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The Purpose of FMS-Fleet SIPRNET messaging
Alternate method of delivering messages classified Secret
The purpose of MMS-Multi level mail Server
Provides secure dial-up messaging service. Usually via STU/STE
Explain why all units COMMSHIFTING to FSM (Fleet SIPRNET Messaging) need a legacy route
in order to provide a means for Top Secret message traffic delivery. FSM is only classified to Secret.
State the purpose of MUA-Master update authority
For messaging directory address update. NCTAMS PAC Primary, NCTAMS LANT secondary
State the purpose and components/ systems that comprise FMX/DUSC; Location and Master\Slave Stations
Fleet Message Exchange /Directory Update Service Center. Provides updates for the DMS Update Authority Component. DUSC - MUA/ FMX -CUDIXS
State the sites that have a FMX/DUSC
NCTAMS PAC, Honolulu, HI (Master)
NCTAMS LANT, Norfolk, VA.(alternate)
Define and state the purpose of MCS (Messaging Converter System); State worldwide MCS RI
provide PLA-to-Routing Indicator (RI) conversion.
State worldwide MCS RI
RHMCSUU
Define RI-Routing Indicator
ROUTING INDICATOR. 7 LETTER ID. Address
OSRI-Originating Station Routing
Indicator
The Routing Indicator for the unit that originated a Naval Message.
DSRI -Destination Station Routing Indicator
code identifying the station or system the message will be delivered.
NARC-NON AUTOMATIC RELAY CENTER
FIRST 4 LETTERS OF THE RI. WHO XMITS YOUR MESSAGE
FRI - FLEET ROUTING INDICATOR
LAST 3 LETTERS OF A ROUTING INDICATOR
PMUL/LMUL/IMUL
Pacific Multi-User Link, AtLantic Multi-User Link, Indian Multi-User Link, For fleet units, they are receive only
State the RI that MCS will assign to an invalid PLA
RUBDPLA
ACP 16 Message line 1
Transmission id
ACP 16 Message LINE 4`
Security Warning
ACP 16 Message Line 5
Date & Time Group
ACP 16 Message Line 6
Originator
ACP 16 Message Line 7
Action Address
ACP 16 Message Line 11
Break
ACP 16 Message Line 12
Text
ACP 16 Message Line 15
NNNNN
Define the Following OPSIG: ZBZ
How do you read me?
ZUJ
Stand by
ZEV
Request your acknowledge Message
ZUG
Negative
ZES
Request retransmission
ZUE
Affirmative
CUDIXS -common user digital Information Exchange System
Links Ships to Shore.
State the purpose of MPS-800
GLOBAL CONNECTION FOR CUDIXS
CUDIX Sites
NCTAMS PAC/LANT NCTS GUAM/NAPLES
CUDIX Can each master station radiate each others CUDIX'S
YES BUT BECAUSE OF SATTY FOOTPRINTS THERE ARE LIMITATIONS- BLIND SPOTS
State the purpose of MPS-800
GLOBAL CONNECTION FOR CUDIXS
Fleet Satellite Broadcast packages: PMUL
Pacific Multi User Link. 3RD AND 7TH FLEET. For Fleet Unit. Receiver Unit
Fleet Satellite Broadcast packages: LMUL
Atlantic Multi User Link. 2ND AND 6TH FLEET. For Fleet Unit. Receiver Unit
Fleet Satellite Broadcast packages: IMUL
Indian Multi User Link. INDIAN OCEAN, 5TH FLEET. For Fleet Unit. Receiver Unit
DMS(Data Multiplex system) TMG
Tactical Message Gateway, connects DMS to Nova
DMS(Data Multiplex system) MLA
Mail List Agent - Processes all Navy Address List Collectives
DMS(Data Multiplex system) MFI (Multi Function Interpreter)
Message Converter
DMS(Data Multiplex system) PCMT (Personal Computer Message Terminal)
Slit message by classification
DMS(Data Multiplex system) DIT (Directory Information Tree)
DMS address book
DMS(Data Multiplex system) BMTA (Backbone Message Transfer Agent )
Interconnects between sites
DMS(Data Multiplex system) LMTA(Local Message Transfer Agent )
transfer message
DMS(Data Multiplex system) VFC - Virtual Fortezza Card
contains Fortezza certificate memory ship
DMS(Data Multiplex system) CAW - Certification Authority Workstation
Used to create DMS signature & encryption certificates
X400-Email exchange
Email address. How to get there
X500-Electronic Directory Service
Directory. Location of where it is
202 DISA-Defense information System Agency
Provide command support.
202 NCDOC-Navy Cyber Defense Operation Center
Monitor and overseas the defense of computer network and systems
202 GNOC-Global Network Operations and Security Center
provides situational awareness
202 RNOSC - Regional Network Operations and Security Center
monitor and control faults, configuration accounting
202 TNOSC-Theater Network Operations and Security Center
has regional responsibilities for Information Assurance
202 MSCANOC-Military Sealift Afloat Network Operations Center
round the clock operations center supporting Naval operations
202 FTNOC- Fleet Network Operations Center
Provides IP services to the Fleet
202 UARNOC-Unified Atlantic Region Network Operations Center
NCTAMS LANT, Norfolk, VA
202 PRNOC-Pacific Regional Network Operations Center
NCTAMS PAC HAWAII
202 ECRNOC-European Central Regional Network Operations Center
NCTS Naples
202 IORNOC-Indian Ocean Regional Operation and security Center
NCTS Bahrain
202 Criteria to receive IP Service from FLTNOC
Approved ATO or IATO, submit IP Request, Approved SSA-Satellite Access Authorization
202.5 N2N - NOC to NOC
interconnectivity and restoral capability
202.6 State the DON controlling authority for IP assignments
Navy Network Information Center
202.7 NIPRNET/SIRPNET/SI Services guidance
GCIB 3A (NIPR/SIPR)
GCIB 20H (SI)
202.8 Authority for Navy Firewall
NAVNETWARCOM
202.9 Computer network incidents
OPNAVINST 2201.2
202.10 location of navy fleet SINOCs
Pacific Region (PRNOC)- NCTAMS PAC, Wahiawa, Hawaii
Unified Atlantic Region (UARNOC)- NCTAMS LANT, Norfolk, Virginia
202.11 MOSS-Microsoft Office SharePoint Server
Intranet data base server that runs programs
202.12 CAS-Collaboration at SEa
Real time battle group intranet
202.13 JCA- CONCENTRATOR ARCHITECTURE
imagery delivery system.
203.1 TEch control
Ensures fast, realiable, and secure exchange of information
203.2 HSGR-High Speed Global Ring
Provides increased transport link between 5 locations that utilizes Asynchronous Transfer mode (ATM)
203.2 TNX-1100 - Marconi
ATM switches interconnecting HSGR
203.2 PSAX- Lucent PSAX 300
High density multi service access. providing network access for voice.
203.3 State how many TNX1100 make up HSGR . and locations
5 TNX 1100's
NCTAMS PAC, NCTAMS LANT, NCTS Bahrain, NCTS San Diego, and NCTS Naples.
203.4 State what is the terrestrial connectivity between HSGR sites on.
Together the components (TNX-1100 and PSAX along with the fiber optic cables) form the network components of the HSGR allowing data transfer,
203.5a EHFFOT - Extremely High Frequency Follow-On-Terminal
is the terminal used to configure EHF LDR/MDR services.
203.5b NMT-Navy Multiband Terminal
is a high data throughput Navy SATCOM
203.5c LDR - Low Data Rate
Low data rate.75-2400bps
203. 5d MDR - Medium Data Rate
Medium rate - 4.8 mbps to 1.544 mbps
203.5e NET - Network Service
follow on terminal
203. 5f PTP - Point to point
A PTP call is usually an ad hoc service. secure voice
203.6 state satellite channels for FSB
LMUL=UFO6 & 7
IMUL=UFO10
PMUL=UFO 8
203.7 MILSTAR
ability to enable cross-link capabilities from one satellite to another.
203.8 Define and discuss the services provided by EHF TIP.
The purpose of EHF TIP is to increase the efficiency with which mobile tactical platforms, such as ships
203. 9 difference between SPOT bean and EC
Earth coverage - portion of the earth seen by the satellite. Spot = coves 400 nautical miles.
203.10 CWSP-Commercial Broadband satellite program
Commercial satellite provides service to military (offline 2010)
203. 10 CBSP -Commercial Broadband Satellite Program
commercial satellite
203.10 DSCS- Defense Satellite Communications System
Military satellite
203.11 WGS-Wideband Global Satcom
Satellite will provide Wideband Communications
203.12 State the four CES for CWSP/CBSP.
NCTAMS PAC - HI, WA
NCTAMS LANT - NJ, GE
203.13 DSCS teleport/STEP
Nortwest, Lago, Landstuhl, FT derrick, Ft Belvoir, Ft bukner, Ft meade, Camp Robert, NCTS Bahrain, NCTS Pacific
203.14 Three INMARSAT site
Southbury, Connecticut
Santa Paula, CA
ATA, Turkey
203.15 Define and state the purpose of ADMS.
Automated Digital Multiplexing System. Is a network multiplexer
203.DS-0
64 Kbps
203.16 DS-1
1.544 Mbps
203.16 DS-3
44.736 Mbps
203.16 T1
1.544mbps
203.16 E1
2048mbps
203.16 OC3
155.52mbps
203.17 List and explain the six INMARSAT configurations.
A: (64Kbps Voice and Data) 32d, 28.8V
B: (64Kbps Voice and Data) 56d, 4.8 V
CHARLIE (64Kbps Data Only)
D:(128Kbps Voice and Data) 96d, 26.4V
E: (128Kbps Voice and Data) 112D, 12V
FOXTROT (128Kbps Data Only)
203.18 VTC mediums: ISDN: Integrated Services Digital Network
.method to connect 2 or more station
203.18 VTC mediums: VIXS - Video Information Exchange System
based on commercial components
203.18 VTC mediums: DVSG-DISN Video Service Global
provides VTC services via Step site
203. 19 ANCC-Automated network control center
replaces manual patches and test facilities ashore.
203.20 IRIDIUM phones
provides voice and data communications
204.1 JFTOC- Joint Fleet Telecommunications Operations Center
provides 24/7 point of contact for the fleet
204.2 Define the role of NCTS in NETWARCOM
NCTS - provide specialized support services in their corresponding local area
204.3 Explain how units attain TIP access
Satellite Access Request (SAR) via CARS, after approval ISIC will create an EHF service plan, and EHF TIP Port Plan.
204.5 Purpose of KM -Knowledge Management
Lessons learned
204.6 Purpose of ASI-Authorized Service Interruption
planned complete shut down approved by DISA.
204.7 Purpose of AESOP-Afloat Electromagnetic Spectrum Operations Program
automated frequency planning for radar & weapons system
204.8 CCS-communications Control Ship
responsible for the execution of a strike group communications and communications planning.
205.1 IT21 FLTNOC topology
Premise router, outer security screening router, Inner SSR, router, etc
205.2 VSCAN
virus scanner. scans inbound or outbound email for virus
205.2 DNS Mail Server
DNS/stores and forward services
205.2 Mail server
outlook
205.2 Premise Router
connection point for each NOC to the DISN network
205.2 OSSR - Outer security Screening router
Security filtering for outside the firewalls
205.2 ISSR- Inner security Screening router
Security filtering inside the firewalls
205.3 Printer server
A computer or device that is connected to one or more printers and to client computers over a network,
205.3 FILE SERVER
Share drive
205.3 Mail Server
stores and transfers electronic mail from one computer to another.
205.3 DNS Server
change domain names to IP address
205.3 WEB SERVER
Websites
205.4 VLAN-Virtual Local Area Network
Shares network virtually not physically.
205.5 RAID - redundant array of independent disks
Stores data in different places
205.6 MODEN
Modulates and demodulates info
205.7 OWA Outlook Web Address
access email from personal computers
205.8 Discuss the following IT21 FLTNOCs multi-layered support concepts
T1=Watchstanders, T2=System Administrators, T3=Engineers, T4=Sparwar
205.9 Common ports
20/21=FTP, 23=Telnet, 25=Simple Mail Transfer Protocol, 53=DNS, 80=HTTP, 110=POP3, 443=HTTPS
205.10 Define IEEE
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
205.11 Transport mediums: UTP: Unshielded Twisted Pair
used for telephone communications and most modern Ethernet networks
205.11 Transport mediums: STP: Shielded Twisted Pair
combines the techniques of shielding, cancellation, and wire twisting.
205.11 Transport mediums: Coaxial
Coaxial Cable
205.11 OPTICAL FIBER
carries the light pulses
205.12 PING
Test connectivity
205.12 Traceroute
shows route taken
205.12 TELNET
remote access into device
205.12 router
interconnects two or more computer networks
205.13 Define and state the purpose of CANES.
Consolidated Afloat Network and Enterprise Services (CANES) consolidates network aboard ships and submarines.
206.1 Define spillage
Classified information being transmitted on an Unclassified network or system.
206.2 Discuss the procedures for correcting spillage.
contact EKMS manager, Security manager, COC, IA manager
206.3 TPI - Two person Integrity
TPI is required for handling, signing, inventory, and destruction for all keying material.
206.4 COMSEC Incident.
TYPES: personnel, physical, cryptologic (Use of COMSEC key material that is compromised.)
206.4 Practices Dangerous to Security (PDS)
Reportable (Premature or out-of-sequence use of keying material before its effective date.
NON-reportable: material issued more than 30 days early, late destruction, failure to maintain OTAR/OTAT logs)
206.5 State how often ISIC COMSEC inspections are required.
2 years
206.6 State how often CMS Advise and Assist visits are required.
CMS A&A Visits are required every 18 months.
206.7 State how often a CO is required to conduct a CMS inspection.
Quarterly
206.8 State the purpose of the EKMS Manager.
EKMS Manager is the CO's primary advisor on matters concerning the security and handling of COMSEC material and the associated records, reports, and audits
207.1 State the purpose of FCC-100.
Performs multiplexing/Demultiplexing. 16 ports
207.2 State the purpose and explain the two modes of operation of the AN/WSC-3
serve as the Navy's ship/submarine. SATCOM/LOS. Local Remote.
207.3 State the purpose of AN/USC-61C (Digital Modular Radio).
Multi channels & frequencies for ships/subs and shore. VHF/UHF/LOS
207.4 Define and explain the concept of DAMA.
DAMA - Demand Assigned Multiple Access. uses AC/DC
207.5 AC Mode of operation
result in an estimated four-fold increase in satellite channel utilization efficiency.
207.5 DC Mode of operation
for test purpose.
207.6 Define and discuss JMINI
Joint UHF Military Satellite Communications (MILSATCOM) Network Integrated (JMINI). Same as DAMA
207.7 Define and state the purpose of SSA.
Satellite Signal Analyzer (SSA) is used to monitor Satellite receive signals for random noise, interference, or other anomalies.
207.8 VOIP. Voice over Internet Protocol
delivery of voice communications
207.8 DSN. Defense Switched Network
Private Military line. Dod users only.
207.8 DRSN Defense Red Switched Network
This global, secure voice service provides the President, SECDEF, Joint Chiefs of Staff, combatant commanders and selected agencies with command and control secure voice and voice conferencing capabilities up to the Top Secret SCI level.
207.8 POTS -Plain Old Telephone Service
refers to the standard telephone service that most homes use.
207.8 APTS - The Afloat Personal Telecommunications Program
Sailor phones (ships)
207.8 STE. Secure Terminal Equipment
secure multi-media communications for voice, data, video teleconferencing