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Even the traditional model, however, involves a certain amount of operational outsourcing when the customer does not operate their own wide area links. When multiple sites interconnect, the wide area transmission facilities among the sites are assumed to be under the control of a service provider. In other words, there is an administrative boundary between the customer and provider. Some technologies, such as asynchronous transfer mode (ATM), can be used both within and between sites, so it proves more useful to distinguish between site and wide area services with respect to administrative models rather than technologies.
25 proper was a protocol family for access to the provider edge, and was not intended for internal provider use. 75 protocol implemented interprovider connectivity. The network, not the end hosts, was responsible for retransmission. 25 and IP networks “packet switching,” the internals of provider networks were quite different. 25 was intended to deal with the speed, delay, and error performance characteristics of analog transmission systems. 25 in special cases, such as high-frequency radio or telephone systems in developing countries, where these performance characteristics still apply.