Demarcation points are network spots that connect the inside infrastructure to the outside world. They are usually found in central locations of the network and they can connect the following:
- A WAN connection
- An Internet connection
Demarcation points are present not only in enterprise environments but also in small networks or even residential locations (e.g., spots that connect the TV, the telephone, and the ISP).
In enterprise environments, demarcation points are usually placed in the main data center, as they need to have a close connection to the main network devices. This can . . .
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