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We need to know the specific IP addresses for which you are requesting institutional access. An IP address range involves four components, or sections, separated by periods ( . ). Please enter one or more ranges below, separating multiple ranges with a comma ( , ).

For each range, enter four components joined by three periods ( . ). Each component may be either an individual number from 0 to 255, a span of numbers (such as “1-10”), or an asterisk ( * ) to indicate all of the numbers from 0 to 255. Only one of the four components may include a range, and no specific numbers can appear after a *.

Examples:

  • 100.100.23.43 — a single IP address
  • 100.98.4.1-10 — a range including ten addresses
  • 100.99.16.* — a “class C” address range (including 255 addresses)

Ranges may be written in long or short formats. For example:

  • 100.98.4.1-100.98.4.142 is the same as 100.98.4.1-142
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  • 100.98.4.0-100.98.7.255 is the same as 100.98.4-7.*
  • 100.98.0.0-100.98.255.255 is the same as 100.98.*.*

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