Terminal Box


A NAP terminal box, also known as a Network Access Point terminal box, is a specialized enclosure used in telecommunications networks to provide access points for connecting customer premises equipment (CPE) to the network infrastructure. It serves as a termination point where the network cables from the service provider are connected and distributed to individual customer connections. NAP terminal boxes typically feature multiple ports or compartments to accommodate the termination and distribution of network cables, enabling efficient and organized connectivity for various customer devices. These boxes are commonly used in residential or commercial settings to facilitate the delivery of telecommunications services to end-users.


The LCP in a typical FTTH network is the point at which passive optical splitters share the signals from feeder fibers with multiple subscribers via individual distribution fibers.