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The Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) defines demarcation as, “That point at which operational control or ownership of communications facilities changes from one organizational entity to another. The demarcation point is usually the interface point between customer-premises equipment and external network service provider equipment.
In communications networks of the past, this meant a box on the outside of a home/business. While that still holds true, the practical definition of a demarcation point is much broader. In addition, the functions that take place in a demarcation application are much more extensive. Connectivity of circuits, testing and monitoring capabilities, power distribution and more are all part of demarcation applications.
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