The average time between a component's failures.
The average time required to repair or replace a specific faulty component.
A globally unique 48-bit address assigned to a network interface card.
The server hardware used by Cisco CallManager servers.
A gateway control protocol that stores call-forwarding intelligence in a centralized call agent, such as a Cisco CallManager.
A Cisco software application that supports audio and video conferencing, in addition to web collaboration.
A high-speed network servicing a large metropolitan area, which typically uses fiber optics to interconnect sites.
The physical pieces of hardware making up an MGCP network.
The logical pieces of an MGCP network.
An inline patch panel that provides power to IP phones over the non-Ethernet wires.
A grouping of 16 standard E1 frames.
Combines one or more physical PPP links into a single logical link.