Definitions for "Basic Rate Interface"
Keywords:  bri, isdn, kbit, bearer, pri
One of two levels of ISDN service. The BRI provides two bearer channels for voice and data and one channel for signaling (commonly expressed as 2B+D). See also Primary Rate Interface (PRI).
This is an ISDN interface that has two B (bearer) channels that carry voice or data and one 16 Kbps D (data) channel. Also called Basic Rate Access (BRA).
The ISDN standard governing how a customer's desktop terminals and telephones can be connected to an ISDN switch. The BRA is an ISDN standardised access offering two B Channels (64 kbits) for voice or data transmission and one D Channel for Signaling (16 kbits/s) according to the ITU-T Standard Rec. I.430.
Keywords:  bastion, host
Keywords:  above, access, rate, see
See Basic Rate Access (above)