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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The movement of the demarcation point for cable providers has raised logistical wiring concerns because, unlike telephone, cable cannot just be switched at a minimum point of entry (MPOE) box off the property, yet.
Figure 1 shows the previous local loop demarcation point, and Figure 2 shows the new local loop demarcation point after deregulation.
The Demarc Extension Seminar will cover important topics such as how extending the cabling and services beyond the demarcation point has been a point of contention for many years as well as the many drawbacks that exist since the deregulation efforts.
For carriers who choose to move all traffic management to the customer edge, the Service Mediator provides a secure demarcation point to prevent theft of service.
The Metro Ethernet service shall include a managed network interface device as the network demarcation point at each site.
AppVantage provides a service demarcation point that defines service boundaries between ASPs and their customers and delivery-chain partners and upon which service-level agreements can be based.
Support for SNMPv3 enhances the security of network management at the Customer Premises demarcation point.
SODALES will also develop a low-cost multi-technology demarcation point.
The PANDUIT media distribution system complements the extensive line of other PANDUIT offerings allowing installations to service an entire network infrastructure including the Main Distribution Frame and Intermediate Distribution Frame from the building demarcation point to the end user's network outlet.
Contractor shall be responsible for all power and electrical distribution from demarcation point (Secondary Power) to new system(s).
With the MSP-1GE, service providers now have a cost-effective, intelligent demarcation point for their customers when delivering Metro Ethernet-based business services.
Program Picks Up At the Demarcation Point - Where Most Providers' Service Ends