Activate Network Access Point
Activate or Enable an existing Network Access Point.
A Network Access Point (NAP) is a receptacle within an office that is used to connect a computer to the campus network. There may be cases in which an office has a NAP, but the NAP is not active -- when you connect a cable from the computer to the NAP, the computer does not receive any signals from the campus network and the lights on the network interface card in the computer do not flash. This occurs when the NAP is not connected to a port in the network wiring closet or the port in the wiring closet to which the NAP is connected is not active.
ITS will examine the NAP and the connections in the network wiring closet and will activate the network connection to the computer.