AffiliationSouthwest Research Institute
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AbstractIP-telemetry radios are being connected to existing ground networks, thereby integrating the air and ground. While this provides full connection to Test Article (TA) networks, the mobility of TAs and the transient nature of test missions leave the overall experience feeling less than "real" networks. We describe a toolset that extends the capabilities of integrated IP-telemetry and range networks through specialized routing techniques focused on mission-based data delivery needs. The toolset provides a configurable capability enabling packet-based best source selection, firewalling, multicasting, and QoS enforcement across the range on a per program basis. The building blocks of the toolset allow for the creation of virtualized network components that are mission-based rather than infrastructure and enables seamless network operation with network telemetry, giving mission personnel the ability to specialize the network for their needs without depending upon the range IT department.
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