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Digital Support Services (DSS)
Smathers Libraries
University of Florida
P.O Box 117003
Gainesville, FL 32611 USA

P: 352.273.2900
F: 352.392.6597

Celebrating 100 years of IFAS and the Smith-Lever Act

Visit the Florida Agriculture and Rural Life Collection for more.

The Haiti Sun

A collaborative project with the Duke University Archives, the DSS is scanning a run of the of the Haiti Sun from 1950-1962.

Ramón Figueroa Mexican & Cuban Film Poster Collection

Collection: Digital Library of the Caribbean

Drew Field Echoes

Description: Newspaper published at the Drew Field Air Force Base in Tampa, Florida.

Collection: Florida Digital Newspaper Library

Antique Maps, Historic Sanborn Maps, and Aerial Photography

Collection: Map & Imagery Library Digital Collections

Archie Carr and Sea Turtles

Description: Archie Carr attaching weather balloons to sea turtles.

Collection: University Archives Photograph Collection

Alfred Browning Parker

Description: Alfred Browning Parker, architectural drawings, from the University of Florida Architecture Archives

Collection: University of Florida Libraries Architecture Archives Collection

Digital Library Center: Network Activity

UF's Computing and Networking Services (CNS) have a Network Monitoring System that's accessible online to check on network traffice. To check network traffic:

  • Go to CNS's Network Monitoring System
  • Select the building from the drop-down menu (Smathers)
  • Looking at the results, choose the appropriate device.
  • As of May 2008, the DLC runs through the sma299c-wg items.
    For additional reference on the device names, please note:
    • Bpop is the "building point of presence" which is a router (connecting the building to the main campus network) 
    • Wg is workgroup or this could also be svr for server - it designates a switch either for general use or a server room. 
    • The number after that is the model number of the device.
    • The number after that (1,2, etc) notes if there are more than one of those devices in that rack.


So is in Smathers room 16, it’s a Catalyst 3750 router and it’s the first of those in the rack in that location.

Last modified: Saturday July 24 2010 lnt