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Definitions of Backhauling

The core network, the central part of a telecommunication network that provides various services to customers who are connected by the access network; or backbone network, a part of computer network i...

The core network, the central part of a telecommunication network that provides various services to customers who are connected by the access network; or backbone network, a part of computer network infrastructure that interconnects various pieces of network, providing a path for the exchange of information between different LANs or subnetworks; and the small subnetwork at the “edge” of the entire hierarchical network. That is, in a hierarchical telecommunications network, a collection of terminals, links and nodes which connect to enable communication between sets of the terminals.
In contrast pertaining to such networks, backhaul is the obligation to carry packets to and from that global network. A non-technical business definition of “backhaul” is the commercial wholesale bandwidth provider who offers Quality of service (QOS)--several related aspects of telephony and computer networks that allow the transport of taffic with special requirements--guarantees to the retailer. It appears most often in telecommunications trade literature in this sense, whereby the backhaul connection is defined not technically but by who operates and manages it, and who takes legal; responsibility for the connection or uptime (a measure of the time a machine has been up without any downtime) to the Internet or 3G/4G network.

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