Alternate Traffic Routing Sample Clauses

Alternate Traffic Routing. If CLEC has a LIS arrangement which provides two (2) paths to a Qwest End Office Switch (one (1) route via a Tandem Switch and one (1) direct route), CLEC may elect to utilize alternate traffic routing. CLEC traffic will be offered first to the direct trunk group (also referred to as the "primary high" route) and then overflow to the Tandem Switch group (also referred to as the "alternate final" route) for completion to Qwest End Office Switches.
Alternate Traffic Routing. If CLEC has an Interconnection trunk arrangement which provides two (2) paths to a Qwest end office (one (1) Route via a tandem and one (1) direct Route), CLEC may elect to utilize alternate traffic routing. CLEC traffic will be offered first to the direct trunk group (also referred to as the “primary high” Route) and then overflow to the tandem group (also referred to as the “alternate final” or “intermediate high” Route) for completion to Qwest end offices. The Parties will work cooperatively to develop and deploy additional alternate routing arrangements (e.g., intermediate high trunk groups) to resolve unusual traffic issues.
Alternate Traffic Routing. If CLEC has a LIS arrangement which provides two (2) paths to a Qwest end office (one (1) route via a tandem and one
Alternate Traffic Routing. If VZW has a WIS arrangement which provides two (2) paths to a Qwest End Office Switch (one (1) route via a Tandem Switch and one

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