Table 1-4. Features (continued)
On the print out, this is printed for an
area when the AMG Monitor program
automatically synchronizes the
communications with an area.
On the print out, these two phrases are
printed on the same line for an area when
there is an improper manual
synchronization attempt. This could be a
spoofing attempt by an adversary.
Figure 1-4. Secure Mode Screen Area
1.15.2 Secure Mode Screen Area. Each Secure Mode screen (figure 1-4) is divided into either two or three sections
and the operator observes the Secure Mode screen to perform security tasks required by the indications of status
changes. Each time J-SIIDS or AMG has a status change an audible alarm sounds which an operator must
acknowledge. The audible alarm is silenced by pressing <Fl>. Also, a visual indication remains on the screen until the
alarm is acknowledged. The operator then checks the system summary area of the displayed screen. The operator only
uses limited keys from the keyboard as indicated by the template. Some Secure Mode screens also allow use of the
number keys 1 through 0. The three sections which may appear on the screen are described in the following paragraphs
and the Secure Mode screens are described in paragraphs 1.15.3 through 1.15.6.
22.214.171.124 System Summary Area. The system summary area (figure 1-5) is located at the top of each Secure Mode and
Setup mode screen. It consists of two boxes and is always displayed on each screen. The system summary area is
broken down into two sub groups. The two sub groups are the remote area summary and the monitor area summary.