Peer-to-Peer Network Help
Who can register for the peer-to-peer network?
The Internet of Water (IoW) hosts two peer-to-peer (P2P) networks to facilitate discussions and share knowledge within the water sector:
- The IoW State Agency P2P Network, which is open to active employees of local, state, or tribal agencies.
- The IoW Utility P2P Network (coming soon), which is open to active employees of water, wastewater, and stormwater utilities.
Register for the networks here.
If I am not an active local, state, or tribal agency employee, can I still register? Can I access the forum?
At this time, we are limiting network registration and forum posting to the designated agencies. However, the membership directory and forums will remain publicly viewable by everyone.
Additionally, we encourage everyone interested in the community’s work to sign up for the Internet of Water mailing list.
How do I log into the network?
How do I update my account or profile?
Once you are logged in, you will see a gear icon in your profile within the membership directory that can be used to update your profile or change account information. After you are logged in, accessing your account also provides these options.
How do I delete my account?
Once you are logged in, you will see a gear icon in your profile within the membership directory that can be used to change account information. After you are logged in, look for the “Delete Account” option while accessing your account information.
The Internet of Water may periodically review and delete inactive accounts. We will always try to contact you first.
How do I log out?
How do I log in to the State Agency Forum?
The Internet of Water also hosts a State Agency Forum that is visible to anyone, but posts can only be made by registered network members. Once registered, the forum can be accessed with your P2P network credentials.
From the “Login” link on the Forum site, click the Internet of Water logo. This will prompt you to sign in to the P2P network if you aren’t already, and route you to the Forum.