Devices manually set up to connect to an IP address of CIT's Legacy AppSMTP (email) service will lose the ability to send mail Feb. 28, 2021. This may affect scanning on multifunction printers and functionality of other email-connected devices.
In order to restore the ability to send email from these affected devices, the device's administrator needs to update its email configuration to use the new AppSMTP Service which was deployed in December.
DNS Name: appsmtp.mail.cornell.edu
PeopleSoft Student Center, Faculty Center, Student Essentials, ePay, Student Admissions, Contributor Relations, Financial Aid, Student Financials, Student Records, and Student Employment (PSES) will be unavailable on Thursday, March 3, 2021 between approximately 5am and 7am for the migration of online and batch objects to PeopleSoft Production (PSPROD).
CIT has discovered two issues as a result of this morning's scheduled maintenance. The GuestID VPN service and the VPN for Cornell Health are impacted. CIT Network Engineering is actively working to resolve the issues.
PeopleSoft Student Center, Faculty Center, Student Essentials, ePay, Student Admissions, Contributor Relations, Financial Aid, Student Financials, Student Records, and Student Employment (PSES) will be unavailable on Thursday, February 25, 2021 between approximately 5am and 7am for the migration of online and batch objects to PeopleSoft Production (PSPROD).
Starting February 22, 2021, items in the Trash in Cornell Box will be deleted thirty days after they are discarded. This change from the current ninety-day retention is required to meet Cornell’s contractual obligations. It also brings the Box’s Trash deletion setting in line with other Cornell services, such as Office 365 email’s Deleted Items.
On Sunday, February 21st, 2021, between 5:00am and 7:00am, CIT Network Engineering will complete the migration of the CIT Data Center Managed Firewall (MFW) infrastructure to new hardware. During the maintenance window, the CIT Data Center Managed Firewall service will move to new appliance hardware. In addition, high-availability will be re-enabled. This work will result in multiple brief outages, and connections will need to be re-established.
A service outage will occur at the following location:
On Tuesday, February 9th, 2021 at 5:00pm, CIT Network Engineering will begin routing all firewalled traffic in the data center through only one of the data center firewalls. This change is a diagnostic step to isolate recent connectivity and performance issues seen since the firewall upgrade on Sunday.
The change is expected to have minimal impact. Services in scope are CIT Managed Servers and Managed Firewall environments for ILR, JCB, SSIT, VET, and VID in the CIT data centers.