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Internet Connections

Internet Connections


Bentley has two Internet connections.  They are:

Comcast     2 GB

RCN            3 GB

Redundancy was also added by installing dual Juniper routers running BGP. If one of the ISP connections fails, the second will take the traffic from the first; this will maintain uptime and availability.

Wireless Networking

What is wireless networking?

Wireless networking allows you to connect your laptop to the Bentley network using radio waves instead of using the conventional Ethernet cable. As long as you are in range of a wireless access point, you may access the network.

Bentley's wireless network is a Cisco high speed network. This network operates at up to 300 Mbps. The environment boasts more than double the number of access points to increase coverage; 802.11n bandwidth for faster speed; and enhanced security with WPA2 encryption.


Network Services

Network Services is part of the Systems, Networks and Telecommunications group within the IT division. The group is tasked with design, installation, maintenance and monitoring of the Bentley University network campus wide.


Systems, Networks, and Telecommunications department


Network Infrastructure Services

Todd Marsh
Sr. Manager, Network Infrastructure Services

Maria Daigle
Senior Networks Administrator/Analyst, Wireless

Rocco DiFilippo
Senior Networks Administrator/Analyst, Telecom

Daniel Clark
Network & Telecom Tech II

William Rizzo
Manager, Telecommunications


The college maintains a small collection of resources that may be borrowed.  Resources included are:

  • copies of previously funded proposals to federal and private agencies awarded to Bentley faculty members.

  • books and articles on successful grant seeking

  • books and articles on funding sources for different types of projects


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