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JAG/CCM Update COPC Spring 2006. Mr. Walter Coley JAG/CCM Chairman . Distribution Authorized to U.S. Government Agencies and their Contractors only. Overview. Action Items AFCCC Migration to NIPRNET Current Architecture Transition to Government Gateways Projection 2010+.

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Jag ccm update copc spring 2006

JAG/CCM UpdateCOPCSpring 2006

Mr. Walter Coley

JAG/CCM Chairman

Distribution Authorized to U.S. Government Agencies and their Contractors only


Overview

Overview

  • Action Items

  • AFCCC Migration to NIPRNET

  • Current Architecture

  • Transition to Government Gateways

  • Projection 2010+


Action item update

Action Item Update

  • Collaboration Efforts Still On Track

  • Completed Communications Portion Of WJIP

    • Bandwidth Adjustments Made To Meet Current Needs

  • Received Data Projections From JAG/ODAA

    • Fall Within Forecast Projections


Action item update1

Action Item Update

  • Public Key Infrastructure/Enabling

  • Government IPv6 Transition Is On Track

  • DoD Ports and Protocols; FTP Port Closure

  • Large Scale Government Gateways Delayed ~2 years


Fnmoc nmci operational impacts

FNMOC/NMCIOperational Impacts

  • NMCI is in the process of trying to rehome all NAVY NIPRNET connections to NMCI gateways.

  • Due to the impact on FNMOC operational capabilities, a waiver is being requested to retain our direct connection into the NIPRNET.

  • If waiver is not granted, this could affect our current connectivity to DATMS-U and DREN because all three network connections are on the same external routers. This could jeopardize our DISA Security Accreditation.


Afccc migration to niprnet

AFCCC Migration to NIPRNET

  • AFCCC Originally On 4 Mbps ATM Connection to AFWA

    • Not As Flexible As NIPRNet

  • 6 Mbps NIPRNet Connection Installed 03 Jun 05

    • Required Infrastructure Changes

    • Formal Testing Completed 13 - 15 Feb 06

  • Operations Moved To NIPRNet 16 Feb 06

    • DATMS-U To AFCCC Will Be Discontinued 31 Sep 06

  • NIPRNET expandable to~44Mb/sec


Jag

Current ATM Architecture

AFWA

44Mb total

6 Mb

Asheville

6 Mb

14 Mb

22 Mb

22 Mb

14Mb

NOAA/NWS

Gateway

45 Mb total

6 Mb

OC-3

FNMOC

26 Mb total

NAVICE

6 Mb

OC-3

6 Mb

Fast-E

6 Mb

6 Mb

NESDIS

6 Mb

NWS Monterey

Pass thru to NOAA

NAVO

12 Mb total

OC-12

NCEP

Legend

_ _ _ Connection backside to DATMS-U

____ DATMS-U connection

Mb = Mbits/sec

10/2004


Transition to government gateways

Transition to Government Gateways

  • Funding issues

    • Interagency Government Network Connections Expand At Slower Rate

  • Information Assurance and FISMA Compliance

    • Update All Interagency Agreements To Satisfy Security Requirements

    • Work Security Boundary Issues Now


Jag

2010+ NIPRNET/NOAANET Connectivity with DREN/Internet

AFWA

70 Mb NIPRNET

(proj 150Mb)

Asheville

16-44 Mb NIPRNET

100 Mb (current 54 Mb)

16 Mb

NOAA/NWS

Gateway

150 Mb NIPRNET

(To NOAANET)

16 Mb

OC-3+

NAVICE

GIG

36 Mb

NOAANET

OC-3+

65 Mb (current 21 Mb)

DREN/Internet

NESDIS

FNMOC

65 Mb NIPRNET

(current 21 Mb)

OC12 DREN

(backup)

33 Mb (current 7 Mb)

OC-12+

Fast-E

NCEP

NAVO

33 Mb NIPRNET

(current 7 Mb)

OC48 DREN

(possible Backup)

NWS Monterey

Pass thru to NOAA

Legend

NIPRNET Connection

_ _ _ Connection backside to DATMS-U

Mb = Mbits/sec

DREN/Internet connection (could be used as a backup to NIPRNET)

4/2006


Projected communications 2010

Projected Communications 2010+

  • Leverage All Available Network Resources

    • AFWA Location Data Ingest Estimate 20Gb/sec by 2010

    • Diverse Communications

    • Leverage NOAA/AFW Connections

  • Enterprise Storage Solutions Used For Secure Data Transfer and Staging

    • End to End Efficiency May Be Hampered By Enterprise Infrastructure If Not Considered

      • Communications Engineered Throughout Production Process


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