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1 TLETS Re-Engineering TxDPS Information Management Svc. May 5, 2006

2 Agenda Current Project Status Benefits, Features, Enhancements Getting Your Agency Prepared Questions Questions

3 State of the Project Computers and Software installed at TxDPS Headquarters Phase I - new core network has been installed at TxDPS headquarters – 4/2/06 Connections established with NCIC, NLETS, and MVD Connectivity with TxDPS repositories: TCIC, Driver License, and CCH.

4 State of the Project Bridge programs in Legacy TLETS Legacy TLETS converted to intercept and route all messages through new system Phase II - Ongoing screen testing continues. Target date of 5/19/06

5 Benefits Logs stored in a relational database system Capability for monitoring traffic real-time Improved reporting features More statistics Weather messages delivered to county codes

6 Features Support for additional Message Keys –Commercial Vehicle –Wildlife Crime Inquiry –Query Probation Information –Driver License Name Query Local Logs Distance Broadcast

7 Enhancements Forward a received message Populate a form with a sent message Drop down list boxes for lookup values Spell Check Intuitive user interface Configurable

8 Minimum Requirements Complete CJIS Security Package To be CJIS compliant, all computers processing CJIS data must be firewalled (NIST certified) from the Internet and any other public access connectivity.

9 Small Site – Satellite - no NAT 1 terminal, network address translation (NAT) not required DPS Supplied Equipment Router – DPS supplied Personal Earth Station (PES) Agency Supplied Equipment –PC/Workstation with minimum –CPU Type/Speed - Pentium 600Mghz or above –Memory MB –Display Resolution – 1024x768 –Disk Space – 50 MB –Operating System – Win 98 or newer –TCP/IP Network Interface Card (NIC)

10 Medium Site – Satellite - no NAT 16 terminals or less, NAT not required DPS Supplied Equipment Router – DPS supplied PES Agency Supplied Equipment Switch – 100 Mbps full duplex switch with enough ports for all terminals and printers Interface/Gateway/CAD – Server with sufficient capacity to manage data flow from all assigned terminal devices PC/Workstation with minimum: –CPU Type/Speed - Pentium 600Mghz or above –Memory MB –Display Resolution – 1024x768 –Disk Space – 50 MB –Operating System – Win 98 or newer –TCP/IP Network Interface Card (NIC)

11 Medium Site – Satellite - NAT 16 terminals or less on satellite, NAT required DPS Supplied Equipment PES Agency Supplied Equipment Router – Any standard router with console access for configuration changes 100 Mbps Ethernet port Switch – 100 Mbps full duplex switch with enough ports for all terminals and printers Interface/Gateway/CAD – Server with sufficient capacity to manage data flow from all assigned terminal devices PC/Workstation with minimum: –CPU Type/Speed - Pentium 600Mghz or above –Memory MB –Display Resolution – 1024x768 –Disk Space – 50 MB –Operating System – Win 98 or newer –TCP/IP Network Interface Card (NIC)

12 Large Site – Satellite - no NAT 17 terminals or more on satellite, NAT not required DPS Supplied Equipment Router – DPS supplied PES Agency Supplied Equipment Switch – 100 Mbps full duplex switch with enough ports for all terminals and printers Interface/Gateway/CAD – Server with sufficient capacity to manage data flow from all assigned terminal devices PC/Workstation with minimum: –CPU Type/Speed - Pentium 600Mghz or above –Memory MB –Display Resolution – 1024x768 –Disk Space – 50 MB –Operating System – Win 98 or newer –TCP/IP Network Interface Card (NIC)

13 Large Site – Satellite - NAT 17 terminals or more on satellite, NAT required DPS Supplied Equipment PES Agency Supplied Equipment Router – Any standard router with console access for configuration changes 100 Mbps Ethernet port Switch – 100 Mbps full duplex switch with enough ports for all terminals and printers Interface/Gateway/CAD – Server with sufficient capacity to manage data flow from all assigned terminal devices PC/Workstation with minimum: –CPU Type/Speed - Pentium 600Mghz or above –Memory MB –Display Resolution – 1024x768 –Disk Space – 50 MB –Operating System – Win 98 or newer –TCP/IP Network Interface Card (NIC)

14 Large Site – Terrestrial - NAT 17 terminals or more over terrestrial connectivity, NAT required DPS Supplied Equipment FRATM connectivity commensurate with traffic demands at each specific location

15 Large Site – Terrestrial - NAT Agency Supplied Equipment Extranet Router – Cisco 2821 (no substitutions) configured as follows: CISCO 2821 Security Bundle,AIM-VPN-EPII-PLUServ,64F/256D,HSEC/K9 AIM-VPN/EPII-DES/3DES/AES VPN Encryption/Comp Plus MEM D-256 MB DDR DRAM Memory factory default 2800 MEM CF-64MB CF default for Cisco 2800 series NM-28/38BLNKCisco 2800 and 3800 Series Blank Panel Pwr ACCisco 2821/51 AC power supply ROUTER-SDMDevice manager for routers S28NAISK9-Cisco 2800 IOS ADVANCED SERVICES 12308T WIC-BLANK-Blank WAN Interface Panel CAB-ACPower Cord, 110V WIC-1DSU-T1-V2Updated 1-Port T1/Fractional T1 DSU/CSU Card

16 Large Site – Terrestrial - NAT Agency Supplied Equipment PC/Workstation with minimum: –CPU Type/Speed - Pentium 600Mghz or above –Memory MB –Display Resolution – 1024x768 –Disk Space – 50 MB –Operating System – Win 98 or newer –TCP/IP Network Interface Card (NIC)

17 Communications 900 local agencies, 400 DPS sites TLETS Website has newsletters and documentation regarding the protocol. To obtain the address, send an to:


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