REMINDER: EVERY Month, Connect to the VPN From Home

It is important to connect to the JLab VPN from your JLab-owned Windows laptop at least once per month and stay connected for at least an hour. If your system is not connected to the JLab environment (on-site or via VPN) for more than a few months, then you may start having issues with licensing and other connection problems. To avoid these issues, the CST Division recommends that you connect during the week of the CST Division Maintenance (3rd Tuesday each month). If you have any questions or concerns about this, please contact the CST Division Help Desk at x7155.

Remote Access to Jefferson Lab Computing Resources

NEW: Jefferson Lab Speed Test

Test the speed and quality of your internet connection to the lab with this tool: https://speedtest.jlab.org/

If you have any questions or concerns about any of these services or utilities, please contact the IT Division Help Desk.

NOTICE: This documentation will continue to be refined over the coming weeks.  Thank you, JLab IT/CNI, 3/16/2020.


The Jefferson Lab network is segmented into enclaves to limit access to and from the computing systems and services they contain.  Remote access to each enclave is limited and controlled through centrally managed remote access services and gateways in accordance with the site Cyber Security Program Plan (CSPP). Several services are provided to enable remote access to systems on-site.  The links to these services can be found at the end of this webpage.  We also offer several web utilities, such as e-mail and password change, that can be found under WEB UTILITIES on the right hand side of the webpage.  Please read the section below for details on remote access to the Jefferson Lab Common User Environment (JLab-CUE).

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