Transit Traffic definition

Transit Traffic means traffic originating on CLEC’s network that is switched and transported by AT&T-TSP and delivered to a Third Party Terminating Carrier’s network or traffic from a Third Party Originating Carrier’s network. A call that is originated or terminated by a CLEC purchasing local switching pursuant to a commercial agreement with AT&T-TSP is not considered Transit Traffic for the purposes of this Attachment. Additionally Transit Traffic does not include traffic to/from IXCs.
Transit Traffic means Local Traffic or ISP-Bound Traffic that originated on one Party’s network, transited through the other Party’s network, and terminated to a third party Telecommunications Carrier’s network or that is originated on a third party Telecommunications Carrier’s network, transited through a Party’s network, and terminated to the other Party’s network.
Transit Traffic means any traffic that originates from or terminates at Covad's network, "transits" BA's network substantially unchanged, and terminates to or originates from a third carrier's network, as the case may be. "Transit Traffic Service" provides Covad with the ability to use its connection to a BA Tandem for the delivery of calls which originate or terminate with Covad and terminate to or originate from a carrier other than BA, such as another CLEC, a LEC other than BA, or a wireless carrier. In these cases, neither the originating nor terminating Customer is a Customer of BA. This service is provided through BA's Tandems and applies only where the terminating End Office of the third carrier subtends the BA Tandem. "Transit Traffic" and "Transit Traffic Service" do not include or apply to traffic that is subject to an effective Meet-Point Billing arrangement.

Examples of Transit Traffic in a sentence

  • Each Party acknowledges that the transiting Party does not have any responsibility to pay any third- party Telecommunications Carrier charges for termination of any identifiable Transit Traffic from the originating Party.

  • Notwithstanding any other provision to the contrary, once the Transit Traffic volume between CLEC and third party carrier, which is transited by Sprint, exceeds a DS1 equivalent of traffic for a ninety (90) day period, Sprint will no longer provide transit service and CLEC must establish a direct interconnection with the third party for the exchange of such traffic.

  • Transit Traffic means the delivery of traffic by Level 3 or Embarq originated by the end user of one Party and terminated to a third party LEC, ILEC, or CMRS provider over the interconnection trunks.

  • TRANSIT TRAFFIC67.1 Transit Service terms in this Agreement are for the delivery of Transit Traffic.

  • CLEC agrees not to route Transit Traffic to a non-Embarq tandem (i.e., double tandem indirect traffic) where the NPA-NXX of the number called is rated within Embarq’s tandem serving area.


More Definitions of Transit Traffic

Transit Traffic and "Transit Traffic Service" do not include or apply to traffic that is subject to an effective Meet-Point Billing arrangement.
Transit Traffic means Local Traffic or ISP-Bound Traffic that is routed by a CLEC through CenturyLink’s network for delivery to a third party Telecommunications Carrier’s network or that is routed by a third party Telecommunications Carrier through CenturyLink’s network for delivery to CLEC’s network. 1.118. “Virtual Collocation” is as defined in 47 CFR §51.5.
Transit Traffic means Telephone Exchange Service traffic that originates on Level 3’s network, and is transported through a BA Tandem to the Central Office of a CLEC, ITC, Commercial Mobile Radio Service (“CMRS”) carrier, or other LEC, that subtends the relevant BA Tandem to which Level 3 delivers such traffic. Subtending Central Offices shall be determined in accordance with and as identified in the Local Exchange Routing Guide (“LERG”). Switched Exchange Access Service traffic is not Tandem Transit Traffic.
Transit Traffic means Local Traffic or ISP-Bound Traffic that originated on CLEC’s network, transited through Embarq’s network, and terminated to a third party Telecommunications Carrier’s network or that is originated on a third party Telecommunications Carrier’s network, transited through Embarq, and terminated to CLEC’s network. 1.118. “Virtual Collocation” is as defined in 47 CFR §51.5.
Transit Traffic. Means traffic that is routed by CLEC through CenturyLink’s network for delivery to another carrier’s network or that is routed by another carrier through CenturyLink’s network for delivery to CLEC’s network. For purposes of this Agreement, Transit Traffic does not include Jointly Provided Switched Access Traffic.
Transit Traffic means traffic that is originated by Carrier, transited through CenturyLink, and terminated to a third party Telecommunications Carrier’s network, or originated on a third party Telecommunications Carrier’s network, transited through CenturyLink, and terminated on Carrier’s network.