Service Demarcation

Ethernet demarcation device (EDD) or Network interface device (NID) are interchangeable terms used to describe a device that acts as the boundary point where the network operators service ends and the customers begins.

CT-FRM220-MX210
10/100/1000BaseT + 3 100/1000/2500BaseX and 100/1000BaseX L2 carrier switch (EDD)
NE-LIB304
4 Port Gigabit Ethernet NID with copper and fibre interfaces
NE-LIB306
6 Port Gigabit Ethernet NID with copper and fibre interfaces
NE-LIB-305-LTE
Gigabit Ethernet NID with 4G/LTE
CT-MSW-4204S
2x GbE/RJ45, 2x 1G/2.5G RJ45, 2x 10G/SFP, L2, Carrier Switch with SyncE
CT-MSW-4204
2x GbE/RJ45 + 2x 1G/2.5G, RJ45 + 2x 10G/SFP+ L2+ Carrier Ethernet Switch
CT-MSW-404
4x GbE/RJ45 + 4x 1G/SFP L2+ Carrier Ethernet Switch (NID)
CT-MSW-202
2x GbE/RJ45 + 2x Dual Rate SFP L2+ Carrier Ethernet Switch (EDD)
CT-MSW-202A
2x GbE/RJ45 + 2x 1G/SFP L2+ Carrier Ethernet Switch (EDD)
NE-CE-225N
MEF 2.0 compliant NID with Circuit Emulation Services