Verizon SES by Levone


									                                    Verizon SES for NJEDge.Net

To offer SES, Verizon will deploy switching equipment in central offices, interconnected by a fiber
backbone. Verizon network equipment is extended into the customer's premises as necessary to
make the connection to the customer's equipment. The only customer premises equipment
required is the cabling from the customer's Local Area Network (LAN) equipment to Verizon's
network interface device.

For 100M services, the customer interfaces should be hard-coded to the subscribed speed and
full duplex. For Gigabit Ethernet interfaces, negotiation must be enabled.

Connecting to the Verizon NID-

If you are selecting 100Mb UNI you will connect to the NID via an RJ-45 Cable

If you are selecting Gigabit UNI you will need one end of the cable to be an SC style connector to
connect to the Verizon NID.

Verizon's SES equipment on the customer's premises is regulated. The network interface device
is the LAN interface on the SES equipment. This equipment will be located in the wire closet
nearest the fiber riser conduit. The NID and fiber may be extended to a location beyond the wire
closet if desired.

Other key installation concerns - At the customer's premises, the customer must provide a
protected path for fiber inside the building from the main distribution frame to the location where
the service will be terminated. In addition, relay rack or wall space must be provided for mounting
of the network interface device. The network interface device mounts into a 19” or 23’’relay rack.
If NID is mounted in other than a 19”or 23’’ inch rack, the customer must provide mounting
adapters to adjust their frame to either a 19" or 23" mounting space

Verizon's SES equipment at the customer premises must be on conditioned power circuits (surge
protected). The customer must provide power and surge protection, otherwise the customer will
be responsible for any damage to the equipment due to power problems. Less than 50 watts is
required at 110 VAC. Verizon recommends the use of an uninterrupted power supply (UPS) for
this equipment.

The customer must provide access and a point of contact that is knowledgeable and reachable to
interface with Verizon personnel to perform services at all sites. Failure to provide a good point of
contact may delay installation or maintenance of a circuit. In addition, Verizon requires a secure
environment for the network interface equipment.

Prior to installation, you will be required to provide a path and conduit for all fiber facilities within your
building. In addition, you will need to provide a suitable mounting space and protected AC power for
the network interface device
Verizon will coordinate all installation activities, including contacting you for an installation
appointment, dispatching installation crews to the field, and activating ports in the network.

Network Traffic - As a matter of logic traffic can only flow one way, which is to the upstream
neighbor the 6509 at Halsey or to the 6509 at the southern location. Verizon will assign a vlan to
each end of the connection.

Each 6509 will make the decision whether it is member to member, Internet or Internet2 traffic
based on the destination address an thus forward the traffic.

All traffic marked as PD will be sent thru the PD queue as best effort will flow as normal.

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