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SCADA CONSOLE

SCADAPAC XAR2-D
SCADAPAC XAR4-D

AUTOMATIZATION SYSTEM CONSOLE

SIMPAC XAR2-S
SIMPAC XAR2-D

ENGINEERING CONSOLE

SIMPAC SISIPAC
SIMPAC PMSS

SOFWARE EXPOPAC

SCADAPAC XAR4-DE

El sistema de control supervisorio SCADAPAC XAR4-DE es un sistema SCADA con programas de aplicación del tipo DISTRIBUTION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM que esta
diseñado en una plataforma que permite poder migrar el equipo desde un sistema SCADA tradicional hasta un centro de despacho de tipo regional.

La arquitectura basica consta de 2 servidores que realizan las funciones de control y adquisicion de datos y funcion de servidor de historicos donde en varios discos se almacena la informacion historica del sistema.
El sistema basico cuenta con 2 terminales de operación dedicadas al despliegue de la IHM del sistema y la funciones de control y operación de la red de distribucion o
transmision.maestra_2

Las funciones de comunicación estan cubiertas por un Controlador Inteligente de Comunicaciones ( CIC XAR2- 6)capaz de manejar hasta 32 canales de comunicación
utilizando diferente protocolo en cada uno.
El sistema tiene la capacidad de manejar hasta 8 servidores de sistema , 32 terminales de operación , ya sean estas locales o remotas y dos controladores de comunicación
operando en espejo para asegurar las funciones de redundancia.

La comunicación entre servidores, terminales de comunicación y Front-Ends ( CIC XAR2-6 ) se realiza mediante redes lan redundantes a 10 Mps o superior según
sean los requerimientos del usuario.
Cabe mecionar que el sistema puede crecer desde una estructura basica basada en dos servers hasta una configuracion en donde se distribuyen funciones como bases de datos y tareas de adquisicion de datos en diferentes equipos del sistema contando ya con varias terminales de operación para diferentes propositos.

ARQUITECTURA DE SOFTWAREmaestra_3
La arquitectura de software del sistema SCADAPAC XAR4-DE se basa en cuatro capas :
CAPA No 1
La primer capa se compone del sistema operativo , que en el caso de los servidores es UNIX y en el caso de las consolas de operación o de las consolas remotas, el sistema
operativo propuesto puede ser WINDOWS-NT O UNIX.
En este mismo nivel se encuentra la base de datos relacional del sistema , ORACLE 8 , por medio de la cual se maneja todo la informacion historica y estadistica del sistema
compartiendo recursos en coordinacion con la base de datos de tiempo real con interacciones SQL.
El sistema SCADAPAC XAR4-DE hace uso de la plataforma de software RTAP de HEWLETT PACKARD para fines de herramientas de configuracion de la interfase
grafica del sistema.
RTAP (REAL TIME APPLICATION PLATFORM) provee una serie de herramientas que proporcionan al usuario del sistema la facilidad de personalizar y configurar su
ambiente grafico de trabajo de una forma muy sencilla y haciendo uso de toda la capacidad del sistema operativo y base de datos relcional.maestra_4
Las herramientas proporcionadas por RTAP son :
-EDICION DE BASE DE DATOS
-CREADOR DE DIAGRAMAS
-CREADOR DE PANELES
-SERVIDOR Y ADMINISTRADOR DE REPORTES
-CREADOR Y SERVIDOR DE GRAFICOS
-PROGRAMADOR DE TAREAS
-ADMINISTRADOR DE RECURSOS
-SCAN TASKS ( OPCIONAL ).
La interaccion entre el sistema operativo , la base de datos relacional y el RTAP se hace por medio de programacion en C++ y herramientas de SQL.

La segunda capa del sistema SCADAPAC esta constituida por el software basico SCADAPAC-UX 2000 .maestra_5
En este nivel el sistema posee una serie de modulos de software que conforman la estructura principal de un sistema de control supervisorio :
-SERVIDOR DE BASE DE DATOS
-SERVIDOR SCADA
-EDITOR DE PANELES
-EDITOR DE ESQUEMATICOS
ETC..

CAPA No 3
La tercera capa del sistema engloba todos los modulos de software encargados de la configuracion y personalizacion del sistema.maestra_6
Por medio de estos el usuario tiene la capacidad de configuracion de IHM, programacion de funciones , Administracion de recursos actualizacion de funciones del
sistema:
-MONITOREO Y CAIDA DEL SISTEMA
-TENDENCIAS HISTORICAS
-ANALISIS POST MORTEM
-REGISTRO HISTORICO
-ADMINISTRACION DE LIBRANZAS
-BITACORAS DE OPERACIÓN
-MAXIMOS Y MINIMOS
-NIVELES DE ACCESO
ETC...

CAPA No 4maestra_7
Este nivel de programacion del sistema se caracteriza por englobar todos los modulos de software que representan programas de aplicación de los sistemas de control
supervisorio.
Hasta la CAPA No 3 el sistema SCADAPAC XAR4-DE es un sistema scada tradicional, según los requerimientos se adicionana al sistema uno o varios modulos de la capa 4
hasta que el equipo cumpla con las necesidades de la red electrica.

Entre los programas de aplicación disponibles para el sistema de control supervisorio SCADAPAC XAR4-DE se pueden mencionar los siguientes:

-CONTROL AUTOMATICO DE GENERACIONmaestra8
-LOCALIZACION DE FALLAS EN LINEA
-FLUJO DE CARGAS
-INDICES DE GESTION
-PRONOSTICO DE DEMANDA
-ANALISIS DE TOPOLOGIA DE RED
-ESTIMADOR DE ESTADO
-DESPACHO ECONOMICO
-ANALISIS DE FALLAS, OSCILOGRAFIAS.
-AUTOMATIZACION DE REDES
-CORTE Y RESTAURACION DE CARGAS
-ETC...

CONTROLADOR INTELIGENTE DE COMUNICACIONES CIC XAR2/6maestra9
El sistema SCADAPAC XAR4-DE cuenta con uno, dos o tres controladores de comunicación que realiza todas las funciones de adquisicion de datos.
Estos “Front End” del sistema se interconectan por medio de las redes lan del equipo a los servidores y terminales de operación.
El CIC XAR2-6 esta basado en computadoras industriales MOTOROLA COMPUTER GROUP , cuenta con una interfase grafica basada en sistema operativo WINDOWSNT.
Este servidor de comunicaciones tiene la capacidad de interfazarse hasta con 2 redes Lan de 10/100 MPS y puede manejar hasta 32 canales de comunicación redundantes
utilizando diferente protocolo de comunicación en cada uno.

Los protocolos de comunicación disponibles para este equipo son:

-HARRIS 5000/6000 ACS-3100
-L&N TRW
-FUJI DNP 3.0
-INDACTIC 33 IEC 870-5
-WESTON ETC...
-ICCP

INTERFASE HOMBRE MAQUINA .maestra10
Por medio de los diferentes modulos de software se creo un software de explotacion que delimita las funcionalidades de la interfase hombre maquina dependiendo del personal que utilize la interfase:

-personal de mantenimiento
-personal de control
-personal de subestaciones
-personal de comunicaciones
-operadores
Estos diferentes modos de operación engloban todas las funciones requeridas por el sistema para su optima explotacion partiendo desde las funciones basicas de proteccion y de sistemas scada hasta las funciones de mayor complejidad como lo son el tratamiento e importacion de la oscilografia de los DEI’S y el ajuste de estos desde la alguna terminal.
Es importante mencionar que para cada uno de los niveles de operacion el sistema cuenta con un modulo que permite el acceso a las diferentes funciones mediante una clave de identificacion y un password.

GUIA – OPERADOR (MODULO GAS)maestra11
-diagramas unifilares
-cuadros de alarmas
-tabulares de indicaciones
-tabulares de mediciones
-reportes de alarmas
-reportes de fallas
-mandos
-manejo de libranzas operativas

ANALISIS DE RESULTADOS DE OPERACIÓN (MODULO
OAS).
-relatorios de eventos
-secuencia de eventos
-variables calculadas
-violacion de limites
-tendencias historicas
-bitacoras de operaciónmaestra12
-mediciones horarias
-maximos y minimos
-cargas afectadas

-tiempos de interrupcion
-estadisticas de operación
-cargas desbalanceadas
-analisis de perdidas
-analisis de la calidad del servicio
-porcentaje de armonicas
-balances energeticos
-estimador de estado
-analisis de topologia
-despacho economico
etc ...

ANALISIS DE FALLAS (MODULO FAS)maestra13
-diagramas trifilares
-diagramas de proteccion
-localizacion de fallas
-estadisticas de fallas
-oscilografia
-analisis post-mortem
-diagnostico y autodiagnostico de -relevadores
-edicion de secuencias logicas
-habilitacion de secuencias logicas
-impacto economico sobre -resultados de operación

ADMINISTRACION DEL MANTENIMIENTO ( MODULO MAS )
-estadisticas de operación
-estado actual de los equipos i2t
-calculo de vida util remanente
-caracteristicas de los equipos (base de datos)
-relatorios de los -mantenimientos efectuados
-planeacion del mantenimiento preventivo
-seguimiento de las libranzas
-programas anuales de -mantenimiento
-generacion de ordenes de trabajo
-resguardo de procedimientos de mantenimiento
-evaluacion del costo
del mantenimiento

EXPANSION Y ADMINISTRACION ( MODULO EAS )
– sinoptico del sistema
– configuracion de la base de datos
– ajuste de comunicacionesmaestra14

– estadisticas de comunicaciones
– relatorios de ajustes
– herramientas de diagnosticos
– reportes de auto diagnostico
– edicion de reportes
– herramientas para sincronizacion del tiempo
– configuracion de la funcion de submaestra
– configuracion del nivel superior
– instalacion de nuevos nodos en la lan
– configuracion de las conexiones a wan

Por medio de este agrupamiento de funciones según los diferentes usuarios es posible dirigir la informacion especifica y de conveniencia a cada grupo de usuarios mediante passwords especificos para cada usuario.maestra15

APLICACIONES RELEVANTES
Por medio de este tipo de sistemas SEPAC ha tenido la oportunidad de suministrar a C.F.E. 4 centros de despacho a las Subareas de Transmision y Transformacion de
Colorines, Guanajuato, Frontera y Puebla.
Adicionalmente a la experiencia antes mencionada SEPAC ha suministrado 8 sistemas SCADA/EMS para la division Golfo Centro de Comision Federal de Electricidad entre
1996 y 1999.
Actualmente SEPAC esta suministrando e instalando un sistema SCADAPAC XAR4-DE para guatemala que consiste en el centro de Despacho de Carga de Guatemala
junto con la automatizacion de 4 centales hidroelectricas ( 16 Unidades de Generacion )

EXPOPACexpopac5

This program is an explotation tool from which a link is established between the user
and the information stored by the system. The general functions available for the user
are:
• The display of the information provided by the IED’s (oscillography and fault registers)
for monitoring, historic consultation, oscillography and fault report selective search.
• The display of historic trends for real values recorded in the SIMPAC systems, until the moment in which the consultation is performed. The user can monitor up to 12 measurements in the same graphic or consultation chart. Also he can request the
X/Y type graphics that consists in drawing a variable or more against another and to
monitor the behavior of the system based on the data provided by these measurements.
• The display of energy balance: The program has access to the SIMPAC
database, through the configuration of the desired data. Energy balance is displayed as
a graph or as a chart , with absolute values of the meters or percentages .
• Protective relays data-base is provided in order to store the characteristics of the
relays installed in the SIMPAC systems for each monitored substation.
• The display of graphs for data and alarms versus time.

The EXPOPAC module is an addition to the SCADAPAC supervisory system of SEPAC.
It comprises an engineering tool that permits the user to handle the basic information of the different elements of a SCADA system for a Generator Power Station, transmission
or Distribution Substation, displaying the data in a unique format irrespectively of the trade mark of the different IED’S connected to the system.expopac2

The program is designed to work on Windows 95, Windows 98 or Windows 2000. It can be operated inside the Windows-Merge installed in the SIMPAC systems, or from an external computer connected to the TCP/IP through SIMPAC LAN or WAN.
If the SIMPAC system has XvisionServer , the circular files can be accessed directly as if they were read as a file in Windows. If it is not installed, the files can be copied through FTP to the hard disk of the computer that is used for consultation and analysis.
Data from more than one SIMPAC system can be accessed, assigning to each substation a different address.

Operation Modes:expopac1
The Expopac package has 3 operation modes:
Local: The EXPOPAC package is installed in the same MMI hard disk , inside the Windows that is provided by the SCO-Unix-Merge.
The access to the files generated by the MMI is through a virtual drive assigned in the Unix Merge related to the corresponding Unix directory. (The data are in the same hard disk, but under another operating system)
Requires that the MMI has Unix Merge previously installed (same that the one used to access relays proprietary software packages )


Lan or Wan: The EXPOPAC package is installed in another computer with Windows 9x, Se, Me, NT ,connected through a network Card to the MMI ..
The access to the files generated by the MMI is through a virtual drive that is declared in the computer and related to the corresponding Unix directory.
This access has the speed of the HUB (10 or 100 Mbit/ sec)
The MMI data files are not copied to the computer, unless it is indicated to the program.
It Require that the MMI has Unix Vision FS installed ,therefore other computers with Windows can have access to the Unix directories.

Remote: The EXPOPAC package is installed in another computer with Windows 9x, Se, Me, NT, that can be connected to the MMI through a network card or Internet through a Modem using TCP/IP protocol.
The access speed is determined by the HUB : (10 or 100 Mbit sec) if it is connected through a network Card or the Internet server, (28.8. 2 Mbit sec) if it is through Internet-modem.

expopac The access to the MMI
files is through FTP (File-
Transfer-Protocol) , i.e.
consultation in Windows
and server in Unix .
In this way, the MMI files
that are required , are
always copied in the local
computer, and there is the
option to ask ,each
specific period of time (for
example each hour) ,for
all the files that the
program may require .
In this case, Unix Merge or
Unix Vision FS are not
required.

SISIPAC

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SIMPAC PMSS

1.- OVERVIEWpmss
The SIMPAC PMSS protection terminal is based on a powerful workstation computer
that allocates all software necessary to monitor and control substation protection
systems.
Using a CIC™ (Intelligent Communications Controller or Front End Processor),
information is acquired from the IEDs and then transmitted locally and/or remotely to
the Protection Terminal. Local access is done typically using a LAN Ethernet.
The SIMPAC CIC’s communication capabilities allow for remote reliable access
through WAN, radio or other available means, it is loaded with software to access
Protection Relays. 4 ways of accessing are available:
1.- SCADA
2.- Through Port / OEM proprietary software
3.- EXPOPAC™ Software
4.- SAMPAC Optional
1.1.- SCADA:
The SCADA functions on this terminal allow acquiring and managing all Real Time
information that comes from the substation.
1.2.- THROUGH PORT / OEM
PROPRIETARY SOFTWARE
The Through Port function allows the user to access the protection Relay as if connecting
directly with a Laptop.
1.3.- EXPOPAC
The EXPOPAC software presents all the information available from any IED in the
same format.
1.4.- SAMPAC
SAMPAC is a Maintenance module developed by SEPAC to manage transformers
and breakers. This application comes as an option but it can be very useful in predictive
and preventive maintenance.
Protection Terminalpmss1

2.- TYPICAL ARCHITECTURE WAN
SIMPAC PMSS SIMPAC CIC
LAN
Router
DNP3.0 RS232
32 IEDs

The system can also be connected using RS- 485 links or by fiber optics.
In this architecture, the CIC becomes the heart of the system. It has the capability of
managing up to 32 independent channels. Each channel can handle a different
communications protocol, thus making it possible to access different brands of
Protection Relays.
Another option for the basic architecture is building different communication networks.
Each Network has a different communication protocol and IEDs with the same protocol can be connected on the same network.
The CIC is also capable of accepting legacy RTUs if necessary in order to acquire digital
I/O information for monitoring functions.
SIMPAC PMSS SIMPAC CIC IEDspmss2
RS 232
Legacy RTU
RS 485
IEEE 802.3
Depending on the IEDs individual connectivity capabilities, equipment from the
same OEM can be in a single network or on different networks to optimize response time.
Depending on the user’s specification, either array is possible. The system’s flexibility is
an advantage for the user, for he can choose the most convenient way of connecting the devices.

WAN
3- HARDWARE
3.1 – WORKSTATION
The main computer used for the SIMPAC PMSS Terminal is based on dual Pentium III
processors @ 1.2 GHz, two SCSI hard drives and 1GB RAM.
As new improved hardware is available, the Protection Terminal will move to the most
recent version of the equivalent hardware.
3.2 – SIMPAC CIC™
The broad range of processor modules, RAM memory, storage capacity and
communication capabilities make a SIMPAC PMSS capable of controlling from just a few
IEDs to dozens of IEDs. With the addition of several SIMPAC PMSS working together as
distributed units can make it possible to control hundreds of IEDs.
CPU i486 @ 66 or 100 MHz
4 MB to 64 MB RAM
2 MB to 128 MB Flash Disk
RS-232 Maintenance port
RS-232/422/485 Interconnect port
Ethernet Interconnect port
PC-104 BUS.
A typical CIC configuration could be: • RS-232/422/485 electrical interface levels on all  channels
• Asynchronous mode supported with:
• 5-, 6-, 7- or 8-bit character lengths
• Even, odd, or no parity generation and checking
• 1, 1 1 /2 or 2 stop bits per character
• Break, overrun and framing error detection
• Data rates to 115K bps
• Byte oriented synchronous
capabilities:
• Internal or external character
synchronization
• Automatic CRC
generation/checking
• SDLC/HDLC capabilities:
• Abort sequence generation and
checking
• Automatic zero insertion and
detection
• Automatic flag insertion between
messages
• Address field recognition
• I field residue handling
• CRC generation/handling
• SDLC loop mode with EOP
recognition/loop
• entry and exit
• Z85230 Enhanced SCC for
improved performance
• 4 byte transmit and 8 byte receive
FIFO
• Configurable as DTE or DCE
• Operating temperature: -40 oC to +85 oC
The CIC is configured and built to each system’s specific needs or user requirements,
using plug-and-play boards, each with two serial ports.

4 – SOFTWARE ARCHITECTURE
The system runs either under UNIX for real time applications and WINDOWS for other
applications.
The programming structure of the software is divided into three blocks.
Each of these blocks represents the application and function level of each software module that comprises the entire
SIMPAC PMSS.
The system’s philosophy comprises different programming modules that act independently and perform their links to the rest of the system through a relational database and the different routines on the operative system.
THE THREE BLOCKS ARE:
a) The first block of the system constitutes the basic programming modules, fundamental for the system’s operation.
-database
-communication module
-diagram editor
-function and report management
-system monitoring
b)The second block comprises the manmachine interface configuration.
-diagram creation
-report creation
-panel creation
-screen personalization
-function personalization
-logger management
-trend and statistics management
c) The third and last block of the system, is comprised by the applications that personalize and are specific to the system involved:
• SCADA
• THROUGH-PORT / OEM
PROPRIETARY SOFTWARE
• EXPOPAC
• SAMPAC

5- APPLICATIONS
5.1 SCADA
The SCADA applications run on a SCOUNIX platform and are used for all real time
data management. These applications include:
- Single Line Diagrams
- Registers
- Reports
- Commands
- SOE
- Password Access
This application runs on SCO-UNIX, it is totally user configurable, it has an
Intelligent Alarm feature, its programming and connectivity are based on open
standards, it has built-in DNP3.0, and supports a real time relational database.
The sequence of events has a 1-millisecond resolution.
Event display and acquisition is configurable by the user. Information can be acquired by exception, on a timely basis and/or by operator request. The information to be acquired is also configurable .
Different access levels can be configured, from system administrator with all functions
and capabilities to monitoring only privileges.
Typical configuration includes 5 access levels for 5 kinds of users.

5.2 THROUGHPORT / OEM PROPRIETARY SOFTWARE
This function allows users to connect and access the desired IED as if doing it directly
with a Laptop. The main applications are.
- IED Setting
- IED Monitoring and Diagnostics
- Oscillography
- Fault Register
- Event Register
- ThruPac
The system emulates the hyper terminal function and runs the licensed proprietary
OEM software for each relay. All IED manufacturer software features are
available from a local or remote location, this includes all characteristics listed above.
The ThruPac enables the user to have remote modem sessions with complete
functionality, enabling them to work from their offices and saving significant amounts
of time.
On the above example, a Windows session is loaded on Unix, to run the DIGSI software
and display a Siemens Relay data. The SCADA application is still running on the
background.
Setting adjustments, event register, metering, oscillography and all other information is
obtained using the through port. The above example is the demo oscillography
display for the SEL relays. All information is presented using the software developed for
this use by the OEMs.
5.3 EXPOPAC™
The ExpoPac software concentrates all data in a unique database and presents all the
information available from any IED in the same format. To achieve this, protocol
translations are performed on each relay of each brand to a predetermined protocol such as DNP3.0.
The main tools of this application are:pmss2
- Equipment Plate Data
- Oscillography
- Fault Register
- Event Recorder
- Energy Balance
- Trend Graphs
Regardless of the Relay or Meter brand, this option is completely customizable as to the information that needs to be acquired. Downloads of IED data can be done by
setting a trigger if a certain variable reaches “x” value and/or by programming it on a
timely basis and/or by user request.
Some of the main features of ExpoPac are:
• Access and display of any IED on
the same format.
• Remote system configuration
• Data interchange on FTP format
• IED event management with time stamp, IED name, and event type
• Oscillography display, after faults and historically
• Fault registers, IED name, type of fault, phase, duration, location, voltages and currents. Has historical archive
• Trend graphs power demand, voltage, current, frequency, etc.
• Energy Balance calculations per substation bus.
• Load unbalance on transformer, line and feeder circuits.
• Data export to MS Excel or similar programs
• Oscillography data export in COMPTRADE format
Trend graph display of any chosen variable of the system. Simultaneous graphs can be displayed, i.e. voltage and current on phase A.

5.4 SAMPACpmss1
SEPAC has developed software for monitoring transformers and breakers.
These functions acquire information from the system’s database and instrumentation on field to provide information on equipment status. This is a tool used for predictive and preventive maintenance. It can print work orders and reports.
For transformers, besides the mandatory overload and over temperature cycles,
partial discharges, oil quality and bushings are monitored. Alarms and reports are
configurable according to user’s needs. For breakers, I²T is calculated. The system
is then configured to alarm and report according to user’s specification or maintenance policies.
The above example is a bushing sum of currents polar graphic.

6- COMMUNICATION PROTOCOLS
Throughout the years, SEPAC has developed systems that comprise many different OEM’s products and communication protocols. By integrating almost all known brands of
Meters, Protection Relays and other IEDs, SEPAC is able to communicate with most
known manufacturers such as:
• SIEMENS
• ALSTOM
• ABB
• BASLER
• SEL
• BECKWITH
• GENERAL ELECTRIC
• POWER MEASUREMENT
• ION
• ZIV
• KITRON
• HIDRAN
• RIS
Protocol Translation functions installed in the system make it possible to integrate all
devices from the different brands. Translation takes place in the Database and is mapped to the table from which the system will report to the local interface or to the remote session.
This functionality allows to have several communication networks with a different
protocol on each one.
There are a great number of different communication protocols that can be used to
acquire information form a large source of IEDs and RTUs.
They can also be used to update information to other Master Stations or Dispatch Centers using any of the standard or legacy SCADA protocols. IED Protocols
• ACM3710
• ACM 3720
• TDPU
• OPH 3.0
• Mlink
• Dlink
• Curier
• DLS
• BECO 2200
• Quantum
• Slim
• SEL
• LFCB
Standard Protocols
• DNP 3.0
• ModBus
• ScadaPac V5.0
• IP
• UDP
• IEC 870/1-5
• TCP
Proprietary Interfaces
• SyLINK
• GE Fanuc
• Modbus Plus
SCADA Protocols
• Harris 5000/6000
• ACS 3100
• FUJI
• CDC
• Valmet Tejas
• Leeds & Northrup
• Indactic 33/41
• Weston II
• Quics II
• PCS IIE
• SCADA Consultant
7.- WAN CONNECTIVITY
The SIMPAC PMSS system has a WEB interface that allows connectivity to the
internet. Using this interface, information on the system can be displayed on a WEB
browser such as MS Explorer or Netscape.
The following software comprises the SIMPAC WEB interface:
1.- Apache HTML Server This module manages the HTML format interface, system configuration and administration takes place in this module.
Reports and Historic data are handled through the HTML server.
2.- Tarantella Application Broker This modules allows for any screen on the
SIMPAC PMSS to be transported through a WEB browser and into the internet. It
allows for remote operation through the WEB provided a fast internet connection is
available. It is based on X-Windows / Java technology.
3.- Berkley Internet Name Domain (DMS) This module manages addresses and names

on the WEB. This will allow for information to correctly flow in the WEB.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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