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Revised 3/27/07 IST CORE SYSTEMS & TECHNOLOGIES QUICK REFERENCE SHEET Term Meaning Short Description MDF Main Distribution Facility Main telco room for facility. Room where all cabling, telephone and data components reside and feed floors above. IDF Intermediate Distribution Facility Telco room on each floor that distributes facilities (voice & data) to the desktop. Connects back to the MDF. VEF Vault Entrance Facility Main telco room where leased facilities are fed into from the street. DID Direct Inward Dialing Type of line used in a PBX DOD Direct Outward Dialing Type of line used in a PBX Quad Station wiring and faceplate 4-port voice/data connectivity (single-gang box w/ 1” stub-up unless requested otherwise). Single Wall Phone Outlet Cabling for Wall Phone Install one cable for a wall phone CAT 5 Category 5 Cabling Voice & network cabling approved up to 155 MB ATM speeds CAT 6 Category 6 Cabling Voice & network cabling approved up to 1000 MB Ethernet speeds SM Single-Mode Fiber Used for connecting network components over long distances MM Multi-Mode Fiber Used for connecting network components over short distances CO Central Office Telephone Company Service Facility KSU Key System Unit Small phone system PBX Private Branch Exchange Self contained CO. Owned and operated by the Telecomm dept. Allows set up of digital and analog lines with minimal interaction from Telephone Company. Centrex Central Branch Exchange Telephone number provided via a pair of copper from a Telephone Company CO. Segment IP Address range on a Network Can support approximately 250 network devices Data Switch Network hardware Allows multiple PC connections to talk to the network.Revised 3/27/07 Voice Switch Phone System Allows voice connection between MDF and Telephone Company services. Router Network hardware Acts as a traffic cop allowing network traffic to route between network segments and out to the internet. IP Address Internet Protocol Unique address designated to a network component that determines the segment it resides on. J-Hooks Independently mounted hooks utilized for quad-cable management and support in ceilings. Products 3524 Data switch 24 port data switch 3550 Data switch 48-port data switch 6500 Data switch Large Data switch that may provide additional services. 7500 Router Large Router 1720 Router Small Router used in remote offices 2900 Switch Small data switch Riser Also referred to as “Homerun” Cabling that runs between the IDF and the MDF. It maybe fiber or copper. Horizontal Also referred to as station or “quad” cabling Cabling between the IDF and the desktop ATM Asynchronous Transfer Mode High Speed network connection with Quality of Service attributes. Required for video and IP voice. Ethernet Standard 10/100 network connection 10 or 100 Megabyte network connection Gigabyte High Speed network connection 1000 Megabyte network connection used to connect IDF’s to MDF’s for network connections. T1 24-channel high-speed line used for voice and/or data. BRI Basic Rate Interface Low-speed line used for voice, video and /or data. PRI Primary Rate Interface High-speed line used for voice, video and /or data. POTS Plain Old Telephone Service Telephone line with no special features. Receives and sends phone calls. Ground Start Trunk Phone Line Phone line that uses a groundRevised 3/27/07 instead of a short to signal central office for dial tone. Analog Type of Telephone Line Typically used for fax and modem Digital Type of Telephone Line Typically used for PBX/KSU telephone set Wireless Base Station Access Point Access point connected to the network via an Ethernet port. Option 11 PBX System Small System Option 61 PBX System Mid System Option 81 PBX System Large System Fiber Remote Remote PBX system Used to connect remote buildings to a larger PBX system Wall Field Station Panels Red, White, Blue and Yellow iconed panels in IDF’s 48 port panels on which Horizontal cable is terminated. Voice Panels -Red – voice -Miscellaneous voice Installed in IDF. Where telephone #’s and their locations are cross-connected. Data Panels Installed in IDF. Where data connections are cross-connected. Cross Connect Patch Cabling Patch and/ connect one type of cabling to another Wire Management Any type of cable tray, hooks or brackets utilized for cable runs. Miscellaneous SDS System Design Specialist Voice system designer. Conducts interview with customer to determine telephone needs.Revised 3/27/07 REQUIRED SPECIFICATIONS VEF • Space should be preferably 64 sq. feet. Room needs to be close to square I.E 8’ x 8’. This is an estimate. The building may require a larger size. • Plumbing and un-related telecommunications piping and cabling should not “pass through” or terminate in the VEF. This includes gas lines, water pipes, drain pipes, air conditioning pipes and heat exchangers unless they are directly servicing the VEF. • The VEF should not be used as a pathway for any electric cabling, besides that which is servicing the MDF. • This space should be adjacent to the MDF. • If installed within MDF room, 100 pair copper tie cable between Verizon facilities and riser cable wall field must be installed by contractor. • A minimum of 2, 4” conduit required from manhole for facilities. • If adjacent to the MDF, a minimum of 2, 4” conduit required between rooms. • Card Swipe on the door. Power Requirements • All power needs to be isolated ground, dedicated circuits on emergency power. • This room typically needs two (2) 220v 30 amp circuits with Hubble twist lock plugs, typically NEMA L6-30. This can change with individual engineering design provided by Verizon for each building. • Room should have some un-conditioned “dirty” 120 volt 20 amp circuit for convenience. • Isolated ground bar, terminated on building steel. HVAC • Room should be equipped with either a send or return vent off of the building HVAC system and the average temperature should be kept between 65-70 degrees year round. MDF • Space minimum of 200 sq. feet. Preferably 400 sq. feet. Room needs to be close to square I.E 14’ x 15’. This is an estimate. The building may require a larger size. • A basic workstation (5’x3’) and chair with castors is required in the MDF room. Final installation location to be determined by IST/CST after


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