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Information for Residents
Virtual Campus Graz
Specified is the ACOnet subscriber number, the maximum number of beds (#),
the agreed local bandwidth, the international bandwidth from Vienna (which
is paid by the ministry), from which provider the local line is provided
(or the dorm through which one is connected), to which switchport the dorm
is connected (Interface number) and whether the dorm offers a centrally VCG
administered (area-wide) WLAN (✔) or not
(X) - ✔ means that at
least in some areas a WLAN with VCG access data is available, but it is
administered by the dorm and not centrally by VCG.
If the local bandwidth is "0", it means that the subscriber is directly
connected to another subscriber or directly connected to the VCG node at
Graz University of Technology, this is then indicated in the "Line" column.
The value of the local bandwidth is a link to the usage statistics of the
The total row shows
the total number of dorm residents,
the total bandwidth of the dorm connections,
the total international bandwidth paid by the ministry, and
the line operator of the 10 Gbps ACOnet backbone.
The total international bandwidth funded by the ministry may be exceeded
16 times during the day, and as much as 32 times during the night. This
also means that the line would currently be almost doubly overloaded during
the day if all dorms used their full bandwidth, but this is currently never
the case during the day. At night, the total bandwidth is currently pretty
much equal to the sum of the connection bandwidths.
There is no logical limit to the universities and many services in Austria;i
here, the physical line (10 Gbps) is the limit.
More dorms in Styria can be found at www.studium.at/studentenheime.