Wireless PittNet

PittNet (Wired): Enabling and Disabling Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) on PCs


The University has begun enabling support for Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6), which is one of two versions of the Internet Protocol that is used to carry Internet traffic. Every device that is connected to a network and uses the Internet Protocol for communication acquires a unique number known as an IP address.   

The number of available IPv4 addresses will soon be exhausted. In many parts of the world, they have already been exhausted.

My Pitt Video (Panopto)

Computing Services and Systems Development (CSSD) provides an enterprise video platform called My Pitt Video. My Pitt Video, powered by Panopto enables users to record and webcast presentations, lectures, and meetings. Recordings can be uploaded to a secure video portal for sharing with anyone inside or outside the University. The enterprise video platform also makes it possible to search across the video library and watch recordings on any device. Students, faculty, and staff can view video content by accessing My Pitt Video through My Pitt.