Bakersfield Residential Network (ResNet)
Acceptable Use Policy
Your ResNet connection is
designed to allow CSU Bakersfield students the ability to check on-campus
email, access library databases, and browse the Internet. It is your sole responsibility to utilize
this service appropriately. By
connecting a computer to ResNet, you have stated that you have read and
accepted the terms stated in the ResNet acceptable use policy and are bound to
and required to adhere to all aspects of the CSU Bakersfield acceptable use
policy, 4cNet acceptable use policy and all university, city, county, state and
federal regulations. This acceptable
use policy and all computer/network related policies and regulations is located
on the web at http://www.csub.edu/resnet.
The following are
regulations for use of CSU Bakersfield’s ResNet service. This list is not inclusive and may be
modified in writing, at any time. Any
violation of these regulations may be cause for revocation of these privileges.
- ResNet services, equipment, wiring or jacks may
not be altered nor extended beyond the location of their intended
use. Data jacks/wiring may not be
altered. The use of phone splitters
in data jacks is expressly forbidden.
The use of hubs, switches, wireless access points are also
- ResNet may not be used to provide Internet
access to anyone not formally affiliated with the University. FTP, HTTP, and Telnet connections to
ResNet from outside the University, direct or via proxy, are not
allowed. This also includes
providing peer-to-peer networking via applications such as Napster,
Gnutella, KazAa, etc. A web server
for student web pages is available through the University’s Web Services
- Users may not run any programs that interfere
with ResNet or network services.
In particular, setting up DHCP and proxy servers are expressly
- Users may not run or distribute malicious
software that adversely affects other user systems or network systems.
- The ResNet service is a shared resource. Excessive use of the network, which
interferes with other users, is not permitted. Excessive use will be defined by the University’s Network
Services. High bandwidth
applications may be blocked or limited from ResNet as needed.
- ResNet may not be used for commercial or profit
making enterprise. Use of these
resources for commercial gain is in opposition to the non-profit status of
- Users must follow proper ResNet connection procedures. Users may not use or spoof any network
address not specifically assigned to them.
- Users may not use ResNet to attempt to
circumvent protection schemes or exercise security loopholes in any
computer or network environment.
Port scanning is expressly forbidden.