Typically, Co-locations have restrictive access requirements for carriers. Some require the name of the technician and the time of day that they will arrive. Be advised that these restrictions are not compliant with standard carrier installations and can cause delays and rework for DTCC if not properly planned. It is the responsibility of the customer to obtain detailed information from the carrier or work around the Co-locations restrictions with the Co-location account manager.
In addition, carriers do not issue LOA/CFA for circuits installed. The demark is provided to DTCC in standard carrier form from the carrier. DTCC will create the LOA/CFA and provide to the customer. The customer will then provide the LOA/CFA to the in house vendor who will cross connect from the demark to the customer's point-of-presence at any co-location, including private premises.
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