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PRODUCT: TeMIP Access Module for Ericsson AXE10 Wireline Switch

DESCRIPTION

SPD 70.51.00

TeMIP is a family of software products for the management of telecommunications and corporate networks, including fixed wire and mobile/cellular voice and data, multi-vendor, multi-technology networks. TeMIP V3.2 provides comprehensive off-the-shelf fault and trouble management functions such as Alarm Handling, Event Logging and Trouble Ticketing for telecommunications network management.

TeMIP supports the International Standards Organization (ISO) management standards ISO 10164-x and ISO 10165-x, and the OMNIpoint 1 standards as defined by NMF and T1M1. TeMIP and its features are applicable in the context of the International Telecommunication Union-Telecom Standard Sector (ITU-T) X.73x and Telecommunications Management Network (TMN) M.3010 and M.3100 Recommendations.

TeMIP gives network operators a global view of their networks, and enables them to activate management functions and operations from single or multiple workstations. TeMIP is built on top of the TeMIP Framework and fully benefits from the object oriented and truly distributed software architecture.

The TeMIP AXE10 Wireline Access Module (AM) provides an interface to the

Ericsson AXE10 Wireline switching system (Application System 26). This Access Module supports:

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Fault management capabilities: reception and processing of unsolicited alarm messages.

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Performance management capabilities: collection of performance parameters from an exchange pertaining to traffic management. (this refers to the "Performance Fragment" of ITU-T Q.823).

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Traffic management capabilities: put "Traffic Controls" into effect to manipulate the flow of calls through an exchange (this refers to the "Control Fragment" of ITU-T Q.823).

The TeMIP AXE10 Wireline AM can work, depending on the license installed, as a:

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Level 1 AM addressing Fault Management only.

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Level 2 AM addressing Fault and Performance Management.

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Level 3 AM addressing Fault, Performance and Traffic Management.

SOLUTION COMPONENTS

The AXE10 Wireline switch is directly interfaced to TeMIP by means of a combination of Management Modules:

. The RS232 Communication Server Access Module, responsible for establishing and maintaining the physical connection to the equipment. (As an alternative to the RS232 Communications Server, either the X.25 (SVC) or TCP (IP sockets)

Communications Servers could also be used).

. The AXE10 Wireline AM, responsible for the Information Model representing the management capabilities of the equipment as well as all associated semantic translations between its ASCII-based messaging interface and TeMIP data models.

INFORMATION MODEL OUTLINE

For Fault Management purposes the switch is modelled as 14 subsystems, which present a standard view of Wireline Switches, independent of technology. The subsystems are represented by the first level of child class and have just one instance each. This allows TMN managers to have a common view of different exchanges in a multi-vendor environment. The classes that show the specific hardware/software of the AXE10 are located below the subsystem level.

The switch itself is represented by the AXE10_WLN class, of which the 14 subsystems classes are children.

The meaning of each class is described in Table 1. The "AM Type" column shows for which AM level the corresponding class is supported

Table 1: AXE10_WLN Hierarchy Class Description (Fault Management)

Class

Child Class Child Class Description

Cardinality AM Type

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Accounting

Exchange accounting (billing) subsystem.

1

2, 3

Level 1,

CHS

Charging Subsystem. 2, 3

N

Level 1,

AnalogTrunk

Hardware parts related

1

Level 1,

to analog connections to other switches.

2, 3

Control

Call processor and all

1

Level 1,

Processor

other processors.

2, 3

CP

Central Processor.

N

Level 1,

RP

2, 3 Regional Processor. 2, 3

N

Level 1,

SP

Support Processor. 2, 3

N

Level 1,

 

LINK

Link Connection of

N

Level 1,

 

Support Processor.

2, 3

 

NODE

Node Connection of

N

Level 1,

 

Support Processor.

2, 3

DigitalTrunk

Hardware parts related to digital connections to other switches.

1

2, 3

Level 1,

DIP

Digital Path.

N

Level 1,

2, 3

SNT

Switching Network

N

Level 1,

Terminal.

2, 3

External

Alarms related to the

1

Level 1,

environment (fire, air conditioning, open door, fan).

2, 3

LineCircuit

Hardware parts related

1

Level 1,

to analog and digital subscriber connections.

2, 3

LSM

Line Switching Subsystem. N 2, 3

Level 1,

 

EM

Extension Module. 2, 3

N

Level 1,

SECOB

1

Level 1,

 

Special Equipment Coin Box Subsystem.

2, 3

Misc

Auxiliary hardware

1

Level 1,

responsible for: MFC/DTMF

 

2, 3

signalling, tone generation, test equipment, announcement machine, and so on.

 

DEV

Hardware devices. 2, 3

N

Level 1,

Peripheral

I/O equipment (disk,

1

Level 1,

printer, terminal, tape).

2, 3

ALI

Alarm Interface.

N

Level 1,

2, 3

IO

Input/Output device. 2, 3

N

Level 1,

LINK

Data Link Name.

N

Level 1,

2, 3

RemoteUnit

Hardware parts located

2, 3

1

Level 1,

outside the switch, but functionally dependent, to connect subscribers remotely.

RSS

Remote Subscriber System. N 2, 3

Level 1,

Route

Route logically

N

Level 1,

programmed in the switch.

 

2, 3

Signalling

Signalling Subsystem. 2, 3

1

Level 1,

LinkSet

Link Set of the Common

N

Level 1,

Channel Signalling #7 Subsystem (SS7).

2, 3

TSS

Trunk Signalling

1

Level 1,

Subsystem.

2, 3

 

Software

Alarms related to software.

1

2, 3

Level 1,

FMS

File Management

1

Level 1,

Subsystem.

2, 3

MCS

Man-Machine Communication N

Level 1,

Subsystem.

2, 3

OMS

Operation & Maintenance

1

Level 1,

Subsystem.

2, 3

STS

Statistical Traffic

N

Level 1,

 

Subsystem.

2, 3

Subscriber

Alarms logically related

1

Level 1,

to subscribers (except hardware alarms).

2, 3

SSS

Subscriber Switching

N

Level 1,

Subsystem.

2, 3

SUS

Subscriber Services

1

Level 1,

Subsystem.

2, 3

Switching

Hardware parts responsible 1

Level 1,

for call switching.

2, 3

For Performance and Traffic Management the switch Information Model is essentially based on the Performance and Traffic fragments of ITU-T Recommendation Q.823.

Table 2 below presents the AXE10 information model pertinent to Performance and TrafficManagement. The classes in the left-hand column are children of the switch class (AXE10_WLN).

Table 2: AXE10 Hierarchy Class Description (Performance and Traffic Management)

Class

Child

Child

AM Type

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Exchange_Current_Data

Level 2, 3

Exchange_History_Data

Level 2, 3

Route

Level 1, 2, 3

Route_Current_Data

Route_History_Data

Level 2, 3

Level 2, 3

Observed_Destination

Level 2, 3

Observed_Destination

Level 2, 3

_Current_Data

Observed_Destination

Level 2, 3

Processor

_History_Data

Level 2, 3

Processor_Current

Level 2, 3

_Data

Processor_History

Level 2, 3

_Data

Congestion_Level

Not supported in current AM

Threshold_Data

Level 2, 3

Simple_Scanner

Level 2, 3

Cancel_From

Level 3

Cancel_Rerouted

Level 3

Cancel_To

Level 3

DCC

Level 3

SCR

Level 3

SKIP

Level 3

Tar_To

Level 3

HTR_Destination

Level 3

MANAGEMENT CAPABILITIES SUMMARY

Unsolicited Messages Support (Level 1, 2, 3)

The AXE10 Wireline Access Module can handle all unsolicited alarms sent by the switch (according to the AXE AS26 Command & Printout Manual), that is, all 214 alarm types sent by the switch are captured by TeMIP. Table 3 provides a list of these alarms. The mapping of the alarm fields to the ITU-T Standards complies with the following guidelines:

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Managed Object: The managed object instance can be the "GEN" instance for the classes that have only one instance (refer to Table 1: AXE10_WLN Hierarchy Class Description) or can be built from the message body.

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Severity: The alarm severity is driven by the message header.

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Event Type and Probable Cause: These fields are driven by the alarm type.

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Additional Text: The additional text contains the original alarm message, cleared of obtrusive messages and blank lines.

Alarm Clearance (Level 1, 2, 3)

According to ITU-T standards, the clearance of an alarm can be done based on

the following rule:

. The alarm has the severity Clear: the Managed Object is the same as that of a previous alarm and the Notification Identifier field is the same as the Notification Identifier of the previous alarm.

In order to clear a previous alarm, the AXE10 sends a message with the same alarm number and with a "cease flag" in the message body. The AXE10 Wireline AM generates a Notification Identifier for each alarm message, and also for the clearance alarm, so that TeMIP Alarm Handling can perform the clearance correlation whenever required.

Alarm Information (Level 1, 2, 3)

Table 3 lists the AXE10 Wireline alarm messages that are described in the AXE AS26 Command & Printout Manual.

Table 3: AXE10 Alarm Table

No.

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Message Slogan

1 ACCOUNTING CASE DATA SUPERVISION

2 CHARGING CHECK OUTPUT ERROR

3 COMMON CHARGING OUTPUT BUFFER CONGESTION

4 COMMON CHARGING OUTPUT ERROR

5 COMMON CHARGING OUTPUT USER FILE MANUALLY BLOCKED

6 EVENT CHARGING ERROR

7 EXTERNAL PRIVATE METERING FAULT

8 IO-FAULT FOR CHARGING STATISTICS

10

EXCHANGE INPUT LOAD SUPERVISION

11 SYSTEM ALARM STATE

12 SYSTEM EVENT

13 OPEN COMMUNICATION ERROR

14 DIGITAL PATH FAULT SUPERVISION

15 DIGITAL PATH QUALITY SUPERVISION

16 DIGITAL PATH UNAVAILABLE STATE FAULT

17 DISTURBANCE SUPERVISION OF INDIVIDUAL DEVICES DEACTIVATED

18 DISTURBANCE SUPERVISION OF TRUNK ROUTES DEACTIVATED

19 LAYER 2 FAULT

20 LAYER 3 FAULT

21 SEIZURE SUPERVISION

22 BACK-UP FACILITY IS OUT OF SERVICE

23 SWITCHING NETWORK TERMINAL FAULT

24 SWITCHING NETWORK TERMINAL MANUALLY BLOCKED

25 TOO MANY PHRASES DESTROYED

26 EXTERNAL ALARM

27 DCS DISTURBANCE SUPERVISION PORT

28 DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER LINE CIRCUIT TEST EQUIPMENT FAULT

29 DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER LINE CIRCUIT TEST EQUIPMENT MANUALLY BLOCKED

30 DISTRIBUTED SWITCH SUPERVISION

31 FAULT MARKING SUPERVISION FAULT

32 FRAME HANDLER BD-CHANNEL FAULT

33 FRAME HANDLER SUPERVISION

34 GENERATOR SUPERVISION

35 GENERIC ACCESS MANAGER SIGNALLING CHANNEL CONNECTION FAULT

36 LINE UNIT BLOCKED

37 LSM DIGITAL LINE CIRCUIT CLOCK OR POWER FEED FAULT

38 LSM POWER UNIT FAULT

39 PORT BLOCKED

40 PVC SET-UP FAILURE

41 RINGING GENERATOR FAULT

42 SEIZURE SUPERVISION SUBSCRIBER LINES

43 SUBSCRIBER LINE BLOCKING SUPERVISION FAULT

44 SUBSCRIBER LINE CIRCUIT SUPERVISION

45 SUBSCRIBER LINE CIRCUIT TESTER FAULT

46 SUBSCRIBER LINE CIRCUIT TESTER MANUALLY BLOCKED

47 SUBSCRIBER LINE LOCKOUT SUPERVISION FAULT

48 SUBSCRIBER LINE SPECIAL PRIORITY LINE FAULT

49 SUBSCRIBER LINE TEST BUFFER FAULT

50 SUBSCRIBER LINE TEST EQUIPMENT FAULT

51 SUBSCRIBER LINE TEST EQUIPMENT MANUALLY BLOCKED

52 TEST TONE FAULT

53 TIME SUPERVISION INHIBITED

54 TONE GENERATOR FAULT

55 DP FAILURE

56 TG FAILURE COIN-BOX

57 INJECTION OF HOWLER TONE

58 NETWORK SYNCHRONIZATION CLOCK-REFERENCE MANUALLY BLOCKED

59 NETWORK SYNCHRONIZATION FAULT

60 RTU AUTOMATICALLY BLOCKED

61 RTU MANUALLY BLOCKED

62 EXTERNAL ALARM RECEIVER BLOCKED

63 EXTERNAL ALARM RECEIVER FAULT

64 HOWLER EQUIPMENT FAULT

65 HOWLER EQUIPMENT MANUALLY BLOCKED

66 MANUAL BACKUP OF NEW RECORDING NEEDED

67 RECORDABLE PHRASE HAS BEEN DESTROYED

68 SEMIPERMANENT CONNECTION FAULT

69 ALPHANUMERICAL OUTPUT CONGESTION

70 IS-OUTPUT ERROR

71 MONITORING REGISTRATIONS OUTPUT ERROR

72 SEMI-PERMANENT CONNECTION BREAK LOGGING CONGESTION

73 ALI BLOCKED

74 ALI FAULT

75 DFO IO DEVICE FAULT

76 IO BLOCKED

77 IO TAPE QUALITY WARNING

78 TEST SYSTEM (p) ACTIVATED FROM dev

79 IO DATA LINK BLOCKED

80 ALLOCATION FAULT

81 ANALYSIS DATA FAULT

82 APPLICATION DETECTED SOFTWARE ERROR

83 AUDIT FUNCTION DETECTED ERROR

84 AUDIT FUNCTION THRESHOLD SUPERVISION

85 BACKUP ACCESS SPEED REDUCTION

86 BACKUP INFORMATION FAULT

87 CHECKSUM ERROR IN DS STORED MICROPROGRAM (only APZ 211)

88 CP FAULT

89 CP STATE NOT NORMAL

90 CPG FAN FAULT

91 CPG FAN FAULT AT REPAIR CHECK

92 CPT FAULT

93 DEVICE PROCESSOR FAILURE

94 HB ( HEARTBEAT FAILURE )

95 MANUAL EXECUTION OF COMMAND LOG AFTER SWITCH-BACK

96 MANUAL EXECUTION OF COMMAND LOG REQUIRED

97 PHC-FUNCTION INHIBITED

98 PROGRAM CHANGE FAULT

99 PROGRAM CHANGE PASSIVATION INHIBITED

100 RELOAD OF THE SYSTEM IS PENDING

101 RELOAD PARAMETERS INVALID

102 SMALL RESTART IS PENDING

103 SYSTEM RESTART

104 SYSTEM STATE

105 CLOCK ADJUSTMENT IN EMG ACTIVATED

106 EM APT ALARM WORD

107 EM FAULT

108 EM MANUALLY BLOCKED

109 EMG CONTROL DOWN

110 EMG EM MANUALLY BLOCKED

111 EMG EMRP MANUALLY BLOCKED

112 EMG FAULT

113 EMG STR MANUALLY BLOCKED

114 EMG TRANSMISSION FAULT

115 REMOTE TERMINAL FAULT

116 CONTROL SIGNALLING LINK MANUALLY BLOCKED

117 MANY REGIONAL PROCESSORS BLOCKED

118 RP FAULT

119 RP MANUALLY BLOCKED

120 RP PAIR FAULT

121 RPD RESTART DATA

122 SP FUNCTION CHANGE ACTIVE

123 SPG NOT AVAILABLE

124 SP LINK MANUALLY BLOCKED

125 SP LINK MANUALLY SEPARATED

126 SP LINK FAULT

127 SP NODE AUTOMATICALLY BLOCKED

128 SP NODE FAULT

129 SP NODE MANUALLY BLOCKED

130 SP NODE RESTARTED

131 SP TRACE SYSTEM INACTIVE

132 SP TRANSIENT FAULT SUPERVISION

133 SP UNIT FAULT

134 SP UNIT MANUALLY BLOCKED

135 SP WORKING STATE NOT NORMAL

136 ESM FAILURE

137 RINGING GENERATOR FAULT IN RSM

138 RSM SUB LINE CIRCUIT TESTER MANUALLY BLOCKED

139 RSM SUBSCRIBER LINE CIRCUIT TESTER FAULT

140 TG FAILURE

141 TG FAILURE PRIVATE METER

142 ACCOUNTING CASE CALL SUPERVISION

143 BLOCKING RESTRICTION ON ROUTES SUPERVISION

144 BLOCKING SUPERVISION

145 BLOCKING SUPERVISION OF SUBROUTES

146 CONTINUITY CHECK FAILURE

147 DISTURBANCE SUPERVISION OF INDIVIDUAL DEVICES

148 DISTURBANCE SUPERVISION OF TRUNK ROUTES

149 ROUTE RESTRICTION ACTIVATED

150 SEIZURE QUALITY SUPERVISION

151 SIGNAL FAULT SUPERV TEMPORARILY DISCONNECTED

152 SIGNALLING FAULT SUPERVISION

153 CCITT7 DESTINATION INACCESSIBLE

154 CCITT7 LINK SET SUPERVISION

155 CCITT7 MTP POLICING FIRST THRESHOLD REACHED

156 CCITT7 MTP POLICING SECOND THRESHOLD REACHED

157 CCITT7 MTP POLICING VIOLATION LIST FULL

158 CCITT7 SIGNALLING LINK FAILURE

159 CCITT7 SIGNALLING LINK MANUALLY DEACTIVATED

160 CCITT7 SIGNALLING LINK MANUALLY INHIBITED

161 USER PART DISTURBANCE RECORDING FAULT

162 USER PART DISTURBANCE SUPERVISION

163 CCITT7 CONFUSION MESSAGE LIST FULL

164 CCITT7 CONFUSION MESSAGE LIST THRESHOLD REACHED

165 CCITT7 DISTURBANCE SUPERVISION LIMIT REACHED

166 CCITT7 EVENT REPORTING THRESHOLD REACHED

167 CCITT7 LONG MESSAGE VIOLATION LIST FULL

168 CCITT7 LONG MESSAGE VIOLATION LIST THRESHOLD REACHED

169 ACCOUNTING DATA OUTPUT ERROR

170 COMMAND LOG BLOCKED

171 COMMAND LOG START SUBFILE NOT ON-LINE

172 CORRUPT FILE WARNING

173 DFO BACKUP FILE SUPERVISION

174 FILE MANUALLY BLOCKED

175 INFINITE FILE END WARNING

176 INTERRUPTED AUTOMATIC COMMAND LOG EXECUTION

177 IO-FAULT FOR ALL CIRCUITS BUSY ON ROUTES

178 IO-FAULT FOR CCITT7 SIGNALLING PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT

179 IO-FAULT FOR CCITT7 TRAFFIC MEASUREMENT

180 IO-FAULT FOR DATA RECORDING PER CALL

181 IO-FAULT FOR SERVICE QUALITY STATISTICS

182 IO-FAULT FOR TIME CONGESTION MEASUREMENT ON ROUTES

183 IO-FAULT FOR TRAFFIC CHARACTER MEASUREMENT ON ROUTES

184 IO-FAULT FOR TRAFFIC DISPERSION MEASUREMENT

185 IO-FAULT FOR TRAFFIC MEASUREMENT ON ROUTES

186 IO-FAULT FOR TRAFFIC TYPE MEASUREMENT

187 SOFTWARE ERROR

188 VOLUME END WARNING

189 VOLUME LIMIT EXCEEDED

190 MCS AUTHORITY COMMAND INPUT RESTRICTED

191 MCS AUTHORITY ILLEGAL LOGON ATTEMPT

192 MCS TRANSACTION LOG FAULT

193 DEVICE IS PLACED IN TEST ROUTE

194 STATISTIC AND TRAFFIC MEASUREMENT SYSTEM STOPPED

195 STATISTIC DATA FILE OUTPUT STANDARD FORMAT ERROR

196 STATISTIC DATA MODIFIED REPORT GENERATOR OUTPUT ERROR

197 ACCESS MODULE INSTRUMENT FAULT

198 ACCESS MODULE MANUALLY BLOCKED

199 INTEGRATED PRIVATE METERING FAULT

200 ISDN MAINTENANCE DATA REGISTER FAULT

201 BLACK LIST FUNCTION BLOCKED

202 MALICIOUS CALL IDENTIFICATION DATA HAS BEEN PRINTED

203 WHITE LIST FUNCTION BLOCKED

204 BROADCAST CONNECTION FAULT

205 BROADCAST LOOP EQUIPMENT FAULT

206 COMPLETE TRAFFIC STOPPAGE IN GROUP SWITCH

207 CONNECTION PERFORMANCE TEST OF GROUP SWITCH DISTURBANCES

208 GROUP SWITCH CLM CONTROL

209 GROUP SWITCH FAULT

210 GROUP SWITCH TEST PATH ESTABLISHED

211 GROUP SWITCH TRAFFIC RESTRICTIONS

212 GROUP SWITCH UNIT MANUALLY BLOCKED

213 SWITCH BLOCKING SUPERVISION

214 SWITCH DISTURBANCE SUPERVISION

Traffic Reports (Level 2, 3)

The AXE10 Wireline AM handles the following unsolicited messages:

.

TRAFFIC TYPE MEASUREMENT RESULT

.

TRAFFIC DISPERSION MEASUREMENT PER ROUTE RESULT

.

TRAFFIC DISPERSION MEASUREMENT PER DESTINATION RESULT

. PROCESSOR LOAD MEASUREMENT RESULT

Traffic Controls (Level 3)

The following controls are supported by the AXE10 Access Module:

.

CANCEL_FROM: This control is created on an outgoing or two way route to prohibit traffic from overflowing into the next-in-chain routes. This control can be used for prohibiting overflow of directly routed traffic, alternately routed traffic, or both.

.

CANCEL_REROUTED: This control is created to prevent additional rerouting or alternate routing of calls that have already been rerouted. Rerouted calls are not allowed to overflow the route specified in the CANCEL_REROUTED control, while normal overflow traffic is not affected.

.

CANCEL_TO: This control is created to cancel direct routing, alternative routing, or both types of routing to a specified route. The cancellation of direct routing controls the amount of directly routed traffic accessing a route. Cancelling alternative routing will prevent overflow traffic from accessing a route.

.

DCC: This control (Destination Code Control) is created to control calls to

specific destination. The calls are controlled using one of the following methods:

a

- Percentage (Code Blocking)

- Rate (Call Gapping)

The Code Blocking control prevents routing to a specific destination on a percentage basis. Code Blocking can be done on a country code, an area code, an exchange identification code, or an individual line number. The Code Blocking control is typically used for immediate control of focussed overloads or mass-calling situations.

The Call Gapping control sets an upper limit on the output rate of calls to a specific destination. The upper limit is set by specifying a time period (interval) during which no more than one call should be permitted. This control ensures that the number of call attempts that are routed will never exceed the specified output rate, regardless of the call arrival rate. Call Gapping is typically used for the control of focussed overloads, particularly mass-calling to an individual line number. A detailed analysis may be required to determine the proper call-rate parameters.

The Leaky Bucket control causes the number of call attempts to a destination to be limited to a predefined call attempt rate. All call attempts to this group that exceed this predefined limit are rejected.

.

SCR: This control (Selective Circuit Reservation) is created to block outgoing traffic that has a poor chance of completion on the specified Route.

.

SKIP: This control is created on outgoing routes to cause traffic routing to skip the route and advance to the next in-chain route in the routing table. This control eases congestion on routes with facility problems. The SKIP control can be used to affect directly routed traffic, alternatively routed traffic, or both.

adds new routes at the end of a routing table, or between existing routes, to provide additional overflow paths.

. TAR_TO: This control (Temporary Alternative Routing To) is created to temporarily increase the number of routing possibilities. This control adds new routes at the beginning of a routing table, so that traffic is first offered to the new routes before being offered to the normal routes in the routing table.

HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS

Supported Alpha AXP Processors:

AlphaServer 8200 AlphaServer 8400 DEC/4600, DEC/4700 DEC/7600, DEC/7700

DEC/10600

AlphaServer 2000 AlphaServer 2100 AlphaServer 4000 AlphaServer 4100 AlphaStation 600 DEC/3500, DEC/3500S, DEC/3500X DEC/3800, DEC/3800S

DEC/3900

AlphaServer 300 (Melmac) AlphaServer 400 AlphaServer 800

AlphaServer 1000 AlphaStation 200 AlphaStation 250 AlphaStation 255 AlphaStation 400 AlphaStation 500

DEC/2300S

DEC/2500

DEC/3300, DEC/3300L, DEC/3300X, DEC/3300LX DEC/3400, DEC/3400S DEC/3600, DEC/3600S

DEC/3700

PWS 433

PWS 500

PWS 600

Ultimate Workstation 533

Disk Space Requirements:

Disk space required for installation:

Subset copy:

45,000 Kbytes

Installation:

/usr 141,000 Kbytes

Disk Space Required for Use (Permanent):

No specific requirement

Memory Requirements:

The minimum memory supported, due to a TeMIP Framework prerequisite, is 128 MB. However, the use of this software in conjunction with increased memory capability improves performance.

SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS

DIGITAL UNIX Operating System V4.0D

TeMIP Framework V3.2

OPTIONAL SOFTWARE

TeMIP Graphical ASCII Toolkit V2.1P.

GROWTH CONSIDERATIONS

The minimum hardware/software requirements for any future version of this product may be different from the current version requirements.

YEAR 2000 READY

This product is Year 2000 Ready.

The testing used to confirm the Year 2000 readiness of this product included

code assessment and system tests to verify transition dates.

DISTRIBUTION MEDIA

This software is available by electronic means, distributed directly by the Engineering Team in NSIS/CIS Telecom, who can be contacted through your local Compaq office, which sends an internal e-mail to vbetemipsupp@compaq.com (containing customer identification and proof of license purchase).

ORDERING INFORMATION

TeMIP Access Module for Ericsson AXE10 Wireline Switch (Fault Management)

Software License (Level 1 AM): QL-687A9-AA Software Product Services: QT-686**-** or QR-SP687-A9

TeMIP Access Module for Ericsson AXE10 Wireline Switch (Performance Management)

Software License (Level 2 AM): QL-6BHA9-AA Software Product Services: QT-686**-** or QR-SP6BH-A9

TeMIP Access Module for Ericsson AXE10 Wireline Switch (Traffic Management)

Software License (Level 3 AM): QL-6BJA9-AA Software Product Services: QT-686**-** or QR-SP6BJ-A9

Notes:

1. * denotes variable fields. For additional information on available services, or hardware platform tiers, refer to the appropriate price book.

2. The QL number corresponding to the TeMIP Graphical ASCII Toolkit V2.1P (Run-Time) must also be purchased (QL-5SMAM-3B).

SOFTWARE LICENSING

This software is furnished under the licensing provisions of Compaq Computer Corporation's Standard Terms and Conditions.

For more information about Compaq's licensing terms and policies, contact your local Compaq office.

This product uses the FLEXlm Software License Key system.

The licensed software can be used up to the limit specified in the license file. The scheme is trust based, which means that it does not use any machine specific values or count of users to rigidly enforce license compliance.

A FLEXlm key must be obtained using the request form provided with the Cover Letter, temip-license-form.txt

SOFTWARE PRODUCT SERVICES

A variety of service options are available from Compaq.

For more in formation, contact your local Compaq office.

SOFTWARE WARRANTY

This software product is provided by Compaq with a 90-day conformance warranty in accordance with the Compaq warranty terms and applicable to the license purchase. The above information is valid at the time of release. Please contact your local Compaq office for the most up-to-date information.

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June 1999