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NEWS | April 13, 2022

SATCOM: Detailed TNT-ATH Technical Procedure Released for STT

Attention! For units using the Tactical Network Transport-At the Halt (TNT-ATH), a detailed technical procedure (DTP) is now available that contains important updates that need to be applied for the legacy ATH satellite transport terminal (STT) colorless T2 switch 3560e and 9200L switch with configuration change V2.2.
CISCO 9200L switch
CISCO 9200 switch

The DTP contains information on configuring and preparing a 9200 baseline configuration for an ATH STT 3560e stand-alone switch replacement. This is a temporary solution for units that need to create an immediate “one off” configuration for a replacement switch.

The DTP instructions can be found HERE. If this is your first time using this CAC-enabled website, you’ll need to register.

For detailed DTP download instructions, the complete list of applicable LINs and NSNs, and a CECOM TNT-ATH POC, see CECOM’s Maintenance Information Message HERE.
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