A device that terminates copper pair from the serving central office at the user's destination and which is typically located outside that location.
A device that terminates a copper pair from the serving central office to the user's destination. The NID is typically found installed on the exterior premises of the destination location.
Generally an ADSL term, a NID is the interface between the local loop connection to a DSLAM in a Telco Central Office and the customer premise POTS and 10Base-T Ethernet (or other) local computer connection.
1. The equipment at the Rate Demarcation Point on an end user's premises at which a telephone company's responsibility for the provision of services ends. The NID is the point of demarcation between the loop and an end user's inside wire, which grounds the unbundled loop. 2. A Verizon Wholesale Service that enables a Local Service Provider (LSP) to be connected to the Verizon NID to provide a connection to a LSP's end user's inside wire. Learn more.
The point of interconnection between Telephone Company communications facilities and terminal equipment, protective apparatus or wiring at a subscriberÂ's premises.
The interconnection point between telecommunications company communications facilities and those of the customer.
A device that terminates copper pair from the central office at the user's destination. Usually the "demarcation between the telephone companies equipment, and the users equipment.
In telecommunications, the term network interface device (NID) is interchangeable with network interface unit (NIU)