AUTODIN


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AUTODIN

(AUTOmatic DIgital Network) The worldwide communications network of the U.S. Defense Communications System.
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It includes the installation and cutover of new Autodin and Autovon/Tandem switches, the installation of a major technical control facility, and the digitization of both microwave and tropo transmission systems throughout the DCS on mainland Japan.
Completion of the facilities to be provided by Japan is scheduled for this September, and activation of the Autodin and Autovon/Tandem communications systems is scheduled for April 1985.
It quickly became apparent that any option other than the common-user network approach of AUTODIN Q/R would be cost prohibitive.
The Sm@rtRouter protocol translation strategy allows an accelerated transition from AUTODIN to IP while lowering costs and risks by permitting proven legacy equipment to remain in place.
Sm@rtRouter deployment to Space Command will begin immediately and is expected to proceed rapidly in compliance with a DoD mandate to migrate AUTODIN traffic to the SIPRnet by Y2K.
Because they now support the AUTODIN protocol, Sm@rtRouters can translate between it and the IP protocol used by the SIPRNET.
We're especially familiar with the AUTODIN protocol because we've already implemented it on various platforms -- perhaps that's why this latest implementation on the Sm@rtRouter has gone so smoothly.
While in the Marines he worked at the Headquarters Marine Corps, Henderson Hall, Arlington, VA where he operated IBM 360/20 AUTODIN terminal and associated crypto equipment.
AUTOVON and AUTODIN had modernized voice and digital military communication capabilities and STRATCOM engineers had started construction on a network for classified voice communications called the Automatic Secure Voice Communications System for some 1,850 subscribers.
AUTODIN messages, for example, had to follow very strict guidelines historically based on telegraph and teletype styles.
It replaced AUTODIN as well as other disparate e-mail systems within the Department of Defense.
DMS is the designated messaging system for the DoD and supporting agencies and is replacing the legacy messaging system AUTODIN, as well as more than 45 disparate e-mail systems used in the DoD.