NIPERNET

(redirected from Non-Secure Internet Protocol Router Network)
AcronymDefinition
NIPERNETNon-Secure Internet Protocol Router Network (common but incorrect)
NIPERNETNavy Internet Protocol Router Network
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The PacStar 4100 rapid deployable solution has been designed to provide voice, video and data to early entry forward command elements until larger C2 elements arrive through secure internet protocol router network (SIPRNet) and the non-secure internet protocol router network (NIPRNet).
JNN-N provides a suite of capabilities packaged in tactical shelters and user transit cases which include: Defense Information System Network Access, Non-Secure Internet Protocol Router Network, Secret Internet Protocol Router Network, Coalition Wide Area Network, Defense Red Switch Network access, e-mail, Defense Message System, Special Circuit requirements, Voice over IP, and a Battlefield Video-Teleconferencing capability.
The software enables the user to set up a satellite communications link and acquire Non-secure Internet Protocol Router Network (NIPRNET) access almost anywhere in the world by automatically orienting the antenna using a global positioning system, determining which satellite will be used, configuring the modem, and pointing the antenna.
Some PM DCATS products Thompson offered to the JTF-K effort included land mobile radios, a product of the Assistant Product Manager, Land Mobile Radio, for first responder communications; the Fort Monmouth Teleport site, a product of the Assistant Product Manager, Satellite Communications Systems, as a backup to the JTF-K effort's satellite communications network; and the Multi-Media Communications Systems and Combat Service Support Satellite Communications system, products of PM DWTS, which provide satellite access for Non-secure Internet Protocol Router Network and Secure Internet Protocol Router Network connectivity and wireless local area network connectivity.
The modular data packages allowed communications to be sent from the satellites--through the Single Shelter Switch, through both the Non-Secure Internet Protocol Router Network and the Secure Internet Protocol Router Network enclaves--and then out to the user and down to the subscriber for voice, data and video capabilities.
Services included video teleconferencing, Army Secret Internet Protocol Router Network access, Army Non-Secure Internet Protocol Router Network access, secure voice communication and the always indispensable telephone.
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