ESInet (Emergency Services IP Network)

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An ESInet is a managed IP network that is used for emergency services communications, and which can be shared by all public safety agencies. It provides the IP transport infrastructure upon which independent application platforms and core services can be deployed, including, but not restricted to, those necessary for providing NG9‑1‑1 services. ESInets may be constructed from a mix of dedicated and shared facilities. ESInets may be interconnected at local, regional, state, federal, national and international levels to form an IP-based inter-network (network of networks). The term ESInet designates the network, not the services that ride on the network. See NGCS (Next Generation Core Services).

Relevant NENA Documents

NENA 08-506 NENA Emergency Services IP Network Design for NG9-1-1 (NID)