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Friends what is Synchronization Node?
Jacoby 28-September-2007 04:10:12 PM

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Definition of Synchronization Node in the list of acronyms and abbreviations provided by the Free Online Dictionary and Thesaurus.
Posted by waqasahmad


Synchronization Node is basically consists of an SSU and all co-located SEC's directly synchronised from that SSU.
Posted by HamidAliKhan


SN basically consists of SSU and the path from a network node to its active clock source only contains trunks that pass clock synchronization.
Posted by sagitraz


A Synchronisation node consists of an SSU and all co-located SEC's directly synchronised from that SSU.
Posted by manuel

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