Ethernet Transport Service (ETS) is a switched Ethernet service that enables you to use Ethernet Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) technology to transport traffic among two or more disparate metro or rural locations as if they were part of the same LAN. Independents uses industry standard native interfaces for Ethernet and IP-based networks, so you can transport data without protocol conversion or special equipment. Independents’ Ethernet Transport Service (ETS) offering provides scalable bandwidth, which means that you can select from numerous increments to match your bandwidth requirements.
Service is available in Layer 1 Line Rate speeds from 5 Mbps to 10 Gbps, with options for redundancy, as well as real-time service and other network performance choices. In addition, the service includes flexible configuration options to meet various network needs.
Ethernet Transport Service (ETS) TS via fiber or copper customer facing physical interfaces, over a switched Ethernet-over-Fiber core network. You choose from three configurations: point-to-point (between two Ports); point-to-multipoint (hub-and-spoke design with virtual connections to remote sites); or multipoint-to-multipoint (three or more ports in any-to-any connectivity).
Port connections are available at 100 Mbps, 1,000 Mbps (1 Gbps), 10,000 Mbps (10 Gbps), 100 Gbps and 200 Gbps. For these speeds, we offer various Committed Information Rates (CIRs) to meet your bandwidth needs. After we connect your ports to our switched Ethernet network, we can link them via point-to-point arrangement or, for three or more ports, use a multipoint arrangement.
Service Ports can be ordered in an Untagged UNI-based configuration or Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) Tagged NNI/Hub-based configuration. Port-based service sends data to EVC ports regardless of VLAN tags, while VLAN-based service routes Ethernet frames according to VLAN instructions. Service Capacity is only provided in a synchronous, Service Capacity x Service Capacity (10 Mbps x 10Mbps) configuration.
Ethernet Transport Service (ETS) will be offered with throughput thresholds based on the service configuration provided to the customer. Service availability and performance is subject to technical limitations and available facilities. All service designs will be verified prior to order to help ensure correct provisioning and maintenance.
Ethernet Transport Service (ETS) is a switched Ethernet service that enables you to use Ethernet Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) technology to transport traffic among two or more disparate metro or rural locations as if they were part of the same LAN.
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