This guide shows you how to connect to IDES or Stud-IDES.
If you're an employee, use "ides" as server name, if you're a student use "stud-ides". For brevity's sake, this guide will use "ides" throughout the rest of the page.
Connecting to IDES
If you're connecting from outside ETH, please open a VPN connection to ETH first.
Map a network drive to \\ides.ethz.ch\<your_n.ethz-login>.
When asked, input your n.ethz password.
Open a terminal and type the following command:
$ nautilus smb://ides.ethz.ch/<your_n.ethz-login>
The Domain is: D
On the command line
Install smbclient first. Then run the follwoing command to connect: "smbclient \\\\ides.ethz.ch\\<your_n.ethz-login>". You will be prompted for your n.ethz password.
If successful, you will get a command prompt like this: "smb: \>" To close the client, you can type "quit" and then press Enter
In Windows and via Nautilus on Linux you will get a separate windows, simply select the folders you want to copy, copy them by pressing CTRL+C and paste them into a local folder by pressing CTRL+V
If you are using smblient, you will have to use FTP-like commands.
To copy a folder recursively from IDES to your local computer, do this:
- Type "recurse", press Enter
- Type "prompt OFF", press Enter
To copy a folder, type "mget <folder_name>", press Enter
Possible problems with wireless-connections
- If there are connection-problems to IDES over the wireless-lan "ETH", it helps to use the wireless-lan "public" instead. Then login on the landing-page first, then connect to IDEs with one of the methods described above.