Operations, Administration, Management & Provisioning - Extension to Generic Network Model for Interfaces Between Operations Systems and Network Elements to Support Configuration Management - Analog and Narrowband ISDN Customer Service Provisioning
|Publication Date:||1 June 2011|
This standard is one of a series of standards that specify interface requirements for the interface between Operations Systems (OSs) and Network Elements (NEs). It describes a Customer Service Provisioning information model (object model and related Operations, Administration, Maintenance, and Provisioning [OAM&P] services) needed to configure analog and narrowband ISDN network service offerings for subscribers. This standard specializes and extends the ITU configuration model standards Q.824.0 to Q.824.2 to meet North American needs. This version contains a set of managed object classes applicable to all services and a specific subset of managed object classes, their attributes, and associated services to support provisioning of analog and narrowband ISDN switched services. Subsequent standards will address other aspects of configuration management.
The customer of a network service provider is that person or entity that leases or purchases a telecommunications service for personal/business needs. This telecommunications service may be described by a tariff or may be negotiated as a contract or sales agreement that represents the customer's requirements. The telecommunications service may be offered using different resources and configurations or different services may be offered using the same resources and configurations. That is, tariffs apply to the delivery of telecommunications services, not to the resources that deliver those services. The purpose of this standard is to provide an information model that allows the Telecommunications Management Network (TMN) to configure customer telecommunications services in the NEs independent of the resources used to provide those services or the configuration of those resources.