OSI – OPEN SYSTEMS INTERCONNECTION

Standard

The OSI standards are published by the International Telecommunication Union and provide commercial standards on which Military Messaging Handling Systems (MMHS) are built.

The ITU maintains a full listing of the X Series. A number of their Information Technology standards are applicable to Nexor.

ASN.1: Abstract Syntax Notation One X.680 Specification of basic notation
X.681 Information object specification
X.690 ASN.1 encoding rules: Specification of Basic Encoding Rules (BER), Canonical Encoding Rules (CER) and Distinguished Encoding Rules (DER)
X.693 ASN.1 encoding rules : XML Encoding Rules (XER)
Security techniques X.841 Security information objects for access control
X.400: Message Handling Systems (MHS) X.402 Overall architecture
X.411 Message Transfer System: Abstract Service Definition and Procedures
X.413 Message store – Abstract service definition (P7)
X.420 Interpersonal Messaging System (P2, P22)
X.500: Open Systems Interconnection – The Directory X.500 Overview of concepts, models and services
X.501 Models
X.509 Public-key and attribute certificate frameworks
X.511 Abstract service definition
X.518 Procedures for distributed operation
X.519 Protocol specifications
X.520 Selected attribute types
X.521 Selected object classes
X.525 Replication
X.530 Use of systems management for administration of the Directory
There is also a website for the X.500 Directory standard: X500STANDARD.COM

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Military Message Handling Systems: A Reference Architecture – Military Message Handling Systems (MMHS) have become established as the defacto way of exchanging high grade electronic messages within a national military enclave, between military domains and within operational domains. MORE DETAILS
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