Welcome to the one-stop computing resource site for Virginia Tech. With Computing @ Virginia Tech, you only have to remember one address to find anything and everything about using your computer at Virginia Tech. Faculty and staff may also refer to the Information Technology Reference Guide.
Everything you need to know about transitioning at Virginia Tech. Whether you're a new student, new faculty/staff, or a recent graduate - we have collected all the information you need to know, as well as what you can expect from computing at VT, in one convenient place.
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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.