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  • '''NIPRNET''' is the usual way to refer to what was originally the U.S. military's ''' NIPRNET, along with [[SIPRNET]] at the SECRET classification level and [[JWICS]] at
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/NIPRNET]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • ....S. military, onto which are layered [[routing|routed]] networks such as [[NIPRNET]], [[SIPRNET]] and [[JWICS]]
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  • '''NIPRNET''' is the usual way to refer to what was originally the U.S. military's ''' NIPRNET, along with [[SIPRNET]] at the SECRET classification level and [[JWICS]] at
    2 KB (274 words) - 21:30, 10 June 2010
  • {{r|NIPRNET}}
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  • Some of the major routed networks that run over it include [[NIPRNET]], [[SIPRNET]] and [[JWICS]], at, respectively, the unclassified but govern
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  • {{r|NIPRNET}}
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  • **[[NIPRNET]], for unclassified but sensitive traffic
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  • ...23024513}}</ref> Even today, the military warfighting networks, such as [[NIPRNET]], [[SIPRNET]], [[JWICS]] and [[Warfighter Information Network]] are separa ...intermediate generations, MILNET essentially has become the unclassified [[NIPRNET]]. There are highly-interconnected networks for authorized users at various
    17 KB (2,481 words) - 10:48, 10 January 2012
  • ...efense Information System Network]], Defense Switched Network, including [[NIPRNET]] and [[SIPRNET]]. It also connects to existing tactical networks such as [
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  • ...[[Defense Information System Network]]. Examples of overlay networks are [[NIPRNET]] for unclassified but not public information, [[SIPRNET]] for information
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  • ...me overwhelming; extranets of the size of U.S. military networks such as [[NIPRNET]], [[SIPRNET]] and [[JWICS]] have unique address space that is delegated by
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