Landonline internet and network requirements

This page provides the Landonline user with information on internet and network requirements to access and use Landonline.

This information should be read in conjunction with IT and system requirements for Landonline.

On this page:

Internet connection

You will require access to the Internet via an ISP (Internet Service Provider). The type of Internet connection you choose will affect the performance (speed) that you experience for activities such as downloading image files and printing.

Broadband connection

  • ADSL, ADSL2 or VDSL connection
  • Cable connection
  • Ultra Fast Broadband (UFB) connection (aka Fibre)

Broadband connections provide high-speed "always available" connectivity. Other types of available broadband include wireless broadband and satellite broadband. Their suitability for Landonline will be heavily influenced by local connection speed and reliability.

Dial up connection

  • 56 Kbps dial-up connection

This connection will provide the slowest connectivity and is not recommended.

Email address

You will require an email address to allow for product delivery and other notifications provided by LINZ.

LINZ recommends single-user email addresses over shared email addresses.

Firewall considerations

Landonline can be accessed via firewalls and proxy servers. If a firewall or proxy server is being used, it must not block the flow of information from the central LINZ server.

If you are connecting to the Internet via a company firewall or proxy server, talk to your IT support staff or service provider to determine how access can be best achieved to our secure site. In order to access Landonline via a firewall or proxy server you will need to consult Firewalls and Proxy Servers – configuration tips.

The key network access requirements are:

AttributeRequirement
IP Addresses202.175.131.15 and 202.175.131.14
Port443
ProtocolTCP 1.0 (Transport Layer Security Protocol v1.0)
DirectionBidirectional (Inbound and Outbound)

LINZ is unable to assist with technical issues associated with firewalls and proxy servers. You will need to refer any problems to your IT support staff or service provider.

Last Updated: 28 July 2017