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1 U.S. Customs AES Communication Options Miami, Florida November 15-17, 2000 Developed By: Bill Higgins (703) Presented By: Dave Danner (703)

2 Topics n USCS Datacenter n Overview of AES Options n Dial-Up Network n Leased Lines n Frame Relay/MQSeries n Value Added Networks n Vendors and Consultants n AESDirect

3 USCS Datacenter n Located in Springfield, Virginia approximately 15 miles from Washington, DC n Supports three major application groups: Commercial (AES) Administrative Law Enforcement n Four S/390 mainframe servers running OS/390 n 21 Terabyte (21,500 Gigabyte) direct access (Disk) data storage capacity n Process over 1.2 billion database requests per day

4 Overview of Customs’ AES Options Data Transport Options: n Remote Job Entry (RJE) n Network Job Entry (NJE) n MQSeries Communication Options: n Dial-Up Lines n Leased Lines n Frame Relay Network n Value Added Networks (VANs) * Internet via Census’ AESDirect

5 Modem AES Exporter IBM 3720/25/45 USCS Dial-Up Network 264 Toll-free Dial-Up Lines 14.4 kbs max speed Supports RJE only Session terminated after one minute of inactivity

6 Point to Point Leased Lines 100+ currently in use Exporter provides two 56 Kbs modems and two encryptors Supports: è RJE è NJE è MQSeries AES Exporter Modem IBM 3720/25/45 IRE Encryptor Modem IRE Encryptor

7 Trade Benefits: n Improved data throughput n Dedicated circuit to Customs n Not subject to toll-free dial-up modem saturation or session inactivity timeout n High level of security n Provides additional interface options Point to Point Leased Lines

8 Frame Relay/MQSeries

9 n IBM messaging technology n Sprint digital networking technology n Cylink encryption technology n TCP/IP based n Best solution for high volume/high performance, mission critical processing Frame Relay/MQSeries

10 Trade Benefits: n Best data throughput n Eliminates the overhead and design limitations of JES batch job processing n Engineered redundancy for high availability n Disaster recovery capability n Integrates into existing TCP/IP network n Integrated component of the Customs/ITDS infrastructure Frame Relay/MQSeries

11 Value Added Networks n Provide communication connectivity to Customs Datacenter n Provide data transformation services n Provide protocol conversion services

12 AES Vendors and Consultants n Provide end-to-end solution for filing AES documents with Customs n Reduce or eliminate Exporter involvement in AES communications issues n Support a wide variety of computing platforms and communication options n For a list of AES vendors see:

13 AESDirect n Provided by the U.S. Census Bureau n Submit Shipper's Export Declaration (SED) information via the Internet n Does not require any special software or hardware investment n For more information, see:

14 For More Information... n Customs' AES Homepage: n Connectivity via RJE: n AES Trade Interface Requirements (AESTIR) documentation: n AES Hotline: n AES Outreach:

15 U.S. Customs AES Communication Options Questions ? Comments ?


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