MLLN and non-MLLN

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Managed Leased Line Network
MLLN
OFC
Optical Fiber Cable
I want to know what is the main difference between MLLN and non-MLLN circuits. Also, can MLLN circuit be transmitted through OFC? If yes, what are the advantages of OFC.
ASKED: August 20, 2008  7:05 AM
UPDATED: November 25, 2011  9:07 AM

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Hi vijay,

As u expressed the doubt regarding MLLN and NON-MLLN first let me explain about the working of those two circuits.MLLN mean MANAGEABLE LEASED LINE NETWORK where at both ends and at ISP end should have ISP based modems and any link down issue responsibility is completely upto ISP,they have to resolve the line issue watever it is..NON-MLLN mean NON-MANAGEABLE LEASED LINE NETWORK where both ends and ISP end should have ourself provided modems and most of the line issues will take responsibility by concern ISP and some complicated line issues have to resolve by us by physically presence at the problem end..

coming to fusability of MLLN circuits to OFC..we can do so if we having one end MLLN modem by ISP and STM-1 or higher interface at other end ( or ) both sides STM-1 interface…in that case ISP will install a STM-1 base mux at end where we using STM-1 interfaces…

I said all these as per my knowledge and not may quite sure

With thanks and Regards,
$w@roop
swaroop.nic@sify.com

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    what is non mlln data circuits 
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