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North American Network Operations Group (NANOG). October 23, 2000 Washington, DC PJ Aduskevicz AT&T. Internet Reliability. Industry and Government Joint Initiatives Independent Initiatives Infrastructure Protection Network Reliability and Interoperability Council (NRIC) NRIC V

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North american network operations group nanog

North American Network Operations Group(NANOG)

October 23, 2000

Washington, DC

PJ Aduskevicz

AT&T


Internet reliability

Internet Reliability

Industry and Government

  • Joint Initiatives

  • Independent Initiatives

  • Infrastructure Protection

    Network Reliability and Interoperability Council (NRIC)

  • NRIC V

  • Focus Groups for Network Reliability

    Infrastructure Protection

  • Network Reliability Steering Committee

    • Facilities Solution Team

  • Common Ground Alliance


North american network operations group nanog

NRIC V Focus Group 2:

Network Reliability

Focus Group 2A1 on Best

Practices

Chair: Rick Harrison, Telcordia

Focus Group 2B1 on Data

Reporting and Analysis

Chair: P.J. Aduskevicz, AT&T

  • Evaluate and report on how well the Best Practices are being implemented by carriers

  • Update existing Best Practices as appropriate

  • Implement voluntary one year trial of outages of ISP, CMRS, Satellite, Cable and Data Networking Service Providers, that are likely to have significant public impact

  • Evaluate outage reporting requirements and guidelines currently used by wireline carriers to improve the quality of outage reporting

  • Evaluate and report on the reliability and availability of the PSTN utilizing NRSC quarterly reports

Focus Group 2A2 on Best

Practices Packet Switching

Chair: Karl Rauscher, Lucent

Focus Group 2B2 on Data Reporting

and Analysis for Packet Switching

Chair: Michael Caloyannides, Miretek Systems

  • Raise awareness in Packet Networks of existing Best Practices

  • Determine which existing Best Practices are applicable to Packet Networks

  • Monitor Voluntary Outage Reporting to determine Best Practices implications

  • Continue to monitor FCC reportable outages for Best Practices implications

  • Define exactly how packet networks fail by identifying all known major ways of failing

  • Extrapolate from how packet networks fail what a packet network outage is

  • Determine what would make sense to report as a packet network outage


Infrastructure protection

Infrastructure Protection

Network Reliability Steering Committee

Mission: The Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions’ Network Reliability Steering Committee

(NRSC) is a consensus – based industry committee. The NRSC will analyze the industry’s

reporting of network outages to identify trends, distribute the results of its findings to industry,

and where applicable, refer matters to appropriate industry forums for further resolution in

order to help ensure a continued high level of network reliability.

Data Assembly & Analysis Team

Bill Klein

ATIS

Procedural Error Team

Clyde Miller

Nortel Networks

Facilities Solutions Team

John Healy

Telcordia Technologies

  • Investigated Procedural Errors as a category unto itself rather than a subset of existing categories

  • Made recommendations to improve outage reporting in areas of product design, documentation, training and root cause analysis

  • Recommend Procedures for data analysis

  • Perform data analysis of outage reports

  • Issue quarterly and annual results of outage reports

  • Analyze FCC facility reliability data

  • Provide input to cross industry groups aimed at facility damage prevention

  • Develop and evolve best practices


Nric focus group 3 subcommittee 2 voluntary trial criteria

NRIC Focus Group 3 Subcommittee 2Voluntary Trial Criteria


Outage index aggregated by failure category

Outage Index Aggregated By Failure Category


Number of outage reports by facility failure sub category of outage

Number of Outage Reports byFacility Failure Sub-Category of Outage


Outage index aggregated by facility failure sub category

Outage Index Aggregated By Facility Failure Sub-Category


Number of outage reports by procedural error root cause subcategory

Number Of Outage Reports By Procedural Error Root Cause Subcategory


Common ground alliance

Common Ground Alliance

Common Ground Alliance (www.commongroundalliance.com) “Call, Design, Locate and Dig Safely”

Alliance works cooperatively to

  • Foster shared responsibility

  • Support research

  • Develop public awareness and education programs

  • Identify and disseminate “best practices”

  • Serve as a data clearinghouse

    Common Ground Study Identified Best Practices for Damage Prevention Such as

  • Encourage participation by all stakeholders in One Call Center Program

  • Include location of existing utilities on plans

  • Record actual placement of utilities upon installation

  • Utilize technologies and methods that render underground facilities easy to locate

  • Call before you dig

  • Know local one-call laws, policies and practices before beginning excavation activities


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