Common Language Location Identifier (CLLI definition

Common Language Location Identifier (CLLI means the codes that provide a unique eleven (11) character representation of a network interconnection point. The first eight (8) characters identify the city, state and building location, while the last three (3) characters identify the network component.
Common Language Location Identifier (CLLI means the codes that provide a unique 11-character representation of a network interconnection point. The first 8 characters identify the city, state and building location, while the last three (3) characters identify the network component.

Examples of Common Language Location Identifier (CLLI in a sentence

  • When requesting Type 1 or Type 2 Paging Connection Service, Paging Provider shall specify on the Wireless Service Request: 1) the type and number of channels and channel facilities; 2) the Common Language Location Identifier (CLLI) codes associated with the POC and the Qwest Tandem or End Office; 3) and when applicable, the Wire Center where the traffic aggregation is performed.

  • Each Party is responsible for obtaining Local Exchange Routing Guide (“LERG”) listings of Common Language Location Identifier (CLLI) codes assigned to its switches.

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