1. 129.170.16.62:projects::::Berry:Mark Aaron O'Neil:PPC Mac:MacOS

129.170.16.63:dtss::smtp telnet ftp::Berry:Joe Hill:Intel:Linux

  1. 129.170.16.64 is seuss2.dartmouth.org.

129.170.16.65:scathach::::Berry MR:Stephen Cochran:IBM:RS/6000 129.170.16.66:beowulf:northstar:smtp::Berry MR:John Wallace:Intel:Linux 129.170.16.67:callme::::Berry MR:Joe Hill:Intel:Linux

  1. 129.170.16.68:shrek::::Berry MR:Joe Hill:Intel:Linux
  2. netblitz.Dartmouth.ORG is a CNAME for netblitz2.Dartmouth.EDU.

129.170.16.70:netblitz2::::Berry:Joe Hill:Dell 1650:Linux 129.170.16.71:fdportal::::Berry MR:Joe Hill:Sun Sunfire 280R:Solaris 129.170.16.72:creek:northstar:smtp::Berry MR:David Steiner:SGI:IRIX

  1. 129.170.16.73 is newsneezy.dartmouth.org

129.170.16.74:quicktime2 media2::::Berry:Joe Hill:Dell:linux

  1. The 3 simserve machines are ISTS machines housed temporarily at Berry.

129.170.16.75:cds-1::::Berry:Bill Brown, Mike Gray:Xeon:Linux 129.170.16.76:bower::::Berry:Bill Brown, Mike Gray 5/05:Xeon:Linux 129.170.16.77:simserve3::::Berry:Bill Brown, Mike Gray:Xeon:Linux 129.170.16.78:beowulf2:northstar:smtp::Berry MR:John Wallace:Intel:Linux 129.170.16.79:webster connections safecomputing www.den policyresearch computing www.stufftodo stuff2do ftp www mmm web hop research hoodmuseum www.hoodmuseum www.skiway skiway rockefeller unleashed parents::smtp telnet ftp::Berry:Joe Hill:ALPHA:DEC-UNIX 129.170.16.80:grumpy www.alumni incircle alumni yada evalres::::berry:joe hill:dell:linux

129.170.16.82:reflector::::Berry:Joe Hill:Dell 1650:Linux 129.170.16.83:sa2::::Berry:Jared Alessandroni Joe Hill:Dell:Linux 129.170.16.84:tacos2 tacos greenwave::::Berry:Joe Hill:Dell 2650:Linux 129.170.16.85:dbdi::::Berry:Vince Capuano:intel:Windows

  1. 129.170.16.86 is newdoc.dartmouth.org

129.170.16.87:corptime2::::Berry:Steve Cochran:Dell:Linux 129.170.16.88:iml2::::Berry:Mark Noel:einix AMD:OpenBSD 129.170.16.89:newcobweb::smtp telnet ftp::Berry:Joe Hill:Dell:Linux 129.170.16.90:newwebster::smtp telnet ftp::Berry:Joe Hill:Dell:Linux 129.170.16.91:newblack::::Berry:Joe Hill:Dell 1650:Linux 129.170.16.92:crawford::::berry mr:Steven Andrews-stephen b mcallister:dell:linux 129.170.16.93:sierra rclserv3 andes1:northstar:smtp::Berry MR:John Wallace - David Steiner:Dell:Linux 129.170.16.94:shaman::::Berry MR:David Steiner:other:computer 129.170.16.95:teton:northstar:smtp::Berry MR:David Steiner:IBM RS/6000:aix 129.170.16.96:delta rclserv2::smtp telnet ftp::Berry:David Steiner:SGI-O200:IRIX 129.170.16.97:bb6-1::smtp telnet ftp::Berry:Joe Hill:Intel:Linux 129.170.16.98:gyro::smtp telnet ftp::Berry:Joe Hill:Intel:Linux 129.170.16.99:bb6-2::::Berry:Joe Hill:hp prolient:Linux 129.170.16.100:northstar ns rcloghost::smtp telnet ftp::Berry:Richard Brittain:IBM-RS/6000:UNIX 129.170.16.101:webobjects::::Berry:Steve Cochran:Mac:osx 129.170.16.103:irbnet::::Berry:Joe Hill:Dell 2650 grants and contracts:Linux 129.170.16.104:newal-test::::Berry:Donel D'Cruze:Alpha:Tru64

  1. 129.170.16.105:vocera::::Berry:Jonathan Hall:Dell:Windows

129.170.16.106:mailhub3 dc dartmouth::::Berry:David Gelhar:Dell:linux 129.170.16.107:webapp dante::::BerryMR:Joe Hill:dell 2650:redhat 129.170.16.108:cherry::::berryMR:Joe Hill:openvms:

129.170.16.110:hptest::::berrymr:joe hill:hp:linux 129.170.16.111:max::::berrymr:william d hamblen:origin2k: 129.170.16.112:bb6::::berrymr:joe hill:hp dl380:redhat 129.170.16.113:matrix::::berry mr:David Steiner:dell:linux 129.170.16.114:roinn software::::berry mr:Steve Cochran:dell:linux 129.170.16.115:solis:northstar:smtp::berry mr:David Steiner:sun:solaris

  1. 129.170.16.116 is lorax.org
  2. 129.170.16.120 is happy.dartmouth.org. See also dartmouth.rev.head.
  3. 129.170.16.121:ash::::berry mr:Joe Hill:Alpha DS20:Open VMS

129.170.16.122:mailhub1 mailhost::::berry mr:David Gelhar:Dell:Linux

  1. 129.170.16.123:is whoville.dartmouth.org ::::berry mr:Joseph Hill:Dell:Linux

129.170.16.124:vmware1::::berry mr:Joseph Hill:test:test 129.170.16.125:vmware2::::berry mr:Joseph Hill:test:test 129.170.16.126:vmware3::::berry mr:Joseph Hill:test:test 129.170.16.127:radius1::::berry mr:punch taylor:dell:linux 129.170.16.128:dalton:northstar:smtp::berry mr:david.r.steiner 2/05:dell:linux 129.170.16.129:grimalkin:northstar:smtp::berry mr:David Steiner:ibm:linux 129.170.16.130:express:northstar:smtp::berry mr:david.r.steiner 05/05:ibm:linux 129.170.16.131:sunray video:northstar:smtp telnet ftp::Berry MR:David Steiner:Sun V240:Solaris 129.170.16.132:newlibcat::::Berry MR:Donel D'Cruze:Sunfire V490:Solaris 129.170.16.133:srishti::::Berry MR:Donel D'Cruze:Sunfire V280:Solaris 129.170.16.134:leda::::berry mr:joe hill 8/05:dell:linux 129.170.16.135:metis::::berry mr:dave avery 8/05:dell:windows 129.170.16.136:calendar::::Berry:Steve Cochran:Dell:Linux

  1. 129.170.16.255 ***END OF 16***

129.170.18.1:tech-svc.berry1-crt::::Berry machine room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS 129.170.18.2:berry-tech1-sw::::Berry basement BDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.18.3:berry-tech2-sw::::Berry basement BDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48:

129.170.18.11:operations::::Berry:Mike Hogan:Mac:OSX 129.170.18.13:cahir::::Berry L15:Stephen Cochran:Mac:MacX 129.170.18.14:joeh::::Berry:Joe Hill:Mac:Linux 129.170.18.15:oban::::Berry L15:Stephen Cochran:Intel:Linux 129.170.18.16:opmanager::::Berry:Mike Hogan:Mac:OSX 129.170.18.17:shocker::::berry L29:Mike Hogan:other:other 129.170.18.18:cd-changer::::Berry:Steve Cochran:MAC:MacOS 129.170.18.19:tux::::Berry Basement:Dave Buccierro:Xerox N2125: 129.170.18.20:lemitar::smtp telnet ftp::Berry:David Gelhar:Sun Ultra-5:Solaris 129.170.18.21:boolybooly::::Berry Machine Room:Joe Hill:Intel:Linux 129.170.18.22:watchit::::Berry Machine Room:Joe Hill:Intel:Linux 129.170.18.23:montana::::L26 Berry:Donel D'Cruze:Sun Ultra 5:SOLARIS 129.170.18.24:polvadera::smtp telnet ftp::Berry:David Gelhar:NeXT:UNIX 129.170.18.25:avery::::Berry:David Avery:IBM-PC:DOS 129.170.18.26:coord1::::Berry:Mike Hogan:Mac:OSX 129.170.18.27:kells::smtp::Berry L16:Stephen Cochran:Sun:Solaris 129.170.18.28:magdalena remlog::telnet smtp ftp::Berry L16:David Gelhar:DS3000/300:DEC-UNIX 129.170.18.29:orchestra::::Berry:Mike Hogan:Mac:OSX 129.170.18.30:pogo::::Berry:Joe Hill:Mac:OSX 129.170.18.31:opsdell::smtp::Berry:Leon Webb, 3/01:Dell:Linux 129.170.18.32:coord3::::Berry:Mike Hogan:Mac:OSX 129.170.18.33:irwin::smtp::Berry:David Steiner:SGI:Irix 129.170.18.34:d844yh11::::Berry:Jonathan Hall:Dell:Windows 129.170.18.35:skunk::::Berry:Joe Hill:Dell:Linux 129.170.18.36:canola::::L18 Berry:Steve Cochran:MAC:Linux

  1. 129.170.18.37:irlp::::Berry:Joe Hill:Nano:Linux
  2. 129.170.18.38:entrustest::::Berry:Bob Brentrup:Intel:WNT

129.170.18.39:jcosx::::Berry:Jim Cardente:Mac:OSX 129.170.18.40:kidd::::Berry:Eric Kidd:Intel:Linux 129.170.18.41:berrycrcam1::::L32 Berry:Maria Arista:Security Camera: 129.170.18.42:berrypwcam2::::L10 Berry:Maria Arista:Security Camera: 129.170.18.43:coord5::::Berry:Mike Hogan:Mac:OSX 129.170.18.44:xorchestra::::Berry:Mike Hogan:Mac:OSX 129.170.18.45:hancock::smtp telnet ftp::Berry:David Avery:INTEL:NT 129.170.18.47:dialtone::::Berry L18:Craig Bisson:Intel:Windows 129.170.18.48:haven::smtp telnet ftp::Berry 15:Joe Hill:DEC-ALPHA:DU

  1. 129.170.18.49:zermatt::smtp telnet ftp::Berry L14:Robert Brentrup:Sun:Solaris

129.170.18.50:a255crypt::::Berry L:Joe Hill:Alpha:Tru64 129.170.18.51:mrcam-1::::Berry:James Cardente:AXIS 2100 camera: 129.170.18.52:mishra netdocs::::berry l18:paul schmidt 2/05:dell:redhat 129.170.18.53:brent-rohloff::::Berry L26:Brent Rohloff:Dell:Windows 129.170.18.54:uc::::Berry L16:David Gelhar:Intel:Linux 129.170.18.56:sneezy2::smtp telnet ftp::Berry:Joe Hill:DEC Alpha:UNIX 129.170.18.57:pike::smtp telnet ftp::Berry:Joe Hill:Sun:UNIX 129.170.18.58:phaedrus::::Berry L-19:David Steiner:Dell:Linux 129.170.18.59:xcalibur vectorworkslm::::Berry:James Cardente:Mac:MacX

  1. 129.170.18.60:google::::berry 18:Brian V Hughes:google box:linux

129.170.18.61:operations-macos::::Berry:Mike Hogan:Mac:OSX 129.170.18.62:coordinator jlh::smtp telnet ftp::Berry:Mike Hogan:INTEL:NT 129.170.18.63:mph::::Berry:Mike Hogan:DELL:NT 129.170.18.64:selkie::::Berry:David Steiner:Various: 129.170.18.65:beorn::::Berry:David Steiner:Various: 129.170.18.66:manitou::::Berry:David Steiner:Various: 129.170.18.68:rudolph::::Berry:Joe Hill:Intel:Linux

  1. 129.170.18.69:stoner::::Berry:Craig Bisson:Dell:W2k

129.170.18.70:area51::::Berry:Brian Hughs:Mac:MacOS 129.170.18.71:berry-mr7-pr::SNMP::Berry Print Window:Mike Hogan:Xerox N40: 129.170.18.72:chiacchira::::berry l25:tim chiacchira:dell:windows 129.170.18.73:sherbrooke::::berry l26:brent.rohloff:dell:windows

129.170.18.77:wings::smtp telnet ftp::Berry:Joe Hill:NeXTStation:NeXTStep 129.170.18.78:bambi::smtp telnet ftp::Berry:Joe Hill:Intel:Linux 129.170.18.79:oboe::::berry l29:michael. p. hogan:dell:windows 129.170.18.80:dtg-omg4::::berry l27:david greenfield:macg4:osx 129.170.18.81:vbrick1::::berry mr:bob johnson:video streamer: 129.170.18.82:puppy::::berry basement:Jonathan Hall:Dell:Windows 129.170.18.83:devtest::::Berry:David Avery:Dell:Windows 129.170.18.84:tux-color::::berry l29:mike hogan:hp:printer 129.170.18.85:tux-duplex::::berry l29:mike hogan:hp:printer

129.170.18.87:fmweb fmpublish fmcollect::::berry:Brian Hughes:Mac G3:MacOS 129.170.18.88:loki::::Berry:David Steiner:Mac:OS-X 129.170.18.89:csvcxdbourque::::Berry L23:David Bourque:Dell Optiplex:Windows

  1. 129.170.18.90 to 203 are for DHCP.
  2. 129.170.18.206 to 212 are for DHCP.
  3. 129.170.18.213:hppxe::::Berry MR:HP Demo:HP Demo blade server:other
  4. 129.170.18.220 to 249 are for DHCP.

129.170.18.252:urza::::Berry:Paul Schmidt:Dell Optiplex GX240:Debian Linux 129.170.18.253:telecom-fx::::Berry:Charlie Clark:MAC-II-FX:Mac-OS

  1. 129.170.18.255 ***END OF 18***

129.170.17.1:mr17.berry1-crt::::Berry:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.17.4:ns1 ntp net-syslog::dns ntp::Berry:David Gelhar:DEC DS-10:UNIX 129.170.17.5:berry-sn17-1-sw::::Berry Machine Room:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.17.6:berry-sn17-2-sw::::Berry Machine Room:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.17.9:oldquicktime oldmedia::::Berry:Joe Hill:Intel:Linux 129.170.17.10:quicktime media::::Berry:Joe Hill:Intel:Linux 129.170.17.11:bridgetown::::berry mr:Jonathan.W.Hall:dell:windows 129.170.17.12:oslo greenprint::smtp telnet ftp::Berry:David Avery:INTEL:NT 129.170.17.13:oslo2::::Berry:David Avery:INTEL:NT 129.170.17.14:vienna helpme::::Berry machine room:David Avery:Dell:WNT

129.170.17.17:morris2 cff-ll::::Berry:David Avery:DELL:NT 129.170.17.18:boston atempo::::berry mr:David Avery 3/05:2003 server:windows 129.170.17.19:tokyo::::Berry:David Avery:DELL:NT/Metaframe 129.170.17.20:kronos-poll::::Berry:David Avery:DELL:NT 129.170.17.21:kronos-compute::::Berry:David Avery:DELL:NT 129.170.17.22:basement webblitz::smtp::Berry:Joe Hill:DELL:Linux 129.170.17.23:london::smtp telnet::Berry:David Avery:INTEL:WIN2K 129.170.17.24:listserv listserv-ftp madrid access accessreports::smtp telnet ftp::Berry:David Avery:INTEL:NT

  1. 129.170.17.24 is listserv.
  2. 129.170.17.25 is morris.
  3. 129.170.17.26 is wilson.

129.170.17.27:stockholm::smtp telnet ftp::Berry:David Avery:INTEL:NT 129.170.17.28:berlin::smtp::Berry:David Avery:Intel:NT

  1. 129.170.17.29 is ghost.

129.170.17.30:canberra::::Berry:David Avery:DELL:NT 129.170.17.31:pompei phoenix replicon pompeii::::Berry:David Avery:: 129.170.17.32:lima webviewer::::Berry:David Avery:DELL:NT 129.170.17.33:miami::::Berry:Brent Rohloff:server:?? 129.170.17.34:belfast::::Berry:David Avery:DELL:NT 129.170.17.35:paris::::Berry:David Avery:DELL:NT 129.170.17.36:zurich::smtp::Berry:David Avery:DELL:NT 129.170.17.38:amsterdam::::Berry:David Avery:INTEL:Windows 129.170.17.39:dartmsdn::::Berry L29:Mike Hogan:Dell:Windows 129.170.17.40:moscow::smtp::Berry:David Avery:PS2/95:NT 129.170.17.41:wilson cbt smartforce::smtp telnet ftp::Berry:David Avery:INTEL:NT 129.170.17.42:bogata::::Berry:David Avery:DELL:W2K

129.170.17.45:listspare::smtp::Berry:David Avery:Dell:W2K

  1. Dartfiles and df-* are all the same machine, same interface.

129.170.17.47:dartfiles::::Berry:Steve Cochran:iMac:OSX 129.170.17.48:df-locker::::Berry:Steve Cochran:iMac:OSX 129.170.17.49:df-strongbox::::Berry:Steve Cochran:iMac:OSX 129.170.17.50:df-vault::::Berry:Steve Cochran:iMac:OSX 129.170.17.51:baku::::Berry mr:Jonathan.W.Hall:dell server:windows 129.170.17.52:beast::::Berry:Joe Hill:Dell 2550:Linux 129.170.17.53:rome::::Berry:David Avery:INTEL:WNT 129.170.17.54:torridon::::Berry:Steve Cochran:INTEL:Linux 129.170.17.55:athens::::Berry:David Avery:DELL:W2K 129.170.17.56:melbourne license-manager blackhorse windows-update::::Berry:David Avery:DELL:W2K 129.170.17.57:copenhagen::::Berry:David Avery:DELL:W2K 129.170.17.58:rmsserver::::Berry mr:Jonathan.W.Hall:dell server:windows 129.170.17.59:dev im major::::Berry:Steve Cochran:MAC:linux 129.170.17.60:dili::::Berry:Jonathan W. Hall:Dell:W2K 129.170.17.61:quito::::Berry:Jonathan Hall:Dell:Windows 129.170.17.62:prague::::Berry:David Avery:Dell:W2k 129.170.17.64:suva::::Berry:Jonathan Hall:Dell:Windows 129.170.17.65:monaco::::Berry:Jonathan Hall:Dell:Windows 129.170.17.66:bangor::::Berry:David Avery:Avocent: 129.170.17.67:seattle::::Berry:David Avery:Avocent: 129.170.17.68:chicago::::Berry:David Avery:Avocent: 129.170.17.69:tampa ldss::::Berry:David Avery:Dell:Windows 129.170.17.70:srs::::Berry:Jodee Allen - Joe Hill:Dell:linux

  1. 129.170.17.71 is newseuss Joe Hill

129.170.17.73:detroit::::Berry:David Avery:Avocent console switch: 129.170.17.74:jones::::Berry:Jonathan Hall:Dell:Linux 129.170.17.75:actived::::Berry:Jonathan Hall:Dell:Windows 129.170.17.76:lists::::Berry:Oman Wild:Dell:Linux

  1. 129.170.17.79 is oldhappy.dartmouth.org Joe Hill

129.170.17.80:projectsx projects dartmoo::::Berry MR:Mark ONeil:Xserv: 129.170.17.81:newharrison banner-www::smtp::Berry:David Avery:Dell PE6300:NT

  1. 129.170.17.82:dublin::::Berry:David Avery - Larry Battis:INTEL:Windows

129.170.17.84:bvocal::::Berry:Joe Hill:Sun:Solaris

  1. 129.170.17.85:frankfurt::::Berry:Jonathan Hall:Dell:Windows
  2. 129.170.17.86:munich::::Berry:Jonathan Hall:Dell:Windows

129.170.17.87:cairo::::Berry:David Avery:Dell:Windows 129.170.17.88:avoca keyserver::::Berry:Stephen Cochran:Mac:MacX 129.170.17.89:savannah mailsite explore webops hosting::::Berry:Brian Hughes:Mac:MacX 129.170.17.90:tundra darthome webgroups webtools now::::Berry:Brian Hughes:Mac:MacX 129.170.17.91:bayou itrack flushot hopushers facballots dofcomms::::Berry:Brian Hughes:Mac:MacX 129.170.17.92:badlands 2010 summary websurveys 2006 my 2008 2009::smtp::Fairbanks:Brian Hughes:Intel:Linux 129.170.17.93:plateau::::berry mr:brian hughes 6/05:G5 server:osx 129.170.17.94:mailhub4::::Berry:David Gelhar:Dell:linux 129.170.17.95:lisbon::::Berry :David Avery:Dell:Windows 129.170.17.96:milan landesk::::Berry :David Avery:Dell:Windows 129.170.17.97:turin leo::::Berry :David Avery:Dell:Windows 129.170.17.98:naples dmeds::::Berry :David Avery:Dell:Windows 129.170.17.99:stuttgart::::berry mr:Jon Hall:Dell:Windows 129.170.17.100:vancouver::::berry mr:David Avery:Dell:Windows 129.170.17.101:milwaukee::::berry mr:David Avery:Avocent console switch: 129.170.17.102:brussels::::berry mr:Jonathan Hall:Dell:Windows 129.170.17.103:cr2lla::::berry mr:mike hogan:other: 129.170.17.104:cr2llc::::berry mr:mike hogan:other: 129.170.17.105:richmond::::berry mr:David Avery:other 129.170.17.106:shrek::::Berry MR:Joe Hill:Intel:Linux 129.170.17.107:mailhub2 mailhub::::berry mr:David Gelhar:Dell:Linux 129.170.17.108:doctor transmed www.dartmed dartmed www.mednews mednews dms www.dms:::::Paul Gennaro:PowerMac:Linux 129.170.17.109:minneapolis::::berry mr:David Avery:other

  1. 129.170.17.110:st-paul::::berry mr:David Avery:other

129.170.17.111:st-paul::::berry mr:David Avery:other 129.170.17.112:radius2::::berry mr:punch taylor:dell:linux 129.170.17.113:santa-fe::::berry mr:David Avery::Windows 129.170.17.114:atlantis:::::David Avery::Windows 129.170.17.115:shangra-la:::::David Avery:2003 Server: 129.170.17.116:taigh-stoir:::::stephen.a.cochran 11/04:XServe G5:osx 129.170.17.117:search ultraseek dropbox:::::joe.hill 11/04:dell:linux-lycos search engine 129.170.17.118:albuquerque::::berry mr:David Avery 11/04:VMWare:linux 129.170.17.119:concord::::berry mr:David Avery 1/05:windows server: 129.170.17.120:montpelier montpellier::::berry mr:David Avery 1/05:windows server: 129.170.17.121:anchorage::::berry mr:David Avery:Dell:Windows 129.170.17.122:narnia::::berry mr:David Avery 1/05:VMWare:fsaAtlas 129.170.17.123:darwin dash-db::::berry mr:David Avery 1/05:w2k server:dash pos 129.170.17.124:cairns dash-tp::::berry mr:David Avery 1/05:w2k server:dash pos 129.170.17.125:hptestblade::::berry mr:mike hogan 4/05:testblade: 129.170.17.126:ibmtestblade::::berry mr:mike hogan 4/05:testblade: 129.170.17.127:delltestblade::::berry mr:mike hogan 4/05:testblade: 129.170.17.128:ibmblademgt::::berry mr:mike hogan 4/05:ibm:blade server 129.170.17.129:ibmbladeent::::berry mr:mike hogan 4/05:ibm:enet on chassis 129.170.17.130:ibmbladepc::::berry mr:mike hogan 4/05:ibm:qlogic fiber channel 129.170.17.131:ibmblade2p::::berry mr:mike hogan 4/05:ibm:2 processor blade 129.170.17.132:ibmblade4p::::berry mr:mike hogan 4/05:ibm:4 processor blade 129.170.17.133:discovery::::berry mr:Peter.R.Schmitt 6/05:pssc whitebox:linux 129.170.17.134:endeavor::::berry mr:Peter.R.Schmitt 6/05:pssc whitebox:linux 129.170.17.135:enterprise::::berry mr:Peter.R.Schmitt 6/05:pssc whitebox:linux

  1. 129.170.17.255 ***END OF 17***

129.170.160.1:berry-wireless.berry1-crt::::berrymr:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS 129.170.160.2:bissell1-ap::telnet snmp::3rd fl hall jct:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.160.3:bissell2-ap::telnet snmp::basement term. rm:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.160.4:eight-choate1-ap::telnet snmp::8 Choate Road:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.160.5:cohen1-ap::telnet snmp::3rd fl hall jct:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.160.6:cohen3-ap::telnet snmp::basement term. rm:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

  1. 129.170.160.7:six-choate1-ap::telnet snmp::6 Choate Road:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.160.8:brown1-ap::telnet snmp::3rd fl hall jct:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.160.8:aruba-berry4-vlan160::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba 5000:

  1. 129.170.160.9:brown3-ap::telnet snmp::basement term. rm:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.160.9:aruba-berry1-vlan160::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba 5000:

  1. 129.170.160.10:baker900-1-ap::::Baker Tower South:David Bourque:Alverion Breeze:
  2. 129.170.160.11:sachem900-1-ap::::Sachem Village Softball Press Box:David Bourque:Alverion Breeze:
  3. 129.170.160.12:butterfield1-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.160.13:butterfield2-ap::telnet snmp::3rd fl chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  5. 129.170.160.14:lord1-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  6. 129.170.160.15:lord2-ap::telnet snmp::4th fl chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  7. 129.170.160.16:streeter1-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  8. 129.170.160.17:streeter2-ap::telnet snmp::4th fl chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  9. 129.170.160.18:gile1-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl W chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  10. 129.170.160.19:gile2-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl E cable tray:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  11. 129.170.160.20:gile3-ap::telnet snmp::3rd fl W chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  12. 129.170.160.21:gile4-ap::telnet snmp::3rd fl E cable tray:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.160.22:russell-sage1-ap:1st fl chase W wing:telnet snmp:::Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.160.23:russell-sage2-ap:2nd fl chase corner:telnet snmp:::Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.160.24:russell-sage3-ap:4th fl chase W wing:telnet snmp:::Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

  1. 129.170.160.25:russell-sage4-ap:4th fl chase corner:telnet snmp:::Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.160.26:russell-sage5-ap:near 410:telnet snmp:::Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.160.27:russell-sage6-ap:near 210:telnet snmp:::Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.160.28:north1-ap::telnet snmp::Basement:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.160.29:shabazz1-ap::telnet snmp::Laundry Closet Basement:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.160.30:shabazz2-ap::telnet snmp::3rd fl closet:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

  1. 129.170.160.31:hitchcock1-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl chase S wing:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.160.32:hitchcock2-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl chase W wing:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.160.33:hitchcock3-ap::telnet snmp::3rd fl chase S wing:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.160.34:hitchcock4-ap::telnet snmp::3rd fl chase E wing:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  5. 129.170.160.35:carpenter1-ap::telnet snmp::Attic above 301:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  6. 129.170.160.36:carpenter2-ap::telnet snmp::201F proj booth:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  7. 129.170.160.37:carpenter3-ap::telnet snmp::201C proj booth:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  8. 129.170.160.38:carpenter4-ap::telnet snmp::stack level 1:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  9. 129.170.160.39:carpenter5-ap::telnet snmp::13 proj booth:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  10. 129.170.160.40:baker10-ap::telnet snmp::East Wing Attic:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  11. 129.170.160.41:baker11-ap::telnet snmp::East Wing Attic:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  12. 129.170.160.42:baker12-ap::telnet snmp::West Wing Attic:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  13. 129.170.160.43:baker13-ap::telnet snmp::West Wing Attic:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  14. 129.170.160.44:baker14-ap::telnet snmp::Reserve Desk (temp):Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  15. 129.170.160.45:baker15-ap::telnet snmp::Main Fl Help Desk (temp):Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  16. 129.170.160.46:baker16-ap::telnet snmp::105 Upper Level:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  17. 129.170.160.47:baker17-ap::telnet snmp::Closet Baker Admin:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  18. 129.170.160.48:baker18-ap::telnet snmp::Baker 017:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  19. 129.170.160.49:baker19-ap::telnet snmp::Outside Baker 012:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  20. 129.170.160.50:rauner1-ap::telnet snmp::Rauner 304:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  21. 129.170.160.51:rauner2-ap::telnet snmp::Rauner 306:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  22. 129.170.160.52:rauner3-ap::telnet snmp::Rauner 9 column:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  23. 129.170.160.53:rauner4-ap::telnet snmp::Rauner bunker:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  24. 129.170.160.54:rauner5-ap::telnet snmp::Rauner 4th level stacks:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  25. 129.170.160.55:sanborn1-ap::telnet snmp::Sanborn:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  26. 129.170.160.56:sanborn2-ap::telnet snmp::Sanborn:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  27. 129.170.160.57:sanborn3-ap::telnet snmp::Sanborn:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  28. 129.170.160.58:sanborn4-ap::telnet snmp::Sanborn:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  29. 129.170.160.59:sanborn5-ap::telnet snmp::Baker Rm 120:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  30. 129.170.160.60:baker9-ap::telnet snmp::Old Map Room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  31. 129.170.160.61:baker8-ap::telnet snmp::7th stack, west:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  32. 129.170.160.62:baker7-ap::telnet snmp::Tower facing S:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  33. 129.170.160.63:baker6-ap::telnet snmp::Tower facing W:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  34. 129.170.160.64:crrel1-wb::telnet snmp::CRREL NE roof pointing to Rivercrest:David Bourque:Cisco 1410:
  35. 129.170.160.65:lyme-road1-wb::telnet snmp::72 Lyme Rd facing Baker Tower:David Bourque:Cisco 1410
  36. 129.170.160.66:lyme-road-wb-int::::45 Lyme Rd:Mike Gray:wireless bridge router interface:
  37. 129.170.160.67:baker2-wb::telnet snmp::Tower facing NE:David Bourque:Cisco 1410:
  38. 129.170.160.68:lyme-road2-wb::telnet snmp::45 Lyme Rd facing Baker Tower:David Bourque:Cisco 1410

129.170.160.69:shabazz3-ap::telnet snmp::Apartment office:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

  1. 129.170.160.70:baker900-rt::::Baker Tower:David Bourque:Linksys Router for Wavecomm 900Mhz:
  2. 129.170.160.71:rivercrest-intel1-ap::ssh::Rivercrest Housing:David Bourque:Axiomtek:
  3. 129.170.160.72:rivercrest-intel2-ap::ssh::Rivercrest Housing:David Bourque:Axiomtek:
  4. 129.170.160.73:rivercrest-intel3-ap::ssh::Rivercrest Housing:David Bourque:Axiomtek:
  5. 129.170.160.74:winston::::45 Lyme Rd:Michel Gray:Dell:Linux
  6. 129.170.160.110 thru 254 and 129.170.161.2 thru 254 are DHCP.
  7. 129.170.162.2 thru 254 and 129.170.163.2 thru 249 are DHCP.

129.170.252.225:85leb.switchroom1-crt::::Telephone switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:

  1. 129.170.252.232 thru 254 are DHCP.

129.170.144.1:lodge.switchroom1-crt::::Telephone Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.144.4:lodge1-ac::::Lodge:Keith.A.Cutting:Lenel access controller:

  1. 129.170.144.6:lodge1-ap::telnet snmp::2st fl E hall:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.144.7:lodge2-ap::telnet snmp::2st fl W hall:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.144.8:lodge2-sw::::Lodge:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.144.9:lodge3-sw::::Lodge:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48:

  1. 129.170.144.32 thru 249 are DHCP.

129.170.248.227:lyme-road-ns1::::45 Lyme Road:Chris Brenton:Intel: 129.170.248.228:lyme-road-ns2::::45 Lyme Road:Chris Brenton:Intel: 129.170.248.249:lyme-road-fw::::45 Lyme Road:Mike Gray:Intel:

129.170.248.252:lyme45-gigabeam1-wb::::45 Lyme Road:Charlie Clark:gigabeam: 129.170.248.253:lyme-road1-sw::::45 Lyme Road:Charlie Clark:Asante: 129.170.248.254:lyme-road1.lyme-road1-rt::::45 Lyme Road:Charlie Clark:Cisco 2501: 129.170.244.1:fayer.switchroom1-crt::::Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS 129.170.244.4:mid-fayer1-ac::::Mid Fayerweathers:Keith.A.Cutting:Lenel access controller:

  1. 129.170.244.6:mid-fayer1-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl laundry phone box:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.244.7:mid-fayer2-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl S tray:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.244.8:mid-fayer3-ap::telnet snmp::2nd fl IDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.244.9:mid-fayer4-ap::telnet snmp::attic N:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  5. 129.170.244.10:mid-fayer5-ap::telnet snmp::attic S:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.244.11:north-fayer2-sw::::North Fayerweathers:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.244.12:constitution::::401 Mid Fayer:Jordan D. Desroches, 1/01:Intel:Linux 129.170.244.13:north-fayer3-sw::::North Fayerweathers:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.244.14:mid-fayer2-sw::::Mid Fayerweathers:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.244.15:mid-fayer3-sw::::Mid Fayerweathers:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.244.16:perquimans::::112 Mid Fayer:Tomasz J. Tunguz-Zawislak:Mac:MacOS 129.170.244.17:durendal::::303 South Fayer:Sydney X Lu:Intel:Linux 129.170.244.18:mid-fayer4-sw::::Mid Fayerweathers:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.244.19:south-fayer2-sw::::South Fayerweathers:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.244.20:south-fayer3-sw::::South Fayerweathers:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.244.21:fwllpr01::::North Fayerweathers Lower Level - greenprint:Jonathan Hall:Xerox:printer 129.170.244.22:fwllrs01::::Lower Level:jonathan.w.hall:greenprintstation:windows

  1. 129.170.244.50 through 129.170.244.249 are reserved for DHCP.
  2. 129.170.245.6:north-fayer1-ap::telnet snmp::Basement term. room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.245.7:north-fayer2-ap::telnet snmp::2nd fl IDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.245.8:north-fayer3-ap::telnet snmp::4th fl attic:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  5. 129.170.245.9:south-fayer1-ap::telnet snmp::Basement term. room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  6. 129.170.245.10:south-fayer2-ap::telnet snmp::2nd fl IDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  7. 129.170.245.11:south-fayer3-ap::telnet snmp::4th fl attic:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  8. 129.170.245.50 through 129.170.245.249 are reserved for DHCP.

129.170.72.1:switchroom-wireless.switchroom1-crt::::Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS 129.170.72.2:mid-fayer1-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl laundry phone box:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.72.3:mid-fayer2-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl S tray:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.72.4:mid-fayer3-ap::telnet snmp::2nd fl IDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.72.5:mid-fayer4-ap::telnet snmp::attic N:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.72.6:mid-fayer5-ap::telnet snmp::attic S:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.72.7:north-fayer1-ap::telnet snmp::Basement term. room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.72.8:north-fayer2-ap::telnet snmp::2nd fl IDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.72.9:north-fayer3-ap::telnet snmp::4th fl attic:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.72.10:south-fayer1-ap::telnet snmp::Basement term. room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.72.11:south-fayer2-ap::telnet snmp::2nd fl IDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.72.12:south-fayer3-ap::telnet snmp::4th fl attic:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

  1. 129.170.72.13:topliff1-ap::telnet snmp::3rd fl chase NW:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.72.14:topliff2-ap::telnet snmp::3rd fl junction:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.72.15:topliff3-ap::telnet snmp::above 322:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.72.16:topliff4-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl chase NW:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  5. 129.170.72.17:topliff5-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl junction:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  6. 129.170.72.18:topliff6-ap::telnet snmp::above 122:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.72.19:ripley1-ap::telnet snmp::Basement chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.72.20:smith1-ap::telnet snmp::Basement chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.72.21:woodward1-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.72.22:ripley2-ap::telnet snmp::2nd fl chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.72.23:smith2-ap::telnet snmp::2nd fl chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.72.24:woodward2-ap::telnet snmp::3rd fl chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

  1. 129.170.72.25:new-hamp1-ap::telnet snmp::3rd fl hall E:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.72.26:new-hamp2-ap::telnet snmp::3rd fl hall W:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.72.27:new-hamp3-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl hall E:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.72.28:new-hamp4-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl hall W:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.72.29:lodge1-ap::telnet snmp::2st fl E hall:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.72.30:lodge2-ap::telnet snmp::2st fl W hall:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

  1. 129.170.72.31:mid-mass1-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl N closet:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.72.32:mid-mass2-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl S closet:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.72.33:mid-mass3-ap::telnet snmp::4th fl N closet:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.72.34:mid-mass4-ap::telnet snmp::4th fl S closet:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.72.35:austin-7-1-ap::telnet snmp::7 Austin Apt. 2:David Bourque:Cisco 350:

  1. 129.170.72.37:south-mass1-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.72.38:south-mass2-ap::telnet snmp::4th fl chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.72.39:brewster1-ap::telnet snmp::Basement:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.72.40:brewster2-ap::telnet snmp::Brewster:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  5. 129.170.72.41:brewster3-ap::telnet snmp::Brewster:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  6. 129.170.72.42:wentworth1-ap::telnet snmp::Wentworth:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  7. 129.170.72.43:wentworth2-ap::telnet snmp::Wentworth:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  8. 129.170.72.44:thornton1-ap::telnet snmp::Thornton:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  9. 129.170.72.45:thornton2-ap::telnet snmp::Thornton:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  10. 129.170.72.46:thornton3-ap::telnet snmp::Thornton:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  11. 129.170.72.47:reed1-ap::telnet snmp::Basement:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  12. 129.170.72.48:reed2-ap::telnet snmp::Attic north end:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  13. 129.170.72.49:reed3-ap::telnet snmp::Attic south end:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  14. 129.170.72.50:dartmouth1-ap::telnet snmp::Dartmouth Hall:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  15. 129.170.72.51:dartmouth2-ap::telnet snmp::Dartmouth Hall:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  16. 129.170.72.52:dartmouth3-ap::telnet snmp::Dartmouth Hall:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  17. 129.170.72.53:dartmouth4-ap::telnet snmp::Dartmouth Hall:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  18. 129.170.72.54:dartmouth5-ap::telnet snmp::Dartmouth Hall:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  19. 129.170.72.55:dartmouth6-ap::telnet snmp::Dartmouth Hall:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  20. 129.170.72.56:dartmouth7-ap::telnet snmp::Dartmouth Hall:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.72.57:lodgeremote1-ap::telnet snmp::6 Sargent st:Sean Dunten:Cisco 350:

  1. 129.170.72.64:dartmouthWDS::telnet snmp::Dartmouth Hall BDF:David Bourque:Cisco 1200:

129.170.72.80:aruba-switchroom1-vlan72::::Switchroom:David Bourque:Aruba 5000 129.170.72.81:aruba-berry1-vlan72::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba 5000 129.170.72.82:aruba-switchrrom2-vlan72::::Switchroom:David Bourque:Aruba 5000 129.170.72.83:aruba-berry2-vlan72::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba 5000

  1. 129.170.72.180 thru 254 and 129.170.73.2 thru 254 are DHCP.
  2. 129.170.74.2 thru 254 and 129.170.75.2 thru 249 are DHCP.

129.170.94.1:mass.switchroom1-crt::::Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.94.4:mid-mass1-ac::::Mid Mass:Keith.A.Cutting:Lenel access controller:

  1. 129.170.94.6:mid-mass1-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl N closet:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.94.7:mid-mass2-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl S closet:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.94.8:mid-mass3-ap::telnet snmp::4th fl N closet:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.94.9:mid-mass4-ap::telnet snmp::4th fl S closet:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.94.10:mid-mass2-sw::::Mid Mass:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.94.11:mid-mass3-sw::::Mid Mass:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.94.12:mid-mass4-sw::::Mid Mass:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.94.13:polyphony::::208 Mid Mass:Peter W. Rapp, 6/01:Mac:OSX 129.170.94.14:mid-mass5-sw::::Mid Mass:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.94.15:storage::::Mid Mass:Scott Calvert:Xerox:printer 129.170.94.16:candr::::mid mass C&R office:Catherine.Henault 5/05:hp:printer

  1. 129.170.94.50 through 129.170.94.249 are reserved for DHCP.

129.170.95.2:north-mass1-sw::::North Mass:Charlie Clark:BAY-350F: 129.170.95.3:south-mass1-sw::::South Mass:Charlie Clark:BAY-350F:

  1. 129.170.95.6:north-mass1-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.95.7:north-mass2-ap::telnet snmp::4th fl chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.95.8:south-mass1-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.95.9:south-mass2-ap::telnet snmp::4th fl chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.95.10:north-mass1-ac::::North Mass:Keith.A.Cutting:Lenel access controller: 129.170.95.11:south-mass1-ac::::South Mass:Keith.A.Cutting:Lenel access controller: 129.170.95.12:south-mass2-sw::::South Mass:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.95.13:parker::::406 South Mass:Adam G. Parker, 9/01:Dell:W9x 129.170.95.14:housing::::N. Mass rm 7:Cathy Henault:Xerox 8400DP:printer 129.170.95.15:south-mass3-sw::::South Mass:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.95.16:north-mass2-sw::::North Mass:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.95.17:north-mass3-sw::::North Mass:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.95.18:north-mass4-sw::::North Mass:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.95.19:livy::::402 south mass:Adam.C.Riggall, 1/05:Dell:Linux 129.170.95.20:nik::::304 north mass:Nikhil Manchanda, 6/02:Dell:WNT

129.170.95.22:busops::::N. Mass rm 1:Catherine F. Henault:Xerox:printer 129.170.95.23:bree::::south mass 105:gabrielle.Inglis 4/05:g4 ibook:osx

  1. 129.170.95.25 through 129.170.95.249 are reserved for DHCP.

129.170.140.65:montgomery.switchroom1-crt::::Telephone Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.140.66:montgomery1-hub::::Montgomery House:Charlie Clark:Asante: 129.170.140.67:montgomery1-ap::telnet snmp::Montgomery House:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.140.68:montgomery::::Montgomerfy House:Warren Belding:Apple LaserWriter:print

  1. 129.170.140.72 through 129.170.140.94 are reserved for DHCP.

129.170.30.1:moore.ropeferry1-crt::ssh::Rope Ferry:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6506: 129.170.30.5:bellows-falls.grid::::Moore Hall SB08:James E. Dobson:IBM:linux 129.170.30.6:comerford.grid::::Moore Hall SB08:James E. Dobson:IBM:linux 129.170.30.7:mcindoes.grid::::Moore Hall SB08:James E. Dobson:IBM:linux 129.170.30.8:vernon.grid::::Moore Hall SB08:James E. Dobson:IBM:linux

129.170.30.10:chunk::::moore 315:Abigail.M.Underhill Barbara.T.Mellert 8/05:xerox:printer 129.170.30.11:pbsadmin1::::moore 100:Barbara.T.Mellert 5/05:dell:windows 129.170.30.12:brucegx280::::moore 100:Barbara.T.Mellert 5/05:dell:windows 129.170.30.13:sablitz17::::hallway east of filene:Lucas.E.Nikkel/Student Assembly 3/05:emac:osx 129.170.30.14:sablitz18::::hallway east of filene:Lucas.E.Nikkel/Student Assembly 3/05:emac:osx 129.170.30.15:spot::::moore 358:Barbara.T.Mellert 2/05:hp:printer 129.170.30.16:cts-moore150::::Moore 150:andrew.g.faunce 11/04:crestron: 129.170.30.17:aphrodite::::Moore 245:craig.bennett 11/04:mac:osx 129.170.30.18:tupac diddy::::Moore Hall 245:craig.bennett:G5:osx 129.170.30.19:thlabgcc::::Moore Hall 221:Diana.B.Nelsen:GCC:printer 129.170.30.20:tsefmri::::320 Moore:peter tse:mac:windows 129.170.30.21:heineken::::Moore 350:William Kelley:mac:osx 129.170.30.22:callosum.cns::::Moore 434:James E. Dobson, Todd.C.Handy, 1/03:Dell:Linux 129.170.30.23:denali::::Moore 417:Scott H. Johnson, 6/00:Dell:Linux 129.170.30.24:marvin::smtp::Moore 234:Stephen P. Ryan:Intel:Debian Linux 129.170.30.25:gazzaniga-hp::::434 Moore:Mark Wessinger, 12/99:HP-890CM: 129.170.30.26:broadbent::::266 Moore:Yale.E.Cohen:Intel:NT/Linux 129.170.30.27:ventriloquism::::B22 Moore:Yale.E.Cohen:Intel:NT 129.170.30.28:wolford::ftp::423 Moore:George Wolford:Intel:NT 129.170.30.29:chocolate::::356 Moore:Jennifer M. Groh:PC:WIN95 129.170.30.30:vanilla::::B28 Moore:Jennifer M. Groh:PC:WIN95 129.170.30.31:butterscotch::::B28 Moore:Jennifer M. Groh:PC:WIN95 129.170.30.32:fudge::::B28 Moore:Jennifer M. Groh:PC:WIN95 129.170.30.33:mango::::B28 Moore:Jennifer M. Groh:PC:WIN95 129.170.30.34:chip::::315 Moore:Jennifer M. Groh Abigail Underhill:hp:printer 129.170.30.35:adagio::smtp telnet ftp::Moore:Mike Miller:SGI-Indigo2:IRIX 129.170.30.36:incus::::Yale.E.Cohen:Dell-Intel:NT 129.170.30.37:ergo:northstar:smtp telnet ftp::Moore 442:David Jewell:SGI-Indy:IRIX 129.170.30.38:potato::::312 Moore:Jennifer M. Groh:HP-LASERJET: 129.170.30.39:peach::::312 Moore:Jennifer M. Groh:Intel:NT 129.170.30.40:shadow::::324 Moore:Yale.E.Cohen:Intel:NT 129.170.30.41:hpel-pr::::Moore:Kestutis.Kveraga, 9/99:Epson Stylus Printer: 129.170.30.42:neuroimage-hp-pr::::Moore:Jacobo Annese:HP DeskJet 890CM Printer: 129.170.30.43:jerry::smtp telnet ftp::Moore:Todd C. Handy:Intel:Solaris-i86 129.170.30.44:deepthought::::Moore 234:Stephen P. Ryan:Intel:Debian Linux 129.170.30.45:koura::smtp::Moore 427:Souheil Inati:Mac:Linux 129.170.30.46:commissure.cns::smtp::Moore:James E. Dobson:Sun Ultra-10:Solaris 129.170.30.47:broca.cns::::Moore:James E. Dobson:HP LaserJet: 129.170.30.48:tectum.cns::smtp::Moore:James E. Dobson:Dell Optiplex GX1: 129.170.30.49:fissure.cns::smtp::Moore:James E. Dobson:Sun Ultra-2:Solaris 129.170.30.50:sulcus.cns::::Moore:James E. Dobson:Mac:MacOS 129.170.30.51:coeruleus.cns::::Moore:James E. Dobson:Mac:MacOS 129.170.30.52:caudate.cns::::Moore:James E. Dobson:Mac:MacOS 129.170.30.53:putamen.cns::::Moore:James E. Dobson:Mac:MacOS 129.170.30.54:nigra.cns::::Moore:James E. Dobson:Mac:MacOS 129.170.30.55:pallidum.cns::::Moore:James E. Dobson:Mac:MacOS 129.170.30.56:fornix.cns::::Moore:James E. Dobson:Mac:MacOS 129.170.30.57:pbs-02.grid::::Moore:James E. Dobson:Mac:MacOS 129.170.30.58:pineal.cns::::Moore:James E. Dobson:Mac:MacOS 129.170.30.59:cuneate.cns::::Moore:James E. Dobson:Mac:MacOS 129.170.30.60:wernicke.cns::::Moore:James E. Dobson:Mac:MacOS 129.170.30.61:pons.cns::smtp::Moore:James E. Dobson:SGI:Unix 129.170.30.62:vagus.cns::smtp::Moore:James E. Dobson:Sun:Unix 129.170.30.63:olive.cns::::Moore:James E. Dobson:Printer: 129.170.30.64:raphe.cns::::Moore:James E. Dobson:PC: 129.170.30.65:insula.cns::::Moore:James E. Dobson:PC: 129.170.30.66:psychophysqnx::::Moore 319:Peter Tse:PC:Unix 129.170.30.67:psychophysstim::::Moore 319:Peter Tse:PC:W2K 129.170.30.68:tseoffice::::Moore 350:Peter Tse:Dell:WNT 129.170.30.69:tselaptop::::Moore 319:Peter Tse:PC:WNT 129.170.30.70:cortez::::Moore 319:Peter Tse:HP: 129.170.30.71:dbicscannerpc::::Moore MRI:Peter Tse:IBM:WNT 129.170.30.72:tselinux::::Moore 319:Peter Tse:Dell:Linux 129.170.30.73:stapes::::B22-23 Moore:Yale E. Cohen:Intel:Windows 129.170.30.74:parooa::::B22-23 Moore:Yale E. Cohen:Intel:Windows 129.170.30.75:reelsvr::::206 Moore:Jennifer J. Tickle:Dell:Linux 129.170.30.76:papyrus2::::moore 305:Barbara.T.Mellert:other: 129.170.30.77:gokyo::smtp telnet ftp::Moore:Jeff Woodward:Dell PC:Linux 129.170.30.78:lukla::smtp telnet ftp::Moore:Jeff Woodward:Dell PC:Linux 129.170.30.79:namche::smtp telnet ftp::Moore:Jeff Woodward:Dell PC:Linux 129.170.30.80:phortse::smtp telnet ftp::Moore:Jeff Woodward:Dell PC:Linux 129.170.30.81:mashedpotato::::B28 Moore:Jennifer M. Groh:Epson: 129.170.30.82:fmridcprinter::::Moore:Jeff Woodward, 3/00:Xerox N17: 129.170.30.83:atonal::smtp::309 Moore:Petr Janata, 4/00:Intel:Linux 129.170.30.84:fmridc sinister::smtp::Moore basement:Jeff Woodward:Sun:Solaris 129.170.30.85:dexter::smtp::Moore basement:James E. Dobson, Jeff Woodward:Sun:Solaris 129.170.30.86:nero::smtp ftp::Moore 434:Bjoern Schott, 4/00:Dell:Linux 129.170.30.87:hadrian::smtp ftp::Moore 434:Bjoern Schott, 4/00:Dell:Linux 129.170.30.88:trajan::smtp ftp::Moore 425:Bjoern Schott, 4/00:Dell:Linux 129.170.30.89:robertbozo::::Barbara.T.Mellert 8/04:hp2200dn:printer 129.170.30.90:bharucha-lw::::309 Moore:Petr Janata, 5/00:Laserwriter: 129.170.30.91:shadowfax::ftp::418 Moore:George Wolford:Intel:NT 129.170.30.92:rolando.cns::::430 Moore:James E. Dobson:Intel:WIN98 129.170.30.93:cajal.cns::::430 Moore:James E. Dobson:Intel:Linux 129.170.30.94:loa::::B22-23 Moore:Yale E. Cohen:Intel:Windows 129.170.30.95:purkinje.cns::::434 Moore:Jeffrey S. Grethe:Intel:Linux 129.170.30.96:pbs-04.grid::::434 Moore:James E. Dobson:Intel:Linux 129.170.30.97:mitral.cns::::434 Moore:James E. Dobson:Intel:Linux 129.170.30.98:pbs-03.grid::::434 Moore:James E. Dobson:Intel:Linux 129.170.30.99:pbs-06.grid::::434 Moore:James E. Dobson:Intel:Linux 129.170.30.100:glia.cns::::434 Moore:James E. Dobson:Intel:Linux 129.170.30.101:pbs-05.grid::::434 Moore:James E. Dobson:Intel:Linux 129.170.30.102:gargantubrain::smtp::Moore 234:Stephen P. Ryan:Intel:Debian Linux 129.170.30.103:cedo::smtp::Moore 234:Stephen P. Ryan:Intel:Debian Linux 129.170.30.104:matilda::::408 Moore:George Wolford:Intel:NT 129.170.30.105:nerd::smtp telnet ftp::Moore 327:Graham S. Darcey:Dell:Linux 129.170.30.106:hypophysis.cns::::B75 Moore:James E. Dobson:Intel:WIN98 129.170.30.107:corona::::332 Moore:William Kelley:HP Printer: 129.170.30.108:scn-sr::smtp::Moore 221:Todd Heatherton:Dell:Linux 129.170.30.109:scanmark::::Moore 103:Tina Wilcox:Dell:Win9x 129.170.30.110:guiness.cns::::332 Moore:William Kelley:Dell:Linux 129.170.30.111:dichotic::::324 Moore:Yale.E.Cohen:Intel:NT 129.170.30.112:spectral::::322 Moore:Yale.E.Cohen:HP:printer 129.170.30.113:chernobyl::::103 Moore:Daniel Philp:EPSON:Stylus Color 900 129.170.30.114:wundt::::330 Moore:Kestutis.Kveraga, 12/00:Dell:Linux 129.170.30.115:purkinje::::413 Moore:C.Mark.Wessinger, 1/01:Dell:Linux

  1. 129.170.30.116 is msp0.fmridc.org - Mike Schmitt

129.170.30.117:bacchus::::Moore 405:James E. Dobson, Michael C Schmitt:Sun:Solaris 129.170.30.118:scn-ef::smtp::Moore 406:Todd Heatherton:Dell:Linux 129.170.30.119:scn-p850::smtp::Moore 406:Todd Heatherton:Xerox: 129.170.30.120:fasciculus.cns::::Moore 426:James E. Dobson:HP LaserJet:

  1. 129.170.30.121:melodic::::Moore 311:Petr Janata:Intel:Linux

129.170.30.122:jiri::::Moore:Jeff Woodward:Dell:WNT 129.170.30.123:phakding::::Moore:Jeff Woodward:Dell:Linux 129.170.30.124:khunde::::Moore:Jeff Woodward:Dell:Linux 129.170.30.125:ipecac::::Moore 409:Barbara Mellert - Tina Wilcox:GCC/Elite:printer 129.170.30.126:loa2::::B22 Moore:Yale.E.Cohen:Intel:Unix 129.170.30.127:malleus::::B22 Moore:Yale.E.Cohen:Intel:Unix 129.170.30.128:lipsmack::::moore B21:Yale.E.Cohen:Intel:windows 129.170.30.129:fusiform.cns::smtp telnet ftp::Moore:Todd C. Handy:Intel:Linux 129.170.30.130:medulla.cns::smtp::Moore 425:James E. Dobson, Scott T Grafton:Intel:Linux 129.170.30.131:calcarine.cns::::Moore 418:James E. Dobson:Xerox: 129.170.30.132:whaleback::::Moore 202:Wayne Cripps:Intel:Linux 129.170.30.133:lingual.cns::::Moore 416:James E. Dobson, Todd C. Handy:Dell:Linux 129.170.30.134:pbsxerox8200::::Moore 108:Diana Nelsen - Diana McNamara:Xerox 8200:printer 129.170.30.135:sunblade::::Moore fMRI Lab:Michael C Schmitt:Sun:Solaris 129.170.30.136:hornberg::::Moore 419:Michael C Schmitt:Dell:linux 129.170.30.137:decorative-box::::Moore:Kristin M. Fitzsimmons, 10/01:Intel:Linux 129.170.30.138:cher::::Moore 245:Heather Gordon:HP:Printer

  1. 129.170.30.139 is grid1.fmridc.org. Contact Michael C Schmitt.
  2. 129.170.30.140 is grid2.fmridc.org. Contact Michael C Schmitt.

129.170.30.141:pbsstudent::::Moore 141:Barbara Mellert - Diana McNamara:GCC elite 12/600:printer 129.170.30.142:truffle::::Moore 313:Jennifer Groh:computer:linux 129.170.30.143:dbicafs1::::Moore SB09:James E. Dobson, Michael C Schmitt:Sun:Solaris 129.170.30.144:dbicafs2::::Moore SB09:James E. Dobson, Michael C Schmitt:Sun:Solaris 129.170.30.145:dbicafs3::::Moore SB09:James E. Dobson, Michael C Schmitt:Sun:Solaris 129.170.30.146:pbs-01.grid::::Moore:James Dobson:: 129.170.30.147:bacchus-rsc::::Moore 232:James Dobson:Sun V880:Solaris 129.170.30.148:warble::::Moore B221:Yale Cohen:other:printer

  1. 129.170.30.149: is voxel.fmridc.org::::Moore:James Dobson::
  2. 129.170.30.150: is cortex.fmridc.org::::Moore:James Dobson::

129.170.30.151:moore10-sw::::Moore:Charles Clark:asnte 3524: 129.170.30.152:pbsfaculty::::Moore 262:Barbara Mellert - Yale Cohen:HP 4300TN:printer 129.170.30.153:sonny::::Moore 348:Heather Gordon:HP:printer 129.170.30.154:moore1-ac::::Moore:Keith Cutting:Access controller: 129.170.30.155:moore12-sw::::Moore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.30.156:moore13-sw::::Moore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.30.157:moore14-sw::::Moore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.30.158:moore15-sw::::Moore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.30.159:moore16-sw::::Moore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.30.160:moore17-sw::::Moore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.30.161:moore18-sw::::Moore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.30.162:moore19-sw::::Moore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.30.163:moore20-sw::::Moore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.30.164:moore21-sw::::Moore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.30.165:moore22-sw::::Moore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.30.166:moore23-sw::::Moore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.30.167:moore24-sw::::Moore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.30.168:moore25-sw::::Moore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.30.169:moore26-sw::::Moore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.30.170:debbie::::Moore 124 rm 5:Barbara Mellert - Deborah Edwards:Xerox:printer

  1. 129.170.30.171: is lx50.fmridc.org::::Moore:James Dobson::

129.170.30.172:terminal-150-3::::Moore 419:Michael Schmitt:Sun:Solaris

  1. 129.170.30.173: is terminal-150-1.fmridc.org::::Moore:James Dobson::
  2. 129.170.30.174: is terminal-150-2.fmridc.org::::Moore:James Dobson::

129.170.30.175:annabolic::::Moore 268:Diana Nelsen - Ann Clark:Elite 12/600:printer 129.170.30.176:anndrogen::::Moore B78:Diana Nelsen - Ann Clark:Elite 12/600:printer 129.170.30.177:cogswell-cog::::Moore B89:Diana Nelsen - Jeffrey Taube:Tectronic Phaser 750:printer 129.170.30.178:enchilada::::Moore 423:Zachary Berke:Dell:Linux 129.170.30.179:ccnprinter::::Moore 452:Barbara Mellert - Rebeca Townsend:HP:printer 129.170.30.180:zack::::Moore 445:Barbara Mellert - Rebeca Townsend:other:printer 129.170.30.181:gazzc::::Moore 414:Barbara Mellert - Rebeca Townsend:Xerox:printer 129.170.30.182:moore305::::Moore 305:Barbara Mellert - Ulana Harasymowzcz:Brother 1650HL:printer 129.170.30.183:moore306::::Moore 306:Barbara Mellert - Laura-Ann.Petitto:hp:printer 129.170.30.184:forklift::::Moore 419:Jeffrey Woodward:Dell:Linux 129.170.30.185:pbscopyroom::::Moore 108:Diana Nelsen - Diana McNamara:HP 4300TN:printer 129.170.30.186:girney::::Moore 442:Yale Cohen:other computer:windows 129.170.30.187:fmridc-lab1::::Moore 418:Michael Schmitt:Sun:solaris 129.170.30.188:dbic:mail.fmridc.org.:smtp::Moore sb09:James Dobson:Sun:solaris

  1. 129.170.30.189 is mail.fmridc.org. Contact Michael C Schmitt.

129.170.30.190:gazzbw::::Moore 414:Matt Roser:hp:printer

  1. 129.170.30.191: is mediaform.fmridc.org - Morre Hall 418 - Mike Schmitt

129.170.30.192:tselaptop2::::Moore:Peter Tse:PC:Windows 129.170.30.193:visualmediahp1500::::Moore 206:Diana Nelson:HP:printer 129.170.30.194:ccn::::moore sb09:Mike Shmitt Barbara Mellert:sun:linux 129.170.30.195:pbs650copier::::moore 108:diana mcnamara:other:other 129.170.30.196:tseeyelink2::::moore 320:peter tse:dell:windows 129.170.30.197:tseoptiplex1::::moore 320:peter tse:dell:windows 129.170.30.198:tseoptiplex2::::moore 320:peter tse:dell:windows 129.170.30.199:tseoptiplex3::::moore 320:peter tse:dell:windows 129.170.30.200:bil::::moore 332:william kelly:mac:osx 129.170.30.201:fimbria.cns::::moore sb09:james dobson:sun:solaris 129.170.30.202:taubebw::::moore b91:Barbara.T.Mellert 7/05:hp:printer 129.170.30.203:dbic-mrinbox::::moore sb09:james dobson:Sun:solaris 129.170.30.204:grid::::moore sb09:james dobson:Sun:solaris 129.170.30.205:heathertonoffice::::moore 353:Diana Nelsen:hp:printer 129.170.30.206:data-control::::moore 423:Autumn Agnoli:Dell:Windows 129.170.30.207:pbsbrotherfax::::moore 103:Diana L. McNamara:other:printer 129.170.30.208:big::::moore hall:Abigail Baird:Mac:MacX 129.170.30.209:plum::::moore 315:Jennifer Groh, Abigail Underhill:dell:windows

  1. 129.170.30.210 through 129.170.30.249 are reserved for DHCP.

129.170.30.251:moore11-sw::::Moore MDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550:

  1. 129.170.30.255 and 129.170.31.0 are reserved
  2. 129.170.31.1 through 129.170.31.249 are reserved for DHCP.

129.170.187.1:n-park.fairchild1-crt::::Fairchild Map Room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6506:IOS 129.170.187.2:n-park6-sw::snmp::20 North Park:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.187.3:n-park2-sw::snmp::10 North Park:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.187.4:n-park3-sw::snmp::8 North Park:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.187.5:8-n-park1-ap::::8 North Park:Maria Arista:switch/router:

  1. 129.170.187.6:10-n-park1-ap::::8 North Park:Maria Arista:switch/router:

129.170.187.7:nopark1-ac::::16 North Park:Keith.A.Cutting:Lenel access controller: 129.170.187.8:npark-metasys::::10 North Park:Larry Battis:Johnson Controls HVAC controller: 129.170.187.9:zb-donin-wet11-1::::5 North Park - Bob Donin house:Zach Berke:: 129.170.187.10:zb-donin-wap11-2::::5 North Park - Bob Donin house:Zach Berke:: 129.170.187.11:n-park4-sw::snmp::9 Ivy Lane:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.187.12:n-park5-sw::snmp::10 Ivy Lane:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550:

  1. 129.170.187.13:9-n-park1-ap::::9 North Park:Maria Arista:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.187.14:7-n-park1-ap::::7 North Park:Maria Arista:Cisco 350:

129.170.187.15:n-park7-sw::snmp::12 North Park:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.187.16:n-park8-sw::snmp::14 North Park:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.187.17:n-park9-sw::snmp::16 North Park:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.187.18:n-park10-sw::snmp::22 North Park:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.187.19:n-park11-sw::snmp::24 North Park:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.187.20:12-n-park1-ap::snmp::North Park:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.187.21:14-n-park1-ap::snmp::North Park:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.187.22:16-n-park1-ap::snmp::North Park:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.187.23:18-n-park1-ap::snmp::North Park:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.187.24:20-n-park1-ap::snmp::North Park:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.187.25:22-n-park1-ap::snmp::North Park:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.187.26:n-park1-sw::snmp::18 North Park:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.187.27:24-n-park1-ap::snmp::North Park:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

  1. 129.170.187.64 through 129.170.187.249 are reserved for DHCP.
  2. End of North Park.

129.170.140.129:2-n-park.switchroom1-crt::::Telephone Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:

  1. 129.170.140.131:2-n-park1-ap::telnet snmp::1 Fl N:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.140.132:2-n-park2-ap::telnet snmp::3 Fl S:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.140.135 thru 158 are DHCP.

129.170.140.161:4-n-park.switchroom1-crt::::Telephone Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:

  1. 129.170.140.163:4-n-park1-ap::telnet snmp::Basement S:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.140.164:4-n-park2-ap::telnet snmp::Basement N:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.140.170 thru 190 are DHCP.

129.170.113.1:mckenzie.switchroom1-crt::::Telephone Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.113.5:mckenzie1-ap::telnet snmp::Termination Point:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.113.6:mckenzie2-ap::telnet snmp::outside 107:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.113.7:mckenzie3-ap::telnet snmp::Rm 209:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.113.8:mckenzie4-ap::telnet snmp::Rm 202:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.113.9:mckenzie5-ap::telnet snmp::Heat Plant:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.113.10:heatpc1::::Heat Plant:Marc Vallieres:IBM-PC:DOS 129.170.113.11:heatpc2::::Heat Plant:Marc Vallieres:IBM-PC:DOS 129.170.113.12:heatpc3::::Heat Plant:Marc Vallieres:IBM-PC:DOS 129.170.113.13:heatpc4::::Heat Plant:Marc Vallieres:IBM-PC:DOS 129.170.113.14:larryb::::McKenzie:Keith Cutting:PC:DOS 129.170.113.15:kac::::McKenzie:Keith Cutting:PC:DOS 129.170.113.16:fomstockroom::::fomstockroom in the yard:Scott.A.Durkee:apple:laser16/600 129.170.113.17:fom-meter::::McKenzie upstairs:Lorie Warner:electricity monitor meter: 129.170.113.18:fom-lexus::::McKenzie main office:Lorie Warner:HP:printer 129.170.113.19:mckenzie2-sw::::McKenzie:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.113.20:mckenzie3-sw::::McKenzie:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.113.21:mckenzie4-sw::::McKenzie:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.113.22:mckenzie5-sw::::McKenzie:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.113.23:hp-work-control::::McKenzie:Lorie Warner:HP:printer 129.170.113.24:fomem::::McKenzie:Lorie Warner:HP:printer 129.170.113.25:cec2::::McKenzie:Keith Cutting:Electronic Access control system - Dell:Windows 129.170.113.26:cecscheduling::::McKenzie:Keith Cutting:Electronic Access control HVAC - Dell:Windows 129.170.113.27:powerplant1-ac::::McKenzie power plant tunnel:Keith Cutting:access controller: 129.170.113.28:mckenzie1-ac::::McKenzie 206:Keith Cutting:Access Control Processor: 129.170.113.29:fom-plotter::::McKenzie:Bonnie Hafer:HP plotter: 129.170.113.30:fom-cad::::McKenzie:Bonnie Hafer:HP 8550: 129.170.113.31:fom-ee::::McKenzie:Bonnie Hafer:HP Printer: 129.170.113.32:fom-hp6m1::::McKenzie:Bonnie Hafer:HP6M:Jet Direct 129.170.113.33:fom-hp6m2::::McKenzie:Bonnie Hafer:HP6M:Jet Direct 129.170.113.34:fom-hp6m3::::McKenzie:Bonnie Hafer:HP6M:Jet Direct 129.170.113.35:fom-hp6m4::::McKenzie:Bonnie Hafer:HP6M:Jet Direct 129.170.113.36:fom-hp6m5::::McKenzie:Bonnie Hafer:HP6M:Jet Direct 129.170.113.37:fom-hp6m6::::McKenzie:Bonnie Hafer:HP6M:Jet Direct 129.170.113.38:fom-hp6m7::::McKenzie:Bonnie Hafer:HP6M:Jet Direct 129.170.113.39:fom-hp6m10::::McKenzie:Bonnie Hafer:HP6M:Jet Direct 129.170.113.40:engineering-prt::::McKenzie:Bonnie Hafer:HP Printer: 129.170.113.41:mainoffice-prt::::McKenzie:Bonnie Hafer:HP Printer: 129.170.113.42:workcontrol-prt::::McKenzie:Bonnie Hafer:HP Printer: 129.170.113.43:fom-tek::::McKenzie:Bonnie Hafer:Tektronix: 129.170.113.44:mckenzie-axis::::McKenzie:Bonnie Hafer:Axis scanner: 129.170.113.45:ows-1::::CEC Office, McKenzie:Keith Cutting:Dell:Windows 129.170.113.46:fom-ricoh::::McKenzie Work Control:Bonnie Hafer:Ricoh Aficio: 129.170.113.47:arcnet-metasys::::McKenzie, CEC Office:Larry Battis:Metasys: 129.170.113.48:fom-beamer::::Lori Warner:McKenzie Power Plant:HP:Printer 129.170.113.49:ebi-engineering engineering-ebi::::McKenzie:Keith Cutting:Dell:Windows 129.170.113.50:fom-im4510::::McKenzie Work Control:Bonnie Hafer:imagistics:printer 129.170.113.51:fom-hp::::Lori Warner 8/05:McKenzie main office:hp:printer

  1. 129.170.113.60 to 230 are allocated to DHCP.

129.170.113.231:fom-steam::::heating plant:Lori Warner:HP:printer 129.170.113.232:fomwarehouse::::McKenzie outside Carpenter Shop:Wendy.J.Flanders 12/04:apple:laser16/600 129.170.103.1:mcnutt.berry1-crt::ssh::Berry machine room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.103.2:mcnutt2-sw::::McNutt:Chazz:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.103.3:mcnutt3-sw::::McNutt:Chazz:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.103.5:mcnutt4-sw::::McNutt:Chazz:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.103.6:mcnutt1-sw::::McNutt:Chazz:Cisco 3550-48:

  1. 129.170.103.7:mcnutt1-ap::telnet snmp::McNutt basement:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.103.8:mcnutt2-ap::telnet snmp::McNutt Attic East:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.103.9:mcnutt3-ap::telnet snmp::McNutt Attic West:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.103.10:mcnutt5-sw::::McNutt:Chazz:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.103.11:loans::::McNutt:Sally Carlton:PC:DOS 129.170.103.12:welcometo::::McNutt:Henry.R.Broaddus:Mac:biap chat pro 129.170.103.13:chatat::::McNutt:Henry.R.Broaddus:Mac:biap chat pro 129.170.103.14:speakto::::McNutt:Henry.R.Broaddus:Mac:biap chat pro 129.170.103.15:cometo::::McNutt:Henry.R.Broaddus:Mac:biap chat pro 129.170.103.16:adm3rdflr::::McNutt 3rd Fl:Janet Kennedy:Imagistics Digital im4510:copier 129.170.103.17:admissionskmf::::McNutt:Janet Kennedy:Xerox: 129.170.103.18:finaid-server::::McNutt:Carol Thomas:Intel:Windows 129.170.103.19:mcnuttadmepsoncolor::::McNutt 208:Mary Wetherbee:Epson color 850: 129.170.103.20:mcnutt6-sw::::McNutt:Chazz:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.103.21:reg-color::::McNutt 105:leroy graham:Xerox:printer 129.170.103.22:admissionssouth::::McNutt:Janet Kennedy:HP:printer 129.170.103.23:admissionsgeorge::::McNutt:Janet Kennedy:HP:printer 129.170.103.24:registrar-im3510::::4 McNutt: LeRoy P. Graham:Imagistics copier:printer 129.170.103.25:admissionseli::::McNutt:Janet Kennedy:HP:printer 129.170.103.26:finaidhp1::::McNutt 2nd fl fin aid office:Janet Kennedy:HP:printer 129.170.103.27:finaidhp2::::McNutt 2nd fl fin aid office:Janet Kennedy:HP:printer 129.170.103.28:finaidhp3::::McNutt 2nd fl fin aid office:Janet Kennedy:HP:printer 129.170.103.29:reg-lw::::4 McNutt: LeRoy P. Graham:HP:printer 129.170.103.30:adm2ndflr::::mcnutt 211:Janet Kennedy:imagistics:printercopier 129.170.103.31:idecolorprinter::::mcnutt:james kohn:other:printer

129.170.103.33:mcnuttsfshp4200::::mcnutt 101:Demetra Small:hp:printer 129.170.103.34:mcnuttsfs103gcc::::mcnutt 103:Demetra Small:other:printer 129.170.103.35:finaidcopier::::McNutt 2nd floor - 6024:Wynona J. Heim:other"printer 129.170.103.36:admwest::::McNutt:Janet Kennedy:HP 4200:printer 129.170.103.37:reg-bounty::::McNutt 104:LeRoy Graham:Xerox 4400N Laser:Printer 129.170.103.38:admbarn::::Mcnutt 310:Janet Kennedy:HP 4200 dtn:Printer 129.170.103.39:finaiddir::::Mcnutt 209:Janet.L.Kennedy Virginia Hazen 8/04:hp:printer 129.170.103.40:finaidhpend::::Marlette Room:wynona.j.heim 9/04:hp:printer 129.170.103.41:reg-addison::::Mcnutt 104:leroy.p.graham 9/04:hp:printer 129.170.103.42:admbasement::::Mcnutt rm 2:Janet.L.Kennedy 12/04:imagistics:copier 129.170.103.43:mcfly::::Mcnutt rm 5c:heather.j.varney 2/05:xerox:printer 129.170.103.44:reg-essex::::mcnutt 105:leroy.p.graham 8/05:hp:printer

129.170.103.46:fredfms::::mcnutt 313:janet.L.Kennedy 6/05:dell:windows

  1. 129.170.103.100 to 249 are allocated to DHCP.

129.170.62.1:murd-class.murdough1-crt::::Murdough Core:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6506: 129.170.62.2:murd-class1-sw::::Murdough Core:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550:

  1. 129.170.62.3:murd-class1-ap::telnet snmp::Murdough:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.62.4:murd-class2-ap::telnet snmp::Murdough:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.62.5:murd-class3-ap::telnet snmp::Murdough:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.62.6:murd-class2-sw::::Murdough Core:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.62.7:murd-class3-sw::::Murdough Core:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.62.8:murd-class4-sw::::Murdough Core:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.62.9:murd-class5-sw::::Murdough Core:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550:

129.170.62.11:murd-class6-sw::::Murdough Core:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.62.12:murdough1-aps::telnet::Hinman:Dave Kotz, 01/03:Intel:linux 129.170.62.13:murdough2-aps::telnet::murdough core:Dave Kotz, 05/04:Intel:linux 129.170.62.20:barclay-av::::murdough barclay classroom:stanley pyc:Crestron:avcontroller 129.170.62.21:tav-ankeny::::murdough ankeny classroom:Lawrence.H.Hudson.iii 6/05:Crestron:avcontroller 129.170.62.22:tav-shapiro::::murdough shapiro classroom:Lawrence.H.Hudson.iii 6/05:Crestron:avcontroller

  1. 129.170.62.50 through 249 are DHCP.
  2. 129.170.63.10 through 249 are DHCP.

129.170.38.1:murdough.murdough1-crt::::Murdough Core:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6506: 129.170.38.2:murdough2-sw::::Murdough BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.38.3:murdough6-sw::::Murdough BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.38.4:murdough5-sw::::Murdough BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.38.5:murdough7-sw::::Murdough BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.38.6:murdough4-sw::::Murdough BDF:Chazz:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.38.7:murdough8-sw::::Murdough BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.38.8:murdough9-sw::::Murdough BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.38.9:murdough10-sw::::Murdough BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.38.10:feldberg-dtw::::Murdough:Fran Oscadal:Pentium:WIN95 129.170.38.11:mbdt::::Murdough 315:Mark Boughter:hp:D530 129.170.38.12:tucknt0::::Murdough:Mark Boughter:Pentium:WINNT 129.170.38.13:tucknt_print::::Murdough:Mark Boughter:Pentium:NT 129.170.38.14:tuck-backup::::Murdough:Mark Boughter and Geoff Bronner:Mac:System 9 129.170.38.15:fbf1rs01::::Feldberg library 1st floor:jonathan.w.hall:greenprintstation:windows 129.170.38.16:tucknt-ops::::Murdough 316:Mark Boughter, 04/05:HP Proliant:Windows 129.170.38.17:tuck2006::::Murdough 316:Mark Boughter, 04/05:HP Proliant:Windows 129.170.38.18:tuck2007::::Murdough 316:Mark Boughter, 04/05:HP Proliant:Windows

  1. (Was DHCP)

129.170.38.20:creative-c::::murd, Creative Services, 2nd floor:Mark.Farrell 5/05:hp:printer 129.170.38.21:tuck-01.grid::::tuck machine room:james dobson:: 129.170.38.22:tuck-02.grid::::tuck machine room:james dobson:: 129.170.38.23:tuck-03.grid::::tuck machine room:james dobson:: 129.170.38.24:tuck-04.grid::::tuck machine room:james dobson:: 129.170.38.25:tuck-05.grid::::tuck machine room:james dobson:: 129.170.38.26:tuck-06.grid::::tuck machine room:james dobson:: 129.170.38.27:murdough-316c-pr::::Murdough 316:J. Mark Boughter:HP:printer 129.170.38.28:tuck-av::::Murdough - Stoneman Classroom:Stan Pyc:Crestron A/V e-control:

  1. 129.170.38.29 someone is using it illegally, asked bronner to find it 10/29/03

129.170.38.30:jerry-f::::Feldberg:Mark Boughter:HP:WNT 129.170.38.31:murdough305-pr::::Murdough:Mark Boughter:LaserWriter 16/600: 129.170.38.33:wlaba-pr::::Murdough:Mark Boughter:LaserJet 4000: 129.170.38.34:www-tuck::www::Murdough:Geoff Bronner:MAC:MacOS 129.170.38.35:feldberg-imagistics::::Murdough-Feldberg:Lisa M Maxfield:IBM PC:Windows 129.170.38.36:gsrediplus::::Murdough 3rd Fl:Stanley Pyc:other: 129.170.38.37:murdough-300-pr::::murdough 300:Tuck Computing Mark Farrel:HP:printer 129.170.38.38:murdough26-sw::::Murdough IDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.38.39:selfchk-feld::::murdough 101:lisa maxfield:intel:w2k 129.170.38.40:ankeny-av::::ankeny:Geoff Bronner:Crestron: 129.170.38.41:tuck-x3::::murdough 314:Geoff Bronner:Xserve G5:osx 129.170.38.42:tuck-x2::::murdough 314:Geoff Bronner:Xserve G5:osx 129.170.38.43:signpost::::murdough 316:Mark Boughter 1/05:dell:windows 129.170.38.44:tuck-x1::::murdough 316:Geoff Bronner:MAC:MacOSX 129.170.38.45:tucknt2 tuck-forums::www::Murdough:Mark Boughter:Pentium:NT 129.170.38.46:tucknt3::::Murdough:Mark Boughter:Pentium:WINNT 129.170.38.47:tucknt1::::Murdough:Mark Boughter:Pentium:NT 129.170.38.49:tucknt6::www::Murdough:Mark Boughter:Pentium:NT 129.170.38.50:cerebus::::Murdough:Geoff Bronner:MAC:MacOS 129.170.38.51:tucknt4::::Murdough:Mark Boughter:Pentium:WINNT 129.170.38.52:tucknt0a::::Murdough:Mark Boughter:HP:NT 129.170.38.53:tuckexeced-a::::murdough 2nd floor:Mark.Boughter 3/05:hp:printer 129.170.38.54:bloomberg-apiproxy1::::Murdough:Geoff Bronner:PC: 129.170.38.55:bloomberg-apiproxy2::::Murdough:Geoff Bronner:PC: 129.170.38.56:career-pr::::Murdough:Geoff Bronner:LaserWriter 16/600: 129.170.38.57:tuck-now::www::Murdough:Geoff Bronner:MAC:MacOS 129.170.38.58:valhalla::::Murdough:Mark Boughter:MAC:MacOS 129.170.38.59:tucknt5::::Murdough 316:Mark Boughter:hp:proliant 129.170.38.60:tucknt5x::::Murdough:Mark Boughter:Pentium:NT 129.170.38.61:tucknt8::::Murdough:Mark Boughter:Pentium:NT 129.170.38.62:tucknt7::::Murdough:Mark Boughter:Mac:MacOS 129.170.38.63:murdough11-sw::::Murdough IDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.38.64:murdough12-sw::::Murdough IDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.38.65:murdough13-sw::::Murdough IDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.38.66:murdough14-sw::::Murdough IDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.38.67:murdough15-sw::::Murdough IDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.38.68:murdough16-sw::::Murdough IDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.38.69:yen:northstar:smtp telnet ftp::Feldberg:Richard Brittain:SGI-Indy:IRIX 129.170.38.70:tuck-x4::::murdough 316:Geoffrey.V.Bronner 5/05:xserve g5:osx 129.170.38.71:tuck-x5 tuck::::murdough 316:Geoffrey.V.Bronner 5/05:xserve g5:osx

  1. 129.170.38.75 thru 129.170.38.254 are assigned to DHCP.
  2. 129.170.38.255 ***END OF 38***

129.170.39.2:murdough1-sw::::Murdough BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.39.3:murdough24-sw::::Murdough IDF 3rd fl:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.39.4:murdough3-sw::::Murdough BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.39.5:murdough17-sw::::Murdough IDF 3rd fl:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.39.6:murdough18-sw::::Murdough IDF 3rd fl:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.39.7:murdough19-sw::::Murdough IDF 3rd fl:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.39.8:murdough20-sw::::Murdough IDF 3rd fl:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.39.9:murdough21-sw::::Murdough BDF 3rd fl:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.39.10:bos-career-lib-pr::::Murdough:Genevieve R. Saur:HP: 129.170.39.11:wlabc-pr::::Murdough:Mark Boughter:LaserJet 4000: 129.170.39.12:murdough22-sw::::Murdough IDF 3rd fl:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.39.13:feldberg2-pr::::Murdough:Mark Boughter:LaserJet 4000: 129.170.39.14:bosworthl1-pr::::Murdough:Mark Boughter:LaserJet 4000: 129.170.39.15:bosworthl2-pr::::Murdough:Mark Boughter:LaserJet 4000: 129.170.39.16:feldberg1-pr::::Murdough:Mark Boughter:LaserJet 4000: 129.170.39.17:murdough316-pr::::Murdough:Mark Boughter:HP 4000/PS: 129.170.39.18:wlabb-pr::::Murdough:Mark Boughter:LaserJet 4000: 129.170.39.19:tucknt0b::::Murdough 316:Bian Dellinger - J. Mark Boughter:HP:windows 129.170.39.20:feldberg-dtw-pr::::Murdough:Mark Boughter:HP 4000/PS: 129.170.39.21:fbf1pr01::::Feldberg Library floor 1:Jonathon Hall:Printer: 129.170.39.22:tuck-temp::::316 Murdough:Mark Boughter:Quantum:WNT 129.170.39.23:tucknt9::::316 Murdough:Mark Boughter:HP:WNT 129.170.39.24:feldberg-dtw2::::Murdough:Mark Boughter:HP:

  1. 129.170.39.25 to 149 are reserved for DHCP
  2. 129.170.39.150 to 159 are reserved for Tuck's VLAN
  3. 129.170.39.160 to 200 are reserved for DHCP

129.170.39.201:tuckexeced-d::::murdough 2nd floor:Mark.Boughter 3/05:hp:printer 129.170.39.202:tuckexeced-b::::murdough 2nd floor:Mark.Boughter 3/05:hp:printer 129.170.39.203:tuckcresvc-a::::murdough 2nd floor:Mark.Boughter 3/05:hp:printer 129.170.39.204:tuckcresvc-b::::murdough 2nd floor:Mark.Boughter 3/05:hp:printer 129.170.39.205:tuckexeced-c::::murdough 2nd floor:Mark.Boughter 3/05:hp:printer 129.170.39.206:murdough25-sw::::Murdough IDF 3rd fl:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.39.207:tucknt-fm::::Murdough 316:Bian Dellinger - J. Mark Boughter:HP:windows 129.170.39.208:murdough23-sw::::Murdough IDF 3rd fl:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.39.209:diskless::::murdough:J.Mark.Boughter 2/05:diskless controller:other 129.170.39.210:murdough326-pr::::Murdough 326:Mark Boughter:hp:printer 129.170.39.211:kolab::::Murdough Core:jeffery.d.goddard:HP:Linux 129.170.39.212:feldberg-106-pr::::Murdough 106:Mark Boughter:HP 4000/PS: 129.170.39.213:tucknt-fm7::::Murdough 316:Mark Boughter 04/05:HP Proliant:Windows 129.170.39.214:murdough327-pr::::Murdough 327:Mark Boughter:HP: 129.170.39.215:murdough1-ac::::Murdough:Keith.A.Cutting:Lenel access controller: 129.170.39.216:tuck-bberg::ftp::Murdough 316:Mark Boughter:PC:Windows 129.170.39.217:tuckad1::::Murdough 316:Mark Boughter:Pentium:NT 129.170.39.218:murdough27-sw::::Murdough 3rd fl IDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.39.219:tuck-ops::www::316 Murdough:Geoff Bronner:MAC:MacOS 129.170.39.220:tuck-res::::Murdough 316:Mark Boughter:SNAP:Unix

  1. 129.170.39.221 to 254 are reserved for DHCP

129.170.196.1:murdough-wireless.murdough1-crt::::Murdough Core:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6506: 129.170.196.2:aruba-murdough1-vlan196::::Murdough:David Bourque:Aruba 5000: 129.170.196.3:aruba-cummings-vlan196::::Cummings closet A BDF:David Bourque:Aruba 5000: 129.170.196.4:aruba-murdough2-vlan196::::Murdough:David Bourque:Aruba 5000:

  1. 129.170.196.13:channing-cox1-ap::telnet snmp::206 Kit Closet:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.196.14:channing-cox2-ap::telnet snmp::205 Kit Closet:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.196.15:channing-cox3-ap::telnet snmp::204 Kit Closet:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.196.16:channing-cox4-ap::telnet snmp::203 Kit Closet:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  5. 129.170.196.17:channing-cox5-ap::telnet snmp::202 Kit Closet:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  6. 129.170.196.18:channing-cox6-ap::telnet snmp::201 Kit Closet:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  7. 129.170.196.19:french1-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl TB EW:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  8. 129.170.196.20:french2-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl TB NW:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  9. 129.170.196.21:french3-ap::telnet snmp::4th fl TB EW:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  10. 129.170.196.22:french4-ap::telnet snmp::4th fl TB NW:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  11. 129.170.196.23:hinman1-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl TB EW:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  12. 129.170.196.24:hinman2-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl TB NW:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  13. 129.170.196.25:hinman3-ap::telnet snmp::4th fl TB EW:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  14. 129.170.196.26:hinman4-ap::telnet snmp::4th fl TB NW:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.196.27:maxwell1-ap::telnet snmp::206 Kit Closet:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.196.28:maxwell2-ap::telnet snmp::205 Kit Closet:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.196.29:maxwell3-ap::telnet snmp::204 Kit Closet:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.196.30:maxwell4-ap::telnet snmp::203 Kit Closet:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.196.31:maxwell5-ap::telnet snmp::202 Kit Closet:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.196.32:maxwell6-ap::telnet snmp::201 Kit Closet:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.196.48:irlp::telnet snmp::thayer ham office:brad noblet:: 129.170.196.49:thayer900-rt::::thayer ham radio room:David Bourque:Linksys Router for Wavecomm 900Mhz:

  1. 129.170.196.50 thru 254 and 129.170.197.2 thru 254 are DHCP.
  2. Low numbers in the 129.170.9.0 range are generally host addresses, ie /32's, for network devices.

129.170.9.1:berry1-crt::::Berry machine room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS 129.170.9.2:ropeferry1-crt::::One Rope Ferry Rd:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6506:IOS 129.170.9.3:remsen1-crt::::Remsen 8th Floor BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6506:IOS 129.170.9.4:fairchild1-crt::::Fairchild Map Room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6506:IOS 129.170.9.5:switchroom1-crt::::Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS 129.170.9.6:murdough1-crt::::Murdough core:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6506:IOS 129.170.9.7:berry2-crt::::Berry machine room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS 129.170.9.8:centerra35-1-rt::::35 Centerra Park Drive:Charlie Clark:Cisco 2621:

  1. 129.170.9.32/28 is for backup servers in the Berry machine room and at RopeFerry.

129.170.9.33:backup.berry1-crt::ssh::Berry:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.9.34:solvay::::Berry:Donel D'Cruze:Sun 220:SOLARIS 129.170.9.35:clove::::Rope Ferry:Brent Rohloff:Sun: 129.170.9.36:montreal::::berry machine room:Brent Rohloff:dell:windows 129.170.9.37:magog::::berry machine room:Brent Rohloff:dell:windows 129.170.9.38:barton::::berry machine room:Brent Rohloff 7/05:dell:windows 129.170.9.39:dorval::::berry machine room:Brent Rohloff 7/05:dell:windows 129.170.9.40:drummond::::berry machine room:Brent Rohloff 7/05:dell:windows

  1. 129.170.9.64/29 is between the Evergreen router and the BioEpi PIX firewall.

129.170.9.65:e0-0.evergreen1-rt::telnet::Evergreen Level 3:Charlie Clark:CISCO: 129.170.9.66:outside.bioepi1-fw bioepi1-fw::::Evergreen:Charlie Clark or John Gilman:Cisco PIX 506E:IOS

  1. 129.170.9.72/29 is behind the DFR PIX firewall.
  2. 129.170.9.80/29 is behind the Pinnacle PIX firewall in Clement.
  3. 129.170.9.88/29 is the subnet for the hand-off to Thayer School.

129.170.9.89:cummings-handoff.murdough1-crt::::Murdough Core:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6506: 129.170.9.90:brimstone.cummings-handoff::::Cummings:Dj Merrill:Intel:Linux 129.170.9.91:fire.cummings-handoff::::Cummings:Dj Merrill:Intel:Linux 129.170.9.92:ice.cummings-handoff::::Cummings:Dj Merrill:Intel:Linux 129.170.9.93:sw1.cummings-handoff::::Cummings:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-12:

  1. 129.170.9.96/29 connects the Admin firewall to the berry1-crt router.

129.170.9.97:admin-fw.berry1-crt::ssh::Berry:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.9.98:sphincter outside.sphincter::::Berry:Charlie Clark:Cisco 525:IOS 129.170.9.100:sphincter-secondary outside.sphincter-secondary::::Berry:Charlie Clark:Cisco 525:IOS

  1. 129.170.9.103 End of adm-fw subnet.
  2. 129.170.9.120 Start of f5-temp subnet.

129.170.9.121:berry-f5::::Berry:Paul Schmidt:berry1-crt:IOS 129.170.9.122:f5unit2-1::::Berry:Paul Schmidt:F5:Linux

  1. 129.170.9.128 End of f5-temp subnet.

129.170.9.149:concord1-rt::::Concord PRC:Charlie Clark:Cisco 1601R: 129.170.9.154:gerry-pki-rt::::Gerry 4th Floor:Punch Taylor:Cisco 2600: 129.170.9.155:whipple1-rt::::Whipple Place:Charlie Clark:Cisco 1601:IOS 129.170.9.156:skiway1-rt::::Dartmouth Skiway:Charlie Clark:Cisco 1601:IOS 129.170.9.157:border1-rt ropeferry2-rt::::1 Rope Ferry:Charlie Clark:Cisco 7507: 129.170.9.158:upne-centerra1-rt::::Centerra Park:Charlie Clark:Cisco 1600: 129.170.9.161:hillcrest1-rt::telnet::Hillcrest:Charlie Clark:CISCO: 129.170.9.164:upne-leb1-rt::::One Court St, Lebanon:Charlie Clark:Cisco 1600: 129.170.9.169:evergreen1-rt::telnet::Evergreen Level 3:Charlie Clark:CISCO 2611: 129.170.9.173:lyme-road1-rt::::45 Lyme Road:Charlie Clark:Cisco 2501: 129.170.9.212:switchroom2-rt::telnet::Switchroom:Charlie Clark:CISCO 3640:

  1. 129.170.9.216 thru 129.170.9.223 was the /29 for bunsen's subnet
  2. 129.170.9.224/30 is the link between the border router and DHMC.

129.170.9.225:dhmc.border1-rt::::1 Rope Ferry:Charlie Clark:Cisco 7507: 129.170.9.226:dhmc-lebfw1-rt::::Lebanon:Rob Drye:Bay BCN:

  1. 129.170.9.228/30 is the link between switchroom1-crt and the Mellon router.

129.170.9.229:mellon.switchroom1-crt::::Telephone Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.9.230:mellon-rt::telnet::Switchroom:carter.pa@mellon.com:Cisco:

  1. 129.170.9.232/30 is the link between switchroom1-crt and the Bloomberg router.

129.170.9.233:bloomberg.switchroom1-crt::::Telephone Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.9.234:bloomberg-rt::telnet::Switchroom:Bloomberg, 212-318-2100:Nortel:

  1. 129.170.9.240/28 thru 255 is reserved for Akamai servers. See also dartmouth.rev.head.

129.170.9.241:akamai.border1-rt::::1 Rope Ferry:Charlie Clark:Cisco 7507: 129.170.9.242:akamai1::::1 Rope Ferry:Charlie Clark:Intel: 129.170.9.243:akamai2::::1 Rope Ferry:Charlie Clark:Intel: 129.170.9.244:akamai3::::1 Rope Ferry:Charlie Clark:Intel:

  1. The -dup addresses are second IP addresses that each server allocates to itself.

129.170.9.246:akamai1-dup::::1 Rope Ferry:Charlie Clark:Intel: 129.170.9.247:akamai2-dup::::1 Rope Ferry:Charlie Clark:Intel: 129.170.9.248:akamai3-dup::::1 Rope Ferry:Charlie Clark:Intel:

  1. End of Akamai subnet.
  2. End of Network Management subnet.

129.170.108.1:newhamp.switchroom1-crt::::Telephone Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.108.4:newhamp1-ac::::New Hampshire:Keith.A.Cutting:Lenel access controller:

  1. 129.170.108.6:new-hamp1-ap::telnet snmp::3rd fl hall E:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.108.7:new-hamp2-ap::telnet snmp::3rd fl hall W:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.108.8:new-hamp3-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl hall E:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.108.9:new-hamp4-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl hall W:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.108.10:newhamp2-sw::::NewHamp:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.108.11:newhamp3-sw::::NewHamp:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.108.12:newhamp4-sw::::NewHamp:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.108.13:newhamp5-sw::::NewHamp:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.108.15:mej::::309 New Hamp:Molly James, 1/01:Intel:W9x 129.170.108.17:kaiwong::::312 New Hamp:Kai Wong, 1/02:Mac:MacOS

  1. 129.170.108.50 through 129.170.108.249 are reserved for DHCP.

129.170.146.1:north.berry1-crt::::Berry:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS

  1. 129.170.146.3:north1-sw north-sw::::North:Charlie Clark:BAY-350:
  2. 129.170.146.4:north1-ap::telnet snmp::Basement:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.146.5:shabazz1-ap::telnet snmp::Basement:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.146.6:shabazz2-ap::telnet snmp::3rd fl closet:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  5. 129.170.146.7:shabazz3-ap::telnet snmp::Apartment office:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.146.8:north1-ac::::North:Keith.A.Cutting:Lenel access controller: 129.170.146.9:north2-sw::::North:Charlie Clark:BAY-3550-48: 129.170.146.10:cutter1-sw::::Cutter:Charlie Clark:BAY-3550-48: 129.170.146.20:yoko::::North 106:david henson smith, 1/02:Alpha:Windows 129.170.146.21:dynz::::North 107:Theodore Root Smith Jr, 1/02:Intel:W9x 129.170.252.65:nugget.switchroom1-crt::::Telephone Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.252.66:nugget1-sw::::Nugget Offices:Charlie Clark:ASANTE-1012: 129.170.252.67:businessaffairs-copier::::Nugget Offices:Henrietta Powers:Pitney-Bowes DF200: 129.170.252.68:rmgmtbw::::Nugget 212:Stephen Johnson - Barbara Birdsey:HP:printer 129.170.252.69:rmgmtcolor::::Nugget 212:Stephen Johnson - Barbara Birdsey:Xerox:printer 129.170.252.70:rmgmt-prnt-srvr::::Nugget 212:Barbara Birdsey:other:other 129.170.252.71:rmscanner::::Nugget 211:Barbara Birdsey:Imagistics:printer 129.170.252.72:eap-hp-laserjet2300dn::::nugget 202:James.D.Platt:hp:printer

  1. 129.170.252.73 through 129.170.252.94 are reserved for DHCP.

129.170.169.1:occom-ridge.berry1-crt::ssh::Berry machine room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.169.4:roth1-sw:Roth::::Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.169.5:roth1-ap:Main Fl Entrance:telnet snmp:::Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.169.6:roth2-ap:Room 109:telnet snmp:::Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.169.7:roth3-ap:Near Room 013:telnet snmp:::Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.169.8:rothcenter1-ac::::Roth Center:John J Biele:Access controller:

  1. 129.170.169.10:aquinas1-ap::telnet snmp::Basement term. point:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.169.11:aquinas1-sw::::Aquinas House:Charlie Clark:Cisco 355024:

  1. 129.170.169.12:aquinas2-ap::telnet snmp::Aquinas House:bryan taber:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.169.128 thru 249 are reserved for DHCP.

129.170.168.1:panarchy.switchroom1-crt::::Telephone Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.168.2:panarchy1-sw::::9 School St - Phi Sigma Psi:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.168.10:dan::::Phi Sigma Psi, 9 School St:Dan Olson:IBM PC:Windows 129.170.168.11:panarchy::::Phi Sigma Psi, 9 School St:Dan Olson, 9/03:Printer: 129.170.168.12:panarchy1-pr::::9 School St:Jeff Hawkins, 04/05:HP Printer:

  1. 129.170.168.32 to 129.170.168.62 are dhcp.

129.170.166.1:pandw.switchroom1-crt::::Telephone Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.166.2:pandw1-sw::::Park & Wheelock - 3 park st apt A basemet:Charlie Clark:Lantronix: 129.170.166.3:pandw2-sw::::Park & Wheelock - 3 valley st door around back:Charlie Clark:Lantronix: 129.170.166.4:pandw3-sw::::Park & Wheelock - 8 south balch basement:Charlie Clark:Lantronix: 129.170.166.11:22e-wheelock1-ap::telnet snmp::Park & Wheelock cluster:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

  1. 129.170.166.12:3park2-ap::telnet snmp::Park & Wheelock cluster:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.166.13:2s-balch8-ap::telnet snmp::Park & Wheelock cluster:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.166.14:4s-balch7-ap::telnet snmp::Park & Wheelock cluster:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.166.15:6s-balch6-ap::telnet snmp::Park & Wheelock cluster:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

  1. 129.170.166.16:8s-balch5-ap::telnet snmp::Park & Wheelock cluster:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.166.17:2valley3-ap::telnet snmp::Park & Wheelock cluster:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.166.18:5valley1-ap::telnet snmp::5 Valley Rd BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.166.19:balchvalley1-wgb::telnet snmp::Park & Wheelock cluster:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

  1. 129.170.166.20 through 129.170.166.126 are reserved for DHCP.

129.170.148.1:parker.ropeferry1-crt::::One Rope Ferry Rd:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS

  1. 129.170.148.3:parker1-ap::telnet snmp::Parker House:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.148.4:white-church1-ap::telnet snmp::2nd Fl, W:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.148.5:white-church2-ap::telnet snmp::2nd Fl, kitchen:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.148.6:white-church3-ap::telnet snmp::4th Fl, hall:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.148.7:white-church1-sw::::White Church lower level BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.148.8:parker2-sw::::Parker House:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.148.9:parker3-sw::::Parker House:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.148.10:44n-college1-sw::::44 n college:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24:

  1. 129.170.148.11:44n-college1-ap::telnet snmp::44 n college:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.148.12:42n-college1-sw::::42 n college:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24:

  1. 129.170.148.13:42n-college1-ap::telnet snmp::42 n college:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.148.19:dcare::::white church 4th floor:Warren.D.Belding 6/05:xerox:printer 129.170.148.20:hp4100n::::parker 201:Camille.S.Holmes 6/05:hp:printer 129.170.148.21:fredhp4100::::parker house:Aine Donovan 3/04:hp:printer 129.170.148.22:barney8400n::::parker house:Kim Wood:Xerox:printer 129.170.148.23:iceland::::44 n college, closet off 207:sheri.ball 12/04:xerox:printer 129.170.148.24:india::::44 n college, 109:sheri.ball 12/04:epson:printer 129.170.148.25:ireland::::44 n college, 109a:sheri.ball 12/04:imagistics:printer 129.170.148.26:outside.wchurchlinux-pix::::white church:Dean Stanley:Cisco:pix 129.170.148.27:knox1::smtp::white church:Dean Stanley:Intel:Linux 129.170.148.28:gonzo1::::white church:Dean Stanley:Sun:Linux 129.170.148.29:nnecdsg1::::white church:Dean T. Stanley:Intel:Linux 129.170.148.30:dhmcconferences1::::white church:Dean T. Stanley:Alpha:Linux 129.170.148.31:cms1::::white church:Dean T. Stanley:Alpha:Linux 129.170.148.32:intensity1::::white church:Dean T. Stanley:IBM:Linux 129.170.148.33:pcsafaq1::::white church:Dean T. Stanley:Intel:Linux 129.170.148.34:vaqs1::::white church:Dean Stanley:IBM PC:Linux 129.170.148.35:fimdm1::::white church:Dean Stanley:IBM PC:Linux 129.170.148.36:vaoutcomes1::::white church:Dean T. Stanley:IBM:Linux 129.170.148.37:nhbon1::::white church:Dean R. Madden:ibm:Linux 129.170.148.38:bantha1::::white church:Dean Stanley:Sun:Solaris 129.170.148.39:april1::smtp telnet ftp::white church:Dean Stanley:HP-9000/735:HP-UX 129.170.148.40:maine1::smtp telnet ftp::white church:Dean Stanley:HP-9000/735:HP-UX 129.170.148.41:luke1::::white church:Chiang-Hua Chang:PC:DOS 129.170.148.42:lizzie1::::white church:James.F.Poage:Intel:NT 129.170.148.43:piggy1::::white church:Dean Stanley:Mac:MacOS 129.170.148.44:brothers1::::white church:Tom Bubolz:HP:X 129.170.148.45:sonic1::::white church:Dean T. Stanley:Cisco PIX:Firewall 129.170.148.46:44ncollege::::44 college rm 106:joyce.kenison susan.bibeau:hp:printer 129.170.148.47:ocphp::::44 college rm 206:joyce.kenison 1/05:HP printer: 129.170.148.48:ocp::::44 college rm 203:joyce.kenison 1/05:G4:osx 129.170.148.49:pita::::white church 2nd floor:dean.t.stanley 1/05:hp:printer

  1. 129.170.148.50 through 249 are reserved for DHCP.

129.170.149.1:parkhurst.switchroom1-crt::::switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.149.2:parkhurst5-ap::::303 Parkhurst:Charlie Clark::

  1. 129.170.149.3:parkhurst1-sw::::Parkhurst:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48:
  2. 129.170.149.5:parkhurst2-ap::telnet snmp::Attic west end:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.149.6:parkhurst3-ap::telnet snmp::Rm 208:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.149.7:parkhurst4-ap::telnet snmp::Basement print room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.149.8:parkhurst2-sw::::Parkhurst:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48:

  1. 129.170.149.9:parkhurst3-sw::::Parkhurst:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48:

129.170.149.10:bossman::::parkhurst 207:warren.belding 6/05:hp:printer 129.170.149.11:parkhurst-basement-copier::::Parkhurst basement mailroom:Annette Lepine:copier-printer: 129.170.149.12:parkhurst1-sw::::Parkhurst:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.149.13:prov-5400::::Parkhurst 204:Peter Paplow:Xerox Phaser 5400:printer 129.170.149.14:dcol-admin::::Parkhurst 111:Edith C. Wragg:Xerox Phaser 4400N:printer 129.170.149.15:ucdeans::::Parkhurst 111:Stephen Johnson - Bethanne Tillotson:Xerox:printer 129.170.149.16:rsloboda::::3rd Floor:Roger Sloboda, 6/03:Mac:MacOS 129.170.149.17:parkhurst6-ap::::Parkhurst:Maria Arista:: 129.170.149.18:parkhurst7-ap::::Parkhurst:Maria Arista:: 129.170.149.19:vpcolorphaser::::parkhurst 2nd floor:brenda lindblade:xerox:printer 129.170.149.20:kalypso::::parkhurst 204:Jeannine G McPherson:hp:printer 129.170.149.21:ttime::::parkhurst 209:kimberly hayes:hp:printer 129.170.149.22:fyohp2300::::parkhurst 6:Priscilla.J.Rondinone:hp:printer 129.170.149.23:room9a::::parkhurst 9a:jared phillips:xereox:printer 129.170.149.24:fyoxrxn2125::::6 Parkhurst:Annette Lepine:Xerox:printer 129.170.149.25:helenoftroy::::Parkhurst 5:Laureen Welch:Xerox:printer 129.170.149.26:buckstop::::Parkhurst 102:Brenda Lindblade:hp:printer 129.170.149.27:kimhayes::::Parkhurst 9 - 2nd floor President's Office:Apple G4 Desktop:OSX 129.170.149.28:cherylreynolds::::Parkhurst - 2nd floor President's Office:Apple G4 Desktop:OSX 129.170.149.29:kimwatson::::Parkhurst - 2nd floor President's Office:Apple G4 Desktop:OSX 129.170.149.30:kesayanoda:::::Parkhurst - 2nd floor President's Office:Apple G4 Desktop:OSX 129.170.149.31:colehaan:::::Parkhurst - 2nd floor President's Office:Apple G4 Desktop:OSX 129.170.149.32:sharonfrench:::::Parkhurst - 2nd floor President's Office:Apple G4 Desktop:OSX 129.170.149.33:tinaoverman:::::Parkhurst - 2nd floor President's Office:Apple G4 Desktop:OSX 129.170.149.34:maximus:::::Parkhurst - 2nd floor President's Office:Apple G4 Desktop:OSX 129.170.149.35:jimwoff1:::::Parkhurst - 2nd floor President's Office:Apple G4 Desktop:OSX 129.170.149.36:tacctacc::::Parkhurst 204:Barry Scherr warren belding:apple powerbook G4:osx 129.170.149.37:elvis::::Parkhurst 8:Julie Bell Warren Belding:xerox n2125:printer 129.170.149.38:ucdfront::::Parkhurst 111:Warren Belding:hp:printer

  1. 129.170.149.128 throuth 249 are reserved for DHCP.

129.170.8.2:dhmc-fairchild-rt::telnet::Fairchild:Rob Drye:Bay: 129.170.8.6:segnet-rt::::SEGnet:ops@segnet.com:Cisco: 129.170.8.7:valley-rt valley-gw::telnet::Berry:ValleyNET staff:Compatible Systems: 129.170.8.10:localpeer.border1-rt::::1 Rope Ferry:Charlie Clark:Cisco 7507: 129.170.131.129:phi-tau.ropeferry1-crt::::One Rope Ferry Rd:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS 129.170.131.132:phi-tau1-sw::::Phi Tau - 31 N Main:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.131.133:phi-tau1-ap::::Phi Tau - 31 N Main:Maria Arista:AP: 129.170.131.140:lore::smtp::Phi Tau:Evan E. Knop or Michael Fromberger:Intel:Linux 129.170.131.141:zhadum::::212 Phi Tau:Peter.D.Sottile or Phi.Tau:G3:unix 129.170.131.142:phitau::::Phi Tau:Evan.E.Knop.01:Intel:Linux 129.170.131.143:trinity::::Phi Tau 207:Emily Anderson, 3/03:Intel:Linux 129.170.131.144:glacier::::Phi Tau networking-attic:Evan.E.Knop12/03:intel:unix

  1. 129.170.131.164 to 249 is reserved for DHCP
  2. 129.170.20.1 is pot-gw

129.170.20.10:chinook public pubftp pubgopher pubwww::telnet ftp::Berry:Steve Cochran:DS3000/300:OSF

129.170.20.12:locker::::Berry:Steve Cochran:AS:DU4.0D 129.170.20.13:strongbox::::Berry:Steve Cochran:AS:DU4.0D 129.170.20.14:vault::::Berry:Steve Cochran:AS:DU4.0D 129.170.20.15:pottest::::Berry:Steve Cochran:AS:DU4.0D 129.170.242.1:psi-ups.switchroom1-crt::::Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS 129.170.242.2:psi-ups1-sw::::Psi Upsilon - 7 W. Wheelock:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.242.5:odin::::Psi Upsilon, Music Closet - 7 W. Wheelock:Kip Benson:Mac:MacX 129.170.242.7:beach::::Psi Upsilon, 2nd fl - 7 W. Wheelock:Daniel Philp:router: 129.170.242.8:rowing::::Psi Upsilon, Music Closet - 7 W. Wheelock:Zach Berke:mac:macx

  1. 129.170.242.50 through 249 are reserved for DHCP.

129.170.123.1:raven.ropeferry1-crt::ssh::Rope Ferry:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6500: 129.170.123.2:raven1-sw::::Raven House BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.123.3:raven2-sw::::Raven House BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48:

  1. 129.170.123.8:raven1-ap::telnet snmp::raven house:dan pierce:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.123.9:raven2-ap::telnet snmp::raven house:dan pierce:Cisco 350:

129.170.123.10:raven1-ac::::Raven House:Keith Cutting:access controler: 129.170.123.11:ansari::::205 Raven house:Daniel Ansari:HP:printer 129.170.123.12:rbl-c::::203 Raven house:Donna Coch:HP:printer 129.170.123.13:white::::raven 105:sandra white:xerox:printer 129.170.123.14:educationdepartment::::raven105:sandra white::printer 129.170.123.15:educationii::::raven105:Barbara.T.Mellert:HP4300:printer 129.170.123.16:rbl-bw::::raven 204:Barbara.T.Mellert:HP:printer 129.170.123.17:oscillations::::raven 14:Barbara.T.Mellert 1/05:HP:printer

  1. 129.170.123.128 through 249 are reserved for DHCP.

129.170.56.1:remsen-vail.remsen1-crt::ssh::Remsen:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6500: 129.170.56.3:remsen2-sw::::Remsen EV:Charlie Clark:BAY-301: 129.170.56.4:remsen9-sw::::Remsen 7th Fl IDF:Charlie Clark:cisco 3550-48: 129.170.56.5:remsen3-sw::::Remsen EV:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.56.6:remsen4-sw::::Remsen 8th Fl:Charlie Clark:Asante: 129.170.56.7:remsen5-sw::::Remsen EV:Charlie Clark:Asante: 129.170.56.8:remsen6-sw::::Remsen 7th Fl IDF:Charlie Clark:Asante: 129.170.56.9:nmr brighid::::Vail:Jeffrey Dunn:IBM-PC:DOS 129.170.56.10:ebi-dms dms-ebi::::808 Vail:Keith Cutting:Dell:Windows 129.170.56.11:butler1-sw butler-sw::snmp::Butler:Charlie Clark:BAY-350: 129.170.56.12:taliesan::::706 Vail:Jeff Dunn:PC:WIN98 129.170.56.13:amcaspc2::::butler dms data center:Andrew Toler 7/05:dell:windows 129.170.56.14:remf::telnet ftp::244 Remsen:Chuck Daghlian:Mac-II:MacOS 129.170.56.15:nmr-sun::smtp::Vail 7:Jeffrey F. Dunn:Sun:Solaris 129.170.56.16:biofilm::::202 Vail:George A. O'Toole Jr:Mac:MacOS 129.170.56.17:detar-pr detar1-pr::lpr::Remsen:Reed Detar:HP: 129.170.56.18:remsen1-hub remsen-hub::::Remsen:Charlie Clark:ASANTE-1012: 129.170.56.19:biofilm-prin::::vail 505:George O'Tooole:HP:2300 129.170.56.20:oncorhynchus::::217a Remsen:Michael Kinnison:Dell:W9x 129.170.56.21:paleonews::http::244 Remsen:Charles P. Daghlian:Newton MessagePad:NPDS 129.170.56.22:cafe-north36-pos::::Kellog:Scot Stammers:Intel:DOS 129.170.56.23:mbcore::::202 Vail:Stephen Bobin:Intel:WNT 129.170.56.24:emczar::::Remsen 244:Chuck Daghlian:MAC:MacOS 129.170.56.25:detar2-pr::lpr::Vail 809:Reed Detar:HP: 129.170.56.26:pedicopier::lpr::Remsen 312:Nathan Watson:Pitney Bowes: 129.170.56.27:cedwards::::butler ii rm 27:carol.m.edwards 5/05:dell:windows 129.170.56.28:geneticsoff1::::remsen 724:sean bosworth 8/04:hp:printer 129.170.56.29:ebsd::telnet ftp::159 Remsen:Chuck Daghlian:Dell:WNT 129.170.56.30:detar-sw::::Remsen:Reed Detar:IntraStack: 129.170.56.31:ogecbtdb::::25 Butler:Dan Poor:MAC:MacOS 129.170.56.32:dmitrovskyhp::::remsen 619:sean bosworth 9/04:hp:printer 129.170.56.33:clipp1::::Butler:Norm Berman:Mac:MacOS 129.170.56.34:radiologybrother::::Vail 716A:Nadeem Khan:Printer: 129.170.56.35:higgsg55::::Vail 405:Henry Higgs:HP: 129.170.56.36:lcm-hp2100::::408 Vail:Larry Meyers:HP: 129.170.56.37:remsen7-sw::::Remsen 3rd Fl IDF:Charlie Clark:Asante: 129.170.56.38:remsen8-sw::::Remsen 3rd Fl IDF:Charlie Clark:Asante: 129.170.56.39:bc1::::Remsen 405:David.A.Jewell:SGI:Irix 129.170.56.40:pharmacology4100hp::::Remsen 522:Linda Conrad, 4/02:HP: 129.170.56.41:tandy::::Remsen 305:Donna Oakes:Xerox N2125: 129.170.56.42:bimini2::::Remsen 305:Donna Oakes:Xerox: 129.170.56.43:dmscomputing::::Butler 205:Andrew Toler:Mac:MacOS 129.170.56.44:remsen10-sw::::Remsen 8th FL:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.56.45:remsen11-sw::::Remsen 8th FL:Charlie Clark:Asante: 129.170.56.46:remsen14-sw::::Remsen EVault:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.56.47:nmr-console console arianrhod::::Vail:Jeff Dunn:PC:DOS 129.170.56.48:sboz-win2k::::Butler 205:Sean D. Bosworth:Dell:Windows 129.170.56.49:sboz-macg4::::Butler 205:Sean D. Bosworth:Mac:MacOS 129.170.56.50:pharm-tox::::523 Remsen:Rebecca A. Lee:Mac:MacOS 129.170.56.51:remsen12-sw::::Remsen 3rd Fl IDF :Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.56.52:remsen13-sw::::Remsen 8th Fl IDF:Charlie Clark:Asante 3524: 129.170.56.53:xrx148ef9::::Remsen 306:Rebecca A Lee - Jennifer Fontaine:Xerox:printer 129.170.56.54:kellogg-av-control::::Kellog Auditorium:Reed Detar:Crestron AV control: 129.170.56.55:chilcott-av-control::::Vail:Reed Detar:Crestron AV control: 129.170.56.56:nmr2 merlin::::Vail:Jeffrey Dunn:IBM-PC:DOS 129.170.56.57:kellogg-av-stream::::Kellog Auditorium:Reed Detar:AV streaming device: 129.170.56.58:higgs-hp1200::::Vail 405A:Henry Higgs:HP: 129.170.56.59:ahmedlab::::Remsen 705:Sean D. Bosworth:HP:printer 129.170.56.60:kellogg1-sw::::Kellogg BDF:Charlie Clark:Asante: 129.170.56.61:banjo::::Vail 609:victor ambros:mac:osx 129.170.56.62:pharm-hp500::::500 Remsen:Rebecca A Lee - Linda Conrad:HP:printer 129.170.56.63:radone::::703 Vail:karen ness:HP:printer 129.170.56.64:coop-project::::101 Butler:Rebecca Lee - Chris Richardson:Xerox:printer 129.170.56.65:abby-vail511-pharm::::511 Vail:Rebecca Lee - Linda Conrad:Xerox:printer 129.170.56.66:pamelapryor::::butler 203:Pamela Pryor - Sean Bosworth:Dell:windows 129.170.56.67:515remsen-epson::::513 Remsen:Rebecca lee - Julie Vrana:Epson:printer 129.170.56.68:anatomy237hp::::remsen 237:sean bosworth:hp:printer 129.170.56.69:oikos::::214 Remsen:Craig Layne:HP 4200:Printer 129.170.56.70:biosphere:northstar:ftp smtp telnet::Remsen:Richard Brittain:SGI-Indy:IRIX 129.170.56.71:remsen24-sw::::Remsen 3rd Fl IDF:Charlie Clark:cisco 3550-48: 129.170.56.72:remsen25-sw::::Remsen 3rd Fl IDF:Charlie Clark:cisco 3550-48: 129.170.56.73:pussycat::::butler 103a:ruth.e.burrill 2/05:hp:printer 129.170.56.74:pikielny::::vail 604:kevin.mann 2/05:dlink:print server 129.170.56.75:mightymito2::::remsen 405:Bernard.L.Trumpower 3/05:Xerox:printer 129.170.56.76:sneezy::::remsen 702:Hildur.V.Colot 5/05:hp:printer 129.170.56.77:avogadro::::vail 403:Kathleen.B.Savage 5/05:xerox:printer 129.170.56.78:take5::telnet::Butler hallway:Sydney Lu:Apple 8500: 129.170.56.79:dmscsx2005::telnet::Butler II:Andrew Toler:Mac:MacOS

  1. 129.170.56.80:kellogg1-ap::telnet snmp::Kellogg Aud., NW:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.56.81:kellogg2-ap::telnet snmp::Kellogg Aud., NE:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.56.82:kellog3-ap::telnet snmp::Kellogg Main Hall Basement:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.56.83:vail1-ap::telnet snmp::8th Fl hall S:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.56.84:genie::::remsen 210:robert.h.gross 6/05:xserve g5:osx 129.170.56.85:chameleon::::vail 413b:Kathleen.B.Savage 6/05:xerox:printer 129.170.56.86:specklab4650::::vail 311:Michael.J.Chen 4/05:hp:printer 129.170.56.87:genetics-01.grid::::remsen 609:James.E.Dobson 4/05:: 129.170.56.88:genetics-02.grid::::remsen 609:James.E.Dobson 4/05:: 129.170.56.89:genetics-03.grid::::remsen 609:James.E.Dobson 4/05:: 129.170.56.90:genetics-04.grid::::remsen 609:James.E.Dobson 4/05:: 129.170.56.91:genetics-05.grid::::remsen 609:James.E.Dobson 4/05:: 129.170.56.92:genetics-06.grid::::remsen 609:James.E.Dobson 4/05:: 129.170.56.93:finaid812::::vail 812:lisa.snook 3/05:hp:printer 129.170.56.94:cgs7700::::vail 809:reed.detar 2/05:xerox:printer 129.170.56.95:cgs54::::vail 809:reed.detar 2/05:hp:printer 129.170.56.96:dmscs::::Butler 205 227:Andrew.W.J.Toler:Dell:Windows 129.170.56.97:pro::::Vail 406:Dean R. Madden:SGI:Irix 129.170.56.98:wormwriter::::Vail 608/609:Sean Bosworth - Victor Ambros:Xerox:printer 129.170.56.99:rad-epson::::Vail 703:Rebecca Lee - Karen Ness:printer:printer 129.170.56.100:carol-godin::::Butler 211:Carol A Godin - Sean Bosworth:Dell:Windows 129.170.56.101:val::::Vail 406C:Dean Madden:hp:windows 129.170.56.102:remf-clinical::::Remsen:Chuck Daghlian:MAC:MacOS 129.170.56.103:whitfieldlab::::remsen:709:apple G5:server 129.170.56.104:mentalmayhem::::remsen 322:rebecca.l.hurley - lee.a.witters:hp:printer 129.170.56.105:lphxp::::remsen 305:andrew.toler - Leslie.P.Henderson:Xerox:printer 129.170.56.106:cfmedweb::::Butler 22:serge.a.pluess:Xeon Server:Linux 129.170.56.107:sporn-lab::::Remsen 526:Renee Risingsong:GCC Elite 12/1200: 129.170.56.108:facilitiesvail::::812 Vail:Sylvie Seguin:Xerox: 129.170.56.109:ocer-office::::Butler B24:Daniel Poor:HP 2200DN printer: 129.170.56.110:chronic::ftp http::Gilman:Victor Ambros:iMac:MacOS 129.170.56.111:mar::::Vail 407A:Dean Madden:Dell:Linux 129.170.56.112:bioradmsdos::::Vail 714:Andrew Toler:HP:computer 129.170.56.113:remsen15-sw::::Remsen 3rd FL:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.56.114:arsenic::::Remsen 510:David A Jewell:SGI:Irix 129.170.56.115:remsen16-sw::::Remsen 3rd FL:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.56.116:remsen17-sw::::Remsen 3rd FL:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.56.117:remsen18-sw::::Remsen 3rd FL:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.56.118:remsen19-sw::::Remsen 3rd FL:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.56.119:remsen20-sw::::Remsen 7th FL:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.56.120:remsen21-sw::::Remsen 7th FL:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.56.121:remsen22-sw::::Remsen 7th FL:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.56.122:butler2-sw::::Butler MDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.56.123:butler3-sw::::Butler MDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.56.124:electron-micro1-sw::::Electron Micro Lab:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.56.125:ala::::vail 407:dean madden:mac:osx 129.170.56.126:vail1-ac::::Vail:Keith Cutting:Access controller: 129.170.56.127:coreserver::::Vail:Joanne Sugarman:Dell PowerEdge 2600:Windows 2000 129.170.56.128:cehsp::::Butlner:Salil Sharma - Debbie Barton:Apple Laserwriter:printer 129.170.56.129:ahmed::::vail 604:Sean Bosworth - Yashi Ahmed:HP:printer 129.170.56.130:glu::::Vail 406:Dean R. Madden:Dell:Linux 129.170.56.131:gln::::Vail 406:Dean R. Madden:Dell:Linux 129.170.56.132:asn::::Vail 406:Dean R. Madden:Dell:Linux 129.170.56.133:his::::Vail 406:Dean R. Madden:Dell:Linux 129.170.56.134:asp::::Vail 406A:Dean R. Madden:Dell:Linux 129.170.56.135:taylorlab::::vail 109:Brooke Jude:hp:printer 129.170.56.136:mac-vail-713::::vail 713:Artur Sucheta:mac:mac 129.170.56.137:odyssey::::Vail 512:Allen Eastman:Dell:Windows 129.170.56.138:uvp::::Vail 407:Dean R. Madden:IBM:Windows 129.170.56.139:physiology1::::remsen 324:leslie.henderson 4/05:hp:printer 129.170.56.140:anatomy-rem::::Remsen 237:Sean Bosworth - Martha McDaniel:Printer: 129.170.56.141:mbcorelaserjet::::Remsen 201:Sean Bosworth - Steve Bobin:HP:printer 129.170.56.142:c82-604-vail::::Vail 604:Rebecca Lee - Jason Baird:other:printer 129.170.56.143:micro-vail-2200::::Vail 214:Rebecca Lee - Karen Thompson:HP:printer 129.170.56.144:vail-ebi-bna::::Vail 7th fl EM shop:Lawrence Battis:other:other 129.170.56.145:anatomy8500::::Remsen 235:Martha Mcdaniel, 6/03:Apple Laserwriter:printer 129.170.56.146:leu::::Vail 407:Sean Bosworth - Dean Madden:Compaq Presario 2100:Windows 129.170.56.147:bc2::::Vail 417:David Jewell:SGI:Irix 129.170.56.148:eligents::::Vail 601:Sean Bosworth - Barbara Conradt:Xerox:printer 129.170.56.149:arc-vail::::Vail 601:Sean Bosworth - Rebecca Lee:HP1200:printer 129.170.56.150:gutenberg::::Remsen 321A:Chris Richardson:Printer: 129.170.56.151:pharmedu::::Remsen 500D:Sean Bosworth - Hillary Davis:HP:Printer 129.170.56.152:remsen23-sw::::Remsen :Sean Dunten:Cisco 3550: 129.170.56.153:emeritus-lounge::::Remsen 304:Sean Bosworth::printer 129.170.56.154:nhahec::::butler 106:rosemary orgren:mac:osx 129.170.56.155:mbcorexerox::::Remsen 242:steve bobin:xerox:printer 129.170.56.156:dopey::::remsen 712:arun mehra:xerox:printer 129.170.56.157:snowwhite::::remsen 702:arun mehra:other:printer 129.170.56.158:bunsen-honeydew::::remsen 705a:michael whitfield:mac:osx 129.170.56.159:rizzo::::remsen 705:michael whitfield:hp:printer 129.170.56.160:ambroslab::::vail 609:victor ambros:hp:printer 129.170.56.161:swenson::::Remsen 230:Rand Swenson:Mac:OS X 129.170.56.162:cbbc-printer::::remsen 210:robert h. gross:hp:printer 129.170.56.163:stanton-printer::::remsen 604:bonita coutermarsh::printer 129.170.56.164:laserjetremsen619::::remsen 619:Mike Spinella:hp:printer 129.170.56.165:compton::::remsen 412:Duane Compton:other:printer 129.170.56.166:finad039::::Remsen 305A:Donna Oakes:dell:windows 129.170.56.167:gly::::vail 406:dean madden:dell:windows 129.170.56.168:thr::::vail 406c:dean madden:mac:osx 129.170.56.169:vacuole::::remsen 425:nathan margolis:hp:printer 129.170.56.170:stanton-g3::::remsen 615:rebecca lee:mac:mac 129.170.56.171:tarbaby::::remsen 514:joshua hamilton:xerox:printer 129.170.56.172:mbcorelaserjet5::::Remsen 241:Stephen A. Bobin:hp:printer 129.170.56.173:runx1::::vail 311:David Jewell 2/04:sgi:irix 129.170.56.174:dms-student-affairs::::remsen 302:Kathy McGovern 2/04:xerox:printer 129.170.56.175:specklab2100::::vail 211:Michael Chen:hp:printer 129.170.56.176:poweracat::::vail 305:ty chang:hp:printer 129.170.56.177:poweracat2::::vail 305:ty chang:hp:printer 129.170.56.178:hamiltonlab::::remsen 510:jennifer davey:hp:printer 129.170.56.179:cheung-203v::::vail 203a:niles donegan:ibm:windows 129.170.56.180:cheung-205v::::vail 205a:niles donegan:ibm:windows 129.170.56.181:remsen-physiology1::::remsen 328:Leslie Henderson:HP:printer 129.170.56.182:chromosome::::remsen 410:Duane Compton:HP 4200:printer 129.170.56.183:lmartin331rem::::remsen 331:other:printer 129.170.56.184:pharmtoxcolorhpbj2300::::remsen 523:linda conrad:hp:printer 129.170.56.185:mbpcore::::Vail 811:Stephen A Bobin:xerox:printer 129.170.56.186:523a-remsen::::remsen 523a:Ann C. Frost:dell:windows 129.170.56.187:gus::::vail 408:Gustav Lienhard 6/04:xerox:printer 129.170.56.188:witters-gccelite::::remsen 321:Laura Barre:other:printer 129.170.56.189:medical-ed::::remsen 306H:Joyce Wagner:Xeros:printer 129.170.56.190:saito::::remsen 725:terry.greywolf mako.saito:HP:printer 129.170.56.191:taylor4600::::vail 103:Sean Bosworth 12/04:hp:printer 129.170.56.192:polycom1::::butler 210:andrew.toler 12/04:polycom:other 129.170.56.193:cehsbrother::::butler 29:Debra.Barton 12/04:brother:other 129.170.56.194:coleprinter::::vail 309:lisa.snook 12/04:hp:printer 129.170.56.195:prionserver::::vail 302:surachai.supattapone 1/05:G4:osx 129.170.56.196:jclayton::::remsen 725:joseph.e.clayton 1/05:g5:osx 129.170.56.197:ernst::::remsen 725:patricia.ernst 1/05:hp:printer 129.170.56.198:prionprinter::::vail 302:surachai.supattapone 1/05:Tektronix:printer

  1. 129.170.56.200 through 249 are reserved for DHCP.
  2. 129.170.57.1 through 254 are reserved for DHCP.
  3. 129.170.58.1 through 254 are reserved for DHCP.
  4. 129.170.59.1 through 249 are reserved for DHCP.

129.170.220.1:remsen-wireless.remsen1-crt::ssh::Remsen:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6500: 129.170.220.2:aruba-remsen1-vlan220::::Remsen:David Bourque:Aruba 5000: 129.170.220.3:aruba-berry2-vlan220::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba 5000: 129.170.220.4:aruba-remsen2-vlan220::::Remsen:David Bourque:Aruba 5000:

  1. 129.170.220.50 thru 254 and 129.170.221.2 thru 254 are DHCP.

129.170.127.1:richardson.fairchild1-crt::::Fairchild Map Room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6506: 129.170.127.4:richardson1-ac::::Richardson:Keith.A.Cutting:Lenel access controller:

  1. 129.170.127.6:richardson1-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl N chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.127.7:richardson2-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl S chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.127.8:richardson3-ap::telnet snmp::2nd fl S chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.127.9:richardson4-ap::telnet snmp::3rd fl N chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.127.10:richardson2-sw::::Richardson:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.127.11:richardson3-sw::::Richardson:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.127.12:richardson4-sw::::Richardson:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24:

129.170.127.14:belgium::::203 Richardson:Tomasz J. Tunguz-Zawislak, 1/01:Mac:MacX 129.170.127.15:shaolin::smtp::5 Richardson:Mason A. Kortz, 3/01:Intel:Linux 129.170.127.16:jest::::201 Richardson:andrew.m.grossman, 9/01:Intel:BSD 129.170.127.17:sephiroth::::201 richardson:David Schnur:Dell:Linux 129.170.127.18:magus::::201 richardson:David Schnur:IBM pc:Linux

  1. 129.170.127.128-249 are DHCP.

129.170.216.1:river.murdough1-crt::::Murdough Core:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6506:IOS 129.170.216.5:mclane1-sw river-cluster1-sw::::McLane:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-12:

  1. 129.170.216.6:mclane1-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl TB EW:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.216.7:mclane2-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl TB NW:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.216.8:mclane3-ap::telnet snmp::4th fl TB EW:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.216.9:mclane4-ap::telnet snmp::4th fl TB NW:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.216.12:french1-ac::::French:Keith.A.Cutting:Lenel access controller: 129.170.216.13:mclane1-ac::::McLane:Keith.A.Cutting:Lenel access controller: 129.170.216.14:mclnpr01::::McLane Lounge:Jon Hall:Xerox:Pharos Printing 129.170.216.15:french2-sw::::French:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.216.16:french3-sw::::French:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.216.17:french4-sw::::French:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.216.18:mclane2-sw::::French:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.216.19:mclane3-sw::::French:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.216.20:mclane4-sw::::French:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48:

129.170.216.27:hinman1-ac::::Hinman:Keith.A.Cutting:Lenel access controller: 129.170.216.28:gilbane1::::Pine Tree House:Greg Malette:Thayer construction laptop Gilbane construction:

129.170.216.32:ff::::maxwell 205:Faisal.A.Fazalbhoy 2/05:mac:osx 129.170.216.33:elm1-sw::::Elm:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.216.34:birch1-sw::::Birch:Chazz Clark:Asante 3524: 129.170.216.35:channingcox1-ac::::Channing Cox:Keith Cutting:access controler: 129.170.216.36:hinman3-sw::::Hinman:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.216.37:hinman4-sw::::Hinman:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.216.38:hinman5-sw::::Hinman:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.216.40:oak1-sw::::Oak:Chazz Clark:Asante 6524: 129.170.216.41:channing-cox1-sw::telnet snmp::Channing-Cox:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.216.42:spruce1-sw::::Spruce:Chazz Clark:Asante 6524: 129.170.216.43:maple1-sw::::Maple:Chazz Clark:Asante 6524: 129.170.216.44:pine1-sw::::Pine:Chazz Clark:Asante 6524: 129.170.216.45:maxwell1-ac::::Maxwell:Keith Cutting:access controler: 129.170.216.46:mclnrs01::::McLane Main Floor - Common Area:jonathan.w.hall:greenprintstation:windows

129.170.216.61:sead1::::French:Peter Paplow:HP 2200DT:Windows 129.170.216.62:channing-cox2-sw::::Channing-Cox:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.216.63:channing-cox3-sw::::Channing-Cox:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.216.64:maxwell1-sw::::Maxwell:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.216.65:maxwell2-sw::::Maxwell:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.216.66:maxwell3-sw::::Maxwell:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.216.67:channing-cox4-sw::::Channing-Cox:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.216.68:hinman1-alt-aps::telnet::Hinman:Dave Kotz, 01/03:Intel:linux 129.170.216.69:french1-alt-aps::telnet::French:Dave Kotz, 01/03:Intel:linux 129.170.216.70:mclane1-alt-aps::telnet::McLane:Dave Kotz, 01/03:Intel:linux

  1. 129.170.216.71:magus::::Hinman 412:David Schnur:IBM pc:Linux
  2. 129.170.216.72:sephiroth::::Hinman 412:David Schnur:Dell:Linux
  3. 129.170.216.128 thru 129.170.216.254 will be DHCP.
  4. 129.170.217.1 thru 129.170.217.254 is DHCP.
  5. 129.170.218.1 thru 129.170.218.254 is DHCP.
  6. 129.170.219.1 thru 129.170.219.249 is DHCP.
  7. 167
  8. 129.170.167.1::berry1-crt::ssh::Berry machine room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:

129.170.167.2:rivercrest-intel1-ap::ssh::Rivercrest Housing:David Bourque:Axiomtek: 129.170.167.3:rivercrest-intel2-ap::ssh::Rivercrest Housing:David Bourque:Axiomtek:

  1. 129.170.167.4:aruba-master-vlan167::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba5000:

129.170.167.4:aruba-berry2-vlan167::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba 5000:

  1. 129.170.167.5:aruba-local1-vlan167::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba5000:

129.170.167.5:aruba-berry3-vlan167::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba 5000: 129.170.167.6:rivercrest-intel3-ap::ssh::Rivercrest Housing:David Bourque:Axiomtek:

  1. 129.170.167.7:aruba-local2-vlan167::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba5000:
  2. Entire range from .8 through .255 reserved for Intel Labs wireless mesh network trial at Rivercrest
  3. 167.16 thru 167.254 are DHCP.

129.170.152.1:robinson.switchroom1-crt::::Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS 129.170.152.3:robinson1-sw::::Robinson:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48:

  1. 129.170.152.4:robinson1-ap::telnet snmp::Basement 005:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.152.5:robinson2-ap::telnet snmp::3rd Fl EV:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.152.6:robinson3-ap::telnet snmp::2nd Fl janitor closet:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.152.7:robinson2-sw::::Robinson:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.152.8:robinson3-sw::::Robinson:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.152.9:robinson4-sw::::Robinson:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.152.10:follett::::Robinson:Diana Follett:PC:DOS 129.170.152.11:wdcrwebcast::::Robinson:Roderick J. Beaton III, 1/00:Mac:MacOS 129.170.152.12:thed the-d::::Robinson:Benjamin.J.Mishkin:Mac:MacOS 129.170.152.13:wfrdwebcast::::Robinson:Roderick J. Beaton III, 1/00:Mac:MacOS 129.170.152.14:dartmouth-broadcasting::::314 Robinson:rod beaton, 2/02:Printer: 129.170.152.15:weezer::::314 Robinson:Roderick J Beaton III:Dell:Linux 129.170.152.16:outdoor-program-copier::::122 Robinson:Laura Dukeshire:printer: 129.170.152.17:debate::::Robinson:Forensic Union - Ken Strange:Mac:MacX 129.170.152.18:d-media::::Robinson 109:Samuel Reisner:Mac:Linux 129.170.152.19:thedartmouth::::Robinson:David Schnur:intel:linux

  1. 129.170.152.20:debateprinter::::Robinson 319:Stephen Johnson - Kenneth Strange:HP 4200DTS:printer

129.170.152.21:dtv::::robinson 316:samuel reisner:mac:macx 129.170.152.22:klister::::Robinson 120:Margaret E. Sullivan:hp:printer 129.170.152.23:wdcr::::Robinson 305A:Alex Middleton:Dell Dimension 4100:Linux 129.170.152.24:wfrd::::robinson 305A:Alex Middleton:Dell:Linux 129.170.152.25:nirvana::::robinson 111:heather.varney 9/04:xerox:printer 129.170.152.26:debatecopier::::robinson 322:ken.strange 10/04:imagistics:copier/printer 129.170.152.27:sablitz23::::1st fl, front hall:Lucas.E.Nikkel/Student Assembly 3/05:emac:osx 129.170.152.28:sablitz24::::1st fl, front hall:Lucas.E.Nikkel/Student Assembly 3/05:emac:osx 129.170.152.29:sablitz30::::basement, front hall:Lucas.E.Nikkel/Student Assembly 3/05:emac:osx 129.170.152.30:sablitz31::::basement, front hall:Lucas.E.Nikkel/Student Assembly 3/05:emac:osx

  1. 129.170.152.128 thru 129.170.152.249 are DHCP

129.170.153.1:ropeferry.ropeferry1-crt::::Rope Ferry:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.153.2:hoover1::::rope ferry:jason jeffords:: 129.170.153.3:ips01::::rope ferry:jason jeffords:: 129.170.153.4:dms-administration::::rope ferry 1:sean bosworth:HP:printer 129.170.153.5:border1-fw::::One RopeFerry basement:Craig Bisson:Netscreen NS500:

  1. 129.170.153.6:in use by jason.jeffords 7/18/05
  2. 129.170.153.7:ropeferry2-ap::telnet snmp::1 RopeFerry attic:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.153.8:ropeferry3-ap::telnet snmp::5 RopeFerry 2nd fl:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.153.9:dicks1-ap::telnet snmp::Dick's House:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  5. 129.170.153.10:dicks2-ap::telnet snmp::Dick's House:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.153.11:dchscolor1::::dick's house 115:Debra.J.Fisk 8/05:xerox:printer 129.170.153.12:mds-9120::::ropeferry:Donel D'Cruze 3/05:cisco:9120 switch 129.170.153.13:parking1::::3 Rope Ferry:William Barr:PC:DOS 129.170.153.14:parking2::::3 Rope Ferry:William Barr:PC:DOS 129.170.153.15:parking3::::3 Rope Ferry:William Barr:PC:DOS 129.170.153.16:parking4::::3 Rope Ferry:William Barr:PC:DOS 129.170.153.17:anxsasserver::::5 Rope Ferry rm 205:Larry.P.Carr:dell:windows 129.170.153.18:sscam::::Rope Ferry:Lauren H. Cummings:PC:Windows2000 129.170.153.19:dhh::::7 Rope Ferry:Margaret Richardson:Mac:MacOS 129.170.153.20:parking5::::3 Rope Ferry:William Barr:PC:DOS 129.170.153.21:haliwicknerl::::ropeferry 101:sean bosworth:powerbook:osx 129.170.153.22:dossrecorder::::5 RF, Rm 205:Beverly Lancaster or Traci Thibodeau:Intel:Windows 129.170.153.23:ropeferry2-ups::::Ropeferry:Charlie Clark:ups: 129.170.153.24:ropeferry1-pr::::5 Rope Ferry:Jason.A.Rouillard:HP: 129.170.153.25:mkbrown::::DMS Admissions:Mary Kendall Brown:Mac:MacOS 129.170.153.26:shart::::DMS Admissions:Sue Hart:Mac:MacOS 129.170.153.27:admissionshp8150::::3 Rope Ferry 227:Andrew.W.J.Toler:HP: 129.170.153.28:fpo-hp-designjet-800::::5 Rope Ferry 305:James Pike:HP: 129.170.153.29:ropeferry3-sw::telnet snmp::Rope Ferry:Charlie Clark:Asante 3524: 129.170.153.30:fpo-hp-laserjet-8550n::::5 Rope Ferry 306:James Pike:HP: 129.170.153.31:deans-office-phaser3400::::1 Rope Ferry:Rebecca Lee - Didit Martinez:Xerox Phaser3400: 129.170.153.32:polycom3::::Rope Ferry floater:andrew.toler 12/04:polycom:other 129.170.153.33:ropeferry9-sw::::Rope Ferry:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.153.34:dms-coo::::rope ferry 1 rm 212:DMS Computing:hp:printer 129.170.153.35:pharmacy::::Rope Ferry - pharmacy:Jonathan Hall - Christopher Henderson:Dell:Windows 129.170.153.36:realtucker::::1st floor dicks house:debra j fisk:HP:printer 129.170.153.37:mainqs1printer::::dicks house:christopher henderson:other:printer 129.170.153.38:dicks6-ap::telnet snmp::Dick's House:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.153.39:leftwing::::5 Ropeferry rm 107:Margaret Richardson:Xerox:printer 129.170.153.40:netherworld::::7 Ropeferry rm 002:Margaret Richardson:Apple Laserwriter: 129.170.153.41:heaven::::7 Ropeferry rm 207:Margaret Richardson:Xerox:printer 129.170.153.42:heavenii::::7 Ropeferry rm 306:Margaret Richardson:Xerox:printer 129.170.153.43:ipd::::7 Ropeferry rm 206:Margaret Richardson:Xerox:printer 129.170.153.44:northwingxrx::::7 Ropeferry rm 105:Margaret Richardson:Xerox:printer 129.170.153.45:tuckerxerox::::7 Ropeferry rm 116:Margaret Richardson:Xerox:printer 129.170.153.46:sparexerox::::7 Ropeferry rm 115:Margaret Richardson:Xerox:printer 129.170.153.47:ropeferry4-sw::telnet snmp::1 Rope Ferry:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.153.48:ropeferry5-sw::telnet snmp::1 Rope Ferry:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.153.49:ropeferry6-sw::telnet snmp::5 Rope Ferry:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.153.50:ropeferry7-sw::telnet snmp::5 Rope Ferry:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.153.51:ropeferry8-sw::telnet snmp::5 Rope Ferry:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.153.52:dicks1-sw::telnet snmp::Dick's House:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.153.53:dicks2-sw::telnet snmp::Dick's House:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.153.54:dicks3-sw::telnet snmp::Dick's House:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.153.55:dicks4-sw::telnet snmp::Dick's House:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.153.56:dmsfiscal1::::1 Rope Ferry Rm 112:Sean Bosworth:HP:printer 129.170.153.57:dmscomms::::1 Rope Ferry Rm 104:Sean Bosworth:HP:printer 129.170.153.58:emma::::5 RF, Rm 205:Beverly Lancaster:Imagistics:Printer 129.170.153.59:labarea::::7rope 1st flr lab area:margaret richarson:hp:printer 129.170.153.60:accessionlabel-ipd::::7 ropeferry rm204:margaret richarson:other:printer 129.170.153.61:accessionlabel-pcpm::::7 ropeferry 1stfloor lab:margaret richarson:other:printer 129.170.153.62:3ropeferry1-ac::::3 ropeferry:Keith Cutting:accesscontrolsystemcontroller: 129.170.153.63:dms-admissions::::3 ropeferry rm 223:Deana Kelly:xerox:printer

  1. 129.170.153.64 thru 129.170.153.249 are DHCP.

129.170.153.251:lulubelle::::5 ropeferry rm 203:Beverly Lancaster:xerox:printer

129.170.153.253:dms-deans::::ropeferry 1:sean bosworth:xerox:printer

  1. 129.170.153.254:haliwicknerl::::ropeferry 101:sean bosworth:powerbook:osx

129.170.200.1:ropeferry-wireless.ropeferry1-crt::::Rope Ferry:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.200.2:aruba-ropeferry1-vlan200::::Ropeferry:David Bourque:Aruba 5000: 129.170.200.3:aruba-berry2-vlan200::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba 5000: 129.170.200.4:aruba-remsen2-vlan200::::Remsen:David Bourque:Aruba 5000:

  1. 129.170.200.5:moore1-ap::::Moore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.200.6:moore2-ap::::Moore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.200.7:moore3-ap::::Moore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.200.8:moore4-ap::::Moore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  5. 129.170.200.9:moore5-ap::::Moore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  6. 129.170.200.10:moore6-ap::::Moore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  7. 129.170.200.11:moore7-ap::::Moore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  8. 129.170.200.12:moore8-ap::::Moore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  9. 129.170.200.13:moore9-ap::::Moore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  10. 129.170.200.14:moore10-ap::::Moore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  11. 129.170.200.15:moore11-ap::::Moore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  12. 129.170.200.50 thru 254 and 129.170.201.2 thru 254 are DHCP.

129.170.100.1:russell-sage.berry1-crt::ssh::Berry machine room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:

  1. 129.170.100.6:russell-sage1-ap:1st fl chase W wing:telnet snmp:::Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.100.7:russell-sage2-ap:2nd fl chase corner:telnet snmp:::Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.100.8:russell-sage3-ap:4th fl chase W wing:telnet snmp:::Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.100.9:russell-sage4-ap:4th fl chase corner:telnet snmp:::Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  5. 129.170.100.10:russell-sage5-ap:near 410:telnet snmp:::Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  6. 129.170.100.11:russell-sage6-ap:near 210:telnet snmp:::Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.100.12:russell-sage2-sw::::Russell Sage:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.100.13:slarti::::303 Russell Sage:Bryan Guillemette:Mac:MacOS 129.170.100.14:challenger::::Russell Sage:Brian Fergson, 11/01:Dell:Windows 129.170.100.15:russell-sage3-sw::::Russell Sage:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.100.16:russell-sage4-sw::::Russell Sage:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48:

  1. 129.170.100.50 through 129.170.100.249 are reserved for DHCP.

129.170.241.1:sachem.switchroom1-crt::::Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6505: 129.170.241.10:sachem-42-ap::telnet snmp::42 Sachem Village:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.241.11:sachem-66-ap::telnet snmp::66 Sachem Village:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.241.12:sachem-104-ap::telnet snmp::104 Sachem Village:Charlie Clark:bridge: 129.170.241.13:sachem-207-ap::telnet snmp::207 Sachem Village:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.241.14:sachem-51-ap::telnet snmp::REPEATER ONLY 51 Sachem Village:David Bourque:Cisco 350: 129.170.241.15:sachem-31-ap::telnet snmp::REPEATER ONLY 31 Sachem Village:David Bourque:Cisco 350: 129.170.241.16:sachem-221-ap::telnet snmp::REPEATER ONLY 221 Sachem Village:David Bourque:Cisco 350:

  1. 129.170.241.20 through 129.170.241.126 are reserved for DHCP.

129.170.165.1:sae.berry1-crt::::Berry Machine Room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS 129.170.165.2:sae1-sw::::165:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.165.11:gtom::::165:G. Thomas Denniston, 5/01:Dell:Linux 129.170.165.12:sae::::165:Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 5/01:Mac:MacX

129.170.157.1:sas.switchroom1-crt::::Telephone Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.157.2:sas1-hub::::7 Allen St 2nd floor BDF:Charlie Clark:Asante 1012: 129.170.157.3:sas1-sw::::7 Allen Street:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.157.4:sas1-ap::telnet snmp::7 Allen Street:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.157.7:budgetoffice::::7 Allen St:Brian Cook:Mac:MacOS 129.170.157.8:dam-hp5000::::7 Allen St:Joanne Coburn:HP5000:printer 129.170.157.9:alum-mag::::7 Allen St rm 201:frederic.l.washer 5/05:Xserve G5:osx

  1. 129.170.157.16 through 129.170.157.62 are reserved for DHCP.

129.170.157.129:serrys.switchroom1-crt::::Telephone Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.157.130:serrys-hub::::Serry's:Charlie Clark:Asante:

  1. 129.170.157.131:serrys1-ap::telnet snmp::Serrys:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.157.132:ccpxerox8400::::17.5 leb 2nd floor:anita dole:xerox:printer 129.170.157.133:ccpprinter::::serrys 205:Anita F. Dole 2/04:dell:windows

  1. 129.170.157.35:psych-recpt::::301 Serry's:Lynn MacGillivary or Diana.m.shaw:Mac:MacOS
  2. 129.170.157.136 through 129.170.157.190 are reserved for DHCP.

129.170.155.1:sherman.ropeferry1-crt::ssh::1 Rope Ferry Rd:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6506: 129.170.155.2:asian1-sw::telnet snmp::36 N Main - Asian House:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24:

  1. 129.170.155.4:sherman1-ap::telnet snmp::Basement:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.155.5:pike1-ap::telnet snmp::38 N Main:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.155.6:nad1-ap::telnet snmp::Basement:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.155.7:nad2-ap::telnet snmp::Basement:Sean Dunten:Cisco 1200: 129.170.155.8:pike2-ap::telnet snmp::38 N Main:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.155.9:sherman2-sw::::Sherman House:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.155.10:nad2-sw::::Native American House - 35 N Main:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.155.11:latino1-sw::::Latino (Pike) House - 38 N Main:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.155.12:zb-38nmain-dapg-1::::38 N Main:Zachary Berke:Rooted Bridge: 129.170.155.13:zb-gazzaniga-dapg-2::::Dean Gazzaniga's House:Zachary Berke:non-Rooted Bridge: 129.170.155.14:zb-gazzaniga-dapg-3::::Dean Gazzaniga's House:Zachary Berke:ap:

  1. 129.170.155.15:asian1-ap::telnet snmp::36 N Main:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.155.16:aschp::::36 N Main - Asian Studies Ctr:Susan Bibeau:HP:Printer 129.170.155.17:nascopier::::sherman 106:linda welch:other:other 129.170.155.18:nashp4050::::sherman:linda welch:hp:printer 129.170.155.19:clanmother::::sherman:linda welch:apple:printer 129.170.155.20:samoccom::::sherman 1st floor:linda welch:xerox:printer 129.170.155.21:dxoigmn::::NAH 208:Cory.T.Cornelius:dell:windows

  1. 129.170.155.30 to 249 is reserved for DHCP

129.170.174.1:sig-del.switchroom1-crt::::Telephone Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.174.2:sig-delt1-ap::telnet snmp::10 West Wheelock:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.174.3:sig-delt1-sw::::10 West Wheelock:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.174.10:sig-delt-uds10::::laundry room:scot.stammers 12/04:lantronix uds10:other

  1. 129.170.174.128-249 are DHCP.

129.170.96.1:silsby.berry1-crt::::Berry Machine Room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS 129.170.96.2:silsby1-sw::::Silsby:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.96.3:gustman::ftp::Silsby:Al Gustman:IBM-PC:DOS 129.170.96.4:silsby2-sw::::Silsby:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.96.5:rockefeller1-sw::::Rockefeller:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.96.6:silsby4-sw::::Silsby:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48:

  1. 129.170.96.9:silsby1-ap::telnet snmp::Silsby:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.96.10:silsby2-ap::telnet snmp::Silsby:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.96.11:silsby3-ap::telnet snmp::Silsby:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.96.12:rockefeller1-ap::telnet snmp::Rockefeller:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  5. 129.170.96.13:rockefeller2-ap::telnet snmp::Rockefeller:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  6. 129.170.96.14:rockefeller3-ap::telnet snmp::Rockefeller:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  7. 129.170.96.15:rockefeller4-ap::telnet snmp::Rockefeller:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.96.17:rockefeller-metasys::::Rocky Mechanical Rm:Larry Battis:Metasys: 129.170.96.18:econcolor::::Rockefeller:Julie A. Guillette:Xerox Phaser 750N: 129.170.96.19:econricoh::::Rockefeller:Julie A. Guillette:Rico HAP4510:printer 129.170.96.20:socyburl::::silsby 106:Barbara.T.Mellert 8/05:xerox:printer 129.170.96.21:economics-pc::::Silsby:Alan Gustman:PC:DOS 129.170.96.22:economics-pc2 samwick::::Silsby:Alan Gustman:PC:DOS 129.170.96.23:rocky-richo::::301 Rockefeller:Julie A. Guillette:Richo 650: 129.170.96.24:gustman2::ftp::Rockefeller:Al Gustman:IBM-PC:DOS 129.170.96.25:skinner::::Rockefeller:Jonathan Skinner:IBM-PC:DOS 129.170.96.26:mssepson::::Silsby 115:Joel Levine:Epson: 129.170.96.28:ssc-epson::::Silsby 13:Barbara Mellert:Epson 900N: 129.170.96.29:sscserver2::::Silsby 13A:Barbara Mellert:Mac:MacX 129.170.96.30:government218::::Silsby 218:Barbara Mellert - Darsie Riccio:Xerox:printer 129.170.96.31:silsby1-ac::::Silsby Comm Closet:Keith.A.Cutting:Lenel access controller: 129.170.96.32:sscserver::::Silsby:Barbara.T.Mellert:Mac 8100:MacOS 129.170.96.33:govthp4200::::Silsby 237C:Barbara Mellert - Darsie Riccio:HP 4200:printer 129.170.96.34:silsby5-sw::::Silsby:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.96.35:silsby6-sw::::Silsby:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.96.36:silsby7-sw::::Silsby:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.96.37:silsby8-sw::::Silsby:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.96.38:silsby9-sw::::Silsby:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.96.39:rockefeller2-sw::::Rockefeller:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.96.40:rockefeller3-sw::::Rockefeller:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.96.41:freud::::Silsby:Barbara.T.Mellert:Xerox printer:

  1. 129.170.96.42:rockefeller5-ap::telnet snmp::Rockefeller:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.96.43:economics-copier::::301 Rockerfeller:Karen M. Pelletier:Pitney Bowes copier/printer: 129.170.96.44:xanadu::::Silsby 408c:Barbara Mellert - Lynn MacGillivray:hp:printer

  1. 129.170.96.45 thru 129.170.96.249 are reserved for DHCP

129.170.97.10:socy2125::::Silsby 112A:Emilie Shipman - Barbara Mellert:Xerox:printer 129.170.97.11:socyhp1300::::Silsby 111:Barbara Mellert - Kimberly Albanese:HP:printer 129.170.97.12:rockyfs::::rockefeller 105:Barbara Mellert - Christine Gex:macintosh:macos 129.170.97.13:cts_rockefeller_003::::rockefeller 003:andrew faunce:intel:audiovisual 129.170.97.14:msshp2500::::silsby 112:barbara mellert:HP:printer 129.170.97.15:fayansprinter::::rockefeller 102:fayan nelson:xerox:printer 129.170.97.16:tilly::::silsby 112:Kimberly Albanese 2/04:hp:printer 129.170.97.17:elgar::::silsby 223:Michael Herron 3/04:dell:linux 129.170.97.18:sheila2125::::silsby 304b:Sheila LaPlante 3/04:Xerox:printer 129.170.97.19:socyelite::::silsby 105:Kimberly C. Albanese 5/04:other:printer 129.170.97.20:ventilaser::::rocky 320:Steven Venti 5/04:HP:printer 129.170.97.21:mss400::::Silsby 114:Barbara Mellert Joel Levine 06/04:mac:osx 129.170.97.22:hodgson::::Silsby 114:Barbara Mellert Joel Levine 06/04:mac:osx 129.170.97.23:blackingtonbwg3::::Silsby 114:Barbara Mellert Joel Levine 06/04:mac:osx 129.170.97.24:levineos9laptop::::Silsby 114:Barbara Mellert Joel Levine 06/04:mac:osx 129.170.97.25:cts-rockefeller-001::::Rockefeller 001:Andrew Faunce:: 129.170.97.26:cts-rockefeller-002::::Rockefeller 002:Andrew Faunce:: 129.170.97.27:sauron::::silsby 309:Amitabh Chandra:other:linux 129.170.97.28:thor::::rockefeller 105:Barbara.t.Mellert:hp 4300:printer 129.170.97.29:brahms::::silsby 217:Barbara.T.Mellert:dell:windows 129.170.97.30:marion::::silsby 325:kory.hirak Nancy Marion 9/04:G4:os9 129.170.97.31:rockycopier::::silsby 207:Barbara.T.Mellert 2/05:imagistics:copier/printer 129.170.97.32:sablitz14::::rocky right side of Morrison Commons:Lucas.E.Nikkel/Student Assembly 3/05:emac:osx 129.170.97.33:sablitz15::::silsby, outside rm 028:Lucas.E.Nikkel/Student Assembly 3/05:emac:osx 129.170.97.34:sablitz16::::silsby, outside rm 028:Lucas.E.Nikkel/Student Assembly 3/05:emac:osx 129.170.97.35:josquin::::silsby 108:melissa.herman 5/05:custom:linux 129.170.97.36:aaasprinter::::silsby 100:Barbara.T.Mellert 6/05:hp:printer

  1. 129.170.97.64 thru 129.170.97.249 are reserved for DHCP

129.170.252.33:skiway.skiway1-rt::::Dartmouth Skiway BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 1600: 129.170.252.34:skiway1-sw::::Skiway:Charlie Clark:Cisco: 129.170.252.35:skiway1-ap::telnet snmp::Termination point:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.252.37:skiway1-pos::::Dartmouth Skiway:Scot Stammers:Intel:DOS 129.170.252.38:skiway2-pos::::Dartmouth Skiway:Scot Stammers:Intel:DOS 129.170.252.39:skiway-controltechinc::::Dartmouth Skiway:Don Cutter:ControlTechinc: 129.170.252.40:skiway2-ap::telnet snmp::Lower Level:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.252.41:skiway3-ap::telnet snmp::Upper Level near stairs:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.252.42:skiway4-ap::telnet snmp::Upper Level near food:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.252.43:skiwaybossman::::skiway lodge:Douglas Holler:Apple laserwriter:

  1. 129.170.252.46 thru 129.170.252.62 are reserved for DHCP

129.170.250.1:sls.switchroom1-crt::::Telephone Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.250.2:sls1-sw::::7 Leb St MDF:Charlie Clark:Asante 3524: 129.170.250.3:sls2-sw::::7 Leb St MDF:Charlie Clark:Asante 3524: 129.170.250.4:sls3-sw::::7 Leb St IDF:Charlie Clark:Asante 3524: 129.170.250.5:sls4-sw::::7 Leb St:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48:

  1. 129.170.250.6:sls1-ap::telnet snmp::Rm 205A:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.250.7:sls2-ap::telnet snmp::Rm 320:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.250.8:sls3-ap::telnet snmp::Rm 358:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.250.9:sls5-sw::::7 Leb St:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.250.10:gardens::::Seven Lebanon St:David Bibeau:MAC:MacOS 129.170.250.11:megabull::::Seven Lebanon St:David Bibeau:Intel:NT 129.170.250.12:hr-filemaker-server::::Seven Lebanon St, 2nd Floor:Cheryl Guerin, 9/00:Mac:MacOS 129.170.250.13:human-resources-server::::Seven Lebanon St, 2nd Floor:Cheryl Guerin, 9/00:Mac:MacX 129.170.250.14:spincity::::Seven Lebanon St 222:Dana Yamashita laurel.stavis 9/04:Xerox:printer 129.170.250.15:flex-prt::::Seven Lebanon St:Sari Wetherill, 9/00:HP 5SI:Printer 129.170.250.16:h::::Seven Lebanon St:David Bibeau:MAC:MacOS 129.170.250.17:olariel::::260 Seven Lebanon St:Barbara J. McHugh:MAC:MacOS 129.170.250.18:hrxerox-pr::::203 Seven Lebanon St:James F. Kittredge:Xerox:Printer 129.170.250.19:hrflex-pr::::203 Seven Lebanon St:James F. Kittredge:HP:Printer 129.170.250.20:hrfrontoffice-pr::::203 Seven Lebanon St:James F. Kittredge:Pitney Bowes DL450PS:Printer 129.170.250.21:hr2ndfloor-pr::::203 Seven Lebanon St:James F. Kittredge:Apple Laserwriter:Printer 129.170.250.22:realestate-pr::::Seven Lebanon St:Diane Grollman:HP 4550: 129.170.250.23:reoffice::::Seven Lebanon St:Diane Grollman:Mac:MacOS

  1. 129.170.250.24:7lebanon-ebi::::Seven Lebanon St:Keith Cutting:Dell:Windows

129.170.250.25:payrollhp::::Seven Lebanon St:Toni Pippi:HP 21000: 129.170.250.26:investmentsc::::Seven Lebanon St:Bonnie Labrie:printer: 129.170.250.27:oea::::Seven Lebanon St 307:Bonnie Labrie:printer: 129.170.250.28:oea-hp4250n::::Seven Lebanon St 307:Michael.F.Wagner 3/05:hp:printer 129.170.250.29:investments::::Seven Lebanon St 307:Bonnie Labrie:printer: 129.170.250.30:sls6-sw::::7 Leb St:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.250.31:end-m::::Seven Lebanon St 324:David Bibeau:Dell:Windows 129.170.250.32:realestate-copier::::330 Seven Lebanon St:Diane Grollman:Pitney-Bowes: 129.170.250.33:oea_aficio450::::Seven Lebanon St 307 rm 347:Bonnie Labrie:printer: 129.170.250.34:publicaffairs-copier::::Seven Lebanon St 201:Dana Yamashita:Pitney-Bowes: 129.170.250.36:sls7-sw::::7 Leb St:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.250.37:sls8-sw::::7 Leb St:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.250.38:sls9-sw::::7 Leb St:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.250.39:sls10-sw::::7 Leb St:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-12 gig: 129.170.250.40:sls-icopy1::::7 Leb St:David A Bibeau:printer: 129.170.250.41:hrphaser::::7 Leb St 361:Lynn Langley:Xerox: 129.170.250.42:pubaffserver::::Seven Lebanon St 201:Dana Yamashita:Mac:MacOS 129.170.250.43:voxprinter::::301 7 leb st:Amanda Weatherman:HP:printer 129.170.250.44:rickyworld::::201 7 leb:michael blumenauer:gcc elite:printer 129.170.250.45:end-m2::::7 Leb St:david bibeau:dell:linux 129.170.250.46:publicaffairscolorlaser::::7 leb 201:james donnelly:xerox:printer 129.170.250.47:hr2ndfloor::::7 leb st:Diane Musbach:xerox:printer 129.170.250.48:hrbenefits::::7leb st 2nd floor:Betty Fulton:xerox:printer 129.170.250.49:pyrllxrxn2125::::7 leb rm309:Karen McCusker:xerox:printer 129.170.250.50:satellite::::7 leb:laurel stavis:windows:

129.170.250.52:sunflower::::7 leb rm 201:dana.yamashita 10/04:xerox:printer 129.170.250.53:opapubs::::7 leb rm 201:dana.yamashita 10/04:xerox:printer

129.170.250.55:pubaff::::7 leb rm 201:dana.yamashita 10/04:xerox:printer

129.170.250.57:reo8400dp::::7 leb rm 303:diane.grollman:xerox:printer

  1. 129.170.250.64 thru 129.170.250.249 are reserved for DHCP

129.170.156.1:stilts.switchroom1-crt::::Telephone Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.156.2:stilts1-hub stilts-hub::::2 West Wheelock:Charlie Clark:Asante: 129.170.156.10:stilts-dhcp::::2 West Wheelock:MarketMakers:Intel:NT

  1. 129.170.156.20 thru 129.170.156.62 are reserved for DHCP, assigned by their DHCP server.

129.170.60.1:strasenburgh.remsen1-crt::ssh::Remsen:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6506: 129.170.60.5:fom-garage1-sw::::Strasenburgh - FOM garage:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.60.6:dewey1-ap::telnet snmp::FOM Garage:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

  1. 129.170.60.7:modlab1-ap::telnet snmp::BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.60.11:outside.straslinux-pix::::Strasenburgh:Dean Stanley:Cisco:pix 129.170.60.12:piggy::::213 Strasenburgh:Dean Stanley:Mac:MacOS 129.170.60.13:walker::smtp telnet ftp::Strasenburgh:Tom Bubolz:HP-9000/720:HP-UX 129.170.60.14:ferrari::ftp telnet smtp::Strasenburgh:Alexander B. Izvorski:SPARC:UNIX 129.170.60.15:cadillac::smtp::Strasenburgh:Daniel Hu:SUN SPARC2:SUNOS 129.170.60.16:odilo kmel koopinstitute epidemic::smtp::Strasenburgh:Daniel Hu:SUN Ultra:Solaris 129.170.60.17:april::smtp telnet ftp::Strasenburgh:Dean Stanley:HP-9000/735:HP-UX 129.170.60.18:august::::Strasenburgh:Tom Bubolz:HP-ENVIZIX:X 129.170.60.19:brothers::::Strasenburgh:Tom Bubolz:HP:X 129.170.60.20:geiger::::Strasenburgh:Tom Bubolz:HP:X 129.170.60.21:luke::::Strasenburgh:Chiang-Hua Chang:PC:DOS 129.170.60.22:epistation::::Strasenburgh:Tom Bubolz:HP:X 129.170.60.23:maplotr::::Strasenburgh:James M Wallace:HP-ENVIZIX:X 129.170.60.24:sonic::::Strasenburgh:Christina E. Stuecklen:Cisco PIX:Firewall 129.170.60.25:nnecdsg::::Strasenburgh:Christina E. Stuecklen:Intel:Linux 129.170.60.26:cecsweb::::Strasenburgh:Christina E. Stuecklen:Intel:Linux 129.170.60.27:maine::smtp telnet ftp::Strasenburgh:Dean Stanley:HP-9000/735:HP-UX 129.170.60.28:stras-hp-lj4::::215A Strasenburgh:Tom Bubolz:HP LaserJet: 129.170.60.29:spine-nt::smtp::Strasenburgh:Loretta.M.Pickett:IBM-PC:NT 129.170.60.30:griffin salaam::::Strasenburgh:Paul Gennaro:PC:DOS 129.170.60.31:mtaylor::::Strasenburgh:Mary Taylor:PC:DOS 129.170.60.32:bluebelt::smtp telnet ftp::Strasenburgh:Daniel Hu:PowerMac:Linux 129.170.60.33:clydester::::313-B Strasenburgh:David.M.Bott:PowerMac:MacOS 129.170.60.34:meeting-maker::::Strasenburgh:Dean Stanley:Mac:MacOS 129.170.60.35:fom-hp6m8::::Dewey 1:Bonnie Hafer:HP6M:Jet Direct 129.170.60.36:fom-hp6m9::::Dewey 1:Bonnie Hafer:HP6M:Jet Direct 129.170.60.37:patient dms3 koop dfc ki01::::Strasenburgh:Daniel Hu:PowerMac:Linux 129.170.60.38:ki02::::Strasenburgh:Daniel Hu:PowerMac:Linux 129.170.60.39:ki03::::Strasenburgh:Daniel Hu:PowerMac:Linux 129.170.60.40:ki04::::Strasenburgh:Daniel Hu:PowerMac:Linux 129.170.60.41:ki05::::Strasenburgh:Daniel Hu:PowerMac:Linux 129.170.60.42:nurse greybelt dartmed2 mednews2 transmed2 dms2 ki06 heptest kooptest fdbtest tndtest dmstest kftest::::Strasenburgh:Daniel Hu:PowerMac:Linux 129.170.60.43:ki07::::Strasenburgh:Daniel Hu:PowerMac:Linux 129.170.60.44:ki08::::Strasenburgh:Daniel Hu:PowerMac:Linux 129.170.60.45:ki09::::Strasenburgh:Daniel Hu:PowerMac:Linux 129.170.60.46:ki10::::Strasenburgh:Daniel Hu:PowerMac:Linux 129.170.60.47:ki11::::Strasenburgh:Daniel Hu:PowerMac:Linux 129.170.60.48:ki12::::Strasenburgh:Daniel Hu:PowerMac:Linux 129.170.60.49:ki13::::Strasenburgh:Daniel Hu:PowerMac:Linux 129.170.60.50:ki14::::Strasenburgh:Daniel Hu:PowerMac:Linux 129.170.60.51:ki15::::Strasenburgh:Daniel Hu:PowerMac:Linux 129.170.60.52:pcsa::::Strasenburgh:David Bott:Intel:NT 129.170.60.53:cecsftp::ftp::Strasenburgh:Dean Stanley:Intel:NT 129.170.60.54:jeanne::ftp::Strasenburgh:Jeanne McBride:Intel:WIN98 129.170.60.55:atlas::http::Strasenburgh:Dean Stanley:Intel:NT 129.170.60.56:cecs::http::Strasenburgh:Dean Stanley:Intel:NT 129.170.60.57:honeydew2::ftp::213 Strasenburgh:Tom Bubolz:Mac:MacOS 129.170.60.58:herbie::::Strasenburgh:David Bott:Intel:WINDOWS 129.170.60.59:lizzie::::Strasenburgh:James.F.Poage:Intel:NT 129.170.60.60:agwallace::::Strasenburgh:DMS.Computing.Support:Intel:WIN95 129.170.60.61:mei-699438::::1 Strasenburgh basement:Loretta Pickett:Pitney Bowes: 129.170.60.62:knox doogie::smtp::213 Strasenburgh:Dean Stanley:Intel:Linux 129.170.60.63:bantha::::213 Strasenburgh:Dean Stanley:Sun:Solaris 129.170.60.64:maps::::219 Strasenburgh:Jim Poage:Intel:NT 129.170.60.65:gardenroom::::Gardenroom Strasenburgh:James Wallace:Printer: 129.170.60.66:daisy::::MML Bldg DMS:James Wallace:Printer: 129.170.60.67:animal::::213 Strasenburgh:Dean Stanley:Intel:NT 129.170.60.68:gonzo::::213 Strasenburgh:Dean Stanley:Sun:Linux 129.170.60.69:twiv::::108 Mod Lab:Dean T. Stanley:Tandberg7000:

  1. 129.170.60.70 thru 129.170.60.249 are reserved for DHCP

129.170.61.1:strasenburgh1-ap::telnet snmp::332:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.61.2:strasenburgh2-ap::telnet snmp::outside 336:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.61.3:strasenburgh3-ap::telnet snmp::outside 340:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.61.4:strasenburgh4-ap::telnet snmp::outside 344:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.61.5:strasenburgh5-ap::telnet snmp::345:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.61.6:strasenburgh6-ap::telnet snmp::outside 1:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.61.7:strasenburgh7-ap::telnet snmp::rm 12:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.61.8:strasenburgh4-sw::::Strasenburgh BDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.61.9:strasenburgh5-sw::::Strasenburgh BDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.61.10:strasenburgh6-sw::::Strasenburgh BDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.61.11:strasenburgh7-sw::::Strasenburgh BDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.61.12:strasenburgh8-sw::::Strasenburgh BDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.61.13:strasenburgh9-sw::::Strasenburgh IDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.61.14:strasenburgh10-sw::::Strasenburgh IDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.61.15:modlab1-sw::::Mod Lab BDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.61.16:modlab2-sw::::Mod Lab BDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.61.17:modlab3-sw::::Mod Lab BDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.61.18:strasenburgh11-sw::::Strasenburgh IDF:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550: 129.170.61.19:devdog::::stras 328:James Wallace:xerox:printer 129.170.61.20:weeks1::::stras 115:James Wallace:xerox:printer 129.170.61.21:nhbon::::stras 213:Dean R. Madden:ibm:Linux 129.170.61.22:zoe::::stras 216:james wallace:ibm:windows 129.170.61.23:fom-lbcolor::::grounds garage:lori warner:hp:printer 129.170.61.24:hdrc::::stras 118:james m wallace:hp:printer 129.170.61.25:ondoctoring::::stras 113:james wallace:xerox:printer 129.170.61.26:bosco::::stras 324:james m wallace:hp:printer

129.170.61.39:redhat::::stras 312:dean.t.stanley 7/05:toshiba:windows 129.170.61.40:iecsprinter::::stras 215:james m wallace:hp:printer 129.170.61.41:vaoutcomes::::213 Strasenburgh:Dean T. Stanley:IBM:Linux 129.170.61.42:sonicdeathmonkey::::mml office:james wallace:hp:printer 129.170.61.43:fozzie::::Strasenburg rm 211:Dean Stanley:Dell:Windows 129.170.61.44:stras200xerox::::Strasenburg rm 200:James Wallace - Merilee Perkins:Xerox 4400:Printer 129.170.61.45:stras209xerox::::Strasenburg rm 209b:James Wallace - Merilee Perkins:Xerox 4400:Printer 129.170.61.46:schooner::::MML Bldg. DMS - kitchen:James Wallace:GCC Elite 1212:Printer 129.170.61.47:imagine3::::Strasenburgh 118:James Wallace:Imagistics im4510:Printer 129.170.61.48:imagine2::::Strasenburgh 304:James Wallace:Imagistics im4510:Printer 129.170.61.49:imagine1::::Strasenburgh 328:James Wallace:Imagistics im4510:Printer 129.170.61.50:dhlpmr::::Strasenburgh 122:James Wallace:Xerox:Printer 129.170.61.51:outcomes::::Strasenburgh near 330:James Wallace:Xerox:Printer 129.170.61.52:hcildq::::Strasenburgh near 303:James Wallace:Xerox:Printer 129.170.61.53:pcsaq::::Strasenburgh near 325:James Wallace:Xerox:Printer 129.170.61.54:sdmprint::::Strasenburgh 120:James Wallace:Xerox:Printer 129.170.61.55:spineprinter::::Strasenburgh rm 1:Loretta Pickett:HP:Printer 129.170.61.56:macbackupserver::::Strasenburgh 215:James Wallace:Mac G3:MacOS 129.170.61.57:cecslaserwriter::::Strasenburgh 215:James Wallace:Apple Laserwriter Pro600:Printer 129.170.61.58:cecsdiroffice::::Strasenburgh 332:James Wallace:Xerox:Printer 129.170.61.59:elmo2::::nr. Strasenburgh 312:James Wallace:Xerox:Printer 129.170.61.60:flo::::nr. Strasenburgh 213:James Wallace:HP 4050N:Printer 129.170.61.61:bigbird::::Strasenburg 213:Dean Stanley - James Wallace:Compaq Proliant MM1330:W2K 129.170.61.62:destiny::::Hallway nr. Strasenburgh 213:James Wallace:Tektronix Color:Printer 129.170.61.63:spine-pr::::Strasenburgh:Loretta.M.Pickett:HP:Printer 129.170.61.64:dhmcconferences::::Strasenburgh:Dean T. Stanley:Alpha:Linux 129.170.61.65:cms::::213 Strasenburgh:Dean T. Stanley:Alpha:Linux 129.170.61.66:pcm-desktop::::105 Strasenburgh:Christina M. Robinson:Dell:WNT 129.170.61.67:deusexmachina::::107 Strasenburgh:Christina M. Robinson:HP: 129.170.61.68:intensity::::312 Strasenburgh:Dean T. Stanley:IBM:Linux 129.170.61.69:pcsafaq::::213 Strasenburgh:Dean T. Stanley:Intel:Linux 129.170.61.70:hcild::::213 Strasenburgh:Dean T. Stanley:Intel:Linux 129.170.61.71:cfmed209::::209 Strasenburgh:James M Wallace:Xerox:printer 129.170.61.72:phaser6200n::::204a Strasenburgh:Merilee Perkins - James M Wallace:Tektronix:printer 129.170.61.73:204cfmed::::204 Strasenburgh:Merilee Perkins - James M Wallace:Xerox N2125:printer 129.170.61.74:vaqs::::213 Strasenburgh:Dean Stanley:IBM PC:Linux 129.170.61.75:aficio::::MML Bldg - main office:James Wallace:Ricoh Aficio 650:Color printer 129.170.61.76:strass-elite-2w::::Strassenburg 2nd fl:Daniel A Poor:Printer: 129.170.61.77:fimdm::::213 Strasenburgh:Dean Stanley:IBM PC:Linux 129.170.61.78:fmu6::::213 Strasenburgh:James M Wallace:intel:windows 129.170.61.79:mmlcontroller::::MML classroom:James Wallace::audiovideosystem 129.170.61.80:macarthur::::Strasenburgh 102:James Wallace:Xerox:printer 129.170.61.81:polycom2::::Strasenburgh floater:andrew.toler 12/04:polycom:other 129.170.61.82:ecs::::Strasenburgh 312:dean.t.stanley 4/05:dell:linux

  1. 129.170.61.128 thru 129.170.61.249 are reserved for DHCP

129.170.253.33:inside.straslinux-pix::::Strasenburg:Dean Stanley:Cisco:pix 129.170.253.34:linux1::::Strasenburg:Dean Stanley:computer:linux 129.170.253.35:linux2::::Strasenburg:Dean Stanley:computer:linux 129.170.253.36:linux3::::Strasenburg:Dean Stanley:computer:linux 129.170.253.37:linux4::::Strasenburg:Dean Stanley:computer:linux 129.170.253.38:linux5::::Strasenburg:Dean Stanley:computer:linux 129.170.253.39:linux6::::Strasenburg:Dean Stanley:computer:linux 129.170.253.40:linux7::::Strasenburg:Dean Stanley:computer:linux 129.170.253.41:linux8::::Strasenburg:Dean Stanley:computer:linux 129.170.253.42:linux9::::Strasenburg:Dean Stanley:computer:linux 129.170.253.43:linux10::::Strasenburg:Dean Stanley:computer:linux 129.170.253.44:linux11::::Strasenburg:Dean Stanley:computer:linux 129.170.253.45:linux12::::Strasenburg:Dean Stanley:computer:linux 129.170.253.46:linux13::::Strasenburg:Dean Stanley:computer:linux 129.170.253.47:linux14::::Strasenburg:Dean Stanley:computer:linux 129.170.253.48:linux15::::Strasenburg:Dean Stanley:computer:linux 129.170.253.49:scooter1::::213 Strasenburg:Dean Stanley:computer:linux 129.170.253.50:scooter2::::213 Strasenburg:Dean Stanley:computer:linux 129.170.253.51:linux18::::Strasenburg:Dean Stanley:computer:linux 129.170.253.52:bunsen linux19::::Strasenburg:Dean Stanley:computer:linux 129.170.253.53:linux20::::Strasenburg:Dean Stanley:computer:linux 129.170.253.54:linux21::::Strasenburg:Dean Stanley:computer:linux 129.170.253.55:linux22::::Strasenburg:Dean Stanley:computer:linux 129.170.253.56:linux23::::Strasenburg:Dean Stanley:computer:linux 129.170.253.57:linux24::::Strasenburg:Dean Stanley:computer:linux 129.170.253.58:linux25::::Strasenburg:Dean Stanley:computer:linux 129.170.253.59:linux26::::Strasenburg:Dean Stanley:computer:linux 129.170.253.60:linux27::::Strasenburg:Dean Stanley:computer:linux 129.170.253.61:linux28::::Strasenburg:Dean Stanley:computer:linux 129.170.253.62:linux29::::Strasenburg:Dean Stanley:computer:linux 129.170.253.63:linux30::::Strasenburg:Dean Stanley:computer:linux

129.170.253.97:inside.wchurchlinux-pix::::white church:Dean Stanley:Cisco:pix 129.170.253.98:chlinux1::::white church:Dean Stanley:: 129.170.253.99:chlinux2::::white church:Dean Stanley:: 129.170.253.100:chlinux3::::white church:Dean Stanley:: 129.170.253.101:chlinux4::::white church:Dean Stanley:: 129.170.253.102:chlinux5::::white church:Dean Stanley:: 129.170.253.103:chlinux6::::white church:Dean Stanley:: 129.170.253.104:chlinux7::::white church:Dean Stanley:: 129.170.253.105:chlinux8::::white church:Dean Stanley:: 129.170.253.106:chlinux9::::white church:Dean Stanley:: 129.170.253.107:chlinux10::::white church:Dean Stanley:: 129.170.253.108:chlinux11::::white church:Dean Stanley:: 129.170.253.109:chlinux12::::white church:Dean Stanley:: 129.170.253.110:chlinux13::::white church:Dean Stanley:: 129.170.253.111:chlinux14::::white church:Dean Stanley:: 129.170.253.112:chlinux15::::white church:Dean Stanley:: 129.170.253.113:chlinux16::::white church:Dean Stanley:: 129.170.253.114:chlinux17::::white church:Dean Stanley:: 129.170.253.115:chlinux18::::white church:Dean Stanley:: 129.170.253.116:chlinux19::::white church:Dean Stanley:: 129.170.253.117:chlinux20::::white church:Dean Stanley:: 129.170.253.118:chlinux21::::white church:Dean Stanley:: 129.170.253.119:chlinux22::::white church:Dean Stanley:: 129.170.253.120:chlinux23::::white church:Dean Stanley:: 129.170.253.121:chlinux24::::white church:Dean Stanley:: 129.170.253.122:chlinux25::::white church:Dean Stanley:: 129.170.253.123:chlinux26::::white church:Dean Stanley:: 129.170.253.124:chlinux27::::white church:Dean Stanley:: 129.170.253.125:chlinux28::::white church:Dean Stanley:: 129.170.253.126:chlinux29::::white church:Dean Stanley:: 129.170.253.127:chlinux30::::white church:Dean Stanley::

129.170.210.1:sudi-210.ropeferry1-crt::::Ropeferry BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:

129.170.212.1:sudi-212.ropeferry1-crt::::Ropeferry BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:

129.170.212.3:sudikoff3-sw::telnet snmp::Sudikoff:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-12: 129.170.212.26:cs::::Sudikoff:Wayne Cripps:DS5000:UNIX 129.170.212.120:bioportal::::Sudikoff:David Jewell:SGI:IRIX 129.170.213.234:chillerplant1-ac.cs::::Chiller plant:John J Biele:door access controller: 129.170.214.136:cssa::::berry 2:Weihong Wang, Qianqian Fang:other:linux 129.170.215.30:althing::::sudi:Anna Shubina:Dell OptiPlex GX200:Linux 129.170.215.31:hebca::::sudi:scott rea:cisco/linksys:switch 129.170.192.1:sudi-192.ropeferry1-crt::::Ropeferry BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.192.3:sudikoff2-sw::::Sudikoff BDF:Charlie Clark:BAY-350: 129.170.192.104:cs-01.grid::::sudikoff:james dobson:: 129.170.192.105:cs-02.grid::::sudikoff:james dobson:: 129.170.192.106:cs-03.grid::::sudikoff:james dobson:: 129.170.192.107:cs-04.grid::::sudikoff:james dobson:: 129.170.192.108:cs-05.grid::::sudikoff:james dobson:: 129.170.192.109:cs-06.grid::::sudikoff:james dobson::

  1. 129.170.9.80/29 is connected via an IPSEC tunnel to sphincter

129.170.9.82:new-omnibox::::Switchroom:Charlie Wilber:Omnitronicks:

  1. Addresses up to 129.170.64.20 are reserved for Network Services.
  2. The rest of the addresses in 129.170.64.0/22 are managed by Thayer School.
  3. 129.170.64.2:cummings7-sw::::224 Cummings comm closet:Charlie Clark:Bay450:

129.170.64.3:cummings3-sw::::Cummings:Charlie Clark:BAY-450: 129.170.64.4:cummings2-sw::::Cummings:Charlie Clark:BAY-301:224 129.170.64.5:cummings4-sw::::Cummings:Charlie Clark:BAY-450: 129.170.64.6:cummings6-sw::snmp::Cummings:Charlie Clarke:BAY-301: 129.170.64.7:cummings5-sw::snmp::Cummings:Charlie Clarke:BAY-301: 129.170.64.8:cummings3-hub thayer-hub-3::::224 Cummings comm closet 2:Charlie Clark:ASANTE-1012: 129.170.64.9:cummings9-sw.thayer::::Cummings BDF:Charlie Clarke:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.64.10:cummings10-sw.thayer::::Cummings BDF:Charlie Clarke:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.64.11:cummings11-sw.thayer::::Cummings BDF:Charlie Clarke:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.64.12:cummings12-sw.thayer::::Cummings BDF:Charlie Clarke:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.64.13:cummings13-sw.thayer::::Cummings BDF:Charlie Clarke:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.64.14:cummings14-sw.thayer::::Cummings BDF:Charlie Clarke:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.64.15:cummings15-sw.thayer::::Cummings BDF:Charlie Clarke:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.64.16:cummings16-sw.thayer::::Cummings BDF:Charlie Clarke:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.64.17:cummings17-sw.thayer::::Cummings BDF:Charlie Clarke:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.64.18:cummings18-sw.thayer::::Cummings BDF:Charlie Clarke:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.64.19:cummings19-sw.thayer::::Cummings BDF:Charlie Clarke:Cisco 3550-48:

129.170.64.240:cummings20-sw.thayer::::Cummings BDF:Charlie Clarke:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.64.241:cummings21-sw.thayer::::Cummings IDF:Charlie Clarke:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.64.242:cummings22-sw.thayer::::Cummings IDF:Charlie Clarke:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.64.243:cummings23-sw.thayer::::Cummings IDF:Charlie Clarke:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.64.244:cummings24-sw.thayer::::Cummings IDF:Charlie Clarke:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.64.245:cummings25-sw.thayer::::Cummings IDF:Charlie Clarke:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.64.246:cummings26-sw.thayer::::Cummings IDF:Charlie Clarke:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.64.247:cummings27-sw.thayer::::Cummings IDF:Charlie Clarke:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.64.248:cummings28-sw.thayer::::Cummings IDF:Charlie Clarke:Cisco 3550-48:

  1. 129.170.65.61:cummings1-ap::telnet snmp::Sub Basement S:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.68.4:cummings1-sw::::Cummings Comm closet A:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-12: 129.170.69.9:cummings7-sw::::224 Cummings comm closet:Charlie Clark:Bay450: 129.170.69.52:aruba-cummings1-wsw::::Thayer School:David Bourque:Aruba 5000:

129.170.176.1:t176.berry1-crt::::Berry machine room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS 129.170.176.2:test1-sw::telnet snmp::Berry Basement:Charlie Clark:Asante 6224:

  1. 129.170.176.3:aruba-local1-mgt::telnet::Berry Basement:Jason Jeffords David Bourque:Aruba:
  2. 129.170.176.4:aruba-master-mgt::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba5000:
  3. 129.170.176.5:aruba-local2-mgt::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba5000:

129.170.176.6:test2-sw::::charlie clark 2/05:?:?

  1. 129.170.176.6:aruba-local3-mgt::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba5000:

129.170.176.7:t176-ap::telnet snmp::Berry Basement:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.176.10:nlanr-amp::::Berry MR, rack 11A:Steve Campbell:Intel:BSD 129.170.176.11:alarmspro::::Berry MR:Michael Hogan:environmental monitoring: 129.170.176.13:darkstar::::Berry Basement:Charlie Clark:MAC-G4:MacOS 129.170.176.14:darkstar-testing::::Berry Basement:Charlie Clark:: 129.170.176.17:ssd::::Berry:Sean Dunten:MAC-650:MacOS 129.170.176.18:ssdg4::::Berry:Sean Dunten:MAC-G4:MacOS 129.170.176.20:baker2-aps::telnet::Baker:Dave Kotz, 01/03:Intel:linux

  1. 129.170.176.21:aruba-berry1-tmgt::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba 5000:
  2. 129.170.176.22:aruba-berry2-tmgt::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba 5000:
  3. 129.170.176.23:aruba-berry3-tmgt::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba 5000:
  4. 129.170.176.24:aruba-berry4-tmgt::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba 5000:

129.170.176.25:bluespruce::::berry mr:jason jeffords:fedroacore:linux 129.170.176.26:cisco-tester1-sw::::Paul Lee charlie clark:cisco 6506: 129.170.176.27:percy::::Paul.D.Schmidt 2/05:powerbook G4:osx

129.170.176.31:chazz-test1::::charlie clark:test ip addresses: 129.170.176.32:chazz-test2::::charlie clark:test ip addresses: 129.170.176.33:chazz-test3::::charlie clark:test ip addresses: 129.170.176.34:chazz-test4::::charlie clark:test ip addresses: 129.170.176.40:hppxe::::Dave Avery:hp test blade server: 129.170.176.41:hpblade7::::Dave Avery:hp test blade server:

129.170.178.1:sn178.berry2-crt::::Berry machine room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS 129.170.178.2:sn178-2-sw::::Berry Machine Room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550:IOS 129.170.178.3:sn178-3-sw::::Berry Machine Room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550:IOS 129.170.178.50:vfs1::::Berry Machine Room:Charlie Clark:video stremming server: 129.170.178.51:vfs2::::Berry Machine Room:Charlie Clark:video stremming server: 129.170.178.178:vbrick::::Berry Machine Room:network services:vbrick head end:

  1. 129.170.178.230 thru 249 are DHCP

129.170.180.1:pkitest1.berry1-crt::::Berry machine room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS 129.170.180.2:pki-lab-test::telnet snmp::Berry Basement:Punch Taylor:Cisco 350:

  1. 129.170.180.5 thru 129.170.180.14 are DHCP.

129.170.180.17:pkitest2.berry1-crt::::Berry machine room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS

  1. 129.170.180.20 thru 129.170.180.30 are DHCP.
  2. 129.170.181.20 thru .100 is DHCP.

129.170.243.1:theta-delta.switchroom1-crt::::Telephone Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.243.2:tdx1-hub::::Network Closet, Theta Delta Chi:Chris Lentz, 8/00:Cabletron MXRI-24: 129.170.243.3:theta-delta-chi1-sw::::11 W Wheelock - Theta Delta Chi:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.243.5:tdx::::Theta Delta Chi:Chris Lentz, 8/00:Intel:Linux 129.170.243.6:tdx-root-ap::::Theta Delta Chi:Chris Lentz, 8/00:AP of some sort: 129.170.243.8:gobble::::Theta Delta Chi:Zachary M. Berke & Chris Lentz, 5/02:Intel:Linux

  1. 129.170.243.10 through 129.170.243.120 are reserved for DHCP.

129.170.243.121:gww-bart-1-root-wb::::Theta Delta Chi attic:Zachary M. Berke & Chris Lentz, 5/02:: 129.170.243.122:gww-bart-2-repeater-wb:::: 18 W. Wheelock:Zachary M. Berke & Chris Lentz, 5/02:: 129.170.243.123:gww-bart-3-repeater-wb:::: 21 W. Wheelock:Zachary M. Berke & Chris Lentz, 5/02:: 129.170.243.124:gww-homer-1-root-wb::::Theta Delta Chi attick:Zachary M. Berke & Chris Lentz, 5/02:: 129.170.243.125:gww-homer-2-repeater-wb:::: 36 W. Wheelock:Zachary M. Berke & Chris Lentz, 5/02:: 129.170.243.126:gww-homer-3-repeater-wb:::: 41 W. Wheelock:Zachary M. Berke & Chris Lentz, 5/02::

129.170.109.1:topliff.switchroom1-crt::::Telephone Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.109.5:topliff1-ac::::Topliff:Keith.A.Cutting:Lenel access controller:

  1. 129.170.109.6:topliff1-ap::telnet snmp::3rd fl chase NW:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.109.7:topliff2-ap::telnet snmp::3rd fl junction:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.109.8:topliff3-ap::telnet snmp::above 322:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.109.9:topliff4-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl chase NW:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  5. 129.170.109.10:topliff5-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl junction:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  6. 129.170.109.11:topliff6-ap::telnet snmp::above 122:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.109.13:topliff2-sw::::Topliff:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.109.14:topliff3-sw::::Topliff:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.109.15:topliff4-sw::::Topliff:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.109.16:topliff5-sw::::Topliff:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.109.17:topliff6-sw::::Topliff:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.109.18:pianissimo::::topliff 407:hiram shaish 05/04:ibm:windows

  1. 129.170.109.20 through 129.170.109.249 are reserved for DHCP.

129.170.36.1:tuck.murdough1-crt::::Murdough Core:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6506: 129.170.36.3:tuck2-sw::::President's House:Chazz Clark:Bay-350: 129.170.36.4:presidentshouse1-sw::::President's House:Chazz Clark:Bay 3550-48: 129.170.36.6:tuck3-sw::snmp::Tuck:Charlie Clark:IntraSwitch 6224M: 129.170.36.7:tuck4-sw::::Tuck - Stell:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24:

  1. 129.170.36.8:ph1-ap::telnet snmp::President's House:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.36.10:tuck-12::::tuck 12:Mark.Farrell 4/05:hp:printer 129.170.36.11:chase209-pr::::Chase:Mark Boughter:LaserWriter 16/600: 129.170.36.12:rrogalski::::Chase:Mark Boughter:Pentium:WIN95 129.170.36.13:foster-center::::Tuck:Mark Boughter:Pentium:WIN95

129.170.36.15:chase2b-pr::::Chase 2B:Mark Boughter:HP Printer: 129.170.36.16:joehall::smtp::Woodbury 309:Joseph M. Hall, 9/00:Intel:Linux 129.170.36.17:diego-garcia::::303 Tuck:Diego Garcia:HP:Linux 129.170.36.18:stell-mailrm::::student mailroom:Mark.Farrell 2/05:hp:printer 129.170.36.19:cib-nutd::::Woodbury 102:geoff.bronner:apple:osx 129.170.36.20:tuckcopy2::::Tuck:Stan Pyc:Pentium:NT 129.170.36.21:tuck-115-pr::::Tuck 115:Jeffery.D.Goddard:hp:printer

129.170.36.28:tucksign3::::tuck:stan.pyc 4/05:diskless controller:other 129.170.36.29:chase-laundry1::::Chase LIM room:Scot.W.Stammers:Dell:Windows 129.170.36.30:tuck309b-pr::::Murdough:Mark Boughter:LaserJet 4000: 129.170.36.31:chase309-pr::::Chase:Mark Boughter:LaserWriter 16/600: 129.170.36.32:tuck204-pr::::Tuck:Mark Boughter:LaserWriter 16/600: 129.170.36.33:tuck204b-pr::::Tuck 204b:Mark Boughter:LaserWriter 16/600: 129.170.36.34:tuck5a-pr::::5A Tuck:Tuck Computing:HP Printer: 129.170.36.35:tuck111-pr::::111 Tuck:Mark Farrell:HP Printer: 129.170.36.36:tuck-205::::Tuck:Mark Boughter:hp:printer 129.170.36.37:tuck310-pr::::Tuck:Mark Boughter:LaserWriter 16/600: 129.170.36.38:chase1b-pr::::Chase:Mark Boughter:LaserWriter Pro: 129.170.36.39:tuck104-pr::::106 Tuck:Tuck Computing:HP Printer: 129.170.36.40:woodbury-306-pr::::Woodbury 306:Mark Boughter:LaserWriter 16/600: 129.170.36.41:copyroomc-pr::::Tuck 13:Mark Boughter:Tektronix Phaser 560: 129.170.36.42:chase5-pr::::Chase 5:Mark Farrell:HP: 129.170.36.43:jimwhse2::::President's House:Lou Anne Cain:Mac G4:MacOS 129.170.36.44:woodbury-203-pr::::Woodbury 203:Gen Saur:HP: 129.170.36.45:ochanomizu::::Chase 311:Robert Burnham:HP:Linux

129.170.36.47:chase-209-pr::::Chase 209:Jeffery Goddard:HP Printer: 129.170.36.48:stell1-pr::::Stell 1:J. Mark Boughter:HP Printer: 129.170.36.49:stell2-pr::::Stell 1:J. Mark Boughter:HP Printer: 129.170.36.50:chase101-pr::::Chase 101:J. Mark Boughter:HP Printer: 129.170.36.51:tuck-reception-pr::::Tuck reception:Genevieve Saur - Tuck Computing:HP:printer 129.170.36.52:chase-4-pr-tucknt::::chase 4:Jeffery.D.Goddard 2/04:HP:printer 129.170.36.53:chase101b-pr::::Chase 101B:Tuck Computing 3/04:HP:printer 129.170.36.54:tuck312-pr::::Tuck 312:genevieve r saur 5/04:HP:printer

  1. 129.170.36.55 thru 129.170.36.249 are DHCP.

129.170.37.1:woodbury-prodrm::::Woodbury:Brian Dellinger:HP: 129.170.37.2:woodbury-109-pr::::Woodbury 109:Brian Dellinger:HP: 129.170.37.3:ph-hp1::::presidents house:Warren Belding-janet s mark:hp:printer 129.170.37.4:woodbury-211-pr::::Woodbury 211:Mark Boughter:HP: 129.170.37.5:woodbury-202-pr::::Woodbury 202:Mark Boughter:HP: 129.170.37.6:tuck108c-pr::::Tuck 108C:Brian Dellinger:HP:

129.170.37.8:woodbury-206-pr::::Woodbury 206:Mark Boughter:HP:WNT 129.170.37.9:ph-hp2::::presidents house:Warren Belding-janet s mark:hp:printer 129.170.37.10:janetmhse::::President's House:Lou Anne Cain:Mac G4:MacOS 129.170.37.11:jimwhse::::President's House:Lou Anne Cain:Mac G4:MacOS 129.170.37.12:suswhse::::President's House:Lou Anne Cain:Mac G4:MacOS

129.170.37.14:woodbury-310-pr::::Woodbury 310:Tuck Computing:HP: 129.170.37.15:tuck-114::::Tuck 2:Gen Saur:hp:printer 129.170.37.16:woodbury1-ac::::Woodbury:Keith.A.Cutting:Lenel access controller: 129.170.37.17:tuck1-ac::::Tuck:Keith.A.Cutting:Lenel access controller: 129.170.37.18:chase1-ac::::Chase:Keith.A.Cutting:Lenel access controller: 129.170.37.19:tuck7-pr::::Tuck 7:Genevieve Saur - Tuck Computing:HP:printer 129.170.37.20:tuck116-pr::::116 Tuck:Mark Farrell:HP Printer: 129.170.37.21:tuck4b-pr::::4B Tuck:Tuck Computing:HP Printer: 129.170.37.22:presidentshouse1-ac::::President's House:Keith Cutting:access controller: 129.170.37.23:patidon::::President's House:Patricia Donahue:Mac:MacOS 129.170.37.24:woodbury110-pr::::Woodbury 110:Tuck Computing:HP: 129.170.37.25:woodbury4-pr::::Woodbury:Tuck Computing:HP: 129.170.37.26:woodbury5-pr::::Woodbury:Tuck Computing:HP: 129.170.37.27:chase108-pr::::Chase:Tuck Computing - J. Mark Boughter:HP: 129.170.37.28:chase111-pr::::Chase:Tuck Computing:HP: 129.170.37.29:chase105-pr::::Chase:Tuck Computing:HP: 129.170.37.30:tuck-106::::106 Tuck:Jeffery Goddard:HP Printer: 129.170.37.31:tuck108d-pr::::Tuck 108D:Genevieve Saur:HP:printer 129.170.37.32:tuck108a-pr::::Tuck 108A:Genevieve Saur:HP:printer 129.170.37.33:woodbury1-sw::::Woodbury:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.37.34:woodbury2-sw::::Woodbury:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.37.35:woodbury3-sw::::Woodbury:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.37.36:chase1-sw::::Chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.37.37:chase2-sw::::Chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.37.38:chase3-sw::::Chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.37.39:tuck5-sw::::Tuck - Stell:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.37.40:tuck6-sw::::Tuck - Stell:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.37.41:tuck7-sw::::Tuck - Stell:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.37.42:tuck8-sw::::Tuck - Stell:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.37.43:tuck9-sw::::Tuck - Stell:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.37.44:tuck10-sw::::Tuck - Stell:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48:

  1. 129.170.37.45 thru 129.170.37.249 are DHCP.
  2. 129.170.37.255 ***END OF 37***

129.170.232.1:tuck-wireless.murdough1-crt::::Murdough Core:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6506:

  1. 129.170.232.2:buchanan1-ap::telnet snmp::Buchanan 1st Fl W:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.232.3:buchanan2-ap::telnet snmp::Buchanan 1st Fl W:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.232.4:buchanan3-ap::telnet snmp::Buchanan 3rd Fl Ctr:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.232.5:byrne1-ap::telnet snmp::Byrne:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.232.6:byrne2-ap::telnet snmp::Byrne:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.232.7:byrne3-ap::telnet snmp::Byrne:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.232.8:byrne4-ap::telnet snmp::Byrne:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.232.9:byrne5-ap::telnet snmp::Byrne:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.232.10:byrne6-ap::telnet snmp::Byrne:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.232.11:chase1-ap::telnet snmp::Chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.232.12:chase2-ap::telnet snmp::Chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

  1. 129.170.232.13:tuck1-ap::telnet snmp::Tuck:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.232.13:tucksign1-wb::webui::Tuck:Loren Hudson:Linksys WET11:

  1. 129.170.232.14:tuck2-ap::telnet snmp::Tuck:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.232.14:tucksign2-wb::webui::Tuck:Loren Hudson:D-Link DWL-G810:

  1. 129.170.232.15:tuck3-ap::telnet snmp::Tuck:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.232.16:stell1-ap::telnet snmp::Stell:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.232.17:woodbury1-ap::telnet snmp::1st Fl hall S:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.232.18:woodbury2-ap::telnet snmp::3rd Fl hall N:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  5. 129.170.232.19:murdough1-ap::telnet snmp::Murdough:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  6. 129.170.232.20:murdough2-ap::telnet snmp::Murdough:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.232.20:aruba-murdough1-vlan232::::Murdough:David Bourque:Aruba 5000:

  1. 129.170.232.21:murdough3-ap::telnet snmp::Murdough:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.232.21:aruba-berry2-vlan232::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba 5000:

  1. 129.170.232.22:murdough4-ap::telnet snmp::Murdough:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.232.23:murdough5-ap::telnet snmp::Murdough:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.232.24:murdough9-ap::telnet snmp::Murdough:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.232.25:murd-class1-ap::telnet snmp::Murdough:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  5. 129.170.232.26:murd-class2-ap::telnet snmp::Murdough:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  6. 129.170.232.27:murd-class3-ap::telnet snmp::Murdough:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  7. 129.170.232.28:whittemore1-ap::telnet snmp::Whittemore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  8. 129.170.232.29:whittemore2-ap::telnet snmp::Whittemore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  9. 129.170.232.30:whittemore3-ap::telnet snmp::Whittemore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  10. 129.170.232.31:whittemore4-ap::telnet snmp::Whittemore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  11. 129.170.232.32:whittemore5-ap::telnet snmp::Whittemore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  12. 129.170.232.33:whittemore6-ap::telnet snmp::Whittemore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  13. 129.170.232.34:whittemore7-ap::telnet snmp::Whittemore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  14. 129.170.232.35:whittemore8-ap::telnet snmp::Whittemore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  15. 129.170.232.36:chase-test1-ap::::chase bdf:charlie clark:wireless test box:
  16. 129.170.232.37:chaseWDS::telnet snmp::Chase:David Bourque:Cisco 1200:
  17. 129.170.232.38:aruba-master-vlan232::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba 5000:
  18. 129.170.232.39:aruba-local1-vlan232::::Berry Machine Room:David Bourque:Aruba 5000:

129.170.232.40:tucksign1::::tuck:stan.pyc 4/01:diskless controller:other

  1. 129.170.232.41:tucksign3::::tuck:stan.pyc 4/05:diskless controller:other

129.170.232.42:signbridge::::tuck:Lawrence.H.Hudson.III 5/05:linksys:WET11V2 wireless bridge

  1. 129.170.232.60 thru 129.170.232.254 are DHCP.
  2. 129.170.233.2 thru 129.170.233.254 are DHCP.
  3. 129.170.234.2 thru 129.170.234.254 are DHCP.
  4. 129.170.235.2 thru 129.170.235.254 are DHCP.

129.170.42.1:buchanan.murdough1-crt::ssh::Murdough Core:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6506: 129.170.42.2:buchanan1-sw::telnet snmp::Buchanan:Charlie Clarke:Asante 6524: 129.170.42.4:buchanan2-sw::telnet snmp::Buchanan:Charlie Clarke:Asante 6524: 129.170.42.5:buchanan3-sw::telnet snmp::Buchanan:Charlie Clarke:Asante 6524:

  1. 129.170.42.6:buchanan1-ap::telnet snmp::Buchanan 1st Fl W:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.42.7:buchanan2-ap::telnet snmp::Buchanan 1st Fl W:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.42.8:buchanan3-ap::telnet snmp::Buchanan 3rd Fl Ctr:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.42.9:buchanan4-sw::telnet snmp::Buchanan:Charlie Clarke:Asante 6524: 129.170.42.12:buchanan1-ac::::Buchanan:Keith.A.Cutting:Lenel access controller: 129.170.42.13:buchanan1-pr::::Buchanan:Mark Boughter:HP: 129.170.42.14:buchanan2-pr::::Buchanan:Mark Boughter:HP:

  1. 129.170.42.33 thru 129.170.42.249 are assigned to DHCP.
  2. 129.170.42.255 ***END OF 42***
  3. 129.170.115.1 thru 127 is at One Court Street, Lebanon.

129.170.115.1:upne-leb1.upne-leb1-rt::::One Court St, Lebanon:Charlie Clark:Cisco 1600: 129.170.115.2:upne1-hub::::One Court St, Lebanon:Charlie Clark:ASANTE-1012: 129.170.115.3:upne1-sw::::One Court St, Lebanon:Chazz Clark:Asante 6224: 129.170.115.4:upne-ocs-dp::::One Court St, Lebanon:david bellows:mac:macos 129.170.115.5:upne-ocs-pwd::::One Court St, Lebanon:david bellows:mac:macos

  1. 129.170.115.64 thru 129.170.115.126 are assigned to DHCP.
  2. 129.170.115.129 thru 254 is at Centerra Park.

129.170.115.129:upne-centerra.upne-centerra1-rt::::Centerra Park:Charlie Clark:Cisco 1600: 129.170.115.130:upne-centerra1-hub::::115 Centerra Park:Charlie Clark:ASANTE-1012: 129.170.115.131:upne-centerra::::centerra37 lafayette st:david bellows:mac:macos

  1. 129.170.115.192 thru 129.170.115.249 are assigned to DHCP.
  2. ***END of 115***

129.170.251.1:e11.va1-rt::::251 Hospital:Suzanne.M.Prindiville:BAY-ARN: 129.170.251.2:bldg4switch::::251 Hospital bldg 4:Peter Burchstead:other:switch

  1. 129.170.251.3:bldg4switch::::251 Hospital bldg 4:Peter Burchstead:other:switch

129.170.251.4:scanpc::::251 Hospital bldg 4:Peter Burchstead:dell:windows 129.170.251.5:vadwd4100::::251 Medical Center:Peter Burchstead:HP:printer 129.170.251.6:vares2500n::::251 Medical Center:Peter Burchstead:HP:printer 129.170.251.7:fibswvares::::251 Medical Center:Peter Burchstead:switch: 129.170.251.8:sinclairhp1160::::251 Hospital bldg 44:Peter Burchstead:Hp:printer 129.170.251.9:ir5000::::251 Hospital bldg 4:Peter Burchstead:copier:printer 129.170.251.10:howell::::251 Hospital T44/101:Alexandra L. Howell:Mac:MacOS 129.170.251.11:ir400::::251 Hospital PTSD Center:Peter Burchstead:Xerox: 129.170.251.12:ptsdlaser::::251 Hospital PTSD Center:Peter Burchstead:HP 4550N: 129.170.251.13:sinclairhp2200::::251 Hospital PTSD Center:Peter Burchstead:Hp 2200:printer 129.170.251.14:hpoutcomes41::::251 Hospital bldg 39:Peter Burchstead:HP:printer 129.170.251.15:b1r213p1::::251 medical center lab:Peter Burchstead:HP:printer 129.170.251.16:outcomescisco::::251 Hospital PTSD Center:Peter Burchstead:switch/router: 129.170.251.17:vabldg44hp::::251 Hospital Bldg 44:Peter Burchstead:HP Printer: 129.170.251.18:ptsdbldg44g107::::251 Hospital Bldg 44:Peter Burchstead:HP Printer: 129.170.251.19:varbldg44gf::::251 Hospital Bldg 44 ground fl:Peter Burchstead:Cisco 2950: 129.170.251.20:varbldg441stfl::::251 Hospital Bldg 44 1st fl:Peter Burchstead:Cisco 2950: 129.170.251.21:varbldg442ndfl1::::251 Hospital Bldg 44 2nd fl:Peter Burchstead:Cisco 2950: 129.170.251.22:varbldg442ndfl2::::251 Hospital Bldg 44 2nd fl:Peter Burchstead:Cisco 2950: 129.170.251.23:outcomes840::::251 Hospital Bldg 39:Peter Burchstead:printer: 129.170.251.24:ptsdlaser2::::251 Hospital bldg 4:Peter Burchstead:HP:printer 129.170.251.25:ptsdresource::::251 Hospital bldg 4:Peter Burchstead:HP:printer 129.170.251.26:va26::::251 Hospital bldg 4:Peter Burchstead:: 129.170.251.27:va27::::251 Hospital bldg 4:Peter Burchstead:: 129.170.251.28:va28::::251 Hospital bldg 4:Peter Burchstead:: 129.170.251.29:va29::::251 Hospital bldg 4:Peter Burchstead:: 129.170.251.30:va30::::251 Hospital bldg 4:Peter Burchstead:: 129.170.251.31:va31::::251 Hospital bldg 4:Peter Burchstead:: 129.170.251.32:va32::::251 Hospital bldg 4:Peter Burchstead:: 129.170.251.33:va33::::251 Hospital bldg 4:Peter Burchstead:: 129.170.251.34:va34::::251 Hospital bldg 4:Peter Burchstead:: 129.170.251.35:va35::::251 Hospital bldg 4:Peter Burchstead:: 129.170.251.36:va36::::251 Hospital bldg 4:Peter Burchstead:: 129.170.251.37:va37::::251 Hospital bldg 4:Peter Burchstead:: 129.170.251.38:va38::::251 Hospital bldg 4:Peter Burchstead:: 129.170.251.39:va39::::251 Hospital bldg 4:Peter Burchstead:: 129.170.251.40:va40::::251 Hospital bldg 4:Peter Burchstead::

  1. 129.170.251.45 thru 129.170.251.126 are assigned to DHCP.
  2. ***END of 251 LOW(0 to 127)***
  3. 129.170.251.179 thru 129.170.251.254 are DHCP.
  4. ***END of 251 HIGH(128 to 255)***

129.170.252.129:17valley-rd.switchroom1-crt::::Telephone Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509: 129.170.252.131:17valley1-ap::telnet snmp::17 Valley Rd:Charlie Clark:Cisco 340:

  1. 129.170.252.132 thru 129.170.252.133 are assigned to DHCP.

129.170.252.134:nighthawk::telnet snmp::17 Valley Rd:s.bradley.noblet:Intel:Linux

  1. 129.170.252.135 thru 129.170.252.158 are assigned to DHCP.

129.170.84.1:vpn.berry1-crt::::Berry Machine Room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS 129.170.84.10:private.vpn1::::Berry Machine Room:Jason Jeffords:Cisco 3300:IOS 129.170.84.11:private.vpn2::::Berry Machine Room:Jason Jeffords:Cisco 3300:IOS

129.170.236.1:webster-ave.berry1-crt::::Berry machine room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:IOS 129.170.236.2:kappa-theta1-sw::::15 Webster Ave:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3524: 129.170.236.3:alpha-al1-sw::::13 Webster Ave:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3524: 129.170.236.4:sig-ep1-sw::::11 Webster Ave:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3524: 129.170.236.5:kappa-ep1-sw::::9 Webster Ave:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3524: 129.170.236.6:chi-ep1-sw::::7 Webster Ave:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3524: 129.170.236.7:phi-delt1-sw::::5 Webster Ave:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3524: 129.170.236.8:tabard1-sw::::3 Webster Ave:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3524: 129.170.236.9:tri-kap1-sw::::1 Webster Ave:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3524: 129.170.236.10:gamma-delt1-sw::::30 N Main:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3524: 129.170.236.11:tri-delt1-sw::::1 Occom Ridge:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3524: 129.170.236.12:alpha-xi1-sw::::6 Webster Ave:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3524:

  1. 129.170.236.13 is reserved for the Zeta Psi building at 8 Webster if it ever gets service.

129.170.236.14:bonesgate1-sw::::10 Webster Ave:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3524: 129.170.236.15:sigma-nu1-sw::::12 Webster Ave:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3524: 129.170.236.16:kappa-theta1-ap::::15 Webster Ave:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.236.17:kappa-theta2-ap::::15 Webster Ave:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

  1. 129.170.236.18:tri-delt1-ap::telnet snmp::1 Occom Ridge:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.236.19:phi-delt1-ap::telnet snmp::5 Webster Ave:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

  1. 129.170.236.20:kappa-ep1-ap::telnet snmp::9 Webster Ave:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.236.21:tabard1-ap::::Tabard:Charlie Clark:wireless:access point

  1. 129.170.236.22:alpha-al1-ap::telnet snmp::13 Webster Ave:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.236.23:sigma-nu1-ap::telnet snmp::Sigma Nu:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350: 129.170.236.24:sigmanu::::sigma nu library:nathaniel ward:sun:linux 129.170.236.25:alpha-al2-sw::::13 Webster Ave:Charlie Clark:Cisco 2550-24 poe: 129.170.236.26:alpha-al-uds10::::13 Webster laundry room:scot.stammers 12/04:lantronix uds10:other 129.170.236.27:kappa-ep-uds10::::9 Webster laundry room:scot.stammers 12/04:lantronix uds10:other 129.170.236.28:kappa-theta-uds10::::15 Webster laundry room:scot.stammers 12/04:lantronix uds10:other

  1. 129.170.237.1-254, 238.1-254, and 239.1-249 are reserved for DHCP.

129.170.240.1:wheeler.fairchild1-crt::::Fairchild Map Room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6506: 129.170.240.4:wheeler1-ac::::Wheeler:Keith.A.Cutting:Lenel access controller:

  1. 129.170.240.6:wheeler1-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl NW chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.240.7:wheeler2-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl SE chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.240.8:wheeler3-ap::telnet snmp::4th fl NW chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.240.9:wheeler4-ap::telnet snmp::1st fl SE chase:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.240.11:roark::::Wheeler 403:Bradford C. Frese, 1/02:Intel:Linux 129.170.240.12:wheeler2-sw::::Wheeler:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.240.13:wheeler3-sw::::Wheeler:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.240.14:wheeler4-sw::::Wheeler:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.240.15:singleton::::311 wheeler:Matthew A Singleton, 3/03:Dell:WNT

  1. 129.170.240.50 through 129.170.240.249 are reserved for DHCP.

129.170.158.1:whipple1.whipple1-rt::::Whipple Place:Charlie Clark:Cisco 1600: 129.170.158.2:whipple1-sw::::Whipple Place, Lebanon:Chazz Clark:Asante 6224M: 129.170.158.10:mchugo::::Whipple Place:Greg McHugo:hp:2300dnprinter 129.170.43.1:whittemore.murdough1-crt::ssh::Murdough Core:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6506: 129.170.43.3:whittemore2-sw::::Whittemore BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 2924: 129.170.43.4:whittemore3-sw::::Whittemore BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 2924: 129.170.43.5:whittemore4-sw::::Whittemore BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 2924: 129.170.43.6:whittemore5-sw::::Whittemore BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 2924: 129.170.43.7:whittemore6-sw::::Whittemore BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 2924: 129.170.43.8:whittemore7-sw::::Whittemore BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 2924: 129.170.43.10:whittemore-metasys::::Whittemore:Larry Battis:Metasys: 129.170.43.11:whittemore-bcenter1-pr::::Whittemore BRC:J Mark Boughter:HP Printer: 129.170.43.12:whittemore-study1-pr::::Whittemore Level 1:J Mark Boughter:HP Printer: 129.170.43.13:whittemore-study2-pr::::Whittemore Level 2:J Mark Boughter:HP Printer: 129.170.43.14:whittemore-lounge-pr::::Whittemore Level 4:J Mark Boughter:HP Printer:

129.170.43.19:whittemore-bcenterc-pr::::Whittemore Bus. Ctr.:J Mark Boughter:HP Printer:

  1. 129.170.43.21:whittemore1-ap::telnet snmp::Whittemore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.43.22:whittemore2-ap::telnet snmp::Whittemore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  3. 129.170.43.23:whittemore3-ap::telnet snmp::Whittemore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  4. 129.170.43.24:whittemore4-ap::telnet snmp::Whittemore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  5. 129.170.43.25:whittemore5-ap::telnet snmp::Whittemore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  6. 129.170.43.26:whittemore6-ap::telnet snmp::Whittemore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  7. 129.170.43.27:whittemore7-ap::telnet snmp::Whittemore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  8. 129.170.43.28:whittemore8-ap::telnet snmp::Whittemore:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.43.30:whittemore1-ac::::Whittemore:Keith.A.Cutting:Lenel access controller: 129.170.43.31:whittemore1-aps::telnet::Whittemore:Dave Kotz, 3/02:Intel:linux 129.170.43.32:whittemore1-alt-aps::telnet::Whittemore:Dave Kotz, 3/02:Intel:linux

  1. 129.170.43.33 through 129.170.43.249 are reserved for DHCP.

129.170.26.2:wilder1-sw::::Wilder BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.26.3:shattuck1-sw::::Shattuck observatory:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3524: 129.170.26.4:wilder2-sw::::Wilder BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.26.5:zeropoint::::wilder 109:Alexander.J.Rimberg 4/05:xserve:osx 129.170.26.6:wilder5-sw::::Wilder IDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.26.7:wilder6-sw::::Wilder BDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-24: 129.170.26.8:feynman::::Wilder 247:William Hamblen:Dell Dimension 4600:Linux 129.170.26.9:peterpan::::Wilder 116:Marcelo Gleiser-William Hamblen:dual G5:osx 129.170.26.10:alba::::shattuck:William.D.Hamblen 8/05:intel:linux 129.170.26.11:wilder7-sw::::Wilder IDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.26.12:ruby::::Wilder 341:William Hamblen:Dell Dimension 4600:Linux

  1. 129.170.26.13:katz::smtp telnet ftp::Wilder:John Thorstensen:VS3100:VMS

129.170.26.14:fornax::::338 Wilder:William D. Hamblen/Brian Chaboyer:Intel:Linux 129.170.26.15:chaos::smtp telnet ftp::313 Wilder:John Lyon:DEC-433AU:UNIX 129.170.26.16:lumen:northstar:smtp telnet ftp::Wilder:Richard Brittain:IBM RS/6000-340:AIX 129.170.26.17:lism::::Wilder 224:Hans-Reinhard Mueller:Intel:Linux 129.170.26.18:gravitino::::wilder 113:Robert.R.Caldwell 6/05:dell:linux 129.170.26.19:wave::::Wilder:William D. Hamblen/Richard Denton:Dell:Linux 129.170.26.20:chaconne::::Wilder 239:John Thorstensen:other:linux 129.170.26.21:wilder113::::wilder 113:William.D.Hamblen 6/05:hp:printer 129.170.26.22:starcraft::::wilder 301:Yonggang.Hu 6/05:dell: 129.170.26.23:endurance::smtp telnet ftp::Wilder 246:William Hamblen:Intel:Linux 129.170.26.24:kayz::smtp telnet ftp::Wilder 221:William Hamblen:Intel:Linux 129.170.26.25:charlemagne::::Wilder 308:Holly Sheets:mac:osx

  1. 129.170.26.26:arran::smtp telnet ftp::Wilder:Brian Chaboyer:Intel:Linux

129.170.26.27:rowan::::Wilder:Brian Chaboyer:Tektronix Phaser 840: 129.170.26.28:stellar::::338 Wilder:Brian Chaboyer and Bill Hamblen:Intel:Linux

  1. 129.170.26.29:cowardly::smtp telnet ftp::Wilder:John Lyon:Mac:UNIX

129.170.26.30:stormer:& aristotle:smtp telnet ftp::315A Wilder:Jim LaBelle:Pentium:Linux

  1. 129.170.26.31:wizard::smtp telnet ftp::Wilder:John Lyon:DEC:Linux

129.170.26.32:heather::smtp telnet ftp::Wilder:Brian Chaboyer:DEC:Unix 129.170.26.33:seismo::::Shattuck:Leslie Sonder:PC:OS/2 129.170.26.34:bellz::smtp telnet ftp::Wilder:William D. Hamblen:Intel:Linux 129.170.26.35:tinman::telnet smtp ftp::303 Wilder:John Lyon:Intel:Linux 129.170.26.36:strawman::telnet smtp ftp::303 Wilder:John Lyon:Alpha:Tru64 129.170.26.37:bose::::Wilder 242:Bill Hamblen:Intel:Linux

  1. 129.170.26.38:scupper::::Wilder:David Montgomery:HDS X-terminal:X

129.170.26.39:gaia::::Wilder:Bill Hamblen:SGI Indigo-2:IRIX 129.170.26.40:zeno::::Wilder:Walter (Jay) Lawrence:Intel:Linux 129.170.26.41:myst::smtp telnet ftp::Shattuck/Wilder:John G. Lyon:Intel:Linux 129.170.26.42:phys-01.grid::::wilder:James E. Dobson::

  1. 129.170.26.43:habu::::Wilder:William D. Hamblen/Rob Fesen:Intel:Linux

129.170.26.44:astro0::::Wilder:William D. Hamblen:Intel:Linux 129.170.26.45:astro1::::Wilder:William D. Hamblen:Intel:Linux 129.170.26.46:astro2::::Wilder:William D. Hamblen:Intel:Linux 129.170.26.47:phys-02.grid::::wilder:James E. Dobson:: 129.170.26.48:galaxy::telnet smtp ftp::Wilder:Robert Fesen:SparClassic 4/15:SunOS 129.170.26.49:spectrum::::Wilder:William D. Hamblen:Tektronix/Xerox Phaser 740 Plus: 129.170.26.50:astro3::::Wilder:William D. Hamblen:Intel:Linux 129.170.26.51:astro4::::Wilder:William D. Hamblen:Intel:Linux 129.170.26.52:hobbes::telnet smtp ftp::Wilder:Richard Brittain:Sun-SS1:SunOS 129.170.26.53:astro5::::Wilder:William D. Hamblen:Intel:Linux 129.170.26.54:astro6::::Wilder:William D. Hamblen:Intel:Linux

  1. 129.170.26.55:matisse::telnet smtp ftp::Wilder:Richard Brittain:SGI-Indy:IRIX

129.170.26.56:p3lab-p::::Wilder 218:William D. Hamblen:HP:printer 129.170.26.57:cism::::Wilder 101:William D. Hamblen:xerox:printer 129.170.26.58:astro7::::Wilder:William D. Hamblen:Intel:Linux 129.170.26.59:astro8::::Wilder:William D. Hamblen:Intel:Linux 129.170.26.60:nucleon::::shattuck north:timothy smith-bill hamblen: 129.170.26.61:draco::::Wilder 338:William D. Hamblen:Intel:Linux 129.170.26.62:phys-03.grid::::wilder:James E. Dobson:: 129.170.26.63:tides::smtp telnet ftp::Wilder:Cassandra Fesen:Sun-IPX:SunOS 129.170.26.64:phys-04.grid::::wilder:James E. Dobson:: 129.170.26.65:astro9::::Wilder:William D. Hamblen:Intel:Linux 129.170.26.66:smudge::::Wilder:William D. Hamblen:HP-LaserJet: 129.170.26.67:hertz::::Wilder:Hank Harjes:Intel:NT 129.170.26.68:partita::smtp telnet ftp::239 Wilder:John Thorstensen:Intel:Linux 129.170.26.69:logos::smtp telnet ftp::Wilder 116:William D. Hamblen:Compaq Alpha:DEC UNIX 129.170.26.70:bugdozer::smtp::317B Wilder:William D. Hamblen:Intel:Linux 129.170.26.71:smc::::wilder 338:William D. Hamblen 3/04:Intel:Linux 129.170.26.72:phys-05.grid::::wilder:James E. Dobson:: 129.170.26.73:dactyl::::wilder 305:Nathaniel Paust:other:linux 129.170.26.74:neverland::::wilder 116:William D Hamblen:other:printer 129.170.26.75:nova::::Wilder:William D. Hamblen/Rob Fesen:Intel:Linux 129.170.26.76:rockhopper::smtp::Shattuck:John G. Lyon:DS10:Linux 129.170.26.77:phys-06.grid::::wilder:James E. Dobson:: 129.170.26.78:sdesadmin::::1 Wilder:David Collins:Mac/Power-PC:MAC-OS 129.170.26.79:strider::::316 Wilder:Hank Harjes:Intel:NT 129.170.26.80:bubbles::smtp telnet ftp::Wilder:Marcelo Gleiser or Bill Hamblen:DEC-ALPHA:UNIX

  1. 129.170.26.81:joule:northstar:smtp telnet ftp::Wilder:Richard Brittain:IBM RS/6000-340:AIX
  2. 129.170.26.82:titania::::Wilder:Geoff Nunes:Sun:Solaris

129.170.26.83:physics105::::Wilder 105:Nicole Hamilton:Xerox DocuPrint N17:Windows 129.170.26.84:vela::::Wilder:Daniel Patnaude:Mac:Linux 129.170.26.85:meso::::wilder 244:Yeong-Ah Soh:sun:solaris 129.170.26.86:storm::smtp telnet ftp::Wilder:Mary Hudson:SGI-Indy:IRIX 129.170.26.87:arco-iris::::Wilder:Marcelo Gleiser:HP-Printer: 129.170.26.88:snr::smtp telnet ftp::Wilder:Robert Fesen:Sun-SS5:SunOS

  1. 129.170.26.89:wilder-xterm::::111 Wilder:Wayne Cripps:X-terminal:

129.170.26.90:drew::smtp telnet ftp::Wilder:William Hamblen:PC:Linux

  1. 129.170.26.91:ohm:northstar:smtp telnet ftp::Wilder:Richard Brittain:IBM RS/6000-340:AIX

129.170.26.92:super::::Wilder:William Hamblen:HP LaserJet 2100TN: 129.170.26.93:tornado::smtp telnet ftp::303 Wilder:Michael Wiltberger:Intel:Linux 129.170.26.94:astroprint::::Wilder Lab 200:William D. Hamblen:Xerox: 129.170.26.95:darkmatter::smtp::Wilder 338:William D. Hamblen:Intel:Linux 129.170.26.96:remnant::::Wilder:Daniel Patnaude:Mac:Linux

  1. 129.170.26.97:hitchhiker::::Wilder:Michael Wiltberger, 6/00:Intel:Linux
  2. 129.170.26.98:siple::smtp telnet ftp::Wilder:Richard Brittain:PC:Linux

129.170.26.99:cosmos::smtp::Wilder 338:William D. Hamblen:Intel:Linux

  1. 129.170.26.100:caldwell::smtp::Wilder 235:Robert R. Caldwell:Intel:Linux

129.170.26.101:bigbang::smtp::Wilder 237:Robert R. Caldwell:Intel:Linux

  1. 129.170.26.102:eon::smtp::Wilder 113:William Hamblen:Intel:Linux

129.170.26.103:aristotle dataspa einstein newton::telnet smtp ftp::Wilder:William Hamblen:Pentium:Linux 129.170.26.104:angstrom:northstar:smtp telnet ftp::Wilder:Richard Brittain:SGI-Indy:IRIX 129.170.26.105:roentgen:northstar:smtp telnet ftp::Wilder:Richard Brittain:SGI-Indy:IRIX

  1. 129.170.26.106:langmuir::::Wilder:Richard Brittain:Pentium:DOS/Linux

129.170.26.107:homer::::Wilder 109:Barrett Rogers - William Hamblen:Intel:Linux 129.170.26.108:phys::::Wilder 220:William D Hamblen:xerox:printer 129.170.26.109:candela:northstar:smtp telnet ftp::Wilder:Richard Brittain:IBM-R6000/320:UNIX 129.170.26.110:coulomb:northstar:smtp telnet ftp::Wilder:Richard Brittain:IBM-R6000/320:UNIX 129.170.26.111:erg:northstar:smtp telnet ftp::Wilder:Richard Brittain:IBM-R6000:UNIX

  1. 129.170.26.112 to 181 is reserved for DHCP.
  2. 129.170.26.183 to 189 is reserved for DHCP.

129.170.26.190:wilder8-sw::::Wilder IDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.26.191:wilder9-sw::::Wilder IDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48:

  1. 129.170.26.192:courante::smtp::305 Wilder:John Thorstensen:DEC Aplha:DEC-UNIX
  2. 129.170.26.193:mono::::Wilder 338:William Hamblen:Xerox:

129.170.26.194:yesy::::Wilder:Shengyi Ye:Intel:W9x 129.170.26.195:shredder2::::Wilder 102:Nicole Hamilton:Xerox DocuPrint N17:Windows 129.170.26.196:graviton::smtp::Wilder 338:Robert R. Caldwell:Intel:Linux

  1. 129.170.26.197:glenda::smtp::Shattuck:William D. Hamblen:Intel:Linux

129.170.26.198:leo1::::Wilder 238:William Hamblen:AMD:Linux 129.170.26.199:kansas::::Shattuck:John Lyon:DEC:Linux 129.170.26.200:parallax::::Wilder 302:Nathaniel E Paust, 10/01:Mac:Linux 129.170.26.201:birkeland::::Wilder 303A:Kristina Lynch - William Hamblen:Dell:Linux 129.170.26.202:carina::::Wilder 305:Brian Chaboyer - William D. Hamblen:Intel:Linux 129.170.26.203:ngc::::Wilder 342:Robert Fesen - Bill Hamblen:Intel:Linux 129.170.26.204:wilder10-sw::::Wilder IDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.26.205:lmc::::Wilder 338:Brian Chaboyer - Bill Hamblen:Intel:Linux 129.170.26.206:astrosphere::::Wilder 244:Hans-Reinhard Mueller:Alpha:Linux 129.170.26.207:wilder11-sw::::Wilder IDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.26.208:coherent-scribe::::1 Wilder:David Collins:Xerox:printer 129.170.26.209:he3::::Shattuck:Timothy Smith:Other intel:Linux

  1. 129.170.26.210 to 230 is reserved for DHCP.

129.170.26.231:space::::202 Wilder:William Hamblen:Other intel:Windows 129.170.26.232:weather::::202 Wilder:William Hamblen:Other intel:Windows 129.170.26.233:southpole2::::315A Wilder:William Hamblen - Shengyi Ye:Other intel:Windows 129.170.26.234:vme::::shattuck north wing:timothy.p.smith 1/05:Motorla:linux 129.170.26.235:dragonfly::::wilder 308:Jenica Nelan 11/04:powerbook:osx

  1. 129.170.26.236 to 247 is reserved for DHCP.

129.170.26.248:largent::::wilder 220a:John.R.Largent.III 5/05:imac:osx 129.170.26.249:crestest.b::::Wilder:Andrew Faunce:Crestron eControl: 129.170.26.251:pandora::::wilder 306:William.D.Hamblen 05/05:dell:linux 129.170.26.252:wilder4-sw::::Wilder IDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.26.253:wilder3-sw::::Wilder IDF:Charlie Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.26.254:wilder.fairchild1-crt::::Fairchild Map Room:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6506: 129.170.151.1:wilson.switchroom1-crt::::Telephone Switchroom:Charlie Clark:Cisco 6509:

  1. 129.170.151.6:wilson1-ap::telnet snmp::Wilson:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:
  2. 129.170.151.7:wilson2-ap::telnet snmp::Wilson:Charlie Clark:Cisco 350:

129.170.151.8:wilson2-sw::::Wilson:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48: 129.170.151.9:wilson3-sw::::Wilson:Chazz Clark:Cisco 3550-48:

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Forsooth

Frank Duckworth, editor of the Royal Statistical Society's newsletter RSS NEWS has given us permission to include items from their Forsooth column which they extract forsooth items from media sources.

Of course we would be happy to have readers add items they feel are worthy of a forsooth!

From the February 2005 RSS news we have:

Glasgow's odds (on a white Christmas)

had come in to 8-11, while Aberdeen was at 5-6, meaning snow in both cities

is considered almost certain.

BBC website
22 December 2004


From the May 2005 RSS News:

He tried his best--but in the end newborn Casey-James May missed out on a 48 million-to-one record by four minutes. His father Sean, grandfather Dered and great-grandfather Alistair were all born on the same date - March 2. But Casey-James was delivered at 12.04 am on March 3....

Metro
10 March 2005


In the US, those in the poorest households have nearly four times the risk of death of those in the richest.

Your World report
May 2004

Misperception of minorities and immigrants

Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science is a statistics Blog. It is maintained by Andrew Gelman, a statistician in the Departments of Statistics and Political Science at Columbia University.

You will find lots of interesting statistics discussion here. Andrew also gave a link to a cartoon in which Superman shows how he would estimate the number of beans in a jar. This also qualifies as a forsooth item.

In a July 1, 2005 posting Andrew continues an earlier discussion on misperception of minorities. This earlier discussion resulted from by a note from Tyler Cowen reporting that the March Harper's Index includes the statement:

-Average percentage of UK population that Britons believe to be immigrants: 21%
-Actual percentage: 8%

Harpers gives as reference the Market & Opinion Research International (MORI). We could not find this statistic on the MORI website but we found something close to it in a Readers Digest (UK) report (November 2000) of a study "Britain Today - Are We An Intolerant Nation?" that MORI did for the Readers Digest (UK) in 2000. The Digest reports:

  • A massive eight in ten (80%) of British adults believe that refugees come to this country because they regard Britain as 'a soft touch'.
  • Two thirds (66%) think that 'there are too many immigrants in Britain'.
  • Almost two thirds (63%) feel that 'too much is done to help immigrants'.
  • Nearly four in ten (37%) feel that those settling in this country 'should not maintain the culture and lifestyle they had at home'.

The Digest goes on to say:

  • Respondents grossly overestimated the financial aid asylum seekers receive, believing on average that an asylum seeker gets £113 a week to live on. In fact, a single adult seeking asylum gets £36.54 a week in vouchers to be spent at designated stores. Just £10 may be converted to cash.
  • On average the public estimates that 20 per cent of the British population are immigrants. The real figure is around 4 per cent.
  • Similarly, they believe that on average 26 per cent of the population belong to an ethnic minority. The real figure is around 7 per cent.

This last statistic is pretty close to the Harper's Index and the other responses give us some idea why they might over-estimate the percentage of immigrants.

In the earlier posting, the Harper's Index comments reminded Andrew of an article in the Washington Post by Richard Morin (October 8, 1995) in which Morin discussed the results of a Post/Keiser/Harvard survey "Four Americas: Government and Social Policy Through the Eyes of America's Multi-racial and Multi-ethnic Society"

The Keiser report includes the following data:

Keiser2.jpg

Note that, while it is true that the White population significantly underestimated the number of African Americans, Latinos, and Asians, the same is true for each of these groups.

John Sides sent Andrew the following data on the estimated, and actual percentage of foreign-born residents in each of 20 European countries from the [http:www.europeansocialsurvey.org/ the multi-nation European Social Survey ] :

ForeignBorn.jpg

We see that we have signficant overestimation of the number of foreign-born residents, but Germany almost got it right. You will find further discussion on this topic by Andrew and John on the July1, 2005 posting on Andrew's blog.

DISCUSSION QUESTION:

(1) What explanations can you think of that might explain this overestimation? Can you suggest additional research that might clarify what is going on here?

I was quoting the statistics, I wasn't pretending to be a statistician

Sir Roy Meadow struck off by GMC
BBC News, 15 July 2005

Beyond reasonable doubt
Plus magazine, 2002
Helen Joyce

Multiple sudden infant deaths--coincidence or beyond coincidence
Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology 2004, 18, 320-326
Roy Hill

___________________________________________________________________________________

Sir Roy Meadow is a pediatrician, well known for his research in child abuse. The BBC article reports that the UK General Medical Council (GMC) has found Sir Roy guilty of serious professional misconduct and has "struck him off" the medical registry. If upheld under appeal this will prevent Meadow from practicing medicine in the UK.

This decision was based on a flawed statistical estimate that Meadow made while testifying as an expert witness in a 1999 trial in which a Sally Clark was found guilty of murdering her two baby boys and given a life sentence.

To understand Meadow's testimony we need to know what SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome) is. The standard definition of SIDS is:

The sudden death of a baby that is unexpected by history and in whom a thorough post-mortem examination fails to demonstrate an adequate cause of death.

The death of Sally Clark's first baby was reported as a cot death, which is another name for SIDS. Then when her second baby died she was arrested and tried for murdering both her children.

We were not able to find a transcript for the original trial, but from Lexis Nexis we found transcripts of two appeals that the Clarks made, one in October 2000 and the other in April 2003. The 2003 transcript reported on the statistical testimony in the original trial as follows:

Professor Meadow was asked about some statistical information as to the happening of two cot deaths within the same family, which at that time was about to be published in a report of a government funded multi-disciplinary research

team, the Confidential Enquiry into Sudden Death in Infancy (CESDI) entitled 'Sudden Unexpected Deaths in Infancy' to which the professor was then writing a Preface. Professor Meadow said that it was 'the most reliable study and easily the largest and in that sense the latest and the best' ever done in this country.

It was explained to the jury that there were factors that were suggested as relevant to the chances of a SIDS death within a given family; namely the age of the mother, whether there was a smoker in the household and the absence of a wage-earner in the family.

None of these factors had relevance to the Clark family and Professor Meadow was asked if a figure of 1 in 8,543 reflected the risk of there being a single SIDS within such a family. He agreed that it was. A table from the CESDI report was placed before the jury. He was then asked if the report calculated the risk of two infants dying of SIDS in that family by chance. His reply was: 'Yes, you have to multiply 1 in 8,543 times 1 in 8,543 and I think it gives that in the penultimate paragraph. It points out that it's approximately a chance of 1 in 73 million.'

It seems that at this point Professor Meadow's voice was dropping and so the figure was repeated and then Professor Meadow added: 'In England, Wales and Scotland there are about say 700,000 live births a year, so it is saying by chance that happening will occur about once every hundred years.'

Mr. Spencer [for the prosecution] then pointed to the suspicious features alleged by the Crown in this present case and asked: 'So is this right, not only would the chance be 1 in 73 million but in addition in these two deaths there are features, which would be regarded as suspicious in any event?' He elicited the reply 'I believe so'.

All of this evidence was given without objection from the defence but Mr. Bevan (who represented the Appellant at trial and at the first appeal but not at ours) cross--examined the doctor. He put to him figures from other research that suggested that the figure of 1 in 8,543 for a single cot death might be much too high. He then dealt with the chance of two cot deaths and Professor Meadow responded: 'This is why you take what's happened to all the children into account, and that is why you end up saying the chance of the children dying naturally in these circumstances is very, very long odds indeed one in 73 million.' He then added:

'. . . it's the chance of backing that long odds outsider at the Grand National, you know; let's say it's a 80 to 1 chance, you back the winner last year, then the next year there's another horse at 80 to 1 and it is still 80 to 1 and you back it again and it wins. Now here we're in a situation that, you know, to get to these odds of 73 million you've got to back that 1 in 80 chance four years running, so yes, you might be very, very lucky because each time it's just been a 1 in 80 chance and you know, you've happened to have won it, but the chance of it happening four years running we all know is extraordinarily unlikely. So it's the same with these deaths. You have to say two unlikely events have happened and together it's very, very, very unlikely.'

The trial judge clearly tried to divert the jury away from reliance on this statistical evidence. He said: 'I should, I think, members of the jury just sound a word of caution about the statistics. However compelling you may find them to be, we do not convict people in these courts on statistics. It would be a terrible day if that were so. If there is one SIDS death in a family, it does not mean that there cannot be another one in the same family.'

Note that Meadow obtained the odds of 73 million to one from the CESDI report so there is some truth to the statement "I was quoting the statistics, I wasn't pretending to be a statistician" that Meadow made to the General Medical Council. Note also that both Meadow and the Judge took this statistic seriously and must have felt that it was evidence that Sally Clark was guilty. This was also true of the press. The Sunday Mail (Queenstand, Australia) had an article titled "Mum killed her babies" in which we read:

Medical experts gave damning evidence that the odds of both children dying from cot death were 73 million to one.

There are two obvious problems with this 1 in 73 million statistic: (1) Meadow assumed that in a family like the Clarks the events the "first child has a SIDS death" and "the second child has a SIDS death" are independent events. Because of environmental and genetics effects it seems very unlikely this is the case. (2) The 73 million to 1 odds might suggest to the jury that there is a 1 in 73 million chance that Sally Clark is innocent. The medical experts testimonies were very technical and some were contradictory. The 1 in 73 million odds were something the jury would at least feel that they understood. If you gave these odds to your Uncle George and asked him if Sally Clark is guilty he will very likely say "yes".

The 73 million to 1 odds for SIDS deaths are useless to the jury in assessing guilt unless they are also given the corresponding odds that the deaths were the result of murders. We shall see later that, in this situation, SIDS deaths are about 9 time more likely than murders suggesting that Sally Clark is innocent rather than guilty.

The Clarks had their first appeal in 2 October 2000. By this time they realized that they had to have their own statisticians as expert witnesses. They chose Ian Evett from the Forensic Science Service and Philip Dawid, Professor of Statistics at University College London. Both of these statisticians have specialized in statistical evidence in the courts. In his report Dawid gave a very clear description of what would be required to obtain a reasonable estimate of the probability of two SIDS deaths in a randomly chosen family with two babies. He emphasized that it would be important also to have some estimate of the variability of this estimate. Then he gave an equally clear discussion on the relevance of this probability, emphasizing the need for the corresponding probability of two murders in a family with two children. His conclusion was:

The figure 1 in 73 million quoted in Sir Roy Meadow's testimony at trial, as the probability of two babies both dying of SIDS in a family like Sally Clark's, was highly misleading and prejudicial. The value of this probability has not been estimated with anything like the precision suggested, and could well be very much higher. But, more important, the figure was presented with no explanation of the logically correct use of such information - which is very different from what a simple intuitive reaction might suggest. In particular, such a figure could only be useful if compared with a similar figure calculated under the alternative hypothesis that both babies were murdered. Even though assessment of the relevant probabilities may be difficult, there is a clear and well-established statistical logic for combining them and making appropriate inferences from them, which was not appreciated by the court.

These two statisticians were not allowed to appear in the court proceedings but only to have their reports read.

The Clarks' grounds for appeal included medical and statistical errors. In particular they included Meadow's incorrect calculation and the Judge's failing to warn the jury against the "prosecutor's fallacy".

Concerning the miscalculation of the odds for two SIDS in a family of two children, the judge remarks that this was already known and all that really mattered was that appearance of two SIDS deaths is unusual.

The judge then dismisses the prosecutor's fallacy with the remark:

He [Everett] makes the obvious point that the evidential material in Table 3.58 tells us nothing whatsoever as to the guilt or innocence of the appellant.

The judge concludes:

Thus we do not think that the matters raised under Ground 3(a) (the statistical issues) are capable of affecting the safety of the convictions. They do not undermine what was put before the jury or cast a fundamentally different light on it. Even if they had been raised at trial, the most that could be expected to have resulted would be a direction to the jury that the issue was the broad one of rarity, to which the precise degree of probability was unnecessary.

The Judge dismissed the appeal.

After this the mathematics and statistical communities realized that it was necessary to explain these statistical issues to the legal community and the press. On 23 October Royal Statistics Society addressed these issues in a press release and in January 2002 they sent a letter to the Lord Chamberllor. Both of these are available here. Here is the letter to the Lord Chancelor:

Dear Lord Chancellor,

I am writing to you on behalf of the Royal Statistical Society to express the Society's concern about some aspects of the presentation of statistical evidence in criminal trials.

You will be aware of the considerable public attention aroused by the recent conviction, confirmed on appeal, of Sally Clark for the murder of her two infants. One focus of the public attention was the statistical evidence given by a medical expert witness, who drew on a published study to obtain an estimate of the frequency of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS, or "cot death") in families having some of the characteristics of the defendant's family. The witness went on to square this estimate to obtain a value of 1 in 73 million for the frequency of two cases of SIDS in such a family. This figure had an immediate and dramatic impact on all media reports of the trial, and it is difficult to believe that it did not also influence jurors.

The calculation leading to 1 in 73 million is invalid. It would only be valid if SIDS cases arose Independently within families, an assumption that would need to be justified empirically. Not only was no such empirical justification provided in the case, but there are very strong reasons for supposing that the assumption is false. There may well be unknown genetic or environmental factors that predispose families to SIDS, so that a second case within the family becomes much more likely than would be a case in another, apparently similar, family.

A separate concern is that the characteristics used to classify the Clark family were chosen on the basis of the same data as was used to evaluate the frequency for that classification. This double use of data is well recognized by statisticians as perilous, since it can lead to subtle yet important biases.



For these reasons, the 1 in 73 million figure cannot be regarded as statistically valid. The Court of Appeal recognized flaws in its calculation, but seemed to accept it as establishing "... a very broad point, namely the rarity of double SIDS" [AC judgment, para 138]. However, not only is the error in the 1 in 73 million figure likely to be very large, it is almost certainly in one particular direction - against the defendant. Moreover, following from the 1 in 73 million figure at the original trial, the expert used a figure of about 700,000 UK births per year to conclude that "... by chance that happening will occur every 100 years". This conclusion is fallacious, not only because of the invalidity of the 1 in 73 million figure, but also because the 1 in 73 million figure relates only to families having some characteristics matching that of the defendant. This error seems not to have been recognized by the Appeal Court, who cited it without critical comment [AC judgment para 115]. Leaving aside the matter of validity, figures such as the 1 in 73 million are very easily misinterpreted. Some press reports at the time stated that this was the chance that the deaths of Sally Clark's two children were accidental. This (mis-)interpretation is a serious error of logic known as the Prosecutor's Fallacy . The jury needs to weigh up two competing explanations for the babies' deaths: SIDS or murder. The fact that two deaths by SIDS is quite unlikely is, taken alone, of little value. Two deaths by murder may well be even more unlikely. What matters is the relative likelihood of the deaths under each explanation, not just how unlikely they are under one explanation.

The Prosecutor's Fallacy has been well recognized in the context of DNA profile evidence. Its commission at trial has led to successful appeals (R v. Deen, 1993; R v. Doheny/Adams 1996). In the latter judgment, the Court of Appeal put in place guidelines for the presentation of DNA evidence. However, we are concerned that the seriousness of the problem more generally has not been sufficiently recognized. In particular, we are concerned that the Appeal Court did not consider it necessary to examine the expert statistical evidence, but were content with written submissions.

The case of R v. Sally Clark is one example of a medical expert witness making a serious statistical error. Although the Court of Appeal judgment implied a view that the error was unlikely to have had a profound effect on the outcome of the case, it would be better that the error had not occurred at all. Although many scientists have some familiarity with statistical methods, statistics remains a specialized area. The Society urges you to take steps to ensure that statistical evidence is presented only by appropriately qualified statistical experts, as would be the case for any other form of expert evidence. Without suggesting that there are simple or uniform answers, the Society would be pleased to be involved in further discussions on the use and presentation of statistical evidence in courts, and to give advice on the validation of the expertise of witnesses.

Yours sincerely
Professor Peter Green,
President, Royal Statistical Society.

Now that we all agree that we need to know the relative probability that a family with two babies loses them by SIDS deaths or by murder, what are these probabilities?. Roy Hill, Professor of Mathematics at the University of Salford tackled this question. His results were first given in an unpublished paper "Cot death or Murder-weighing the probabilities" presented to the Developmental Physiology Conference, June 2002 (available from the author). Hill published his results in the his article "Multiple sudden infant deaths--coincidence or beyond coincidence?, "Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology" 2004, 18, 320-326.

In the trial the news media made frequent references to "Meadow's law". This law is: "One cot death is a tragedy, two cot deaths is suspicious and three cot deaths is murder". This motivated Hill to test this law by estimating the relative probability of SIDS and murder deaths for the case of 1 baby, 2 babies, and 3 babies. This is a difficult problem since data from different studies give different estimates, the estimates differ over time etc. However Hill did a heroic job of combining all data he could find to come up with reasonable estimates. Here is what he found:

Regarding the issue of independence Hill concludes:

In the light of all the data, it seems reasonable to estimate that the risk of SIDS is between 5 and 10 times greater for infants where a sibling has already been a SIDS victim.

As to the relative probabilities of SIDS deaths and murders Hill provides the following estimates:

(1) An infant is about 17 times more likely to be a SIDS victim than a homicide victim.

(2) Two infants are about 9 times more likely to be SIDS victims than homicide victims.

(3) Three infants have about the same probability of being SIDS victims or homicide victims.

These estimates do not support Meadow's Law. Despite many references to Meadow's Law in the medical journals and the news media, the editor for Hill's article comments that it appears to be due to D.J. and F.J. M Di Maio and seems not to appear in any of Meadow's writings.

Hill's analysis is used in the very nice article on the Sally Clark case "Beyond reasonable doubt" by Helen Joyce in Plus magazine. This is a great article to have students read.

After the failure of their appeal, the Clarks started a campaign to get the news media to support their campaign. They also continued to search for medical explanations for their children's deaths. In the process they found that the prosecutor's pathologist who had performed the autopsies for the two children had withheld the information that their second child had been suffering from a bacterial infection which could have been the cause of a natural death. Recall that his first opinion had been that the first child also was a natural death. This information and the flawed statistics led the Criminal Cases Review Commission, which investigates possible miscarriages of justice, to refer the case back to the courts for another appeal.

In this appeal the judge ruled that if the bacterial infection information had been known in the original trial, the Sally Clark would probably not have been convicted, and so he allowed the appeal and quashed the convictions freeing Sally Clalrk after two and a half years in jail..

The judge also agreed that the statistical evidence was seriously flawed and conclued:

Thus it seems likely that if this matter had been fully argued before us we would, in all probability, have considered that the statistical evidence provided a quite distinct basis upon which the appeal had to be allowed.

Thus we cannot say that the famous 1 chance in 73 million statistic was responsible for Sally Clark being freed from jail but it is very likely the reason she spent two and a half years in jail.

For the complete Sally Clark story we recommend the book "Stolen Innocence" by John Batt available at U.K. Amazon. Batt is a lawyer and good friend of the Clarks. He attended the trials and his book tells the Sally Clark story from beginning to end. We also found it interesting to read the transcripts of the 2000 and 2003 appeal. These were not easy to find so we include at the end of this article the Lexis Nexis path to these transcrips.

Sir Roy Meadow was also the key prosecution witness in two other cases similar to the Sally Clark case: the Angela Canning case and the Trupti Patel case. Roy Hill also wrote an intersting article "Reflections on the cot death cases", Significance, volume 2 (2005), issue 1 in which he discusses the statistical issues in all three cases.

Finding the 2000 and 2003 transcripts in Lexis Nexis.

Open Lexis Nexis

Choose "Legal Research" from the sidebar

From "Case Law" choose "Get a Case"

Choose" Commonwealth and Foreign Nations" from the sidebar

Choose "Sally Clark" for the "Keyword"

Choose "UK Cases" for the "Source"

Choose "Previous five years” for the "Date."

The two "r v Clarks" are the appeals.

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS:

(1) Do you think it is easonable not to allow a doctor to practice because of a statistical error in a court case?

(2) Do you agree with the RSS that statistical evidence should only be provided by statistical experts?

(3) Give the 73 million to 1 odds to a few of your friends and ask them if they were on the jury, in the absence of any other information, would they think that this makes it is very likely that Sally Clark is guilty?

== What women want

What women want
The New York Times, May 24, 2005, A 25
John Tierney

Are men more competitive than women?

In this OP-ED piece Tierney discusses and draws conclusions from a recent study that explores gender differences in competitive environments. Two researchers, Muriel Niederle of Stanford and Lise Vesterlund of the University of Pittsburgh, ran an experiment in which women and men had to choose to participate in either a competitive or a non-competitive task. They found that, among other things, women chose to compete less often than they should have, while conversely, men chose to compete more often than they should have. The researchers apparently anticipated this result, so in addition, Nielderle and Vesterlund designed their experiment to explore potential reasons for this difference.

Specifically, participants were paid to add up as many sets of five two-digit numbers as they could in five minutes. The experiment consisted of four tasks, each containing a potentially different scheme for how participants would be paid. After the tasks were completed, for actual payment one of the four tasks was chosen at random. Here is a brief description of the four tasks. (A more detailed description and analysis may be found at Muriel Niederle's website, in the draft article "Do Women Shy away from Competition? Do Men Compete too Much?"

1. (Piece-rate) Each participant calculates the given sums and is paid 50 cents per correct answer.

2. (Tournament) The participants compete within four-person teams consisting of two women and two men. The person who completes the most correct sums receives $2.00 per sum; the other members of the group receive nothing.

3. (Tournament Entry Choice) Each participant is given a choice of payment scheme: either by piece-rate or a tournament scheme in which the participant is paid $2.00 per correct sum if and only if she completes more correct sums than were completed by the other members of her group in task 2. (Thus it is possible for more than one member of the group to "win" the tournament.)

4. (Tournament Submission Choice) No new sums are calculated. Instead, each participant is given a choice: either receive the same piece-rate payment as was generated in task 1, or submit one's task 1 performance to a tournament in which the participant receives $2.00 per correct sum if and only if she completed more correct sums in task 1 than did the other members of her group. (Again, it is possible for more than one member of the group to "win" the tournament.)

At the end of each task, each participant is only told her own performance on the task, and thus her decision to enter a tournament (in tasks 3 and 4) is not based on relative-ranking information. Also, after the tasks were completed, each subject was asked to guess the rank of her task 1 and task 2 performances. The main goal of the study is determine if men and women of the same ability on a task choose to compete at different rates, and if so, why.

Here are some highlights of their findings:

  • Women and men performed equally well on both tasks 1 and 2.

  • Women and men performed significantly better on task 2 (tournament) then on task 1 (piece-rate), and the size of the increase was independent of gender.

  • Of the 20 tournaments in task 2, women won 11, men 9.
  • 43% of the women, versus 75% of the men, ranked themselves first in their group.

  • 35% of the women chose the tournament in task 3, versus 75% of the men.

  • Women's task 2 performance does not predict tournament entry in task 3, and only does so marginally for men. In fact, women in the highest performance quartile for task 2 were less likely to enter the tournament than men in the lowest quartile.

  • Approximately 27% of the gender difference in task 3 tournament entry can be explained by women and men forming different beliefs about their relative ranking. The remaining difference comes from a mix of both general factors (e.g. risk aversion) and tournament-specific factors (e.g. bias in estimating future performance.)

  • Approxim


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From the February 2005 RSS news we have:

Glasgow's odds (on a white Christmas)

had come in to 8-11, while Aberdeen was at 5-6, meaning snow in both cities

is considered almost certain.

BBC website
22 December 2004


From the May 2005 RSS News:

He tried his best--but in the end newborn Casey-James May missed out on a 48 million-to-one record by four minutes. His father Sean, grandfather Dered and great-grandfather Alistair were all born on the same date - March 2. But Casey-James was delivered at 12.04 am on March 3....

Metro
10 March 2005


In the US, those in the poorest households have nearly four times the risk of death of those in the richest.

Your World report
May 2004

Misperception of minorities and immigrants

Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science is a statistics Blog. It is maintained by Andrew Gelman, a statistician in the Departments of Statistics and Political Science at Columbia University.

You will find lots of interesting statistics discussion here. Andrew also gave a link to a cartoon in which Superman shows how he would estimate the number of beans in a jar. This also qualifies as a forsooth item.

In a July 1, 2005 posting Andrew continues an earlier discussion on misperception of minorities. This earlier discussion resulted from by a note from Tyler Cowen reporting that the March Harper's Index includes the statement:

-Average percentage of UK population that Britons believe to be immigrants: 21%
-Actual percentage: 8%

Harpers gives as reference the Market & Opinion Research International (MORI). We could not find this statistic on the MORI website but we found something close to it in a Readers Digest (UK) report (November 2000) of a study "Britain Today - Are We An Intolerant Nation?" that MORI did for the Readers Digest (UK) in 2000. The Digest reports:

  • A massive eight in ten (80%) of British adults believe that refugees come to this country because they regard Britain as 'a soft touch'.
  • Two thirds (66%) think that 'there are too many immigrants in Britain'.
  • Almost two thirds (63%) feel that 'too much is done to help immigrants'.
  • Nearly four in ten (37%) feel that those settling in this country 'should not maintain the culture and lifestyle they had at home'.

The Digest goes on to say:

  • Respondents grossly overestimated the financial aid asylum seekers receive, believing on average that an asylum seeker gets £113 a week to live on. In fact, a single adult seeking asylum gets £36.54 a week in vouchers to be spent at designated stores. Just £10 may be converted to cash.
  • On average the public estimates that 20 per cent of the British population are immigrants. The real figure is around 4 per cent.
  • Similarly, they believe that on average 26 per cent of the population belong to an ethnic minority. The real figure is around 7 per cent.

This last statistic is pretty close to the Harper's Index and the other responses give us some idea why they might over-estimate the percentage of immigrants.

In the earlier posting, the Harper's Index comments reminded Andrew of an article in the Washington Post by Richard Morin (October 8, 1995) in which Morin discussed the results of a Post/Keiser/Harvard survey "Four Americas: Government and Social Policy Through the Eyes of America's Multi-racial and Multi-ethnic Society"

The Keiser report includes the following data:

Keiser2.jpg

Note that, while it is true that the White population significantly underestimated the number of African Americans, Latinos, and Asians, the same is true for each of these groups.

John Sides sent Andrew the following data on the estimated, and actual percentage of foreign-born residents in each of 20 European countries from the [http:www.europeansocialsurvey.org/ the multi-nation European Social Survey ] :

ForeignBorn.jpg

We see that we have signficant overestimation of the number of foreign-born residents, but Germany almost got it right. You will find further discussion on this topic by Andrew and John on the July1, 2005 posting on Andrew's blog.

DISCUSSION QUESTION:

(1) What explanations can you think of that might explain this overestimation? Can you suggest additional research that might clarify what is going on here?

I was quoting the statistics, I wasn't pretending to be a statistician

Sir Roy Meadow struck off by GMC
BBC News, 15 July 2005

Beyond reasonable doubt
Plus magazine, 2002
Helen Joyce

Multiple sudden infant deaths--coincidence or beyond coincidence
Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology 2004, 18, 320-326
Roy Hill

___________________________________________________________________________________

Sir Roy Meadow is a pediatrician, well known for his research in child abuse. The BBC article reports that the UK General Medical Council (GMC) has found Sir Roy guilty of serious professional misconduct and has "struck him off" the medical registry. If upheld under appeal this will prevent Meadow from practicing medicine in the UK.

This decision was based on a flawed statistical estimate that Meadow made while testifying as an expert witness in a 1999 trial in which a Sally Clark was found guilty of murdering her two baby boys and given a life sentence.

To understand Meadow's testimony we need to know what SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome) is. The standard definition of SIDS is:

The sudden death of a baby that is unexpected by history and in whom a thorough post-mortem examination fails to demonstrate an adequate cause of death.

The death of Sally Clark's first baby was reported as a cot death, which is another name for SIDS. Then when her second baby died she was arrested and tried for murdering both her children.

We were not able to find a transcript for the original trial, but from Lexis Nexis we found transcripts of two appeals that the Clarks made, one in October 2000 and the other in April 2003. The 2003 transcript reported on the statistical testimony in the original trial as follows:

Professor Meadow was asked about some statistical information as to the happening of two cot deaths within the same family, which at that time was about to be published in a report of a government funded multi-disciplinary research

team, the Confidential Enquiry into Sudden Death in Infancy (CESDI) entitled 'Sudden Unexpected Deaths in Infancy' to which the professor was then writing a Preface. Professor Meadow said that it was 'the most reliable study and easily the largest and in that sense the latest and the best' ever done in this country.

It was explained to the jury that there were factors that were suggested as relevant to the chances of a SIDS death within a given family; namely the age of the mother, whether there was a smoker in the household and the absence of a wage-earner in the family.

None of these factors had relevance to the Clark family and Professor Meadow was asked if a figure of 1 in 8,543 reflected the risk of there being a single SIDS within such a family. He agreed that it was. A table from the CESDI report was placed before the jury. He was then asked if the report calculated the risk of two infants dying of SIDS in that family by chance. His reply was: 'Yes, you have to multiply 1 in 8,543 times 1 in 8,543 and I think it gives that in the penultimate paragraph. It points out that it's approximately a chance of 1 in 73 million.'

It seems that at this point Professor Meadow's voice was dropping and so the figure was repeated and then Professor Meadow added: 'In England, Wales and Scotland there are about say 700,000 live births a year, so it is saying by chance that happening will occur about once every hundred years.'

Mr. Spencer [for the prosecution] then pointed to the suspicious features alleged by the Crown in this present case and asked: 'So is this right, not only would the chance be 1 in 73 million but in addition in these two deaths there are features, which would be regarded as suspicious in any event?' He elicited the reply 'I believe so'.

All of this evidence was given without objection from the defence but Mr. Bevan (who represented the Appellant at trial and at the first appeal but not at ours) cross--examined the doctor. He put to him figures from other research that suggested that the figure of 1 in 8,543 for a single cot death might be much too high. He then dealt with the chance of two cot deaths and Professor Meadow responded: 'This is why you take what's happened to all the children into account, and that is why you end up saying the chance of the children dying naturally in these circumstances is very, very long odds indeed one in 73 million.' He then added:

'. . . it's the chance of backing that long odds outsider at the Grand National, you know; let's say it's a 80 to 1 chance, you back the winner last year, then the next year there's another horse at 80 to 1 and it is still 80 to 1 and you back it again and it wins. Now here we're in a situation that, you know, to get to these odds of 73 million you've got to back that 1 in 80 chance four years running, so yes, you might be very, very lucky because each time it's just been a 1 in 80 chance and you know, you've happened to have won it, but the chance of it happening four years running we all know is extraordinarily unlikely. So it's the same with these deaths. You have to say two unlikely events have happened and together it's very, very, very unlikely.'

The trial judge clearly tried to divert the jury away from reliance on this statistical evidence. He said: 'I should, I think, members of the jury just sound a word of caution about the statistics. However compelling you may find them to be, we do not convict people in these courts on statistics. It would be a terrible day if that were so. If there is one SIDS death in a family, it does not mean that there cannot be another one in the same family.'

Note that Meadow obtained the odds of 73 million to one from the CESDI report so there is some truth to the statement "I was quoting the statistics, I wasn't pretending to be a statistician" that Meadow made to the General Medical Council. Note also that both Meadow and the Judge took this statistic seriously and must have felt that it was evidence that Sally Clark was guilty. This was also true of the press. The Sunday Mail (Queenstand, Australia) had an article titled "Mum killed her babies" in which we read:

Medical experts gave damning evidence that the odds of both children dying from cot death were 73 million to one.

There are two obvious problems with this 1 in 73 million statistic: (1) Meadow assumed that in a family like the Clarks the events the "first child has a SIDS death" and "the second child has a SIDS death" are independent events. Because of environmental and genetics effects it seems very unlikely this is the case. (2) The 73 million to 1 odds might suggest to the jury that there is a 1 in 73 million chance that Sally Clark is innocent. The medical experts testimonies were very technical and some were contradictory. The 1 in 73 million odds were something the jury would at least feel that they understood. If you gave these odds to your Uncle George and asked him if Sally Clark is guilty he will very likely say "yes".

The 73 million to 1 odds for SIDS deaths are useless to the jury in assessing guilt unless they are also given the corresponding odds that the deaths were the result of murders. We shall see later that, in this situation, SIDS deaths are about 9 time more likely than murders suggesting that Sally Clark is innocent rather than guilty.

The Clarks had their first appeal in 2 October 2000. By this time they realized that they had to have their own statisticians as expert witnesses. They chose Ian Evett from the Forensic Science Service and Philip Dawid, Professor of Statistics at University College London. Both of these statisticians have specialized in statistical evidence in the courts. In his report Dawid gave a very clear description of what would be required to obtain a reasonable estimate of the probability of two SIDS deaths in a randomly chosen family with two babies. He emphasized that it would be important also to have some estimate of the variability of this estimate. Then he gave an equally clear discussion on the relevance of this probability, emphasizing the need for the corresponding probability of two murders in a family with two children. His conclusion was:

The figure 1 in 73 million quoted in Sir Roy Meadow's testimony at trial, as the probability of two babies both dying of SIDS in a family like Sally Clark's, was highly misleading and prejudicial. The value of this probability has not been estimated with anything like the precision suggested, and could well be very much higher. But, more important, the figure was presented with no explanation of the logically correct use of such information - which is very different from what a simple intuitive reaction might suggest. In particular, such a figure could only be useful if compared with a similar figure calculated under the alternative hypothesis that both babies were murdered. Even though assessment of the relevant probabilities may be difficult, there is a clear and well-established statistical logic for combining them and making appropriate inferences from them, which was not appreciated by the court.

These two statisticians were not allowed to appear in the court proceedings but only to have their reports read.

The Clarks' grounds for appeal included medical and statistical errors. In particular they included Meadow's incorrect calculation and the Judge's failing to warn the jury against the "prosecutor's fallacy".

Concerning the miscalculation of the odds for two SIDS in a family of two children, the judge remarks that this was already known and all that really mattered was that appearance of two SIDS deaths is unusual.

The judge then dismisses the prosecutor's fallacy with the remark:

He [Everett] makes the obvious point that the evidential material in Table 3.58 tells us nothing whatsoever as to the guilt or innocence of the appellant.

The judge concludes:

Thus we do not think that the matters raised under Ground 3(a) (the statistical issues) are capable of affecting the safety of the convictions. They do not undermine what was put before the jury or cast a fundamentally different light on it. Even if they had been raised at trial, the most that could be expected to have resulted would be a direction to the jury that the issue was the broad one of rarity, to which the precise degree of probability was unnecessary.

The Judge dismissed the appeal.

After this the mathematics and statistical communities realized that it was necessary to explain these statistical issues to the legal community and the press. On 23 October Royal Statistics Society addressed these issues in a press release and in January 2002 they sent a letter to the Lord Chamberllor. Both of these are available here. Here is the letter to the Lord Chancelor:

Dear Lord Chancellor,

I am writing to you on behalf of the Royal Statistical Society to express the Society's concern about some aspects of the presentation of statistical evidence in criminal trials.

You will be aware of the considerable public attention aroused by the recent conviction, confirmed on appeal, of Sally Clark for the murder of her two infants. One focus of the public attention was the statistical evidence given by a medical expert witness, who drew on a published study to obtain an estimate of the frequency of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS, or "cot death") in families having some of the characteristics of the defendant's family. The witness went on to square this estimate to obtain a value of 1 in 73 million for the frequency of two cases of SIDS in such a family. This figure had an immediate and dramatic impact on all media reports of the trial, and it is difficult to believe that it did not also influence jurors.

The calculation leading to 1 in 73 million is invalid. It would only be valid if SIDS cases arose Independently within families, an assumption that would need to be justified empirically. Not only was no such empirical justification provided in the case, but there are very strong reasons for supposing that the assumption is false. There may well be unknown genetic or environmental factors that predispose families to SIDS, so that a second case within the family becomes much more likely than would be a case in another, apparently similar, family.

A separate concern is that the characteristics used to classify the Clark family were chosen on the basis of the same data as was used to evaluate the frequency for that classification. This double use of data is well recognized by statisticians as perilous, since it can lead to subtle yet important biases.



For these reasons, the 1 in 73 million figure cannot be regarded as statistically valid. The Court of Appeal recognized flaws in its calculation, but seemed to accept it as establishing "... a very broad point, namely the rarity of double SIDS" [AC judgment, para 138]. However, not only is the error in the 1 in 73 million figure likely to be very large, it is almost certainly in one particular direction - against the defendant. Moreover, following from the 1 in 73 million figure at the original trial, the expert used a figure of about 700,000 UK births per year to conclude that "... by chance that happening will occur every 100 years". This conclusion is fallacious, not only because of the invalidity of the 1 in 73 million figure, but also because the 1 in 73 million figure relates only to families having some characteristics matching that of the defendant. This error seems not to have been recognized by the Appeal Court, who cited it without critical comment [AC judgment para 115]. Leaving aside the matter of validity, figures such as the 1 in 73 million are very easily misinterpreted. Some press reports at the time stated that this was the chance that the deaths of Sally Clark's two children were accidental. This (mis-)interpretation is a serious error of logic known as the Prosecutor's Fallacy . The jury needs to weigh up two competing explanations for the babies' deaths: SIDS or murder. The fact that two deaths by SIDS is quite unlikely is, taken alone, of little value. Two deaths by murder may well be even more unlikely. What matters is the relative likelihood of the deaths under each explanation, not just how unlikely they are under one explanation.

The Prosecutor's Fallacy has been well recognized in the context of DNA profile evidence. Its commission at trial has led to successful appeals (R v. Deen, 1993; R v. Doheny/Adams 1996). In the latter judgment, the Court of Appeal put in place guidelines for the presentation of DNA evidence. However, we are concerned that the seriousness of the problem more generally has not been sufficiently recognized. In particular, we are concerned that the Appeal Court did not consider it necessary to examine the expert statistical evidence, but were content with written submissions.

The case of R v. Sally Clark is one example of a medical expert witness making a serious statistical error. Although the Court of Appeal judgment implied a view that the error was unlikely to have had a profound effect on the outcome of the case, it would be better that the error had not occurred at all. Although many scientists have some familiarity with statistical methods, statistics remains a specialized area. The Society urges you to take steps to ensure that statistical evidence is presented only by appropriately qualified statistical experts, as would be the case for any other form of expert evidence. Without suggesting that there are simple or uniform answers, the Society would be pleased to be involved in further discussions on the use and presentation of statistical evidence in courts, and to give advice on the validation of the expertise of witnesses.

Yours sincerely
Professor Peter Green,
President, Royal Statistical Society.

Now that we all agree that we need to know the relative probability that a family with two babies loses them by SIDS deaths or by murder, what are these probabilities?. Roy Hill, Professor of Mathematics at the University of Salford tackled this question. His results were first given in an unpublished paper "Cot death or Murder-weighing the probabilities" presented to the Developmental Physiology Conference, June 2002 (available from the author). Hill published his results in the his article "Multiple sudden infant deaths--coincidence or beyond coincidence?, "Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology" 2004, 18, 320-326.

In the trial the news media made frequent references to "Meadow's law". This law is: "One cot death is a tragedy, two cot deaths is suspicious and three cot deaths is murder". This motivated Hill to test this law by estimating the relative probability of SIDS and murder deaths for the case of 1 baby, 2 babies, and 3 babies. This is a difficult problem since data from different studies give different estimates, the estimates differ over time etc. However Hill did a heroic job of combining all data he could find to come up with reasonable estimates. Here is what he found:

Regarding the issue of independence Hill concludes:

In the light of all the data, it seems reasonable to estimate that the risk of SIDS is between 5 and 10 times greater for infants where a sibling has already been a SIDS victim.

As to the relative probabilities of SIDS deaths and murders Hill provides the following estimates:

(1) An infant is about 17 times more likely to be a SIDS victim than a homicide victim.

(2) Two infants are about 9 times more likely to be SIDS victims than homicide victims.

(3) Three infants have about the same probability of being SIDS victims or homicide victims.

These estimates do not support Meadow's Law. Despite many references to Meadow's Law in the medical journals and the news media, the editor for Hill's article comments that it appears to be due to D.J. and F.J. M Di Maio and seems not to appear in any of Meadow's writings.

Hill's analysis is used in the very nice article on the Sally Clark case "Beyond reasonable doubt" by Helen Joyce in Plus magazine. This is a great article to have students read.

After the failure of their appeal, the Clarks started a campaign to get the news media to support their campaign. They also continued to search for medical explanations for their children's deaths. In the process they found that the prosecutor's pathologist who had performed the autopsies for the two children had withheld the information that their second child had been suffering from a bacterial infection which could have been the cause of a natural death. Recall that his first opinion had been that the first child also was a natural death. This information and the flawed statistics led the Criminal Cases Review Commission, which investigates possible miscarriages of justice, to refer the case back to the courts for another appeal.

In this appeal the judge ruled that if the bacterial infection information had been known in the original trial, the Sally Clark would probably not have been convicted, and so he allowed the appeal and quashed the convictions freeing Sally Clalrk after two and a half years in jail..

The judge also agreed that the statistical evidence was seriously flawed and conclued:

Thus it seems likely that if this matter had been fully argued before us we would, in all probability, have considered that the statistical evidence provided a quite distinct basis upon which the appeal had to be allowed.

Thus we cannot say that the famous 1 chance in 73 million statistic was responsible for Sally Clark being freed from jail but it is very likely the reason she spent two and a half years in jail.

For the complete Sally Clark story we recommend the book "Stolen Innocence" by John Batt available at U.K. Amazon. Batt is a lawyer and good friend of the Clarks. He attended the trials and his book tells the Sally Clark story from beginning to end. We also found it interesting to read the transcripts of the 2000 and 2003 appeal. These were not easy to find so we include at the end of this article the Lexis Nexis path to these transcrips.

Sir Roy Meadow was also the key prosecution witness in two other cases similar to the Sally Clark case: the Angela Canning case and the Trupti Patel case. Roy Hill also wrote an intersting article "Reflections on the cot death cases", Significance, volume 2 (2005), issue 1 in which he discusses the statistical issues in all three cases.

Finding the 2000 and 2003 transcripts in Lexis Nexis.

Open Lexis Nexis

Choose "Legal Research" from the sidebar

From "Case Law" choose "Get a Case"

Choose" Commonwealth and Foreign Nations" from the sidebar

Choose "Sally Clark" for the "Keyword"

Choose "UK Cases" for the "Source"

Choose "Previous five years” for the "Date."

The two "r v Clarks" are the appeals.

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS:

(1) Do you think it is easonable not to allow a doctor to practice because of a statistical error in a court case?

(2) Do you agree with the RSS that statistical evidence should only be provided by statistical experts?

(3) Give the 73 million to 1 odds to a few of your friends and ask them if they were on the jury, in the absence of any other information, would they think that this makes it is very likely that Sally Clark is guilty?

== What women want

What women want
The New York Times, May 24, 2005, A 25
John Tierney

Are men more competitive than women?

In this OP-ED piece Tierney discusses and draws conclusions from a recent study that explores gender differences in competitive environments. Two researchers, Muriel Niederle of Stanford and Lise Vesterlund of the University of Pittsburgh, ran an experiment in which women and men had to choose to participate in either a competitive or a non-competitive task. They found that, among other things, women chose to compete less often than they should have, while conversely, men chose to compete more often than they should have. The researchers apparently anticipated this result, so in addition, Nielderle and Vesterlund designed their experiment to explore potential reasons for this difference.

Specifically, participants were paid to add up as many sets of five two-digit numbers as they could in five minutes. The experiment consisted of four tasks, each containing a potentially different scheme for how participants would be paid. After the tasks were completed, for actual payment one of the four tasks was chosen at random. Here is a brief description of the four tasks. (A more detailed description and analysis may be found at Muriel Niederle's website, in the draft article "Do Women Shy away from Competition? Do Men Compete too Much?"

1. (Piece-rate) Each participant calculates the given sums and is paid 50 cents per correct answer.

2. (Tournament) The participants compete within four-person teams consisting of two women and two men. The person who completes the most correct sums receives $2.00 per sum; the other members of the group receive nothing.

3. (Tournament Entry Choice) Each participant is given a choice of payment scheme: either by piece-rate or a tournament scheme in which the participant is paid $2.00 per correct sum if and only if she completes more correct sums than were completed by the other members of her group in task 2. (Thus it is possible for more than one member of the group to "win" the tournament.)

4. (Tournament Submission Choice) No new sums are calculated. Instead, each participant is given a choice: either receive the same piece-rate payment as was generated in task 1, or submit one's task 1 performance to a tournament in which the participant receives $2.00 per correct sum if and only if she completed more correct sums in task 1 than did the other members of her group. (Again, it is possible for more than one member of the group to "win" the tournament.)

At the end of each task, each participant is only told her own performance on the task, and thus her decision to enter a tournament (in tasks 3 and 4) is not based on relative-ranking information. Also, after the tasks were completed, each subject was asked to guess the rank of her task 1 and task 2 performances. The main goal of the study is determine if men and women of the same ability on a task choose to compete at different rates, and if so, why.

Here are some highlights of their findings:

  • Women and men performed equally well on both tasks 1 and 2.

  • Women and men performed significantly better on task 2 (tournament) then on task 1 (piece-rate), and the size of the increase was independent of gender.

  • Of the 20 tournaments in task 2, women won 11, men 9.
  • 43% of the women, versus 75% of the men, ranked themselves first in their group.

  • 35% of the women chose the tournament in task 3, versus 75% of the men.

  • Women's task 2 performance does not predict tournament entry in task 3, and only does so marginally for men. In fact, women in the highest performance quartile for task 2 were less likely to enter the tournament than men in the lowest quartile.

  • Approximately 27% of the gender difference in task 3 tournament entry can be explained by women and men forming different beliefs about their relative ranking. The remaining difference comes from a mix of both general factors (e.g. risk aversion) and tournament-specific factors (e.g. bias in estimating future performance.)

  • Approxi

This is an experiment to see if we can put all of Chance-News (July August) on a single page to make it easier to print it out and to make a pdf version.

Quotation

Numbers are like people; torture them enough and they'll tell you anything.

Forsooth

Frank Duckworth, editor of the Royal Statistical Society's newsletter RSS NEWS has given us permission to include items from their Forsooth column which they extract forsooth items from media sources.

Of course we would be happy to have readers add items they feel are worthy of a forsooth!

From the February 2005 RSS news we have:

Glasgow's odds (on a white Christmas)

had come in to 8-11, while Aberdeen was at 5-6, meaning snow in both cities

is considered almost certain.

BBC website
22 December 2004


From the May 2005 RSS News:

He tried his best--but in the end newborn Casey-James May missed out on a 48 million-to-one record by four minutes. His father Sean, grandfather Dered and great-grandfather Alistair were all born on the same date - March 2. But Casey-James was delivered at 12.04 am on March 3....

Metro
10 March 2005


In the US, those in the poorest households have nearly four times the risk of death of those in the richest.

Your World report
May 2004

Misperception of minorities and immigrants

Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science is a statistics Blog. It is maintained by Andrew Gelman, a statistician in the Departments of Statistics and Political Science at Columbia University.

You will find lots of interesting statistics discussion here. Andrew also gave a link to a cartoon in which Superman shows how he would estimate the number of beans in a jar. This also qualifies as a forsooth item.

In a July 1, 2005 posting Andrew continues an earlier discussion on misperception of minorities. This earlier discussion resulted from by a note from Tyler Cowen reporting that the March Harper's Index includes the statement:

-Average percentage of UK population that Britons believe to be immigrants: 21%
-Actual percentage: 8%

Harpers gives as reference the Market & Opinion Research International (MORI). We could not find this statistic on the MORI website but we found something close to it in a Readers Digest (UK) report (November 2000) of a study "Britain Today - Are We An Intolerant Nation?" that MORI did for the Readers Digest (UK) in 2000. The Digest reports:

  • A massive eight in ten (80%) of British adults believe that refugees come to this country because they regard Britain as 'a soft touch'.
  • Two thirds (66%) think that 'there are too many immigrants in Britain'.
  • Almost two thirds (63%) feel that 'too much is done to help immigrants'.
  • Nearly four in ten (37%) feel that those settling in this country 'should not maintain the culture and lifestyle they had at home'.

The Digest goes on to say:

  • Respondents grossly overestimated the financial aid asylum seekers receive, believing on average that an asylum seeker gets £113 a week to live on. In fact, a single adult seeking asylum gets £36.54 a week in vouchers to be spent at designated stores. Just £10 may be converted to cash.
  • On average the public estimates that 20 per cent of the British population are immigrants. The real figure is around 4 per cent.
  • Similarly, they believe that on average 26 per cent of the population belong to an ethnic minority. The real figure is around 7 per cent.

This last statistic is pretty close to the Harper's Index and the other responses give us some idea why they might over-estimate the percentage of immigrants.

In the earlier posting, the Harper's Index comments reminded Andrew of an article in the Washington Post by Richard Morin (October 8, 1995) in which Morin discussed the results of a Post/Keiser/Harvard survey "Four Americas: Government and Social Policy Through the Eyes of America's Multi-racial and Multi-ethnic Society"

The Keiser report includes the following data:

Keiser2.jpg

Note that, while it is true that the White population significantly underestimated the number of African Americans, Latinos, and Asians, the same is true for each of these groups.

John Sides sent Andrew the following data on the estimated, and actual percentage of foreign-born residents in each of 20 European countries from the [http:www.europeansocialsurvey.org/ the multi-nation European Social Survey ] :

ForeignBorn.jpg

We see that we have signficant overestimation of the number of foreign-born residents, but Germany almost got it right. You will find further discussion on this topic by Andrew and John on the July1, 2005 posting on Andrew's blog.

DISCUSSION QUESTION:

(1) What explanations can you think of that might explain this overestimation? Can you suggest additional research that might clarify what is going on here?

I was quoting the statistics, I wasn't pretending to be a statistician

Sir Roy Meadow struck off by GMC
BBC News, 15 July 2005

Beyond reasonable doubt
Plus magazine, 2002
Helen Joyce

Multiple sudden infant deaths--coincidence or beyond coincidence
Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology 2004, 18, 320-326
Roy Hill

___________________________________________________________________________________

Sir Roy Meadow is a pediatrician, well known for his research in child abuse. The BBC article reports that the UK General Medical Council (GMC) has found Sir Roy guilty of serious professional misconduct and has "struck him off" the medical registry. If upheld under appeal this will prevent Meadow from practicing medicine in the UK.

This decision was based on a flawed statistical estimate that Meadow made while testifying as an expert witness in a 1999 trial in which a Sally Clark was found guilty of murdering her two baby boys and given a life sentence.

To understand Meadow's testimony we need to know what SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome) is. The standard definition of SIDS is:

The sudden death of a baby that is unexpected by history and in whom a thorough post-mortem examination fails to demonstrate an adequate cause of death.

The death of Sally Clark's first baby was reported as a cot death, which is another name for SIDS. Then when her second baby died she was arrested and tried for murdering both her children.

We were not able to find a transcript for the original trial, but from Lexis Nexis we found transcripts of two appeals that the Clarks made, one in October 2000 and the other in April 2003. The 2003 transcript reported on the statistical testimony in the original trial as follows:

Professor Meadow was asked about some statistical information as to the happening of two cot deaths within the same family, which at that time was about to be published in a report of a government funded multi-disciplinary research

team, the Confidential Enquiry into Sudden Death in Infancy (CESDI) entitled 'Sudden Unexpected Deaths in Infancy' to which the professor was then writing a Preface. Professor Meadow said that it was 'the most reliable study and easily the largest and in that sense the latest and the best' ever done in this country.

It was explained to the jury that there were factors that were suggested as relevant to the chances of a SIDS death within a given family; namely the age of the mother, whether there was a smoker in the household and the absence of a wage-earner in the family.

None of these factors had relevance to the Clark family and Professor Meadow was asked if a figure of 1 in 8,543 reflected the risk of there being a single SIDS within such a family. He agreed that it was. A table from the CESDI report was placed before the jury. He was then asked if the report calculated the risk of two infants dying of SIDS in that family by chance. His reply was: 'Yes, you have to multiply 1 in 8,543 times 1 in 8,543 and I think it gives that in the penultimate paragraph. It points out that it's approximately a chance of 1 in 73 million.'

It seems that at this point Professor Meadow's voice was dropping and so the figure was repeated and then Professor Meadow added: 'In England, Wales and Scotland there are about say 700,000 live births a year, so it is saying by chance that happening will occur about once every hundred years.'

Mr. Spencer [for the prosecution] then pointed to the suspicious features alleged by the Crown in this present case and asked: 'So is this right, not only would the chance be 1 in 73 million but in addition in these two deaths there are features, which would be regarded as suspicious in any event?' He elicited the reply 'I believe so'.

All of this evidence was given without objection from the defence but Mr. Bevan (who represented the Appellant at trial and at the first appeal but not at ours) cross--examined the doctor. He put to him figures from other research that suggested that the figure of 1 in 8,543 for a single cot death might be much too high. He then dealt with the chance of two cot deaths and Professor Meadow responded: 'This is why you take what's happened to all the children into account, and that is why you end up saying the chance of the children dying naturally in these circumstances is very, very long odds indeed one in 73 million.' He then added:

'. . . it's the chance of backing that long odds outsider at the Grand National, you know; let's say it's a 80 to 1 chance, you back the winner last year, then the next year there's another horse at 80 to 1 and it is still 80 to 1 and you back it again and it wins. Now here we're in a situation that, you know, to get to these odds of 73 million you've got to back that 1 in 80 chance four years running, so yes, you might be very, very lucky because each time it's just been a 1 in 80 chance and you know, you've happened to have won it, but the chance of it happening four years running we all know is extraordinarily unlikely. So it's the same with these deaths. You have to say two unlikely events have happened and together it's very, very, very unlikely.'

The trial judge clearly tried to divert the jury away from reliance on this statistical evidence. He said: 'I should, I think, members of the jury just sound a word of caution about the statistics. However compelling you may find them to be, we do not convict people in these courts on statistics. It would be a terrible day if that were so. If there is one SIDS death in a family, it does not mean that there cannot be another one in the same family.'

Note that Meadow obtained the odds of 73 million to one from the CESDI report so there is some truth to the statement "I was quoting the statistics, I wasn't pretending to be a statistician" that Meadow made to the General Medical Council. Note also that both Meadow and the Judge took this statistic seriously and must have felt that it was evidence that Sally Clark was guilty. This was also true of the press. The Sunday Mail (Queenstand, Australia) had an article titled "Mum killed her babies" in which we read:

Medical experts gave damning evidence that the odds of both children dying from cot death were 73 million to one.

There are two obvious problems with this 1 in 73 million statistic: (1) Meadow assumed that in a family like the Clarks the events the "first child has a SIDS death" and "the second child has a SIDS death" are independent events. Because of environmental and genetics effects it seems very unlikely this is the case. (2) The 73 million to 1 odds might suggest to the jury that there is a 1 in 73 million chance that Sally Clark is innocent. The medical experts testimonies were very technical and some were contradictory. The 1 in 73 million odds were something the jury would at least feel that they understood. If you gave these odds to your Uncle George and asked him if Sally Clark is guilty he will very likely say "yes".

The 73 million to 1 odds for SIDS deaths are useless to the jury in assessing guilt unless they are also given the corresponding odds that the deaths were the result of murders. We shall see later that, in this situation, SIDS deaths are about 9 time more likely than murders suggesting that Sally Clark is innocent rather than guilty.

The Clarks had their first appeal in 2 October 2000. By this time they realized that they had to have their own statisticians as expert witnesses. They chose Ian Evett from the Forensic Science Service and Philip Dawid, Professor of Statistics at University College London. Both of these statisticians have specialized in statistical evidence in the courts. In his report Dawid gave a very clear description of what would be required to obtain a reasonable estimate of the probability of two SIDS deaths in a randomly chosen family with two babies. He emphasized that it would be important also to have some estimate of the variability of this estimate. Then he gave an equally clear discussion on the relevance of this probability, emphasizing the need for the corresponding probability of two murders in a family with two children. His conclusion was:

The figure 1 in 73 million quoted in Sir Roy Meadow's testimony at trial, as the probability of two babies both dying of SIDS in a family like Sally Clark's, was highly misleading and prejudicial. The value of this probability has not been estimated with anything like the precision suggested, and could well be very much higher. But, more important, the figure was presented with no explanation of the logically correct use of such information - which is very different from what a simple intuitive reaction might suggest. In particular, such a figure could only be useful if compared with a similar figure calculated under the alternative hypothesis that both babies were murdered. Even though assessment of the relevant probabilities may be difficult, there is a clear and well-established statistical logic for combining them and making appropriate inferences from them, which was not appreciated by the court.

These two statisticians were not allowed to appear in the court proceedings but only to have their reports read.

The Clarks' grounds for appeal included medical and statistical errors. In particular they included Meadow's incorrect calculation and the Judge's failing to warn the jury against the "prosecutor's fallacy".

Concerning the miscalculation of the odds for two SIDS in a family of two children, the judge remarks that this was already known and all that really mattered was that appearance of two SIDS deaths is unusual.

The judge then dismisses the prosecutor's fallacy with the remark:

He [Everett] makes the obvious point that the evidential material in Table 3.58 tells us nothing whatsoever as to the guilt or innocence of the appellant.

The judge concludes:

Thus we do not think that the matters raised under Ground 3(a) (the statistical issues) are capable of affecting the safety of the convictions. They do not undermine what was put before the jury or cast a fundamentally different light on it. Even if they had been raised at trial, the most that could be expected to have resulted would be a direction to the jury that the issue was the broad one of rarity, to which the precise degree of probability was unnecessary.

The Judge dismissed the appeal.

After this the mathematics and statistical communities realized that it was necessary to explain these statistical issues to the legal community and the press. On 23 October Royal Statistics Society addressed these issues in a press release and in January 2002 they sent a letter to the Lord Chamberllor. Both of these are available here. Here is the letter to the Lord Chancelor:

Dear Lord Chancellor,

I am writing to you on behalf of the Royal Statistical Society to express the Society's concern about some aspects of the presentation of statistical evidence in criminal trials.

You will be aware of the considerable public attention aroused by the recent conviction, confirmed on appeal, of Sally Clark for the murder of her two infants. One focus of the public attention was the statistical evidence given by a medical expert witness, who drew on a published study to obtain an estimate of the frequency of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS, or "cot death") in families having some of the characteristics of the defendant's family. The witness went on to square this estimate to obtain a value of 1 in 73 million for the frequency of two cases of SIDS in such a family. This figure had an immediate and dramatic impact on all media reports of the trial, and it is difficult to believe that it did not also influence jurors.

The calculation leading to 1 in 73 million is invalid. It would only be valid if SIDS cases arose Independently within families, an assumption that would need to be justified empirically. Not only was no such empirical justification provided in the case, but there are very strong reasons for supposing that the assumption is false. There may well be unknown genetic or environmental factors that predispose families to SIDS, so that a second case within the family becomes much more likely than would be a case in another, apparently similar, family.

A separate concern is that the characteristics used to classify the Clark family were chosen on the basis of the same data as was used to evaluate the frequency for that classification. This double use of data is well recognized by statisticians as perilous, since it can lead to subtle yet important biases.



For these reasons, the 1 in 73 million figure cannot be regarded as statistically valid. The Court of Appeal recognized flaws in its calculation, but seemed to accept it as establishing "... a very broad point, namely the rarity of double SIDS" [AC judgment, para 138]. However, not only is the error in the 1 in 73 million figure likely to be very large, it is almost certainly in one particular direction - against the defendant. Moreover, following from the 1 in 73 million figure at the original trial, the expert used a figure of about 700,000 UK births per year to conclude that "... by chance that happening will occur every 100 years". This conclusion is fallacious, not only because of the invalidity of the 1 in 73 million figure, but also because the 1 in 73 million figure relates only to families having some characteristics matching that of the defendant. This error seems not to have been recognized by the Appeal Court, who cited it without critical comment [AC judgment para 115]. Leaving aside the matter of validity, figures such as the 1 in 73 million are very easily misinterpreted. Some press reports at the time stated that this was the chance that the deaths of Sally Clark's two children were accidental. This (mis-)interpretation is a serious error of logic known as the Prosecutor's Fallacy . The jury needs to weigh up two competing explanations for the babies' deaths: SIDS or murder. The fact that two deaths by SIDS is quite unlikely is, taken alone, of little value. Two deaths by murder may well be even more unlikely. What matters is the relative likelihood of the deaths under each explanation, not just how unlikely they are under one explanation.

The Prosecutor's Fallacy has been well recognized in the context of DNA profile evidence. Its commission at trial has led to successful appeals (R v. Deen, 1993; R v. Doheny/Adams 1996). In the latter judgment, the Court of Appeal put in place guidelines for the presentation of DNA evidence. However, we are concerned that the seriousness of the problem more generally has not been sufficiently recognized. In particular, we are concerned that the Appeal Court did not consider it necessary to examine the expert statistical evidence, but were content with written submissions.

The case of R v. Sally Clark is one example of a medical expert witness making a serious statistical error. Although the Court of Appeal judgment implied a view that the error was unlikely to have had a profound effect on the outcome of the case, it would be better that the error had not occurred at all. Although many scientists have some familiarity with statistical methods, statistics remains a specialized area. The Society urges you to take steps to ensure that statistical evidence is presented only by appropriately qualified statistical experts, as would be the case for any other form of expert evidence. Without suggesting that there are simple or uniform answers, the Society would be pleased to be involved in further discussions on the use and presentation of statistical evidence in courts, and to give advice on the validation of the expertise of witnesses.

Yours sincerely
Professor Peter Green,
President, Royal Statistical Society.

Now that we all agree that we need to know the relative probability that a family with two babies loses them by SIDS deaths or by murder, what are these probabilities?. Roy Hill, Professor of Mathematics at the University of Salford tackled this question. His results were first given in an unpublished paper "Cot death or Murder-weighing the probabilities" presented to the Developmental Physiology Conference, June 2002 (available from the author). Hill published his results in the his article "Multiple sudden infant deaths--coincidence or beyond coincidence?, "Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology" 2004, 18, 320-326.

In the trial the news media made frequent references to "Meadow's law". This law is: "One cot death is a tragedy, two cot deaths is suspicious and three cot deaths is murder". This motivated Hill to test this law by estimating the relative probability of SIDS and murder deaths for the case of 1 baby, 2 babies, and 3 babies. This is a difficult problem since data from different studies give different estimates, the estimates differ over time etc. However Hill did a heroic job of combining all data he could find to come up with reasonable estimates. Here is what he found:

Regarding the issue of independence Hill concludes:

In the light of all the data, it seems reasonable to estimate that the risk of SIDS is between 5 and 10 times greater for infants where a sibling has already been a SIDS victim.

As to the relative probabilities of SIDS deaths and murders Hill provides the following estimates:

(1) An infant is about 17 times more likely to be a SIDS victim than a homicide victim.

(2) Two infants are about 9 times more likely to be SIDS victims than homicide victims.

(3) Three infants have about the same probability of being SIDS victims or homicide victims.

These estimates do not support Meadow's Law. Despite many references to Meadow's Law in the medical journals and the news media, the editor for Hill's article comments that it appears to be due to D.J. and F.J. M Di Maio and seems not to appear in any of Meadow's writings.

Hill's analysis is used in the very nice article on the Sally Clark case "Beyond reasonable doubt" by Helen Joyce in Plus magazine. This is a great article to have students read.

After the failure of their appeal, the Clarks started a campaign to get the news media to support their campaign. They also continued to search for medical explanations for their children's deaths. In the process they found that the prosecutor's pathologist who had performed the autopsies for the two children had withheld the information that their second child had been suffering from a bacterial infection which could have been the cause of a natural death. Recall that his first opinion had been that the first child also was a natural death. This information and the flawed statistics led the Criminal Cases Review Commission, which investigates possible miscarriages of justice, to refer the case back to the courts for another appeal.

In this appeal the judge ruled that if the bacterial infection information had been known in the original trial, the Sally Clark would probably not have been convicted, and so he allowed the appeal and quashed the convictions freeing Sally Clalrk after two and a half years in jail..

The judge also agreed that the statistical evidence was seriously flawed and conclued:

Thus it seems likely that if this matter had been fully argued before us we would, in all probability, have considered that the statistical evidence provided a quite distinct basis upon which the appeal had to be allowed.

Thus we cannot say that the famous 1 chance in 73 million statistic was responsible for Sally Clark being freed from jail but it is very likely the reason she spent two and a half years in jail.

For the complete Sally Clark story we recommend the book "Stolen Innocence" by John Batt available at U.K. Amazon. Batt is a lawyer and good friend of the Clarks. He attended the trials and his book tells the Sally Clark story from beginning to end. We also found it interesting to read the transcripts of the 2000 and 2003 appeal. These were not easy to find so we include at the end of this article the Lexis Nexis path to these transcrips.

Sir Roy Meadow was also the key prosecution witness in two other cases similar to the Sally Clark case: the Angela Canning case and the Trupti Patel case. Roy Hill also wrote an intersting article "Reflections on the cot death cases", Significance, volume 2 (2005), issue 1 in which he discusses the statistical issues in all three cases.

Finding the 2000 and 2003 transcripts in Lexis Nexis.

Open Lexis Nexis

Choose "Legal Research" from the sidebar

From "Case Law" choose "Get a Case"

Choose" Commonwealth and Foreign Nations" from the sidebar

Choose "Sally Clark" for the "Keyword"

Choose "UK Cases" for the "Source"

Choose "Previous five years” for the "Date."

The two "r v Clarks" are the appeals.

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS:

(1) Do you think it is easonable not to allow a doctor to practice because of a statistical error in a court case?

(2) Do you agree with the RSS that statistical evidence should only be provided by statistical experts?

(3) Give the 73 million to 1 odds to a few of your friends and ask them if they were on the jury, in the absence of any other information, would they think that this makes it is very likely that Sally Clark is guilty?

== What women want

What women want
The New York Times, May 24, 2005, A 25
John Tierney

Are men more competitive than women?

In this OP-ED piece Tierney discusses and draws conclusions from a recent study that explores gender differences in competitive environments. Two researchers, Muriel Niederle of Stanford and Lise Vesterlund of the University of Pittsburgh, ran an experiment in which women and men had to choose to participate in either a competitive or a non-competitive task. They found that, among other things, women chose to compete less often than they should have, while conversely, men chose to compete more often than they should have. The researchers apparently anticipated this result, so in addition, Nielderle and Vesterlund designed their experiment to explore potential reasons for this difference.

Specifically, participants were paid to add up as many sets of five two-digit numbers as they could in five minutes. The experiment consisted of four tasks, each containing a potentially different scheme for how participants would be paid. After the tasks were completed, for actual payment one of the four tasks was chosen at random. Here is a brief description of the four tasks. (A more detailed description and analysis may be found at Muriel Niederle's website, in the draft article "Do Women Shy away from Competition? Do Men Compete too Much?"

1. (Piece-rate) Each participant calculates the given sums and is paid 50 cents per correct answer.

2. (Tournament) The participants compete within four-person teams consisting of two women and two men. The person who completes the most correct sums receives $2.00 per sum; the other members of the group receive nothing.

3. (Tournament Entry Choice) Each participant is given a choice of payment scheme: either by piece-rate or a tournament scheme in which the participant is paid $2.00 per correct sum if and only if she completes more correct sums than were completed by the other members of her group in task 2. (Thus it is possible for more than one member of the group to "win" the tournament.)

4. (Tournament Submission Choice) No new sums are calculated. Instead, each participant is given a choice: either receive the same piece-rate payment as was generated in task 1, or submit one's task 1 performance to a tournament in which the participant receives $2.00 per correct sum if and only if she completed more correct sums in task 1 than did the other members of her group. (Again, it is possible for more than one member of the group to "win" the tournament.)

At the end of each task, each participant is only told her own performance on the task, and thus her decision to enter a tournament (in tasks 3 and 4) is not based on relative-ranking information. Also, after the tasks were completed, each subject was asked to guess the rank of her task 1 and task 2 performances. The main goal of the study is determine if men and women of the same ability on a task choose to compete at different rates, and if so, why.

Here are some highlights of their findings:

  • Women and men performed equally well on both tasks 1 and 2.

  • Women and men performed significantly better on task 2 (tournament) then on task 1 (piece-rate), and the size of the increase was independent of gender.

  • Of the 20 tournaments in task 2, women won 11, men 9.
  • 43% of the women, versus 75% of the men, ranked themselves first in their group.

  • 35% of the women chose the tournament in task 3, versus 75% of the men.

  • Women's task 2 performance does not predict tournament entry in task 3, and only does so marginally for men. In fact, women in the highest performance quartile for task 2 were less likely to enter the tournament than men in the lowest quartile.

  • Approximately 27% of the gender difference in task 3 tournament entry can be explained by women and men forming different beliefs about their relative ranking. The remaining difference comes from a mix of both general factors (e.g. risk aversion) and tournament-specific factors (e.g. bias in estimating future performance.)

  • Approxi

This is an experiment to see if we can put all of Chance-News (July August) on a single page to make it easier to print it out and to make a pdf version.

Quotation

Numbers are like people; torture them enough and they'll tell you anything.

Forsooth

Frank Duckworth, editor of the Royal Statistical Society's newsletter RSS NEWS has given us permission to include items from their Forsooth column which they extract forsooth items from media sources.

Of course we would be happy to have readers add items they feel are worthy of a forsooth!

From the February 2005 RSS news we have:

Glasgow's odds (on a white Christmas)

had come in to 8-11, while Aberdeen was at 5-6, meaning snow in both cities

is considered almost certain.

BBC website
22 December 2004


From the May 2005 RSS News:

He tried his best--but in the end newborn Casey-James May missed out on a 48 million-to-one record by four minutes. His father Sean, grandfather Dered and great-grandfather Alistair were all born on the same date - March 2. But Casey-James was delivered at 12.04 am on March 3....

Metro
10 March 2005


In the US, those in the poorest households have nearly four times the risk of death of those in the richest.

Your World report
May 2004

Misperception of minorities and immigrants

Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science is a statistics Blog. It is maintained by Andrew Gelman, a statistician in the Departments of Statistics and Political Science at Columbia University.

You will find lots of interesting statistics discussion here. Andrew also gave a link to a cartoon in which Superman shows how he would estimate the number of beans in a jar. This also qualifies as a forsooth item.

In a July 1, 2005 posting Andrew continues an earlier discussion on misperception of minorities. This earlier discussion resulted from by a note from Tyler Cowen reporting that the March Harper's Index includes the statement:

-Average percentage of UK population that Britons believe to be immigrants: 21%
-Actual percentage: 8%

Harpers gives as reference the Market & Opinion Research International (MORI). We could not find this statistic on the MORI website but we found something close to it in a Readers Digest (UK) report (November 2000) of a study "Britain Today - Are We An Intolerant Nation?" that MORI did for the Readers Digest (UK) in 2000. The Digest reports:

  • A massive eight in ten (80%) of British adults believe that refugees come to this country because they regard Britain as 'a soft touch'.
  • Two thirds (66%) think that 'there are too many immigrants in Britain'.
  • Almost two thirds (63%) feel that 'too much is done to help immigrants'.
  • Nearly four in ten (37%) feel that those settling in this country 'should not maintain the culture and lifestyle they had at home'.

The Digest goes on to say:

  • Respondents grossly overestimated the financial aid asylum seekers receive, believing on average that an asylum seeker gets £113 a week to live on. In fact, a single adult seeking asylum gets £36.54 a week in vouchers to be spent at designated stores. Just £10 may be converted to cash.
  • On average the public estimates that 20 per cent of the British population are immigrants. The real figure is around 4 per cent.
  • Similarly, they believe that on average 26 per cent of the population belong to an ethnic minority. The real figure is around 7 per cent.

This last statistic is pretty close to the Harper's Index and the other responses give us some idea why they might over-estimate the percentage of immigrants.

In the earlier posting, the Harper's Index comments reminded Andrew of an article in the Washington Post by Richard Morin (October 8, 1995) in which Morin discussed the results of a Post/Keiser/Harvard survey "Four Americas: Government and Social Policy Through the Eyes of America's Multi-racial and Multi-ethnic Society"

The Keiser report includes the following data:

Keiser2.jpg

Note that, while it is true that the White population significantly underestimated the number of African Americans, Latinos, and Asians, the same is true for each of these groups.

John Sides sent Andrew the following data on the estimated, and actual percentage of foreign-born residents in each of 20 European countries from the [http:www.europeansocialsurvey.org/ the multi-nation European Social Survey ] :

ForeignBorn.jpg

We see that we have signficant overestimation of the number of foreign-born residents, but Germany almost got it right. You will find further discussion on this topic by Andrew and John on the July1, 2005 posting on Andrew's blog.

DISCUSSION QUESTION:

(1) What explanations can you think of that might explain this overestimation? Can you suggest additional research that might clarify what is going on here?

I was quoting the statistics, I wasn't pretending to be a statistician

Sir Roy Meadow struck off by GMC
BBC News, 15 July 2005

Beyond reasonable doubt
Plus magazine, 2002
Helen Joyce

Multiple sudden infant deaths--coincidence or beyond coincidence
Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology 2004, 18, 320-326
Roy Hill

___________________________________________________________________________________

Sir Roy Meadow is a pediatrician, well known for his research in child abuse. The BBC article reports that the UK General Medical Council (GMC) has found Sir Roy guilty of serious professional misconduct and has "struck him off" the medical registry. If upheld under appeal this will prevent Meadow from practicing medicine in the UK.

This decision was based on a flawed statistical estimate that Meadow made while testifying as an expert witness in a 1999 trial in which a Sally Clark was found guilty of murdering her two baby boys and given a life sentence.

To understand Meadow's testimony we need to know what SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome) is. The standard definition of SIDS is:

The sudden death of a baby that is unexpected by history and in whom a thorough post-mortem examination fails to demonstrate an adequate cause of death.

The death of Sally Clark's first baby was reported as a cot death, which is another name for SIDS. Then when her second baby died she was arrested and tried for murdering both her children.

We were not able to find a transcript for the original trial, but from Lexis Nexis we found transcripts of two appeals that the Clarks made, one in October 2000 and the other in April 2003. The 2003 transcript reported on the statistical testimony in the original trial as follows:

Professor Meadow was asked about some statistical information as to the happening of two cot deaths within the same family, which at that time was about to be published in a report of a government funded multi-disciplinary research

team, the Confidential Enquiry into Sudden Death in Infancy (CESDI) entitled 'Sudden Unexpected Deaths in Infancy' to which the professor was then writing a Preface. Professor Meadow said that it was 'the most reliable study and easily the largest and in that sense the latest and the best' ever done in this country.

It was explained to the jury that there were factors that were suggested as relevant to the chances of a SIDS death within a given family; namely the age of the mother, whether there was a smoker in the household and the absence of a wage-earner in the family.

None of these factors had relevance to the Clark family and Professor Meadow was asked if a figure of 1 in 8,543 reflected the risk of there being a single SIDS within such a family. He agreed that it was. A table from the CESDI report was placed before the jury. He was then asked if the report calculated the risk of two infants dying of SIDS in that family by chance. His reply was: 'Yes, you have to multiply 1 in 8,543 times 1 in 8,543 and I think it gives that in the penultimate paragraph. It points out that it's approximately a chance of 1 in 73 million.'

It seems that at this point Professor Meadow's voice was dropping and so the figure was repeated and then Professor Meadow added: 'In England, Wales and Scotland there are about say 700,000 live births a year, so it is saying by chance that happening will occur about once every hundred years.'

Mr. Spencer [for the prosecution] then pointed to the suspicious features alleged by the Crown in this present case and asked: 'So is this right, not only would the chance be 1 in 73 million but in addition in these two deaths there are features, which would be regarded as suspicious in any event?' He elicited the reply 'I believe so'.

All of this evidence was given without objection from the defence but Mr. Bevan (who represented the Appellant at trial and at the first appeal but not at ours) cross--examined the doctor. He put to him figures from other research that suggested that the figure of 1 in 8,543 for a single cot death might be much too high. He then dealt with the chance of two cot deaths and Professor Meadow responded: 'This is why you take what's happened to all the children into account, and that is why you end up saying the chance of the children dying naturally in these circumstances is very, very long odds indeed one in 73 million.' He then added:

'. . . it's the chance of backing that long odds outsider at the Grand National, you know; let's say it's a 80 to 1 chance, you back the winner last year, then the next year there's another horse at 80 to 1 and it is still 80 to 1 and you back it again and it wins. Now here we're in a situation that, you know, to get to these odds of 73 million you've got to back that 1 in 80 chance four years running, so yes, you might be very, very lucky because each time it's just been a 1 in 80 chance and you know, you've happened to have won it, but the chance of it happening four years running we all know is extraordinarily unlikely. So it's the same with these deaths. You have to say two unlikely events have happened and together it's very, very, very unlikely.'

The trial judge clearly tried to divert the jury away from reliance on this statistical evidence. He said: 'I should, I think, members of the jury just sound a word of caution about the statistics. However compelling you may find them to be, we do not convict people in these courts on statistics. It would be a terrible day if that were so. If there is one SIDS death in a family, it does not mean that there cannot be another one in the same family.'

Note that Meadow obtained the odds of 73 million to one from the CESDI report so there is some truth to the statement "I was quoting the statistics, I wasn't pretending to be a statistician" that Meadow made to the General Medical Council. Note also that both Meadow and the Judge took this statistic seriously and must have felt that it was evidence that Sally Clark was guilty. This was also true of the press. The Sunday Mail (Queenstand, Australia) had an article titled "Mum killed her babies" in which we read:

Medical experts gave damning evidence that the odds of both children dying from cot death were 73 million to one.

There are two obvious problems with this 1 in 73 million statistic: (1) Meadow assumed that in a family like the Clarks the events the "first child has a SIDS death" and "the second child has a SIDS death" are independent events. Because of environmental and genetics effects it seems very unlikely this is the case. (2) The 73 million to 1 odds might suggest to the jury that there is a 1 in 73 million chance that Sally Clark is innocent. The medical experts testimonies were very technical and some were contradictory. The 1 in 73 million odds were something the jury would at least feel that they understood. If you gave these odds to your Uncle George and asked him if Sally Clark is guilty he will very likely say "yes".

The 73 million to 1 odds for SIDS deaths are useless to the jury in assessing guilt unless they are also given the corresponding odds that the deaths were the result of murders. We shall see later that, in this situation, SIDS deaths are about 9 time more likely than murders suggesting that Sally Clark is innocent rather than guilty.

The Clarks had their first appeal in 2 October 2000. By this time they realized that they had to have their own statisticians as expert witnesses. They chose Ian Evett from the Forensic Science Service and Philip Dawid, Professor of Statistics at University College London. Both of these statisticians have specialized in statistical evidence in the courts. In his report Dawid gave a very clear description of what would be required to obtain a reasonable estimate of the probability of two SIDS deaths in a randomly chosen family with two babies. He emphasized that it would be important also to have some estimate of the variability of this estimate. Then he gave an equally clear discussion on the relevance of this probability, emphasizing the need for the corresponding probability of two murders in a family with two children. His conclusion was:

The figure 1 in 73 million quoted in Sir Roy Meadow's testimony at trial, as the probability of two babies both dying of SIDS in a family like Sally Clark's, was highly misleading and prejudicial. The value of this probability has not been estimated with anything like the precision suggested, and could well be very much higher. But, more important, the figure was presented with no explanation of the logically correct use of such information - which is very different from what a simple intuitive reaction might suggest. In particular, such a figure could only be useful if compared with a similar figure calculated under the alternative hypothesis that both babies were murdered. Even though assessment of the relevant probabilities may be difficult, there is a clear and well-established statistical logic for combining them and making appropriate inferences from them, which was not appreciated by the court.

These two statisticians were not allowed to appear in the court proceedings but only to have their reports read.

The Clarks' grounds for appeal included medical and statistical errors. In particular they included Meadow's incorrect calculation and the Judge's failing to warn the jury against the "prosecutor's fallacy".

Concerning the miscalculation of the odds for two SIDS in a family of two children, the judge remarks that this was already known and all that really mattered was that appearance of two SIDS deaths is unusual.

The judge then dismisses the prosecutor's fallacy with the remark:

He [Everett] makes the obvious point that the evidential material in Table 3.58 tells us nothing whatsoever as to the guilt or innocence of the appellant.

The judge concludes:

Thus we do not think that the matters raised under Ground 3(a) (the statistical issues) are capable of affecting the safety of the convictions. They do not undermine what was put before the jury or cast a fundamentally different light on it. Even if they had been raised at trial, the most that could be expected to have resulted would be a direction to the jury that the issue was the broad one of rarity, to which the precise degree of probability was unnecessary.

The Judge dismissed the appeal.

After this the mathematics and statistical communities realized that it was necessary to explain these statistical issues to the legal community and the press. On 23 October Royal Statistics Society addressed these issues in a press release and in January 2002 they sent a letter to the Lord Chamberllor. Both of these are available here. Here is the letter to the Lord Chancelor:

Dear Lord Chancellor,

I am writing to you on behalf of the Royal Statistical Society to express the Society's concern about some aspects of the presentation of statistical evidence in criminal trials.

You will be aware of the considerable public attention aroused by the recent conviction, confirmed on appeal, of Sally Clark for the murder of her two infants. One focus of the public attention was the statistical evidence given by a medical expert witness, who drew on a published study to obtain an estimate of the frequency of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS, or "cot death") in families having some of the characteristics of the defendant's family. The witness went on to square this estimate to obtain a value of 1 in 73 million for the frequency of two cases of SIDS in such a family. This figure had an immediate and dramatic impact on all media reports of the trial, and it is difficult to believe that it did not also influence jurors.

The calculation leading to 1 in 73 million is invalid. It would only be valid if SIDS cases arose Independently within families, an assumption that would need to be justified empirically. Not only was no such empirical justification provided in the case, but there are very strong reasons for supposing that the assumption is false. There may well be unknown genetic or environmental factors that predispose families to SIDS, so that a second case within the family becomes much more likely than would be a case in another, apparently similar, family.

A separate concern is that the characteristics used to classify the Clark family were chosen on the basis of the same data as was used to evaluate the frequency for that classification. This double use of data is well recognized by statisticians as perilous, since it can lead to subtle yet important biases.



For these reasons, the 1 in 73 million figure cannot be regarded as statistically valid. The Court of Appeal recognized flaws in its calculation, but seemed to accept it as establishing "... a very broad point, namely the rarity of double SIDS" [AC judgment, para 138]. However, not only is the error in the 1 in 73 million figure likely to be very large, it is almost certainly in one particular direction - against the defendant. Moreover, following from the 1 in 73 million figure at the original trial, the expert used a figure of about 700,000 UK births per year to conclude that "... by chance that happening will occur every 100 years". This conclusion is fallacious, not only because of the invalidity of the 1 in 73 million figure, but also because the 1 in 73 million figure relates only to families having some characteristics matching that of the defendant. This error seems not to have been recognized by the Appeal Court, who cited it without critical comment [AC judgment para 115]. Leaving aside the matter of validity, figures such as the 1 in 73 million are very easily misinterpreted. Some press reports at the time stated that this was the chance that the deaths of Sally Clark's two children were accidental. This (mis-)interpretation is a serious error of logic known as the Prosecutor's Fallacy . The jury needs to weigh up two competing explanations for the babies' deaths: SIDS or murder. The fact that two deaths by SIDS is quite unlikely is, taken alone, of little value. Two deaths by murder may well be even more unlikely. What matters is the relative likelihood of the deaths under each explanation, not just how unlikely they are under one explanation.

The Prosecutor's Fallacy has been well recognized in the context of DNA profile evidence. Its commission at trial has led to successful appeals (R v. Deen, 1993; R v. Doheny/Adams 1996). In the latter judgment, the Court of Appeal put in place guidelines for the presentation of DNA evidence. However, we are concerned that the seriousness of the problem more generally has not been sufficiently recognized. In particular, we are concerned that the Appeal Court did not consider it necessary to examine the expert statistical evidence, but were content with written submissions.

The case of R v. Sally Clark is one example of a medical expert witness making a serious statistical error. Although the Court of Appeal judgment implied a view that the error was unlikely to have had a profound effect on the outcome of the case, it would be better that the error had not occurred at all. Although many scientists have some familiarity with statistical methods, statistics remains a specialized area. The Society urges you to take steps to ensure that statistical evidence is presented only by appropriately qualified statistical experts, as would be the case for any other form of expert evidence. Without suggesting that there are simple or uniform answers, the Society would be pleased to be involved in further discussions on the use and presentation of statistical evidence in courts, and to give advice on the validation of the expertise of witnesses.

Yours sincerely
Professor Peter Green,
President, Royal Statistical Society.

Now that we all agree that we need to know the relative probability that a family with two babies loses them by SIDS deaths or by murder, what are these probabilities?. Roy Hill, Professor of Mathematics at the University of Salford tackled this question. His results were first given in an unpublished paper "Cot death or Murder-weighing the probabilities" presented to the Developmental Physiology Conference, June 2002 (available from the author). Hill published his results in the his article "Multiple sudden infant deaths--coincidence or beyond coincidence?, "Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology" 2004, 18, 320-326.

In the trial the news media made frequent references to "Meadow's law". This law is: "One cot death is a tragedy, two cot deaths is suspicious and three cot deaths is murder". This motivated Hill to test this law by estimating the relative probability of SIDS and murder deaths for the case of 1 baby, 2 babies, and 3 babies. This is a difficult problem since data from different studies give different estimates, the estimates differ over time etc. However Hill did a heroic job of combining all data he could find to come up with reasonable estimates. Here is what he found:

Regarding the issue of independence Hill concludes:

In the light of all the data, it seems reasonable to estimate that the risk of SIDS is between 5 and 10 times greater for infants where a sibling has already been a SIDS victim.

As to the relative probabilities of SIDS deaths and murders Hill provides the following estimates:

(1) An infant is about 17 times more likely to be a SIDS victim than a homicide victim.

(2) Two infants are about 9 times more likely to be SIDS victims than homicide victims.

(3) Three infants have about the same probability of being SIDS victims or homicide victims.

These estimates do not support Meadow's Law. Despite many references to Meadow's Law in the medical journals and the news media, the editor for Hill's article comments that it appears to be due to D.J. and F.J. M Di Maio and seems not to appear in any of Meadow's writings.

Hill's analysis is used in the very nice article on the Sally Clark case "Beyond reasonable doubt" by Helen Joyce in Plus magazine. This is a great article to have students read.

After the failure of their appeal, the Clarks started a campaign to get the news media to support their campaign. They also continued to search for medical explanations for their children's deaths. In the process they found that the prosecutor's pathologist who had performed the autopsies for the two children had withheld the information that their second child had been suffering from a bacterial infection which could have been the cause of a natural death. Recall that his first opinion had been that the first child also was a natural death. This information and the flawed statistics led the Criminal Cases Review Commission, which investigates possible miscarriages of justice, to refer the case back to the courts for another appeal.

In this appeal the judge ruled that if the bacterial infection information had been known in the original trial, the Sally Clark would probably not have been convicted, and so he allowed the appeal and quashed the convictions freeing Sally Clalrk after two and a half years in jail..

The judge also agreed that the statistical evidence was seriously flawed and conclued:

Thus it seems likely that if this matter had been fully argued before us we would, in all probability, have considered that the statistical evidence provided a quite distinct basis upon which the appeal had to be allowed.

Thus we cannot say that the famous 1 chance in 73 million statistic was responsible for Sally Clark being freed from jail but it is very likely the reason she spent two and a half years in jail.

For the complete Sally Clark story we recommend the book "Stolen Innocence" by John Batt available at U.K. Amazon. Batt is a lawyer and good friend of the Clarks. He attended the trials and his book tells the Sally Clark story from beginning to end. We also found it interesting to read the transcripts of the 2000 and 2003 appeal. These were not easy to find so we include at the end of this article the Lexis Nexis path to these transcrips.

Sir Roy Meadow was also the key prosecution witness in two other cases similar to the Sally Clark case: the Angela Canning case and the Trupti Patel case. Roy Hill also wrote an intersting article "Reflections on the cot death cases", Significance, volume 2 (2005), issue 1 in which he discusses the statistical issues in all three cases.

Finding the 2000 and 2003 transcripts in Lexis Nexis.

Open Lexis Nexis

Choose "Legal Research" from the sidebar

From "Case Law" choose "Get a Case"

Choose" Commonwealth and Foreign Nations" from the sidebar

Choose "Sally Clark" for the "Keyword"

Choose "UK Cases" for the "Source"

Choose "Previous five years” for the "Date."

The two "r v Clarks" are the appeals.

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS:

(1) Do you think it is easonable not to allow a doctor to practice because of a statistical error in a court case?

(2) Do you agree with the RSS that statistical evidence should only be provided by statistical experts?

(3) Give the 73 million to 1 odds to a few of your friends and ask them if they were on the jury, in the absence of any other information, would they think that this makes it is very likely that Sally Clark is guilty?

== What women want

What women want
The New York Times, May 24, 2005, A 25
John Tierney

Are men more competitive than women?

In this OP-ED piece Tierney discusses and draws conclusions from a recent study that explores gender differences in competitive environments. Two researchers, Muriel Niederle of Stanford and Lise Vesterlund of the University of Pittsburgh, ran an experiment in which women and men had to choose to participate in either a competitive or a non-competitive task. They found that, among other things, women chose to compete less often than they should have, while conversely, men chose to compete more often than they should have. The researchers apparently anticipated this result, so in addition, Nielderle and Vesterlund designed their experiment to explore potential reasons for this difference.

Specifically, participants were paid to add up as many sets of five two-digit numbers as they could in five minutes. The experiment consisted of four tasks, each containing a potentially different scheme for how participants would be paid. After the tasks were completed, for actual payment one of the four tasks was chosen at random. Here is a brief description of the four tasks. (A more detailed description and analysis may be found at Muriel Niederle's website, in the draft article "Do Women Shy away from Competition? Do Men Compete too Much?"

1. (Piece-rate) Each participant calculates the given sums and is paid 50 cents per correct answer.

2. (Tournament) The participants compete within four-person teams consisting of two women and two men. The person who completes the most correct sums receives $2.00 per sum; the other members of the group receive nothing.

3. (Tournament Entry Choice) Each participant is given a choice of payment scheme: either by piece-rate or a tournament scheme in which the participant is paid $2.00 per correct sum if and only if she completes more correct sums than were completed by the other members of her group in task 2. (Thus it is possible for more than one member of the group to "win" the tournament.)

4. (Tournament Submission Choice) No new sums are calculated. Instead, each participant is given a choice: either receive the same piece-rate payment as was generated in task 1, or submit one's task 1 performance to a tournament in which the participant receives $2.00 per correct sum if and only if she completed more correct sums in task 1 than did the other members of her group. (Again, it is possible for more than one member of the group to "win" the tournament.)

At the end of each task, each participant is only told her own performance on the task, and thus her decision to enter a tournament (in tasks 3 and 4) is not based on relative-ranking information. Also, after the tasks were completed, each subject was asked to guess the rank of her task 1 and task 2 performances. The main goal of the study is determine if men and women of the same ability on a task choose to compete at different rates, and if so, why.

Here are some highlights of their findings:

  • Women and men performed equally well on both tasks 1 and 2.

  • Women and men performed significantly better on task 2 (tournament) then on task 1 (piece-rate), and the size of the increase was independent of gender.

  • Of the 20 tournaments in task 2, women won 11, men 9.
  • 43% of the women, versus 75% of the men, ranked themselves first in their group.

  • 35% of the women chose the tournament in task 3, versus 75% of the men.

  • Women's task 2 performance does not predict tournament entry in task 3, and only does so marginally for men. In fact, women in the highest performance quartile for task 2 were less likely to enter the tournament than men in the lowest quartile.

  • Approximately 27% of the gender difference in task 3 tournament entry can be explained by women and men forming different beliefs about their relative ranking. The remaining difference comes from a mix of both general factors (e.g. risk aversion) and tournament-specific factors (e.g. bias in estimating future performance.)

  • Approxi

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