KMUTT VPN Service is a virtual network service provided by Computer Center for staff and students of KMUTT who need to access various university services through a public Internet Service Provider. It allows users to use various services from outside the university as if they were working from inside the university.
What is a virtual private network (VPN)?
๐ A virtual private network is a system that allows access to internal services from a public Internet connection with privacy equivalent to what would be enforced if the user were working at the university.
๐ VPNs work by creating a so-called “tunnel” that connects your device to the university. The information exchange within the tunnel cannot be viewed by other internet users. The information will also be encrypted so the privacy of the connection between your device and the university is ensured.
1. You must be a staff member, student, or authorized visitor in order to use this service
2. Users can access the service by using KMUTT Account with the provided username and password
3. For connected to a virtual private network, users must connect via public networks.
The Computer Center provides VPN service which support desktop personal computer, laptop computer, and other electronic devices which meet the following criteria:
1. The operating system supports the VPN service.
2. The device contains licensed software and does not contain modifications such as jailbreaking or rooting.
3. The operating system and software are still within the support lifecycle.
4. The software version is the current released version.
5. The device supports VPN software.
1. Users must only use their own KMUTT Account.
2. Multiple devices can be used simultaneously.
3. Users must keep their KMUTT account (username and password) secret.
4. The Computer Center reserves the right to terminate without notice any KMUTT Account that engages in activities which threaten the security of the network. In such a case, legal action may also be taken against the account owner.
5. The Computer Center reserves the right to record the connection usage history by law.
6. Users can find Computer - Related Crime Act 2007 Click here.