NIPRNet


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NIPRNet

(Non-Secure Internet Protocol Router NETwork) The U.S. DOD network for exchanging "sensitive but unclassified" information. A huge private network, NIPRNet evolved from MILnet, which was split off from ARPAnet in the early 1980s.

Nipper and Sipper
The classified counterpart of NIPRNet is SIPRNet (the "S" for Secret). The two networks are known as "NIPPERnet" and "SIPPERnet" or "Nipper" and "Sipper." See ARPAnet.
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The sustainment automation support management office (SASMO) requested that additional NIPRNET lines be installed in a single area for the fielding and data validation.
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In addition to VoIP, DISA has also deployed Global Video Services and Defense Collaboration Services to support Army users on NIPRNet and SIPRNet.
perspective, joint forces currently deploy with two basic net works that support the C2 of forces via IT: SIPRNet and the Nonclassified Internet Protocol Router Network (NIPRNet).
IPTV is a system through which television services are delivered using non-secured Internet, or niprnet, instead of being delivered through traditional terrestrial, satellite signal, and cable television formats.
Additionally, the company will provide terrestrial, wireless and satellite communications support on the joint worldwide intelligence communications system (JWICS), secret internet protocol router network (SIPRnet), non-classified internet protocol router network (NIPRnet) and other coalition networks.
* extending enterprise GIS capabilities to the NIPRNet, the DOD's unclassified but sensitive Internet Protocol Router Network
The primary assumption used in framing this article is that any IT system operating on the Air Force Nonclassified Internet Protocol Router Network (NIPRNet) is vulnerable, and therefore susceptible to some form of cyber threat or attack.
AV is on the NIPRNET (unclassified) and SIPRNET (classified), but for simplicity, the following is the process for the unclassified Web site.
Over the years, DISA has been actively alert to network traffic growth and uses a variety of tools to measure and track bandwidth utilization on the NIPRNet [Unclassified but Sensitive Internet Protocol Router Network] and SIPRNet [Secret Internet Protocol Router Network].
The 8th software version of SAAS-MOD enabled secure file transfer protocol (SFTP) communication by means of either the Unclassified but Sensitive Internet Protocol Routing Network (NIPRNet) or a very small aperture terminal (VSAT) satellite dish.