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Services and Resources
  • Mission
    • Mainframe
    • IBM SP2 (12 Nodes):
      Theoretical Peak Vector : 3168 MFLOPS.
      Memory: 2.8 GB, HD: 31 GB
      Programming language: HPF (High Performance FORTRAN), PVM C.
    • Multifunctional File Servers
      1. HP9000/800 G60 x 1:
        Memory: 256 MB, HD: 5 GB
      2. IBM RS6000/590 x 2:
        Memory: 512 MB, HD: 11 GB
      3. IBM RS6000/570 x 1:
        Memory: 512 MB, HD: 2 GB
      4. SUN SPARC CENTER 2000 x 1:
        Memory: 256 MB, HD: 4 GB
    • WorkStations
      1. SUN WorkStation x 40
      2. IBM WorkStation x11.
    • Software Packages
  • Campus Network
The Campus Network expands on 7 academic colleges, library, administration buildings, Office of Information Technology and residence areas. It supports all the teaching, research and administration work on campus with totally over 6000 available connection ports. All regional routers of buildings were connected to the backbone through two CISCO 7513 and two CISCO 6509 routers with gigabit in two faces. The student residence network was upgraded and completed by Feb 24, 2001 with the fastest speed among universities and colleges in Taiwan. There are network managers resided in each residence hall responsible for solving network-related problems, and maintaining various servers, including FTP, DNS, Mail, and WWW. The current fee of using residence network is NT$1000 every semester plus summer or winter vacations. And more detailed information will be available on the website

  • Consulting Services
In order to help user solve computer and campus network problems, consulting services are provided as follows:
  1. Face-to-face discussion with consultants on HelpDesk.
  2. Technical Hotline: Campus extention 14150
  3. E-mail address:
  4. FAQ Website:
  5. Residence Hall consulting services: Network Managers
  • Information, Computing Education and Training
In addition to the consulting services, all the faculties, staffs and students can also attend various training courses and conferences to effectively use our sufficient computing and networking resources. Those training courses and ad hoc conferences are offered on a semester basis and detailed information can be obtained from
  • Services of the Networking Resources
The university not only possesses excellent campus network, but also makes efforts in formulating the most convenient and best networking services for users. The current networking services were as follows:
  • WWW Server:
  • Proxy Server: (port: 3128)
  • FTP Server:
  • News Server:
  • BBS Server:
  • Mail Server:POP3:
  • Mail Server:SMTP:
  • Using the Network Resources
    • On Campus
    • Our campus network has been built up nearly perfect, users can connect to Internet from any labs or offices on campus, or even residence halls. There are also 6 computer labs in Office of Information Technology, Library and Information building, open for both general users and teaching purposes. Their schedules are as follows:

      Monday to Friday: 08:00-21:00
      Saturday: 08:30 - 12:30

      During summer and winter vacation:
      Monday to Friday: 9:00 - 17:00
      Saturday: 09:00 - 12:00

    • Outside Campus
    • Dial-up services are provided for faculties, staffs, and students who live outside campus to get access to Internet through campus network after working hours. There are up to 92 lines available currently and the numbers are:

      2151902 (46 automatic transfer line, 57600 bps)
      2151992 (46 automatic transfer line, 57600 bps)
  • Auto Administration Application System
The automation of campus administration application systems had originated early from 1992 and mainly focused on the construction of basic database and fulfilling daily data processing operations in the preliminary stage. Application systems were either outsourced or self-implemented. A more detailed and well-organized long-term plan was formulated later on in 1997 to carry out the task of planning and implementing the automation administration application systems. Its main goal is to accelerate the service and decision-making quality and promote the whole university performance by effectively and efficiently using the application systems through excellent business process reengineering. The current status is as below:

  1. Completed and on-line systems: Academic system, Student's Affair system,
  2. Student-Recruiting system, Personnel system, Course-Evaluating systems, and
  3. Staff-Attendance system
  4. Partially-ready and on-line systems: General Affair System, Accounting System, Electronic Official Document System.
  5. Systems under construction: R&D Office System, Executive Information System
  6. Systems in Planning: eCampus project
  • Distance Learning
    • Live Multi-Broadcasting Distance Learning
      1. Broadband: providing high-quality audio and video data with ATM as transmitting tool

        ATM Switch (Fore ASX-200BX)
        Audio and Video Encode Machine (Fore AVA-300)
        Audio and Video Decode Machine (Fore ATV-300)
        Network Management WorkStation (Sun SPARC20): Video Card (Parallax), Video data transmitting parameter setting, ATM Connection Management.

      2. Baseband: connecting PC and providing desktop distance learning with ISDN as transmitting tool.

        Three sets of ISDN BRI (2B+ID, 128K)
        DSU/CSU: 384K out of T1 lease line for Distance Learning
        I-MUX (Ascend): integrated three sets of ISDN lines
        MCU (Picture Tel): Multi-control unit
        Audio and Video Encode/Decode Equipment (CODEC): Picture Tel V2000, H320 (System)

      3. Audio and Video Facilities

        Audio: Channels, Wireless, Desktop Microphone, Amplifiers, Speakers, Feedback Repressor
        Video: Camera, Camera Controller, Remote Controller, Projector, VGA/NTSC Switch Board,
        Audio and Video Mixed Edit Machine with special effect, Monitor
        Multimedia: VCR, Studio System, CD, LD, LCD Player, Notebook.
        Network-Aid Tools: Web textbook, Real-time Record, Course on Demand (Extra class, Revision class), Q&A Discussions (Email, WWW message board, BBS Discussion)

    • Asynchronous Distance Learning Environment
      1. Distance Learning in Virtual Classroom
      2. Distance Learning on websites
      3. Course-On-Demand Distance Learning.
      4. Intelligent Computer Aid Learning
  • Giga Pop Network Construction
    • GigaPOP Core Equipment:
      1. ATM switch: Fore ASX-1000
      2. IP Router : Bay System 5000BH
    • Transmitting Capability
      1. Campus: OC-12/OC-3
      2. Backbone: DS3
    • Campus Giga POP Experimental Network
Opening Hours
08:00 - 21:00
08:30 - 12:30
※ Closed on national holidays
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