troncal de entrada

English translation: access backbone

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Spanish term or phrase:troncal de entrada
English translation:access backbone
Entered by: Lia Fail (X)

04:55 Jan 21, 2001
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
Spanish term or phrase: troncal de entrada
and "troncal de ingreso".
In a text on the portability of telephone numbers.
Thanking you in advance,
Linebyline
United Kingdom
Local time: 20:27
access/entry backbone OR posibly, backbone access
Explanation:
1.
Elección del Troncal (Backbone)

I found this ref via an indirect reference in this page which has a glossary, which I can't locate:

http://www.google.com/search?q=cache:www.ispjae.cu/gicer/Bol...

2.
I then happened on ebone & mbone (see below) and this is where I got the lead to backbone:

backbone
The top level in a hierarchical network. Stub and transit networks which connect to the same backbone are guaranteed to be interconnected. See also: stub network, transit network.

Ebone
A pan-European backbone service.

mbone
The Multicast Backbone is based on IP multicasting using class-D addresses. The mbone concept was adopted at the March 1992 IETF in San Diego, during which it was used to audiocast to 40 people throughout the world. At the following meeting, in Cambridge, the name mbone was adopted. Since then the audiocast has become full two-way audio/video conferencing using two video channels, four audio channels, and involving hundreds of remote users. See also: multicast, Internet Engineering Task Force.

3.
SEE this use of backbone:

Ericsson's broadband system is flexible and can be adapted to meet the
operators' or service providers' needs. Its patented ATM Pipe Switch
architecture allows the system to be configured for a number of
different applications, including backbone switching, access switching
and multiplexing.

http://www.google.com/search?q=cache:hyperarchive.lcs.mit.ed...

4.
There are over 500,000 references to backbone access:

http://www.google.com/search?q= backbone access&hl=en&lr=&sa...
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Lia Fail (X)
Spain
Local time: 21:27
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Thanks very much for your very helpful answer.
Jo
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Summary of answers provided
naentry trunkline
Parrot
naaccess/entry backbone OR posibly, backbone access
Lia Fail (X)
naEntry trunk or main trunk, if referring to communication channels
Luz Bordenkircher


  

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1 hr
Entry trunk or main trunk, if referring to communication channels


Explanation:
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Luz Bordenkircher
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4 hrs
access/entry backbone OR posibly, backbone access


Explanation:
1.
Elección del Troncal (Backbone)

I found this ref via an indirect reference in this page which has a glossary, which I can't locate:

http://www.google.com/search?q=cache:www.ispjae.cu/gicer/Bol...

2.
I then happened on ebone & mbone (see below) and this is where I got the lead to backbone:

backbone
The top level in a hierarchical network. Stub and transit networks which connect to the same backbone are guaranteed to be interconnected. See also: stub network, transit network.

Ebone
A pan-European backbone service.

mbone
The Multicast Backbone is based on IP multicasting using class-D addresses. The mbone concept was adopted at the March 1992 IETF in San Diego, during which it was used to audiocast to 40 people throughout the world. At the following meeting, in Cambridge, the name mbone was adopted. Since then the audiocast has become full two-way audio/video conferencing using two video channels, four audio channels, and involving hundreds of remote users. See also: multicast, Internet Engineering Task Force.

3.
SEE this use of backbone:

Ericsson's broadband system is flexible and can be adapted to meet the
operators' or service providers' needs. Its patented ATM Pipe Switch
architecture allows the system to be configured for a number of
different applications, including backbone switching, access switching
and multiplexing.

http://www.google.com/search?q=cache:hyperarchive.lcs.mit.ed...

4.
There are over 500,000 references to backbone access:

http://www.google.com/search?q= backbone access&hl=en&lr=&sa...

Lia Fail (X)
Spain
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11 hrs
entry trunkline


Explanation:
From the International Telecommunications Union webpage
(www.itu.int):
El operador de servicio de valor añadido recibe una llamada en sus dos satélites E1 procedente de Comcel, con la correspondiente señalización en R2 que indica el 124 más el número telefónico internacional. Cuando llega a la central MMCS, se encamina por una línea troncal E1 de salida y la señalización se convierte a internacional R2.

I base the supposition on E1 and R2 type connections associated more with trunklines rather than backbones. However, on a higher (regional or national infrastructure) level on which technology types are involved (ATM, for example), we speak about backbone stations and backbone switches which involve the whole infrastructure.

I suggest consulting the ITU, which coordinates public and private telecommunications and has an on-line consultation service.

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