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 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.
SODALES will also develop a low-cost multi-technology demarcation point.
Contractor shall be responsible for all power and electrical distribution from demarcation point (Secondary Power) to new system(s).