The department provides backup service for all important department services and servers. This includes department email, web, and database servers. Backup service for research servers and office and lab workstations is provided by the IT support group on a per request basis.
For those hosts which we are backing up, files are backed up nightly, and we retain backed up files for one year. If the file you need was removed or lost longer than a year previous, we cannot recover it. Please also note that we will back up only user files (/home, /Users, C:\Users, or C:\Documents and Settings). If you are interested in learning more about our backup schedule, or would like to request that your workstation or server be added to our backup schedule, please contact us at email@example.com.
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org requesting that the lost file or directory be recovered.
Include the following information in the email:
A list of software supported can be found here.
Wireless network connectivity is provided via the "UCSB Wireless Web", available at Harold Frank Hall, Engineering II, ESB, and various other locations on campus. Faculty, staff, students and visitors with a UCSBnetID can use this network.
In order to use the campus wireless network, you will be required to login using your UCSBnetID. You can register for a UCSBnetID here.
To login to the wireless network, follow these steps:
You will now be able to browse the internet.
The campus wireless network is for authorized users only. Use of university resources must be in accordance with University policies and applicable law. Sharing of login names is prohibited. Users are solely responsible for any activity that occurs as a result of their login. Access to port 25 (SMTP) is blocked due to spam issues, please use web-based email or submission-based (port 587) for email delivery instead of port 25.
If you've forgotten your UCSBNetID login information, you can visit the Identity Manager page to recover or reset your password.
Go to ECE Network Connections
You can register for a UCSBnetID here.
You are eligible for an ECE department user account if you are faculty, staff, researcher, or graduate student in the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Undergraduates can get College of Engineering accounts by bringing a picture ID to Engineering I, Room 3110 and filling out an account request form.
You may apply for an ECE account at ECE User Accounts
ECE accounts last as long as you are currently employed or enrolled at UCSB.
Our mail system allows email messages to be a maximum of 35MB for both sending and receiving. Encoding the message for email adds to the size of the message. The largest attachment you can send or receive will be somewhat smaller. If you must send a large file to someone, it is usually more efficient to use your Web space to make the file available to them and send them a link to download it instead.
Many clients will automatically configure the appropriate IMAP connection settings for your account. You can confirm that the connection settings your client configures are the same by comparing it to the settings listed below.
You can reset your password by clicking on the link here.