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How does DCN support my network?
DCN has a state-of-the-art network operations center (NOC) located in Bismarck, ND. The NOC is staffed by highly skilled technicians on duty 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Customer networks are proactively monitored to detect and resolve problems.
I have a branch office in Phoenix, Arizona. How can DCN connect to my out-of-state location?
DCN has established Network to Network Interface (NNI) connections with multiple regional and national carriers. As a result, you can extend your network anywhere in the country or the world. DCN will still be your single point of contact for ordering, troubleshooting and billing issues.
If I have network problems, do I call DCN or my local service provider?
The DCN Network Operations Center (NOC) is your only contact for reporting service issues. Call 800-296-5956 any time, any day of the year.
If multiple service providers are involved in delivering my circuit, can I still get a single bill from DCN?
DCN is your single point of contact for all work: quoting, ordering, provisioning, repairing, and billing.
What do you mean by saying DCN has redundant internet access?
DCN connects to several Tier 1 providers in both Bismarck and Fargo via direct fiber. Should the Tier 1 providers in Bismarck suffer a service outage, DCN automatically reroutes Internet traffic across its fiber ring to the Fargo providers. Internet traffic is rerouted and there is typically little-to-no noticeable downtime.