Qualifying for Access
You may qualify for access to SecureNet or Intersite resources if you are:
- Doing collaborative work with one of the host labs
Your point of contact (collaborator) at the site you want access must authorize
you for an account.
- Doing ASC research at a DOE site
You must have submitted a proposal and received authorization for ASC resources.
- Doing ASC research through the Academic Strategic Alliance Program
You must have submitted a proposal for ASAP and received authorization for ASC
If you have additional questions about access and accounts, contact your local
Host Labs are labs that act as "host" sites, i.e., as the host, they
provide the computing resource.
The person requesting the computing resource is called a "guest,"
who may be allowed access to these resources by the "host" site with
the proper approvals.
Labs that host Intersite, ASC, and SecureNet resources are:
Other host sites for SecureNet resources include:
Getting an Account
SecureNet (Secure Resources)
- To request an account for Tri-Lab ASC computing resources, use the SARAPE
- To request non-Tri-Lab ASC SecureNet resources or classified applications
at SNL, submit the SecureNet
Form. The SecureNet Form is used to collect information about the guest, what
resources the guest wishes to use, and requires signatures of approval for the
account to be authorized.
Applicants requesting access from non-DOE sites should check
with their sponsor.
Upon approval, users receive a login and password from the host site.
For more information about accessing classified computing resources, see Access
SecureNet Contact Information