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HELP!! - October 15, 2009, 03:15 PM

Does anyone know what a Motorola Network Encryption System is? What it does? How much it's worth?

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October 15, 2009, 03:17 PM

The Motorola Network Encryption System (NES) provides encryption security to
local area networks (LANs) and Wide Area Networks (WANs). The NES is designed
for system high data encryption and can accomodate multiple security
communities through network partitioning into separate domains. It provides
data confidentiality, data integrity, peer identification and authentication,
and mandatory/discretionary access control services. The NES is configured at
start up by a configuration disk created by the product server. A product
server can be any IBM compatible personal computer. Each product server is
capable of serving a maximum of 2000 NES platforms. The configuration disk
created by the product server contains application software, discretionary
access control (DAC) tables, static routing tables and other configuration
information. This information is used to control access to the network
protected by a NES platform. The NES can provide secure connections between
802.3/Ethernet and other 802.2/Ethernet networks with a speed up to 1.3 Mbps
(half duplex, 1400 byte packets) or 320 packets per second (64 byte packets).

Key distribution can be provided from the Electornic Key Management System
(EKMS) or the NES may be physically keyed using a KSD-64A. Up to 250 Traffic
Encryption Keys (TEKs) can be supported at one time by the NES. A security
battery allows key retention when primary power to the NES is interrupted.

DOE users should contact HR-433 if NES is being considered for any application.
The authorized vendor for NES is Motorola Government Electronics Gr., 8201 E.
McDowell Road., Scottsdale, AZ 85252-1417. Additional information may be
obtained by accessing their web site,
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