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  1. [telecommunications] The point of demarcation where the provider's network (and responsibility) ends and that of the customer begins.

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Google previewCCNA Cisco Certified Network Associate Deluxe Study Guide (2011)

by Todd Lammle

time, the demarc is a jack that has an RJ-45 (8-pin modular) female connector located in a telecommunications closet. Actually, you may already have heard of demarcs. If you've 754 Chapter 16 N Wide Area Networks Cabling the Serial ...

Google previewCompTIA Network+ Certification Study Guide: Exam N10-004 (2009)

Exam N10-004 2E by Robert Shimonski, Naomi Alpern, Michael Cross, Dustin L. Fritz, Mohan Krishnamurthy, Scott Sweitzer

Demarc. Demarc is a term used to describe where the providers equipment ends and the private network begins. It is also referred to as the ...

Google previewCisco CCENT ICND1 100-101 (2013)

by Eric Rivard

The demarc is a point where the CPE ends and the local ...

Google previewCCNA Routing and Switching 200-120 Flash Cards and Exam Practice Pack (2013)

by Eric Rivard

The demarc is a point where the CPE ends and the local ...

Google preview4 in 1: The Complete One-Week Preparation for the CISCO CCENT/CCNA ICND1 Exam 640-822 with Three CISCO Simulated Exams A Certification Guide Based over 2160 Sample Questions and Answers with Comprehensive Explanations Third Edition (Dec 2010) (2010)

by Thaar AL_Taiey, 1st

The CSU/DSU plugs into a demarcation location (demarc) and is the service provider's last responsibility. Demarc is a jack that has an RJ-48 female connector located in a telecommunications closet. Note: When a problem occurs, usually ...

Google previewEleventh Hour Network+ (2009)

Exam N10-004 Study Guide by Naomi Alpern

Demarc is a term used to describe where the provider's equipment ends and the private network begins. It is also referred to as the “termination” point of telecommunications from telephone companies inside a facility or building. Demarc ...

Google previewTCP/IP and Distributed System (2006)

by Vivek Acharya

Demarc is a term used to describe the location where the subscriber wiring responsibility ends and the telephone company's responsibility begins. B. ISA cards may be either 8 or 16 bit and will fit in either a 16-or an EISA 32-bit slot. A. B 8: ...

Google previewFiber Optics Standard Dictionary (2012)

by Martin Weik

demarc: Synonym demarcation point. demarcation point: In a communications system, the point (a) at which operational control or ownership ...

Google previewNetwork Dictionary (2007)

by Javvin Www Networkdictionary Com, Jielin Dong

Networking Demarcation point (Demarc), also known as Point of Demarcation ( POD), is the network point or joint at which the public network of a telecommunications company ends and the private network of a customer begins . For example ...

Google previewLinux Dictionary

by Binh Nguyen

html DEMARC Distributed Enterprise Management ARChitecture (Banyan, VINES), "DeMarc" From VERA http://www.tldp.org/LDP/Linux−Dictionary/html/ index.html ...

Google previewDepartment of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms (2011)

As Amended Through April 2010 by Barry Leonard

Retrieval and Analysis System DeCA Defense Commissary Agency DECL declassify DEFCON defense readiness condition DEFSMAC Defense Special Missile and Aerospace Center DEL deployable equipment list DEMARC demarcation ...

Google previewEncyclopedia Of Information Technology (2007)

by Atlantic

DELNI - Digital's ethernet local network interconnect demarc The product offered by DEC that allows up to eight active devices to be connected to a single Ethernet transceiver. The DELNI can be used as a stand-alone device to create a small ...

Google previewConcise Dictionary of Engineering (2014)

A Guide to the Language of Engineering by Ron Hanifan

Demarcation Point (DEMARC) That point at which operational control or ownership changes from one organizational entity to another. Demodulation The process wherein a signal resulting from previous modulation is processed to derive a ...

Google previewDictionary of Military Terms and Acronyms (2011)

by Us Department Of Defense

Retrieval and Analysis System DeCA Defense Commissary Agency DEFCON defense readiness condition DEFSMAC Defense Special Missile and Aerospace Center DEL deployable equipment list DEMARC demarcation de max maximum ...

Google previewCommunications Standard Dictionary (2012)

by Martin Weik

demarc: Synonym demarcation point. demarcation point: In a communications system, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the English Language: in which the Words are Deduced from Their Originals (1837)

Explained in Their Different Meanings, and Authorized by the Names of the Writers in Whose Works They are Found ... Abridged from the Rev. H.J. Todd's Corrected and Enlarged Quarto Edition by Samuel Johnson

- DEMARC.41TION. a. s. [Fr.] Division; separation of territory. Burke. DEMARCH. n. s. [demarche, old Fr.] Gait; march ; walk. London Journal.

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