demarcation point


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demarcation point

The location within a home or office where the line from the telephone company enters the building. Also called the "minimum point of entry" (MPOE). See demarc extension.
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With the primary point of demarcation moved to the minimum point of entry or the local loop demarcation point, network terminating wire or cable has been "unbundled.
The EdgeMarc VoIP VPN solution dramatically simplifies inter-office connectivity, ensures high quality VoIP communications and provides a remote demarcation point to assist with troubleshooting network impairments.
Part of an Ethernet Service Access Platform (ESAP), Accedian's flagship product, the EtherNID(TM) creates an Ethernet Services Demarcation Point defining a clear boundary between the Customer's and the Carrier's Ethernet Network.
Featuring Etherjack technology, the CC-312 provides an Ethernet demarcation point between provider and customer networks.
Increased "MaxBand" speeds are achieved through hardware that is installed at both the user demarcation point as well as the FDN switch origination site.
Covaro's CC-411 converts optical Ethernet to electrical Ethernet at the customer premises and serves as a demarcation point between the service provider network and the customer network.
Covaro's Etherjack technology establishes a demarcation point between provider and customer networks and features a service user network interface (UNI) that is based on Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF) guidelines.
After several installations, Davis quickly realized that the cost of setup was significantly higher without using EdgeMarc as the demarcation point.
The need for an Ethernet demarcation point between provider and customer networks has, of late, become a popular topic.
Central Office Applications: Enables "lights dimmed" or "lights out" operation at remote offices; enables managed and verified demarcation point between networks or sub-networks; reduces fiber reconfiguration errors; increases reconfigured connection quality by reducing fiber handling problems.
As a demarcation point, Etherjack offers providers a way to know where their networks end and customer networks begin, and the ECPA enables them to remotely test and analyze the network regularly -- even while customers are in service.