Israel Academic Network (ILAN) FAQ
What are the guidelines for use of ILAN?
The code of conduct has been established to remind users of
the intended purposes of ILAN, in addition to reinforcing
the fact that ILAN is not a secure network and should not be
relied upon for transmission of confidential or sensitive
- Use of the network is specifically for academic and research
purposes only. Commercial use of the network is strictly
- Use of the network for political and religious activism is
- Software licensed to operate on a site may not be
transmitted across the network without the permission of the
- Random mailings are forbidden. Users are not to establish
contact with random people over the network.
- Chain letters are forbidden.
- Mail sent via the network is required to contain the name of the
- In relation to all files in the network - one must assume that
they are private and not to be looked at, unless the owner
specifically stated that the files were to be be used on a
- "Hacking/cracking" non-local as well as local sites is
forbidden. Attempting to penetrate a remote site, either
via "trojan horses", "viruses" or any other hacking method
is strictly forbidden. Transmitting network viruses for the
purpose of disrupting the network is strictly forbidden.
- Users must respect legal restrictions on data transfer.
- Any and all misuse of the network that disrupts the normal
flow of information on the network is forbidden.
In addition, use of the Internet-2 network is restricted based on the
Authorized Use Policy
as set forth by the Executive Committee of the Internet-2 network.
What is ALEPH and how does one use it from the network?
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