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3. Access SUMC Networks

All wireless devices MUST be registered to connect to Stanford and Hospitals networks.

Virtual Private Network

  • Stanford's VPN provides off-campus affiliated users with a Stanford IP address, once they enter their SUNet ID. This IP address allows them to use Stanford resources as though they were on campus
  • VPN does not replace proxy access to eJournals and other licensed resources.

Hospital Clinical Networks

The SHC and LPCH primary networks are highly secure; only hospital owned equipment can access them.

If you need access to hospital clinical applications from your own device, contact desktop support.

Both hospitals provide a wireless guest network for public access to web and email services.

EPIC & CERNER

Lane is accessible in EPIC at Stanford Hospital & Clinics, CERNER at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital, and EHR at Stanford Vaden Health Center.

Library staff is not allowed to sponsor a guest access

Current SUNet ID is required to access online materials licensed by Lane or other Stanford libraries

MyLane

  • Stay logged into the Lane website and our proxy server for 2 weeks
  • Save links to your favorite journals, books, databases, any resources
  • Save your searches
  • Your library account and DocXpress

Login

Shared Devices

ALWAYS log out and quit the browser when you are finished. If you do not, anyone subsequently using the computer will be treated as you.