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Interoperable Networks for Secure Communications
Posted by: sathya on Monday, November 10, 2003 - 04:57 PM
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An interesting project for testing security with IPv6 networks, Interoperable Networks for Secure Communications (INSC) is a technology application and development Project to develop and demonstrate an interoperable, manageable, and secure military internetwork over various military and civil subnetworks, including mobile networks, based on existing and emerging standards, and commercial services and products.
The objective of the Project is to design, implement, test and demonstrate a common technical architecture for interoperable secure networks which will lead to a basis for an international interoperability specification for secure communications for application by the Participants and subject to the conclusion of separate written arrangements, by organizations such as NATO.

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