MDF Jumpering side A to Side B
This service is when your ISP connects your internet to side A of the MDF but doesn’t connect side B.
It’s common for ISP’s to not connect to side B as sometimes customer lines aren’t tagged so there is no way to identify your unit or apartment.
This service is the same process as MDF Jumpering, an IDF is an intermediary point of connection between the MDF & your socket(s). This is usually found in very large apartment buildings or offices inside a communications room or cupboards in corridors and hallways.
This service is the same process as IDF Jumpering, an RDF is an intermediary point of connection between the IDF & your socket(s). Sometimes building developers install what I call a Room Distributer Frame – its usually inside a cupboard or low down recessed on a plaster wall near entry of unit or apartment.