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To find new approaches to the stability and synchronization problems of Internet based telerobotic systems, a mission/behavior based robotic teleoperation scheme is proposed. A novel distributed perception strategy is presented to enable the robot to autonomously search and utilize sensors via the Internet. These two schemes are implemented in the Distributed Architecture for Internet Robot (DAIR) design. In this paper, the mechanism, utilization and explanation of these two schemes are given. Experiments have proved their feasibility and effectiveness for both performance improvement in teleoperation and intelligence advancement in Internet based robotic systems.