General

  • Concern persons for network problem

    Mr. Vinay Bajpai vinayb[AT]iiserb.ac.in
    Mr. Manvendra Singh manvendra[AT]iiserb.ac.in
    Mr. Sushil Kumar Singh sushilks[AT]iiserb.ac.in
    Mr. Ritesh Singh Thakur rsthakur[AT]iiserb.ac.in
    Mr. Abhishek Sahni abhishek[AT]iiserb.ac.in
    Mr. Trilok Yadav trilok[AT]iiserb.ac.in

  • Connect Computers to the LAN

    Configuration Settings for Windows Platform
    For Windows XP

    • Go to Start >> Settings >> Control Panel >> Network Connections >> Local Area Connection >> Properties
    • Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IP)
    • Click Properties
    • For DHCP, select Obtain IP address automatically and Obtain DNS address automatically
    • For static IP, Specify IP, Gateway, Subnet Mask and DNS

    For Windows 7, 8 OR 10
    • Go to Start >> Settings >> Control Panel >> Network and Sharing Center >> Change Adapter Settings >> Local Area Connection >> Properties
    • For Windows 10 Go to Search >> Settings >> Network & Internet >> Change Adapter Settings >> Local Area Connection >> Properties
    • Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)
    • Click Properties
    • For DHCP, select Obtain IP address automatically and Obtain DNS address automatically
    • For Static IP, Specify IP, Gateway, Subnet Mask and DNS

    Configuration Settings for Linux Platform
    • Go to Network Settings GUI
    • Select and configure the Interface
    • For DHCP, select automatically obtain IP address and automatically obtain DNS address
    • For Static IP, Specify IP, Gateway, Subnet Mask and DNS
  • Setup Wi-Fi Conection
    • Turn on your Laptop/Mobile Devices into a Wireless Hotspot area
    • Go to Start >> Settings >> Control Panel >> Network and Sharing Center >> Change Adapter Settings >> Wireless Network Connection
    • Choose SSID iiserb from the popup window.
    • Start using Network.
  • Set/use the nknproxy server for Internet.

    INTERNET EXPLORER

    • Go to Tools >> Internet Options >> Connections >> LAN Settings
    • Check Use a proxy server for your LAN and Bypass proxy server for local addresses
    • Set the proxy server as nknproxy.iiserb.ac.in Port: 3128
    • Click on Advanced Settings
    • In Exceptions, add *.iiserb.ac.in

    MOZILLA FIREFOX

    Open MOZILLA Firefox

    • Go to Preferences >> Advanced >> Network >> Settings
    • Select Manual Proxy Configuration and set the proxy server as nknproxy.iiserb.ac.in Port: 3128
    • In "No Proxy for", add *.iiserb.ac.in

    GOOGLE CHROME

    • Go to Setting >> Advance setting >> Change Proxy settings >> LAN Settings
    • Check and
    • Set the proxy server as nknproxy.iiserb.ac.in Port: 3128
    • Click on Advanced Settings
    • In Exceptions, add *.iiserb.ac.in

  • Why does CC filter and restrict access to IISERB network?

    IISERB net is an "open" computing environment which reflects the traditional openness of the academic environment. However we restrict the access from your machine to Internet and vice-versa by using Firewalls and also block access to porn sites.

  • Setup your Personal Home or Group Page account on HOME.IISERB.AC.IN

    REQUISITE

    • You must have your LDAP login account
    • Any FTP Client Software (Eg. FileZilla,WinSCP, FireFTP etc.)
    • Web pages related to your Personal Home or Group page.

    Assumed that you have FileZilla FTP client

    • Open FileZilla
    • Now write
    • Host:home.iiserb.ac.in
    • Username:abc(YOUR LDAP ACCOUNT NAME)
    • Password:***(YOUR LDAP ACCOUNT PASS )
    • Port:22
    • Click On Quickconnect

    Output will be like this

    • Now you can see a folder with name www, Just open(double click)it.
    • After this, put your web pages in it by drag and drop or upload your files.

    To access your page on web browser

    • Open your web browser
    • Type the URL :home.iiserb.ac.in/~abc(home.iiserb.ac.in/~YOUR-LDAP-LOGIN)

  • Create email group from individual email account.

    • 1.Login to your IISERB Email Account
    • 2.Click on Icon (Top Right of Screen)
    • 3.Click on More
    • 4. Click on Contacts Button
    • 5.Click on New Group
    • 6.Enter Group Name & Press OK
    • 7.Click on your Group (here it is CC Group)
    • 8.Click on Button for addition of Group Member's email account
    • 9.Start typing your contact name or email-id, select from list.
    • 10.Press Add Button.
    • 11.To add more contacts repeat step no. 9 to 10.

  • Mail Migration from IISER Bhopal account to your personal email account

    NOTE: Go to the bottom of the security setting of Google and Allow less secure apps: ON
    or Go to the Less secure apps section of my Account

      Step 1 :-

    • First, set up POP in email
    • On your computer, open Gmail.
    • In the top right, click Setting.
    • Click Settings.
    • Click the Forwarding and POP/IMAP tab.
    • In the "POP Download" section, select Enable POP for all mail or Enable POP for mail that arrives from now on.
    • At the bottom of the page, click Save Changes.

    • Step 2 :-

    • Import old emails from IISER Bhopal account
    • Open Gmail.
    • In the top right, click SettingSettings
    • Click Settings.
    • Click the Accounts and Import or Accounts tab.
    • Click Import mail and contacts.
    • Follow the steps on the screen to import your old emails.
    • Click Start Import.

    • Other details
    • pop server :- pop.gmail.com
    • Requires SSL:- Yes
    • Port:- 995
    • username:- type your iiser mail id

    • Source
    • https://support.google.com/mail/answer/56283?hl=en
    • https://support.google.com/mail/answer/7104828?hl=en

    • For questions or comments regarding this document, pleasee mail network@iiserb.ac.in