|GatorLink Computer Services at the University of Florida|
The GatorLink Internet dialup service can be used to connect your home computer to the University network and the Internet. Through this service, you can access UF computer accounts, check your email, or access other computers systems. Dialup is not a high-speed service.
For further details on campus dialup, please refer to Dial-up Access via GatorLink Account Only as of February 27, 2010
Dialup ChargesThe Gatorlink dial-up service provides each user with 3600 minutes (60 hours) of local use.
Authorizing and Viewing Charges
Select Dialup Billing under the Modify command at the GatorLink home page to authorize use of dialup service or remove authorization for dialup.
Your dialup status is available by selecting the Modify option on the GatorLink home page, logging in, and selecting Account status, from the modification menu. An itemized dialup listing is available at the GatorLink Dialup Charges and Detail web page.
In order to connect from home, you must have proper Internet communications software configured for GatorLink dialup. This software is normally included in versions of Windows and Macintosh systems, including Windows 95/98/XP, Windows 2000 and Macintoshes. If you are familiar with how to do this here are some helpful numbers:
Instructions to configure the dialup are located on the UF Software CD site. You can also get assistance from the UF Computing Help Desk.
For GatorLink dial up to work you must enter your username/i in the uusername field.
Obtaining Additional Software
Additional software for Internet use may be downloaded from the Software Licensing Services web site.
Last revision: August 31, 2011
For assistance, contact the UF Computing Help Desk:
(352) 392-HELP or firstname.lastname@example.org
Center for Instructional and Research Computing Activities
E520 CSE University of Florida Gainesville, FL