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User Group September 2006. Agenda. Welcome / Introductions Steering Committee Updates Review notes from last meeting New issues: Local Service Freeze Disconnects in Error Address validation Commingling Order Process Flow Access Process Overview. Introductions. Jonathan Ryer – Chair

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User group september 2006

User GroupSeptember 2006


Agenda

Agenda

Welcome / Introductions

Steering Committee Updates

Review notes from last meeting

New issues:

  • Local Service Freeze

  • Disconnects in Error

  • Address validation

    Commingling Order Process Flow

    Access Process Overview


Introductions

Introductions

  • Jonathan Ryer – Chair

  • Christian Smallwood – Co-Chair

  • Donna Hartley – BellSouth, Director CLEC Care


Steering committee updates christine smallwood

Steering Committee UpdatesChristine Smallwood


New issues

New Issues


Local service freeze

Local Service Freeze

  • CCP

  • LSF within a CLEC Company Code

    ( Multiple Company Code)

  • CR2378 is being implemented in release 24.0 on March 11, 2007


Disconnects in error

Disconnects In Error

  • BellSouth has agreed to re-visit the

    CR2349 “Disconnect in Error Process”.


Address validation

Address Validation

  • BellSouth receives addresses from various sources:

    • Federal and State agencies

    • Developers

    • BellSouth Engineers

  • BellSouth is dependant on the source that is providing the address.


  • Commingling stacy rockett robby pannell

    ComminglingStacy RockettRobby Pannell


    Commingling

    Commingling

    • New Commingling Orders

      Step 1: If submitting for the first time contact

      the LSM group to discuss the ordering

      process, User Guides and the steps to issue

      orders.

      Step 2: LSM will coordinate a working conference call

      with CLEC Provisioning Group to discuss the

      LSR requirements.


    Commingling new loop

    Commingling – New Loop

    • MBWC- New DS1 loops – NTCD1(BCS)

    New Commingled UNE DS1 Loop (NTCD1)

    Collo

    SPA DS3 IOF and SPA MUX

    EU SWC

    POP SWC

    • SPA DS3 Transport must be in place prior to submitting orders for the new UNE DS1

    http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/reference_library/guides/unedocs/commingling.pdf


    Commingling new eel

    Commingling – New EEL

    • Ordinarily combined UNES

      • SBWC (BCS XDH1X)- 1 Circuit ID

    UNE DS1 IOF

    Collo

    SPA DS1 Local Channel

    POP SWC EU SWC

    http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/reference_library/guides/unedocs/udt_ord_combo.doc


    Commingling new eel1

    Commingling – New EEL

    • Ordinarily combined UNES

      • MBWC (BCS Business As Usual) 2 Circuit IDs ( 1 for the DS3 & MUX, & 1 for the EEL)

    SPA DS3 & MUX -1 Circuit ID

    UNE EEL- 1 Circuit ID

    UNE DS1 Local Loop

    UNE DS1 IOF

    Collo

    POP SWC EU SWC

    http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/reference_library/guides/unedocs/udt_ord_combo.doc


    Commingling lessons learned

    Commingling Lessons Learned

    • Every Network is different

    • Will not and can not be treated as a cookie cutter

    • ICB


    Commingling lessons learned1

    Commingling Lessons Learned

    LSR……

    • SBWC (EELs)

      • CMA is required.

        Found in the Data Dictionary section of the LOH on the LS Loop Service page. (example: “D”= combination 4, Note 4: The valid entry of “D” (Combination 4) is used to order a configuration consisting of a Special Access interoffice channel and a UNE loop.) You must determine the architecture.

      • SPEC Code is XDH1X

      • TOS is 1G--

    • MBWC

      • Normal ordering scenarios apply


    Commingling conversion

    Commingling Conversion

    Step 1: CLEC to Contact the LSM Group

    Step 2: LSM/NSE to set up fact finding conference call with CLEC to

    identify current network architecture & proposed conversion

    architecture.

    Step 3: CLEC Care will take the customers scenario and determine if

    there is a current process in place, a process under

    development and/or the need for an interim work around

    process. LSM to determine if request meets project

    management criteria.

    Step 4: LSM sets up working conference call with CLEC Customer to

    share findings and discuss order issuance process.

    Step 5: Implementation


    Commingling clarifications

    Commingling Clarifications

    • Step 1: Call the LCSC

    • Step 2: Call the LSM and the LSM will work with the

      LCSC Management and LCSC staff

    • Step 3: LSM will request assistance from the NSE if

      needed


    271 in georgia

    271 in Georgia

    Based on the COL order, Georgia asserted that it had authority to require BellSouth to provide 271 elements equivalent to the de-listed High Capacity Loop (DS1 and DS3 Loops) and Transport (DS1 Interoffice Channel and DS3 Interoffice Channel) Unbundled Network Elements (UNEs). The 271 elements will be offered in the un-impaired wire centers in Georgia.

    271 High Capacity Loop and Transport

    http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/reference_library/guides/unedocs/271_highcap_loop_pkg_v2.doc

    271 DS1 Loop

    http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/reference_library/guides/unedocs/271_ds1_pkg.doc


    Break

    Break


    Bellsouth accounts

    BellSouth Accounts

    • Consumer

      • Call Center

    • Small Business

      • Call Center

    • Access Accounts

      • FCC Orders

      • ASRs

      • Account Team

    • Local Accounts

      • LSRs

      • Assigned Local Support Managers


    Access accounts

    Access Accounts

    • Premium Service

    • FCC /ASRs

    • Dedicated Account Team

      • Account Manager

      • Network System Designer

    • Pro-Active Partnering

      • Driving New Product

      • Technology & Architecture Design Planning

      • Product Road Map

      • Maintaining Revenue


    Local

    Local

    • Resale & Facility Base UNEs

    • Local Support Managers

      • Assigned Module

      • 800 Assistance

    • Re-Active

    • No Network Planning

    • Use of existing BellSouth Product Line

    • Interconnection Contracts


    Local1

    Local

    • Pro-Active

      • Large Project Assignments

      • User Guide Overviews via working conference calls


    Access

    Access

    Frank Batusic

    AVP Operations


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