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688 Intersystem Network Integration
- ARINC Standard
Published June 24, 2021 by SAE Industry Technologies Consortia IA in United States of America
The purpose of this document is to provide guidelines for integrating previously standalone cabin systems such as cabin management systems, In-Flight Entertainment (IFE) systems, In-Flight Connectivity (IFC) systems, galley systems, surveillance systems, etc. Resource sharing between systems can reduce airline costs and/or increase functionality. But, as systems expose their internal resources to external systems, the risk of an intrusion that could degrade function and/or negatively expose the supplier's or airline's brand increases. This document provides a recommended IP networking design framework between aircraft systems to reduce the operational security threats while still supporting the necessary intersystem routing.
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