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Virginia Tech recently received an allocation of a new IPv4 address range: 188.8.131.52/18. None of these addresses have been assigned from this range, as yet. This advance announcement is provided to allow administrators time to assess how this impacts their services and security policies and make any necessary adjustments.
We encourage you to watch the Announcements from Virginia Tech's 4Help Web page for more details as they become available.
Should you have questions, please send an email to Ask-NISemail@example.com.
Accommodating the increasingly large volume of mobile and other internet capable devices connecting to Virginia Tech's network requires a corresponding use of IPv4 private addresses (RFC-1918). These private addresses require the use of Network Address Translation (NAT) to access off-campus services and resources.