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Network-network interface definition

What does Network-network interface mean?

Where two communications providers networks are interconnected, each must be able to understand the technical operation of the other in order for services to inter-operate across the interconnection boundary. The technical characteristics that allow for that understanding is the network-network interface. Each network must provide an interface at the point of connection and only where these interfaces are compatible will there be interoperability.

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