Expansion of the Center for Network Innovation and Experimentation (CENETIX) network to a worldwide presence
Farrell, Michael M.
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This thesis will focus directly on the enhancement of an established Network Operations Center (NOC) and will extend the capabilities of this asset beyond its present scope. By defining the current infrastructure using present network management tools it will provide a better understanding of the present network, as well as enhance management for future field experiments. Finally, extending the CENETIX network via implementation of Virtual Private Networking (VPN) technology will allow other experimental labs who currently utilize the Defense Research Engineering Network (DREN), such as the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), Biometrics Fusion Center (BFC), Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTR), Office of Force Transformation (OFT), Coast Guard station (located in Alameda), various other US allied forces, Oversea Partners, etc.) access to current and future field experiments.
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