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Objective: Compare and contrast WAN technologies. Service type ISDN T1/T3 E1/E3 OC-3 - OC-192 DSL Metropolitan Ethernet Cable Broadband Dial-Up PRI Transmission Mediums Satellite Copper Fiber Wireless Characteristics of service MPLS ATM Frame Relay PPPoE PPP DMVPN SIP Trunk Termination Demarcation Point CSU/DSU Smart Jack WAN Services ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network) Delivered in two different ways BRI - Basic Rate Interface (2B+D) Two 64 kb/s bearer (B) channels One 16 kb/s signaling (D) channel PRI - Primary Rate Interface Delivered over a T1 or E1 T1 - 23B+D E1 - 30B + D + alarm channel Commonly used as connectivity from the PSTN to large phone systems (PBX) and radio/broadcasting services T1/E1 T-Carrier Level 1 Time-division multiplexing N. America, Japan, S. Korea 24 channels 64 kb/s per channel 1.544 Mb/s line rate
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  • Fall '19
  • T-carrier, Integrated Services Digital Network, synchronous optical network

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