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Diagramming Circuit ID's in Visio

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I'm trying to decipher the following grid of circuit ID's.
Or maybe I'm looking at something else?
Correct me if I'm wrong
HIPC is the phone system circuit ID?
20M eNet Port is the MPLS circuit ID?
What is 20M eNet access?
Is there a way to look at a circuit ID and determine what type of circuit it is?  (This used to be the case with Frame Relay)

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maybe someone else who has more experience with various ISPs can provide better info but from the few ISPs I've dealt with the circuit ID doesn't mean anything until you put it into the ISPs computer and it gives them the info on it.  Its like a VIN number is to a car.  simply to identify it to some database as the key field.
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