ONE-NET

AcronymDefinition
ONE-NETOCONUS Navy Enterprise Network
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Version 4.0 marks the latest security features available in the DASDEC-II and One-Net SE devices and provides a new mechanism for more rapid security updates.
The Version 4.0 software upgrade applies only to DASDEC-II and Monroe One-Net SE devices.
The team ultimately decided to migrate from ONE-Net to an Intellipedia Wiki site.
The new computers are part of a larger plan under ONE-NET to replace most of the Navy's networks overseas and put them under a centralized control authority for more than 41,000 users on shore installations from Europe to the Far East.
ONE-Net delivers comprehensive, end-to-end information and telecommunication services to OCONUS Navy shore commands by using a common computing environment for both the Non-secure IP Router Network (NIPRNet) and Secure IP Router Network (SIPRNet).
It is very humbling to be selected as the leader of NEN with its vitally important mission in building the DON's future enterprise network on the foundation of NMCI, ONE-Net and NGEN, Hendricks said.
One of the first orders of business for CARS was to develop written, repeatable processes; including the first-ever Navywide criteria for adjudicating whether a shore-based system or application should be allowed to operate outside the Navy's designated enterprise networks: NMCI, ONE-NET and Integrated Shipboard Network Systems (IT-21).
More than 6,500 users migrated from legacy networks to ONE-NET, and 12 legacy networks were shut down with an annual cost savings of more than $5 million.
For example, the asset may possibly be used for scientific research or test and evaluation, these functions cannot be supported in the NMCI or One-Net enterprise networks.
ONE-NET incorporates a new network infrastructure, including servers and transmission lines with existing and new workstations to provide integrated information technology to the fleet.