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Institutionalization of B-PON OSS-IF - Report of FSAN OAM-WG exercises - APNOMS2003 in Fukuoka October 3 rd , 2003 NTT Access Network Service Systems Laboratories Kenji Nakanishi nakanisi@ansl.ntt.co.jp NTT-AT Transport Network Division Tatsuhiko Yoshida tyoshida@trans.ntt-at.co.jp

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Vendors can offer types of gear to any administrators diminishment of hazard Intents of institutionalization Internationally institutionalized determinations ( ex. ITU-T Recommendations ) Guarantee of interoperability Operators can buy types of gear from any merchants decrease of speculation Sharing advancement assets Market development by globalization Cost diminishment in an overall scale depicting standards specific for a specific framework Useful OSS-IF models

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Basic guideline of PON Downstream : OLT appropriates all bundles to each ONU Each ONU extricates just the parcel tended to itself. Upstream : OLT doles out the transmitting timing of each ONU. Each ONU transmits its bundles as indicated by the planning. NMS OSS-IF EMS UNI OLT ONU#1 Optical splitter (- 32 branches) SNI Interface change PON IF SNI IF ONU#2 multiplex Optical fiber ONU:Optical Network Unit OLT Optical Line Terminal SNI:Service Node Interface UNI:User Network Interface ONU#N

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ITU-D ITU-R International institutionalizing bodies Public association Private association United Nations With secretariat ITU (International Telecommunication Union) IETF IEEE TMF ADSL-F ATM-F ITU-T ITU Telecommunication institutionalization segment Liaison Without secretariat Liaison Contribution Liaison FSAN TTC ANSI ( T1) ETSI Japan USA Europe

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Eirecom Telia Verizon KT BT NTT Bell Canada KPN Bezeq DTAG Chunghwa FT SwissCom SingTel TI Telstra Qwest Telefonica BellSouth SBC Malta Participants to FSAN 21 administrators and 29 merchants, as of Sep. 2003 AFC Agere Alcatel Broadcom BroadLight CISCO Entrisphere Ericsson FlexLight Fujitsu Hitachi Iamba Infineon INOVIA/ECI Intel Lucent Marconi Mitsubishi/Paceon Motorola NEC Nortel OFN/Oki Optical Solutions Quantum Bridge ST Microelectronics Samsung Terawave Vinci Zonu

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Organization of FSAN Board Management Committee Deployment Group OAM-WG ( Operation and Maintenance ) OAN-WG ( Optical Access Network ) FS-VDSL Committee (Full Service –VDSL) Chairperson: Yoichi Maeda (NTT) Chairperson: Linda Garbanati (SBC) Chairperson: Don Clarke (BT) WG : Working Group

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OSS-IF of B-PON Profile Object Repository Other OMSs OMS Notification Service Privileged User Data Warehouse OMS Naming Service Supplier Management System Secure File Server Non Real-time Real-time NNI ONU NT ONU NT ONU NT SNI OLT ODN UNI ONT BPON Network Elements

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B-PON OSS-IF Recommendations ・ The determinations depend on UML (Unified Modeling Language) Apr. 2001 Approved May. 2004 To be reconsidered - Unified to consolidated view - Addition of DBA capacities NW see ME definition <Q.834.2> NE see ME definition <Q.834.1> Managed Entity (ME) definitions Management display in view of UML portrayal <Q.834.3> Dec. 2001 Approved Oct. 2003 To be reconsidered - Addition of DBA capacities Protocol autonomous model CORBA determined Management show <Q.834.4> Protocol indicated demonstrate Jul. 2003 Approved Oct. 2003 To be changed - Addition of DBA capacities

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Combining NE view and NW see NE view is valuable in the event of upkeep and testing NW view is helpful if there should arise an occurrence of provisioning FSAN proposed another view that consolidates the both perspectives The current Recommendations are separated into NE see (Q.834.1) and NW see (Q.834.2) The current Q.834.1 and Q.834.2 understand a joined view in deed by relating oversaw elements of both perspectives utilizing pointers A reconsidered Q.834.1 will incorporate the current Q.834.1 and Q.834.2, and will join NE view and NW see in deed and in addition in name.

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Combined view show (PON layer) ONT/ONU #1 OLT ONT/ONU #2 APON LND APON Subnetwork APON Subnetwork ONT #1 APON Link ( Downstream) NW View OLT APON Link ( Upstream) APON Subnetwork ONT #2 APON Topological Link End ONT/ONU #1 OLT NE View ONT/ONU #2 PhysicalPathTTP APON NetworkTTP APON NetworkCTP APON Link Connection APON Trail

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Combined view display (VP layer) ONT/ONU #1 OLT ONT/ONU #2 VP LND VP Subnetwork VP Subnetwork ONT #1 VP Topological Link (Bi-directional) OLT NW View VP Topological Link End VP Topological Link (Bi-directional) VP Subnetwork ONT #2 ONT/ONU #1 OLT NE View tcAdaptor ONT/ONU #2 PhysicalPathTTP VP NetworkTTP VP NetworkCTP VP Trail VP Link Connection

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Dynamic Bandwidth Assignment DBA: Dynamic Bandwidth Assignment Adopting to upstream bearing of PON. Sharing transfer speed between optical splitter and OLT. ONU can transmit upstream parcels as much as the data transmission licenses ONU-An ONU-B Optical splitter OLT ONU-C ONU-D Shared transfer speed Occupied data transfer capacity

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NW see for DBA ONT/ONU #1 OLT ONT/ONU #2 VP LND VP Topological Link VP Subnetwork VP Subnetwork ONT #1 OLT VP Logical Link NW View VP Topological Link VP Subnetwork ONT #2 VP Logical Link VP Logical Link VP Topological Link End VP NetworkCTP VP Link Connection TCONT (a subclass of Logical Link End)

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NE see for DBA Some oversaw substances exist just in ONU for masterminding bundles. - Priority Queue stores VP bundles as indicated by their need. - Output from Priority Queue will be influenced by WRR if necessary, then suited in T-CONT cushion all together by HOL. ONT/ONU OLT VPCTP TC PQPointerforUpstream #1 Priority Queue #1 T-CONT Buffer #A T-CONT Buffer #A #2 HOL #3 Priority Queue #2 #4 Priority Queue #3 Traffic scheduler WRR #5 #6 Priority Queue #4 T-CONT Buffer #B T-CONT Buffer #B HOL #7 Priority Queue #5 WRR: Weighted Round Robin HOL: Head Of the Line

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ME relationship outline ONT/ONU OLT Zend Aend LogicalLinkFPtr. NEAssignmentPtr. LogicalLinkFPtr. TCONTbuffer T-CONT (Subclass of logicalLinkEnd) VPLogicalLink TCONTbuffer T-CONT (Subclass of logicalLinkEnd) T-CONTBufferPtr. networkCTPsInLinkEndList TrafficScheduler networkCTPsInLinkEndList T-CONTBuffer PMHistoryData TrafficShedulerPtr. PriorityQueue PQPtrForUpstream ZNetworkCTPPtr. ANetworkCTPPtr. NEAssignmentPtr. NEAssignmentPtr. VPCTP VPNetworkCTP VPLinkConnection VPNetworkCTP tcAdaptorPtr. tcAdaptorPtr. TXAdaptorDbaFairness PMHistoryData tcAdaptor ZNetworkTTPPtr. ANetworkTTPPtr. PhysicalPathTPFPtr. PhysicalPathTPFPtr. NEAssignmentPtr. NEAssignmentPtr. APONTTP APONNetworkTTP APONTrail APONNetworkTTP APONTTP ConnectivyPointer List ZNetworkCTPPtr. ANetworkCTPPtr. ConnectivyPointer List APONCTP APONNetworkCTP APONCTP APONLinkConnection NEAssignmentPtr. NEAssignmentPtr. ONTTCAdaptorIdList OLTTCAdaptorId APONLink APONtopLinkEnd ZendList Aend PhysicalPathTP APONLink

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UML depiction UML:Unified Modeling Language Suitable portrayal of question situated frameworks and programming advancement Relationship amongst OSS and its outer surroundings (High level prerequisites for OSS) Use case outline Sequence chart Time requested occasion depiction for every utilization case Detailed relationship between oversaw elements Class graph Q.834.3 is the primary ITU-T Recommendation that depicts situations utilizing UML entirely

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Advantages of UML Modeling is important for - key segment of creating frameworks - excluding unnecessary points of interest, lessening multifaceted nature and encouraging comprehension - offering various perspectives with partition of concerns UML plans models with - intuitional and clear graphs - least and plain documentations

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imparts Process Incoming NE Events conveys BPON NE Synchronization imparts conveys incorporates Autodiscover NEs and PlugInUnits Publish BPON Event conveys Range ONT/ONU Register OLT conveys imparts External Event Channel OMS or Operator Example of utilization case outline Use case Actor Installation [From ITU-T Q.834.3 Figure 5-8]

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Example of succession outline Class Event Triggered NE Synchronization Sequence Diagram [From ITU-T Q.834.3 Figure 5-59]

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Event Screener lines to Event Queue sends occasions triggers Event peruses OLT DCN ONT or ONU ONT or ONU Management Model Maintainer Restore Ranging Re-ran BPON NE get subtle elements inquiries() and upgrades inquiries NESynchroniser Discoverer get&compare() EventSup notifyInventoryMECreation() sends creation/cancellation getNodeDetails() get subtle elements plier notifyInventoryMEDeletion() occasions getEquipmentHolderList() notifyNewRegistration() getPlugInUnits() synchNE() advise() get Software() preparesMECreation/DeletionRecord() getEquipmentVersion() hold up() triggers scheduledSynchNE() overhauls getValue() ActivityCompleti NE resynch BPON NE onLog triggers Registrar plans movement storeRecord() Scheduler viewRecords() registers Privileged User Operator Example of class graph Class name Attributes operations NE Synchronization Class Diagram [From ITU-T Q.834.3 Figure 5-58]

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OS Q CORBA BML CORBA proposed CORBA proposed Q SML X CORBA Q proposed SML CMIP CORBA EDI CORBA OS proposed CORBA proposed Q CORBA Q NML proposed CORBA tML is included as of late proposed Q EML CORBA proposed CORBA proposed CORBA proposed Q SNMP ? NEL NE CORBA structure in ITU-T A first draft of "System for corba-based media communications administration interfaces" were proposed in August 1999 with the end goal of adjusting CORBA into Q interface. A fine grain model of the draft was endorsed in January 2001 as X.780 , and a coarse grain model was affirmed in July 2001as X.780.1 .

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CORBA structure and Q.834.4 Number of occasions Design Implementation Few Simple Easy Many Complex Difficult Coarse grain display (X.780.1) Fine grain show (X.780) Q.834.4