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Introduction to E2A

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E2A stands for E-Telemetry Alarm Surveillance Protocol. Today, it is considered a legacy monitoring protocol.

What is E2A?

E2A was developed in the 1960's by a major long-distance carrier to to facilitate network monitoring for large organizations. E2A is the most advanced version of the original E1 protocol. E2A was a dramatic advance from protocols, such as TBOS, which were deployed in that timeframe.

E2A was one of the very first telecom monitoring protocols, and it is still used today by many Regional Bell Operating Companies (RBOCs) and other organizations in the telecommunications industry. E2A is:

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