Ural Federal Okrug of the Russian Federation was the first to use the system of depth filtration of Internet traffic.

Roscomnadzor started testing equipment in-depth traffic filtering (DPI) on the territory of the Ural Federal district. About it writes RBC.

According to the publication, delivery and implementation of DPI on the networks of all operators involved in the company “the Data — centre processing and automation” (DCOA), headed by the former head of Nokia in Russia and the ex-Deputy Minister of communications Rashid Ismailov. “Equipment developed by the RDP.RU” — the source said RBC.

The interlocutor of the edition notes that the equipment is already installed in Yekaterinburg, soon it will appear in the Chelyabinsk, Tyumen, Magnitogorsk and other cities. “The testing is conducted mainly on fixed networks, that is, affects users of Internet at home. Mobile communication, i.e. mobile Internet, don’t touch,” — said the source of RBC.

This week it was reported that Roskomnadzor began to establish networks of providers the equipment needed to isolate the Russian Internet. “Since the end of September in a few weeks we will be testing it. To test it we will, as always said, in close cooperation with operators carefully, that is, we first conduct technical inspection, impact on traffic no impact on traffic, all services are working successfully. And then we will test it in combat mode”, — explained the head of Department.

Earlier, Reuters reported that Russian operators will check for users in Tjumen equipment for blocking Telegram. According to interlocutors of Agency, the equipment consists of a hardware-software complex of the Russian manufacturer of the RDP.ru. Testing should be completed before the end of September.

Roskomnadzor started blocking Telegram in April last year due to the failure to provide the FSB the key to deciphering the correspondence of the users. The messenger works with the majority of Russians.


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