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S I E M E N S

E W S D
Digital Electronic Switching System

Task Manual
TML Version V16 - Classic
NetM V5.1
APS-ID: WSALBK1N.V1605
Intern 100%

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619

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ADMINISTRATION SECTION 03 ADMIN -1... 3 A


LIST OF CONTENTS 03 CONT -1... 26 A
INTRODUCTION TML/OML 03 IN -1... 9 A
COMMANDS 03 -1...7081 A
REFERENCE LIST COMMAND - MASKS 03 TAB -1... 295 A

T M L E W S D : Administration Section
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DISPLAY A4 TESTPATTERN VALUE 2034.00 3 DISP_A4TPVAL -1... 1


ENTER A4 TESTPATTERN VALUE 2036.00 3 ENTR_A4TPVAL -1... 1
DIAGNOSE AC ALGORITHMS 1952.03 3 DIAG_ACALGOR -1... 1
TEST AC ALGORITHMS 1953.03 3 TEST_ACALGOR -1... 1
CANCEL AUTOMATIC CONGESTION CONTROL 3664.47 3 CAN_ACC -1... 1
DISPLAY AUTOMATIC CONGESTION CONTROL 3665.47 3 DISP_ACC -1... 1
ENTER AUTOMATIC CONGESTION CONTROL 3663.48 3 ENTR_ACC -1... 3
DISP. STATUS OF AUTOM. CONGEST. CONTROL 3666.47 3 STAT_ACC -1... 1
Display Access Control Configuration 1.00 3 DISP_ACCFG -1... 1
Modify Access Control Configuration 1.00 3 MOD_ACCFG -1... 2
CANCEL AUTOM. CONGEST. CONTROL TRAF. 3661.47 3 CAN_ACCTRAF -1... 1
DISPLAY AUTOM. CONGEST. CONTROL TRAF. 3662.47 3 DISP_ACCTRAF -1... 1
ENTER AUTOM. CONGEST. CONTROL TRAF. 3660.48 3 ENTR_ACCTRAF -1... 3
DISPLAY GENERAL ALARM CALL DATA 1589.01 3 DISP_ACDATA -1... 1
ENTER ALARM CALL DATA 1590.05 3 ENTR_ACDATA -1... 3
Cancel Access Control Initiator Group 1.00 3 CAN_ACINIGRP -1... 1
Create Access Control Initiator Group 1.00 3 CR_ACINIGRP -1... 1
Display Access Control Initiator Group 1.00 3 DISP_ACINIGRP -1... 1
Modify Access Control Initiator Group 1.00 3 MOD_ACINIGRP -1... 1
CANCEL COMFORT ALARM CALL ORDER LIMITS 3825.02 3 CAN_ACOLIM -1... 1
DISPLAY COMFORT ALARM CALL ORDER LIMITS 3824.02 3 DISP_ACOLIM -1... 1
ENTER COMFORT ALARM CALL ORDER LIMITS 3823.02 3 ENTR_ACOLIM -1... 2
CANCEL ALARM CALL ORDER 1587.07 3 CAN_ACORD -1... 3
ENTER ALARM CALL ORDER 1585.08 3 ENTR_ACORD -1... 5
SELECT ALARM CALL ORDER 1586.04 3 SEL_ACORD -1... 1
Cancel Access Control Rule 1.00 3 CAN_ACRULE -1... 1
Create Access Control Rule 1.00 3 CR_ACRULE -1... 3
Display Access Control Rule 1.00 3 DISP_ACRULE -1... 2
Modify Access Control Rule 1.00 3 MOD_ACRULE -1... 3
DISPLAY ALARM CALL STATISTICS 1588.00 3 DISP_ACSTAT -1... 1
Cancel Access Control Target Group 1.00 3 CAN_ACTARGRP -1... 1
Create Access Control Target Group 1.00 3 CR_ACTARGRP -1... 2
Display Access Control Target Group 1.00 3 DISP_ACTARGRP -1... 1
Modify Access Control Target Group 1.00 3 MOD_ACTARGRP -1... 2
ENTER A-SUBSCRIBER DIRECTORY NUMBER 2926.01 3 ENTR_ADN -1... 1
ACT AVERAGE DAILY PEAK HOUR TRAF. MEAS. 2829.00 3 ACT_ADPHMEAS -1... 1
CAN AVERAGE DAILY PEAK HOUR TRAF. MEAS. 2830.01 3 CAN_ADPHMEAS -1... 3
DISP AVERAGE DAILY PEAK HOUR TRAF. MEAS. 2832.01 3 DISP_ADPHMEAS -1... 5
ENTR AVERAGE DAILY PEAK HOUR TRAF. MEAS. 2833.01 3 ENTR_ADPHMEAS -1... 3
DISPLAY ARCHIVE FILE ENTRY 1518.03 3 DISP_AENTRY -1... 1
SELECT ARCHIVE FILE ENTRY 1519.08 3 SEL_AENTRY -1... 4
CANCEL ARCHIVE FILE 1515.01 3 CAN_AFILE -1... 1
CREATE ARCHIVE FILE 1514.03 3 CR_AFILE -1... 3
DISPLAY ARCHIVE FILE ATTRIBUTES 1517.00 3 DISP_AFILE -1... 1
MODIFY ARCHIVE FILE ATTRIBUTES 1516.02 3 MOD_AFILE -1... 3
DISPLAY ALARM STATUS 1483.03 3 DISP_ALARM -1... 2
SEARCH ALARM MESSAGE 1486.04 3 SRCH_ALARM -1... 2
ACTIVATE ALARM DISPLAY 2017.01 3 ACT_ALDISP -1... 1
DEACTIVATE ALARM DISPLAY 2019.01 3 DACT_ALDISP -1... 2
DISPLAY ALARM DISPLAY 2020.00 3 DISP_ALDISP -1... 1
CANCEL ALIAS NAME 3079.00 3 CAN_ALIAS -1... 1
DISPLAY ALIAS FILE NAMES 3075.00 3 DISP_ALIAS -1... 1
ENTER ALIAS FILE NAME 3076.00 3 ENTR_ALIAS -1... 1
MODIFY ALIAS NAME 3077.00 3 MOD_ALIAS -1... 1
DISPLAY ALARM MODE 771.01 3 DISP_ALMODE -1... 1
ENTER ALARM MODE 770.02 3 ENTR_ALMODE -1... 1
CANCEL ALARM PERIOD 2018.01 3 CAN_ALPER -1... 1
DISP ALARM PERIOD 2021.00 3 DISP_ALPER -1... 1
ENTER ALARM PERIOD 2022.01 3 ENTR_ALPER -1... 2
CANCEL ALARM PRIORITY 2922.00 3 CAN_ALPRIO -1... 2
DISPLAY ALARM PRIORITY 769.14 3 DISP_ALPRIO -1... 4
ENTER ALARM PRIORITY 768.14 3 ENTR_ALPRIO -1... 6
DISPLAY ALARM PROFILE 3174.00 3 DISP_ALPROF -1... 1
SET ALARM STATUS 1485.04 3 SET_ALSTAT -1... 1
CANCEL ALARM TEXT 946.02 3 CAN_ALTEXT -1... 1
DISPLAY ALARM TEXT 947.01 3 DISP_ALTEXT -1... 1
ENTER ALARM TEXT 943.01 3 ENTR_ALTEXT -1... 1
DISPLAY AMA DATA 528.77 3 DISP_AMA -1... 3
CANCEL ATM BRIDGE PROCESSOR 3162.00 3 CAN_AMP -1... 1
COMMUTE ATM BRIDGE PROCESSOR 3166.00 3 COM_AMP -1... 1
CONFIGURE ATM BRIDGE PROCESSOR 3155.00 3 CONF_AMP -1... 1
CREATE ATM BRIDGE PROCESSOR 3156.00 3 CR_AMP -1... 1
DIAGNOSE ATM BRIDGE PROCESSOR 3159.00 3 DIAG_AMP -1... 2
DISPLAY ATM BRIDGE PROCESSOR 3160.00 3 DISP_AMP -1... 1

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TEST ATM BRIDGE PROCESSOR 3163.00 3 TEST_AMP -1... 1


CANCEL ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT 2888.04 3 CAN_ANELEM -1... 5
CREATE ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT 4098.01 3 CR_ANELEM -1... 11
DISPLAY ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT 2890.04 3 DISP_ANELEM -1... 6
MODIFY ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT 4099.01 3 MOD_ANELEM -1... 10
CANCEL ANNOUNCEMENT GROUP COS 216.07 3 CAN_ANGCOS -1... 1
ENTER ANNOUNCEMENT GROUP COS 215.07 3 ENTR_ANGCOS -1... 9
CANCEL ANNOUNCEMENT GROUP 214.03 3 CAN_ANGRP -1... 1
CREATE ANNOUNCEMENT GROUP 213.83 3 CR_ANGRP -1... 10
DISPLAY ANNOUNCEMENT GROUP 222.03 3 DISP_ANGRP -1... 1
RECORD ANNOUNCEMENT GROUP DATA 2876.00 3 REC_ANGRP -1... 4
CANCEL ANNOUNCEMENT LINE COS 220.05 3 CAN_ANLCOS -1... 1
ENTER ANNOUNCEMENT LINE COS 219.07 3 ENTR_ANLCOS -1... 1
CANCEL ANNOUNCEMENT LINE 218.03 3 CAN_ANLN -1... 1
CREATE ANNOUNCEMENT LINE 217.81 3 CR_ANLN -1... 5
DISPLAY ANNOUNCEMENT LINE 221.03 3 DISP_ANLN -1... 1
DISPLAY STATUS OF ANNOUNCEMENT LINE 847.69 3 STAT_ANLN -1... 2
DISPLAY INDIV. ANNOUNCEMENT PRESET VALUE 2896.07 3 DISP_ANPREV -1... 2
MODIFY INDIV. ANNOUNCEMENT PRESET VALUE 2895.07 3 MOD_ANPREV -1... 3
CANCEL ANNOUNCEMENT TEXT 2902.01 3 CAN_ANTXT -1... 1
CREATE ANNOUNCEMENT TEXT 2903.01 3 CR_ANTXT -1... 2
DISPLAY ANNOUNCEMENT TEXT 2891.01 3 DISP_ANTXT -1... 1
MODIFY ANNOUNCEMENT TEXT 2904.01 3 MOD_ANTXT -1... 2
CANCEL APPLICATION 1767.00 3 CAN_APPL -1... 1
CREATE APPLICATION 1769.08 3 CR_APPL -1... 7
DISPLAY APPLICATION 1771.01 3 DISP_APPL -1... 1
MODIFY APPLICATION 1774.09 3 MOD_APPL -1... 7
CANCEL APSENTRYTABLE 1820.00 3 CAN_APSENTAB -1... 1
CREATE APSENTRYTABLE 1821.00 3 CR_APSENTAB -1... 1
ENTER APS NAME 321.01 3 ENTR_APSNAME -1... 1
INCREMENT APS VERSION NUMBER 322.01 3 INCR_APSVN -1... 1
MODIFY ARCHIVE FILE 4131.00 3 MOD_ARCHIVE -1... 3
CANCEL LOCAL AREA CODE 1052.46 3 CAN_AREACODE -1... 1
DISPLAY LOCAL AREA CODE DATA 311.46 3 DISP_AREACODE -1... 1
ENTER LOCAL AREA CODE 310.46 3 ENTR_AREACODE -1... 2
MODIFY LOCAL AREA CODE 1051.58 3 MOD_AREACODE -1... 2
CONNECT ATE 1296.11 3 CONN_ATE -1... 2
DISCONNECT ATE 1297.10 3 DISCONNATE -1... 1
ALLOW AUDIT 242.79 3 ALLOW_AUDIT -1... 2
DISPLAY AUDIT 240.70 3 DISP_AUDIT -1... 1
INHIBIT AUDIT 241.79 3 INHIB_AUDIT -1... 2
START AUDIT 239.81 3 START_AUDIT -1... 4
CANCEL AUTHORIZATION 897.01 3 CAN_AUT -1... 1
DISPLAY AUTHORIZATION 898.01 3 DISP_AUT -1... 1
ENTER AUTHORIZATION 896.01 3 ENTR_AUT -1... 1
CANCEL AUTHORIZATION CLASS 894.01 3 CAN_AUTCL -1... 1
DISPLAY AUTHORIZATION CLASS 895.01 3 DISP_AUTCL -1... 1
ENTER AUTHORIZATION CLASS 893.01 3 ENTR_AUTCL -1... 1
Display Authentication Defaults CP 1.00 3 DISP_AUTHDEFCP -1... 1
Modify Authentication Defaults CP 1.00 3 MOD_AUTHDEFCP -1... 1
DISPLAY CALL DATA OF BASIC ACCESS 1592.04 3 STAT_BA -1... 2
DISPLAY BASIC ACCESS FAULT 1818.09 3 DISP_BAFAULT -1... 3
COMMUTE BASE PROCESSORS 1099.00 3 COM_BAP -1... 1
CONFIGURE BASE PROCESSOR 1089.00 3 CONF_BAP -1... 1
DIAGNOSE BASE PROCESSOR 1109.00 3 DIAG_BAP -1... 2
TEST BASE PROCESSOR 1128.00 3 TEST_BAP -1... 1
ACTIVATE BASIC ACCESS PERFORMANCE MEAS. 2739.02 3 ACT_BAPERF -1... 2
DEACTIVATE BA PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT 2740.01 3 DACT_BAPERF -1... 2
DISPLAY BASIC ACCESS PERFORMANCE DATA 2741.01 3 DISP_BAPERF -1... 4
CONFIGURE BUS TO COMMON MEMORY 1101.00 3 CONF_BCMY -1... 1
DIAGNOSE BUS TO COMMON MEMORY 1112.00 3 DIAG_BCMY -1... 1
TEST BUS TO COMMON MEMORY 1130.01 3 TEST_BCMY -1... 1
ACT BIT ERROR RATE MEASUREMENT 3242.04 3 ACT_BERM -1... 8
DISPLAY BIT ERROR RATE MEASUREMENT 3183.17 3 DISP_BERM -1... 9
ACTIVATE BILLING RECORD 3426.10 3 ACT_BILLREC -1... 5
CANCEL BILLING RECORD 3427.10 3 CAN_BILLREC -1... 5
DISPLAY BILLING RECORD 3428.10 3 DISP_BILLREC -1... 2
ENTER BILLING RECORD 3429.10 3 ENTR_BILLREC -1... 6
TRANSFER INDIV. CALL DATA BUFFER TO DISK 593.18 3 TRANS_BUFFER -1... 1
DISPLAY CCS7 DISCARDED MSUS 2951.00 3 DISP_C7DCDMSU -1... 1
REC CCS7 DISCARDED MESSAGE SIGNAL UNITS 1405.09 3 REC_C7DCDMSU -1... 3
DISPLAY CCS7 DISC. MSU 3443.00 3 DISP_C7DMDAT -1... 1
MODIFY CCS7 DISCARDED MSU DATA 3444.00 3 MOD_C7DMDAT -1... 1
CANCEL CCS7 DESTINATION POINT 485.08 3 CAN_C7DP -1... 3

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CONFIGURE CCS7 DESTINATION POINT 1686.04 3 CONF_C7DP -1... 2


CREATE CCS7 DESTINATION POINT 481.06 3 CR_C7DP -1... 3
DISPLAY CCS7 DESTINATION POINT 492.12 3 DISP_C7DP -1... 2
MODIFY CCS7 DESTINATION POINT 1712.04 3 MOD_C7DP -1... 3
RECORD CCS7 GRADE OF SERVICE 1398.10 3 REC_C7GOS -1... 4
DISPLAY STATUS OF CCS7 LEVEL1 COMPONENTS 2718.03 3 STAT_C7L1 -1... 1
CANCEL CCS7 LINK 486.12 3 CAN_C7LINK -1... 1
CONFIGURE CCS7 LINK 490.03 3 CONF_C7LINK -1... 2
CREATE CCS7 LINK 482.75 3 CR_C7LINK -1... 2
DISPLAY CCS7 SIGNALING LINK 493.12 3 DISP_C7LINK -1... 6
MODIFY CCS7 SIGNALING LINK 1896.00 3 MOD_C7LINK -1... 1
RECORD CCS7 LINK LOAD 1401.10 3 REC_C7LLOAD -1... 4
CANCEL CCS7 LINK SET 487.00 3 CAN_C7LSET -1... 1
CREATE CCS7 LINK SET 483.06 3 CR_C7LSET -1... 2
DISPLAY CCS7 LINK SET 495.12 3 DISP_C7LSET -1... 4
MODIFY CCS7 LINK SET 2948.02 3 MOD_C7LSET -1... 2
RECORD CCS7 LINK SET 3096.10 3 REC_C7LSET -1... 4
CANCEL CCS7 LSET IN ROUTE DESCR.OF DPC 1711.02 3 CAN_C7LSETDP -1... 1
DISP.FOR A GIVEN CCS7 LINK SET ALL DPC’S 1715.01 3 DISP_C7LSETDP -1... 1
ENTER CCS7 LSET IN ROUTE DESCR. OF DPC 1709.02 3 ENTR_C7LSETDP -1... 2
CANCEL CCS7 LSET IN RT.SET OF RT AREA 1714.01 3 CAN_C7LSETRA -1... 1
DISP.FOR A GIVEN CCS7 LSET ALL RT.AREA’S 1716.01 3 DISP_C7LSETRA -1... 1
ENTER CCS7 LSET IN ROUTE DESC.OF RT AREA 1710.01 3 ENTR_C7LSETRA -1... 1
REC CCS7 MESSAGE SIGNAL UNIT 2923.09 3 REC_C7MSU -1... 3
DISPLAY CCS7 NOTIFICATION 2737.00 3 DISP_C7NOTI -1... 1
CANCEL CCS7 OWN SIGNALING POINT 2715.00 3 CAN_C7OP -1... 1
CREATE CCS7 OWN SIGNALING POINT 2716.04 3 CR_C7OP -1... 2
DISPLAY CCS7 OWN SIGNALING POINT 2721.03 3 DISP_C7OP -1... 1
MODIFY CCS7 OWN SIGNALING POINT 2717.02 3 MOD_C7OP -1... 3
DISPLAY CCS7 ROUTE SET 496.10 3 DISP_C7RSET -1... 1
RECORD CCS7 ROUTE SET TRAFFIC DATA 1399.09 3 REC_C7RSET -1... 5
CANCEL CCS7 ROUTING AREA 1352.02 3 CAN_C7RTAREA -1... 1
CONFIGURE CCS7 ROUTING AREA 1356.02 3 CONF_C7RTAREA -1... 1
CREATE CCS7 ROUTING AREA 1351.02 3 CR_C7RTAREA -1... 1
DISPLAY CCS7 ROUTING AREA 1353.03 3 DISP_C7RTAREA -1... 1
MODIFY CCS7 ROUTING AREA 1713.03 3 MOD_C7RTAREA -1... 2
DISPLAY CCS7 SMOOTHING TIME 3407.00 3 DISP_C7SMTIME -1... 1
MODIFY CCS7 SMOOTHING TIME 3408.00 3 MOD_C7SMTIME -1... 1
CANCEL CCS7 TRUNK GROUP RELATION 1758.00 3 CAN_C7TGREL -1... 1
DISPLAY CCS7 TRUNK GROUP RELATION 1759.25 3 DISP_C7TGREL -1... 3
ENTER CCS7 TRUNK GROUP RELATION 1757.25 3 ENTR_C7TGREL -1... 2
CANCEL CCS7 TRAFFIC STRUCTURE MEASUREM. 2165.00 3 CAN_C7TRST -1... 1
DISP CCS7 TRAFFIC STRUCTURE MEASUREMENT 1402.01 3 DISP_C7TRST -1... 1
ENTER CCS7 TRAFFIC STRUCTURE MEASUREMENT 2164.01 3 ENTR_C7TRST -1... 3
TEST CCS7 TRUNK STATUS (ISUP) 3492.25 3 TEST_C7TRSTAT -1... 6
TEST CCS7 TRUNK 854.25 3 TEST_C7TRUNK -1... 4
TEST CCS7 TRUNK VALIDATION 3628.25 3 TEST_C7TRVAL -1... 5
CANCEL CCS7 USER ASSOCIATION 1684.25 3 CAN_C7USER -1... 2
CREATE CCS7 USER ASSOCIATION 1685.25 3 CR_C7USER -1... 3
DISPLAY CCS7 USER ASSOCIATION 1695.25 3 DISP_C7USER -1... 2
CANCEL CARRIER ACCESS CODE 2445.52 3 CAN_CAC -1... 1
CREATE CARRIER ACCESS CODE 2444.52 3 CR_CAC -1... 2
DISPLAY CARRIER ACCESS CODE 2447.52 3 DISP_CAC -1... 2
MODIFY CARRIER ACCESS CODE 2446.54 3 MOD_CAC -1... 3
CANCEL CARRIER ACCESS CODE CODE POINT 4032.52 3 CAN_CACCPT -1... 1
CREATE CARRIER ACCESS CODE CODE POINT 4031.56 3 CR_CACCPT -1... 3
DISPLAY CARRIER ACCESS CODE CODEPOINT 4034.52 3 DISP_CACCPT -1... 2
MODIFY CARRIER ACCESS CODE CODEPOINT 4033.52 3 MOD_CACCPT -1... 4
CANCEL CARRIER ACCESS CODE LIST 4040.52 3 CAN_CACLST -1... 1
CREATE CARRIER ACCESS CODE LIST 4037.52 3 CR_CACLST -1... 1
DISPLAY CARRIER ACCESS CODE LIST 4039.52 3 DISP_CACLST -1... 1
MODIFY CARRIER ACCESS CODE LIST 4038.52 3 MOD_CACLST -1... 1
CANCEL MALICIOUS CALL ID REC. CENTER 4019.13 3 CAN_CALIDREC -1... 1
CREATE MALICIOUS CALL ID REC. CENTER 4016.13 3 CR_CALIDREC -1... 2
DISPLAY MALICIOUS CALL ID REC. CENTER 4018.13 3 DISP_CALIDREC -1... 1
MODIFY MALICIOUS CALL ID REC. CENTER 4017.13 3 MOD_CALIDREC -1... 2
ACCEPT CALL 1272.15 3 ACCEP_CALL -1... 2
RELEASE CALL 1279.01 3 REL_CALL -1... 1
SET UP CALL 1282.03 3 SETUP_CALL -1... 1
DISPLAY CALL PROCESSING DATA 639.80 3 DISP_CALLDAT -1... 6
ACCEPT CALL IDENTIFICATION 1484.01 3 ACCEP_CALLID -1... 1
MODIFY CALL MONITORING 713.15 3 MOD_CALLMON -1... 2
CALL MONITORING 711.24 3 START_CALLMON -1... 4
STOP CALL MONITORING 712.15 3 STOP_CALLMON -1... 1

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ACTIVATE CALL PROCESSING BASIC OPERATION 3513.00 3 ACT_CALLPBOP -1... 1


DISPLAY CALL PROCESSING OPTIONS 1945.07 3 DISP_CALLPOPT -1... 2
MODIFY CALL PROCESSING OPTIONS 1950.16 3 MOD_CALLPOPT -1... 33
ACTIVATE CALL TRACER 637.89 3 ACT_CALLTRAC -1... 8
CANCEL CALL TRACER 644.00 3 CAN_CALLTRAC -1... 1
DEACTIVATE CALL TRACER 2761.00 3 DACT_CALLTRAC -1... 1
DISPLAY CALL TRACER 643.00 3 DISP_CALLTRAC -1... 1
DUMP CALL TRACER 2757.01 3 DMP_CALLTRAC -1... 2
ENTER CALL TRACER OBJECT DATA 2750.10 3 ENTR_CALLTRAC -1... 46
CANCEL CALL TYPE DATA 3387.05 3 CAN_CALLTYPE -1... 1
CREATE CALL TYPE DATA 2395.07 3 CR_CALLTYPE -1... 14
DISPLAY CALL TYPE DATA 3386.07 3 DISP_CALLTYPE -1... 4
MODIFY CALL TYPE DATA 2396.07 3 MOD_CALLTYPE -1... 20
CANCEL CALL PROCESSOR 3165.00 3 CAN_CAP -1... 1
CONFIGURE CALL PROCESSOR 1090.00 3 CONF_CAP -1... 1
CREATE CALL PROCESSOR 3157.00 3 CR_CAP -1... 1
DIAGNOSE CALL PROCESSOR 1110.00 3 DIAG_CAP -1... 2
DISPLAY CALL PROCESSOR 3161.00 3 DISP_CAP -1... 1
TEST CALL PROCESSOR 1129.01 3 TEST_CAP -1... 1
CANCEL CATASTROPHE CONDITION 253.44 3 CAN_CATAST -1... 1
DISPLAY CATASTROPHE CONDITION 254.44 3 DISP_CATAST -1... 1
ENTER CATASTROPHE CONDITION 252.44 3 ENTR_CATAST -1... 1
DISPLAY CALL BOOKING DATA 571.76 3 DISP_CBDATA -1... 1
ENTER CALL BOOKING DATA 580.75 3 ENTR_CBDATA -1... 1
CANCEL CALL BOOKING LIMIT DATA 737.77 3 CAN_CBLIMIT -1... 3
CREATE CALL BOOKING LIMIT DATA 736.78 3 CR_CBLIMIT -1... 3
DISPLAY CALL BOOKING LIMIT 574.78 3 DISP_CBLIMIT -1... 2
MODIFY CALL BOOKING LIMIT DATA 859.78 3 MOD_CBLIMIT -1... 4
ACTIVATE CODE BLOCK POINT GROUP 3025.02 3 ACT_CBPGRP -1... 1
CANCEL CODE BLOCK POINT GROUP 3026.03 3 CAN_CBPGRP -1... 1
CREATE CODE BLOCK POINT GROUP 3027.04 3 CR_CBPGRP -1... 2
DEACTIVATE CODE BLOCK POINT GROUP 3028.02 3 DACT_CBPGRP -1... 1
DISPLAY CODE BLOCK POINT GROUP 3029.02 3 DISP_CBPGRP -1... 1
MODIFY CODE BLOCK POINT GROUP 3030.04 3 MOD_CBPGRP -1... 2
CANCEL CODE BLOCK POINT 328.85 3 CAN_CBPT -1... 2
CREATE CODE BLOCK POINT 326.87 3 CR_CBPT -1... 4
DISPLAY CODE BLOCK POINT 329.84 3 DISP_CBPT -1... 2
MODIFY CODE BLOCK POINT 327.85 3 MOD_CBPT -1... 3
DISPLAY COIN BOX PULSE 250.01 3 DISP_CBPULS -1... 1
ENTER COIN BOX PULSE 251.02 3 ENTR_CBPULS -1... 1
CONFIGURE CENTRAL CLOCK GENERATOR 928.60 3 CONF_CCG -1... 1
DISPLAY CENTRAL CLOCK GENERATOR 921.10 3 DISP_CCG -1... 1
DISPLAY STATUS OF CCG 143.80 3 STAT_CCG -1... 1
DISPLAY CCG-PARAMETER 1549.21 3 DISP_CCGPAR -1... 5
MODIFY CCG-PARAMETER 1548.21 3 MOD_CCGPAR -1... 5
CONFIGURE CCNC 502.71 3 CONF_CCNC -1... 11
DIAGNOSE CCNC 503.72 3 DIAG_CCNC -1... 4
DISPLAY OST OF CCNC 506.71 3 STAT_CCNC -1... 1
ACTIVATE CCNC TRACER 779.15 3 ACT_CCNCTRAC -1... 5
CANCEL CCNC TRACER 783.20 3 CAN_CCNCTRAC -1... 1
DISPLAY CCNC TRACER 782.20 3 DISP_CCNCTRAC -1... 1
DUMP CCNC TRACER 3509.00 3 DMP_CCNCTRAC -1... 1
DISPLAY CALL CATEGORY STATUS 625.01 3 DISP_CCSTAT -1... 1
ACTIVATE CALL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM DATA 3378.05 3 ACT_CDS -1... 2
CANCEL CALL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM DATA 3377.07 3 CAN_CDS -1... 1
CREATE CALL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM DATA 2393.07 3 CR_CDS -1... 9
DISPLAY CALL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM DATA 3379.07 3 DISP_CDS -1... 7
MODIFY CALL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM DATA 2394.07 3 MOD_CDS -1... 14
DISPLAY CDS STATISTICS FILE 2433.03 3 DISP_CDSFILE -1... 7
ACTIVATE A CDS TIME PROGRAM DATA 3858.07 3 ACT_CDSPROG -1... 1
CANCEL CDS TIME PROGRAM DATA 3856.07 3 CAN_CDSPROG -1... 2
DEACTIVATE A CDS TIME PROGRAM DATA 3859.07 3 DACT_CDSPROG -1... 1
DISPLAY CDS TIME PROGRAM DATA 3857.07 3 DISP_CDSPROG -1... 6
ENTER CDS TIME PROGRAM DATA 3855.07 3 ENTR_CDSPROG -1... 4
CANCEL CDS PROGRAM TIME DATA 3851.07 3 CAN_CDSPRTIM -1... 2
CREATE CDS PROGRAM TIME DATA 3850.07 3 CR_CDSPRTIM -1... 2
DISPLAY CDS PROGRAM TIME DATA 3853.07 3 DISP_CDSPRTIM -1... 2
MODIFY CDS PROGRAM TIME DATA 3852.07 3 MOD_CDSPRTIM -1... 2
ACTIVATE CDS STATUS REPORT 2431.02 3 ACT_CDSSTAT -1... 1
DISPLAY CDS STATUS REPORT 2432.02 3 DISP_CDSSTAT -1... 2
CANCEL CALL DATA TREATMENT DATA 2791.11 3 CAN_CDTDAT -1... 6
DISPLAY CALL DATA TREATMENT DATA 2796.02 3 DISP_CDTDAT -1... 1
ENTER CALL DATA TREATMENT DATA 2799.11 3 ENTR_CDTDAT -1... 15
RESET COMMAND FILE OPTIONS 952.00 3 RESET_CFOPT -1... 1

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SET COMMAND FILE OPTIONS 951.01 3 SET_CFOPT -1... 2


DISPLAY CALL FAILURE TREATMENT 1208.00 3 DISP_CFT -1... 1
ENTER CALL FAILURE TREATMENT 1207.00 3 ENTR_CFT -1... 1
DISPLAY COMMAND FILE TIME JOB 648.01 3 DISP_CFTJOB -1... 1
DISPLAY CHARGING DATA RECORDS 3819.03 3 DISP_CHAREC -1... 31
DISPLAY CHARGING FAULT TREATMENT RECORD 2420.03 3 DISP_CHF -1... 3
ACTIVATE CHARGING FAULT TREATMENT CASE 2182.03 3 ACT_CHFCASE -1... 2
CREATE CHARGING FAULT TREATMENT CASE 2181.01 3 CR_CHFCASE -1... 1
DEACTIVATE CHARGING FAULT TREATMENT CASE 2183.03 3 DACT_CHFCASE -1... 2
DISPLAY CHARGING FAULT TREATMENT CASE 2184.02 3 DISP_CHFCASE -1... 2
MODIFY CHARGING FAULT TREATMENT CASE 2419.03 3 MOD_CHFCASE -1... 3
DISPLAY CHARGING FAULT TREATMENT STATUS 2186.02 3 DISP_CHFSTAT -1... 1
MODIFY CHARGING FAULT TREATMENT STATUS 2185.02 3 MOD_CHFSTAT -1... 1
DISPLAY CHARGING FEATURES 3760.03 3 DISP_CHRGFEA -1... 1
MODIFY CHARGING FEATURES 3759.04 3 MOD_CHRGFEA -1... 4
DISPLAY CHARGING OPTIONS 4130.01 3 DISP_CHRGOPT -1... 1
MODIFY CHARGING OPTIONS 4124.03 3 MOD_CHRGOPT -1... 7
CANCEL COMMAND INTERFACE FOR TERADYNE 3799.00 3 CAN_CITERA -1... 1
CONFIGURE COMMAND INTERFACE FOR TERADYNE 3800.00 3 CONF_CITERA -1... 1
CREATE COMMAND INTERFACE FOR TERADYNE 3798.00 3 CR_CITERA -1... 1
DISPLAY COMMAND INTERFACE FOR TERADYNE 3801.00 3 DISP_CITERA -1... 1
MODIFY COMMAND INTERFACE FOR TERADYNE 3802.00 3 MOD_CITERA -1... 2
ACTIVATE CONNECTION LIST TRACER 2814.00 3 ACT_CLSTTRAC -1... 1
CANCEL CONNECTION LIST TRACER 2802.00 3 CAN_CLSTTRAC -1... 1
DEACTIVATE CONNECTION LIST TRACER 2803.00 3 DACT_CLSTTRAC -1... 1
DISPLAY CONNECTION LIST TRACER 2804.00 3 DISP_CLSTTRAC -1... 1
DUMP CONNECTION LIST TRACER 2805.01 3 DMP_CLSTTRAC -1... 1
ENTER CONNECTION LIST TRACER OBJECT DATA 2813.07 3 ENTR_CLSTTRAC -1... 8
SKIP COMMAND 1.00 3 SKIP_CMD -1... 1
EXECUTE COMMAND FILE 671.75 3 EXEC_CMDFILE -1... 3
CONFIGURE COMMON MEMORY 1102.00 3 CONF_CMY -1... 1
DIAGNOSE COMMON MEMORY 1113.00 3 DIAG_CMY -1... 1
TEST COMMON MEMORY 1131.01 3 TEST_CMY -1... 1
LOAD CMY FIRMWARE 4198.00 3 LOAD_CMYFW -1... 1
DUMP CCNC MEMORY IMMEDIATE DUMP 3897.00 3 DMP_CNIMDMP -1... 3
ACTIVATE CCNC PERMANENT PATCH 3899.00 3 ACT_CNPRPCH -1... 1
CANCEL CCNC PERMANENT PATCH 3902.00 3 CAN_CNPRPCH -1... 1
DEACTIVATE CCNC PERMANENT PATCH 3900.00 3 DACT_CNPRPCH -1... 1
DISPLAY CCNC PERMANENT PATCH 3903.01 3 DISP_CNPRPCH -1... 4
ENTER CCNC PERMANENT PATCH 3898.00 3 ENTR_CNPRPCH -1... 4
UPDATE CCNC PERMANENT PATCH 3901.00 3 UPD_CNPRPCH -1... 1
ACTIVATE CCNC TRANSIENT PATCH 3905.00 3 ACT_CNTRPCH -1... 1
CANCEL CCNC TRANSIENT PATCH 3907.00 3 CAN_CNTRPCH -1... 1
DEACTIVATE CCNC TRANSIENT PATCH 3906.00 3 DACT_CNTRPCH -1... 1
DISPLAY CCNC TRANSIENT PATCH 3908.01 3 DISP_CNTRPCH -1... 4
ENTER CCNC TRANSIENT PATCH 3904.00 3 ENTR_CNTRPCH -1... 2
CANCEL COUNTRY CODE 2450.44 3 CAN_CNTRYCOD -1... 1
DISPLAY COUNTRY CODE 2451.46 3 DISP_CNTRYCOD -1... 1
ENTER COUNTRY CODE 2449.46 3 ENTR_CNTRYCOD -1... 1
DISPLAY LARGE CONFERENCE 3508.07 3 DISP_CONFL -1... 2
MODIFY LARGE CONFERENCE 3507.07 3 MOD_CONFL -1... 1
CANCEL CONFERENCE 1932.07 3 CAN_CONFRNC -1... 1
CREATE CONFERENCE 1933.07 3 CR_CONFRNC -1... 1
DISPLAY CONFERENCE 1934.07 3 DISP_CONFRNC -1... 1
DISPLAY CONNECTIONS 1652.12 3 DISP_CONN -1... 6
RELEASE CONNECTION 1581.55 3 REL_CONN -1... 5
STAT COMMERCIAL PLATFORM 4167.00 3 STAT_COPL -1... 1
CONFIGURATE CONFERENCE UNIT 1492.18 3 CONF_COU -1... 1
DIAGNOSE CONFERENCE UNIT 1491.08 3 DIAG_COU -1... 1
DISPLAY STATUS OF CONFERENCE UNIT 1490.88 3 STAT_COU -1... 1
RECORD COORDINATION PROCESSOR 277.04 3 REC_CP -1... 4
ACTIVATE CP DUMP CONDITIONS 1066.20 3 ACT_CPDMPC -1... 2
DEACTIVATE CONDITIONAL CPDUMP 1068.02 3 DACT_CPDMPC -1... 1
DISPLAY CONDITIONAL CPDUMP 1067.00 3 DISP_CPDMPC -1... 1
DUMP CP MEMORY IMMEDIATE DUMP 3605.00 3 DMP_CPIMDMP -1... 3
DUMP CP MEMORY 1069.20 3 DMP_CPMEM -1... 2
ACTIVATE CP PERMANENT PATCH 3593.00 3 ACT_CPPRPCH -1... 2
CANCEL CP PERMANENT PATCH 3596.00 3 CAN_CPPRPCH -1... 1
DEACTIVATE CP PERMANENT PATCH 3594.00 3 DACT_CPPRPCH -1... 2
DISPLAY CP PERMANENT PATCH 3597.02 3 DISP_CPPRPCH -1... 4
ENTER CP PERMANENT PATCH 3592.00 3 ENTR_CPPRPCH -1... 4
UPDATE CP PERMANENT PATCH 3595.00 3 UPD_CPPRPCH -1... 1
CANCEL CODE POINT 21.49 3 CAN_CPT -1... 3
CREATE CODE POINT 19.58 3 CR_CPT -1... 17

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DISPLAY CODE POINT 197.58 3 DISP_CPT -1... 4


MERGE CODE POINT 387.58 3 MERGE_CPT -1... 6
MODIFY CODE POINT 314.58 3 MOD_CPT -1... 15
SPLIT CODE POINT 385.58 3 SPLIT_CPT -1... 7
CANCEL CODE POINT NOT ALLOWED FOR FEAT. 2160.46 3 CAN_CPTNAF -1... 1
CREATE CODE POINT NOT ALLOWED FOR FEAT. 2159.46 3 CR_CPTNAF -1... 1
DISPL. CODE POINTS NOT ALLOWED FOR FEAT. 2161.46 3 DISP_CPTNAF -1... 1
ACTIVATE CP TRANSIENT PATCH 3599.00 3 ACT_CPTRPCH -1... 2
CANCEL CP TRANSIENT PATCH 3601.00 3 CAN_CPTRPCH -1... 2
DEACTIVATE CP TRANSIENT PATCH 3600.00 3 DACT_CPTRPCH -1... 2
DISPLAY CP TRANSIENT PATCH 3602.02 3 DISP_CPTRPCH -1... 4
ENTER CP TRANSIENT PATCH 3598.00 3 ENTR_CPTRPCH -1... 2
ENTER CARRIER QUOTA DATA 1805.02 3 ENTR_CQDAT -1... 4
MODIFY CARRIER QUOTA DATA 1807.05 3 MOD_CQDAT -1... 9
CAN CARRIER QUOTA GROUP 1800.01 3 CAN_CQGRP -1... 1
CREATE CARRIER QUOTA GROUP 1802.03 3 CR_CQGRP -1... 2
DISPLAY CARRIER QUOTA GROUP 1804.02 3 DISP_CQGRP -1... 1
MODIFY CARRIER QUOTA GROUP 1808.02 3 MOD_CQGRP -1... 1
CONFIGURE CODE RECEIVER 383.78 3 CONF_CR -1... 2
DIAGNOSE CODE RECEIVER 996.18 3 DIAG_CR -1... 1
DISPLAY STATUS OF CODE RECEIVER 384.88 3 STAT_CR -1... 3
CANCEL CODE RECEIVER MODULE 186.73 3 CAN_CRMOD -1... 1
CREATE CODE RECEIVER MODULE 166.81 3 CR_CRMOD -1... 2
DISPLAY CODE RECEIVER MODULE 176.75 3 DISP_CRMOD -1... 1
CANCEL CENTRAL SERVICE CHANNEL 1087.01 3 CAN_CSC -1... 1
CONFIGURE CENTRAL SERVICE CHANNEL 1086.01 3 CONF_CSC -1... 1
CREATE CENTRAL SERVICE CHANNEL 1104.02 3 CR_CSC -1... 1
DISPLAY CENTRAL SERVICE CHANNEL 3031.00 3 DISP_CSC -1... 1
MODIFY CENTRAL SERVICE CHANNEL 3033.00 3 MOD_CSC -1... 1
CANCEL CENTRAL SERVICE CHANNEL GROUP 1495.00 3 CAN_CSCGRP -1... 1
CREATE CENTRAL SERVICE CHANNEL GROUP 1493.00 3 CR_CSCGRP -1... 1
DISPLAY CENTRAL SERVICE CHANNEL GROUP 1496.00 3 DISP_CSCGRP -1... 1
MODIFY CENTRAL SERVICE CHANNEL GROUP 1494.00 3 MOD_CSCGRP -1... 1
ACTIVATE CSC-TRACER 1073.06 3 ACT_CSCTRAC -1... 3
DEACTIVATE CSC-TRACER 1074.02 3 DACT_CSCTRAC -1... 1
DISPLAY CSC-TRACE COMMAND 1076.01 3 DISP_CSCTRAC -1... 1
DUMP CSC-TRACE DATA 1075.01 3 DMP_CSCTRAC -1... 1
ACTIVATE CALL STATUS FACILITY 2872.14 3 ACT_CSF -1... 12
DEACTIVATE CALL STATUS FACILITY 2871.09 3 DACT_CSF -1... 1
DISPLAY CALL STATUS FACILITY 2873.09 3 DISP_CSF -1... 1
DUMP CALL STATUS FACILITY 2874.09 3 DMP_CSF -1... 1
CANCEL COMMON SERVICE GROUP INTERCEPT 2427.05 3 CAN_CSGINC -1... 2
CREATE COMMON SERVICE GROUP INTERCEPT 2426.05 3 CR_CSGINC -1... 14
DISPLAY COMMON SERVICE GROUP INTERCEPT 2428.05 3 DISP_CSGINC -1... 2
CANCEL COMMON SERVICE GROUP DATA 3393.02 3 CAN_CSGRP -1... 1
CREATE COMMON SERVICE GROUP DATA 3392.07 3 CR_CSGRP -1... 18
DISPLAY COMMON SERVICE GROUP DATA 3395.05 3 DISP_CSGRP -1... 3
MODIFY COMMON SERVICE GROUP DATA 3394.07 3 MOD_CSGRP -1... 18
CANCEL COMMON SERVICE SUBSCRIBER DATA 3402.07 3 CAN_CSSUB -1... 22
DISPLAY COMMON SERVICE SUBSCRIBER DATA 3401.07 3 DISP_CSSUB -1... 12
ENTER COMMON SERVICE SUBSCRIBER DATA 3400.07 3 ENTR_CSSUB -1... 57
START CSWD PROCESSES 280.10 3 START_CSWD -1... 1
DISPLAY CALL CONTROL TIME 1032.00 3 DISP_CTRLTIME -1... 1
ENTER CALL CONTROL TIME 1031.01 3 ENTR_CTRLTIME -1... 1
TEST CIRCUIT TYPE 67.13 3 TEST_CTYPE -1... 6
CANCEL CLOSED USER GROUP 2764.04 3 CAN_CUG -1... 2
DISPLAY CLOSED USER GROUP DATA 2766.02 3 DISP_CUG -1... 2
ENTER CLOSED USER GROUP 2768.06 3 ENTR_CUG -1... 3
MODIFY CLOSED USER GROUP AUTHORIZATION 2770.02 3 MOD_CUGAUTH -1... 2
CANCEL CUSTOMER 3631.56 3 CAN_CUST -1... 1
CREATE CUSTOMER 3629.56 3 CR_CUST -1... 1
DISPLAY CUSTOMER 3632.56 3 DISP_CUST -1... 1
MODIFY CUSTOMER 3630.56 3 MOD_CUST -1... 1
CANCEL CUSTOMER CODE POINT 3635.56 3 CAN_CUSTCPT -1... 2
CREATE CUSTOMER CODE POINT 3633.56 3 CR_CUSTCPT -1... 3
DISPLAY CUSTOMER CODE POINT 3636.56 3 DISP_CUSTCPT -1... 2
MODIFY CUSTOMER CODE POINT 3634.56 3 MOD_CUSTCPT -1... 2
CANCEL CENTREX CAT FEATURE DATA 2898.63 3 CAN_CXCATFEA -1... 2
DISPLAY CENTREX CAT FEATURE DATA 2899.61 3 DISP_CXCATFEA -1... 1
ENTER CENTREX CAT FEATURE DATA 2901.63 3 ENTR_CXCATFEA -1... 2
CANCEL CENTREX CODE POINT 1338.64 3 CAN_CXCPT -1... 1
CREATE CENTREX CODE POINT 1336.72 3 CR_CXCPT -1... 19
DISPLAY CENTREX CODE POINT 1339.69 3 DISP_CXCPT -1... 5
MODIFY CENTREX CODE POINT 1337.72 3 MOD_CXCPT -1... 16

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CANCEL CENTREX DIRECTORY NUMBER 1328.63 3 CAN_CXDN -1... 1


CREATE CENTREX DIRECTORY NUMBER 1327.67 3 CR_CXDN -1... 4
DISPLAY CENTREX DIRECTORY NUMBER 1329.67 3 DISP_CXDN -1... 3
MODIFY CENTREX DIRECTORY NUMBER 1747.67 3 MOD_CXDN -1... 4
MODIFY CENTREX EQUIPMENT NUMBER 3274.04 3 MOD_CXEQN -1... 2
CANCEL CENTREX GROUP 1318.65 3 CAN_CXGRP -1... 1
CREATE CENTREX GROUP 1317.69 3 CR_CXGRP -1... 7
DISPLAY CENTREX GROUP DATA 1324.65 3 DISP_CXGRP -1... 3
MODIFY CENTREX GROUP 1319.69 3 MOD_CXGRP -1... 10
RECORD CENTREX GROUP 2953.03 3 REC_CXGRP -1... 12
DISPLAY CENTREX GROUP LTG RELATIONSHIP 2900.61 3 DISP_CXGRPLTG -1... 1
CANCEL CENTREX GROUP RESOURCES 3821.02 3 CAN_CXGRPRES -1... 2
DISPLAY CENTREX GROUP RESOURCES 3822.00 3 DISP_CXGRPRES -1... 3
ENTER CENTREX GROUP RESOURCES 3820.02 3 ENTR_CXGRPRES -1... 3
CANCEL CENTREX INTERCEPT 1341.66 3 CAN_CXINC -1... 1
CREATE CENTREX INTERCEPT 1340.67 3 CR_CXINC -1... 11
DISPLAY CENTREX INTERCEPT 1342.67 3 DISP_CXINC -1... 1
CANCEL CENTREX MDR DATA 3336.60 3 CAN_CXMDR -1... 1
DISPLAY CENTREX MDR DATA 1720.60 3 DISP_CXMDR -1... 1
ENTER CENTREX MDR DATA 3335.61 3 ENTR_CXMDR -1... 2
CANCEL CENTREX PRIVATE BRANCH EXCHANGE 2941.67 3 CAN_CXPBX -1... 3
DISPLAY CENTREX PRIVATE BRANCH EXCHANGE 2943.66 3 DISP_CXPBX -1... 3
ENTER CENTREX PRIVATE BRANCH EXCHANGE 2945.72 3 ENTR_CXPBX -1... 9
CANCEL CENTREX PBX LINE 2942.66 3 CAN_CXPBXLN -1... 2
DISPLAY CENTREX PBX LINE 2944.63 3 DISP_CXPBXLN -1... 3
ENTER CENTREX PBX LINE 2946.67 3 ENTR_CXPBXLN -1... 8
DISPLAY CTX SUBSCRIBER CONTROLED FEATURE 2326.06 3 DISP_CXSCFEA -1... 4
MODIFY CTX SUBSCRIBER CONTROLED FEATURE 2325.06 3 MOD_CXSCFEA -1... 32
CANCEL CENTREX SECURITY 3995.60 3 CAN_CXSEC -1... 1
DISPLAY CENTREX SECURITY 3996.60 3 DISP_CXSEC -1... 1
ENTER CENTREX SECURITY 3994.60 3 ENTR_CXSEC -1... 2
CANCEL CENTREX SUBSCRIBER 1333.67 3 CAN_CXSUB -1... 3
DISPLAY CENTREX SUBSCRIBER 1331.65 3 DISP_CXSUB -1... 4
ENTER CENTREX SUBSCRIBER 1330.71 3 ENTR_CXSUB -1... 10
CANCEL CENTREX ZONE POINT 3785.03 3 CAN_CXZOPT -1... 2
CREATE CENTREX ZONE POINT 3784.03 3 CR_CXZOPT -1... 3
DISPLAY CENTREX ZONE POINT 3786.03 3 DISP_CXZOPT -1... 3
MODIFY CENTREX ZONE POINT 3787.03 3 MOD_CXZOPT -1... 4
RELEASE CYCLIC FILE 410.03 3 REL_CYCFILE -1... 1
START DATA BASE 3568.00 3 START_DB -1... 1
MODIFY DATABASE OPTIONS 4045.00 3 MOD_DBOPT -1... 1
ACTIVATE DATABASE QUERY 4009.16 3 ACT_DBQUERY -1... 2
DISPLAY DATA BASE DESCRIPTION 1251.04 3 DISP_DBSIZE -1... 1
MODIFY DB-SIZE 1079.04 3 MOD_DBSIZE -1... 1
DISPLAY DCH BOOKING 2408.01 3 DISP_DCHBOOK -1... 2
DISPLAY DCH DELAY REPORT 2409.01 3 DISP_DCHDELAY -1... 1
DIAGNOSE DIGITAL CODE RECEIVER 998.08 3 DIAG_DCR -1... 1
DIAGNOSE DIGITAL ECHO SUPPRESSOR 997.08 3 DIAG_DES -1... 1
ACTIVATE DESTINATION 1799.01 3 ACT_DEST -1... 1
CANCEL DESTINATION 5.02 3 CAN_DEST -1... 1
CREATE DESTINATION 25.87 3 CR_DEST -1... 7
DEACTIVATE DESTINATION 1803.01 3 DACT_DEST -1... 1
DISPLAY DESTINATION 193.07 3 DISP_DEST -1... 2
MODIFY DESTINATION 412.89 3 MOD_DEST -1... 8
RECORD DESTINATION 261.07 3 REC_DEST -1... 5
CANCEL DESTINATION CONTROL DATA 2957.01 3 CAN_DESTCNTL -1... 2
ENTER DESTINATION CONTROL DATA 2958.01 3 ENTR_DESTCNTL -1... 2
CANCEL DESTINATION DATA 1801.03 3 CAN_DESTDAT -1... 1
ENTER DESTINATION DATA 1806.06 3 ENTR_DESTDAT -1... 3
MODIFY DESTINATION DATA 1809.05 3 MOD_DESTDAT -1... 3
DISPLAY DEVICE AUTHORIZATION 900.01 3 DISP_DEVAUT -1... 1
MODIFY DEVICE AUTHORIZATION 899.02 3 MOD_DEVAUT -1... 1
DISPLAY DIAGNOSIS STATISTICS 1118.00 3 DISP_DIAGSTAT -1... 1
DISPLAY DIGITS CP 2162.49 3 DISP_DIGITCP -1... 1
CANCEL DIGITS GP 915.01 3 CAN_DIGITGP -1... 1
CREATE DIGITS GP 992.52 3 CR_DIGITGP -1... 1
DISPLAY DIGITS GP 913.46 3 DISP_DIGITGP -1... 1
MODIFY DIGITS GP 1926.49 3 MOD_DIGITGP -1... 3
DISPLAY DISK 635.74 3 DISP_DISK -1... 6
PATCH DISK 634.75 3 PATCH_DISK -1... 1
STOP DISPLAY 379.70 3 STOP_DISP -1... 1
CONFIGURE DIGITAL INTERFACE UNIT 393.88 3 CONF_DIU -1... 1
DIAGNOSE DIGITAL INTERFACE UNIT 995.08 3 DIAG_DIU -1... 1
DISPLAY STATUS OF DIGITAL INTERFACE UNIT 356.88 3 STAT_DIU -1... 1

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DISPLAY DATA LINK CONNECTION IDENTIFIER 2936.03 3 DISP_DLCI -1... 4


CANCEL DIGITAL LINE UNIT 655.05 3 CAN_DLU -1... 1
CONFIGURE DIGITAL LINE UNIT 667.50 3 CONF_DLU -1... 2
CREATE DIGITAL LINE UNIT 652.83 3 CR_DLU -1... 5
DIAGNOSIS OF THE DIGITAL LINE UNIT 1020.50 3 DIAG_DLU -1... 1
DISPLAY DIGITAL LINE UNIT 649.03 3 DISP_DLU -1... 1
EXTEND DIGITAL LINE UNIT 657.09 3 EXT_DLU -1... 4
MODIFY DIGITAL LINE UNIT 4097.01 3 MOD_DLU -1... 2
RECORD DIGITAL LINE UNIT 1056.04 3 REC_DLU -1... 4
REDUCE DIGITAL LINE UNIT 656.07 3 RED_DLU -1... 2
STATUS DISPLAY OF DLU SYSTEMS 663.50 3 STAT_DLU -1... 1
CANCEL DIGITAL LINE UNIT EQUIPMENT 4102.01 3 CAN_DLUEQ -1... 1
CONFIGURE DLU EQUIPMENT 670.50 3 CONF_DLUEQ -1... 3
CREATE DIGITAL LINE UNIT EQUIPMENT 4100.01 3 CR_DLUEQ -1... 2
DIAGNOSIS OF DLU-EQUIPMENT 1022.50 3 DIAG_DLUEQ -1... 2
DISPLAY DIGITAL LINE UNIT EQUIPMENT 4103.01 3 DISP_DLUEQ -1... 2
MODIFY DIGITAL LINE UNIT EQUIPMENT 4101.01 3 MOD_DLUEQ -1... 2
DISPLAY OST OF DLU EQUIPMENT 665.50 3 STAT_DLUEQ -1... 3
TEST DLU LINE CIRCUIT 676.15 3 TEST_DLULC -1... 6
CANCEL DLU MODULE 654.11 3 CAN_DLUMOD -1... 2
CONFIGURE DLU MODULE 668.50 3 CONF_DLUMOD -1... 2
CREATE DIGITAL LINE UNIT MODULE 653.03 3 CR_DLUMOD -1... 13
DIAGNOSIS OF DLU-MODULES 1021.50 3 DIAG_DLUMOD -1... 1
DISPLAY DLU MODULE 651.09 3 DISP_DLUMOD -1... 2
MODIFY DIGITAL LINE UNIT MODULE 1041.11 3 MOD_DLUMOD -1... 3
STATUS DISPLAY OF DLU MODULES 664.50 3 STAT_DLUMOD -1... 2
DISPLAY TRANSIENT DLU PATH DATA 849.04 3 DISP_DLUPD -1... 1
CONFIGURE DLU PORTS 669.10 3 CONF_DLUPORT -1... 2
DISPLAY DIGITAL LINE UNIT PORT 661.13 3 DISP_DLUPORT -1... 2
SELECTIVE DISPLAY OF DLU PORT 650.05 3 SEL_DLUPORT -1... 2
DISPLAY STATUS OF DLU PORTS 666.07 3 STAT_DLUPORT -1... 2
ACT DUMP OF SAFEGUARDING MESSAGES 1942.00 3 ACT_DMPSGMSG -1... 1
DACT DUMP OF SAFEGUARDING MESSAGES 1944.00 3 DACT_DMPSGMSG -1... 1
DISP DUMP OF SAFEGUARDING MESSAGES 1946.00 3 DISP_DMPSGMSG -1... 1
CANCEL DIRECTORY NUMBER 990.84 3 CAN_DN -1... 1
CREATE DIRECTORY NUMBER 988.86 3 CR_DN -1... 2
DISPLAY DIRECTORY NUMBER DATA 192.83 3 DISP_DN -1... 3
EXTEND DIRECTORY NUMBER 2276.03 3 EXT_DN -1... 1
MODIFY DIRECTORY NUMBER 989.86 3 MOD_DN -1... 3
RECORD DIRECTORY NUMBERS 2924.04 3 REC_DN -1... 10
REDUCE DIRECTORY NUMBER 2277.04 3 RED_DN -1... 1
DISPLAY DIRECTORY NUMBER ATTRIBUTE 1050.46 3 DISP_DNATT -1... 1
ENTER DIRECTORY NUMBER ATTRIBUTE 1049.54 3 ENTR_DNATT -1... 2
CANCEL DIRECTORY NUMBER OBSERVATION JOB 2960.05 3 CAN_DNOBS -1... 1
DISPLAY DIRECTORY NUMBER OBSERVATION JOB 2961.04 3 DISP_DNOBS -1... 1
ENTER DIRECTORY NUMBER OBSERVATION JOB 2962.05 3 ENTR_DNOBS -1... 3
DISPLAY DESTINATION NUMBER POINTS 454.16 3 DISP_DNP -1... 1
CANCEL DIGITAL SWITCHBOARD 3404.03 3 CAN_DSB -1... 1
CREATE DIGITAL SWITCHBOARD 3403.07 3 CR_DSB -1... 5
DISPLAY DIGITAL SWITCHBOARD 3361.07 3 DISP_DSB -1... 5
MODIFY DIGITAL SWITCHBOARD 3405.07 3 MOD_DSB -1... 6
DISPLAY STATUS OF DIGITAL SWITCHBOARD 3362.04 3 STAT_DSB -1... 4
CANCEL DATA TERMINAL INTERFACE 567.02 3 CAN_DTI -1... 1
CONFIGURE DATA TERMINAL INTERFACE 568.00 3 CONF_DTI -1... 2
CREATE DATA TERMINAL INTERFACE 566.02 3 CR_DTI -1... 1
DISPLAY DTI 570.10 3 DISP_DTI -1... 1
DISPLAY OST OF DTI 569.10 3 STAT_DTI -1... 2
DISPLAY DUPLE TEST VALUES 3711.00 3 DISP_DUTVAL -1... 1
ENTER DUPLE TEST VALUES 3710.00 3 ENTR_DUTVAL -1... 2
CANCEL DEVICE GROUP 1791.01 3 CAN_DVGRP -1... 1
CREATE DEVICEGROUP 1793.01 3 CR_DVGRP -1... 2
SELECT DEVICE GROUP 1798.01 3 SEL_DVGRP -1... 1
DISP DEVICE GROUP LINK 1794.00 3 DISP_DVGRPLNK -1... 1
MODIFY DEVICE GROUP LINK 1796.02 3 MOD_DVGRPLNK -1... 2
CANCEL EXTERNAL ALARM LINE 1016.02 3 CAN_EAL -1... 1
CREATE EXTERNAL ALARM LINE 1015.03 3 CR_EAL -1... 1
DISPLAY EXTERNAL ALARM LINE 1017.01 3 DISP_EAL -1... 1
CREATE EAL LEVEL 1019.02 3 CR_EALLVL -1... 1
DISPLAY EAL LEVEL 1018.01 3 DISP_EALLVL -1... 1
EXECUTE EDT SYSTEM 8 270.00 3 EXEC_EDTS8 -1... 4
CANCEL ELEMENTARY MESSAGE 2338.00 3 CAN_ELMSG -1... 1
CREATE ELEMENTARY MESSAGE 2334.02 3 CR_ELMSG -1... 6
DISPLAY ELEMENTARY MESSAGE 2339.01 3 DISP_ELMSG -1... 2
MODIFY ELEMENTARY MESSAGE 2335.02 3 MOD_ELMSG -1... 6

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CANCEL ELEMENTARY MESSAGE ERROR 2341.00 3 CAN_ELMSGERR -1... 1


CREATE ELEMENTARY MESSAGE ERROR 2336.01 3 CR_ELMSGERR -1... 1
DISPLAY ELEMENTARY MESSAGE ERROR 2342.00 3 DISP_ELMSGERR -1... 1
MODIFY ELEMENTARY MESSAGE ERROR 2340.01 3 MOD_ELMSGERR -1... 1
RESET EMERGENCY OPERATION 647.01 3 RESET_EMERGOP -1... 1
DISPLAY ENCRYPTED KEYWORD 4029.01 3 DISP_ENKEY -1... 1
DISPLAY ENTITY OPTIONS 2969.03 3 DISP_ENTOPT -1... 1
MODIFY ENTITY OPTIONS 2977.03 3 MOD_ENTOPT -1... 2
MODIFY EQUIPMENT NUMBER 1860.19 3 MOD_EQN -1... 7
ACTIVATE EQUIPMENT TRAP 345.32 3 ACT_EQTRAP -1... 18
CANCEL EQUIPMENT TRAP 348.32 3 CAN_EQTRAP -1... 6
DISPLAY ERROR STATISTIC DATA 2815.06 3 DISP_ERRSTDAT -1... 10
Save Error Symptoms 1.00 3 SAVE_ERRSYMP -1... 2
TEST EDITOR OF MML MASK 1816.03 3 TEST_ET -1... 3
Cancel Event Destination 1.00 3 CAN_EVDEST -1... 1
Display Event Destination 1.00 3 DISP_EVDEST -1... 1
Create Event Destination CP 1.00 3 CR_EVDESTCP -1... 3
Modify Event Destination CP 1.00 3 MOD_EVDESTCP -1... 2
Cancel Event Log on CP 1.00 3 CAN_EVLOGCP -1... 1
Create Event Log on CP 1.00 3 CR_EVLOGCP -1... 3
Display Event Log on CP 1.00 3 DISP_EVLOGCP -1... 1
Modify Event Log on CP 1.00 3 MOD_EVLOGCP -1... 2
Display Event Log Records on CP 1.00 3 DISP_EVRECCP -1... 2
RECORD EXCHANGE DATA 290.06 3 REC_EXCH -1... 4
INTERFACE DCP TO SSP 940.01 3 STAT_EXCH -1... 1
ENTER EXCHANGE IDENTIFICATION 309.04 3 ENTR_EXCHID -1... 2
DISPLAY EXCHANGE DESCRIPTION DATA 1030.07 3 DISP_EXDDAT -1... 1
ENTER EXCHANGE DESCRIPTION DATA 1029.07 3 ENTR_EXDDAT -1... 3
RESET EXTRN-REFERENCE 1823.00 3 RSET_EXTREF -1... 1
SET EXTRN-REFERENCE 1824.00 3 SET_EXTREF -1... 1
CANCEL FACILITY INPUT CHARGING 2792.11 3 CAN_FAICHA -1... 4
CREATE FACILITY INPUT CHARGING 2794.11 3 CR_FAICHA -1... 5
DISPLAY FACILITY INPUT CHARGING 2797.11 3 DISP_FAICHA -1... 4
MODIFY FACILITY INPUT CHARGING 2800.11 3 MOD_FAICHA -1... 5
CANCEL FACILITY USAGE CHARGING 2793.11 3 CAN_FAUCHA -1... 3
CREATE FACILITY USAGE CHARGING 2795.11 3 CR_FAUCHA -1... 6
DISPLAY FACILITY USAGE CHARGING 2798.02 3 DISP_FAUCHA -1... 1
MODIFY FACILITY USAGE CHARGING 2801.11 3 MOD_FAUCHA -1... 6
START FILE CONTROL PROCESSING 279.10 3 START_FCP -1... 1
TEST FCP-FUNCTIONS 761.00 3 TEST_FCP -1... 1
DISPLAY FCS COUNTERS 1231.03 3 DISP_FCS -1... 2
CANCEL FILE GROUP 1879.02 3 CAN_FGRP -1... 1
CREATE FILE GROUP 1880.04 3 CR_FGRP -1... 2
DISPLAY FILE GROUPS 1876.02 3 DISP_FGRP -1... 1
MODIFY FILE GROUP 2328.00 3 MOD_FGRP -1... 1
DISPLAY FILE GROUP ATTRIBUTES 1507.02 3 DISP_FGRPATT -1... 1
RESET FILE GROUP ATTRIBUTES 1878.01 3 RSET_FGRPATT -1... 1
SET FILE GROUP ATTRIBUTES 1506.06 3 SET_FGRPATT -1... 3
CANCEL FILE GROUP PASSWORD 3410.00 3 CAN_FGRPPW -1... 1
RSET FILE GROUP PASSWORD 1886.01 3 RSET_FGRPPW -1... 1
SET FILE GROUP PASSWORD 1887.02 3 SET_FGRPPW -1... 2
CONFIGURE FRAME HANDLER MODULE 2917.08 3 CONF_FHM -1... 1
DIAGNOSE FRAME HANDLER MODULE 2918.08 3 DIAG_FHM -1... 1
DISPLAY STATUS OF FRAME HANDLER MODULE 2939.18 3 STAT_FHM -1... 1
Cancel NE Files 1.00 3 CAN_FILE -1... 1
CATALOG FILE 245.03 3 CAT_FILE -1... 2
CREATE FILE 237.06 3 CR_FILE -1... 1
DELETE FILE 235.04 3 DEL_FILE -1... 2
DISPLAY FILE 959.07 3 DISP_FILE -1... 2
Receive File from NE 1.00 3 RCV_FILE -1... 2
Send File to NE 1.00 3 SEND_FILE -1... 3
TRANSFER FILE 939.08 3 TRANS_FILE -1... 9
MODIFY FILE AUTHORIZATION 966.02 3 MOD_FILEAUT -1... 1
ACTIVATE FILE FEATURES 2382.00 3 ACT_FILEFEAT -1... 1
CANCEL FILE FEATURES 2381.00 3 CAN_FILEFEAT -1... 1
DEACTIVATE FILE FEATURES 2383.00 3 DACT_FILEFEAT -1... 1
DISPLAY FILE FEATURES 2384.00 3 DISP_FILEFEAT -1... 1
ENTER FILE FEATURES 2380.10 3 ENTR_FILEFEAT -1... 2
ENTER FILE PASSWORD 1891.00 3 ENTR_FILEPSW -1... 1
DISPLAY FILE SECURITY METHOD 3896.00 3 DISP_FILESEC -1... 1
SET FILE SECURITY METHOD 3895.00 3 SET_FILESEC -1... 1
DISPLAY FILETEXT 2837.00 3 DISP_FILETEXT -1... 1
CANCEL FILE TRANSFERS 3246.00 3 CAN_FILETRF -1... 1
DISPLAY FILE TRANSFERS 2870.01 3 DISP_FILETRF -1... 1

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STOP FILE TRANSFERS 3245.00 3 STOP_FILETRF -1... 1


DISPLAY FACILITY INPUT RECORDING RECORD 3104.05 3 DISP_FIRREC -1... 2
ACTIVATE FIXPOINT 2683.01 3 ACT_FIXPOINT -1... 2
DEACTIVATE FIXPOINT 2691.00 3 DACT_FIXPOINT -1... 1
DISPLAY FIXPOINT 2693.01 3 DISP_FIXPOINT -1... 1
ACTIVATE FILE NAME SEGMENT 958.02 3 ACT_FNS -1... 1
CANCEL FILE NAME SEGMENT 968.02 3 CAN_FNS -1... 1
DEACTIVATE FILE NAME SEGMENT 1508.00 3 DACT_FNS -1... 1
DISPLAY FILE NAME SEGMENT 956.01 3 DISP_FNS -1... 1
ENTER FILE NAME SEGMENT 967.02 3 ENTR_FNS -1... 1
CANCEL FRAME HANDLER REFERENCE 2934.03 3 CAN_FRAMEHD -1... 1
CREATE FRAME HANDLER REFERENCE 2935.05 3 CR_FRAMEHD -1... 5
DISPLAY FRAME HANDLER REFERENCE 2937.04 3 DISP_FRAMEHD -1... 1
MODIFY FRAME HANDLER REFERENCE 2938.05 3 MOD_FRAMEHD -1... 3
REC FRAMEHANDLER 3078.00 3 REC_FRAMEHD -1... 4
Display File Security Configuration 1.00 3 DISP_FSCFG -1... 1
Modify File Security Configuration 1.00 3 MOD_FSCFG -1... 1
Cancel File Security File Group 1.00 3 CAN_FSFGRP -1... 1
Create File Security File Group 1.00 3 CR_FSFGRP -1... 3
Display File Security File Group 1.00 3 DISP_FSFGRP -1... 2
Modify File Security File Group 1.00 3 MOD_FSFGRP -1... 3
Modify File Security File Group Password 1.00 3 MOD_FSFGRPPW -1... 2
Reset File Security File Group Password 1.00 3 RSET_FSFGRPPW -1... 2
Cancel File Security Initiator Group 1.00 3 CAN_FSINIGRP -1... 1
Create File Security Initiator Group 1.00 3 CR_FSINIGRP -1... 1
Display File Security Initiator Group 1.00 3 DISP_FSINIGRP -1... 1
Modify File Security Initiator Group 1.00 3 MOD_FSINIGRP -1... 1
Cancel File Security Rule 1.00 3 CAN_FSRULE -1... 1
Create File Security Rule 1.00 3 CR_FSRULE -1... 3
Display File Security Rule 1.00 3 DISP_FSRULE -1... 2
Modify File Security Rule 1.00 3 MOD_FSRULE -1... 2
CANCEL FUNCTIONAL O&M TERMINAL 1510.01 3 CAN_FUOMT -1... 1
CREATE FUNCTIONAL O&M TERMINAL 1509.01 3 CR_FUOMT -1... 1
SELECT FUNCTIONAL O&M TERMINALS 1511.01 3 SEL_FUOMT -1... 1
DISPLAY FUNCTIONAL O&M TERMINAL LINKS 1512.00 3 DISP_FUOMTLNK -1... 1
MODIFY FUNCTIONAL O&M TERMINAL LINKS 1513.01 3 MOD_FUOMTLNK -1... 1
ACTIVATE FIRMWARE AUDIT 4217.00 3 ACT_FWAUDIT -1... 1
DEACTIVATE FIRMWARE AUDIT 4218.00 3 DACT_FWAUDIT -1... 1
DISPLAY FIRMWARE AUDIT ATTRIBUTES 4219.00 3 DISP_FWAUDIT -1... 1
MODIFY DATA FOR FW CHECKSUM AUDIT 4220.00 3 MOD_FWAUDIT -1... 1
COPY FIRMWARE LOAD 4015.01 3 COPY_FWLOAD -1... 2
DISPLAY FIRMWARE LOAD 4013.01 3 DISP_FWLOAD -1... 2
LOAD FIRMWARE LOAD 4014.01 3 LOAD_FWLOAD -1... 2
ACTIVATE GENERATION 1204.03 3 ACT_GEN -1... 1
CANCEL GENERATION 1299.01 3 CAN_GEN -1... 1
COPY GENERATION 1302.06 3 COPY_GEN -1... 6
DISPLAY GENERATION 1298.02 3 DISP_GEN -1... 1
ENTER GENERATION 1081.03 3 ENTR_GEN -1... 3
MERGE GENERATION 2698.00 3 MERGE_GEN -1... 2
MODIFY GENERATION 2699.02 3 MOD_GEN -1... 2
UPDATE GENERATION 1202.00 3 UPD_GEN -1... 1
RECORD GRADE OF SERVICE 692.03 3 REC_GOS -1... 4
RECORD GROUP PROCESSOR 276.15 3 REC_GP -1... 4
DISPLAY GP DATA STRUCTURE 3569.15 3 DISP_GPDAT -1... 5
TEST GP DATABASE ELEMENT 2180.27 3 TEST_GPELEM -1... 4
TEST GP GROUP DATA 4026.32 3 TEST_GPGROUP -1... 5
CAN GTT CALLING PARTY ADDR. CONV. DATA 2834.30 3 CAN_GTCGPACD -1... 1
DISP GTT CALLING PARTY ADDR. CONV. DATA 2835.30 3 DISP_GTCGPACD -1... 1
ENTER GTT CALLING PARTY ADDR. CONV. DATA 2836.41 3 ENTR_GTCGPACD -1... 4
CANCEL GLOBAL TITLE TRANSL. CODE POINT 2617.30 3 CAN_GTCPT -1... 1
CREATE GLOBAL TITLE TRANSL. CODE POINT 1970.41 3 CR_GTCPT -1... 5
DISPLAY GLOBAL TITLE TRANSL. CODE POINT 2641.50 3 DISP_GTCPT -1... 1
MERGE GLOBAL TITLE TRANSL. CODE POINT 3122.41 3 MERGE_GTCPT -1... 34
MODIFY GLOBAL TITLE TRANSL. CODE POINT 1998.41 3 MOD_GTCPT -1... 4
SPLIT GLOBAL TITLE TRANSL. CODE POINT 3123.50 3 SPLIT_GTCPT -1... 2
CANCEL GLOBAL TITLE TRANSL. DESTINATION 2618.30 3 CAN_GTDEST -1... 1
CREATE GLOBAL TITLE TRANSL. DESTINATION 1971.41 3 CR_GTDEST -1... 16
DISPLAY GLOBAL TITLE TRANSL. DESTINATION 2642.50 3 DISP_GTDEST -1... 1
MODIFY GLOBAL TITLE TRANSL. DESTINATION 1999.41 3 MOD_GTDEST -1... 19
CANCEL GLOBAL TITLE TRANSL. DIGIT TREE 2619.50 3 CAN_GTDIGTR -1... 1
CREATE GLOBAL TITLE TRANSL. DIGIT TREE 1972.41 3 CR_GTDIGTR -1... 4
DISPLAY GLOBAL TITLE TRANSL. DIGIT TREE 2643.41 3 DISP_GTDIGTR -1... 3
MODIFY GLOBAL TITLE TRANSL. DIGIT TREE 2660.41 3 MOD_GTDIGTR -1... 3
DISPLAY HEAP MANAGEMENT STATISTICS 375.00 3 DISP_HMSTAT -1... 1

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START HEAP MANAGEMENT STATISTICS 374.00 3 START_HMSTAT -1... 1


STOP HEAP MANAGEMENT STATISTICS 373.00 3 STOP_HMSTAT -1... 1
CANCEL HOLIDAY 55.16 3 CAN_HOLIDAY -1... 2
DISPLAY HOLIDAY 53.39 3 DISP_HOLIDAY -1... 1
ENTER HOLIDAY 54.16 3 ENTR_HOLIDAY -1... 2
CANCEL THE HOT OPERATION FEATURE 4194.00 3 CAN_HOPFEAT -1... 2
CREATE THE HOT OPERATION FEATURE 4193.01 3 CR_HOPFEAT -1... 3
DISPLAY THE HOT OPERATION FEATURES 4195.00 3 DISP_HOPFEAT -1... 1
MODIFY THE HOT OPERATION FEATURE 4196.01 3 MOD_HOPFEAT -1... 3
DISPLAY THE STATUS OF THE OPERATION LINK 4197.00 3 STAT_HOPFEAT -1... 1
ACT HARD TO REACH CONTROL DESTINATION 3688.00 3 ACT_HTRCDEST -1... 1
DACT HARD TO REACH CONTROL DESTINATION 3689.00 3 DACT_HTRCDEST -1... 1
DISP HARD TO REACH CONTROL DESTINATION 3691.01 3 DISP_HTRCDEST -1... 1
MOD HARD TO REACH CONTROL DESTINATION 3690.01 3 MOD_HTRCDEST -1... 2
ACTIVATE HW-TRACER INTERRUPT 1138.00 3 ACT_HWTRAC -1... 1
DEACTIVATE HW-TRACER INTERRUPT 1140.00 3 DACT_HWTRAC -1... 1
DISPLAY HW-TRACERSTATE 1139.00 3 DISP_HWTRAC -1... 1
START HW-TRACER 1142.00 3 START_HWTRAC -1... 1
STOP HW-TRACER 1143.00 3 STOP_HWTRAC -1... 1
CANCEL IACHASTA OBJECT 2386.04 3 CAN_IACOBJ -1... 8
CREATE IACHASTA OBJECT 2385.04 3 CR_IACOBJ -1... 8
DISPLAY IACHASTA OBJECT 2387.04 3 DISP_IACOBJ -1... 9
ACTIVATE IACHASTA REGISTRATION 2397.04 3 ACT_IACRG -1... 4
DEACTIVATE IACHASTA REGISTRATION 2398.02 3 DACT_IACRG -1... 2
DISPLAY IACHASTA REGISTRATION 2399.02 3 DISP_IACRG -1... 1
CANCEL IACHASTA REGISTRATION POINT 2389.04 3 CAN_IACRGPT -1... 2
CREATE IACHASTA REGISTRATION POINT 2388.05 3 CR_IACRGPT -1... 7
DISPLAY IACHASTA REGISTRATION POINT 2391.04 3 DISP_IACRGPT -1... 4
MODIFY IACHASTA REGISTRATION POINT 2390.05 3 MOD_IACRGPT -1... 4
DISPLAY IACHASTA SCHEDULE 2441.02 3 DISP_IACSCHED -1... 1
MODIFY IACHASTA SCHEDULE 2440.02 3 MOD_IACSCHED -1... 2
DISPLAY IACHASTA SETTINGS 2364.02 3 DISP_IACSET -1... 1
ENTER IACHASTA SETTINGS 2363.04 3 ENTR_IACSET -1... 1
DISPLAY IACHASTA TRAFFIC DISTINCTION 2453.02 3 DISP_IACTRADI -1... 1
MODIFY IACHASTA TRAFFIC DISTINCTION 2438.04 3 MOD_IACTRADI -1... 6
CANCEL INITIATOR ADDRESS LIST 2479.08 3 CAN_IADLST -1... 1
DISPLAY INITIATOR ADDRESS LIST 2480.08 3 DISP_IADLST -1... 1
ENTER INITIATOR ADDRESS LIST 2478.08 3 ENTR_IADLST -1... 1
ACTIVATE INDIVIDUAL CALL DATA FEATURE 835.19 3 ACT_IAFEAT -1... 13
CANCEL INDIVIDUAL CALL DATA FEATURE 836.18 3 CAN_IAFEAT -1... 1
DISPLAY INDIVIDUAL CALL DATA FEATURES 833.18 3 DISP_IAFEAT -1... 1
MODIFY INDIVIDUAL CALL DATA FEATURE 3946.18 3 MOD_IAFEAT -1... 1
ACTIVATE INDIV. CALL DATA ADMIN. OPTIONS 831.01 3 ACT_IAOPT -1... 1
CANCEL INDIV. CALL DATA ADMIN. OPTIONS 832.01 3 CAN_IAOPT -1... 1
DISPLAY INDIV. CALL DATA ADMIN. OPTIONS 834.01 3 DISP_IAOPT -1... 1
COPY IARACCOUNT 718.00 3 COPY_IARACCT -1... 1
CANCEL IARSTAT CONNEC.GROUP ASSIGNMENTS 2783.01 3 CAN_IARCON -1... 2
DISPLAY IARSTAT CONNEC.GROUP ASSIGNMENTS 2785.00 3 DISP_IARCON -1... 1
ENTER IARSTAT CONNEC.GROUP ASSIGNMENTS 2788.01 3 ENTR_IARCON -1... 2
DISPLAY IARA STATISTICS DATA 541.01 3 DISP_IARDAT -1... 2
MODIFY IARA STATISTICS DATA 540.70 3 MOD_IARDAT -1... 2
CANCEL IARSTAT CONNECTION GROUPS 2787.00 3 CAN_IARGRP -1... 1
CREATE IARSTAT CONNECTION GROUPS 2784.00 3 CR_IARGRP -1... 1
DISPLAY IARSTAT CONNECTION GROUPS 2786.00 3 DISP_IARGRP -1... 1
DISPLAY IARA STATISTICS JOB 636.00 3 DISP_IARJOB -1... 1
CANCEL IARSTAT MATRIX POINT 716.03 3 CAN_IARMPT -1... 2
CREATE IARSTAT MATRIX POINT 1000.03 3 CR_IARMPT -1... 3
DISPLAY IARSTAT MATRIX POINT 715.03 3 DISP_IARMPT -1... 3
CANCEL IARA STATISTICS NAME 704.05 3 CAN_IARNAME -1... 10
DISPLAY IARA STATISTICS NAME 542.05 3 DISP_IARNAME -1... 5
ENTER IARA STATISTICS NAME 703.05 3 ENTR_IARNAME -1... 10
MODIFY IARA STATISTICS NAME 705.05 3 MOD_IARNAME -1... 10
CANCEL IARSTAT SAVING DATE 1290.00 3 CAN_IARSAVDA -1... 1
DISPLAY IARSTAT SAVING DATE 1289.00 3 DISP_IARSAVDA -1... 1
ENTER IARSTAT SAVING DATE 1288.00 3 ENTR_IARSAVDA -1... 1
DISPLAY IARA STATISTICS 539.71 3 DISP_IARSTAT -1... 2
RECORD IARA STATISTICS 538.72 3 REC_IARSTAT -1... 2
CANCEL IARSTAT TIME PERIOD 339.75 3 CAN_IARTMPD -1... 2
CREATE IARSTAT TIME PERIOD 337.75 3 CR_IARTMPD -1... 2
DISPLAY IARA TIME PERIOD 334.71 3 DISP_IARTMPD -1... 1
MODIFY IARSTAT TIME PERIOD 338.75 3 MOD_IARTMPD -1... 2
CANCEL IARA STATISTICS ZONE 545.71 3 CAN_IARZONE -1... 2
DISPLAY IARA STATISTICS ZONE 546.00 3 DISP_IARZONE -1... 2
ENTER IARA STATISTICS ZONE 543.71 3 ENTR_IARZONE -1... 2

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MODIFY IARA STATISTICS ZONE 544.71 3 MOD_IARZONE -1... 2


RECORD ISDN BASIC ACCESS D-CHANNEL LOAD 2925.05 3 REC_IBADCH -1... 9
ACTIVATE INITIATOR BASED FILE SECURITY 3913.00 3 ACT_IBFS -1... 1
DEACTIVATE INITIATOR BASED FILE SECURITY 3914.00 3 DACT_IBFS -1... 1
DISPLAY INITIATOR BASED FILE SEC. STATUS 3915.00 3 DISP_IBFS -1... 1
CALL IDS 298.01 3 CALL_IDS -1... 1
START IDS 297.01 3 START_IDS -1... 1
SWITCH OFF IDENTIFICATION TONE 2368.01 3 SWOFF_IDTONE -1... 1
SWITCH ON IDENTIFICATION TONE 46.04 3 SWON_IDTONE -1... 1
DISPLAY STATUS OF LAYER 1 FOR ISDN PORTS 1591.01 3 STAT_ILAYER1 -1... 2
CANCEL IN AUTHORIZATION 3804.02 3 CAN_INAUTH -1... 1
CREATE IN AUTHORIZATION 3803.02 3 CR_INAUTH -1... 2
DISPLAY IN AUTHORIZATION 3806.02 3 DISP_INAUTH -1... 2
MODIFY IN AUTHORIZATION 3805.02 3 MOD_INAUTH -1... 3
CANCEL INTERCEPT 82.13 3 CAN_INC -1... 6
CREATE INTERCEPT 81.13 3 CR_INC -1... 68
DISPLAY INTERCEPT 194.13 3 DISP_INC -1... 16
TEST INDAS ANNOUNCEMENT 4265.00 3 TEST_INDAN -1... 13
DISPLAY INDICATION STATUS 1487.04 3 DISP_INDIC -1... 1
DISP INTELL.NETWORK EXCHANGE DATA 3244.04 3 DISP_INEXDATA -1... 1
ENTR INTELL.NETWORK EXCHANGE DATA 3243.04 3 ENTR_INEXDATA -1... 1
Cancel Initiator CP 1.00 3 CAN_INICP -1... 1
Create Initiator CP 1.00 3 CR_INICP -1... 3
Display Initiator CP 1.00 3 DISP_INICP -1... 2
Modify Initiator CP 1.00 3 MOD_INICP -1... 3
CANCEL IN OVERLOAD CONTROL DATA 3169.08 3 CAN_INOVLCO -1... 2
DISPLAY IN OVERLOAD CONTROL DATA 3167.08 3 DISP_INOVLCO -1... 2
ENTER IN OVERLOAD CONTROL DATA 3168.06 3 ENTR_INOVLCO -1... 3
CAN IN SERVICE CLASS MARK 2413.03 3 CAN_INSCM -1... 1
CREATE IN SERVICE CLASS MARK 2411.09 3 CR_INSCM -1... 25
DISP IN SERVICE CLASS MARK 2414.03 3 DISP_INSCM -1... 2
MODIFY IN SERVICE CLASS MARK 2412.09 3 MOD_INSCM -1... 27
ACTIVATE IN SERVICE CLASS MARK REFERENCE 3673.02 3 ACT_INSCMREF -1... 9
CANCEL IN SERVICE CLASS MARK REFERENCE 2417.03 3 CAN_INSCMREF -1... 8
CREATE IN SERVICE CLASS MARK REFERENCE 2415.03 3 CR_INSCMREF -1... 10
DEACTIVATE IN SERVICE CLASS MARK REF. 3674.02 3 DACT_INSCMREF -1... 8
DISPLAY IN SERVICE CLASS MARK REFERENCE 2418.03 3 DISP_INSCMREF -1... 7
MODIFY IN SERVICE CLASS MARK REFERENCE 2416.03 3 MOD_INSCMREF -1... 9
ACT INTELL.NETWORK SERVICE LOGIC DATA 2818.08 3 ACT_INSLDAT -1... 1
CAN INTELL.NETWORK SERVICE LOGIC DATA 2820.08 3 CAN_INSLDAT -1... 1
DACT INTELL.NETWORK SERVICE LOGIC DATA 2831.08 3 DACT_INSLDAT -1... 1
DISP INTELL.NETWORK SERVICE LOGIC DATA 2825.09 3 DISP_INSLDAT -1... 2
ENTR INTELL.NETWORK SERVICE LOGIC DATA 2816.09 3 ENTR_INSLDAT -1... 10
END INSTALLATION RECOVERY 296.10 3 END_INSTALL -1... 1
RECORD INTELLIGENT NETWORK STATISTIC 3170.04 3 REC_INSTAT -1... 3
ENTER INSTALLATION GENERATION 1214.02 3 ENTR_INSTGEN -1... 2
TEST INTERNATIONAL TRUNK 1831.16 3 TEST_INTLTRK -1... 10
ACT INTELL.NETWORK TRIGGER PROFILE 2819.07 3 ACT_INTRIG -1... 1
CAN INTELL.NETWORK TRIGGER PROFILE 2821.05 3 CAN_INTRIG -1... 1
CR INTELL.NETWORK TRIGGER PROFILE 2823.50 3 CR_INTRIG -1... 22
DACT INTELL.NETWORK TRIGGER PROFILE 2824.05 3 DACT_INTRIG -1... 1
DISP INTELL.NETWORK TRIGGER PROFILE 2826.09 3 DISP_INTRIG -1... 2
MOD INTELL.NETWORK TRIGGER PROFILE 2828.50 3 MOD_INTRIG -1... 23
TEST INPUT/OUTPUT SYSTEM 1133.00 3 TEST_IO -1... 1
CANCEL INPUT/OUTPUT CONTROLLER 3154.00 3 CAN_IOC -1... 1
CONFIGURE INPUT/OUTPUT CONTROLLER 1100.00 3 CONF_IOC -1... 1
CREATE INPUT/OUTPUT CONTROLLER 3158.00 3 CR_IOC -1... 1
DIAGNOSE INPUT/OUTPUT CONTROLLER 1111.00 3 DIAG_IOC -1... 2
DISPLAY INPUT/OUTPUT CONTROLLER 1119.00 3 DISP_IOC -1... 1
TEST INPUT/OUTPUT CONTROLLER 1132.01 3 TEST_IOC -1... 1
CANCEL INPUT/OUTPUT PROCESSOR 1092.06 3 CAN_IOP -1... 1
CONFIGURE INPUT/OUTPUT PROCESSOR 1091.06 3 CONF_IOP -1... 1
CREATE INPUT/OUTPUT PROCESSOR 1105.10 3 CR_IOP -1... 6
DIAGNOSE INPUT/OUTPUT PROCESSOR 1114.06 3 DIAG_IOP -1... 3
DISPLAY INPUT/OUTPUT PROCESSOR 1120.06 3 DISP_IOP -1... 1
TEST INPUT/OUTPUT PROCESSOR 1134.07 3 TEST_IOP -1... 1
CONFIGURE IOP GROUP 1411.01 3 CONF_IOPG -1... 1
DIAGNOSE IOP GROUP 1410.01 3 DIAG_IOPG -1... 1
TEST IOP GROUP 1409.01 3 TEST_IOPG -1... 1
DUMP IOP MEMORY IMMEDIATE DUMP 3604.00 3 DMP_IOPIMDMP -1... 3
ACTIVATE IOP PERMANENT PATCH 3582.00 3 ACT_IOPPRPCH -1... 1
CANCEL IOP PERMANENT PATCH 3585.00 3 CAN_IOPPRPCH -1... 1
DEACTIVATE IOP PERMANENT PATCH 3583.00 3 DACT_IOPPRPCH -1... 1
DISPLAY IOP PERMANENT PATCH 3586.02 3 DISP_IOPPRPCH -1... 4

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ENTER IOP PERMANENT PATCH 3581.00 3 ENTR_IOPPRPCH -1... 4


UPDATE IOP PERMANENT PATCH 3584.00 3 UPD_IOPPRPCH -1... 1
ACTIVATE IOP TRANSIENT PATCH 3588.00 3 ACT_IOPTRPCH -1... 1
CANCEL IOP TRANSIENT PATCH 3590.00 3 CAN_IOPTRPCH -1... 1
DEACTIVATE IOP TRANSIENT PATCH 3589.00 3 DACT_IOPTRPCH -1... 1
DISPLAY IOP TRANSIENT PATCH 3591.02 3 DISP_IOPTRPCH -1... 4
ENTER IOP TRANSIENT PATCH 3587.00 3 ENTR_IOPTRPCH -1... 2
CANCEL AN IP-ADDRESS 3794.00 3 CAN_IPADR -1... 1
CREATE AN IP-ADDRESS 3792.01 3 CR_IPADR -1... 1
DISPLAY IP-ADDRESSES 3795.00 3 DISP_IPADR -1... 1
MODIFY IP-ADDRESS 3793.01 3 MOD_IPADR -1... 2
ACT PACKET DATA NAILED-UP CONNECTION 1006.03 3 ACT_IPNUC -1... 1
CANCEL PACKET DATA NAILED-UP CONNECTION 1005.03 3 CAN_IPNUC -1... 1
CREATE PACKET DATA NAILED-UP CONNECTION 1008.16 3 CR_IPNUC -1... 10
DEACT PACKET DATA NAILED-UP CONNECTION 1871.02 3 DACT_IPNUC -1... 1
DISP PACKET DATA NAILED-UP CONNECTION 1007.16 3 DISP_IPNUC -1... 4
MOD ISDN P DATA NAILED-UP CONNECTION 1004.16 3 MOD_IPNUC -1... 2
TEST OF ISDN SUBSCRIBER BASIC ACCESS 1233.10 3 TEST_ISUB -1... 5
CANCEL JOB 115.00 3 CAN_JOB -1... 1
CONTINUE JOB 116.01 3 CONT_JOB -1... 1
DISPLAY JOB 34.02 3 DISP_JOB -1... 1
STOP JOB 113.00 3 STOP_JOB -1... 1
DISPLAY JOSIT DATA 1904.00 3 DISP_JOSITDAT -1... 1
ACTIVATE TEST PROCESS JXTUS 2684.01 3 ACT_JXTUS -1... 1
CONFIGURE JXTUS TEST PROCESS 2687.01 3 CONF_JXTUS -1... 1
CREATE JXTUS TEST PROCESS 2708.01 3 CR_JXTUS -1... 1
DEACTIVATE JXTUS TEST PROCESS 2692.01 3 DACT_JXTUS -1... 1
DISPLAY JXTUS TEST PROCESS 2694.01 3 DISP_JXTUS -1... 1
ENTER JXTUS TEST PROCESS 2697.02 3 ENTR_JXTUS -1... 2
MODIFY JXTUS TEST PROCESS 2700.02 3 MOD_JXTUS -1... 2
SET JXTUS TEST PROCESS 2702.02 3 SET_JXTUS -1... 1
DISPLAY STATUS OF JXTUS TEST PROCESS 2703.01 3 STAT_JXTUS -1... 1
CANCEL KEYWORD 818.14 3 CAN_KEYWORD -1... 4
DISPLAY KEYWORD 819.14 3 DISP_KEYWORD -1... 4
ENTER KEYWORD 817.16 3 ENTR_KEYWORD -1... 6
CONFIGURE LINK ADAPTION UNIT 1858.00 3 CONF_LAU -1... 1
DIAGNOSE LINK ADAPTION UNIT 1859.00 3 DIAG_LAU -1... 2
TEST LINK ADAPTION UNIT 1862.00 3 TEST_LAU -1... 1
MODIFY LINE CIRCUIT VARIANT 599.01 3 MOD_LCVAR -1... 2
DISPLAY LOAD FACTOR 4278.00 3 DISP_LDFACTOR -1... 4
ENTER LOAD FACTOR 4277.00 3 ENTR_LDFACTOR -1... 3
TEST LINE CIRCUIT 62.13 3 TEST_LIC -1... 5
DISPLAY LAWFUL INTERCEPTION LOGGING 4028.13 3 DISP_LILOG -1... 2
DISPLAY LAWFUL INTERCEPTION MEASURES 4027.13 3 DISP_LIMEAS -1... 1
DISPLAY ENHANCED STATUS OF SUB AND PBXLN 2983.07 3 STAT_LINE -1... 5
TEST LINE 1396.11 3 TEST_LINE -1... 5
DISPLAY LINE DATA 3712.15 3 DISP_LINEDATA -1... 5
DISP LINE THRESHOLDS 1888.00 3 DISP_LINETHR -1... 1
ENTER LINE THRESHOLDS 2547.00 3 ENTR_LINETHR -1... 1
DISPLAY LAWFUL INTERCEPT OPTIONS 3861.00 3 DISP_LIOPT -1... 1
MODIFY LAWFUL INTERCEPTION OPTIONS 3860.56 3 MOD_LIOPT -1... 8
DISPLAY LISTENER TO ANNOUNCEMENT 843.01 3 DISP_LISTTOAN -1... 1
CANCEL LINE MAINTENANCE BLOCKING 2557.16 3 CAN_LMBLK -1... 10
ENTER LINE MAINTENANCE BLOCKING 2558.16 3 ENTR_LMBLK -1... 16
LOAD LIBRARY MAINTENANCE ROUTINE 451.01 3 LOAD_LMR -1... 2
DISPLAY LINE LOCKOUT 359.15 3 DISP_LNLCKOUT -1... 3
CANCEL LOCAL NUMBER PORTABILITY DATA 3865.00 3 CAN_LNPDAT -1... 1
DISPLAY LOCAL NUMBER PORTABILITY DATA 3866.00 3 DISP_LNPDAT -1... 1
ENTER LOCAL NUMBER PORTABILITY DATA 3867.00 3 ENTR_LNPDAT -1... 1
MODIFY LOCAL NUMBER PORTABILITY DATA 3868.00 3 MOD_LNPDAT -1... 1
CANCEL LNP TRIGGER CODE POINT 3893.49 3 CAN_LNPTCPT -1... 1
CREATE LNP TRIGGER CODE POINT 3891.49 3 CR_LNPTCPT -1... 2
DISPLAY LNP TRIGGER CODE POINT 3894.49 3 DISP_LNPTCPT -1... 1
MODIFY LNP TRIGGER CODE POINT 3892.49 3 MOD_LNPTCPT -1... 1
ACTIVATE LNP TRIGGER PROFILE 3887.49 3 ACT_LNPTPROF -1... 1
CANCEL LNP TRIGGER PROFILE 3889.49 3 CAN_LNPTPROF -1... 1
CREATE LNP TRIGGER PROFILE 3885.52 3 CR_LNPTPROF -1... 2
DEACTIVATE LNP TRIGGER PROFILE 3888.49 3 DACT_LNPTPROF -1... 1
DISPLAY LNP TRIGGER PROFILE 3890.52 3 DISP_LNPTPROF -1... 2
MODIFY LNP TRIGGER PROFILE 3886.52 3 MOD_LNPTPROF -1... 3
ACTIVATE LNP TRIGGER TYPE 3882.49 3 ACT_LNPTTYP -1... 2
DEACTIVATE LNP TRIGGER TYPE 3883.49 3 DACT_LNPTTYP -1... 1
DISPLAY STATUS OF LNP TRIGGER TYPE 3884.49 3 DISP_LNPTTYP -1... 1
ACTIVATE LOADLIB 1819.00 3 ACT_LOADLIB -1... 1

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DEACTIVATE LOADLIB 1822.00 3 DACT_LOADLIB -1... 1


DISPLAY LOCAL DIALLING FORMAT 1034.00 3 DISP_LOCDIAL -1... 1
ENTER LOCAL DIALLING FORMAT 1033.00 3 ENTR_LOCDIAL -1... 1
DISPLAY LOCATION DIGITS 419.01 3 DISP_LOCDIG -1... 1
ENTER LOCATION DIGITS 418.01 3 ENTR_LOCDIG -1... 1
CANCEL LOCKING RESTRICTION 3080.00 3 CAN_LOCKRST -1... 1
DISPLAY LOCKING RESTRICTION 3082.00 3 DISP_LOCKRST -1... 1
ENTER LOCKING RESTRICTION 3085.00 3 ENTR_LOCKRST -1... 1
RESET LOG FUNCTION 1920.00 3 RSET_LOG -1... 1
SET LOG FUNCTION 366.03 3 SET_LOG -1... 2
DISPLAY STATUS OF LOG 368.00 3 STAT_LOG -1... 1
DISPLAY LOG ATTRIBUTES 741.00 3 DISP_LOGATT -1... 1
CANCEL LOGGING EVENTS 3081.01 3 CAN_LOGEVENT -1... 1
DISPLAY LOGGING EVENT 3083.00 3 DISP_LOGEVENT -1... 1
ENTER LOGGING EVENTS 3086.01 3 ENTR_LOGEVENT -1... 1
COPY LOG FILE 2688.02 3 COPY_LOGFILE -1... 2
MODIFY LOG FILE 1919.01 3 MOD_LOGFILE -1... 3
CANCEL LOGGING-RESTRICTION OBJECT 3088.00 3 CAN_LOGOBJ -1... 1
DISPLAY LOGGING-RESTRICTION OBJECT 3089.00 3 DISP_LOGOBJ -1... 1
ENTER LOGGING-RESTRICTION OBJECT 3090.00 3 ENTR_LOGOBJ -1... 2
LOOPBACK TEST OF ISDN BA SUBSCRIBER 1228.07 3 TEST_LOOPBA -1... 4
SEND LOOPBACK 1786.10 3 SEND_LOOPBACK -1... 3
START LINE TEST 1395.14 3 START_LTEST -1... 5
DISPLAY LINE TEST THRESHOLDS 2851.02 3 DISP_LTESTTHR -1... 1
MODIFY LINE TEST THRESHOLDS 2854.00 3 MOD_LTESTTHR -1... 10
CANCEL LTG 181.75 3 CAN_LTG -1... 1
CONFIGURE LINE TRUNK GROUP 929.17 3 CONF_LTG -1... 2
CREATE LINE TRUNK GROUP 163.95 3 CR_LTG -1... 2
DIAGNOSE LTG 980.03 3 DIAG_LTG -1... 1
DISPLAY LTG 175.73 3 DISP_LTG -1... 1
MODIFY LINE TRUNK GROUP 182.93 3 MOD_LTG -1... 2
RECORD LINE TRUNK GROUP 275.15 3 REC_LTG -1... 4
DISPLAY STATE OF LTG 917.17 3 STAT_LTG -1... 1
ACTIVATE LTG BREAKPOINT 786.14 3 ACT_LTGBPT -1... 1
CANCEL LTG BREAKPOINT 788.01 3 CAN_LTGBPT -1... 1
DELETE LTG BREAKPOINT 789.04 3 DEL_LTGBPT -1... 1
DISPLAY LTG BREAKPOINT 787.04 3 DISP_LTGBPT -1... 1
DUMP LTG BREAKPOINT 3510.00 3 DMP_LTGBPT -1... 1
ENTER LTG BREAKPOINT 785.09 3 ENTR_LTGBPT -1... 5
DUMP LTG ERROR NOTEBOOK 430.00 3 DMP_LTGENB -1... 1
ALLOW LTG FAULT REPORT 922.17 3 ALLOW_LTGFRPT -1... 1
DUMP LTG MEMORY IMMEDIATE DUMP 3603.01 3 DMP_LTGIMDMP -1... 3
TEST CIRCUIT IN LTG POSITION 64.71 3 TEST_LTGPOS -1... 4
ACTIVATE LTG PERMANENT PATCH 3571.01 3 ACT_LTGPRPCH -1... 1
CANCEL LTG PERMANENT PATCH 3574.00 3 CAN_LTGPRPCH -1... 1
DEACTIVATE LTG PERMANENT PATCH 3572.01 3 DACT_LTGPRPCH -1... 1
DISPLAY LTG PERMANENT PATCH 3575.03 3 DISP_LTGPRPCH -1... 4
ENTER LTG PERMANENT PATCH 3570.00 3 ENTR_LTGPRPCH -1... 4
UPDATE LTG PERMANENT PATCH 3573.00 3 UPD_LTGPRPCH -1... 1
DISPLAY LTG RESOURCES 2947.03 3 DISP_LTGRES -1... 1
ACTIVATE LTG TRANSIENT PATCH 3577.01 3 ACT_LTGTRPCH -1... 1
CANCEL LTG TRANSIENT PATCH 3579.01 3 CAN_LTGTRPCH -1... 1
DEACTIVATE LTG TRANSIENT PATCH 3578.01 3 DACT_LTGTRPCH -1... 1
DISPLAY LTG TRANSIENT PATCH 3580.03 3 DISP_LTGTRPCH -1... 4
ENTER LTG TRANSIENT PATCH 3576.01 3 ENTR_LTGTRPCH -1... 2
CANCEL LINE TRUNK UNIT 184.81 3 CAN_LTU -1... 1
CREATE LINE TRUNK UNIT 164.13 3 CR_LTU -1... 5
DISPLAY LINE TRUNK UNIT 199.73 3 DISP_LTU -1... 1
EXTEND LINE TRUNK UNIT 195.83 3 EXT_LTU -1... 2
REDUCE LINE TRUNK UNIT 196.83 3 RED_LTU -1... 2
STOP MALICIOUS CALL ID 268.06 3 STOP_MACID -1... 1
DISPLAY MALICIOUS CALL CONNECTIONS 675.04 3 DISP_MAL -1... 6
SELECT DISPLAY MALICIOUS CALL DATA 2763.00 3 SEL_MAL -1... 1
CANCEL MALICIOUS CALL ADMIN. DATA 672.02 3 CAN_MALAD -1... 1
DISPLAY MALICIOUS CALL ADMIN. DATA 658.00 3 DISP_MALAD -1... 1
ENTER MALICIOUS CALL ADMIN. DATA 674.01 3 ENTR_MALAD -1... 1
DISPLAY HELD MALCIOUS CALL CONNECTIONS 826.03 3 DISP_MALCON -1... 7
ACTIVATE MASS-CALLING DESTINATIONS 2463.00 3 ACT_MASSC -1... 1
CANCEL MASS-CALLING DESTINATIONS 2462.00 3 CAN_MASSC -1... 1
DEACTIVATE MASS-CALLING DESTINATIONS 2465.00 3 DACT_MASSC -1... 1
DISPLAY MASS-CALLING DESTINATIONS 2466.01 3 DISP_MASSC -1... 1
ENTER MASS-CALLING DESTINATIONS 2461.03 3 ENTR_MASSC -1... 2
MODIFY MASS-CALLING DESTINATIONS 2464.04 3 MOD_MASSC -1... 3
CONFIGURE MATRIX CONTROL 4081.17 3 CONF_MATC -1... 1

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DIAGNOSE MATRIX CONTROL 4091.00 3 DIAG_MATC -1... 1


CONFIGURE MATRIX MODULE 4082.17 3 CONF_MATM -1... 2
DIAGNOSE MATRIX MODULE 4092.00 3 DIAG_MATM -1... 1
CONFIGURE MB 923.60 3 CONF_MB -1... 1
DIAGNOSE MESSAGE BUFFER 977.00 3 DIAG_MB -1... 1
DISPLAY MESSAGE BUFFER 330.00 3 DISP_MB -1... 1
MODIFY MESSAGE BUFFER 3929.01 3 MOD_MB -1... 2
DISPLAY STATUS OF MESSAGE BUFFER 919.10 3 STAT_MB -1... 1
CONFIGURE MB ATM INTERFACE 3880.00 3 CONF_MBIA -1... 2
DIAGNOSE MESSAGE BUFFER ATM INTERFACE 3879.00 3 DIAG_MBIA -1... 1
CONFIGURE MBD INTERFACE ETHERNET 4213.21 3 CONF_MBIE -1... 2
DIAGNOSE MESSAGE BUFFER ETHERNET IF 4221.00 3 DIAG_MBIE -1... 1
CONFIGURE MBIE CHANNEL 4248.21 3 CONF_MBIECH -1... 1
DISPLAY MBIE CHANNEL 4247.00 3 DISP_MBIECH -1... 1
MODIFY MBIE CHANNEL 4246.00 3 MOD_MBIECH -1... 1
DISPLAY STATE OF MBIECH 4249.21 3 STAT_MBIECH -1... 1
CONFIGURE MB HDLC INTERFACE 3881.00 3 CONF_MBIH -1... 2
DIAGNOSE MESSAGE BUFFER HDLC INTERFACE 3878.00 3 DIAG_MBIH -1... 1
CONFIGURE MB UNIT LTG 924.60 3 CONF_MBUL -1... 2
DIAGNOSE MB UNIT FOR LINE TRUNK GROUP 978.00 3 DIAG_MBUL -1... 1
CONFIGURE MB UNIT SPACE GROUP CONTROL 925.60 3 CONF_MBUS -1... 2
DIAGNOSE UNIT SWITCH GROUP CONTROL 979.00 3 DIAG_MBUS -1... 1
CONFIGURE MID CALL TRIGGER RECEIVERS 3807.10 3 CONF_MCT -1... 1
DIAGNOSE MID CALL TRIGGER RECEIVERS 3809.08 3 DIAG_MCT -1... 1
DISP. STATUS MID CALL TRIGGER RECEIVERS 3808.08 3 STAT_MCT -1... 1
DISPLAY MAGNETIC DISK 961.01 3 DISP_MD -1... 1
INITIALIZE MAGNETIC DISK 962.01 3 INIT_MD -1... 1
CONFIGURE MAGNETIC DISK DEVICE 1093.01 3 CONF_MDD -1... 1
DIAGNOSE MAGNETIC DISK DEVICE 1115.01 3 DIAG_MDD -1... 3
TEST MAGNETIC DISK DEVICE 1137.01 3 TEST_MDD -1... 1
CONTINUE MDD-ACTIVATION 1203.00 3 CONT_MDDACT -1... 1
STOP ACTIVATION OF DISC 1215.00 3 STOP_MDDACT -1... 1
ACTIVATE MDD AUDIT 2984.00 3 ACT_MDDAUDIT -1... 1
DEACTIVATE MDD AUDIT 2985.00 3 DACT_MDDAUDIT -1... 1
DISPLAY MDD AUDIT ATTRIBUTES 2988.00 3 DISP_MDDAUDIT -1... 1
MODIFY DATA FOR ROUTINE MDD AUDIT 2992.00 3 MOD_MDDAUDIT -1... 1
CANCEL MODEM TONE GENERATOR 3682.01 3 CAN_MDTOG -1... 1
CONFIGURE MODEM TONE GENERATOR 3612.10 3 CONF_MDTOG -1... 1
CREATE MODEM TONE GENERATOR 3681.01 3 CR_MDTOG -1... 1
DIAGNOSE MODEM TONE GENERATOR 3614.08 3 DIAG_MDTOG -1... 1
DISPLAY MODEM TONE GENERATOR 3683.01 3 DISP_MDTOG -1... 1
DISPLAY STATUS OF MODEM TONE GENERATOR 3613.08 3 STAT_MDTOG -1... 1
DISPLAY CHARGE METERS 112.78 3 DISP_MET -1... 4
EDIT CHARGE METER 517.77 3 EDIT_MET -1... 9
REGENERATE CHARGE METER 518.03 3 REG_MET -1... 1
SAVE CHARGE METER 68.76 3 SAVE_MET -1... 2
DISPLAY METER ADMINISTRATION DATA 360.03 3 DISP_METADM -1... 1
ENTER METER ADMINISTRATION DATA 1010.10 3 ENTR_METADM -1... 4
DISPLAY METER SAVE TIMES 69.01 3 DISP_METSAV -1... 1
ENTER METER SAVE TIMES 601.01 3 ENTR_METSAV -1... 1
MEASURE MFC-SIGNAL 1789.10 3 MEAS_MFC -1... 5
SEND MULTI FREQUENCY CODE SIGNAL 1787.10 3 SEND_MFC -1... 4
CANCEL MEDIA GATEWAY INTERFACE 4174.00 3 CAN_MGIF -1... 1
CREATE MEDIA GATEWAY INTERFACE 4168.03 3 CR_MGIF -1... 3
DISPLAY MEDIA GATEWAY INTERFACE 4170.03 3 DISP_MGIF -1... 2
MODIFY MEDIA GATEWAY INTERFACE 4172.03 3 MOD_MGIF -1... 2
STATE OF MEDIA GATEWAY INTERFACE 4180.00 3 STAT_MGIF -1... 1
CANCEL MEDIA GATEWAY LINK 4175.03 3 CAN_MGLINK -1... 1
CREATE MEDIA GATEWAY LINK 4169.03 3 CR_MGLINK -1... 2
DISPLAY MEDIA GATEWAY LINK 4171.03 3 DISP_MGLINK -1... 2
MODIFY MEDIA GATEWAY LINK 4173.03 3 MOD_MGLINK -1... 2
DISPLAY MAGNETO OPTICAL DISK 2331.00 3 DISP_MO -1... 1
INITIALIZE MAGNETO OPTICAL DISK 2332.00 3 INIT_MO -1... 2
MOUNT MAGNETO OPTICAL DISK 2330.00 3 MOUNT_MO -1... 2
RESET MAGNETO OPTICAL DISK 2333.00 3 RSET_MO -1... 1
ACTIVATE METER OBSERVATION 71.76 3 ACT_MOBS -1... 3
CANCEL METER OBSERVATION 72.75 3 CAN_MOBS -1... 3
DISPLAY METER OBSERVATION 110.75 3 DISP_MOBS -1... 2
SELECT METER OBSERVATION 858.73 3 SEL_MOBS -1... 1
DISPLAY METER OBSERVATION DATA 993.06 3 DISP_MOBSDAT -1... 4
DISPLAY MOBILE THRESHOLD 2296.01 3 DISP_MOBTHR -1... 1
MODIFY MOBILE THRESHOLD 2295.01 3 MOD_MOBTHR -1... 1
CANCEL MAGNETO OPTICAL DISK DEVICE 2356.00 3 CAN_MOD -1... 1
CONFIGURE MAGNETO OPTICAL DISK DEVICE 2357.00 3 CONF_MOD -1... 1

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CREATE MAGNETO OPTICAL DISK DEVICE 2358.00 3 CR_MOD -1... 1


DIAGNOSE MAGNETO OPTICAL DISK DEVICE 2359.00 3 DIAG_MOD -1... 2
DISPLAY MAGNETO OPTICAL DISK DEVICE 2360.00 3 DISP_MOD -1... 1
TEST MAGNETO OPTICAL DISK DEVICE 2361.00 3 TEST_MOD -1... 1
DUMP MODULE MEMORY IMMEDIATE DUMP 4137.00 3 DMP_MODIMDMP -1... 2
DISPLAY MOBILE PROJECT DESCRIPTION DATA 3406.00 3 DISP_MPRDDAT -1... 1
ENTER MOBILE PROJECT DESCRIPTION DATA 3396.02 3 ENTR_MPRDDAT -1... 7
DISPLAY MOBILE SECURITY HANDLING 3411.01 3 DISP_MSECHAND -1... 1
MODIFY MOBILE SECURITY HANDLING 3412.01 3 MOD_MSECHAND -1... 3
DISPLAY MOBILE SERVICE OPTIONS 3009.03 3 DISP_MSERVOPT -1... 4
MODIFY MOBILE SERVICE OPTIONS 3010.03 3 MOD_MSERVOPT -1... 6
DISPLAY MOBILE SERVICE RELEASE STATUS 3414.00 3 DISP_MSERVREL -1... 1
MODIFY MOBILE SERVICE RELEASE STATUS 3415.02 3 MOD_MSERVREL -1... 4
SELECT MESSAGE 1533.02 3 SEL_MSG -1... 1
DISPLAY MESSAGE LINK 1527.01 3 DISP_MSGLNK -1... 2
RESET MESSAGE LINK 1526.02 3 RSET_MSGLNK -1... 2
SET MESSAGE LINK 1525.03 3 SET_MSGLNK -1... 2
CANCEL MESSAGE GROUP 1531.02 3 CAN_MSGRP -1... 1
CREATE MESSAGE GROUP 1530.03 3 CR_MSGRP -1... 2
SELECT MESSAGE GROUP 1532.02 3 SEL_MSGRP -1... 1
DISPLAY MESSAGE GROUP LINK 1529.01 3 DISP_MSGRPLNK -1... 1
SET MESSAGE GROUP LINK 1537.05 3 SET_MSGRPLNK -1... 2
DISPLAY MAGNETIC TAPE 965.01 3 DISP_MT -1... 1
INITIALIZE MAGNETIC TAPE 964.01 3 INIT_MT -1... 2
REWIND MAGNETIC TAPE 963.01 3 REWIND_MT -1... 1
CONNECT METALLIC TEST ACCESS 2838.08 3 CONN_MTA -1... 1
DISPLAY METALLIC TEST ACCESS ERROR LIST 1612.02 3 DISP_MTAERR -1... 1
CANCEL MAGNETIC TAPE DEVICE 1096.01 3 CAN_MTD -1... 1
CONFIGURE MAGNETIC TAPE DEVICE 1095.00 3 CONF_MTD -1... 1
CREATE MAGNETIC TAPE DEVICE 1107.03 3 CR_MTD -1... 2
DIAGNOSE MAGNETIC TAPE DEVICE 1116.00 3 DIAG_MTD -1... 2
DISPLAY MAGNETIC TAPE DEVICE 2362.00 3 DISP_MTD -1... 1
TEST MAGNETIC TAPE DEVICE 1136.01 3 TEST_MTD -1... 1
CANCEL MULTIPLEXER 999.03 3 CAN_MUX -1... 1
CREATE MULTIPLEXER 827.01 3 CR_MUX -1... 1
DISPLAY MULTIPLEXER 828.01 3 DISP_MUX -1... 1
CANCEL MULTIPLEXER MASTER B 3108.01 3 CAN_MUXMB -1... 1
CREATE MULTIPLEXER MASTER B 3109.00 3 CR_MUXMB -1... 1
CANCEL MOBILE ZONE POINT 3275.16 3 CAN_MZOPT -1... 1
CREATE MOBILE ZONE POINT 3276.72 3 CR_MZOPT -1... 9
DISPLAY MOBILE ZONE POINT 3277.39 3 DISP_MZOPT -1... 6
MODIFY MOBILE ZONE POINT 3278.72 3 MOD_MZOPT -1... 10
DISPLAY NOTE BOOK 505.71 3 DISP_NBOOK -1... 2
CANCEL NEATT TRANSPORT SYSTEM ADDRESS 1768.00 3 CAN_NEATSADR -1... 1
CREATE NEATT TRANSPORT SYSTEM ADDRESS 1770.01 3 CR_NEATSADR -1... 2
DISPLAY NEATT TRANSPORT SYSTEM ADDRESS 1772.00 3 DISP_NEATSADR -1... 1
MODIFY NEATT TRANSPORT SYSTEM ADDRESS 1775.01 3 MOD_NEATSADR -1... 2
DISPLAY NETWORK TIMER 2973.05 3 DISP_NETTIMER -1... 2
MODIFY NETWORK TIMER 2979.05 3 MOD_NETTIMER -1... 4
CANCEL NETWORK MANAGEMENT CONTROL 1909.05 3 CAN_NMCNTL -1... 1
DISPLAY NETWORK MANAGEMENT CONTROL DATA 376.93 3 DISP_NMCNTL -1... 1
ENTER NETWORK MANAGEMENT CONTROLS 325.97 3 ENTR_NMCNTL -1... 3
ACT NETWORK TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT INFO. 2806.02 3 ACT_NTMINFO -1... 1
CAN NETWORK TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT INFO. 2807.02 3 CAN_NTMINFO -1... 1
CR NETWORK TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT INFO 2808.03 3 CR_NTMINFO -1... 4
DACT NETWORK TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT INFO. 2809.01 3 DACT_NTMINFO -1... 1
DISP NETWORK TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT INFO. 2810.13 3 DISP_NTMINFO -1... 7
ENTER NETWORK TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT INFO. 2811.13 3 ENTR_NTMINFO -1... 4
MOD NETWORK TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT INFO 2812.07 3 MOD_NTMINFO -1... 2
ACTIVATE NAILED-UP CONNECTION 838.04 3 ACT_NUC -1... 4
CANCEL NAILED-UP CONNECTION 839.02 3 CAN_NUC -1... 1
CREATE NAILED-UP CONNECTION 837.16 3 CR_NUC -1... 9
DEACTIVATE NAILED-UP CONNECTION 1872.03 3 DACT_NUC -1... 3
DISPLAY NAILED-UP CONNECTION 840.13 3 DISP_NUC -1... 6
MODIFY NAILED-UP CONNECTION 841.16 3 MOD_NUC -1... 8
CAN OBSCALL 3506.56 3 CAN_OBSCALL -1... 1
DISPLAY OBSCALL 3505.56 3 DISP_OBSCALL -1... 2
ENTER OBSCALL 3504.56 3 ENTR_OBSCALL -1... 5
MODIFY OBSCALL 3847.56 3 MOD_OBSCALL -1... 5
CANCEL OBSERVATION GROUP 3502.13 3 CAN_OBSGRP -1... 1
CREATE OBSERVATION GROUP 3499.14 3 CR_OBSGRP -1... 5
DISPLAY OBSERVATION GROUP 3501.13 3 DISP_OBSGRP -1... 1
MODIFY OBSERVATION GROUP 3500.14 3 MOD_OBSGRP -1... 7
ENTER OBSERVATION GROUP ID 3503.56 3 ENTR_OBSID -1... 2

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MODIFY OBSERVATION GROUP ID 3854.13 3 MOD_OBSID -1... 1


CONFIGURE OPERATOR CONTR. ANNOUNC. EQU. 1811.20 3 CONF_OCANEQ -1... 1
DIAGNOSE OPERATOR CONTR. ANNOUNCEM. EQU. 1825.10 3 DIAG_OCANEQ -1... 1
DISP OPERATOR CONTR. ANNOUNC. EQU. 3616.03 3 DISP_OCANEQ -1... 3
STATUS OF OPERATOR CONTR. ANNOUNC. EQU. 1826.29 3 STAT_OCANEQ -1... 1
CANCEL OCANEQ VARIANT 3050.05 3 CAN_OCAVAR -1... 1
DISPLAY OCANEQ VARIANT 2892.04 3 DISP_OCAVAR -1... 1
ENTER OCANEQ VARIANT 2894.04 3 ENTR_OCAVAR -1... 1
ACTIVATE OCT LOADER 3789.01 3 ACT_OCTLOAD -1... 3
DEACTIVATE OCT LOADER 3791.01 3 DACT_OCTLOAD -1... 2
DISPLAY OCT LOADER 3790.01 3 DISP_OCTLOAD -1... 2
ACTIVATE ODR 3671.02 3 ACT_ODR -1... 1
CANCEL ODR 3670.00 3 CAN_ODR -1... 1
CREATE ODR 3667.00 3 CR_ODR -1... 1
DEACTIVATE ODR 3672.00 3 DACT_ODR -1... 1
DISPLAY ODR 3669.01 3 DISP_ODR -1... 1
MODIFY ODR 3668.00 3 MOD_ODR -1... 2
START O&M PROCESSES 278.10 3 START_OM -1... 1
CANCEL O&M TERMINAL 1363.03 3 CAN_OMT -1... 1
CONFIGURE O&M TERMINAL 1362.02 3 CONF_OMT -1... 1
CREATE O&M TERMINAL 1361.04 3 CR_OMT -1... 1
DIAGNOSE O&M TERMINAL 1360.01 3 DIAG_OMT -1... 2
DISPLAY O&M TERMINAL 3032.02 3 DISP_OMT -1... 1
MODIFY O&M TERMINAL 3034.01 3 MOD_OMT -1... 2
TEST O&M TERMINAL 1359.02 3 TEST_OMT -1... 1
ACTIVATE CSSUB CONDITION MONITORING 2421.02 3 ACT_OPRCOND -1... 1
DISPLAY CSSUB CONDITION REPORT 2422.03 3 DISP_OPRCOND -1... 1
DISPLAY CSSUB CONFIGURATION REPORT 2429.03 3 DISP_OPRCONF -1... 3
ACTIVATE OPERATOR CTYPE PERF. REPORT 2423.01 3 ACT_OPRCTP -1... 1
DEACTIVATE OPERATOR CTYPE PERF. REPORT 2424.01 3 DACT_OPRCTP -1... 1
DISPLAY CSSUB CTYPE PERF. REPORT 2425.04 3 DISP_OPRCTP -1... 3
CANCEL OPERATOR DATA 587.01 3 CAN_OPRDATA -1... 1
CREATE OPERATOR DATA 586.00 3 CR_OPRDATA -1... 3
DISPLAY OPERATOR DATA 589.02 3 DISP_OPRDATA -1... 2
MODIFY OPERATOR DATA 588.02 3 MOD_OPRDATA -1... 2
DISPLAY CSSUB PERFORMANCE REPORT 2430.03 3 DISP_OPRPERF -1... 3
DISPLAY OPERATOR STATUS 626.00 3 DISP_OPRSTAT -1... 1
CANCEL ORIGINATION DATA 2374.15 3 CAN_ORIGDAT -1... 2
CREATE ORIGINATION DATA 2373.15 3 CR_ORIGDAT -1... 4
DISPLAY ORIGINATION DATA 2376.15 3 DISP_ORIGDAT -1... 4
MODIFY ORIGINATION DATA 2375.14 3 MOD_ORIGDAT -1... 1
CANCEL OSI ADDRESSES 1863.00 3 CAN_OSIADR -1... 1
CREATE OSI ADDRESSES 1864.04 3 CR_OSIADR -1... 2
DISPLAY OSI ADDRESSES 1857.00 3 DISP_OSIADR -1... 1
MODIFY OSI ADDRESSES 1865.04 3 MOD_OSIADR -1... 3
DISPLAY OSITIMER 3797.00 3 DISP_OSITIMER -1... 1
ENTER OSITIMER 3796.00 3 ENTR_OSITIMER -1... 2
ACTIVATE OSI TRACER 1903.05 3 ACT_OSITRAC -1... 7
DISPLAY OSI TRACE DATA 1905.02 3 DISP_OSITRAC -1... 1
DUMP OSI TRACE DATA 1906.05 3 DMP_OSITRAC -1... 3
CANCEL OPEN SERVICE PLATFORM 4233.00 3 CAN_OSP -1... 1
CREATE OPEN SERVICE PLATFORM 4232.00 3 CR_OSP -1... 1
DISPLAY OPEN SERVICE PLATFORM 4234.00 3 DISP_OSP -1... 1
DISPLAY OS RESOURCE DATA 3627.00 3 DISP_OSRES -1... 2
DISPLAY OSS DATA 557.01 3 DISP_OSSDAT -1... 1
ENTER OPERATOR SERVICE SYSTEM DATA 523.08 3 ENTR_OSSDAT -1... 6
COPY OSS FILE 624.70 3 COPY_OSSFILE -1... 1
DISPLAY OS STATISTIC DATA 3626.00 3 DISP_OSSTC -1... 6
ACTIVATE OUTPUT DIVERSION 949.00 3 ACT_OUTDIV -1... 2
DEACTIVATE OUTPUT DIVERSION 950.00 3 DEC_OUTDIV -1... 1
ACTIVATE OUTPUT SUPPRESSION 1535.00 3 ACT_OUTSUP -1... 1
DEACTIVATE OUTPUT SUPPRESSION 1721.02 3 DACT_OUTSUP -1... 1
DISPLAY OUTPUT SUPPRESSION 1536.00 3 DISP_OUTSUP -1... 1
DISPLAY OVERLOAD 400.22 3 DISP_OVLD -1... 1
CANCEL PRIMARY RATE ACCESS 2720.00 3 CAN_PA -1... 1
CREATE PRIMARY RATE ACCESS 2719.01 3 CR_PA -1... 1
DISPLAY PRIMARY RATE ACCESS 2722.00 3 DISP_PA -1... 1
TEST PRIMARY RATE ACCESS 1708.02 3 TEST_PA -1... 1
DISPLAY PA CHANNEL STATUS 1910.01 3 DISP_PACHSTAT -1... 1
DISPLAY PA FAULT 1869.02 3 DISP_PAFAULT -1... 3
DISPLAY PA LINK STATISTICS 1777.01 3 DISP_PASTAT -1... 1
CANCEL PBX 105.85 3 CAN_PBX -1... 2
CREATE PBX 104.19 3 CR_PBX -1...218
DISPLAY PBX 170.19 3 DISP_PBX -1... 14

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MODIFY PBX 551.18 3 MOD_PBX -1...283


RECORD PBX 342.06 3 REC_PBX -1... 12
CANCEL PBX DDI NUMBER 3999.02 3 CAN_PBXDDINO -1... 2
DISPLAY PBX DDI NUMBER 3998.02 3 DISP_PBXDDINO -1... 1
ENTER PBX DDI NUMBER 3997.02 3 ENTR_PBXDDINO -1... 2
CANCEL PBX LINE 77.12 3 CAN_PBXLN -1... 2
CREATE PBX LINE 76.18 3 CR_PBXLN -1...193
DISPLAY PBX LINE 168.27 3 DISP_PBXLN -1... 10
MODIFY PBX LINE 1039.22 3 MOD_PBXLN -1...120
DISPLAY STATUS OF PBX LINE 537.87 3 STAT_PBXLN -1... 4
TEST PBX LINE 1902.16 3 TEST_PBXLN -1... 12
ACTIVATE PBX TRAP 1057.32 3 ACT_PBXTRAP -1... 18
CANCEL PBX TRAP 1059.32 3 CAN_PBXTRAP -1... 6
DISPLAY PCM ALARM COUNTER 695.55 3 DISP_PCMAC -1... 2
CANCEL PACKET CONTROL UNIT 4228.00 3 CAN_PCU -1... 1
CREATE PACKET CONTROL UNIT 4227.00 3 CR_PCU -1... 1
DISPLAY PACKET CONTROL UNIT 4231.00 3 DISP_PCU -1... 1
MODIFY PACKET CONTROL UNIT 4235.00 3 MOD_PCU -1... 1
STATUS CALL CONTROL LTG TO PCU RELATION 4240.00 3 STAT_PCUREL -1... 5
DISPLAY PDC CHARACTERISTICS 1900.09 3 DISP_PDCCHR -1... 3
ENTER PDC CHARACTERISTICS 1901.21 3 ENTR_PDCCHR -1... 21
DISPLAY PDC CONTROLS 2608.17 3 DISP_PDCCNTL -1... 2
ENTER PDC CONTROLS 2609.17 3 ENTR_PDCCNTL -1... 12
ACTIVATE PDC FEATURE 1913.00 3 ACT_PDCFEA -1... 1
DEACTIVATE PDC FEATURE 1914.00 3 DACT_PDCFEA -1... 1
DISPLAY PDC FEATURE INFORMATIONS 1915.00 3 DISP_PDCFEA -1... 1
CANCEL PRIMARY DIGITAL CARRIER LINK 3321.06 3 CAN_PDCLNK -1... 1
CREATE PRIMARY DIGITAL CARRIER LINK 3320.06 3 CR_PDCLNK -1... 2
DISPLAY PRIMARY DIGITAL CARRIER LINK 3360.06 3 DISP_PDCLNK -1... 1
DISPLAY PDC PERFORMANCE DATA 1916.14 3 DISP_PDCPERF -1... 9
DISPLAY PDC THRESHOLD CLASS VALUES 2733.08 3 DISP_PDCTHR -1... 1
RESET PDC THRESHOLD CLASS VALUES 2734.00 3 RSET_PDCTHR -1... 1
SET PDC THRESHOLD CLASS VALUES 2736.08 3 SET_PDCTHR -1... 1
CANCEL PHONMEET GROUP DATA 1943.07 3 CAN_PHONMEET -1... 1
DISPLAY PHONMEET DATA 1948.07 3 DISP_PHONMEET -1... 2
ENTER PHONMEET GROUP DATA 1949.07 3 ENTR_PHONMEET -1... 2
MODIFY PHONMEET GROUP DATA 1951.07 3 MOD_PHONMEET -1... 3
ACTIVATE PIO:IOC TRACER 3051.00 3 ACT_PICTRAC -1... 1
DEACTIVATE PIO:IOC TRACER 3052.00 3 DACT_PICTRAC -1... 1
DISPLAY TRACER INFORMATION 3053.00 3 DISP_PICTRAC -1... 1
DUMP PIO:IOC TRACER 3054.00 3 DMP_PICTRAC -1... 1
DUMP PIO STATISTICS 2580.00 3 DMP_PIOSTC -1... 1
RESET PIO STATISTICS 2582.00 3 RSET_PIOSTC -1... 1
ACTIVATE PIO TRACER 1213.06 3 ACT_PIOTRAC -1... 2
DEACTIVATE PIO TRACER 1077.01 3 DACT_PIOTRAC -1... 1
DISPLAY PIO TRACER INFORMATION 1700.01 3 DISP_PIOTRAC -1... 1
DUMP PIO:DEV TRACER 1078.01 3 DMP_PIOTRAC -1... 1
DISPLAY PROCESS IDENTIFICATION TABLE 766.01 3 DISP_PIT -1... 1
DISPLAY PBX MAINTENANCE CONTROL 1048.11 3 DISP_PMCNTL -1... 1
ENTER PBX MAINTENANCE CONTROLS 1040.11 3 ENTR_PMCNTL -1... 2
CONFIGURE PORT 807.20 3 CONF_PORT -1... 2
DISPLAY PORT 201.75 3 DISP_PORT -1... 2
SELECTIVE DISPLAY OF PORT 600.01 3 SEL_PORT -1... 4
DISPLAY STATUS OF PORT 353.88 3 STAT_PORT -1... 2
ACTIVATE PORT TRACER 2369.15 3 ACT_PORTTRAC -1... 5
DEACTIVATE PORT TRACER 2392.00 3 DACT_PORTTRAC -1... 1
DISPLAY PORT TRACER 2370.00 3 DISP_PORTTRAC -1... 1
DUMP PORT TRACER 2372.00 3 DMP_PORTTRAC -1... 1
CANCEL PROCESSNAMES 1013.00 3 CAN_PRNAME -1... 1
DISPLAY PROCESSNAMES 1014.00 3 DISP_PRNAME -1... 1
ENTER PROCESSNAMES 1012.00 3 ENTR_PRNAME -1... 1
CANCEL PROCESSOR 888.02 3 CAN_PRO -1... 1
CREATE PROCESSOR 886.07 3 CR_PRO -1... 2
DISPLAY PROCESSOR 1773.00 3 DISP_PRO -1... 1
MODIFY PROCESSOR 1776.04 3 MOD_PRO -1... 2
START PROCESS 281.10 3 START_PROCESS -1... 1
RESET PROCESSOR CONNECTION 1498.00 3 RSET_PROCON -1... 1
SET PROCESSOR CONNECTION 1497.00 3 SET_PROCON -1... 1
CANCEL ISUP PROTOCOL TABLE 4042.13 3 CAN_PROTTAB -1... 1
CREATE ISUP PROTOCOL TABLE 4041.16 3 CR_PROTTAB -1... 2
DISPLAY ISUP PROTOCOL TABLE 4044.13 3 DISP_PROTTAB -1... 1
MODIFY ISUP PROTOCOL TABLE 4043.16 3 MOD_PROTTAB -1... 3
MODIFY PASSWORD 41.01 3 MOD_PSW -1... 1
DISPLAY PASSWORD DATA 2857.00 3 DISP_PSWDAT -1... 1

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MODIFY PASSWORD DATA 2859.00 3 MOD_PSWDAT -1... 1


ACTIVATE Q3 BA PERFORMANCE 3837.02 3 ACT_Q3BAPERF -1... 1
TEST Q3 IDENTIFICATION TONE 3838.02 3 TEST_Q3IDTONE -1... 1
DISPLAY Q3 JOB REGISTER 2452.00 3 DISP_Q3JOB -1... 1
TEST Q3 LAYER-1 BA 3835.02 3 TEST_Q3LAY1BA -1... 1
TEST Q3 LAYER-1 PA 3841.02 3 TEST_Q3LAY1PA -1... 1
TEST Q3 LOOP BA 3832.02 3 TEST_Q3LOOPBA -1... 1
TEST Q3 LOOP PA 3839.02 3 TEST_Q3LOOPPA -1... 1
CONNECT Q3 METALLIC TEST ACCESS 3831.02 3 CONN_Q3MTA -1... 1
ACTIVATE Q3 PDC FEATURE 3842.02 3 ACT_Q3PDCFEA -1... 1
TEST Q3 POWER SUPPLY 3833.02 3 TEST_Q3PWRSUP -1... 1
TEST Q3 QUICK BA 3834.02 3 TEST_Q3QUIKBA -1... 1
TEST Q3 QUICK PA 3840.02 3 TEST_Q3QUIKPA -1... 1
TEST Q3 ROUTINE 3836.02 3 TEST_Q3ROUT -1... 1
DISPLAY QUALITY OF SERVICE CONTROL 4252.01 3 DISP_QOSCNTL -1... 1
ENTER QUALITY OF SERVICE CONTROL 4251.01 3 ENTR_QOSCNTL -1... 1
DISPLAY STATUS OF QOS CONTROL 4253.01 3 STAT_QOSCNTL -1... 1
CANCEL QUEUE 2882.10 3 CAN_QUE -1... 2
DISPLAY QUEUE 2885.09 3 DISP_QUE -1... 5
ENTER QUEUE 3380.10 3 ENTR_QUE -1... 19
RECORD QUEUE 3271.04 3 REC_QUE -1... 5
CANCEL REMOTE CONTROL UNIT 1832.00 3 CAN_RCU -1... 1
CREATE REMOTE CONTROL UNIT 1834.01 3 CR_RCU -1... 1
DISPLAY REMOTE CONTROL UNIT 1840.00 3 DISP_RCU -1... 1
EXTEND RCU 2559.00 3 EXT_RCU -1... 1
REDUCE RCU 2560.00 3 RED_RCU -1... 1
STATUS REMOTE CONTROL UNIT 1837.00 3 STAT_RCU -1... 1
DISPLAY INTERMEDIATE RESULT OF RDS MEAS 1230.02 3 DISP_RDSMEAS -1... 2
START RDS MEASUREMENT 1232.02 3 START_RDSMEAS -1... 2
STOP RDS MEASUREMENT 1229.02 3 STOP_RDSMEAS -1... 2
DISPLAY RECOVERY ESCALATION CONDITION 1253.00 3 DISP_RECESC -1... 1
RESET RECOVERY ESCALATION CONDITION 1259.21 3 RSET_RECESC -1... 1
SET RECOVERY ESCALATION CONDITION 1264.21 3 SET_RECESC -1... 1
EXECUTE REGENERATION 611.75 3 EXEC_REGEN -1... 10
TEST ROUTING DATA BASE 3095.12 3 TEST_ROUDB -1... 38
ACTIVATE ROUTE 32.10 3 ACT_ROUTE -1... 2
BAR ROUTE 27.11 3 BAR_ROUTE -1... 2
CANCEL ROUTE 13.80 3 CAN_ROUTE -1... 4
CREATE ROUTE 10.95 3 CR_ROUTE -1... 27
DISPLAY ROUTE 206.85 3 DISP_ROUTE -1... 4
INSERT ROUTE 30.95 3 INS_ROUTE -1... 26
MODIFY ROUTE 413.90 3 MOD_ROUTE -1... 15
TAKE OUT ROUTE 31.80 3 TAKO_ROUTE -1... 4
CANCEL ROUTE SWITCH 313.82 3 CAN_ROUTESW -1... 12
DISPLAY ROUTE SWITCH 414.05 3 DISP_ROUTESW -1... 1
ENTER ROUTE SWITCH 312.83 3 ENTR_ROUTESW -1... 8
CANCEL ROUTE THRESHOLD 1792.02 3 CAN_ROUTETHR -1... 1
DISPLAY ROUTE THRESHOLD 1790.03 3 DISP_ROUTETHR -1... 2
ENTER ROUTE THRESHOLD 1795.04 3 ENTR_ROUTETHR -1... 3
MODIFY ROUTE THRESHOLD 1797.04 3 MOD_ROUTETHR -1... 1
CANCEL REMOTE SWITCHING UNIT 3969.00 3 CAN_RSU -1... 1
CREATE REMOTE SWITCHING UNIT 3967.06 3 CR_RSU -1... 5
DISPLAY REMOTE SWITCHING UNIT 3970.04 3 DISP_RSU -1... 1
MODIFY REMOTE SWITCHING UNIT 3968.03 3 MOD_RSU -1... 7
RECORD REMOTE SWITCHING UNIT 4090.00 3 REC_RSU -1... 4
DISPLAY RSU AMUX PORT 4025.00 3 DISP_RSUAPT -1... 2
CANCEL REMOTE SWITCHING UNIT DATA 4135.00 3 CAN_RSUDAT -1... 1
DISPLAY REMOTE SWITCHING UNIT DATA 4136.00 3 DISP_RSUDAT -1... 1
ENTER REMOTE SWITCHING UNIT DATA 4134.00 3 ENTR_RSUDAT -1... 1
CONFIGURE RSU EQUIPMENT 4020.04 3 CONF_RSUEQ -1... 2
DIAGNOSE RSU EQUIPMENT 4046.00 3 DIAG_RSUEQ -1... 2
DISPLAY REMOTE SWITCHING UNIT EQUIPMENT 3971.00 3 DISP_RSUEQ -1... 1
DISPLAY STATUS OF RSU EQUIPMENT 4021.00 3 STAT_RSUEQ -1... 2
DUMP RSU MEMORY IMMEDIATE DUMP 3950.00 3 DMP_RSUIMDMP -1... 3
CANCEL RSU LINK 3974.00 3 CAN_RSULINK -1... 1
CREATE RSU LINK 3972.00 3 CR_RSULINK -1... 2
DISPLAY RSU LINK 3975.00 3 DISP_RSULINK -1... 2
MODIFY RSU LINK 3973.00 3 MOD_RSULINK -1... 2
DISPLAY RSU LINK PORT 3976.00 3 DISP_RSULPT -1... 2
DISPLAY STATUS OF RSU LINK PORT 4096.00 3 STAT_RSULPT -1... 2
CANCEL RSU LTG CONNECTION 3978.06 3 CAN_RSULTGCN -1... 1
CREATE RSU LTG CONNECTION 3977.06 3 CR_RSULTGCN -1... 3
DISPLAY RSU LTG CONNECTION 3979.06 3 DISP_RSULTGCN -1... 2
ACTIVATE RSU PERMANENT PATCH 3952.00 3 ACT_RSUPRPCH -1... 1

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CANCEL RSU PERMANENT PATCH 3955.00 3 CAN_RSUPRPCH -1... 1


DEACTIVATE RSU PERMANENT PATCH 3953.00 3 DACT_RSUPRPCH -1... 1
DISPLAY RSU PERMANENT PATCH 3956.01 3 DISP_RSUPRPCH -1... 4
ENTER RSU PERMANENT PATCH 3951.00 3 ENTR_RSUPRPCH -1... 4
UPDATE RSU PERMANENT PATCH 3954.00 3 UPD_RSUPRPCH -1... 1
ACTIVATE RSU TRACE EVENT 3962.00 3 ACT_RSUTRC -1... 2
CANCEL RSU TRACE EVENT 3964.00 3 CAN_RSUTRC -1... 1
DEACTIVATE RSU TRACE EVENT 3963.00 3 DACT_RSUTRC -1... 2
DISPLAY RSU TRACE EVENT 3965.00 3 DISP_RSUTRC -1... 2
DUMP RSU TRACE EVENT 3966.00 3 DMP_RSUTRC -1... 2
ENTER RSU TRACE EVENT 3949.00 3 ENTR_RSUTRC -1... 2
ACTIVATE RSU TRANSIENT PATCH 3958.00 3 ACT_RSUTRPCH -1... 1
CANCEL RSU TRANSIENT PATCH 3960.00 3 CAN_RSUTRPCH -1... 1
DEACTIVATE RSU TRANSIENT PATCH 3959.00 3 DACT_RSUTRPCH -1... 1
DISPLAY RSU TRANSIENT PATCH 3961.01 3 DISP_RSUTRPCH -1... 4
ENTER RSU TRANSIENT PATCH 3957.00 3 ENTR_RSUTRPCH -1... 2
DISPLAY SERVICE ACCESS CODE 1829.00 3 DISP_SACODE -1... 1
MODIFY SERVICE ACCESS CODE 1830.00 3 MOD_SACODE -1... 1
RECORD DATA OF SERVICES APPL. AND FEAT. 2150.01 3 REC_SAF -1... 4
CANCEL RSU SAS CODE POINT 4178.56 3 CAN_SASCPT -1... 1
CREATE RSU SAS CODE POINT 4176.56 3 CR_SASCPT -1... 1
DISPLAY RSU SAS CODE POINT 4179.56 3 DISP_SASCPT -1... 1
MODIFY RSU SAS CODE POINT 4177.56 3 MOD_SASCPT -1... 1
CANCEL RSU SAS CENTREX INTERCEPT 4259.00 3 CAN_SASCXINC -1... 1
CREATE RSU SAS CENTREX INTERCEPT 4258.00 3 CR_SASCXINC -1... 2
DISPLAY RSU SAS CENTREX INTERCEPT 4260.00 3 DISP_SASCXINC -1... 1
CANCEL RSU SAS INTERCEPT 4256.00 3 CAN_SASINC -1... 1
CREATE RSU SAS INTERCEPT 4255.00 3 CR_SASINC -1... 3
DISPLAY RSU SAS INTERCEPT 4257.00 3 DISP_SASINC -1... 3
CANCEL SCCP CALLING PARTY ADDRESS 1964.41 3 CAN_SCCGPA -1... 2
CREATE SCCP CALLING PARTY ADDRESS 1977.41 3 CR_SCCGPA -1... 18
DISPLAY SCCP CALLING PARTY ADDRESS 1989.41 3 DISP_SCCGPA -1... 2
MODIFY SCCP CALLING PARTY ADDRESS 2004.41 3 MOD_SCCGPA -1... 6
CANCEL SCCP COMMON SERVICE DATA 3106.17 3 CAN_SCDATA -1... 2
DISPLAY SCCP COMMON SERVICE DATA 3107.41 3 DISP_SCDATA -1... 2
ENTER SCCP COMMON SERVICE DATA 3105.41 3 ENTR_SCDATA -1... 4
CANCEL SUBSCRIBER CONTROLED FEATURE 2038.51 3 CAN_SCFEA -1... 3
DISPLAY SUBSCRIBER CONTROLLED FEATURE 2039.51 3 DISP_SCFEA -1... 5
ENTER SUBSCRIBER CONTROLLED FEATURE 2040.51 3 ENTR_SCFEA -1... 33
CANCEL CHANGEOVER TIMES S130 875.01 3 CAN_SCHOVTI -1... 2
DISPLAY CHANGEOVER TIMES S130 757.71 3 DISP_SCHOVTI -1... 1
ENTER CHANGEOVER TIMES S130 755.71 3 ENTR_SCHOVTI -1... 2
MODIFY CHANGEOVER TIMES S130 756.71 3 MOD_SCHOVTI -1... 2
MODIFY SCIDATA 4113.03 3 MOD_SCIDATA -1... 10
CANCEL SCREENING LIST 2404.05 3 CAN_SCLST -1... 5
DISPLAY SCREENING LIST 2405.05 3 DISP_SCLST -1... 5
ENTER SCREENING LIST 2403.05 3 ENTR_SCLST -1... 12
CANCEL SCCP REMOTE BROADCAST LIST 2041.00 3 CAN_SCRBLST -1... 1
CREATE SCCP REMOTE BROADCAST LIST 2042.00 3 CR_SCRBLST -1... 2
DISPLAY SCCP REMOTE BROADCAST LIST 2043.00 3 DISP_SCRBLST -1... 1
MODIFY SCCP REMOTE BROADCAST LIST 2044.00 3 MOD_SCRBLST -1... 2
TRANSFER SECURITY BUFFER 1941.01 3 TRANS_SCRTBUF -1... 1
CANCEL SCCP TSTUP SCRIPT 2850.00 3 CAN_SCSCR -1... 1
DISPLAY SCCP TSTUP SCRIPT 2852.00 3 DISP_SCSCR -1... 1
ENTER SCCP TSTUP SCRIPT 2853.30 3 ENTR_SCSCR -1... 2
CANCEL SCCP SUBSYSTEM 1965.41 3 CAN_SCSS -1... 3
CONFIGURE SCCP SUBSYSTEM 1969.41 3 CONF_SCSS -1... 3
CREATE SCCP SUBSYSTEM 1978.41 3 CR_SCSS -1... 4
DISPLAY SCCP SUBSYSTEM 1990.41 3 DISP_SCSS -1... 3
MODIFY SCCP SUBSYSTEM 2005.41 3 MOD_SCSS -1... 3
DISPLAY STATUS OF SCCP SUBSYSTEM 2007.41 3 STAT_SCSS -1... 3
CANCEL SCCP SUBSYSTEM SERVICE GROUP 3148.41 3 CAN_SCSSG -1... 1
CREATE SCCP SUBSYSTEM SERVICE GROUP 3149.41 3 CR_SCSSG -1... 4
DISPLAY SCCP SUBSYSTEM SERVICE GROUP 3150.41 3 DISP_SCSSG -1... 4
MODIFY SCCP SUBSYSTEM SERVICE GROUP 3151.41 3 MOD_SCSSG -1... 6
CANCEL SCCP SUBSYSTEM SERVICE DATA 1966.41 3 CAN_SCSSSD -1... 3
DISPLAY SCCP SUBSYSTEM SERVICE DATA 1991.41 3 DISP_SCSSSD -1... 3
ENTER SCCP SUBSYSTEM SERVICE DATA 1996.41 3 ENTR_SCSSSD -1... 5
RECORD SCCP AND TCAP 2940.00 3 REC_SCTC -1... 3
CANCEL SCCP TRANSLATOR SERVICE GROUP 1967.41 3 CAN_SCTRLG -1... 1
CREATE SCCP TRANSLATOR SERVICE GROUP 1979.41 3 CR_SCTRLG -1... 5
DISPLAY SCCP TRANSLATOR SERVICE GROUP 1992.41 3 DISP_SCTRLG -1... 1
MODIFY SCCP TRANSLATOR SERVICE GROUP 2006.41 3 MOD_SCTRLG -1... 2
ACTIVATE SCCP TEST USER PART 2616.41 3 ACT_SCTST -1... 2

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CANCEL SCCP TSTUP JOB DESCRIPTION 2628.01 3 CAN_SCTST -1... 1


DEACTIVATE SCCP TEST USER PART 2640.41 3 DACT_SCTST -1... 1
DISPLAY SCCP TSTUP JOB DESCRIPTION 2653.41 3 DISP_SCTST -1... 1
DUMP SCCP TEST USER PART 2654.41 3 DMP_SCTST -1... 1
ENTER SCCP TSTUP JOB DESCRIPTION 2657.41 3 ENTR_SCTST -1... 7
CANCEL TRANSLATION TYPE CONVERSION DATA 3398.41 3 CAN_SCTTCD -1... 3
DISPLAY TRANSLATION TYPE CONVERSION DATA 3399.41 3 DISP_SCTTCD -1... 4
ENTER TRANSLATION TYPE CONVERSION DATA 3397.41 3 ENTR_SCTTCD -1... 4
CANCEL SCCP USER 2841.41 3 CAN_SCUSER -1... 3
CREATE SCCP USER 2839.41 3 CR_SCUSER -1... 3
DISPLAY SCCP USER 2840.41 3 DISP_SCUSER -1... 3
CANCEL S130 DESTINATION DIRECTORY NUMBER 877.03 3 CAN_SDDN -1... 2
CREATE S130 DESTINATION DIRECTORY NUMBER 876.02 3 CR_SDDN -1... 2
MODIFY DDN OF S130 SUBSCRIBER 745.72 3 MOD_SDDN -1... 1
CANCEL S130 DEST. DIRECTORY NUMBER DATA 986.03 3 CAN_SDDNDATA -1... 2
DISPLAY DEST. DIR. NUMBER DATA 751.71 3 DISP_SDDNDATA -1... 1
ENTER S130 DEST. DIRECTORY NUMBER DATA 985.03 3 ENTR_SDDNDATA -1... 2
CANCEL S130 DIRECTORY NUMBERS 879.00 3 CAN_SDN -1... 1
CREATE S130 DIRECTORY NUMBERS 878.00 3 CR_SDN -1... 1
DISPLAY S130 DIRECTORY NUMBERS 880.00 3 DISP_SDN -1... 1
CANCEL S130 DIRECTORY NUMBER DATA 882.02 3 CAN_SDNDATA -1... 1
DISPLAY S130 SUBSCRIBER DATA 883.71 3 DISP_SDNDATA -1... 1
ENTER S130 DIRECTORY NUMBER DATA 881.02 3 ENTR_SDNDATA -1... 1
Display Security Alarming CP 1.00 3 DISP_SECALCP -1... 1
Modify Security Alarming CP 1.00 3 MOD_SECALCP -1... 1
Cancel Security Alarm Report Log CP 1.00 3 CAN_SECALLOGCP -1... 1
Create Security Alarm Report Log CP 1.00 3 CR_SECALLOGCP -1... 2
Display Security Alarm Report Log CP 1.00 3 DISP_SECALLOGCP -1... 1
Display Security Alarm Report Records CP 1.00 3 DISP_SECALRECCP -1... 1
UPDATE SECURITY DATA 3087.00 3 UPD_SECDATA -1... 1
DISPLAY SECURITY THRESHOLDS 3084.00 3 DISP_SECTHR -1... 1
MODIFY SECURITY THRESHOLDS 3091.00 3 MOD_SECTHR -1... 3
Display Security Tracer CP 1.00 3 DISP_SECTRCCP -1... 1
Modify Security Tracer CP 1.00 3 MOD_SECTRCCP -1... 1
ACTIVATE SEMAPHORE STATISTICS 1408.00 3 ACT_SEMASTAT -1... 1
DEACTIVATE SEMAPHORE STATISTICS 1407.00 3 DACT_SEMASTAT -1... 1
DISPLAY SEMAPHORE STATISTICS 1406.00 3 DISP_SEMASTAT -1... 1
CANCEL SERVICE DEPENDENT CUG DATA 2765.07 3 CAN_SERVCUG -1... 2
DISPLAY SERVICE DEPENDENT CUG DATA 2767.04 3 DISP_SERVCUG -1... 2
ENTER SERVICE DEPENDENT CUG DATA 2769.06 3 ENTR_SERVCUG -1... 2
CANCEL SESSION 2855.00 3 CAN_SESSION -1... 1
DISPLAY SESSION 2858.00 3 DISP_SESSION -1... 1
END SESSION 45.00 3 END_SESSION -1... 1
START SAFEGUARDING SOFTWARE 632.10 3 START_SFGSW -1... 1
DUMP COLLECTED SAFEGUARDING SYMPTOMS 2817.10 3 DMP_SFGSYMP -1... 1
DUMP SAFEGUARDING MESSAGES 1947.00 3 DMP_SGMSG -1... 1
ACTIVATE SIGNALING TRACER 1028.82 3 ACT_SIGNTRAC -1... 4
CANCEL SIGNALING TRACER 2760.00 3 CAN_SIGNTRAC -1... 1
DEACTIVATE SIGNALING TRACER 2762.00 3 DACT_SIGNTRAC -1... 1
DISPLAY SIGNALING TRACER 2033.00 3 DISP_SIGNTRAC -1... 1
DUMP SIGNALING TRACER 2758.02 3 DMP_SIGNTRAC -1... 3
ENTER SIGNALING TRACER OBJECT DATA 2752.10 3 ENTR_SIGNTRAC -1... 32
CREATE SIGNALING POINT FOR CP INSTALL 4087.13 3 CR_SIGP -1... 2
ACTIVATE SILC TRACE EVENT 3607.02 3 ACT_SILCTRC -1... 2
CANCEL SILC TRACE EVENT 3609.02 3 CAN_SILCTRC -1... 1
DEACTIVATE SILC TRACE EVENT 3608.02 3 DACT_SILCTRC -1... 2
DISPLAY SILC TRACE EVENT 3610.02 3 DISP_SILCTRC -1... 2
DUMP SILC TRACE EVENT 3611.02 3 DMP_SILCTRC -1... 2
ENTER SILC TRACE EVENT 3606.02 3 ENTR_SILCTRC -1... 2
TEST SUBSCRIBER LINE CIRCUIT 63.14 3 TEST_SLC -1... 3
CANCEL SUBSCRIBER/LINE ACCESS 3652.04 3 CAN_SLNACC -1... 1
CREATE SUBSCRIBER/LINE ACCESS 3649.05 3 CR_SLNACC -1... 11
DISPLAY SUBSCRIBER/LINE ACCESS 3651.08 3 DISP_SLNACC -1... 4
MODIFY SUBSCRIBER/LINE ACCESS 3650.08 3 MOD_SLNACC -1... 32
MODIFY SLRAM 1080.01 3 MOD_SLRAM -1... 1
ACTIVATE S130 METER OBSERVATION 752.72 3 ACT_SMOBS -1... 1
CANCEL S130 METER OBSERVATION 753.72 3 CAN_SMOBS -1... 1
SELECT S130 SUB. WITH METER OBSERVATION 884.00 3 SEL_SMOBS -1... 1
CONFIGURE SWITCHING NETWORK 926.17 3 CONF_SN -1... 3
DIAGNOSE SWITCHING NETWORK 974.03 3 DIAG_SN -1... 4
DISPLAY STATUS OF SN 918.10 3 STAT_SN -1... 1
TEST SPEECH PATHS THROUGH THE SN 938.00 3 TEST_SN -1... 3
DISPLAY SN BIT ERROR RATE COUNT 694.01 3 DISP_SNBERC -1... 1
START SN BIT ERROR RATE COUNT 693.02 3 START_SNBERC -1... 2

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DISPLAY SWITCHING NETWORK DATA 4071.01 3 DISP_SNDAT -1... 1


MODIFY SWITCHING NETWORK DATA 4070.02 3 MOD_SNDAT -1... 7
CONFIGURE SWITCHING NETWORK MATRIX 4083.17 3 CONF_SNMAT -1... 1
DIAGNOSE SWITCHING NETWORK MATRIX 4093.00 3 DIAG_SNMAT -1... 1
CONFIGURE SWITCHING NETWORK MULTIPLEXER 4084.17 3 CONF_SNMUX -1... 2
DIAGNOSE SWITCHING NETWORK MULTIPLEXER 4094.00 3 DIAG_SNMUX -1... 1
DISPLAY SN PATH DATA (TRANSIENT) 848.01 3 DISP_SNPD -1... 1
DISPLAY SERVICE OPTIONS 1750.00 3 DISP_SOPT -1... 1
ENTER SERVICE OPTIONS 1751.00 3 ENTR_SOPT -1... 1
CANCEL S130 ORIGIN DEPENDENCY 759.00 3 CAN_SORD -1... 1
DISPLAY S130 ORIGIN DEPENDENCY 760.70 3 DISP_SORD -1... 1
ENTER S130 ORIGIN DEPENDENCY 758.00 3 ENTR_SORD -1... 1
CANCEL TFS ORIGIN DEPENDENCY DATA 1539.01 3 CAN_SORDDATA -1... 1
DISPLAY TFS ORIGIN DEPENDENCY DATA 1540.01 3 DISP_SORDDATA -1... 1
ENTER TFS ORIGIN DEPENDENCY DATA 1538.01 3 ENTR_SORDDATA -1... 1
CANCEL SEMIPERMANENT CONNECTION 1813.05 3 CAN_SPCONN -1... 1
DISPLAY SEMIPERMANENT CONNECTION DATA 1814.05 3 DISP_SPCONN -1... 1
ENTER SEMIPERMANENT CONNECTION 1815.05 3 ENTR_SPCONN -1... 2
CANCEL SPOOLENTRY 1761.01 3 CAN_SPENTRY -1... 1
DISPLAY SPOOLENTRY 1764.00 3 DISP_SPENTRY -1... 1
MODIFY SPOOLENTRY 1766.01 3 MOD_SPENTRY -1... 1
DISPLAY SPOOLFILE 1765.00 3 DISP_SPFILE -1... 1
DISPLAY SPLIT OPTION 3480.00 3 DISP_SPLITOPT -1... 1
RESET SPLIT OPTION 3479.00 3 RSET_SPLITOPT -1... 1
SET SPLIT OPTION 3478.00 3 SET_SPLITOPT -1... 1
ACTIVATE SPOOLSERVICE 1760.02 3 ACT_SPSERV -1... 1
DEACTIVATE SPOOLSERVICE 1762.00 3 DACT_SPSERV -1... 1
ALLOW SYSTEM STATUS ANALYSIS 1083.00 3 ALLOW_SSA -1... 1
DISPLAY SYSTEM STATUS ANALYSIS DATA 1121.00 3 DISP_SSA -1... 1
INHIBIT SYSTEM STATUS ANALYSIS 1123.00 3 INHIB_SSA -1... 1
MODIFY SYSTEM STATUS ANALYSIS 1126.00 3 MOD_SSA -1... 1
CONFIGURE SPACE STAGE GROUP 927.17 3 CONF_SSG -1... 2
DIAGNOSE SPACE STAGE GROUP 976.00 3 DIAG_SSG -1... 4
TEST SPEECH PATHS THROUGH THE SSG 971.00 3 TEST_SSG -1... 5
DISPLAY SSP 1654.01 3 DISP_SSP -1... 1
MERGE SSP 1125.00 3 MERGE_SSP -1... 1
RECOVER SSP 453.10 3 RECOV_SSP -1... 1
SPLIT SSP 1088.01 3 SPLIT_SSP -1... 1
SEARCH SSP 1127.01 3 SRCH_SSP -1... 1
DISPLAY STATUS OF SSP 123.71 3 STAT_SSP -1... 1
TEST SSP 121.70 3 TEST_SSP -1... 1
ACTIVATE CONSISTENCY CHECK 1082.00 3 ACT_SSPCONCK -1... 1
ALLOW ROUTINE TEST 1085.01 3 ALLOW_SSPRT -1... 1
CUT OFF ROUTINETEST 1108.00 3 CUT_SSPRT -1... 1
DISPLAY ROUTINE TEST DATA 1122.01 3 DISP_SSPRT -1... 1
INHIBIT ROUTINE TEST 1124.01 3 INHIB_SSPRT -1... 1
MODIFY ROUTINE TEST DATA 1084.03 3 MOD_SSPRT -1... 3
CANCEL S130 SUBSCRIBER 748.72 3 CAN_SSUB -1... 1
CREATE S130 SUBSCRIBER 742.72 3 CR_SSUB -1... 2
DISPLAY S130 SUBSCRIBER 749.71 3 DISP_SSUB -1... 1
DISPLAY STATISTICS METER 257.71 3 DISP_STATMET -1... 1
CANCEL STATISTIC COUNTER SWITCH TIMES 697.03 3 CAN_STATSW -1... 1
DISPLAY STATISTIC COUNTER SWITCH TIMES 698.03 3 DISP_STATSW -1... 1
ENTER STATISTIC COUNTER SWITCH TIMES 696.04 3 ENTR_STATSW -1... 2
ACTIVATE SCCP AND TCAP MONITORING 2928.12 3 ACT_STMON -1... 7
DEACTIVATE SCCP AND TCAP MONITORING 2930.41 3 DACT_STMON -1... 7
DISPLAY SCCP AND TCAP MONITORING 2932.12 3 DISP_STMON -1... 10
ENTER SCCP AND TCAP MONITORING 2921.12 3 ENTR_STMON -1... 17
DISPLAY SCCP AND TCAP MONITORING INFO 3482.00 3 DISP_STMONINF -1... 1
ENTER SCCP AND TCAP MONITORING INFO 3481.00 3 ENTR_STMONINF -1... 1
CANCEL SUBSCRIBER 4.82 3 CAN_SUB -1... 2
CREATE SUBSCRIBER 2.18 3 CR_SUB -1...341
DISPLAY SUBSCRIBER 171.18 3 DISP_SUB -1... 16
MODIFY SUBSCRIBER 1038.22 3 MOD_SUB -1...325
RECORD SUBSCRIBER 344.74 3 REC_SUB -1... 8
DISPLAY STATUS OF SUBSCRIBER 536.80 3 STAT_SUB -1... 4
TEST SUBSCRIBER 1397.15 3 TEST_SUB -1... 4
MODIFY SUBSCRIBER DIRECTORY NUMBER 1861.14 3 MOD_SUBDN -1... 2
CANCEL SUBSCRIBER PROFILE ID 4011.01 3 CAN_SUBPRFID -1... 1
CREATE SUBSCRIBER PROFILE ID 4010.01 3 CR_SUBPRFID -1... 1
DISPLAY SUBSCRIBER PROFILE ID 4012.01 3 DISP_SUBPRFID -1... 1
ACTIVATE SERVICE SUBSCRIBER 3815.06 3 ACT_SVSUB -1... 1
CANCEL SERVICE SUBSCRIBER 3817.06 3 CAN_SVSUB -1... 1
CREATE SERVICE SUBSCRIBER 3813.07 3 CR_SVSUB -1... 5

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DEACTIVATE SERVICE SUBSCRIBER 3816.06 3 DACT_SVSUB -1... 1


DISPLAY SERVICE SUBSCRIBER 3818.07 3 DISP_SVSUB -1... 2
MODIFY SERVICE SUBSCRIBER 3814.07 3 MOD_SVSUB -1... 5
ACTIVATE SWD 1471.00 3 ACT_SWD -1... 1
TRANSFER SYSTEM FILES 1002.06 3 TRANS_SYFILE -1... 6
CONFIGURE SYSTEM PANEL 930.60 3 CONF_SYP -1... 1
DISPLAY STATUS OF SYSTEM PANEL 920.10 3 STAT_SYP -1... 1
ACTIVATE SYSTEM LOAD DISPLAY 2561.00 3 ACT_SYSLDD -1... 1
DEACTIVATE SYSTEM LOAD DISPLAY 2562.00 3 DACT_SYSLDD -1... 1
RECOVER SYSTEM 456.14 3 RECOV_SYSTEM -1... 2
ACTIVATE SYSTEM UPGRADE 3238.00 3 ACT_SYSUPG -1... 1
DEACTIVATE SYSTEM UPGRADE 3239.00 3 DACT_SYSUPG -1... 1
START SYSTEM UPGRADE 3241.00 3 START_SYSUPG -1... 1
SWITCH OFF TALK 1275.15 3 SWOFF_TALK -1... 1
SWITCH ON TALK 1274.15 3 SWON_TALK -1... 1
MOUNT TAPE 8.01 3 MOUNT_TAPE -1... 1
CANCEL TARIFF 57.06 3 CAN_TAR -1... 1
DISPLAY TARIFF 202.04 3 DISP_TAR -1... 2
ENTER TARIFF 56.09 3 ENTR_TAR -1... 4
MODIFY TARIFF 58.06 3 MOD_TAR -1... 2
CANCEL TARIFF SWITCH 60.07 3 CAN_TARSW -1... 2
DISPLAY TARIFF SWITCH 205.07 3 DISP_TARSW -1... 2
ENTER TARIFF SWITCH 59.07 3 ENTR_TARSW -1... 2
TAXATION MESSAGE SIMULATOR 2023.00 3 ACT_TAXSIM -1... 4
DEACTIVATE TAXATION MESSAGE SIMULATOR 2024.00 3 DACT_TAXSIM -1... 1
STATUS TAXATION MESSAGE SIMULATOR 2025.00 3 STAT_TAXSIM -1... 1
TEST TRUNK CIRCUIT 65.72 3 TEST_TC -1... 4
CANCEL TEAC 3864.00 3 CAN_TEAC -1... 1
CREATE TEAC 3862.00 3 CR_TEAC -1... 1
DISPLAY TEAC 3863.00 3 DISP_TEAC -1... 1
CANCEL TEST POINT 198.49 3 CAN_TEPT -1... 3
CREATE TEST POINT 188.52 3 CR_TEPT -1... 3
DISPLAY TEST POINT 1216.46 3 DISP_TEPT -1... 1
CANCEL TEST EQUIPMENT 247.06 3 CAN_TEQ -1... 2
CREATE TEST EQUIPMENT 246.35 3 CR_TEQ -1... 56
DISPLAY TEST EQUIPMENT 249.32 3 DISP_TEQ -1... 1
MODIFY TEST EQUIPMENT 248.11 3 MOD_TEQ -1... 54
DISPLAY STATUS OF TEST EQUIPMENT 845.76 3 STAT_TEQ -1... 2
CANCEL TEST EQUIPMENT DATA 1036.06 3 CAN_TEQDAT -1... 3
DISPLAY TEST EQUIPMENT DATA 1037.00 3 DISP_TEQDAT -1... 1
ENTER TEST EQUIPMENT DATA 1035.06 3 ENTR_TEQDAT -1... 3
TEST TERADYNE 3869.00 3 TEST_TERA -1... 1
ACTIVATE TEST PATH 842.12 3 ACT_TESTPATH -1... 2
CANCEL TEST THRESHOLD 1838.01 3 CAN_TESTTHR -1... 1
CREATE TEST THRESHOLD 1839.01 3 CR_TESTTHR -1... 4
DISPLAY TEST THRESHOLD 1841.01 3 DISP_TESTTHR -1... 1
MODIFY TEST THRESHOLD 1842.01 3 MOD_TESTTHR -1... 4
TRANSFER TEXT 1505.00 3 TRANS_TEXT -1... 1
CANCEL TRUNK GROUP CLUSTER 2772.01 3 CAN_TGCLU -1... 1
CREATE TRUNK GROUP CLUSTER 2771.04 3 CR_TGCLU -1... 3
DISPLAY TRUNK GROUP CLUSTER 2773.01 3 DISP_TGCLU -1... 1
MODIFY TRUNK GROUP CLUSTER 2774.04 3 MOD_TGCLU -1... 4
CANCEL TRUNK GROUP DATA 1874.49 3 CAN_TGDAT -1... 5
ENTER TRUNK GROUP DATA 1875.51 3 ENTR_TGDAT -1... 61
CANCEL TRUNK GROUP 14.39 3 CAN_TGRP -1... 1
CREATE TRUNK GROUP 11.53 3 CR_TGRP -1... 96
DISPLAY TRUNK GROUP 226.51 3 DISP_TGRP -1... 7
MODIFY TRUNK GROUP 35.49 3 MOD_TGRP -1... 9
RECORD TRUNK GROUP 291.07 3 REC_TGRP -1... 5
DISPLAY TRUNK GROUP ALARM THRESHOLD 1889.30 3 DISP_TGRPTHR -1... 1
ENTER TRUNK GROUP ALARM THRESHOLDS 2548.30 3 ENTR_TGRPTHR -1... 11
CANCEL TRUNK GROUP TEST DATA 721.27 3 CAN_TGTSTDAT -1... 2
DISPLAY TRUNK GROUP TEST DATA 722.28 3 DISP_TGTSTDAT -1... 2
ENTER TRUNK GROUP TEST DATA 719.33 3 ENTR_TGTSTDAT -1... 6
MODIFY TRUNK GROUP TEST DATA 720.33 3 MOD_TGTSTDAT -1... 6
DISPLAY THRESHOLD 256.01 3 DISP_THR -1... 1
ENTER THRESHOLD 255.73 3 ENTR_THR -1... 1
MEASURE THRESHOLD-VIOLATION 1785.10 3 MEAS_THVIOL -1... 3
DISPLAY TIME 50.15 3 DISP_TIME -1... 1
ENTER TIME 52.15 3 ENTR_TIME -1... 2
MODIFY TIME 4142.15 3 MOD_TIME -1... 3
DISPLAY TIMEOUT 767.13 3 DISP_TIOUT -1... 1
MODIFY TIMEOUT 850.21 3 MOD_TIOUT -1... 18
DISPLAY TIME JOB 259.01 3 DISP_TJOB -1... 1

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CAN TRUNK MAINTENANCE BLOCKING STATUS 1882.08 3 CAN_TMBLK -1... 2


ENTER TRUNK MAINTENANCE BLOCKING STATUS 1883.07 3 ENTR_TMBLK -1... 2
DISPLAY TRUNK MAINTENANCE CONTROL 377.71 3 DISP_TMCNTL -1... 1
ENTER TRUNK MAINTENANCE CONTROL 324.30 3 ENTR_TMCNTL -1... 7
CANCEL TOLL CATASTROPHE 306.49 3 CAN_TOLLCAT -1... 1
DISPLAY TOLL CATASTROPHE 305.49 3 DISP_TOLLCAT -1... 1
ENTER TOLL CATASTROPHE 307.49 3 ENTR_TOLLCAT -1... 1
CANCEL TONE IDENTIFICATION 2344.01 3 CAN_TONEID -1... 1
CREATE TONE IDENTIFICATION 2337.02 3 CR_TONEID -1... 4
DISPLAY TONE IDENTIFICATION 2345.01 3 DISP_TONEID -1... 1
MODIFY TONE IDENTIFICATION 2343.02 3 MOD_TONEID -1... 4
CANCEL TRAFFIC RESTRICTION CLASS BLOCK 1416.52 3 CAN_TRABLOCK -1... 2
DISPLAY TRAFFIC RESTRICTION CLASS BLOCK 1415.49 3 DISP_TRABLOCK -1... 1
ENTER TRAFFIC RESTRICTION CLASS BLOCK 1417.52 3 ENTR_TRABLOCK -1... 3
CANCEL TRACE LIST 1150.11 3 CAN_TRACELST -1... 1
DISPLAY TRACE LIST 1151.06 3 DISP_TRACELST -1... 1
ENTER TRACE LIST 1149.11 3 ENTR_TRACELST -1... 1
DISPLAY TRAFFIC FILE CHARACTERISTIC 283.04 3 DISP_TRAFICH -1... 1
GET TRAFFIC FILE 286.11 3 GET_TRAFILE -1... 2
ACT TRAFFIC MEASUREMENT SUMMATION 2158.00 3 ACT_TRAFISUM -1... 1
RECORD TRAFFIC FLOW 2016.00 3 REC_TRAFLOW -1... 4
CANCEL TRAFFIC MONITORING TASKS 3374.12 3 CAN_TRAMON -1... 5
DISPLAY TRAFFIC MONITORING TASKS 3375.12 3 DISP_TRAMON -1... 5
ENTER TRAFFIC MONITORING TASK 3373.13 3 ENTR_TRAMON -1... 13
DISPLAY TRAFFIC MEASUREMENT ORDERS 507.04 3 DISP_TRAMORD -1... 1
DISPLAY IRREGULARITY TRAPS 1058.32 3 DISP_TRAPS -1... 10
CANCEL TRAFFIC TYPE 3639.46 3 CAN_TRAT -1... 1
CREATE TRAFFIC TYPE 3637.54 3 CR_TRAT -1... 3
DISPLAY TRAFFIC TYPE 3640.46 3 DISP_TRAT -1... 1
MODIFY TRAFFIC TYPE 3638.52 3 MOD_TRAT -1... 3
CANCEL TRAFFIC TYPE CODE POINT 3643.46 3 CAN_TRATCPT -1... 1
CREATE TRAFFIC TYPE CODE POINT 3641.57 3 CR_TRATCPT -1... 2
DISPLAY TRAFFIC TYPE CODE POINT 3644.57 3 DISP_TRATCPT -1... 2
MODIFY TRAFFIC TYPE CODE POINT 3642.57 3 MOD_TRATCPT -1... 2
CANCEL TRUNK DATA 687.41 3 CAN_TRDAT -1... 2
ENTER TRUNK DATA 686.41 3 ENTR_TRDAT -1... 3
MEASURE TRUNK SIGNAL 1311.10 3 MEAS_TRKSIG -1... 9
SEND TRUNK SIGNAL 1312.11 3 SEND_TRKSIG -1... 11
ACTIVATE TRUNK SUPERVISION 1850.02 3 ACT_TRKSUP -1... 1
SET TRACER LOAD LIMIT 1141.00 3 SET_TRLL -1... 1
DISPLAY TRUNK METER 262.02 3 DISP_TRMET -1... 1
DISPLAY TRAFFIC OBJECTS 1575.00 3 DISP_TRO -1... 1
CANCEL TRAFFIC OBJECT CENTREX GROUP 2877.00 3 CAN_TROCXGRP -1... 1
ENTER TRAFFIC OBJECT CENTREX GROUP 2875.01 3 ENTR_TROCXGRP -1... 1
CANCEL TRAFFIC OBJECTS DESTINATION 1576.02 3 CAN_TRODEST -1... 1
ENTER TRAFFIC OBJECTS DESTINATION 1562.02 3 ENTR_TRODEST -1... 1
CANCEL TRAFFIC OBJECT DIGITAL LINE UNIT 1570.00 3 CAN_TRODLU -1... 1
ENTER TRAFFIC OBJECT DIGITAL LINE UNIT 1569.01 3 ENTR_TRODLU -1... 1
CANCEL TRAFFIC OBJECTS GROUP 1577.00 3 CAN_TROGRP -1... 1
CREATE TRAFFIC OBJECT GROUP 1558.04 3 CR_TROGRP -1... 1
DISPLAY TRAFFIC OBJECTS GROUPS 1574.00 3 DISP_TROGRP -1... 1
CANCEL TRAFFIC OBJ PRIMARY RATE ACCESS 3069.00 3 CAN_TROPA -1... 1
ENTER TRAFFIC OBJECT PRIMARY RATE ACCESS 3066.01 3 ENTR_TROPA -1... 1
CAN TRAFFIC OBJ PRIVATE BRANCH EXCHANGE 1561.01 3 CAN_TROPBX -1... 1
ENTR TRAFFIC OBJ PRIVATE BRANCH EXCHANGE 1560.04 3 ENTR_TROPBX -1... 1
CANCEL TRAFFIC OBJECTS SUBSCRIBER 1564.03 3 CAN_TROSUB -1... 1
ENTER TRAFFIC OBJECTS SUBSCRIBER 1563.05 3 ENTR_TROSUB -1... 1
CANCEL TRAFFIC OBJECT TRUNKGROUP 1566.00 3 CAN_TROTGRP -1... 1
ENTER TRAFFIC OBJECT TRUNKGROUP 1565.01 3 ENTR_TROTGRP -1... 1
CANCEL TRAFFIC OBJECT V52 INTERFACE 3830.00 3 CAN_TROV52IF -1... 1
ENTER TRAFFIC OBJECT V52 INTERFACE 3829.00 3 ENTR_TROV52IF -1... 1
CANCEL TRAFFIC STRUCTURE MEASUREMENT JOB 700.06 3 CAN_TRST -1... 1
DISPLAY TRAFFIC STRUCT. MEASUREMENT JOB 701.01 3 DISP_TRST -1... 1
ENTER TRAFFIC STRUCTURE MEASUREMENT JOB 2670.16 3 ENTR_TRST -1... 3
CANCEL TRUNK RESERVATION CONTROL 2026.01 3 CAN_TRSVCNTL -1... 1
DISPLAY TRUNK RESERVATION CONTROL 2028.02 3 DISP_TRSVCNTL -1... 1
ENTER TRUNK RESERVATION CONTROL 2030.08 3 ENTR_TRSVCNTL -1... 3
MODIFY TRUNK RESERVATION CONTROL 2032.07 3 MOD_TRSVCNTL -1... 2
CANCEL TRUNK RESERVATION TRAFFIC CRIT. 2027.04 3 CAN_TRSVCRIT -1... 3
DISPLAY TRUNK RESERVATION TRAFFIC CRIT. 2029.06 3 DISP_TRSVCRIT -1... 2
ENTER TRUNK RESERVATION TRAFFIC CRITERIA 2031.05 3 ENTR_TRSVCRIT -1... 4
CANCEL TRUNK RESERVATION TRAFFIC 3811.00 3 CAN_TRSVTRAF -1... 1
DISPLAY TRUNK RESERVATION TRAFFIC 3812.00 3 DISP_TRSVTRAF -1... 2
ENTER TRUNK RESERVATION TRAFFIC 3810.02 3 ENTR_TRSVTRAF -1... 5

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MODIFY TRUNK RESERVATION TRAFFIC 3942.02 3 MOD_TRSVTRAF -1... 7


ACTIVATE TRUNK TRAP 346.30 3 ACT_TRTRAP -1... 18
CANCEL TRUNK TRAP 347.30 3 CAN_TRTRAP -1... 6
DISPLAY TRIPLE TEST VALUES 2035.00 3 DISP_TRTVAL -1... 1
ENTER TRIPLE TEST VALUES 2037.00 3 ENTR_TRTVAL -1... 2
CANCEL TRUNK 15.41 3 CAN_TRUNK -1... 2
CREATE TRUNK 12.55 3 CR_TRUNK -1... 20
DISPLAY TRUNK 189.43 3 DISP_TRUNK -1... 4
DISPLAY STATUS OF TRUNK 355.52 3 STAT_TRUNK -1... 6
TEST TRUNK 61.16 3 TEST_TRUNK -1... 13
CONFIGURE TIME STAGE GROUP 972.17 3 CONF_TSG -1... 2
DIAGNOSE TIME STAGE GROUP 975.00 3 DIAG_TSG -1... 3
TEST SPEECH PATHS THROUGH THE TSG 973.00 3 TEST_TSG -1... 5
CREATE TSM 4122.00 3 CR_TSM -1... 1
RELEASE TEST CALL 1280.15 3 REL_TSTCALL -1... 1
SET UP TEST CALL 1283.30 3 SETUP_TSTCALL -1... 24
DISPLAY TESTING JOBS 803.01 3 DISP_TSTJOB -1... 1
CHANGE TEST OBJECT 1273.30 3 CHANGE_TSTOBJ -1... 24
CHANGE TPC TEST PORT 1784.00 3 CHANGE_TSTPRT -1... 1
DISPLAY TEST RESULTS 801.01 3 DISP_TSTRES -1... 1
DELETE TEST SCHEDULE 802.00 3 DEL_TSTSCHED -1... 1
DISPLAY TEST SCHEDULE 800.01 3 DISP_TSTSCHED -1... 1
ENTER TEST SCHEDULE 799.00 3 ENTR_TSTSCHED -1... 18
CANCEL TELEWORKER 4108.00 3 CAN_TW -1... 2
DISPLAY TELEWORKER 4109.01 3 DISP_TW -1... 2
ENTER TELEWORKER 4107.01 3 ENTR_TW -1... 4
DISPLAY UPDATE 406.02 3 DISP_UPDATE -1... 1
TEST UPDATE FUNCTIONS 1412.00 3 TEST_UPDATE -1... 1
ACTIVATE UPDATE CHECKPOINTING 4226.10 3 ACT_UPDCHP -1... 1
DISPLAY UPGRADE OPTIONS 4119.00 3 DISP_UPGRDOPT -1... 1
RESET UPGRADE OPTIONS 4121.00 3 RSET_UPGRDOPT -1... 1
SET UPGRADE OPTIONS 4120.00 3 SET_UPGRDOPT -1... 1
CANCEL USER IDENTIFICATION 2860.01 3 CAN_USERID -1... 1
CREATE USER IDENTIFICATION 2856.02 3 CR_USERID -1... 2
DISPLAY USER IDENTIFICATION 2861.00 3 DISP_USERID -1... 1
MODIFY USER IDENTIFICATION 2862.02 3 MOD_USERID -1... 2
ACTIVATE UNITEST TRACE 1246.06 3 ACT_UTTRAC -1... 4
CANCEL UNITEST TRACE CONDITION 2705.00 3 CAN_UTTRAC -1... 1
DEACTIVATE UNITEST TRACE 1250.00 3 DACT_UTTRAC -1... 1
DISPLAY UNITEST TRACE AND TRIGGER STATUS 2723.00 3 DISP_UTTRAC -1... 1
DUMP UNITEST TRACE DATAS 1258.02 3 DMP_UTTRAC -1... 1
ENTER UNITEST TRACE CONDITION 2706.01 3 ENTR_UTTRAC -1... 5
CANCEL V5 COMMUNICATION CHANNEL 3534.00 3 CAN_V5CMCHAN -1... 1
CREATE V5 COMMUNICATION CHANNEL 3527.01 3 CR_V5CMCHAN -1... 4
DISPLAY V5 COMMUNICATION CHANNEL 3529.02 3 DISP_V5CMCHAN -1... 2
MODIFY V5 COMMUNICATION CHANNEL 3615.00 3 MOD_V5CMCHAN -1... 4
DISP STATUS OF V5 COMMUNICATION CHANNEL 3567.00 3 STAT_V5CMCHAN -1... 1
CANCEL V5 COMMUNICATION PATH 3535.01 3 CAN_V5CMPATH -1... 1
CREATE V5 COMMUNICATION PATH 3528.04 3 CR_V5CMPATH -1... 5
DISPLAY V5 COMMUNICATION PATH 3530.02 3 DISP_V5CMPATH -1... 2
CANCEL V5 INTERFACE 3097.02 3 CAN_V5IF -1... 1
CREATE V5 INTERFACE 3098.05 3 CR_V5IF -1... 4
DISPLAY V5 INTERFACE 3099.04 3 DISP_V5IF -1... 2
MODIFY V5 INTERFACE 3101.05 3 MOD_V5IF -1... 4
RECORD V5.2 INTERFACE 3550.37 3 REC_V5IF -1... 4
DISPLAY STATUS OF V5 INTERFACE 3132.02 3 STAT_V5IF -1... 2
CANCEL V5 LINK 3533.01 3 CAN_V5LINK -1... 3
CONFIGURE V5 LINK 3131.05 3 CONF_V5LINK -1... 10
CREATE V5 LINK 3526.03 3 CR_V5LINK -1... 3
DISPLAY V5 LINK 3511.04 3 DISP_V5LINK -1... 4
MODIFY V5 LINK 3531.02 3 MOD_V5LINK -1... 4
DISPLAY STATUS OF V5 LINK 3133.03 3 STAT_V5LINK -1... 4
TEST V5LINK IDENTIFICATION 3680.01 3 TEST_V5LINK -1... 3
CONFIGURE V5 PORTS 3152.03 3 CONF_V5PORT -1... 2
DISPLAY V5 PORT 3100.03 3 DISP_V5PORT -1... 2
SELECT V5 PORT 3102.03 3 SEL_V5PORT -1... 2
DISPLAY STATUS OF V5 PORTS 3153.02 3 STAT_V5PORT -1... 1
ACTIVATE V5 RE-PROVISIONING 2173.00 3 ACT_V5PROV -1... 2
DEACTIVATE V5 RE-PROVISIONING 2175.00 3 DACT_V5PROV -1... 1
DISPLAY V5 RE-PROVISIONING 2174.00 3 DISP_V5PROV -1... 1
CANCEL NEW V5 PROVISIONING VARIANT 2172.00 3 CAN_V5PROVAR -1... 1
DISPLAY NEW V5 PROVISIONING VARIANT 2171.00 3 DISP_V5PROVAR -1... 1
ENTER NEW V5 PROVISIONING VARIANT 2170.00 3 ENTR_V5PROVAR -1... 1
DISPLAY V5 TIME SLOT 3512.03 3 DISP_V5TS -1... 4

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MODIFY V5 TIME SLOT 3532.03 3 MOD_V5TS -1... 11


DISPLAY STATUS OF V5 TIME SLOT 2163.02 3 STAT_V5TS -1... 4
CANCEL VOICE RECOGNITION 2348.00 3 CAN_VOICEREC -1... 1
CREATE VOICE RECOGNITION 2346.00 3 CR_VOICEREC -1... 1
DISPLAY VOICE RECOGNITION 2349.00 3 DISP_VOICEREC -1... 1
MODIFY VOICE RECOGNITION 2347.00 3 MOD_VOICEREC -1... 1
CANCEL VIRTUAL OPERATOR SERVICE DATA 4116.00 3 CAN_VOPDAT -1... 1
CREATE VIRTUAL OPERATOR SERVICE DATA 4114.01 3 CR_VOPDAT -1... 5
DISPLAY VIRTUAL OPERATOR SERVICE DATA 4117.01 3 DISP_VOPDAT -1... 4
MODIFY VIRTUAL OPERATOR SERVICE DATA 4115.01 3 MOD_VOPDAT -1... 6
CONFIGURE VOICE PROCESSING UNIT 4143.00 3 CONF_VPU -1... 1
DIAGNOSE VOICE PROCESSING UNIT RECEIVERS 4144.00 3 DIAG_VPU -1... 1
DISP. STATUS VPU RECEIVERS 4145.00 3 STAT_VPU -1... 1
COPY VSD DATABASE BACKUP FILE 4125.15 3 COPY_VSD -1... 1
LOAD VSD DATABASE BACKUP FILE 4129.16 3 LOAD_VSD -1... 1
MERGE VSD 4088.28 3 MERGE_VSD -1... 1
MODIFY VSD DATABASE 4250.16 3 MOD_VSD -1... 1
RELINK VSD RECORDS 4127.14 3 RLINK_VSD -1... 1
UPDATE VSD BACKUP FILE 4128.16 3 UPD_VSD -1... 1
DISPLAY VSD DATABASE STATISTIC DATA 4126.16 3 DISP_VSDSTAT -1... 1
DISPLAY WEEKDAY CATEGORY 685.39 3 DISP_WDCAT -1... 1
MODIFY WEEKDAY CATEGORY 725.39 3 MOD_WDCAT -1... 1
ACTIVATE WORK STATION 1286.24 3 ACT_WST -1... 2
CANCEL WORKSTATION 1222.00 3 CAN_WST -1... 1
CREATE WORKSTATION 1219.36 3 CR_WST -1... 7
DEACTIVATE WORK STATION 1287.01 3 DACT_WST -1... 1
DISPLAY WORKSTATION 1223.00 3 DISP_WST -1... 1
MODIFY WORKSTATION 1425.11 3 MOD_WST -1... 2
STATUS OF WORK STATION 1788.01 3 STAT_WST -1... 1
CANCEL WORKSTATION GROUP 1227.00 3 CAN_WSTGRP -1... 1
CREATE WORKSTATION GROUP 1220.28 3 CR_WSTGRP -1... 4
DISPLAY WORKSTATION GROUP 1221.00 3 DISP_WSTGRP -1... 1
MODIFY WORKSTATION GROUP 1453.28 3 MOD_WSTGRP -1... 2
ALLOW INCOMING CALL TO WORK STATION 1285.01 3 ALLOW_WSTIC -1... 1
INHIBIT INCOMING CALL TO WORK STATION 1284.01 3 INHIB_WSTIC -1... 1
CANCEL WORKSTATION TESTPORT 1225.00 3 CAN_WSTPRT -1... 1
CREATE WORKSTATION TESTPORT 1224.29 3 CR_WSTPRT -1... 2
DISPLAY WORKSTATION TESTPORT 1226.00 3 DISP_WSTPRT -1... 1
STATUS X25 DATA 3037.01 3 STAT_X25DAT -1... 2
CANCEL X25DTE 2685.00 3 CAN_X25DTE -1... 1
CREATE X25 DATA TERMINAL EQUIPMENT 2689.03 3 CR_X25DTE -1... 12
DISPLAY X25 DATA TERMINAL EQUIPMENT 2695.03 3 DISP_X25DTE -1... 3
MODIFY X25 DATA TERMINAL EQUIPMENT 2701.03 3 MOD_X25DTE -1... 3
CANCEL X25 LINK 2512.02 3 CAN_X25LINK -1... 1
CONFIGURE X25 LINK 2513.02 3 CONF_X25LINK -1... 1
CREATE X25 LINK 2509.05 3 CR_X25LINK -1... 10
DISPLAY X25 LINK 2511.02 3 DISP_X25LINK -1... 1
MODIFY X25 LINK 2510.05 3 MOD_X25LINK -1... 10
CANCEL X25PVC 2520.02 3 CAN_X25PVC -1... 1
CREATE X25PVC 2519.02 3 CR_X25PVC -1... 3
DISPLAY X25PVC 2521.04 3 DISP_X25PVC -1... 2
CANCEL X25ROUTE 2686.00 3 CAN_X25ROUTE -1... 1
CREATE X25ROUTE 2690.03 3 CR_X25ROUTE -1... 4
DISPLAY X25ROUTE 2696.01 3 DISP_X25ROUTE -1... 1
ACTIVATE X25 STATISTICS 2754.00 3 ACT_X25STC -1... 2
DEACTIVATE X25 STATISTICS 2755.00 3 DACT_X25STC -1... 1
DISPLAY X25 STATISTICS INFORMATION 2756.00 3 DISP_X25STC -1... 1
DUMP X25 STATISTICS 2581.01 3 DMP_X25STC -1... 2
ACTIVATE X25 TRACER 2501.02 3 ACT_X25TRAC -1... 9
DEACTIVATE X25 TRACER 2502.01 3 DACT_X25TRAC -1... 2
DISPLAY X25 TRACER INFORMATION 2504.00 3 DISP_X25TRAC -1... 1
DUMP X25 TRACE DATA 2503.01 3 DMP_X25TRAC -1... 3
DISPLAY ZONING INFORMATION 2869.04 3 DISP_ZOINF -1... 1
MODIFY ZONING INFORMATION 2868.04 3 MOD_ZOINF -1... 1
CANCEL ZONE POINT 29.73 3 CAN_ZOPT -1... 5
CREATE ZONE POINT 26.73 3 CR_ZOPT -1... 9
DISPLAY ZONE POINT 190.73 3 DISP_ZOPT -1... 6
MERGE ZONE POINT 388.73 3 MERGE_ZOPT -1... 7
MODIFY ZONE POINT 37.73 3 MOD_ZOPT -1... 12
SPLIT ZONE POINT 386.73 3 SPLIT_ZOPT -1... 7

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The Task Manual (TML) is a reference document which contains all tasks needed to
operate the system including those tasks intended only for system specialists
with special authorization.
Technological advances have led to changes in the way the switch is addressed.
Concretely this means that there are new interfaces via which communication with
the switch possible. Therefore some tasks communicate with the switch via
traditional commands, others via a slightly different input format. For the
sake of continuity all of these elements will be called tasks in future and will
be described in this document. As in the past, the reader accesses the required
information from the TML Table of Contents, or if task access is made from one
of the manuals, through links in those documents.

Care has been taken to make input format representation as similar as possible.
There are however differences which the user must be aware of. For example the
output masks for traditional commands are described in an independent document
(OML). The outputs in the new form of tasks, if further clarification is required,
are described in the relevant task in this document. Another example is that the
length of the input parameters is not limited to 8 characters in the new tasks,
the parameter names may be up to 20 characters long.

Structure

The structure of the TML is as follows:

À Overview and Index of issues


À Introduction
À Cross reference lists for MML
À Task descriptions

Overview and Index of Issues

The TML overview makes up the administration section. The overview contains all
tasks in tabular order. All entries contain an issue report and, if necessary,
a change designation.

In addition it contains a list of the other TML sections, for example Introduction.
The overview contains links which allow the user to jump to the information in the
other TML section.

Introduction

The Introduction contains specific instruction for using the TML including the
differences relevant to operation between traditional commands (MML tasks) and the
newer tasks. Where the information is valid for all tasks, it appears only once.
Where there are differences it is clearly stated for which type of task the
information is intended.

Task descriptions

The task descriptions are the main part of the TML and reflect the set of tasks
relevant to a specific APS. Task descriptions include information about the syntax,
parameters, and where applicable paths and parameter values.

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Task descriptions are structured as follows:

1. Task short and long name


2. Task helptext
3. Task syntax
4. Parameter information including general parameter information, and where
applicable, subparameter and parameter value information

Input syntax

This section provides an overview of the input format for tasks and the syntax.
The syntax is displayed in Backus-Naur Notation:

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB@BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 Graphic display of 1 Comment 1
1 parameters 1 1
ABBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBCBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB2
1 DEMO= 1 Entering the parameters is 1
1 1 mandatory. 1
ABBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBCBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB2
1 [,DEMO ] 1 Entering the parameters is 1
1 1 optional. 1
ABBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBCBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB2
1 (,DEMO1=) 1 Entering exactly one parameter 1
1 Z,DEMO2=Y 1 is mandatory. 1
1 * + 1 1
ABBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBCBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB2
1 X (,DEMO1=) = 1 Entering exactly one parameter 1
1 1 Z,DEMO2=Y 1 1 is optional. 1
1 > * + W 1 1
ABBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBCBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB2
1 [ ,DEMO1=,DEMO2= ] 1 Entering all parameter or none 1
1 1 entered. 1
ABBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBCBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB2
1 [ ,DEMO1= [ ,DEMO2= ] ] 1 Possible combinations: 1
1 1 - Enter all parameters 1
1 1 - Enter only parameter DEMO1 1
1 1 - Enter both parameters 1
1 1 (Parameter DEMO2 alone may 1
1 1 not be entered.) 1
ABBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBCBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB2
1 <,DEMO1=,DEMO2=,DEMO3= > 1 At least one parameter must 1
1 1 be entered. 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB?BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

The syntax diagrams contain links which allow direct access to the individual
parameter descriptions.

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MML task specific

MML tasks which can be used for different purposes are split into different input
formats (paths). This applies particularly in cases in which the above mentioned
syntax is not able to represent all the dependencies among parameters, parameters
and parameter values, or among parameter values. If the general version of the
command is used, the dependencies between parameters which may occur when particular
parameter values are selected are not dynamically modified to represent these
dependencies. For example, if a particular parameter value is selected, and this
selection causes mandatory input of another parameter, this is not indicated through
color change.
An overview of the input formats is given at the beginning of each command
description.

Example: The MML task has the following paths:

1. CR TEQ - ATCL ACCESS TEST CIRCUIT SUB LINE


2. CR TEQ - ATE AUTOMATIC TEST EQUIPMENT
3. CR TEQ - ATEMAN ATE FOR TESTING AND MEASURING
4. CR TEQ - ATESELF ATE FOR SELFTEST
5. CR TEQ - TEMLE TEST MODULE LEVEL
6. CR TEQ - TESTSET TEST SET
7. CR TEQ - RBSI RING BACK SERVICE INTEGRATED
8. CR TEQ - TLFI TRANSLATION FUNCTION INTEGRAT.
9. CR TEQ - ADDATE ADDITIONAL ATE PORT

The paths also contain links which allow direct access to the individual input
descriptions.

Input parameters

The description of the input parameters explains the syntax of the individual
parameters.
In the simplest cases, parameters are described by the parameter short and long
name and the parameter value range. The parameter value range may be, e.g. a range
of decimal numbers or it may be defined by a specific character set as shown below:

Alphanumeric symbolic names: A...Z 0...9. + * % #

Alphanumeric text strings: A...Z 0...9. + * % # < ( & ! $ ) ; - / ,


_ > ? : @ ’ =
<enter> <line feed>

Text strings must be enclosed in quotation marks ("). If a quotation mark must be
included in a text string, it must be doubled (""). The maximum length of a text
string including the quotation marks is 72 characters.

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Example:

PARDM1 PARAMETER DEMONSTRATION 1 =


5...8 characters from the symbolic name character set

However in certain cases, mnemonic abbreviations may be entered for a parameter.


These abbreviations are also called identifiers. Identifiers have short and long
names and may be supplemented by a help text.

Example:

PARDM2 PARAMETER DEMONSTRATION 2=


IDF1 LONGNAME IDENTIFIER NO.1
IDF2 LONGNAME IDENTIFIER NO.2

Under certain circumstances a parameter may have up to 4 subparameters.


Subparameters are also called information units; they must be separated
by a hyphen. In the Task Manual, information units are symbolized by the
lowercase letters a, b, c, and d.

Example:

PARDM3 PARAMETER DEMONSTRATION 3 =


a-b-c-d

a: FIRST INFORMATION UNIT =


0...7, range of decimal numbers

b: SECOND INFORMATION UNIT =

etc.

The so-called new and old parameters are also represented by lowercase
letters.

Example:

DIGIT DIGITS =
The parameter specifies the prefix digits for test multiple.
n/o
n/
/o
1...8 hexadecimal number where B is interchangeable with *
and C is interchangeable with #

In this case, new and old have a very general meaning.

EXAMPLE:

MOD TEQ: DIGITS=newvalue/oldvalue Changes the prefix digit


new value/old value
MOD TEQ: DIGITS=newvalue/ Enters new prefix digit
MOD TEQ: DIGITS= /oldvalue Deletes old prefix digit

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Default values

If the syntax allows omission of a parameter or subparameter, the key word


"Default" in the parameter help text describes how the system will responds.
The following cases are possible:

- Default value: <value>


<value> is a parameter value within the permissible range that is
automatically used if the parameter is omitted.

- Default behavior: <value>


Values given are added to the default value.
This combination indicates that one can add other values to default values.

- Default behavior: <text>


<text> describes the behavior of the system if the parameter is
omitted. This option is selected if it is not possible to specify
a default value.

Examples:

- Optional parameter DATE


Default value: current date.
The current date is used.

- Option selection parameter for DISP and STAT commands


Default behavior: no restriction of output
Output is not restricted by omission of the parameter.

- Optional control parameter for CR, ENTR, CAN and MOD commands
Default behavior: no effect on the database
The database is not modified.

- Optional control parameter for ACT, DACT, DIAG and TEST commands
Default behavior: no effect on the process
The process is not affected by omission of the parameter.

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OML structure

The OML contains the following registers:

TAB - Cross-reference lists


MASK - Status reports

More information on these registers is provided below. All examples given are
fictitious; they may not be part of the actual software.

The OML contains the status reports and the cross-reference lists that
allow you to assign output mask numbers to report groups.

The cross-reference list is subdivided into two tables that are sorted
as follows:

- Report group, mask number, mask variant and, if necessary, the command

- Mask number, mask variant, report group and, if necessary, the command

MASK

Masks that occur in various situations are described only once.


For this reason, parameters may be listed for a mask that do not
apply in a specific case.

The explanation includes

- the reason for the report,


- remedies, and
- the meaning of the output parameters.

The output parameters are displayed in a grid.

Example:

1
1
1 2 3 i 4 5 6 7
123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890123456789012
XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
0 1 1
1 1 TEXTTEXT TEXT TEXT TEXTTEXTTEXT TEXT 1
2 1 1
3 1 PARAM2 1
4 1 BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB 1
BB§5 1 XXXXXX 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Output parameters

Position of the Meaning of the output


output in the
mask
(row, column)
BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB
5,32 PARAMETER 2 =
:
:
:
etc.

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For a detailed explanation of the output parameters, please refer to the parameters
on the command level. These parameters can be found in the OML cross-reference
lists and in the associated basic commands in the CMD part; these are usually
setup commands.

Example:
You need a detailed explanation of the output parameter value of a report.
This information can be found by referring to the five-digit mask number that
appears in the mask header. The mask number is the number following the
forward slash, for example, 3077/00045.
By looking up the mask number in the OML cross-reference list, you can find
the command that initiated this report. For example, this could be the display
command of the object. Detailed information can then be found in the create
command for the object.

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DISPLAY A4 TESTPATTERN VALUE

This is a command to administrate the reference patterns used to


test the A4 algorithm.
With this command you can display reference values for one or
all the 16 available test reference patterns.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DISP A4TPVAL : ELEMNO= ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

ELEMNO ELEMENT NUMBER

This parameter indicates the number of the test pattern, you want
to display.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...16, range of decimal numbers

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ENTER A4 TESTPATTERN VALUE

This is a command to administrate the reference patterns used to


test the A4 algorithm.
With this command you can enter new reference values for one of
the 16 available test reference patterns.

Caution: The execution of this command may compromise the regular operation of
the exchange!

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 ENTR A4TPVAL : ELEMNO= ,A4TP= ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

ELEMNO ELEMENT NUMBER

This parameter indicates the number of the test pattern, you want
to change.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...16, range of decimal numbers

A4TP A4 TESTPATTERN

This parameter specifies a reference pattern for the A4 algorithm


test.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a-b-c-d

a: 8 NIBBLES=
1...8 digit hexadecimal number where B is
interchangeable with * and C is interchangeable with #

b: 8 NIBBLES=
1...8 digit hexadecimal number where B is
interchangeable with * and C is interchangeable with #

c: 8 NIBBLES=
1...8 digit hexadecimal number where B is
interchangeable with * and C is interchangeable with #

d: 8 NIBBLES=
1...8 digit hexadecimal number where B is
interchangeable with * and C is interchangeable with #

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DIAGNOSE AC ALGORITHMS

This command diagnoses the security algorithms of the authentication


center.

PREREQUISITES:
- The unit concerned must be MBL.

CAUTION:
- The execution of this command may compromise the regular operation of
the authentication center.

This command is only permitted if an authentication center


(AC) is installed.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DIAG ACALGOR : IOPAUC= [,TESTOP=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

IOPAUC IOPAUC NUMBER

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...43, range of decimal numbers

TESTOP TEST OPTIONS

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

TRIPLE TRIPLE GENERATION


ALGOR4 ALGORITHM TO CODE SECUR. PARAM
RANDOM RANDOM GENERATOR
NBSDES NAT. BUREAU DATA ENCRYP. STAN.
DUPLE DUPLE GENERATION

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TEST AC ALGORITHMS

This command tests the security algorithms of the authentication center.

PREREQUISITES:
- The unit concerned must be ACT.

CAUTION:
- The execution of this command may compromise the regular operation of
the authentication center.

This command is only permitted if an authentication center


(AC) is installed.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 TEST ACALGOR : IOPAUC= [,TESTOP=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

IOPAUC IOPAUC NUMBER

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...43, range of decimal numbers

TESTOP TEST OPTIONS

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

TRIPLE TRIPLE GENERATION


ALGOR4 ALGORITHM TO CODE SECUR. PARAM
RANDOM RANDOM GENERATOR
NBSDES NAT. BUREAU DATA ENCRYP. STAN.
DUPLE DUPLE GENERATION

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CANCEL AUTOMATIC CONGESTION CONTROL

This command cancels an automatic congestion control element.

This command is normally logged.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 CAN ACC : NAME= Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

NAME ACC ELEMENT NAME

This parameter specifies the name of the automatic congestion control


element.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...7 characters from the


symbolic name character set

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DISPLAY AUTOMATIC CONGESTION CONTROL

This command displays data for


- one automatic congestion control element,
- a maximum of two automatic congestion control elements according to the
addressed trunk group number, or
- all automatic congestion control elements.
When addressing with the trunk group number the element for
CNTRL = CANCEL is displayed before the element for CNTRL = SKIP
if both elements exist for this trunk group.
If all elements are displayed, the display can be sorted by NAME or TGNO.

This command allows multiple starts.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 ( ) 1
1 1NAME=1 1
1 DISP ACC : ZTGNO=Y ; 1
1 1 1 1
1 * + 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

NAME ACC ELEMENT NAME

This parameter specifies the name of the automatic congestion control


element to be displayed.
If X is entered, the elements will be displayed in alphabetical order
of parameter NAME.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...7 characters from the


symbolic name character set

TGNO TRUNK GROUP NUMBER

This parameter specifies the trunk group number to be displayed.


If X is entered, the elements will be displayed in alphabetical order
of parameter TGNO.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 characters from the


symbolic name character set

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ENTER AUTOMATIC CONGESTION CONTROL

This command creates or modifies an automatic congestion control element.


If an overload occurs in a succeeding exchange the responding congestion level
is sent to the preceding exchange. In the preceding exchange the reaction of
the overload has to be administrated if it is needed by the commands for
automatic congestion control traffic and automatic congestion control.
The overload is sent via a trunk of a trunk group. Therefore the indicator can
be administrated by the command CR TGRP with GCOS = SENDACCL.
The automatic congestion control element connects the relevant trunk group with
one automatic congestion control traffic element per type of CNTRL.
This means a maximum of two automatic congestion control traffic elements can be
assigned per trunk group. The assigned values for CNTRL = CANCEL
are preferred to the assigned values for CNTRL = SKIP.
The parameter INCEPT depends on parameter CNTRL:
In the case of CNTRL = CANCEL the parameter INCEPT is mandatory.
In the case of CNTRL = SKIP the parameter INCEPT is optional, i.e. only
relevant if there is an overflow in the last trunk group to a destination.
If CNTRL (i.e. = SKIP) is entered without a value for parameter INCEPT an
already existing value of parameter INCEPT is canceled.
Prerequisites: - the automatic congestion control traffic element must already
exist
- the trunk group must already exist
- only allowed for ISUP trunk groups.

This command is normally logged.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 ENTR ACC : NAME= <,TGNO= ,ACCTRAF= ,BLK= ,CNTRL= ,INCEPT=> Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

NAME ACC ELEMENT NAME

This parameter specifies the name of the automatic congestion control


element. The name must be unique.

Six control types share a naming pool:


- CR CBPT,
- ENTR TRSVCNTL,
- ENTR NMCNTL with CNTRL = SKIP,
- ENTR NMCNTL with CNTRL = CANTO,
- ENTR NMCNTL with CNTRL = CANFROM,
- ENTR ACC.
This means that each NAME may only be used by one of these
controls.
The user may specify any name not yet used in the above-mentioned
naming pool except for two specific values:
- The user must not choose a single "X" as name because this input
stands for all existing values of a display command parameter.
- The NAME "MABEZ" is reserved for the mass call control function
which is an automatic network management control.
Therefore "MABEZ" must not be entered in this command.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...7 characters from the


symbolic name character set

TGNO TRUNK GROUP NUMBER

This parameter specifies the trunk group number.


This parameter must be entered when the element is created and may not
be entered if additional data of the element are modified.
The trunk group number must already exist.
The parameter value cannot be changed.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

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1...6 characters from the


symbolic name character set

ACCTRAF ACC TRAFFIC ELEMENT NAME

This parameter specifies the automatic congestion control traffic


element for the relevant type of CNTRL.
This parameter must be entered when the element is created.
The automatic congestion control traffic element must already exist.
Redundant entry of a value is allowed.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...7 characters from the


symbolic name character set

BLK BLOCKING

This parameter specifies the blocking entered for the automatic


congestion control element.
Redundant entry of a value is allowed.
Standard Behavior: If no value is entered for this parameter
the value NONE is set at creation of
a new element. The existing value is not
changed if an existing element is modified.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

NONE NO BLOCK
ADMIN ADMINISTRATIVE BLOCK
This blocking prevents activation of the
administrated control, even when an overload
occurs.

CNTRL NETWORK MANAGEMENT CONTROL

This parameter specifies the type of control.


Redundant entry of a value is allowed.
Standard Behavior: If no value is entered for this parameter
the value SKIP is set at creation of
a new element. The existing value is not
changed if an existing element is modified.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

SKIP SKIP TO THE NEXT TGRP


The traffic percentages defined in the given
automatic congestion control traffic element
are rejected for this trunk group and flow over
to the next trunk group of the routing list.
In the case of modification, an existing
INCEPT-value is canceled.
CANCEL CANCEL THE CALL
The traffic percentages defined in the given
automatic congestion control traffic element
are rejected for this trunk group. Overflow to
the next trunk group is prevented.
Prerequisites: INCEPT is mandatory.

INCEPT INTERCEPT IDENTIFICATION

This parameter specifies the intercept, which defines the system


reaction for rejected calls.
Redundant entry of a value is allowed.
The parameter is mandatory in the case of CNTRL = CANCEL
and optional in the case of CNTRL = SKIP.
If parameter CNTRL is changed to value SKIP, an existing
INCEPT-value is canceled.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

NETWOMA0 NETWORK MANAGEMENT 0


NETWOMA1 NETWORK MANAGEMENT 1
NETWOMA2 NETWORK MANAGEMENT 2
NETWOMA3 NETWORK MANAGEMENT 3
NETWOMA4 NETWORK MANAGEMENT 4

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NETWOMA5 NETWORK MANAGEMENT 5


NETWOMA6 NETWORK MANAGEMENT 6

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DISP. STATUS OF AUTOM. CONGEST. CONTROL

This command displays the status for


- one automatic congestion control element,
- a maximum of two automatic congestion control elements according to the
addressed trunk group number, or
- all automatic congestion control elements.
When addressing with the trunk group number the element for
CNTRL = CANCEL is displayed before the element for CNTRL = SKIP
if both elements exist for one trunk group.
If all elements are displayed, the display can be sorted by NAME or TGNO.
Only elements which received a congestion level are considered.

This command allows multiple starts.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 ( ) 1
1 1NAME=1 1
1 STAT ACC : ZTGNO=Y ; 1
1 1 1 1
1 * + 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

NAME ACC ELEMENT NAME

This parameter specifies the name of the automatic congestion control


element to be displayed.
If X is entered, the elements will be displayed in alphabetical order
of parameter NAME.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...7 characters from the


symbolic name character set

TGNO TRUNK GROUP NUMBER

This parameter specifies the trunk group number to be displayed.


If X is entered, the elements will be displayed in alphabetical order
of parameter TGNO.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 characters from the


symbolic name character set

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P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 STAT ACC- 1-


DISP ACCFG

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Display Access Control Configuration

This task displays the global parameters of Q3 Access Control:


’Default access’, ’Denial response’, ’Sec. administrator’ and
’Rule restriction’.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DISP ACCFG ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

none

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P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP ACCFG- 1-


MOD ACCFG

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Modify Access Control Configuration

This task modifies the global parameters of Q3 Access Control.


It is used for an initial setup of the Access Control System and
to change the default access rights after definition of
individual Access Control ’Rules’.

!!!!! C A U T I O N !!!!!

Do not change the ’Default access’ before defining a ’Sec.


administrator’ and setting up access rights by Access Control
’Rules’. Otherwise any Q3 operation might be rejected and no
further administration would be possible.

Therefore:

1. Always set up the ’Sec. administrator’ first: assign the AET


of the NetM (user group) that is used to administrate the Q3
security data base. This will ensure that this NetM (user group)
can always access the Q3 Access Control data base, e.g. to
correct incorrect Access Control ’Rules’ or an incorrect
’Default access’. The ’Sec. administrator should be assigned
already during installation of a new network element.
2. Set up your Access Control data base and assign access rights for
Q3 operations.
3. Change the ’Default access’ - to disable unauthorized Q3 access -
only after individual access rights have been set up.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 MOD ACCFG : [Default access=] [,Denial response=] 1
1 1
1 [,Sec. administrator=] [,Rule restriction=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

Default access

This parameter defines ’Default access’ rights for Q3


operations. ’Default access’ rights are applied if
there is no matching Access Control ’Rule’.
’Default access’ should be set to ’Deny’ after creating
the ’Rules’ for an individual Access Control system.

!!!!! C A U T I O N !!!!!:

’Default access’ must be changed to ’Deny’ only, after


you have assigned a ’Sec. administrator’ AET and after
you have assigned Q3 access rights by Access Control
’rules’. Otherwise any Q3 administration might be
inhibited.

Input format:
’Deny’ : Denies default access right for the Q3 operation.
’Allow’ : Grants default access right for the Q3 operation.

Select ’Default access’ for the Q3 operations M-GET,


M-SET, M-CREATE, M-DELETE and M-ACTION.

Denial response

This parameter defines the response to a Q3 request which is


rejected due to missing ’Default access’ rights.

Input format:
’Deny’ : Deny by Q3 response "Access Denied"
’Abort’ : Abort Q3 Association

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 MOD ACCFG- 1+


MOD ACCFG

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Sec. administrator

This parameter defines the AET of a ’Sec. administrator’ application.


An AET represents the address of an application running on a
remote TMN-OS.
The ’Sec. administrator’ is always granted the right to access the
Access Control database.
Q3 Authentication ensures that authentication data is defined
for this AET.
The password used for authentication will not change in the event of
a generation fallback.

Make sure that the AET assigned here is the AET of the initiator
that will be used for Q3 administration in an emergency case, e.g.
after System Recovery with a generation fallback.

Prerequisite:
System access rights for this AET have been defined by Q3
Authentication. Otherwise the parameter is rejected.

Input format: 3 to 16 numbers separated by blank


(AET as "Object Identifier")

Rule restriction

This parameter may be used to restrict the supported ’Rule type’


of the Access Control ’Rules’. Such a restriction may help to make
an Access Control System less complex, and may thus help to avoid
conflicting rules. Therefore, use only ’Allow rules’ and set the
’Default access’ to ’Deny’ for all Q3 operations.

Prerequisite:
If the ’Rule restriction’ is set either to ’Deny rules’ or to
’Allow rules’ only, no Access Control ’Rule’ of the other type
may exist.

Input format:
’Deny rules’ : Only ’Rules’ of ’Type’ ’Deny’ or ’Abort’ are
supported.
’Allow rules’ : Only ’Rules’ of ’Type’ ’Allow’ are supported.
’All rules’ : All ’Rule types’ are supported.

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P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 MOD ACCFG- 2-


CAN ACCTRAF

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CANCEL AUTOM. CONGEST. CONTROL TRAF.

This command cancels an automatic congestion control traffic element.


It may not be connected to an automatic congestion control element.

This command is normally logged.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 CAN ACCTRAF : NAME= Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

NAME ACC TRAFFIC ELEMENT NAME

This parameter specifies the name of the automatic congestion control


traffic element.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...7 characters from the


symbolic name character set

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P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CAN ACCTRAF- 1-


DISP ACCTRAF

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DISPLAY AUTOM. CONGEST. CONTROL TRAF.

This command displays data for


- one automatic congestion control traffic element, or
- all automatic congestion control traffic elements (in alphabetical order).

This command allows multiple starts.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DISP ACCTRAF : NAME= ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

NAME ACC TRAFFIC ELEMENT NAME

This parameter specifies the name of the automatic congestion control


traffic element.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...7 characters from the


symbolic name character set

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P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP ACCTRAF- 1-


ENTR ACCTRAF

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

ENTER AUTOM. CONGEST. CONTROL TRAF.

This command creates or modifies an automatic congestion control traffic


element. With such an element different traffic reduction percentages for the
following congestion level - route type combinations can be administrated:

+--------------------------------------------------------+
Route type Command parameter
----------------------------------------------------------
Congestion level 1 direct route CL1DRT
Congestion level 1 alternate route CL1ART
Congestion level 2 direct route CL2DRT
Congestion level 2 alternate route CL2ART
+--------------------------------------------------------+

Additionally it is possible to administrate per congestion level whether


priority traffic is also affected by the traffic reduction or not.
An automatic congestion control traffic element can be connected to several
automatic congestion control elements (see command ENTR ACC).

This command is normally logged.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 ENTR ACCTRAF : NAME= <,CL1DRT= ,CL1ART= ,CL2DRT= ,CL2ART= 1
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 ,CL1PRIOT= ,CL2PRIOT=> Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

NAME ACC TRAFFIC ELEMENT NAME

This parameter specifies the name of the automatic congestion control


traffic element. The name must be unique.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...7 characters from the


symbolic name character set

CL1DRT CL1 DIRECT ROUTE TRAFFIC

This parameter specifies the traffic reduction for direct route


traffic and a received congestion level 1.
Redundant entry of a value is allowed.
Standard Behavior: If no value is entered for this parameter
the value UNSPEC is set at creation of
a new element. The existing value is not
changed if an existing element is modified.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

PERC0 0 % BLOCKING
PERC12P5 12,5 % BLOCKING
PERC25 25 % BLOCKING
PERC37P5 37,5 % BLOCKING
PERC50 50 % BLOCKING
PERC62P5 62,5 % BLOCKING
PERC75 75 % BLOCKING
PERC87P5 87,5 % BLOCKING
PERC100 100 % BLOCKING
UNSPEC UNSPECIFIED BLOCKING

CL1ART CL1 ALTERNATE ROUTE TRAFFIC

This parameter specifies the traffic reduction for alternate route


traffic and a received congestion level 1.
Redundant entry of a value is allowed.
Standard Behavior: If no value is entered for this parameter

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ENTR ACCTRAF- 1+


ENTR ACCTRAF

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the value UNSPEC is set at creation of


a new element. The existing value is not
changed if an existing element is modified.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

PERC0 0 % BLOCKING
PERC12P5 12,5 % BLOCKING
PERC25 25 % BLOCKING
PERC37P5 37,5 % BLOCKING
PERC50 50 % BLOCKING
PERC62P5 62,5 % BLOCKING
PERC75 75 % BLOCKING
PERC87P5 87,5 % BLOCKING
PERC100 100 % BLOCKING
UNSPEC UNSPECIFIED BLOCKING

CL2DRT CL2 DIRECT ROUTE TRAFFIC

This parameter specifies the traffic reduction for direct route


traffic and a received congestion level 2.
Redundant entry of a value is allowed.
Standard Behavior: If no value is entered for this parameter
the value UNSPEC is set at creation of
a new element. The existing value is not
changed if an existing element is modified.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

PERC0 0 % BLOCKING
PERC12P5 12,5 % BLOCKING
PERC25 25 % BLOCKING
PERC37P5 37,5 % BLOCKING
PERC50 50 % BLOCKING
PERC62P5 62,5 % BLOCKING
PERC75 75 % BLOCKING
PERC87P5 87,5 % BLOCKING
PERC100 100 % BLOCKING
UNSPEC UNSPECIFIED BLOCKING

CL2ART CL2 ALTERNATE ROUTE TRAFFIC

This parameter specifies the traffic reduction for alternate route


traffic and a received congestion level 2.
Redundant entry of a value is allowed.
Standard Behavior: If no value is entered for this parameter
the value UNSPEC is set at creation of
a new element. The existing value is not
changed if an existing element is modified.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

PERC0 0 % BLOCKING
PERC12P5 12,5 % BLOCKING
PERC25 25 % BLOCKING
PERC37P5 37,5 % BLOCKING
PERC50 50 % BLOCKING
PERC62P5 62,5 % BLOCKING
PERC75 75 % BLOCKING
PERC87P5 87,5 % BLOCKING
PERC100 100 % BLOCKING
UNSPEC UNSPECIFIED BLOCKING

CL1PRIOT CL1 PRIORITY TRAFFIC

This parameter specifies whether priority traffic is affected by the


administrated reductions for congestion level 1 or not.
Redundant entry of a value is allowed.
Standard Behavior: If no value is entered for this parameter
the value CNTRL is set at creation of
a new element. The existing value is not
changed if an existing element is modified.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

NOCNTRL NO CONTROL OF PRIORITY TRAFFIC

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ENTR ACCTRAF- 2+


ENTR ACCTRAF

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CNTRL CONTROL OF PRIORITY TRAFFIC

CL2PRIOT CL2 PRIORITY TRAFFIC

This parameter specifies whether priority traffic is affected by the


administrated reductions for congestion level 2 or not.
Redundant entry of a value is allowed.
Standard Behavior: If no value is entered for this parameter
the value CNTRL is set at creation of
a new element. The existing value is not
changed if an existing element is modified.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

NOCNTRL NO CONTROL OF PRIORITY TRAFFIC


CNTRL CONTROL OF PRIORITY TRAFFIC

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P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ENTR ACCTRAF- 3-


DISP ACDATA

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DISPLAY GENERAL ALARM CALL DATA

This command displays the general alarm call data :


- indication whether the alarm call execution is active
- maximum number of alarm call orders in the database
- maximum number of alarm call orders per interval
- maximum number of tries per alarm call order
- number of alarm call orders present in the database
- directory number of the announcement that will be used to execute the alarm
call orders
- directory number of the alarm call trunk group
- index of the alarm call trunk group
- category of the alarm call trunk group
- maximum number of previous intervals an alarm call can be moved to
- indication if an alarm call order should be searched in the previous
intervals when not found in the entered interval
- indication whether there should be an extra execution for the automatic and
semi-automatic alarm calls by means of the ADMOSS operator.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DISP ACDATA ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

none

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P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP ACDATA- 1-


ENTR ACDATA

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ENTER ALARM CALL DATA

This command enters the general alarm call data.

Prerequisites:
- The necessary ports must be available in the LTG’s were the alarm
call program is running.
- At least one announcement trunk group and announcement line must be
available.
- The number of trunk ports and announcement lines must be in proportion
to the maximum number of alarm call executions within one 5 minute interval.
Formula :
2 x D x M x (W + 1) N
N = ˜˜˜˜˜˜˜˜˜˜˜˜˜˜˜˜˜˜˜˜˜˜˜ A = ˜
5 2
N = number of alarm call ports to be created
A = number of announcement lines to be created
D = average time of an alarm call connection in minutes
(ringing time + listening time)
M = number of maximum permitted alarm call orders per 5
minute interval (<= 200)
W = percentage of the alarm call orders that must be repeated

- The timers which determine ringing and listening time should have the
required values, the default values are :
ringing timer : T25 = 30 s.
listening timer : T33 = 30 s.

Caution: The execution of this command may compromise the regular operation of
the exchange!

This command is normally logged.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 ENTR ACDATA : <MAX= ,RETRY= ,ANNDN= ,TGRPDN= ,CAT= ,BLOCK= 1
1 1
1 ,ASHIFT= ,ASRCHE= ,OPRRETRY=> ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

MAX MAX NO OF ORDERS PER INTERVAL

This parameter specifies the maximum number of alarm call orders per
5 minute interval.
If there are intervals that contain more alarm call orders than
permitted in the new maximum, the alarm call orders are nevertheless
executed.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...1000, range of decimal numbers

RETRY NUMBER OF RETRIES

This parameter specifies how often an unsuccessful


executed alarm call order can be re-executed.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...2, range of decimal numbers

ANNDN ANNOUNCEMENT DN

This parameter specifies the directory number of the


announcement that will be used to execute the alarm call
orders.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...12 digit hexadecimal number where B is


interchangeable with * and C is interchangeable with #

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ENTR ACDATA- 1+


ENTR ACDATA

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TGRPDN TRUNK GROUP DIRECTORY NUMBER

This parameter specifies the directory number of the alarm


call trunk group of which the ports will be used to set up
the alarm call.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...12 digit hexadecimal number where B is


interchangeable with * and C is interchangeable with #

CAT CATEGORY

This parameter specifies the category of the alarm call trunk group.
The category must be the same as the category entered when creating
the trunk group.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...15, range of decimal numbers

BLOCK BLOCK ALARM CALL EXECUTION

This parameter specifies whether the alarm call execution is active


or not.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

NO ALARM CALL EXEC. NOT BLOCKED


YES ALARM CALL EXECUTION BLOCKED

ASHIFT ALARM CALL SHIFT

This parameter specifies the maximum permitted number of previous


intervals an alarm call can be moved to when the interval,
corresponding the booking time, is full. The shift function is only
valid for orders entered by subscriber controlled input.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...3, range of decimal numbers

ASRCHE ALARM CALL ORDER SEARCH METHOD

This parameter indicates whether the ASHIFT-intervals must be


searched for an alarm call order that is not found in the
entered interval. This extended search has only effect for actions
by subscriber controlled input.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

SINGLE SEARCH ONLY ENTERED INTERVAL


SHIFTED SEARCH ALSO SHIFT INTERVALS

OPRRETRY ADMOSS OPERATOR RETRY

This parameter indication whether there should be an extra


execution for the automatic and semi-automatic alarm calls
by means of the ADMOSS operator.

Notes:
- when this parameter is omitted there will be no
reexecution. Default value = NO.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

NO NO OPERATOR RETRY
When the execution of the automatic and
semi-automatic alarm call orders are unsuccessful
there will be no extra execution by means of the
ADMOSS operator.
YES OPERATOR RETRY
When the execution of the automatic and
semi-automatic alarm call orders are unsuccessful
there will be attempt to have an execution by
means of the ADMOSS operator.

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ENTR ACDATA- 2+


ENTR ACDATA

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This parameter specifies whether a reexecution should be


done by means of the ADMOSS operator for automatic and
semi-automatic alarm calls.

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P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ENTR ACDATA- 3-


CAN ACINIGRP

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Cancel Access Control Initiator Group

This task cancels an Access Control ’Initiator group’, which defines a list of
remote initiators.

Prerequisite:
The ’Initiator group’ is no longer be referenced by any Access Control ’Rule’.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 CAN ACINIGRP : Initiator group= ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

Initiator group

This parameter defines a unique name for the ’Initiator


group’. This name is used by an Access Control ’Rule’
to reference the ’Initiator group’.

Input format: String (1-12 characters)

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P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CAN ACINIGRP- 1-


CR ACINIGRP

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Create Access Control Initiator Group

This task creates an Access Control ’Initiator group’ which defines a list of
remote initiators. Each initiator is defined by its AET (Application
Entity Title), which represents the address of an application running on a
remote TMN-OS.
An Access Control ’Initiator group’ is referenced by one or more Access Control
’Rules’ in order to grant or deny access rights to Q3 objects.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 CR ACINIGRP : Initiator group= ,AET list= ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

Initiator group

This parameter defines a unique name for the ’Initiator


group’. This name is used by an Access Control ’Rule’
to reference the ’Initiator group’.

Input format: String (1-12 characters)

AET list

This parameter defines a list of initiators for this


Access Control ’Initiator group’. Each initiator is represented
by its AET (Application Entity Title).

Input format: Set (1..10) of AETs


One AET consists of 3 to 16 numbers separated
by blank (AET as "Object Identifier").

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P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CR ACINIGRP- 1-
DISP ACINIGRP

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Display Access Control Initiator Group

This task displays one or more Access Control ’Initiator groups’, which define
a list of remote initiators. Each initiator is defined by its AET (Application
Entity Title), which represents the address of an application running on a
remote TMN-OS.

The following selections are possible:

- One single Access Control ’Initiator group’:


--> Enter the ’Initiator group’

- All Access Control ’Initiator groups’:


--> Default: Enter no selection parameter

- Selection by filter criteria:


--> Enter ’Substring’ for ’Initiator group’ name (match at any position),
--> Enter ’AET entry’ for ’AET list’ (AET is in the list).
If both criteria are entered they must both be met.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DISP ACINIGRP : [Initiator group=] [,Substring=] [,AET entry=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

Initiator group

This parameter selects one specific ’Initiator group’ by its


name.

Dependencies:
This parameter must not be entered if all ’Initiator groups’
are to be selected, or ’Substring’ or ’AET entry’ is entered
as a filter parameter.

Input format: String (1-12 characters)

Substring

This parameter defines a string pattern for the ’Initiator


group’ name. The ’Initiator group’ name must contain this
pattern at any position.

Dependencies:
This parameter must not be entered if an ’Initiator group’
is entered.

Input format: String (1-12 characters)

AET entry

This parameter defines an AET which must be contained in the ’AET list’.

Dependencies:
This parameter must not be entered if an ’Initiator group’
is entered.

Input format: 3 to 16 numbers separated


by blank (AET as "Object Identifier")

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P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP ACINIGRP- 1-


MOD ACINIGRP

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Modify Access Control Initiator Group

This task modifies an Access Control ’Initiator group’, which defines a list of
remote initiators. Each initiator is defined by its AET (Application
Entity Title), which represents the address of an application running on a
remote TMN-OS.
The ’AET list’ of the ’Initiator group’ can be replaced or AETs may be added to
or removed from the list.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 MOD ACINIGRP : Initiator group= ,AET list= ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

Initiator group

This parameter defines a unique name for the ’Initiator


group’. This name is used by the Access Control ’Rule’
to reference the ’Initiator group’.

Input format: String (1-12 characters).

AET list

This parameter updates the list of initiators for this


Access Control ’Initiator group’. Each initiator is represented
by its AET (Application Entity Titles).

Input format:
Operation: ’REPLACE’: Replace ’AET list’,
’ADD’ : Add AETs in ’AET list’ to the old list,
’REMOVE’ : Remove AETs in ’AET list’ from the old
list.

’AET list’: Set (1..10) of AETs


One AET consists of 3 to 16 numbers separated
by blank (AET as "Object Identifier")

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P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 MOD ACINIGRP- 1-


CAN ACOLIM

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CANCEL COMFORT ALARM CALL ORDER LIMITS

This command cancels a comfort alarm call limit for a specified


time period for a specified OSS common service group.

This command is normally logged.

This command allows multiple starts.

This command is only permitted for an operator service system (OSS).

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 CAN ACOLIM : [CSGLAC=] ,CSGDN= [,TIME=] Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

CSGLAC COMMON SERVICE GROUP LAC

This parameter specifies the local area code of the common service
group.

Notes:
- Input is mandatory for an exchange with multiple directory
number volume.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 digit decimal number

CSGDN COMMON SERVICE GROUP DN

This parameter specifies the directory number of the common service


group.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...12 digit hexadecimal number where B is


interchangeable with * and C is interchangeable with #

TIME TIME

This parameter specifies the time period for which the comfort
alarm call limit will be canceled.

Notes:
- The time can be omitted, if all comfort alarm call limits
of the specified common service group are to be cancelled.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a-b

a: HOUR=
0...23, range of decimal numbers

This unit specifies the begin hour.

b: MINUTE=
0...59, range of decimal numbers

This unit specifies the begin minute.

Notes:
- The entered minute will be rounded to a previous 5 minute
interval.

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DISP ACOLIM

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DISPLAY COMFORT ALARM CALL ORDER LIMITS

This command displays the comfort alarm call limits for a


specified OSS common service group.

This command may start a long-running job. It can be stopped with STOP JOB: JN=
<job number>.

This command allows multiple starts.

This command is only permitted for an operator service system (OSS).

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DISP ACOLIM : [CSGLAC=] ,CSGDN= ; 1
1 1
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Input parameter

CSGLAC COMMON SERVICE GROUP LAC

This parameter specifies the local area code of the common service
group.

Notes:
- Input is mandatory for an exchange with multiple directory
number volume.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 digit decimal number

CSGDN COMMON SERVICE GROUP DN

This parameter specifies the directory number of the common service


group.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...12 digit hexadecimal number where B is


interchangeable with * and C is interchangeable with #

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ENTR ACOLIM

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ENTER COMFORT ALARM CALL ORDER LIMITS

This command enters a comfort alarm call limit for a specified


time period for a specified OSS common service group.

This command is normally logged.

This command allows multiple starts.

This command is only permitted for an operator service system (OSS).

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 ENTR ACOLIM : [CSGLAC=] ,CSGDN= ,TIME= ,MAX= Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
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Input parameter

CSGLAC COMMON SERVICE GROUP LAC

This parameter specifies the local area code of the common service
group.

Notes:
- Input is mandatory for an exchange with multiple directory
number volume.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 digit decimal number

CSGDN COMMON SERVICE GROUP DN

This parameter specifies the directory number of the common service


group.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...12 digit hexadecimal number where B is


interchangeable with * and C is interchangeable with #

TIME STARTTIME OF BOOKING INTERVAL

This parameter specifies the time at which the comfort


alarm call limit will become active.

Notes:
- Up to 24 time periods are allowed.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a-b

a: HOUR=
0...23, range of decimal numbers

This unit specifies the begin hour.

b: MINUTE=
0...59, range of decimal numbers

This unit specifies the begin minute.

Notes:
- The entered minute will be rounded to a previous 5 minute
interval.

MAX MAX NO OF ORDERS PER INTERVAL

This parameter specifies the maximum number of alarm calls

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ENTR ACOLIM

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allowed per 5 minute interval for the specified time period.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...1000, range of decimal numbers

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CAN ACORD

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CANCEL ALARM CALL ORDER

This command cancels casual, daily, specific or/and yearly alarm call orders.
Notes:
- The command is rejected if the DN is related to a secured
CENTREX business group BGID for which the operator has no
administration permission (see command DISP CXSEC).

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 CAN ACORD : DN= ,TIME= ,TYPE= [,FIRST=] [,LAC=] [,CHRGINF=] 1
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 ,KIND= [,DAYWK=] Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
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Input parameter

DN DIRECTORY NUMBER

This parameter specifies the directory number of the subscriber line.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...24 digit hexadecimal number where B is


interchangeable with * and C is interchangeable with #

TIME TIME OF ALARM CALL

This parameter specifies the time of the alarm call.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a[-b]

a: HOUR=
0...23, range of decimal numbers

This unit specifies the hour of the alarm call time.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of


unit values.

b: MINUTE=
0...59, range of decimal numbers

This unit specifies the minute of the alarm call time.

Notes:
- The entered minute will be rounded to a previous 5 minute
interval.

TYPE TYPE OF ALARM CALL ORDER

This parameter specifies the alarm call type.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

CASUAL CASUAL ALARM CALL ORDER


One execution at the specified time.
DAILY DAILY ALARM CALL ORDER
A number of executions on consecutive days at the
specified time.
SPECIFIC SPECIFIC ALARM CALL ORDER
A number of executions on the specified days at
the specified time.
YEARLY YEARLY ALARM CALL ORDER
Yearly executions on the specified day at the
specified time.
X ALL TYPES OF ALARM CALL ORDERS
Casual, daily, specific and yearly alarm calls

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CAN ACORD

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FIRST SKIP FIRST EXECUTION

This parameter determines whether only the first execution


of a daily or specific alarm call order must be disabled or whether the
complete order must be removed.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

NO REMOVE ALARM CALL ORDER


YES DISABLE FIRST EXECUTION

Default: NO

LAC LOCAL AREA CODE

This parameter specifies the local area code to which the


directory number of this object is linked.

Notes:
- Input is mandatory for an exchange with multiple directory
number volume.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 digit decimal number

CHRGINF CHARGING INFORMATION

This parameter indicates whether the order is


canceled by an automatic operator.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

MACHINE MACHINE CONTROLLED INPUT


The alarm call is canceled by an
automatic operator.

KIND KIND OF ALARM CALL ORDER

This parameter specified the kind of alarm call order.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

AUTO AUTOMATIC ALARM CALL ORDER


Only the automatic alarm call orders will be
canceled.
SEMIAUTO SEMI-AUTOM. ALARM CALL ORDER
Only the semi-automatic alarm call orders will be
canceled.
COMFORT COMFORT ALARM CALL ORDER
Only the comfort alarm call orders will be
canceled.
X ALL KINDS OF ALARM CALL ORDERS
All automatic, semi-automatic and comfort alarm
call orders will be canceled.

This parameter specifies the kind of alarm you want


to cancel.

DAYWK DAYS OF WEEK

This parameter indicates the days of the week that should be


deleted for the alarm call.
Prerequisites:
- TYPE=SPECIFIC

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

MO MONDAY
TU TUESDAY
WE WEDNESDAY
TH THURSDAY
FR FRIDAY
SA SATURDAY

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CAN ACORD

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ENTR ACORD

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ENTER ALARM CALL ORDER

This command books a casual, daily, specific or yearly alarm call.

Notes:
- The command is rejected if the DN is related to a secured
CENTREX business group BGID for which the operator has no
administration permission (see command DISP CXSEC).

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 X( )= 1
1 11,DAYNO= 11 1
1 ENTR ACORD : DN= ,TIME= ,TYPE= 1Z,WEEKNO=Y1 [,LAC=] 1
1 11,DATE= 11 1
1 >* +W 1
1 1
1 [,SHIFT=] [,CHRGINF=] [,KIND=] [,NAMESUB=] 1
1 1
1 [,NOTE=] [,EXTNOTE=] [,CSGID=] [,LANGID=] 1
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 [,OPERATOR=] [,DAYWK=] [,EXECHOL=] Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
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Input parameter

DN DIRECTORY NUMBER

This parameter specifies the directory number of the subscriber line.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...24 digit hexadecimal number where B is


interchangeable with * and C is interchangeable with #

TIME TIME OF ALARM CALL

This parameter specifies the time of the alarm call.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a-b

a: HOUR=
0...23, range of decimal numbers

This unit specifies the hour of the alarm call time.

b: MINUTE=
0...59, range of decimal numbers

This unit specifies the minute of the alarm call time.

Notes:
- The entered minute will be rounded to a previous 5 minute
interval.

TYPE TYPE OF ALARM CALL

This parameter specifies the alarm call type.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

CASUAL CASUAL ALARM CALL ORDER


One execution on the specified time.

Notes:
- if DATE is entered the execution will be
performed on that particular day otherwise the
execution will be within the next 24 hours.

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ENTR ACORD

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DAILY DAILY ALARM CALL ORDER


A number of executions on consecutive days on the
specified time.

Prerequisites:
- DAYNO
SPECIFIC SPECIFIC ALARM CALL ORDER
A number of executions on specified days on the
specified time.

Prerequisites:
- WEEKNO
- DAYWK
YEARLY YEARLY ALARM CALL ORDER
Yearly executions on specified day on the
specified time.

Prerequisites:
- DATE

This parameter specifies the type of alarm call.

DAYNO NUMBER OF DAYS

This parameter specifies the number of consecutive days during


which a daily alarm call order is to be executed.
When DAYNO = 0 is entered, the alarm call order will be
executed for an unlimited number of days.

Incompatibilities:
- TYPE=CASUAL
- =SPECIFIC
- =YEARLY

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...99, range of decimal numbers

WEEKNO NUMBER OF WEEKS

This parameter specifies the number of weeks during


which a specific alarm call order is to be executed.
When WEEKNO = 0 is entered, the alarm call order will be
executed for an unlimited number of weeks.

Incompatibilities:
- TYPE=CASUAL
- =DAILY
- =YEARLY

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...52, range of decimal numbers

DATE DATE OF LAST EXECUTION

This parameter specifies the date on which the alarm call order
must be executed for the last time.
If it is entered, the following applies:
- for TYPE=CASUAL, date must be within two years.
- for TYPE=DAILY, date must be within 99 days.
- for TYPE=SPECIFIC, date must be within one year.
- for TYPE=YEARLY, year = X means : execution every year.
year = yy means : last execution year.
month and day : execution day.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a-b-c

a: YEAR=
0...99, range of decimal numbers

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of


unit values.

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ENTR ACORD

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b: MONTH=
1...12, range of decimal numbers

c: DAY=
1...31, range of decimal numbers

LAC LOCAL AREA CODE

This parameter specifies the local area code to which the


directory number of the object is linked.

Notes:
- Input is mandatory for an exchange with multiple directory
number volume.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 digit decimal number

SHIFT ALARM CALL SHIFTED

This parameter specifies whether the alarm call order should be


marked as shifted. Shifting is normally only valid for an alarm
call order entered by subscriber controlled input, but must be
available for regeneration of such orders.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

NO ALARM CALL NOT SHIFTED


YES ALARM CALL SHIFTED

CHRGINF CHARGING INFORMATION

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

MACHINE MACHINE CONTROLLED INPUT


The alarm call is booked by an
automatic operator.

KIND KIND OF ALARM CALL ORDER

This parameter specifies the kind of alarm call.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

AUTO AUTOMATIC ALARM CALL ORDER


The alarm call order is booked by the system and
will be executed by the system.
SEMIAUTO SEMI-AUTOM. ALARM CALL ORDER
The alarm call order is booked by means of the
ADMOSS operator and executed by the system. This
value is only relevant in case of regeneration of
a semi-automatic alarm call.
COMFORT COMFORT ALARM CALL ORDER
The alarm call order is booked by means of the
ADMOSS operator and executed by means of the
ADMOSS operator. This value is only relevant in
case of regeneration of a comfort alarm call.

This parameter specifies the kind of alarm call order


you want to book.

Default: AUTO

NAMESUB NAME OF THE SUBSCRIBER

This parameter specifies the name of the subscriber


that booked an alarm call.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...24 characters from the


text string character set, enclosed in "

It is only relevant for regeneration of comfort alarm calls.

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ENTR ACORD

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Prerequisites:
- KIND=COMFORT

NOTE NOTE FROM THE SUBSCRIBER

This parameter specifies the note the subscriber


wants to hear when executing the alarm call.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...60 characters from the


text string character set, enclosed in "

It is only relevant for regeneration of comfort alarm calls.

Prerequisites:
- KIND=COMFORT

EXTNOTE EXTENDED NOTE FROM THE SUBSCR.

This parameter specifies the extended note the subscriber


wants to hear when executing the alarm call.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a[-b[-c[-d]]]

a: EXTENDED SUBSCRIBER NOTE 1=


1...60 characters from the
text string character set, enclosed in "

It is only relevant for regeneration of comfort alarm calls.

Prerequisites:
- KIND=COMFORT

b: EXTENDED SUBSCRIBER NOTE 2=


1...60 characters from the
text string character set, enclosed in "

It is only relevant for regeneration of comfort alarm calls.

Prerequisites:
- KIND=COMFORT

c: EXTENDED SUBSCRIBER NOTE 3=


1...60 characters from the
text string character set, enclosed in "

It is only relevant for regeneration of comfort alarm calls.

Prerequisites:
- KIND=COMFORT

d: EXTENDED SUBSCRIBER NOTE 4=


1...60 characters from the
text string character set, enclosed in "

It is only relevant for regeneration of comfort alarm calls.

Prerequisites:
- KIND=COMFORT

CSGID COMMON SERVICE GROUP ID

This parameter specifies the common service group ID


of the OSS operator that was responsible for the booking
of the alarm call order. This information is only relevant
for the regeneration of semi-automatic and comfort calls.

Prerequisites:
- KIND=COMFORT
- =SEMIAUTO

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ENTR ACORD

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This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...10, range of decimal numbers

LANGID LANGUAGE IDENTIFICATION

This parameter specifies the language identification of


the subscriber.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...15, range of decimal numbers

OPERATOR NAT/INAT OPERATOR INDICATION

This parameter indicates whether a national or international


operator should be addressed. It is only relevant for the
regeneration of comfort calls.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

NAT NATIONAL OPERATOR


INAT INTERNATIONAL OPERATOR

DAYWK DAY OF WEEK

This parameter indicates the days of the week on which the


alarm call should be executed.

Prerequisites:
- TYPE=SPECIFIC

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

MO MONDAY
TU TUESDAY
WE WEDNESDAY
TH THURSDAY
FR FRIDAY
SA SATURDAY
SU SUNDAY

EXECHOL EXECUTION ON HOLIDAYS

This parameter indicates whether the alarm calls must be


executed on holidays or not.

Prerequisites:
- TYPE=DAILY
- =SPECIFIC

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

YES EXECUTIONS ON HOLIDAYS


NO NO EXECUTION ON HOLIDAYS

Default: YES

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SEL ACORD

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SELECT ALARM CALL ORDER

This command displays all casual, daily, specific and yearly alarm call orders
for one or all subscribers for the specified time.

This command may start a long-running job. It can be stopped with STOP JOB: JN=
<job number>.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 SEL ACORD : DN= ,TIME= [,LAC=] Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

DN DIRECTORY NUMBER

This parameter specifies the directory number of the subscriber line.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...24 digit hexadecimal number where B is


interchangeable with * and C is interchangeable with #

TIME TIME OF ALARM CALL

This parameter specifies the time of the alarm call.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a[-b]

a: HOUR=
0...23, range of decimal numbers

This unit specifies the hour of the alarm call time.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of


unit values.

b: MINUTE=
0...59, range of decimal numbers

This unit specifies the minute of the alarm call time.

Notes:
- The entered minute will be rounded to a previous 5 minute
interval.

LAC LOCAL AREA CODE

This parameter specifies the local area code to which the directory
number of this object is linked.

Notes:
- Input is mandatory for an exchange with multiple directory
number volume.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 digit decimal number

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CAN ACRULE

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Cancel Access Control Rule

This task cancels an Access Control ’Rule’, which defines the access rights
of an Access Control ’Initiator group’ on an Access Control ’Target group’
for the Q3 operations defined by ’Target group’.

Depending on the ’Rule type’ the cancel operation can remove existing
access rights (’Rule type’ = ’Allow’) or grant new access rights
(’Rule type’ = ’Deny’).

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 CAN ACRULE : Rule= ; 1
1 1
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Input parameter

Rule

This parameter defines the name of the Access Control ’Rule’.

Input format: String (1-12 characters)

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CR ACRULE

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Create Access Control Rule

This task creates an Access Control ’Rule’ which defines the access
rights of an Access Control ’Initiator group list’ on an Access Control
’Target group list’ for the Q3 operations defined by ’Target group’.

An Allow Rule (’Rule type’ = ’Allow’) will allow execution of the


Q3 operation as long as no matching Deny Rule exists. A Deny Rule
will reject the Q3 operation (’Rule type’ = ’Deny’) or abort the
association (’Rule type’ = ’Abort’) in any case.

A Global Rule references no ’Target group’. It defines the access


rights for the referenced ’Initiator group’ globally, i.e. it
includes all Q3 object classes and all Q3 operations.

A Common Rule references no ’Initiator group’. It defines the common


access rights to the referenced ’Target group’, i.e. it is valid for
all initiators (AETs).

Optional time dependencies may be defined by scheduling parameters.


The validity of the Access Control ’Rule’ can be restricted by:

- Duration: a ’Start time’ and ’Stop time’) and/or


- Daily scheduling: time intervals for all days of the week or
- Weekly scheduling: time intervals per day of the week

The parameter ’Availability status’ indicates if a ’Rule’ with


scheduling parameters is active (’On’) or not (’Off’). This parameter
is only for output. " " indicates that no scheduling parameter was
entered.

Prerequisite:
- The referenced Access Control ’Initiator groups’ and Access Control
’Target groups’ must have been created by ’CR ACINIGRP’ and
’CR ACTARGRP’.

- The supported ’Rule type’ may have been restricted by the parameter
’Rule restriction’ in ’MOD ACCFG’. In this case only Allow Rules or
only Deny Rules can be created.

Note:
- The parameters ’Daily intervals’ and ’Weekly intervals’ exclude one
another.

- The scheduling parameters must be selected when the Access Control


’Rule’ is created. It is not possible to add scheduling parameters by
’MOD ACRULE’.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 CR ACRULE : Rule= ,Rule type= ,Initiator group list= 1
1 1
1 ,Target group list= [,Start time=] [,Stop time=] 1
1 1
1 [,Daily intervals=] [,Weekly intervals=] ; 1
1 1
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Input parameter

Rule

This parameter defines the name of the Access Control ’Rule’.

Input format: String (1-12 characters)

Rule type

Defines the ’Rule type’, i.e. the action performed


when the ’Rule’ matches.
The supported values can be restricted by ’MOD ACCFG’.

Input format:

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’Allow’ Allow access (if no other deny rule exists)


’Deny’ Deny access by "Access Denied"
’Abort’ Deny access and abort the association

Initiator group list

This parameter references a list of Access Control


’Initiator groups’. The rule is applied to all Initiators
(AETs) of all ’Initiator Groups’ in this list.
Enter an empty ’Initiator group list’ to create a Common
Rule, which is valid for all initiators (AETs).
The referenced ’Initiator groups’ must have been created by
’CR ACINIGRP’.

Input format: Set (0..10) of ’Initiator groups’


One ’Initiator group’ is identified by its
name (1-12 characters).

Target group list

This parameter references a list of Access Control


’Target groups’, each member defines an object class list
and a set of Q3 operations.
Enter an empty list (size=0) to create a Global Rule,
which defines global access rights (to all object classes
and for all Q3 operations) for the referenced ’Initiator groups’.
The referenced ’Target groups’ in the list must have been created
by ’CR ACTARGRP’.

Input format: Set (0..10) of ’Target groups’


One ’Target group’ is identified by its
name (1-12 characters).

Start time

This parameter defines the ’Start time’ at which the rule


becomes active.
If only the ’Start time’ is set the ’Stop time’ will be set
automatically to ’Continuous’.
The time value is rounded up to a multiple of 5 minutes or
10 minutes (EWSD classic).

Input format: standard date and time values

Default value: actual system time


will be set if this parameter is omitted but
’Stop time’ is set.

Stop time

This parameter defines the Stop time at which the rule becomes
inactive.
If only the ’Stop time’ is set the ’Start time’ will be set
automatically to the actual system time of the switch.
The time value is rounded up to a multiple of 5 minutes or
10 minutes (EWSD classic).

Input format: option ’Continuous’


option ’Specific’ : standard date and
time values
Default value: option ’Continuous’
will be set if this parameter is omitted but
’Start time’ is set.

Daily intervals

This parameter selects daily scheduling. Up to 6 time


intervals can be specified within which the rule is active.
If this parameter is entered the parameter for weekly
scheduling must not be entered.
The time value is rounded up to a multiple of 5 minutes or
10 minutes (EWSD classic).
Overlapping intervals are combined to one interval.

Input format : hh:mm-hh:mm (one interval)


hh hour (00 - 23)
mm minute (00 - 59)

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CR ACRULE

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Use 00:00-00:00 to select the whole day

Default: whole day

Weekly intervals

This parameter selects weekly scheduling. Up to 6 time


intervals can be defined for each day of the week.
The rule will be inactive on days of the week not
selected and on days with 0 intervals set. At least
one day with one interval must be selected.
If this parameter is entered the parameter for daily
scheduling must not be entered.
The time value is rounded up to a multiple of 5 minutes or
10 minutes (EWSD classic).
Overlapping intervals are combined to one interval.

Input format: hh:mm-hh:mm (one interval for one day)


hh hour (00 - 23)
mm minute (00 - 59)
Use "00:00-00:00" to select the whole day

Default: selects all days of the week without any time


restriction. Inactive days must be disabled
from the default value.

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DISP ACRULE

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Display Access Control Rule

This task displays one or more Access Control ’Rules’, which define
the access rights of Access Control ’Initiator groups’ on Access Control
’Target groups’ for the Q3 operations.

The following selections are possible:

- One single Access Control ’Rule’:


--> Enter ’Rule’

- All Access Control ’Rules’:


--> Default: Enter no selection parameter

- Selection by filter criteria:


--> Enter ’Substring’ for ’Rule’ name (match at any position),
--> Enter ’Rule type’ (equality)
--> Enter ’Initiator group’ (member in ’Initiator group list’).
--> Enter ’Target group’ (member in ’Target group list’).
More than one selection criteria are combined by logical AND.

Different output formats are supported for the display of a single Access
control ’Rule’.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DISP ACRULE : [Rule=] ,Output format= [,Substring=] [,Rule type=] 1
1 1
1 [,Initiator group=] [,Target group=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

Rule

This parameter selects one specific Access Control ’Rule’.

Dependencies:
This parameter must not be entered if all Access Control
’Rules’ are to be selected or one of the following filter
parameters is entered.

Input format: String (1-12 characters)

Output format

This parameter defines the ’Output format’ of the displayed Access


Control ’Rules’. Format ’Compact’ must be used if parameter ’Rule’
is not specified.

Input format:
’Compact’ displays Access Control ’Rule’ parameters without
scheduling parameters.
’Complete’ displays all Access Control ’Rule’ parameters.
’Extended’ displays all Access Control ’Rule’ parameters plus
the referenced ’Initiator group’ and ’Target group’.

Default: ’Compact’

Substring

This parameter defines a pattern for the ’Rule’ name. The ’Rule’
name must contain this pattern at any position.

Dependencies:
This parameter must not be entered if ’Rule’ was entered.

Input format: String (1-12 characters)

Rule type

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This parameter selects the ’Rule type’ of the ’Rules’ to display.

Input format:
’Allow’ Select Allow Rules
’Deny’ Select Deny Rules
’Abort’ Select Deny Rules with Abort

Initiator group

This parameter selects the referenced ’Initiator group list’ of


the ’Rules’ to display.
If a value is entered, the ’Initiator group list’ must
contain the value;
if "" is entered, only common rules are selected.

Input format:
String (1-12 characters) for ’Initiator group’ name
"" (empty string) selects Common Rules (with no ’Initiator
group’).

Target group

This parameter selects the referenced ’Target group list’


of the ’Rules’ to display.
If a value is entered, the ’Target group list’ must contain
the entered value;
if "" is entered, only global rules are selected.

Input format:
String (1-12 characters) for ’Target group’ name
"" (empty string) selects Global Rules (with no ’Target
group’).

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MOD ACRULE

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Modify Access Control Rule

This task modifies the parameters of an Access Control ’Rule’,


which defines the access rights of Access Control
’Initiator groups’ on an Access Control ’Target groups’ for Q3
operations.

Depending on the parameters entered, the ’Rule type’, the


referenced ’Target group list’ or ’Initiator group list’ is changed.

Scheduling parameters can be modified as follows:

- Duration: replace ’Start time’ and/or ’Stop time’.


- Daily scheduling: replace ’Daily intervals’.
- Weekly Scheduling: replace time intervals of single days of the
week.

Note:
- It is not possible to change a Common Rule (empty
’Initiator group list’) to a non Common Rule or to change a non
Common Rule to a Common Rule. Thus it is only possible to modify
a ’Initiator group list’, which is not empty.

- It is not possible to change a Global Rule (no ’Target group’) to


a non Global Rule or to change a non Global Rule to a Global Rule.
Thus it is only possible to modify a ’Target group list’, which
is not empty.

- It is not possible to change an Allow Rule to a Deny Rule or a


Deny Rule to an Allow Rule respectively. Thus it is only possible
to change the ’Rule Type’ from ’Deny’ to ’Abort’ or vice versa.

- Only scheduling parameters selected by ’CR ACRULE’ can be modified.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 MOD ACRULE : Rule= [,Rule type=] [,Initiator group list=] 1
1 1
1 [,Target group list=] [,Start time=] [,Stop time=] 1
1 1
1 [,Daily intervals=] [,Weekly intervals=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

Rule

This parameter defines the name of the Access Control ’Rule’.

Input format: String (1-12 characters)

Rule type

This parameter replaces the ’Rule type’, i.e. the action performed
when the ’Rule’ matches.

Note: It is not possible to change an Allow Rule to a Deny Rule, or


a Deny Rule to an Allow Rule.

Input format:
’Deny’ Deny access by "Access Denied"
’Abort’ Deny access and abort the association

Initiator group list

This parameter modifies the Access Control ’Initiator group list’,


which defines the ’Initiator groups’ the ’Rule’ is applied to.

Note: It is not possible to set up an ’Initiator group list’ for


a Common Rule (empty ’Initiator group list’) or to change a

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MOD ACRULE

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non Common Rule to a Common Rule (remove all


’Initiator groups’.

Input format:
Operation: ’REPLACE’: Replace ’Initiator group list’,
’ADD’ : Add ’Initiator groups’ to the old list,
’REMOVE’ : Remove ’Initiator groups’ from the old
list.

’Group list’: Set (1..10) of ’Initiator groups’


One ’Initiator group’ is identified by its
name (1-12 characters).

Target group list

This parameter modifies the Access Control ’Target group list’;


each member defines an object classes list and a set ofQ3
operations.

Note: It is not possible to set up a ’Target group list’ for a


Global Rule (empty ’Target group list’) or to change a
non Global Rule to a Global Rule (remove all ’Target Groups’.

Input format:
Operation: ’REPLACE’: Replace ’Target group list’,
’ADD’ : Add ’Target groups’ to the old list,
’REMOVE’ : Remove ’Target groups’ from the old list.

’Group list’: Set (1..10) of ’Target groups’


One ’Target group’ is identified by its
name (1-12 characters).

Start time

This parameter replaces the ’Start time’ at which the rule


becomes active.
The parameter can be replaced only if a ’Start time’ or
’Stop time’ was entered when the ’Rule’ was created.

Input format: standard date and time values

Stop time

This parameter replaces the ’Stop time’ at which the rule


becomes inactive.
The parameter can be replaced only if a ’Start time’ or
’Stop time’ was entered when the ’Rule’ was created.

Input format: option ’Continuous’


option ’Specific’ : standard date and
time values

Default value: option ’Continuous’

Daily intervals

This parameter replaces ’Daily intervals’ (up to 6) within which


the rule is active. The parameter can be entered only if ’Daily
intervals’ were entered when the ’Rule’ was created. The
time values are rounded up to a multiple of 5 minutes.
Overlapping intervals are combined to one interval.

Input format : hh:mm-hh:mm (one interval)


hh hour (00 - 23)
mm minute (00 - 59)
Use 00:00-00:00 to select the whole day

Weekly intervals

This parameter replaces ’Weekly intervals’ within which the


rule is active.
Only days of the week selected in the parameter are replaced.
The intervals of the days not selected will not be changed.
Enter 0 intervals to disable the whole day.
At least one day with one interval must be active in the
resultant ’Weekly intervals’; otherwise the parameter is
rejected.

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MOD ACRULE

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Input format : hh:mm-hh:mm (one interval for one day)


hh hour (00 - 23)
mm minute (00 - 59)
Use 00:00-00:00 to select the whole day

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DISP ACSTAT

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DISPLAY ALARM CALL STATISTICS

This command displays the alarm call statistics.


Following data are displayed :
- number of refused orders; the number of input attempts, entered
between the last but one and the last activation of the interval,
which were refused
- number of accepted orders; the number of alarm call orders in the
interval at the moment of the last activation of the interval.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DISP ACSTAT ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

none

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CAN ACTARGRP

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Cancel Access Control Target Group

This task cancels an Access Control ’Target group’ which defines a set
of Q3 object classes (OCs) and the Q3 operations on these object classes.

Prerequisite:
The ’Target group’ is not canceled if it is referenced by an Access Control ’Rule’

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 CAN ACTARGRP : Target group= ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

Target group

This parameter defines the unique name of the ’Target group’.

Input format: String (1-12 characters)

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CR ACTARGRP

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Create Access Control Target Group

This task creates an Access Control ’Target group’ which defines a set
of Q3 object classes (OCs) and the Q3 operations on these object classes.
A ’Target group’ is referenced by one or more Access Control ’Rules’ in order
to grant or deny access rights for the Q3 operations on the OCs.

The set of OCs is defined by an ’Object class list’ and a ’Scope’ parameter.
The ’Scope’ parameter selects a subtree for the OCs in the ’Object class list’.
Thus the Target Group contains the sum of all "scopes" of the OCs in the
’Object class list’.

The optional parameter ’Ref. target group’ allows an already defined set
of OCs to be reused. If defined, the ’Object class list’ and ’Scope’ are copied
from the ’Ref. target group’.

Note:
- The scope of each OC in the ’Object class list’ must not be empty, i.e. it must
contain at least 1 OC.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 CR ACTARGRP : Target group= [,Ref. target group=] 1
1 1
1 [,Object class list=] [,Scope=] ,Operations list= ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

Target group

This parameter defines the name of the ’Target group’.


This name is used by an Access Control ’Rule’ to reference
the ’Target group’.

Input format: String (1-12 characters)

Ref. target group

This parameter defines an optional reference ’Target group’.


If entered, the parameters ’Object class list’ and ’Scope’
may be omitted. Their values are then copied from the reference
’Target group’.

Input format: String (1-12 characters)

Object class list

This parameter defines a list of Q3 object classes (OCs).


This parameter may be omitted only if a ’Ref. target group’
is entered. In this case the ’Object class list’ is copied
from the ’Ref. target group’.
See also ’Scope’ parameter

Input format: Set (1..10) of Q3 object classes


Select object classes from list

Scope

This parameter defines the ’Scope’ of all object classes in


’Object class list’ according to the Q3 "Name Binding" relation.
This parameter may be omitted only if a ’Ref. target group’
is entered. In this case the ’Scope’ is copied from the
’Ref. target group’.

Input format:
’Standard’:
’Base object’ Base OC only
’First level’ 1st level subordinate base OC
’Whole subtree’ Base OC and all subordinate OCs

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’Level’: n nth level subordinate base OC

’Base to level’: n Base OC and all OCs down to level n

Default Value: ’Whole subtree’

Operations list

This parameter selects the Q3 Operations that are defined for this
’Target group’.

Input format:
’Enabled’: Q3 operation is included
’Disabled’: Q3 operation is not included

Select value for all Q3 operations:


M-GET, M-SET, M-CREATE, M-DELETE and M-ACTION.

Default value: All Q3 operations are selected.

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DISP ACTARGRP

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Display Access Control Target Group

This task displays one or more Access Control ’Target groups’, which define
a set of Q3 object classes (OCs) and the Q3 operations on these object classes.

The following selections are possible:

- One single Access Control ’Target group’:


--> Enter the ’Target group’

- All Access Control ’Target groups’:


--> Default: Enter no selection parameter

- Selection by filter criteria


--> Enter ’Substring’ for ’Target group’ name (match at any position),
--> Enter ’Object class’ for ’Object class list’ (’Object class’ is in the list)
If both criteria are entered they must both be met.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DISP ACTARGRP : [Target group=] [,Substring=] [,Object class=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

Target group

This parameter selects one specific ’Target group’ by its name.

Dependencies:
This parameter must not be entered if all ’Target groups’
are to be selected, or if ’Substring’ or ’Object class’ is
entered as a filter parameter.

Input format: String (1-12 characters)

Substring

This parameter defines a name pattern for the ’Target group’ name.
The ’Target group’ name must contain this pattern at any one position.

Dependencies:
This parameter must not be entered if ’Target group’ was entered.

Input format: String (1-12 characters)

Object class

This parameter defines an ’Object class’ which must be contained in


the ’Object class list’.

Note:
The task will evaluate the ’Object class list’ but not
the ’Scope’.

Dependencies:
This parameter must not be entered if a ’Target group’
was entered.

Input format: Select ’Object class’ from list

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MOD ACTARGRP

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Modify Access Control Target Group

This task modifies an Access Control ’Target group’, which defines a list
of Q3 object classes (OCs) and the Q3 operations on these object classes.

The set of OCs defined by the ’Target group’ is affected by modification


of the ’Object class list’ and/or the ’Scope’ parameter.

Note:
- The modification of the ’Object class list’ or ’Scope’ parameter must not
produce empty scopes, i.e. the scope of each OC in the ’Object class list’
must contain at least 1 OC.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 MOD ACTARGRP : Target group= [,Object class list=] [,Scope=] 1
1 1
1 [,Operations list=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

Target group

This parameter defines the name of the ’Target group’.

Input format: String (1-12 characters)

Object class list

This parameter updates the ’Object class list’ of the ’Target group’.

Input format:
Operation: ’REPLACE’: Replace ’Object class list’.
’ADD’ : Add OCs in ’Object class list’ to the
old list.
’REMOVE’ : Remove OCs in ’Object class list’ from the
old list.

’Object class list’: Set (1..10) of Q3 object classes


Select Object classes from list.

Scope

This parameter replaces the ’Scope’ for the object classes in


’Object class list’ according to the Q3 "Name Binding" relation.

Input format:
’Std’:
’Base object’ OC only
’Whole subtree’ OC and all subordinate OCs
’First level’ 1st level subordinate OC

’Level’: n nth level subordinate OC

’Base to level’: n OC itself and all OCs down to level


n

Operations list

This parameter replaces the Q3 operations that are defined for this
’Target group’.

Input format:
’Enabled’ : Q3 operation is included.
’Disabled’: Q3 operation is not included.

Select Value for all Q3 operations:


M-GET, M-SET, M-CREATE, M-DELETE and M-ACTION.

Default value: All Q3 operations are selected.

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ENTR ADN

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ENTER A-SUBSCRIBER DIRECTORY NUMBER

This command is used in the terminating exchange of a malicious call


to transfer the determined a party directory number to the incoming
port.

Notes:
-The directory number which is entered with this command is necessary
in order to decide whether the a-party of the malicious call could be
traced or not.
-This command must be entered during the hold state of the malicious
call.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 ( ) 1
1 1,LNO=1 1
1 ENTR ADN : TGNO= Z,CIC=Y ,DN= ; 1
1 1 1 1
1 * + 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

TGNO TRUNK GROUP NUMBER

This parameter specifies the incoming trunk group in the terminating


exchange of the malicious call.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 characters from the


symbolic name character set

LNO LINE NUMBER

This parameter specifies the trunk within the specified trunk group.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...16383, range of decimal numbers

CIC CIRCUIT IDENTIFICATION CODE

This parameter specifies the circuit identification code for a CCS7


trunk.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a-b

a: DIGITAL INTERFACE UNIT NUMBER=


0...681, range of decimal numbers

b: CHANNEL NUMBER=
1-31, range of decimal numbers

DN DIRECTORY NUMBER

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...24 digit hexadecimal number where B is


interchangeable with * and C is interchangeable with #

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ACT ADPHMEAS

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ACT AVERAGE DAILY PEAK HOUR TRAF. MEAS.

This command activates the average of daily peak full hour measurement
or reactivates a stopped measurement or changes the measurement periods
of an active measurement.

Prerequisites:
- Before this command is executed,measurement objects must be entered in
the measurement by means of the command ENTR ADPHMEAS.
- Disc space of 640 PAM pages for 14 result files is necessary.

Possible effects:
If the execution of the job is interrupted by recovery ,
the job will be restarted automatically with the same job number.

This command starts a semipermanent job. It can be canceled with CAN JOB.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 ACT ADPHMEAS : [PER=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

PER PERIOD OF ADPH MEASUREMENT

This parameter delimits the recurrent days of the week on which


recording is to take place. The measurement periods can be delimited
to working days only (WO) .

Default: daily measurement

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

NO DEFAULT
WO WORKDAY

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CAN ADPHMEAS
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CAN AVERAGE DAILY PEAK HOUR TRAF. MEAS.

This command specifies measurement objects to be cancelled from the


measurement.
Possible effects:
If all measurement objects are cancelled from an active measurement, the
measurement job will be cancelled.

THIS COMMAND HAS FOLLOWING INPUT FORMATS :

1. CAN ADPHMEAS - OTHER OTHER MEASUREMENT OBJECTS


2. CAN ADPHMEAS - PBX PRIVATE BRANCH EXCHANGE

1. Input format

OTHER MEASUREMENT OBJECTS

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 CAN ADPHMEAS : <TGNO= ,GRP=> [,DN= [,LAC=]] Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

TGNO TRUNK GROUP NUMBER

This parameter specifies the name of the trunk group to be cancelled


from the measurement.
A maximum of 32 trunk groups can be linked with &.
Cancellation of all trunk groups is possible.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...6 characters from the


symbolic name character set

GRP OBJECT GROUP NAME

This parameter specifies the name of a group whose elements are to be


cancelled from the measurement .
A maximum of 4 groups can be linked with &.
Cancellation of all groups is possible.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...8 characters from the


symbolic name character set

DN PBX DIRECTORY NUMBER

This parameter specifies the private branch exchange


directory number to be cancelled. A maximum of 32 directory numbers can
be linked with &. Cancellation of all directory numbers is possible.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...12 digit hexadecimal number where B is


interchangeable with * and C is interchangeable with #

LAC LOCAL AREA CODE

This parameter specifies the local area code for the private

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CAN ADPHMEAS
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branch exchange directory numbers.


Default: in exchanges with only one local network, this
parameter may be omitted.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 digit decimal number

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CAN ADPHMEAS
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2. Input format

PRIVATE BRANCH EXCHANGE

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 CAN ADPHMEAS : [LAC=] ,DN= [,GRP=] [,TGNO=] Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

LAC LOCAL AREA CODE

This parameter specifies the local area code for the private
branch exchange directory numbers.
Default: in exchanges with only one local network, this
parameter may be omitted.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 digit decimal number

DN PBX DIRECTORY NUMBER

This parameter specifies the private branch exchange


directory number to be cancelled. A maximum of 32 directory numbers can
be linked with &. Cancellation of all directory numbers is possible.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...12 digit hexadecimal number where B is


interchangeable with * and C is interchangeable with #

GRP OBJECT GROUP NAME

This parameter specifies the name of a group whose elements are to be


cancelled from the measurement .
A maximum of 4 groups can be linked with &.
Cancellation of all groups is possible.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...8 characters from the


symbolic name character set

TGNO TRUNK GROUP NUMBER

This parameter specifies the name of the trunk group to be cancelled


from the measurement.
A maximum of 32 trunk groups can be linked with &.
Cancellation of all trunk groups is possible.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...6 characters from the


symbolic name character set

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CAN ADPHMEAS- 3-


DISP ADPHMEAS
OTHER
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

DISP AVERAGE DAILY PEAK HOUR TRAF. MEAS.

This command displays the job data and the state of the job and of the
measurement objects which selected.

This command may start a long-running job. It can be stopped with STOP JOB: JN=
<job number>.

THIS COMMAND HAS FOLLOWING INPUT FORMATS :

1. DISP ADPHMEAS- OTHER OTHER MEASUREMENT OBJECTS


2. DISP ADPHMEAS- PBX PRIVATE BRANCH EXCHANGE
3. DISP ADPHMEAS- STATUS STATUS

1. Input format

OTHER MEASUREMENT OBJECTS

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DISP ADPHMEAS : <TGNO= ,GRP=> [,DN= [,LAC=]] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

TGNO TRUNK GROUP NUMBER

This parameter specifies the name of the trunk group to be displayed.


A maximum of 32 trunk groups can be linked with &.
Display of all trunk groups is possible.
In combination with STATUS only all trunk groups may be selected.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...6 characters from the


symbolic name character set

GRP OBJECT GROUP NAME

This parameter specifies the name of a group whose elements are to be


displayed.
A maximum of 4 groups can be linked with &.
Display of all groups is possible.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...8 characters from the


symbolic name character set

DN PBX DIRECTORY NUMBER

This parameter specifies the private branch exchange


directory number to be displayed. A maximum of 32 directory numbers can
be linked with &. Display of all directory numbers is possible.
In combination with STATUS only all directory numbers may be selected.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...12 digit hexadecimal number where B is


interchangeable with * and C is interchangeable with #

LAC LOCAL AREA CODE

This parameter specifies the local area code for the private

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP ADPHMEAS- 1+


DISP ADPHMEAS
OTHER
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

branch exchange directory numbers.


Default: in exchanges with only one local network, this
parameter may be omitted.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 digit decimal number

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP ADPHMEAS- 2+


DISP ADPHMEAS
PBX
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

2. Input format

PRIVATE BRANCH EXCHANGE

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DISP ADPHMEAS : [LAC=] ,DN= [,GRP=] [,TGNO=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

LAC LOCAL AREA CODE

This parameter specifies the local area code for the private
branch exchange directory numbers.
Default: in exchanges with only one local network, this
parameter may be omitted.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 digit decimal number

DN PBX DIRECTORY NUMBER

This parameter specifies the private branch exchange


directory number to be displayed. A maximum of 32 directory numbers can
be linked with &. Display of all directory numbers is possible.
In combination with STATUS only all directory numbers may be selected.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...12 digit hexadecimal number where B is


interchangeable with * and C is interchangeable with #

GRP OBJECT GROUP NAME

This parameter specifies the name of a group whose elements are to be


displayed.
A maximum of 4 groups can be linked with &.
Display of all groups is possible.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...8 characters from the


symbolic name character set

TGNO TRUNK GROUP NUMBER

This parameter specifies the name of the trunk group to be displayed.


A maximum of 32 trunk groups can be linked with &.
Display of all trunk groups is possible.
In combination with STATUS only all trunk groups may be selected.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...6 characters from the


symbolic name character set

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP ADPHMEAS- 3+


DISP ADPHMEAS
STATUS
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

3. Input format

STATUS

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DISP ADPHMEAS : STATUS= [,DN= [,LAC=]] [,TGNO=] [,GRP=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

STATUS STATUS OF MEASUREMENT OBJECT

This parameter specifies the state of the measurement objects to be


displayed. Any combination of states can be linked with &.
Display of all states is also possible.
Combination with the other parameters is possible.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

ACTIVE OBJECT IS ACTIVE


CANCELED OBJECT IS CANCELED
NOTEXIST OBJECT IS NOT EXISTING
WAITING OBJECT IS WAITING

DN PBX DIRECTORY NUMBER

This parameter specifies the private branch exchange


directory number to be displayed. A maximum of 32 directory numbers can
be linked with &. Display of all directory numbers is possible.
In combination with STATUS only all directory numbers may be selected.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...12 digit hexadecimal number where B is


interchangeable with * and C is interchangeable with #

LAC LOCAL AREA CODE

This parameter specifies the local area code for the private
branch exchange directory numbers.
Default: in exchanges with only one local network, this
parameter may be omitted.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 digit decimal number

TGNO TRUNK GROUP NUMBER

This parameter specifies the name of the trunk group to be displayed.


A maximum of 32 trunk groups can be linked with &.
Display of all trunk groups is possible.
In combination with STATUS only all trunk groups may be selected.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...6 characters from the


symbolic name character set

GRP OBJECT GROUP NAME

This parameter specifies the name of a group whose elements are to be


displayed.
A maximum of 4 groups can be linked with &.
Display of all groups is possible.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP ADPHMEAS- 4+


DISP ADPHMEAS
STATUS
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...8 characters from the


symbolic name character set

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP ADPHMEAS- 5-


ENTR ADPHMEAS
OTHER
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

ENTR AVERAGE DAILY PEAK HOUR TRAF. MEAS.

This command specifies the measurement objects to be entered in the


measurement. This command can also be executed during an active
measurement.
If a measurement object is entered in an active measurement, the
measurement for this object will begin at the next measurement day.
The maximum number of measurement objects is 200 for trunk groups and
600 for private branch exchanges.

THIS COMMAND HAS FOLLOWING INPUT FORMATS :

1. ENTR ADPHMEAS- OTHER OTHER MEASUREMENT OBJECTS


2. ENTR ADPHMEAS- PBX PRIVATE BRANCH EXCHANGE

1. Input format

OTHER MEASUREMENT OBJECTS

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 ENTR ADPHMEAS : <TGNO= ,GRP=> [,DN= [,LAC=]] Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

TGNO TRUNK GROUP NUMBER

This parameter specifies the name of the trunk group for which
traffic data are to be recorded.
Up to 32 parameter values can be linked with &.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...6 characters from the


symbolic name character set

GRP OBJECT GROUP NAME

This parameter specifies the name of a group for whose elements


measurements are to be obtained. Only groups of GRPTYP = TGRP or
PBX are possible.
Up to 4 parameter values can be linked with &.
A maximum of 10 faulty elements of a group will be accepted.
You can cancel faulty elements from the measurement with the command
CAN ADPHMEAS .

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...8 characters from the


symbolic name character set

DN PBX DIRECTORY NUMBER

This parameter specifies the private branch exchange


directory number. Up to 32 parameter values can be linked
with &.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...12 digit hexadecimal number where B is


interchangeable with * and C is interchangeable with #

LAC LOCAL AREA CODE

This parameter specifies the local area code for the private
branch exchange directory numbers.

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ENTR ADPHMEAS- 1+


ENTR ADPHMEAS
OTHER
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

Default: in exchanges with only one local network, this


parameter may be omitted.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 digit decimal number

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ENTR ADPHMEAS- 2+


ENTR ADPHMEAS
PBX
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

2. Input format

PRIVATE BRANCH EXCHANGE

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 ENTR ADPHMEAS : [LAC=] ,DN= [,GRP=] [,TGNO=] Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

LAC LOCAL AREA CODE

This parameter specifies the local area code for the private
branch exchange directory numbers.

Default: in exchanges with only one local network, this


parameter may be omitted.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 digit decimal number

DN PBX DIRECTORY NUMBER

This parameter specifies the private branch exchange


directory number. Up to 32 parameter values can be linked
with &.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...12 digit hexadecimal number where B is


interchangeable with * and C is interchangeable with #

GRP OBJECT GROUP NAME

This parameter specifies the name of a group for whose elements


measurements are to be obtained. Only groups of GRPTYP = TGRP or
PBX are possible.
Up to 4 parameter values can be linked with &.
A maximum of 10 faulty elements of a group will be accepted.
You can cancel faulty elements from the measurement with the command
CAN ADPHMEAS .

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...8 characters from the


symbolic name character set

TGNO TRUNK GROUP NUMBER

This parameter specifies the name of the trunk group for which
traffic data are to be recorded.
Up to 32 parameter values can be linked with &.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...6 characters from the


symbolic name character set

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ENTR ADPHMEAS- 3-


DISP AENTRY

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

DISPLAY ARCHIVE FILE ENTRY

This command displays the contents of archive files.


The messages can be specified either in their entirety or as
a list containing general information (table of contents) for the
selected message entries. The amount of messages can be restricted by
specifying the entry numbers.

Prerequisite:
- The file must exist and have the attributes of an archive file.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 DISP AENTRY : AFILE= [,AENTRY=] [,TOC=] Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

AFILE ARCHIVE FILE NAME

This parameter designates an archive file.

Notes:
- The first character may not be a period, the last character
may be neither a period nor an asterisk, and two periods may
not appear consecutively in the filename.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...17 characters from the


symbolic name character set

AENTRY ARCHIVE FILE ENTRY

This parameter specifies the entry number assigned by the FCP to


incoming messages for an archive file. When displaying archive files, a
list of ranges (intervals) of these numbers can be specified as limits.

Notes:
- A maximum of two intervals can be linked with &.
- If 99999 is entered, the most recently entered message is displayed.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


a value-range by linking two values with &&.
Multiple values and/or ranges can be linked with &.

1...99999, range of decimal numbers

TOC TABLE OF CONTENTS

This parameter specifies whether only message headers or whole messages


are displayed.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

NO NO TABLE OF CONTENTS
YES TABLE OF CONTENTS

Default: YES

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP AENTRY- 1-


SEL AENTRY

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

SELECT ARCHIVE FILE ENTRY

This command displays data from an archive file. These data are
restricted via parameter entry.
of records from an archive file to the output device. The search
direction can be set either to ascending or descending. As long as the
individual conditions from the combination of named possibilities do not
contradict themselves, they are linked to form an overall condition.
The following can be selected:
- messages with a certain job number
- messages which are determined by context and
format number or only by context
- alarm messages, limited to alarms with a certain priority
- messages which have been entered within a specified period of time
- If neither DATE nor TIME are specified, the search covers
the entire file.
- If only DATE is specified, the search covers all entries within
the specified DATE interval.
- If only TIME is specified, the current date is implied for DATE.
- If DATE and TIME are specified, the search covers all entries in
each of the specified TIME intervals on every day included in the
specified DATE intervals.

Prerequisite:
- The specified file must exist and must be created with the attributes
of an archive file.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 SEL AENTRY : AFILE= [,TIME=] [,DATE=] [,JN=] [,MSG=] 1
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 [,ALPRIO=] [,DIR=] Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

AFILE ARCHIVE FILE NAME

This parameter designates an archive file.

Note:
- The first character may not be a period, the last character
may be neither a period nor an asterisk, and two periods may
not appear consecutively in the filename.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...17 characters from the


symbolic name character set

TIME TIME

This parameter specifies the time as one of the search


criteria for selecting records from an archive file.

Note:
- Seconds are ignored during conversion to an internal format.
- A maximum of two intervals can be linked with &.

- If selective output of archive entries is desired, where the


intended time interval contains a date change, it is not
possible to achieve the result with one time interval.

- For example,

SEL AENTRY AFILE = MY.AFILE, TIME = 23-00-00&&01-00-00

will not work, since without a specified date, always the


current day is assumed. A date change is not considered.

The mentioned example will produce entries between

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 SEL AENTRY- 1+


SEL AENTRY

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

1h and 23h of the same day.

The desired result can be achieved as follows, working


with the DATE parameter:

- if for ONE time interval the entries are to be selected,


2 commands are needed:

SEL AENTRY AFILE = MY.AFILE, DATE = 98-10-05,


TIME = 23-00-00 && 23-59-59
SEL AENTRY AFILE = MY.AFILE, DATE = 98-10-06,
TIME = 00-00-00 && 01-00-00

- if cyclically (i.e. on each day), entries are to be


displayed, the TIME interval must be split in two:

SEL AENTRY AFILE = MY.AFILE, DATE = 98-09-01&&98-12-31,


TIME = 23-00-00&&23-59-59 & 00-00-00&&01-00-00.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


a value-range by linking two values with &&.
Multiple values and/or ranges can be linked with &.

a-b-c

a: HOURS=
0...23, range of decimal numbers

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of


unit values.

b: MINUTES=
0...59, range of decimal numbers

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of


unit values.

c: SECONDS=
0...59, range of decimal numbers

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of


unit values.

DATE DATE

This parameter specifies the date as one of the search criteria.

Note:
- A maximum of two intervals can be linked with &.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


a value-range by linking two values with &&.
Multiple values and/or ranges can be linked with &.

a-b-c

a: YEAR=
0...99, range of decimal numbers

b: MONTH=
1...12, range of decimal numbers

c: DAY=
1...31, range of decimal numbers

JN JOB NUMBER

This parameter specifies job number as one of the search criteria.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...9999, range of decimal numbers

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 SEL AENTRY- 2+


SEL AENTRY

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

MSG MESSAGE

This parameter specifies a message.

Note:
- There are two kinds of messages: command response messages and
system messages.
- system context for system messages with the following
possible values:
SPT spontaneous message which is not an alarm
Alarm contexts:
SYOP SYSTEM OPERATOR CALL
SYPUPD SYSTEM PANEL UPDATE
SYPCHNG SYSTEM PANEL CHANGE
ADMINAL ADMINISTRATION ALARM
TIMINSEC TIME INSECURE ALARM
CALLID CALL IDENTIFICATION
CAT1 CAT LEVEL 1
CAT2 CAT LEVEL 2
MAL MAINTENANCE ALARM
SAL SERVICE ALARM
CU CENTRAL UNIT ALARM
CLOCK CENTRAL CLOCK GENERATOR ALARM
MB MESSAGE BUFFER ALARM
SN SWITCHING NETWORK ALARM
CCS COMMON CHANNEL SIGNALING ALARM
LNMAIN LINE MAINTENANCE ALARM
LNLNCKOUT LINE LOCKOUT ALARM
SIGLINK SIGNALING LINK ALARM
TRMAIN TRUNK MAINTENANCE ALARM
TGBL TRUNKGROUP BLOCKED
TGAL TRUNKGROUP ALARM
LTG LTG ALARM
DLU DLU ALARM
SYP SYSTEM PANEL ALARM
EALEXCH EXTERNAL EXCHANGE ALARM
EALDLU EXTERNAL DLU ALARM
NLMPAL NO LAMP ALARM
OVLD OVERLOAD ALARM
RECOV RECOVERY ALARM
DIU DIGITAL INTERFACE UNIT
SERV SERVICE CIRCUITS
TAXUP CCS7 TAXATION USER PART
TIMESYNC EXTERNAL TIME SYNCHRONIZATION
ATMF ATM FABRIC
- project-specific some of the values may be unused.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a[-b]

a: CONTEXT=
1...12 characters from the
symbolic name character set

Corresponds to the command code in a


command response message or the
system context in a system message.

The following characters are not permitted:


.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of


unit values.

b: FORMAT=
0...99999, range of decimal numbers

ALPRIO ALARM PRIORITY

This parameter specifies the priority of an alarm output message


as a search criteria.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 SEL AENTRY- 3+


SEL AENTRY

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

MINOR MINOR ALARM


MAJOR MAJOR ALARM
CRITICAL CRITICAL ALARM

DIR DIRECTION

This parameter specifies the read direction when archive file records
are searched.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

FORW FORWARD SEARCH DIRECTION


BACKW BACKWARD SEARCH DIRECTION

Default: FORW

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 SEL AENTRY- 4-


CAN AFILE

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

CANCEL ARCHIVE FILE

This command cancels an archive file.

Prerequisite:
- the archive file must exist
- the archive file may not be assigned to any device group
- If output suppression is deactivated, the AFILE may not
be the output device.

This command is normally logged.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 CAN AFILE : AFILE= Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

AFILE ARCHIVE FILE NAME

This parameter specifies an archive file.

Note:
- The first character may not be a period, the last character
may be neither a period nor an asterisk, and two periods may
not appear consecutively in the file name.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...17 characters from the


symbolic name character set

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CAN AFILE- 1-


CR AFILE

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

CREATE ARCHIVE FILE

This command creates an archive file to act as a functional device,


its static attributes (size and type) and the variable attributes
(threshold limits and alarm) which can be set by administration .

Notes:
A threshold triple consists of THRU, THRD and THRF.
If the occupancy level of the archive file exceeds the threshold value
set in THRU,
- a system panel alarm is output if the corresponding THRF value
is set to ALARM
- an INFO system message is sent if the corresponding THRF value
is set to NOALARM.
These alarm indications are not canceled until the occupancy level of the
archive file is less than the value set in THRD.

This command is normally logged.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 CR AFILE : AFILE= ,SIZE= ,TYPE= [,THRU=] [,THRD=] [,THRF=] Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

AFILE ARCHIVE FILE NAME

This parameter designates an archive file.

Note:
- The first character may not be a period, the last character
may be neither a period nor an asterisk, and two periods may
not appear consecutively in the filename.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...17 characters from the


symbolic name character set

SIZE SIZE OF AN ARCHIVE FILE

This parameter specifies the size of an archive file in 2 KB blocks.

Notes:
- The theoretical upper limit is dependent on the hardware.
- The command is rejected if the specified memory requirement is
too big or too small.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

35...8388607, range of decimal numbers

TYPE TYPE

This parameter specifies whether an archive file is to be created


as a single file or a double file.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

SINGLE SINGLE
DOUBLE DOUBLE

THRU THRESHOLD UPGRADE

This parameter specifies the occupancy level of an archive file


at which the alarm condition should commence.

Notes:
- The occupancy level is expressed as a percentage.
- An upper threshold value must be higher than the associated

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CR AFILE- 1+
CR AFILE

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

lower threshold value, i.e. THRU=0, THRD>0 is not allowed.


- If no THRU value has been set, the corresponding THRF should
not be set to ALARM.
- The THRU values entered must be different.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a-b-c

a: THRESHOLD UPGRADE LIMIT LOW=


0...99, range of decimal numbers

Default: 0

b: THRESHOLD UPGRADE LIMIT MEDIUM=


0...99, range of decimal numbers

Default: 0

c: THRESHOLD UPGRADE LIMIT HIGH=


0...100, range of decimal numbers

Default: 0

THRD THRESHOLD DOWNGRADE

This parameter specifies the occupancy level at which the alarm


condition (which was activated due to an exceeded occupancy level of
an archive file), is to be reset.

Note:
- The occupancy level is expressed as a percentage.
- An upper threshold value must not be less than the associated
lower threshold value, i.e. THRU=0, THRD>0 is not allowed.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a-b-c

a: THRESHOLD DOWNGRADE LIMIT LOW=


0...99, range of decimal numbers

Default: 0

b: THRESHOLD DOWNGRADE LIMIT MEDIUM=


0...99, range of decimal numbers

Default: 0

c: THRESHOLD DOWNGRADE LIMIT HIGH=


0...100, range of decimal numbers

Default: 0

THRF THRESHOLD FEATURES

This parameter specifies whether the alarm which was activated by


the excessive occupancy level of an archive file is to be displayed
on the system panel.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a-b-c

a: THRESHOLD FEATURE FOR UPGRADE LIMIT LOW


ALARM SYSTEM PANEL ALARM MESSAGES
NOALARM OUTPUT MESSAGE ONLY ON PRINTER

Default: NOALARM

b: THRESHOLD FEATURE FOR UPGRADE LIMIT MEDIUM

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CR AFILE- 2+
CR AFILE

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ALARM SYSTEM PANEL ALARM MESSAGE


NOALARM OUTPUT MESSAGE ONLY ON PRINTER

Default: NOALARM

c: THRESHOLD FEATURE FOR UPGRADE LIMIT HIGH


ALARM SYSTEM PANEL ALARM MESSAGE
NOALARM OUTPUT MESSAGE ONLY ON PRINTER

Default: NOALARM

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CR AFILE- 3-
DISP AFILE

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DISPLAY ARCHIVE FILE ATTRIBUTES

This command displays a table of archive files and their respective


attributes. The information can be displayed for individual archive
files or for all archive files.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 DISP AFILE : AFILE= Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

AFILE ARCHIVE FILE NAME

This parameter specifies an archive file. It can be input


in partially qualified form. Up to five parameter values can
be linked with &.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...17 characters from the


symbolic name character set

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP AFILE- 1-


MOD AFILE

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MODIFY ARCHIVE FILE ATTRIBUTES

This command modifies the threshold values and threshold value


characteristics of an archive file.
Threshold values THRU and THRD, together with the threshold value
characteristic THRF, make up a threshold value triple
(THRU,THRD,THRF).
A maximum of three threshold value triples can be assigned to an archive
file. However, they must have different THRU components.
While THRU, THRD and THRF must be entered in the input form of
a-b-c, the user can use dummy value 0 for THRU, THRD and dummy value
NOALARM for THRF, if necessary.

The following operations are possible:


- Adding up to three threshold value triples:
The components THRU,THRD and THRF must be entered like a-b-c/
- Switching between up to three threshold value triples:
Independent of modification the old THRU parameter a-b-c must be
specified for identification.
The components THRU THRD and THRF will be changed by entering
d-e-f/a-b-c with d-e-f as new and a-b-c as old input parameters.
- Canceling up to three threshold value triples:
The threshold value triple (THRU,THRD,THRF), that will be
canceled, must be changed to the triple (0,0,NOALARM).

Prerequisite:
- The available threshold value triples are known and can be displayed
using command DISP AFILE.

This command is normally logged.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 MOD AFILE : AFILE= [,THRU=] [,THRD=] [,THRF=] Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

AFILE ARCHIVE FILE NAME

This parameter designates an archive file.

Notes:
- The first character may not be a period, the last character
may be neither a period nor an asterisk, and two periods may
not appear consecutively in the file name.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...17 characters from the


symbolic name character set

THRU THRESHOLD UPGRADE

This parameter specifies the occupancy level at which an alarm


message (which was activated due to an exceeded occupancy level
of an archive file), is to be initiated.

Notes:
- The occupancy level is expressed as a percentage.
- An upper threshold value must be higher than the associated
lower threshold value, i.e. THRU=0, THRD>0 is not allowed.
- If no THRU value has been set, the corresponding THRF should
not be set to ALARM.
- The THRU values entered must be different.

n/o
n/
/o

n, o: new, old parameter value =

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 MOD AFILE- 1+


MOD AFILE

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a-b-c

a: THRESHOLD UPGRADE LIMIT LOW=


0...99, range of decimal numbers

Default: 0

b: THRESHOLD UPGRADE LIMIT MEDIUM=


0...99, range of decimal numbers

Default: 0

c: THRESHOLD UPGRADE LIMIT HIGH=


0...100, range of decimal numbers

Default: 0

THRD THRESHOLD DOWNGRADE

This parameter specifies the occupancy level at which the alarm


message (which was activated due to an exceeded occupancy level
of an archive file), is to be reset.

Notes:
- The occupancy level is expressed as a percentage.
- The command is rejected if an upper threshold value is below the
associated lower threshold value THRU=0, THRD>0.

n/o
n/
/o

n, o: new, old parameter value =

a-b-c

a: THRESHOLD DOWNGRADE LIMIT LOW=


0...99, range of decimal numbers

Default: 0

b: THRESHOLD DOWNGRADE LIMIT MEDIUM=


0...99, range of decimal numbers

Default: 0

c: THRESHOLD DOWNGRADE LIMIT HIGH=


0...100, range of decimal numbers

Default: 0

THRF THRESHOLD FEATURES

This parameter specifies whether the alarm which was activated by


the excessive occupancy level of an archive file is to be displayed
on the system panel.

n/o
n/
/o

n, o: new, old parameter value =

a-b-c

a: THRESHOLD FEATURE FOR UPGRADE LIMIT LOW


ALARM SYSTEM PANEL ALARM MESSAGE
NOALARM OUTPUT MESSAGE ONLY ON PRINTER

Default: NOALARM

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 MOD AFILE- 2+


MOD AFILE

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b: THRESHOLD FEATURE FOR UPGRADE LIMIT MEDIUM


ALARM SYSTEM PANEL ALARM MESSAGE
NOALARM OUTPUT MESSAGE ONLY ON PRINTER

Default: NOALARM

c: THRESHOLD FEATURE FOR UPGRADE LIMIT HIGH


ALARM SYSTEM PANEL ALARM MESSAGE
NOALARM OUTPUT MESSAGE ONLY ON PRINTER

Default: NOALARM

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 MOD AFILE- 3-


DISP ALARM

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DISPLAY ALARM STATUS

This command displays the current alarm status of objects.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DISP ALARM : [OBJECT=] [,ALSTAT=] [,ALPRIO=] [,RSUINF=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

OBJECT ALARM OBJECT

This parameter specifies the alarm object.

Note:
- If one parameter is omitted, all its values will be taken
into consideration.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

LTG LINE TRUNK GROUP


DLU DIGITAL LINE UNIT
SN SWITCHING NETWORK
MB MESSAGE BUFFER
CLOCK CENTRAL CLOCK GENERATOR
SYP SYSTEM PANEL
CCS COMMON CHANNEL SIGNALING
SIGLINK SIGNALING LINK
CU CENTRAL UNITS
LNLCKOUT LINE LOCKOUT
MAL MAINTENANCE ALARM
SAL SERVICE ALARM
TGAL TRUNK GROUP ALARM
TIMINSEC TIME INSECURE
SYOP CALL FOR SYSTEM OPERATOR
EALEXCH EXTERNAL EXCHANGE ALARM
EALDLU EXTERNAL DLU ALARM
OVLD OVERLOAD ALARM
RECOV RECOVERY ALARM
ADMINAL ADMINISTRATION ALARM
ATMF ATM FABRIC

ALSTAT ALARM STATUS

This parameter describes the fault clearance status of an


alarm condition. The processing code is a part of the alarm
file entry.

Note:
- If one parameter is omitted, all its values will be taken
into consideration.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

NP NOT PROCESSED
D DEFERRED
IP IN PROCESS
UR UNDER REPAIR

ALPRIO ALARM PRIORITY

This parameter specifies the alarm priority.

Note:
- If one parameter is omitted, all its values will be taken
into consideration.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP ALARM- 1+


DISP ALARM

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MINOR MINOR ALARM


MAJOR MAJOR ALARM
CRITICAL CRITICAL ALARM

RSUINF RSU INFORMATION

This parameter specifies, whether an extended output with


additional RSU information for RSU specific alarms is
requested.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

NO NO RSU INFORMATION DESIRED


N NO RSU INFORMATION DESIRED
YES RSU INFORMATION DESIRED
Y RSU INFORMATION DESIRED

Default: NO

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP ALARM- 2-


SRCH ALARM

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SEARCH ALARM MESSAGE

This command displays the alarm message. The information output is


organized according to the time at which the alarm occurred. Current
messages are displayed first.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 SRCH ALARM : <OBJECT= ,ALSTAT= ,ALPRIO= ,MSGNO=> [,TMNOUT=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

OBJECT ALARM OBJECT

This parameter specifies the alarm object.

Note:
- If one parameter is omitted, all its values will be taken
into consideration.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

LTG LINE TRUNK GROUP


DLU DIGITAL LINE UNIT
SN SWITCHING NETWORK
MB MESSAGE BUFFER
CLOCK CENTRAL CLOCK GENERATOR
SYP SYSTEM PANEL
CCS COMMON CHANNEL SIGNALING
SIGLINK SIGNALING LINK
CU CENTRAL UNITS
LNLCKOUT LINE LOCKOUT
MAL MAINTENANCE ALARM
SAL SERVICE ALARM
TGAL TRUNK GROUP ALARM
TIMINSEC TIME INSECURE
SYOP CALL FOR SYSTEM OPERATOR
EALEXCH EXTERNAL EXCHANGE ALARM
EALDLU EXTERNAL DLU ALARM
OVLD OVERLOAD ALARM
RECOV RECOVERY ALARM
ADMINAL ADMINISTRATION ALARM
ATMF ATM FABRIC

ALSTAT ALARM STATUS

This parameter describes the fault clearance status of an


alarm condition. The processing code is a part of the alarm
file entry.

Note:
- If one parameter is omitted, all its values will be taken
into consideration.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

NC NOT CLEARED
All alarms with NP, D, IP and UR
are displayed.
NP NOT PROCESSED
D DEFERRED
IP IN PROCESS
UR UNDER REPAIR

ALPRIO ALARM PRIORITY

This parameter specifies the target priority for alarm signaling.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 SRCH ALARM- 1+


SRCH ALARM

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MINOR MINOR ALARM


MAJOR MAJOR ALARM
CRITICAL CRITICAL ALARM

MSGNO MESSAGE NUMBER

This parameter specifies a 5-digit message number, which


corresponds to the entry number used in the alarm file
AM.ALARM.

Note:
- There is no relation to the entry numbers of the history
file HF.ARCHIVE !

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


a value-range by linking two values with &&.
Multiple values and/or ranges can be linked with &.

1...99999, range of decimal numbers

TMNOUT TMN SPECIFIC OUTPUT

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

NO EWSD STANDARD OUTPUT FORMAT


N EWSD STANDARD OUTPUT FORMAT
YES TMN SPECIFIC OUTPUT FORMAT
Y TMN SPECIFIC OUTPUT FORMAT

Default: NO

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 SRCH ALARM- 2-


ACT ALDISP

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ACTIVATE ALARM DISPLAY

This command cancels the present entries of the alarm display suppression
and sets the default values.

This command is normally logged.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 ACT ALDISP : WDCAT= ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

WDCAT WEEKDAY CATEGORY

This parameter specifies the weekday category for the alarm display
suppression.

The following values are possible:

- WO for workday.

- EH for half weekend day.


This means a portion of a day with the half weekend
day category ( any value between 1 to 24 hours ).

- EF for full weekend day.


This means the full day with 24 hours and with the full
weekend day category.

- HH for half holiday international. It means a day


with the half holiday category, which contains only a
portion of a day ( any value between 1 to 24 hours ).

- HO for full holiday international. It means a day


with the full holiday category, which has 24 hours.

- HN for full holiday national. It means a day with


the full holiday category, which has 24 hours.

International holidays are applicable for all countries.


National holidays are applicable only for one country.

The priority assignment for the individual weekday


categories is as follows:

HN > HO > HH > EF > EH > WO

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

WO WORKDAY
HH HOLIDAY HALF INTERNATIONAL
HO HOLIDAY FULL INTERNATIONAL
HN HOLIDAY FULL NATIONAL
EH HALF WEEKEND DAY
EF FULL WEEKEND DAY

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ACT ALDISP- 1-


DACT ALDISP

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DEACTIVATE ALARM DISPLAY

This command sets the parameters for the alarm display suppression.

Prerequisite:
- The command is rejected, if an entry already exists for
the specified weekday category.

This command is normally logged.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DACT ALDISP : ALPRIO= ,WDCAT= ,BEGTIM= ,ENDTIM= ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

ALPRIO ALARM PRIORITY

This parameter specifies the priorities for the alarm display


suppression.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

MINOR MINOR ALARM


display of minor alarms are suppressed
MAJOR MAJOR ALARM
display of minor and major alarms are suppressed

WDCAT WEEKDAY CATEGORY

This parameter specifies the weekday category for the alarm display
suppression.

The following values are possible:

- WO for workday.

- EH for half weekend day.


This means a portion of a day with the half weekend
day category ( any value between 1 to 24 hours ).

- EF for full weekend day.


This means the full day with 24 hours and with the full
weekend day category.

- HH for half holiday international. It means a day


with the half holiday category, which contains only a
portion of a day ( any value between 1 to 24 hours ).

- HO for full holiday international. It means a day


with the full holiday category, which has 24 hours.

- HN for full holiday national. It means a day with


the full holiday category, which has 24 hours.

International holidays are applicable for all countries.


National holidays are applicable only for one country.

The priority assignment for the individual weekday


categories is as follows:

HN > HO > HH > EF > EH > WO

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

WO WORKDAY
HH HOLIDAY HALF INTERNATIONAL
HO HOLIDAY FULL INTERNATIONAL
HN HOLIDAY FULL NATIONAL
EH HALF WEEKEND DAY

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DACT ALDISP- 1+


DACT ALDISP

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EF FULL WEEKEND DAY

BEGTIM BEGIN TIME

This parameter specifies the start time of the alarm display


suppression.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...24, range of decimal numbers

ENDTIM END TIME

This parameter specifies the end time of the alarm display


suppression.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...24, range of decimal numbers

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DACT ALDISP- 2-


DISP ALDISP

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DISPLAY ALARM DISPLAY

This command lists the parameters of alarm display suppression.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DISP ALDISP ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

none

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP ALDISP- 1-


CAN ALIAS

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CANCEL ALIAS NAME

This command has two functions:


- Cancel an alias name from the alias name table.
- Start the garbage treatment.

Which function has to be performed is indicated by the parameter given.

This command is normally logged.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 ( ) 1
1 1ALIAS= 1 1
1 CAN ALIAS : ZGARBAGE=Y ; 1
1 1 1 1
1 * + 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

ALIAS ALIAS FILE NAME

This parameter indicates that an alias name of a file shall be


cancelled.
The value of the parameter specifies the alias name to be cancelled.
After the execution of this command this file can just be accessed with
the file name.

Prerequisites:
- The alias name must exist.
- The file must not be in use by using the alias name.

Notes:
- The alias name has to be entered fully qualified.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...17 characters from the


symbolic name character set

GARBAGE GARBAGE TREATMENT

This parameter indicates that the user wants to start the garbage
treatment.
This command starts the garbage treatment to check the shadow catalog
whether there are existing alias names to files, that are not existing
anymore.
As long as the garbage treatment is running no other command to modify
the alias name table will be accepted.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

Y START GARBAGE TREATMENT


YES START GARBAGE TREATMENT

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CAN ALIAS- 1-


DISP ALIAS

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DISPLAY ALIAS FILE NAMES

This command displays a list of all existing alias names or a specified


subset of them.
The list contains the alias names and the file names which they are
related to.

Notes:
- If no parameter is given all alias names are displayed.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 X( )= 1
1 11ALIAS=11 1
1 DISP ALIAS : 1ZFILE= Y1 ; 1
1 11 11 1
1 >* +W 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

ALIAS ALIAS FILE NAME

This parameter specifies the alias name(s) that should be displayed.


The output list will be displayed sorted by the alias names.

Notes:
- If the parameter is not given or supplied with X, all existing alias
names with their relation to the file names are displayed.

- If the parameter is supplied with a partly qualified alias name


(indicated by a ’.’ as the last character) all matching alias names
with their relation to the file names are displayed.

- If the parameter is supplied with a fully qualified alias name then


the relation of this name to the original file name will be
displayed.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...17 characters from the


symbolic name character set

FILE FILE NAME

This parameter specifies the file name(s) with related alias names,
that should be displayed.
The output list will be displayed sorted by the file names.

Notes:
- If the parameter is supplied with X, all file names with their
related alias names are displayed (so far there are related alias
names).

- If the parameter is supplied with a partly qualified file name


(indicated by a ’.’ as the last character) all matching file names
with their related alias names are displayed.

- If the parameter is supplied with a fully qualified file name then


the related alias name to the original file name will be displayed.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...17 characters from the


symbolic name character set

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP ALIAS- 1-


ENTR ALIAS

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ENTER ALIAS FILE NAME

This command creates an alias name to an existing disk file.


Afterwards this file can be accessed either with the original file name or the
alias name.

Prerequisites:
- The file must exist.
- The file must not be a generation file.
- The alias name must not exist (neither as a file name nor as an alias name).
- The file must not yet have an alias name.
- The alias name must not be file name protected.

This command is normally logged.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 ENTR ALIAS : FILE= ,ALIAS= ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

FILE FILE NAME

This parameter specifies the name of an existing file.

Notes:
- The file name has to be entered fully qualified.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...17 characters from the


symbolic name character set

ALIAS ALIAS FILE NAME

This parameter specifies the alias name for the file.

Notes:
- The alias name has to be entered fully qualified.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...17 characters from the


symbolic name character set

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ENTR ALIAS- 1-


MOD ALIAS

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MODIFY ALIAS NAME

This command renames the alias name of disk files.


After the execution of this command the old alias name is no longer valid.
The file can only be accessed by using the original file name or the new
alias name.

Prerequisites:
- The old alias name must exist.
- The new alias name must not exist (neither as a file name nor as an alias
name).
- The new alias name must not be file name protected.
- The file must not be in use by using the old alias name.

This command is normally logged.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 MOD ALIAS : ALIAS= ,NEWALIAS= ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

ALIAS OLD ALIAS FILE NAME

This parameter specifies the old alias name that shall be renamed.

Notes:
- The old alias name has to be entered fully qualified.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...17 characters from the


symbolic name character set

NEWALIAS NEW ALIAS FILE NAME

This parameter specifies the new alias name.

Notes:
- The new alias name has to be entered fully qualified.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...17 characters from the


symbolic name character set

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 MOD ALIAS- 1-


DISP ALMODE

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

DISPLAY ALARM MODE

This command displays the current system panel alarm mode.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DISP ALMODE ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

none

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ENTR ALMODE

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

ENTER ALARM MODE

This command enters an alarm signaling mode on the system panel.

This command is normally logged.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 ENTR ALMODE : <STATUS= ,HLIM=> ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

STATUS STATUS

This parameter specifies the status for the output and


forwarding of alarms on the system panel display. The
characteristics assigned to a status are defined in the
system panel firmware.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

ALSTAT0 ALARM FORWARDING BLOCKED


ALSTAT1 ALARM STATUS 1
ALSTAT2 ALARM STATUS 2

HLIM LIMITATION OF HORN DURATION

This parameter specifies whether the horn time limit for the
system panel display is switched on.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

NO NO LIMITATION OF HORN DURATION


YES LIMITATION OF HORN DURATION

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P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ENTR ALMODE- 1-


CAN ALPER

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

CANCEL ALARM PERIOD

This command cancels the present entries of the periodic alarm status
report and sets the default values.

This command is normally logged.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 CAN ALPER : WDCAT= ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

WDCAT WEEKDAY CATEGORY

This parameter specifies the weekday category for the periodic alarm
status report.

The following values are possible:

- WO for workday.

- EH for half weekend day.


This means a portion of a day with the half weekend
day category ( any value between 1 to 24 hours ).

- EF for full weekend day.


This means the full day with 24 hours and with the full
weekend day category.

- HH for half holiday international. It means a day


with the half holiday category, which contains only a
portion of a day ( any value between 1 to 24 hours ).

- HO for full holiday international. It means a day


with the full holiday category, which has 24 hours.

- HN for full holiday national. It means a day with


the full holiday category, which has 24 hours.

International holidays are applicable for all countries.


National holidays are applicable only for one country.

The priority assignment for the individual weekday


categories is as follows:

HN > HO > HH > EF > EH > WO

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

WO WORKDAY
HH HOLIDAY HALF INTERNATIONAL
HO HOLIDAY FULL INTERNATIONAL
HN HOLIDAY FULL NATIONAL
EH HALF WEEKEND DAY
EF FULL WEEKEND DAY

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P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CAN ALPER- 1-


DISP ALPER

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

DISP ALARM PERIOD

This command displays all parameters of the periodic alarm status report.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DISP ALPER ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

none

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P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP ALPER- 1-


ENTR ALPER

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

ENTER ALARM PERIOD

This command sets the parameters for the periodic alarm status report.

Prerequisite:
- The command is rejected, if an entry already exists for the
specified weekday category.

This command is normally logged.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 ENTR ALPER : WDCAT= ,BEGTIM= ,ENDTIM= ,PERIOD= ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

WDCAT WEEKDAY CATEGORY

This parameter specifies the weekday category for the periodic alarm
status report.

The following values are possible:

- WO for workday.

- EH for half weekend day.


This means a portion of a day with the half weekend
day category ( any value between 1 to 24 hours ).

- EF for full weekend day.


This means the full day with 24 hours and with the full
weekend day category.

- HH for half holiday international. It means a day


with the half holiday category, which contains only a
portion of a day ( any value between 1 to 24 hours ).

- HO for full holiday international. It means a day


with the full holiday category, which has 24 hours.

- HN for full holiday national. It means a day with


the full holiday category, which has 24 hours.

International holidays are applicable for all countries.


National holidays are applicable only for one country.

The priority assignment for the individual weekday


categories is as follows:

HN > HO > HH > EF > EH > WO

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

WO WORKDAY
HH HOLIDAY HALF INTERNATIONAL
HO HOLIDAY FULL INTERNATIONAL
HN HOLIDAY FULL NATIONAL
EH HALF WEEKEND DAY
EF FULL WEEKEND DAY

BEGTIM BEGIN TIME

This parameter specifies the start time of the periodic alarm


status report.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...24, range of decimal numbers

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ENTR ALPER- 1+


ENTR ALPER

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

ENDTIM END TIME

This parameter specifies the end time of the periodic alarm


status report.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...24, range of decimal numbers

PERIOD PERIOD

This parameter specifies the period of the periodic alarm


status report, which can be only printed on the hour.
The value entered for the parameter PERIOD is the multiple of
an hour. Therefore, within the possible range, the shortest
period is an hour, the longest a day.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...24, range of decimal numbers

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P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ENTR ALPER- 2-


CAN ALPRIO
DLU
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

CANCEL ALARM PRIORITY

This command cancels the individual priorities of a specified alarm unit.

This command is normally logged.

THIS COMMAND HAS FOLLOWING INPUT FORMATS :

1. CAN ALPRIO - DLU DLU INDIVIDUAL PRIORITIES


2. CAN ALPRIO - LSNAM LSNAM INDIVIDUAL PRIORITIES

1. Input format

DLU INDIVIDUAL PRIORITIES

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 CAN ALPRIO : ALUNIT= ,DLU= ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

ALUNIT ALARM UNIT

This parameter specifies the alarm units with alarm unit individual
priorities.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

DLUC DIGITAL LINE UNIT CONTROL

DLU DIGITAL LINE UNIT NUMBER

Here the number of the affected DLU with individual alarm priorities
is specified in the three high-order positions (value range 1 to 255 ).
The lowest-order position must always be 0.
For a DLU Controller (DLUC) of a DLUG the alarm priority cannot be
administered by this command. Please use the commands:
MOD DLU or
MOD DLUEQ or
MOD DLUMOD
to administer the alarm profile.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

10...2550, range of decimal numbers

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CAN ALPRIO- 1+


CAN ALPRIO
LSNAM
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

2. Input format

LSNAM INDIVIDUAL PRIORITIES

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 CAN ALPRIO : ALUNIT= ,LSNAM= ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

ALUNIT ALARM UNIT

This parameter specifies the alarm units with alarm unit individual
priorities.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

CCSLS COMMON CHANNEL SIGN. LINK SET

LSNAM LINK SET NAME

This parameter specifies the affected linkset name with individual


alarm priority.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...12 characters from the


symbolic name character set

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P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CAN ALPRIO- 2-


DISP ALPRIO
DLU
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

DISPLAY ALARM PRIORITY

This command displays the priorities for alarm signaling which are
currently set in the system. All alarm priorities can be displayed.

THIS COMMAND HAS FOLLOWING INPUT FORMATS :

1. DISP ALPRIO - DLU DLU INDIVIDUAL PRIORITIES


2. DISP ALPRIO - GENERAL GENERAL PRIORITIES
3. DISP ALPRIO - LSNAM LSNAM INDIVIDUAL PRIORITIES

1. Input format

DLU INDIVIDUAL PRIORITIES

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DISP ALPRIO : ALUNIT= ,DLU= ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

ALUNIT ALARM UNIT

This parameter specifies the alarm units for alarm signaling.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

DLUC DIGITAL LINE UNIT CONTROL

DLU DIGITAL LINE UNIT NUMBER

Here the number of the affected DLU with individual alarm priorities
is specified in the three high-order positions (value range 1 to 255 ).
The lowest-order position must always be 0.
For a DLU Controller (DLUC) of a DLUG the alarm priority cannot be
administered by this command. Please use the commands:
DISP DLU or
DISP DLUEQ or
DISP DLUMOD
to administer the alarm profile.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

10...2550, range of decimal numbers

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP ALPRIO- 1+


DISP ALPRIO
GENERAL
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

2. Input format

GENERAL PRIORITIES

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DISP ALPRIO : [ALUNIT=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

ALUNIT ALARM UNIT

This parameter specifies the alarm units for alarm signaling.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

ACTGENDE DOUBLE ERROR ACTUAL GENERATION


ACTGENSE SINGLE ERROR ACTUAL GENERATION
ADMFIL1 ADMINISTRATION FILE ALARM 1
ADMFIL2 ADMINISTRATION FILE ALARM 2
ADMFIL3 ADMINISTRATION FILE ALARM 3
AIC AIR CIRCULATOR
AMP ATM BRIDGE PROCESSOR
ANNAL REC. ANNOUNCEMENT GROUP ALARM
BAP BASE PROCESSOR
BCMY BUS TO COMMON MEMORY
CALLID1 CALL IDENTIFICATION 1
CALLID2 CALL IDENTIFICATION 2
CALLID3 CALL IDENTIFICATION 3
CALLID4 CALL IDENTIFICATION 4
CAP CALL PROCESSOR
CCG CENTRAL CLOCK GENERATOR
CCNCCD CCNC CODE OR DATA
CCNCTD CCNC TRUNK DATA
CCNP COMMON CHANNEL NETW. PROCESSOR
CCNPLOLD CCNP LOCAL OVERLOAD
CCNPPAF PARTIAL FAILURE CCNP
CCSCOLS CCS COMMBINED LINK SET
CCSL COMMON CHANNEL SIGNALING LINK
CCSLNAC CCS LINK NAC
CCSLS CCS LINK SET
CCSLSNAC CCS LINK SET NAC
CCSLSNEX CCS LINK SET NAC EXCEPTION
CCSTGAL CCS TRUNK GROUP ALARM
CDBUS CD-BUS FAILURE
CITERA COMMAND INTERFACE FOR TERADYNE
CMY COMMON MEMORY
CPACC UNAUTHORIZED CP-ACCESS
CR CODE RECEIVER
CSC CENTRAL SERVICE CHANNEL
CYCFIL1 CYCLIC FILE ALARM 1
CYCFIL2 CYCLIC FILE ALARM 2
CYCFIL3 CYCLIC FILE ALARM 3
DCC DIRECT CURRENT CONVERTER
DFILFAIL DOUBLE FILE FAILURE
DIU DIGITAL INTERFACE UNIT
DLUC DIGITAL LINE UNIT CONTROL
ECSL EMERGENCY CALL STATION LINE
ECSM EMERGENCY CALL STATION MODULE
FISPARES NO SPARE SECT. FOR DOUBLE FILE
ICHAN INTERNET CHANNEL
IOC INPUT OUTPUT CONTROL
IOPAUC IOP AUTHENTICATION CENTER
IOPLAU IOP LINK ADAPTION UNIT
IOPMB IOP MESSAGE BUFFER
IOPMDD IOP MAGNETIC DISK DEVICE
IOPMTD IOP MAGNETIC TAPE DEVICE
IOPSCDV IOP SERIAL DATA COMMUN. DEV. V
IOPSCDX IOP SERIAL DATA COMMUN. DEV. X
IOPTA IOP TIME/ALARM
IOPUNI IOP UNIFIED FOR O&M DEVICES
ISTART CP INITIAL START RECOVERY
ISTART2G CP ISTART + FALLBACK OLD. GEN.
LAU LINK ADAPTION UNIT

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP ALPRIO- 2+


DISP ALPRIO
GENERAL
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

LTG LINE TRUNK GROUP


LTGCEN LTG CENTRAL FAILURE
LTGLOLD LTG LOCAL OVERLOAD
LTGPAF LTG PARTIAL FAILURE
MB MESSAGE BUFFER
This parameter is only valid for DE3.
MBUL MESSAGE BUFFER UNIT LTG
This parameter is only valid for DE4 and DE5.
MBUS MESSAGE BUFFER UNIT SGC
This parameter is only valid for DE4 and DE5.
MDD MAGNETIC DISK DEVICE
MOD MAGNETO OPTICAL DISK DEVICE
MTACC METALLIC TEST ACCESS ERROR
MTD MAGNETIC TAPE DEVICE
MUXM MULTIPLEXER
MUXMFAIL MULTIPLEXER FAILURE
NODEISO LOCAL NODE ISOLATION
NSTART CP NEW START RECOVERY
OMT OPERATION/MAINTENANCE TERMINAL
PBX PRIVATE BRANCH EXCHANGE
PCHANNUC P-CHANNEL NUC FAILURE
PCHANS P-CHANNEL SWITCHED FAILURE
PCMMAL PCM MAINTENANCE ALARM
PCMSAL PCM SERVICE ALARM
RAE RECORDED ANNOUNCEMENT EQUIPM.
RCI RADIO CLOCK INTERFACE
RCULINK REMOTE CONTROL UNIT LINK
RGMG RING-/METER GENERATOR FOR DLU
RSUAMUX RSU ACCESS MULTIPLEXER
RSUBASE RSU BASE UNITS
RSUDIU RSU DIGITAL INTERFACE UNIT
RSUISO RSU ISOLATION
RSUMAL RSU MAINTENANCE ALARM
RSUMH RSU MESSAGE HANDLER
RSUSAL RSU SERVICE ALARM
SAVGENE SAVE GENERATION ERROR
SCGROUP SOFTWARE CARRIER GROUP ALARM
SILT SIGNALING DATA LINK TERMINAL
SILTC SILT CONTROL
SLM SUBSCRIBER LINE MODULE
SN SWITCHING NETWORK
This parameter is only valid for DE3 and DE4.
SSG SPACE STAGE GROUP
This parameter is only valid for DE5.
SUB SUBSCRIBER
SYPC SYSTEM PANEL CONTROL
SYSOP SYSTEM OPERATOR
SYSOVLD SYSTEM OVERLOAD
TGAL TRUNK GROUP ALARM
TIMINCOR TIME INCORRECT
TIMINSEC TIME INSECURE
TRUNKHD TRUNK HELD
TSG TIME STAGE GROUP
This parameter is only valid for DE5.
UNSPARES NO SPARE SECT. F. UNUSED SPACE
VOCAFAIL VOLUME/CATALOG FAILURE
VSDDISK VSD DISK FAILURE
VSDNSTRT VSD NSTART ALARM
VSDODAG VSD ODAGEN ALARM
VSDRLINK VSD RELINK ALARM
VSDTOTAL VSD TOTAL FAILURE
X25LINK BX.25 LINK

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP ALPRIO- 3+


DISP ALPRIO
LSNAM
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

3. Input format

LSNAM INDIVIDUAL PRIORITIES

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DISP ALPRIO : ALUNIT= ,LSNAM= ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

ALUNIT ALARM UNIT

This parameter specifies the alarm units for alarm signaling.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

CCSLS CCS LINK SET

LSNAM LINK SET NAME

This parameter specifies the affected linkset name with individual


alarm priority.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...12 characters from the


symbolic name character set

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P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP ALPRIO- 4-


ENTR ALPRIO
DLU
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

ENTER ALARM PRIORITY

This command modifies the priorities for alarm signaling which are
currently set in the system.

- Units which are in MBL or CBL are displayed on the system panel
by a HARDWARE UNITS lamp.
This display cannot be changed with this command.
Nor can the displays for the advisory messages CAT1, CAT2, TGBL,
SIGLBL and ALDSUP be changed with this command.

- Procedures to determine an operational restriction are implemented


for some alarm units. If one of these procedures finds an operational
restriction for the unit with alarm condition, the alarm priority is
raised to CRITICAL. This alarm priority cannot be changed with this
command.

- DLU failures are displayed on the system panel with the double LED
for the line/trunk group. The lamp for remote equipment (under the
the line/trunk group lamp) also lights up. The lamp display for
remote equipment cannot be changed with this command.

- System panel failures trigger an alarm on the double LED. The alarm
priority for this lamp (at present CRITICAL) is determined in the
system panel firmware. However, the priority for this alarm can be
changed for other alarm units (system status displays, output messages,
critical indicator channel to SCC) with this command.

Prerequisite:
- The priorities for external exchange alarms are part of the SYPC firm-
ware.

- If the system panel has only one LED for a particular alarm, ALPRIO
cannot be set to CRITICAL because this requires 2 LEDs.

- The use of the command only makes sense, if there is no active alarm
of the specified ALUNIT, because different priorities of active alarm
and new alarm with modified alarm priority lead to different alarm
signaling.

This command is normally logged.

THIS COMMAND HAS FOLLOWING INPUT FORMATS :

1. ENTR ALPRIO - DLU DLU INDIVIDUAL PRIORITIES


2. ENTR ALPRIO - GENERAL GENERAL PRIORITIES
3. ENTR ALPRIO - LSNAM LSNAM INDIVIDUAL PRIORITIES

1. Input format

DLU INDIVIDUAL PRIORITIES

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 ENTR ALPRIO : ALUNIT= ,DLU= ,ALPRIO= [,SDG=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

ALUNIT ALARM UNIT

This parameter specifies the alarm units for alarm signaling.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

DLUC DIGITAL LINE UNIT CONTROL

DLU DIGITAL LINE UNIT NUMBER

Here the number of the affected DLU with individual alarm priorities
is specified in the three high-order positions (value range 1 to 255 ).
The lowest-order position must always be 0.
For a DLU Controller (DLUC) of a DLUG the alarm priority cannot be

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ENTR ALPRIO- 1+


ENTR ALPRIO
DLU
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

administered by this command. Please use the commands:


CR DLU/MOD DLU or
CR DLUEQ/MOD DLUEQ or
CR DLUMOD/MOD DLUMOD
to administer the alarm profile.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

10...2550, range of decimal numbers

ALPRIO ALARM PRIORITY

This parameter specifies the target priority for alarm signaling.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

CRITICAL CRITICAL ALARM


MAJOR MAJOR ALARM
MINOR MINOR ALARM

SDG SERVICE DEGRADATION

This parameter defines the check of service degradation condition.

Default: no affect on database

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

NO NO SERVICE DEGRADATION DESIRED


YES SERVICE DEGRADATION DESIRED

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ENTR ALPRIO- 2+


ENTR ALPRIO
GENERAL
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

2. Input format

GENERAL PRIORITIES

Prerequisite:
The command is rejected if no service degradation condition is defined
for the specified ALUNIT.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 ENTR ALPRIO : ALUNIT= ,ALPRIO= [,SDG=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

ALUNIT ALARM UNIT

This parameter specifies the alarm units for alarm signaling.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

ACTGENDE DOUBLE ERROR ACTUAL GENERATION


ACTGENSE SINGLE ERROR ACTUAL GENERATION
ADMFIL1 ADMINISTRATION FILE ALARM 1
ADMFIL2 ADMINISTRATION FILE ALARM 2
ADMFIL3 ADMINISTRATION FILE ALARM 3
AIC AIR CIRCULATOR
AMP ATM BRIDGE PROCESSOR
ANNAL REC. ANNOUNCEMENT GROUP ALARM
BAP BASE PROCESSOR
BCMY BUS TO COMMON MEMORY
CALLID1 CALL IDENTIFICATION 1
CALLID2 CALL IDENTIFICATION 2
CALLID3 CALL IDENTIFICATION 3
CALLID4 CALL IDENTIFICATION 4
CAP CALL PROCESSOR
CCG CENTRAL CLOCK GENERATOR
CCNCCD CCNC CODE OR DATA
CCNCTD CCNC TRUNK DATA
CCNP COMMON CHANNEL NETW. PROCESSOR
CCNPLOLD CCNP LOCAL OVERLOAD
CCNPPAF PARTIAL FAILURE CCNP
CCSCOLS CCS COMMBINED LINK SET
CCSL COMMON CHANNEL SIGNALING LINK
CCSLNAC CCS LINK NAC
CCSLS CCS LINK SET
CCSLSNAC CCS LINK SET NAC
CCSLSNEX CCS LINK SET NAC EXCEPTION
CCSTGAL CCS TRUNK GROUP ALARM
CDBUS CD-BUS FAILURE
CITERA COMMAND INTERFACE FOR TERADYNE
CMY COMMON MEMORY
CPACC UNAUTHORIZED CP-ACCESS
CR CODE RECEIVER
CSC CENTRAL SERVICE CHANNEL
CYCFIL1 CYCLIC FILE ALARM 1
CYCFIL2 CYCLIC FILE ALARM 2
CYCFIL3 CYCLIC FILE ALARM 3
DCC DIRECT CURRENT CONVERTER
DFILFAIL DOUBLE FILE FAILURE
DIU DIGITAL INTERFACE UNIT
DLUC DIGITAL LINE UNIT CONTROL
ECSL EMERGENCY CALL STATION LINE
ECSM EMERGENCY CALL STATION MODULE
FISPARES NO SPARE SECT. FOR DOUBLE FILE
ICHAN INTERNET CHANNEL
IOC INPUT OUTPUT CONTROL
IOPAUC IOP AUTHENTICATION CENTER
IOPLAU IOP LINK ADAPTION UNIT
IOPMB IOP MESSAGE BUFFER
IOPMDD IOP MAGNETIC DISK DEVICE
IOPMTD IOP MAGNETIC TAPE DEVICE
IOPSCDV IOP SERIAL DATA COMMUN. DEV. V
IOPSCDX IOP SERIAL DATA COMMUN. DEV. X
IOPTA IOP TIME/ALARM
IOPUNI IOP UNIFIED FOR O&M DEVICES

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ENTR ALPRIO- 3+


ENTR ALPRIO
GENERAL
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

ISTART CP INITIAL START RECOVERY


ISTART2G CP ISTART + FALLBACK OLD. GEN.
LAU LINK ADAPTION UNIT
LTG LINE TRUNK GROUP
LTGCEN LTG CENTRAL FAILURE
LTGLOLD LTG LOCAL OVERLOAD
LTGPAF LTG PARTIAL FAILURE
MB MESSAGE BUFFER
This parameter is only valid for DE3.
MBUL MESSAGE BUFFER UNIT LTG
This parameter is only valid for DE4 and DE5.
MBUS MESSAGE BUFFER UNIT SGC
This parameter is only valid for DE4 and DE5.
MDD MAGNETIC DISK DEVICE
MOD MAGNETO OPTICAL DISK DEVICE
MTACC METALLIC TEST ACCESS ERROR
MTD MAGNETIC TAPE DEVICE
MUXM MULTIPLEXER
MUXMFAIL MULTIPLEXER FAILURE
NODEISO LOCAL NODE ISOLATION
NSTART CP NEW START RECOVERY
OMT OPERATION/MAINTENANCE TERMINAL
PBX PRIVATE BRANCH EXCHANGE
PCHANNUC P-CHANNEL NUC FAILURE
PCHANS P-CHANNEL SWITCHED FAILURE
PCMMAL PCM MAINTENANCE ALARM
PCMSAL PCM SERVICE ALARM
RAE RECORDED ANNOUNCEMENT EQUIPM.
RCI RADIO CLOCK INTERFACE
RCULINK REMOTE CONTROL UNIT LINK
RGMG RING-/METER GENERATOR FOR DLU
RSUAMUX RSU ACCESS MULTIPLEXER
RSUBASE RSU BASE UNITS
RSUDIU RSU DIGITAL INTERFACE UNIT
RSUISO RSU ISOLATION
RSUMAL RSU MAINTENANCE ALARM
RSUMH RSU MESSAGE HANDLER
RSUSAL RSU SERVICE ALARM
SAVGENE SAVE GENERATION ERROR
SCGROUP SOFTWARE CARRIER GROUP ALARM
SILT SIGNALING DATA LINK TERMINAL
SILTC SILT CONTROL
SLM SUBSCRIBER LINE MODULE
SN SWITCHING NETWORK
This parameter is only valid for DE3 and DE4.
SSG SPACE STAGE GROUP
This parameter is only valid for DE5.
SUB SUBSCRIBER
SYPC SYSTEM PANEL CONTROL
SYSOP SYSTEM OPERATOR
SYSOVLD SYSTEM OVERLOAD
TGAL TRUNK GROUP ALARM
TIMINCOR TIME INCORRECT
TIMINSEC TIME INSECURE
TRUNKHD TRUNK HELD
TSG TIME STAGE GROUP
This parameter is only valid for DE5.
UNSPARES NO SPARE SECT. F. UNUSED SPACE
VOCAFAIL VOLUME/CATALOG FAILURE
VSDDISK VSD DISK FAILURE
VSDNSTRT VSD NSTART ALARM
VSDODAG VSD ODAGEN ALARM
VSDRLINK VSD RELINK ALARM
VSDTOTAL VSD TOTAL FAILURE
X25LINK BX.25 LINK

ALPRIO ALARM PRIORITY

This parameter specifies the target priority for alarm signaling.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

CRITICAL CRITICAL ALARM


MAJOR MAJOR ALARM
MINOR MINOR ALARM

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ENTR ALPRIO- 4+


ENTR ALPRIO
GENERAL
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SDG SERVICE DEGRADATION

This parameter defines the check of service degradation condition.

Default: no affect on database

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

NO NO SERVICE DEGRADATION DESIRED


YES SERVICE DEGRADATION DESIRED

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ENTR ALPRIO- 5+


ENTR ALPRIO
LSNAM
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3. Input format

LSNAM INDIVIDUAL PRIORITIES

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 ENTR ALPRIO : ALUNIT= ,LSNAM= ,ALPRIO= ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

ALUNIT ALARM UNIT

This parameter specifies the alarm units for alarm signaling.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

CCSLS CCS LINK SET

LSNAM LINK SET NAME

This parameter specifies the affected linkset name with individual


alarm priority.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...12 characters from the


symbolic name character set

ALPRIO ALARM PRIORITY

This parameter specifies the target priority for alarm signaling.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

CRITICAL CRITICAL ALARM


MAJOR MAJOR ALARM
MINOR MINOR ALARM

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ENTR ALPRIO- 6-


DISP ALPROF

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

DISPLAY ALARM PROFILE

This command displays


- all alarm profiles for alarm signaling which are currently set in the
system;
- the assignment of alarm priorities ( non-degrading and degrading ) to
the existing probable causes for a specified alarm profile identifica-
tion.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DISP ALPROF : ALPROF= [,FORMAT=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

ALPROF ALARM PROFILE IDENTIFICATION

This parameter specifies the alarm profile identification for


alarm signaling.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...8 characters from the


symbolic name character set

FORMAT FORMAT OF OUTPUT

This parameter specifies the output format.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

CONTENTS CONTENTS OF ALARM PROFILE


SUMMARY SUMMARY OF EXISTING PROFILES

Default: SUMMARY

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP ALPROF- 1-


SET ALSTAT

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

SET ALARM STATUS

This command sets the processing code which describes the current status
of fault clearance in the alarm file stored for each alarm.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 SET ALSTAT : MSGNO= ,ALSTAT= ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

MSGNO MESSAGE NUMBER

This parameter specifies a 5-digit message number, which


corresponds to the entry number used in the alarm file
AM.ALARM.

Note:
- There is no relation to the entry numbers of the history
file HF.ARCHIVE !

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...99999, range of decimal numbers

ALSTAT ALARM STATUS

This parameter describes the fault clearance status of an


alarm condition. The processing code is a part of the alarm
file entry.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

D DEFERRED
The command is rejected, if the corres-
ponding object instance is UR.
IP IN PROCESS
The command is rejected, if the corres-
ponding object instance is UR.
C CLEARED
This value applies for
- System operator alarms (SYOP)
- Administration alarms (ADMINAL)
Exception: Alarms with alarm class THRES
- Recovery alarms (RECOV )
- Time insecure alarms (TIMINSEC)
with alarm unit/class TIMINCOR.

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 SET ALSTAT- 1-


CAN ALTEXT

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CANCEL ALARM TEXT

This command cancels an existing alarm text.

Prerequisite:
- The cancellation job is only executed if the alarm text in
question is not assigned to an external alarm circuit.

This command is normally logged.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 CAN ALTEXT : TEXTNO= ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

TEXTNO TEXT NUMBER

This parameter specifies the number assigned to an alarm text.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...40, range of decimal numbers

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CAN ALTEXT- 1-


DISP ALTEXT

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

DISPLAY ALARM TEXT

This command displays the alarm texts assigned to a number.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DISP ALTEXT : TEXTNO= ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

TEXTNO TEXT NUMBER

This parameter specifies the alarm text number.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...40, range of decimal numbers

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP ALTEXT- 1-


ENTR ALTEXT

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

ENTER ALARM TEXT

This command enters an alarm text and assigns a text number to it.

Prerequisite:
- The command is rejected, if a text already exists under
this number.

This command is normally logged.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 ENTR ALTEXT : TEXTNO= ,TEXT= ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

TEXTNO TEXT NUMBER

This parameter specifies the alarm text number.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...40, range of decimal numbers

TEXT TEXT

This parameter consists of a text (freely definable).

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...30 characters from the


text string character set, enclosed in "

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ENTR ALTEXT- 1-


DISP AMA

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

DISPLAY AMA DATA

This command displays AMA records of a subscriber which are stored in


an AMA file on disk or on magnetic tape/optical disk (created with
TRANS FILE).Only the AMA records with a fixed format length of
32 or 64 byte can be displayed with this command.

This command may start a long-running job. It can be stopped with STOP JOB: JN=
<job number>.

This command allows multiple starts.

This command is only permitted for a local exchange.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DISP AMA : DN= [,VSN=] [,BEGDATE=] [,BEGTIME=] [,ENDDATE=] 1
1 1
1 [,ENDTIME=] [,FILE=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

DN DIRECTORY NUMBER

This parameter specifies the directory number of the subscriber for


which the AMA record was made (inclusive areacode but without
discrimination digits).

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...24 digit hexadecimal number where B is


interchangeable with * and C is interchangeable with #

VSN VOLUME SERIAL NUMBER

This parameter specifies the volume serial number of the


tape/optical disk.
Notes:
If this parameter is not entered,the file is assumed to be on disk.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 characters from the


symbolic name character set

BEGDATE BEGIN DATE

This parameter specifies the begin date of the display interval.

Notes:
- This parameter can be used in combination with BEGTIME.
Default value of parameters BEGDATE,BEGTIME:
BEGDATE BEGTIME LOWER LIMIT OF DISPLAY INTERVAL
- - no lower limit
- x (today,BEGTIME)
x - (BEGDATE,00:00:00)
x x (BEGDATE,BEGTIME).

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a-b-c

a: YEAR OF BEGIN DATE=


0...99, range of decimal numbers

b: MONTH OF BEGIN DATE=


1...12, range of decimal numbers

c: DAY OF BEGIN DATE=


1...31, range of decimal numbers

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP AMA- 1+


DISP AMA

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

BEGTIME BEGIN TIME

This parameter specifies the begin time of the display interval.

Notes:
- This parameter can be used in combination with BEGDATE.
Default value of parameters BEGDATE,BEGTIME:
BEGDATE BEGTIME LOWER LIMIT OF DISPLAY INTERVAL
- - no lower limit
- x (today,BEGTIME)
x - (BEGDATE,00:00:00)
x x (BEGDATE,BEGTIME).

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a-b-c

a: HOURS OF BEGIN TIME=


0...23, range of decimal numbers

b: MINUTES OF BEGIN TIME=


0...59, range of decimal numbers

c: SECONDS OF BEGIN TIME=


0...59, range of decimal numbers

ENDDATE END DATE

This parameter specifies the end date of the display interval.

Notes:
- This parameter can be used in combination with ENDTIME.
Default value of parameters ENDDATE,ENDTIME:
ENDDATE ENDTIME UPPER LIMIT OF DISPLAY INTERVAL
- - no upper limit
- x (today,ENDTIME)
x - (ENDDATE,23:59:59)
x x (ENDDATE,ENDTIME).

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a-b-c

a: YEAR OF END DATE=


0...99, range of decimal numbers

b: MONTH OF END DATE=


1...12, range of decimal numbers

c: DAY OF END DATE=


1...31, range of decimal numbers

ENDTIME END TIME

This parameter specifies the end time of the display interval.

Notes:
- This parameter can be used in combination with ENDDATE.
Default value of parameters ENDDATE,ENDTIME:
ENDDATE ENDTIME UPPER LIMIT OF DISPLAY INTERVAL
- - no upper limit
- x (today,ENDTIME)
x - (ENDDATE,23:59:59)
x x (ENDDATE,ENDTIME).

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a-b-c

a: HOURS OF END TIME=


0...23, range of decimal numbers

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP AMA- 2+


DISP AMA

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

b: MINUTES OF END TIME=


0...59, range of decimal numbers

c: SECONDS OF END TIME=


0...59, range of decimal numbers

FILE FILE NAME

This parameter specifies the name of the file on tape/optical


disk or on disk.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...17 characters from the


symbolic name character set

Default: IA.ICAMA

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP AMA- 3-


CAN AMP

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

CANCEL ATM BRIDGE PROCESSOR

This command cancels a pair of ATM bridge processors.


Prerequisites:
- Both ATM bridge processors must be PLA. Note that the configuration
of the last AMP of a pair from ACT to MBL is only executed when
the redundant AMP is already PLA.
- The ATM bridge must be cancelled first.

This command is normally logged.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 CAN AMP : AMP= ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

AMP ATM BRIDGE PROCESSOR

This parameter specifies one of the ATM bridge processors to be


cancelled.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...5, range of decimal numbers

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CAN AMP- 1-


COM AMP

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

COMMUTE ATM BRIDGE PROCESSOR

This command commutes the working states (working / spare) of one or


more pairs of ATM bridge processors.

Possible Effects:
- During the execution of this command simultaneously to high
traffic-load a minimal loss of messages is possible.

Caution: The execution of this command may compromise the regular operation of
the exchange!

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 COM AMP : AMP= ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

AMP ATM BRIDGE PROCESSOR

This parameter specifies the pairs of ATM bridge processors whoes


working state have to be commuted.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

0...5, range of decimal numbers

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 COM AMP- 1-


CONF AMP

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

CONFIGURE ATM BRIDGE PROCESSOR

This command configures an ATM bridge processor.

Possible Effects:
- During the execution of this command simultaneously to high
traffic-load a minimal loss of messages is possible.

Notes:
- The configuration from ACT to MBL and the configuration from
MBL or UNA to ACT is considered dangerous.
A dialog mask is output. The operating personal determines by
entering ’+’ or ’-’ whether the command is to be executed.

This command may start a long-running job. It can be stopped with STOP JOB: JN=
<job number>.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 CONF AMP : AMP= ,OST= [,DIAG=] [,SUP=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

AMP ATM BRIDGE PROCESSOR

This parameter specifies the ATM bridge processor to be configured.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...5, range of decimal numbers

OST OPERATING STATE

This parameter specifies the target operating state.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

ACT ACTIVE
MBL MAINTENANCE BLOCKED
PLA PLANNED

DIAG DIAGNOSIS

This parameter allows diagnosis before configuration to ACT.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

N CONFIGURE WITHOUT DIAGNOSIS


NO CONFIGURE WITHOUT DIAGNOSIS
Y CONFIGURE WITH DIAGNOSIS
YES CONFIGURE WITH DIAGNOSIS

Default: YES

SUP SUPPRESS PROGRESS MESSAGES

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

N DISPLAY PROGRESS MESSAGES


NO DISPLAY PROGRESS MESSAGES
Y SUPPRESS PROGRESS MESSAGES
YES SUPPRESS PROGRESS MESSAGES

Default: YES

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CONF AMP- 1-


CR AMP

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

CREATE ATM BRIDGE PROCESSOR

This command creates a pair of ATM bridge processors (AMP-0/1, AMP-2/3


or AMP-4/5). The created ATM bridge processors are in the operating
state PLA after the command is executed.

This command is normally logged.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 CR AMP : AMP= ,PBI= ,AMPR= ,PBIR= ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

AMP ATM BRIDGE PROCESSOR

This parameter specifies the ATM bridge processor to be created.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...5, range of decimal numbers

PBI PHYSICAL BUS INTERFACE NUMBER

This parameter specifies the physical bus interface number of the


ATM bridge processor.
Notes:
- The physical bus interface number depends on the mounting location
of the ATM bridge processor specified by parameter AMP.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

4...15, range of decimal numbers

AMPR REDUNDANT ATM BRIDGE PROCESSOR

This parameter specifies the redundant ATM bridge processor to be


created.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...5, range of decimal numbers

PBIR PBI OF REDUNDANT AMP

This parameter specifies the physical bus interface number of the


redundant ATM bridge processor.
Notes:
- The physical bus interface number depends on the mounting location
of the redundant ATM bridge processor specified by parameter AMPR.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

4...15, range of decimal numbers

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CR AMP- 1-
DIAG AMP
DIAG
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DIAGNOSE ATM BRIDGE PROCESSOR

This command initiates single, repeated or permanent diagnostic runs


for an ATM bridge processor.

Prerequisites:
- The ATM bridge processor must be MBL.

Caution: The execution of this command may compromise the regular operation of
the exchange!

This command may start a long-running job. It can be stopped with STOP JOB: JN=
<job number>.

THIS COMMAND HAS FOLLOWING INPUT FORMATS :

1. DIAG AMP - DIAG SINGLE DIAGNOSIS


2. DIAG AMP - REPDIAG REPEATED DIAGNOSIS

1. Input format

SINGLE DIAGNOSIS

This input initiates a single diagnosis for an ATM bridge processor.


The diagnosis includes a BCMY interface test.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DIAG AMP : AMP= [,SUP=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

AMP ATM BRIDGE PROCESSOR

This parameter specifies the ATM bridge processor to be diagnosed.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...5, range of decimal numbers

SUP SUPPRESS PROGRESS MESSAGES

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

N DISPLAY PROGRESS MESSAGES


NO DISPLAY PROGRESS MESSAGES
Y SUPPRESS PROGRESS MESSAGES
YES SUPPRESS PROGRESS MESSAGES

Default: YES

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DIAG AMP- 1+


DIAG AMP
REPDIAG
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2. Input format

REPEATED DIAGNOSIS

This input initiates a repeated or permanent diagnosis for an ATM bridge


processor. The diagnosis does not include a BCMY interface test.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DIAG AMP : AMP= ,REP= [,INT=] [,STATCS=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

AMP ATM BRIDGE PROCESSOR

This parameter specifies the ATM bridge processor to be diagnosed.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...5, range of decimal numbers

REP REPEAT

This parameter specifies the number of diagnostic runs.


Valid values are :
2...65535 for repeated diagnosis
PERM for permanent diagnosis with unlimited number
of runs (termination with command STOP JOB)

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...5 characters from the


symbolic name character set

INT INTERRUPT DIAGNOSTIC CYCLE

This parameter specifies that a repeated or permanent diagnosis is


interrupted as soon as a fault is detected.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

N CONTINUE IN CASE OF FAULT


NO CONTINUE IN CASE OF FAULT
Y TERMINATE IN CASE OF FAULT
YES TERMINATE IN CASE OF FAULT

Default: NO

STATCS OUTPUT OF STATISTICS

This parameter specifies the interval between statistic outputs


in minutes.

Notes:
- Statistic output can also be requested with the DISP DIAGSTAT
command.

Standard Behavior: no statistic output

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...60, range of decimal numbers

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DIAG AMP- 2-


DISP AMP

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

DISPLAY ATM BRIDGE PROCESSOR

This command displays all ATM bridge processors with their physical bus
interface number and working state (working / spare).

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DISP AMP ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

none

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP AMP- 1-


TEST AMP

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

TEST ATM BRIDGE PROCESSOR

This command tests an ATM bridge processor.

Prerequisites:
- The AMP and the redundant AMP must be ACT.

Possible Effects:
- During the execution of this command simultaneously to high
traffic-load a minimal loss of messages is possible.

Caution: The execution of this command may compromise the regular operation of
the exchange!

This command may start a long-running job. It can be stopped with STOP JOB: JN=
<job number>.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 TEST AMP : [AMP=] [,SUP=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

AMP ATM BRIDGE PROCESSOR

This parameter specifies the ATM bridge processor to be tested.

Standard Behavior: all active ATM bridge processors are tested

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...5, range of decimal numbers

SUP SUPPRESS PROGRESS MESSAGES

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

N DISPLAY PROGRESS MESSAGES


NO DISPLAY PROGRESS MESSAGES
Y SUPPRESS PROGRESS MESSAGES
YES SUPPRESS PROGRESS MESSAGES

Default: YES

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 TEST AMP- 1-


CAN ANELEM
ANELEMPA
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

CANCEL ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT

This command cancels announcement elements of the types


INDAS phrase, INDAS word, INDAS standard announcement, and INDAS pause.

Prerequisites:
- The INDAS document related to the OCANEQ variant must be available.

Notes:
- The cancelation of announcement elements is considered
dangerous because this request may remove announcements for
call processing.
A dialog mask is output. The operating personnel is requested
to determine whether the command is to be executed or not by
entering ’+’ or ’-’.
- If the last announcement element for the specified OCANEQ variant
is canceled, the OCANEQ variant will be removed implicitly,
provided that the related UI database is empty and no LTG
exists for which this OCANEQ variant is entered.

This command is normally logged.

THIS COMMAND HAS FOLLOWING INPUT FORMATS :

1. CAN ANELEM - ANELEMPA ANELEM INDAS PAUSE


2. CAN ANELEM - ANELEMPH ANELEM INDAS PHRASE
3. CAN ANELEM - ANELEMST ANELEM INDAS STD. ANN.
4. CAN ANELEM - ANELEMWO ANELEM INDAS WORD

1. Input format

ANELEM INDAS PAUSE

This input format cancels the links between


INDAS pauses and OCANEQ text fragment numbers.

Up to 4 INDAS pauses can be linked.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 CAN ANELEM : OCAVAR= ,ANELEM= Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

OCAVAR OCANEQ VARIANT

This parameter specifies the OCANEQ variant. It is used to identify


the content of text fragments stored in OCANEQ.
The first character must be a letter, the subsequent characters must
be decimal numbers in the range 0...9.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

4 characters from the


symbolic name character set

ANELEM ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

PAUSEALL ANELEM ALL INDAS PAUSE


All INDAS pauses.
This value is not allowed to be linked
with other values.
PAUSEEND ANELEM INDAS PAUSE END
Pause after the end of each announcement cycle.
PAUSELA ANELEM INDAS PAUSE LANGUAGE
Pause between two different languages of
an announcement.
PAUSEPH ANELEM INDAS PAUSE PHRASE

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CAN ANELEM
ANELEMPA
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

Pause between two phrases of an announcement.


PAUSEST ANELEM INDAS PAUSE START
Pause before the start of each announcement
cycle.

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CAN ANELEM
ANELEMPH
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

2. Input format

ANELEM INDAS PHRASE

This input format cancels the links between


INDAS phrase and INDAS phrase definition.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 CAN ANELEM : OCAVAR= ,ANELEM= ,LANGUAGE= Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

OCAVAR OCANEQ VARIANT

This parameter specifies the OCANEQ variant. It is used to identify


the content of text fragments stored in OCANEQ.
The first character must be a letter, the subsequent characters must
be decimal numbers in the range 0...9.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

4 characters from the


symbolic name character set

ANELEM ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a-b

a: TYPE OF ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT


PHRASE ANELEM INDAS PHRASE

b: ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT NUMBER=


1-1023, range of decimal numbers

This unit specifies the number range of


the announcement elements to be canceled.
The number range follows from the INDAS
document related to the OCANEQ variant.

LANGUAGE RELATIVE LANGUAGE OF ANN.ELEM.

This parameter specifies one of up to four official languages


for the announcement elements.

Notes :
- The reference between official language and foreign language is
specified by the INDAS document related to the OCANEQ variant.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

LAN1 FIRST OFFICIAL LANGUAGE


LAN2 SECOND OFFICIAL LANGUAGE
LAN3 THIRD OFFICIAL LANGUAGE
LAN4 FOURTH OFFICIAL LANGUAGE

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CAN ANELEM
ANELEMST
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

3. Input format

ANELEM INDAS STD. ANN.

This input format cancels the links between


INDAS standard announcement and INDAS standard
announcement definition.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 CAN ANELEM : OCAVAR= ,ANELEM= ,LANGUAGE= Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

OCAVAR OCANEQ VARIANT

This parameter specifies the OCANEQ variant. It is used to identify


the content of text fragments stored in OCANEQ.
The first character must be a letter, the subsequent characters must
be decimal numbers in the range 0...9.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

4 characters from the


symbolic name character set

ANELEM ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a-b

a: TYPE OF ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT


STDANN ANELEM INDAS STD. ANN.

b: ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT NUMBER=


1-2500, range of decimal numbers

This unit specifies the number range of


the announcement elements to be canceled.
The number range follows from the INDAS
document related to the OCANEQ variant.

LANGUAGE RELATIVE LANGUAGE OF ANN.ELEM.

This parameter specifies one of up to four official languages


for the announcement elements.

Notes :
- The reference between official language and foreign language is
specified by the INDAS document related to the OCANEQ variant.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

LAN1 FIRST OFFICIAL LANGUAGE


LAN2 SECOND OFFICIAL LANGUAGE
LAN3 THIRD OFFICIAL LANGUAGE
LAN4 FOURTH OFFICIAL LANGUAGE

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CAN ANELEM
ANELEMWO
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

4. Input format

ANELEM INDAS WORD

This input format cancels the links between


INDAS word numbers and OCANEQ text fragment numbers.

Up to 32 INDAS word numbers and/or intervals


can be linked.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 CAN ANELEM : OCAVAR= ,ANELEM= ,LANGUAGE= Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

OCAVAR OCANEQ VARIANT

This parameter specifies the OCANEQ variant. It is used to identify


the content of text fragments stored in OCANEQ.
The first character must be a letter, the subsequent characters must
be decimal numbers in the range 0...9.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

4 characters from the


symbolic name character set

ANELEM ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


a value-range by linking two values with &&.
Multiple values and/or ranges can be linked with &.

a-b

a: TYPE OF ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT


WORD ANELEM INDAS WORD

b: ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT NUMBER=


1...4094, range of decimal numbers

This unit specifies the number range of


the announcement elements to be canceled.
The number range follows from the INDAS
document related to the OCANEQ variant.

LANGUAGE RELATIVE LANGUAGE OF ANN.ELEM.

This parameter specifies one of up to four official languages


for the announcement elements.

Notes :
- The reference between official language and foreign language is
specified by the INDAS document related to the OCANEQ variant.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

LAN1 FIRST OFFICIAL LANGUAGE


LAN2 SECOND OFFICIAL LANGUAGE
LAN3 THIRD OFFICIAL LANGUAGE
LAN4 FOURTH OFFICIAL LANGUAGE

E N D

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CR ANELEM
ANELEMPA
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

CREATE ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT

This command creates announcement elements of the types


INDAS phrase, INDAS word, INDAS standard announcement, and INDAS pause.

It allows announcements, which are played by INDAS with OCANEQ, to be


composed from sets of text fragments stored in the OCANEQ.
A text fragment is the smallest physical speech unit and can be addressed
by its text fragment number.
A text fragment consists of one or more spoken words or is a pause or
a tone burst.
Text fragments can be put together in any sequence desired.

There are two types of announcements:


- Individual announcements:
Each individual announcement is logically addressed by one or more
announcement elements of the type "INDAS phrase".
An INDAS phrase consists of several fixed text parts and several variable
parts (e.g. directory number, hour, minute, week-day) determined by
INDAS parameters which use groups of logical announcement elements of the
type "INDAS word" that can be addressed.
- Standard announcements:
Each standard announcement is logically addressed by an announcement
element of the type "INDAS standard announcement" and consists only of
fixed text parts.
No variable parts are included.

Within the system, each announcement element created by INDAS is immediately


active and can be accessed by call processing.

Prerequisites:
- The INDAS document related to the OCANEQ variant must be available.
- Memory space for the OCANEQ variant data must be provided in the
database (for expandable groups OC1/OC2, see MOD DBSIZE).

Notes:
- If the OCANEQ variant has not yet been registered by either ENTR OCAVAR
or CR ANELEM or through User Interaction database administration,
a new element in the OCANEQ variant specific data structure will be used.
- The command will be rejected with an error message saying that the database
list has been exceeded, and specifying the parameter name OCAVAR if the
maximum number of 10 OCANEQ variants have already been registered in the
system (see also ENTR OCAVAR).
- If the command is rejected with the above error message and the specified
parameter names are OCAVAR and LANGUAGE, the database area for group OC1
has to be expanded (use MOD DBSIZE).
- If the command is rejected with the above error message and the specified
parameter name is PHDEFIN or STDADEF, the database area for group OC2
has to be expanded (use MOD DBSIZE).
- The available text fragments and the associated text fragment numbers are
to be taken from the INDAS document related to the OCANEQ variant.
- The command should only be used for LANGUAGE values identified by the
INDAS document related to the OCANEQ variant.
MOD CALLPOPT will adapt the way in which announcements are played in these
identified languages or in a specific language sequence, dependent upon the
exchange location.

This command is normally logged.

THIS COMMAND HAS FOLLOWING INPUT FORMATS :

1. CR ANELEM - ANELEMPA ANELEM INDAS PAUSE


2. CR ANELEM - ANELEMPH ANELEM INDAS PHRASE
3. CR ANELEM - ANELEMST ANELEM INDAS STD. ANN.
4. CR ANELEM - ANELEMWO ANELEM INDAS WORD

1. Input format

ANELEM INDAS PAUSE

This input format is used to create an announcement element "INDAS


pause" by assigning a pause type to a text fragment.

INDAS pause specifies all pauses defined by INDAS which are inserted
according to attribute if an announcement is to be played. They are

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CR ANELEM
ANELEMPA
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

used separately from an INDAS phrase or INDAS standard announcement


definition.
An INDAS pause consists of just one text fragment.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 CR ANELEM : OCAVAR= ,ANELEM= ,PAUSE= Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

OCAVAR OCANEQ VARIANT

This parameter specifies the OCANEQ variant. It is used to identify


the content of text fragments stored in OCANEQ.
The first character must be a letter, the subsequent characters must
be decimal numbers in the range 0...9.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

4 characters from the


symbolic name character set

ANELEM ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

PAUSE ANELEM INDAS PAUSE

PAUSE ANELEM INDAS PAUSE

Notes:
- Up to 4 INDAS pauses can be linked with &.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

a-b

a: TYPE OF ANN. ELEM. INDAS PAUSE


PAUSEEND ANELEM INDAS PAUSE END
A pause is inserted at the end of each
announcement cycle.
PAUSELA ANELEM INDAS PAUSE LANGUAGE
A pause is inserted between two different
languages if the announcement is to be
played in more than one language.
PAUSEPH ANELEM INDAS PAUSE PHRASE
A pause is inserted between two phrases
if the individual announcement consists
of more than one INDAS phrase.
PAUSEST ANELEM INDAS PAUSE START
A pause is inserted at the start of each
announcement cycle.

b: OCANEQ FRAGMENT NUMBER=


0...65279, range of decimal numbers

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CR ANELEM
ANELEMPH
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

2. Input format

ANELEM INDAS PHRASE

This input format is used to create an announcement element "INDAS


phrase" by entering its phrase definition.

An INDAS phrase consists of several fixed text parts defined by one


or more text fragments, and several variable parts defined by text
fragments which are determined by INDAS parameters using groups of
INDAS words.

Notes:
- INDAS functions are used to identify individual announcements in the
system.
Only INDAS phrases selected by INDAS functions are allowed.
The allowed number range is to be taken from the INDAS document
related to the OCANEQ variant.
The parameter numbers and the specific meaning assigned to an INDAS
phrase are also described.
INDAS phrases applied by User Interaction must have phrase numbers
between 1 and 900.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 CR ANELEM : OCAVAR= ,ANELEM= ,PHDEFIN= ,LANGUAGE= Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

OCAVAR OCANEQ VARIANT

This parameter specifies the OCANEQ variant. It is used to identify


the content of text fragments stored in OCANEQ.
The first character must be a letter, the subsequent characters must
be decimal numbers in the range 0...9.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

4 characters from the


symbolic name character set

ANELEM ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a-b

a: TYPE OF ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT


PHRASE ANELEM INDAS PHRASE

b: ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT NUMBER=


1-1023, range of decimal numbers

PHDEFIN INDAS PHRASE DEFINITION

This parameter specifies an INDAS phrase definition.


The phrase definition for an INDAS phrase describes the various
modifications of an announcement text for an individual
announcement as a function of the actual INDAS parameter values
and takes the foreign-language requirements into account.
It specifies the sequence in which fixed text fragments are to be
arranged and locates the positions where the text fragments
determined by the INDAS parameter values must be inserted. An
INDAS parameter is represented by a fixed parameter number assigned.
As a result, the phrase definition controls the combination of text
fragments which form an announcement.
For each one of the allowed INDAS phrases and each valid language,
the phrase definition in its application form is part of the INDAS
document related to the OCANEQ variant.

To produce such a phrase definition, a formal definition language


similar to a programming language is used.

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CR ANELEM
ANELEMPH
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

Syntax of INDAS phrase definition components:

The following INDAS phrase definition components are specified


and completed by the permissible combination of the required units:

- "Insert fragment definition":

Statement to insert a text fragment,


e.g.: compose the fixed text part of an announcement.

INFRAGM-<fragment no>

input values:
<fragment no> = 0 .. 65279, range of decimal numbers

- "Insert parameter definition":

Statement to insert an INDAS parameter:


Fit in the text fragment determined by the parameter value by
using the corresponding INDAS word.

INPAR-<parameter no>
INPAR-<parameter no>-MODNONE
INPAR-<parameter no>-MLVNONE
(MLVNONE: only for INDAS parameters
which may have more than one value)

input values:
<parameter no> = 1 .. 63, range of decimal numbers

Statement to insert an INDAS parameter:


Fit in the text fragment determined by the parameter value by
using the corresponding INDAS word modified plus or minus by a
specified INDAS word offset. This corresponds with a change to
an alternative group of text fragments.
This statement may be used
- for modification to lower voice
(e.g.: the INDAS parameter is the final part of an announcement),
- for the several interpretations of the INDAS parameter "number"
(e.g.: applied as year, as part of a price),
- for a different representation of an INDAS parameter in the same
context
(e.g.: insert the INDAS parameter "month" by its name ("January")
or alternatively by its ordinal number ("first")).

INPAR-<parameter no>-MODPLUS-<word offset>


INPAR-<parameter no>-MODMINUS-<word offset>
INPAR-<parameter no>-MLVPLUS-<word offset>
(MLVPLUS: only for INDAS parameters
which may have more than one value)
INPAR-<parameter no>-MLVMINUS-<word offset>
(MLVMINUS: only for INDAS parameters
which may have more than one value)

input values:
<parameter no> = 1 .. 63, range of decimal numbers
<word offset> = 1 .. 4094, range of decimal numbers

- "Parameter block definition":

Statement to process an INDAS parameter which may have more than


one value,
e.g.: the INDAS parameter "directory number".

PARDO-<parameter no>

input values:
<parameter no> = 1 .. 63, range of decimal numbers

- "IF condition block definition":

An "Insert fragment definition" or "Insert parameter definition"


is to be dependent of the value(s) of one INDAS parameter or
several INDAS parameters correlated to each other,
e.g.: insert the INDAS parameter "minute" unless it is a full hour.

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CR ANELEM
ANELEMPH
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

A single condition will be initiated by IFPAR. The parameter


value must be specified by its INDAS word.

Several conditions can be combined by ANDIFPAR ("and" relation,


i.e. all conditions must be true) or ORIFPAR ("or" relation, i.e.
one of the conditions must be true).

ELSIFPAR corresponds to a nested "IF condition definition" in


the form of ELSE IFPAR ... ENDIF.

If the condition(s) stated by IFPAR / ELSIFPAR / ANDIFPAR /


ORIFPAR is(are) true the definition statement(s) following will
be executed. If the condition(s) is(are) false, the definition
statement(s) following ELSE (if existent) or ENDIF will be
executed.

IFPAR-<parameter no>-<condition>-<word no>


ELSIFPAR-<parameter no>-<condition>-<word no>
ANDIFPAR-<parameter no>-<condition>-<word no>
ORIFPAR-<parameter no>-<condition>-<word no>

input values:
<parameter no> = 1 .. 63, range of decimal numbers
<word no> = 1 .. 4094, range of decimal numbers
<condition> = EQUAL
NOTEQUAL
LESS
GREATER

or
IFPAR-<parameter no>-<condition>
ELSIFPAR-<parameter no>-<condition>
ANDIFPAR-<parameter no>-<condition>
ORIFPAR-<parameter no>-<condition>

input values:
<parameter no> = 1 .. 63, range of decimal numbers
<condition> = FRSTWORD
NOTFRSTW
LASTWORD
NOTLASTW
SELECTED

The conditions FRSTWORD, NOTFRSTW, LASTWORD, NOTLASTW


are only valid for an INDAS parameter which may have more than
one value.
The condition SELECTED is true if the INDAS parameter has
at least one value.

or
ELSE

- "End definition" :

Statement to terminate a block definition or phrase definition.

ENDDO
ENDIF
END

There are the following requirements for an INDAS phrase definition:


- A "definition block" must consist of one
"Insert fragment definition" or
"Insert parameter definition" or
"Parameter block definition" or
"IF condition block definition".
- A "Parameter block definition" is mandatory if an INDAS parameter
which may have more than one value is to be processed.
This "Parameter block definition" for an INDAS parameter must be
specified before an "IF condition block definition" or "Insert
parameter definition" of that parameter is entered.
There are however the following exceptions:
- The "IF condition block definition" can be entered prior to the
"Parameter block definition" if the condition(s) of an
"IF condition block definition" has(have) been formed using

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CR ANELEM
ANELEMPH
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

SELECTED.
- Mandatory input of a "Parameter block definition" is excluded
if no "IF condition block definition" has been specified for
the INDAS parameter and
- only the last value of that parameter has to be modified
exclusively and the corresponding "Insert parameter definition"
is formed with MLVPLUS, MLVMINUS,
- none of the INDAS parameter values has to be modified and the
corresponding "Insert parameter definition" is formed with
MLVNONE.
- The body of a "Parameter block definition" must contain at least
one "definition block" and must be terminated with ENDDO.
- The "IF condition block definition" must contain at least one
statement initiated by IFPAR and must be terminated with ENDIF.
- For each case of "IF condition block definition" initiated by
IFPAR / ELSIFPAR / ELSE the body must contain at least one
"definition block".
- Nested "IF condition block definitions" and/or "Parameter block
definitions" may be used up to the maximum nested level = 10.
- Nested "Parameter block definitions" for the same parameter
number are not allowed.
- The body of an INDAS phrase definition must contain at least one
"definition block" and must be terminated with END.

Notes:
- Within an INDAS phrase, INDAS parameters may be rearranged from
the original order indicated by the parameter numbers.
The parameter number retains the meaning of the INDAS parameter.
- The length of an INDAS phrase definition is only restricted by
the maximum number of permissible characters for an MML command.
As a result, the number of INDAS phrase definition components that
can be linked with &, must follow this restriction.
- The correct order of the INDAS phrase definition components must be
observed.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

a[-b[-c[-d]]]

a: ACTION CODE
ANDIFPAR AND IF PARAMETER CONDITION
ELSE ELSE CONDITION
ELSIFPAR ELSE IF PARAMETER CONDITION
END END OF PHRASE DEFINITION
ENDDO END OF PARAMETER DO LOOP
ENDIF END OF IF CONDITION
IFPAR IF PARAMETER CONDITION
INFRAGM INSERT FRAGMENT
INPAR INSERT PARAMETER
ORIFPAR OR IF PARAMETER CONDITION
PARDO FOR ALL PARAMETER VALUES DO

b: FRAGMENT- OR INDAS PARAM- NO.=


0...65279, range of decimal numbers

c: MODIFY ACTION OR CONDITION


XEQUAL = EQUAL
1FRSTWORD1 FIRST WORD
1GREATER 1 GREATER
1LASTWORD1 LAST WORD
1LESS 1 LESS
1MLVMINUS1 MOD. LAST PARAM VALUE: DECRE.
1MLVNONE 1 MOD. LAST PARAM VALUE: NOT
1MLVPLUS 1 MOD. LAST PARAM VALUE: INCRE.
1MODMINUS1 MOD. PARAM VALUE: DECREMENT
1MODNONE 1 MOD. PARAM VALUE: NOT
1MODPLUS 1 MOD. PARAM VALUE: INCREMENT
1NOTEQUAL1 NOT EQUAL
1NOTFRSTW1 NOT FIRST WORD
1NOTLASTW1 NOT LAST WORD
>SELECTEDW SELECTED

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CR ANELEM
ANELEMPH
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

d: OFFSET=
1...4094, range of decimal numbers

LANGUAGE RELATIVE LANGUAGE OF ANN.ELEM.

This parameter indicates one of up to four official languages


commonly used in an exchange.

Notes:
- The reference between official language and foreign language is
specified by the INDAS document related to the OCANEQ variant.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

LAN1 FIRST OFFICIAL LANGUAGE


LAN2 SECOND OFFICIAL LANGUAGE
LAN3 THIRD OFFICIAL LANGUAGE
LAN4 FOURTH OFFICIAL LANGUAGE

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CR ANELEM
ANELEMST
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

3. Input format

ANELEM INDAS STD. ANN.

This input format is used to create an announcement element "INDAS


standard announcement" by entering its standard announcement definition.

Notes:
- The standard announcement number specified here must be used as the
STANNO for CR ANGRP if the assignment of an announcement to an
announcement group leading to OCANEQ is defined as definite (fixed).

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 CR ANELEM : OCAVAR= ,ANELEM= ,STDADEF= ,LANGUAGE= Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

OCAVAR OCANEQ VARIANT

This parameter specifies the OCANEQ variant. It is used to identify


the content of text fragments stored in OCANEQ.
The first character must be a letter, the subsequent characters must
be decimal numbers in the range 0...9.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

4 characters from the


symbolic name character set

ANELEM ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a-b

a: TYPE OF ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT


STDANN ANELEM INDAS STD. ANN.

b: ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT NUMBER=


1-2500, range of decimal numbers

STDADEF INDAS STD. ANN. DEFINITION

This parameter specifies an INDAS standard announcement


definition.
The standard announcement definition for each INDAS standard
announcement describes the way in which text fragments are
sequenced and takes foreign-language requirements into account.
As a result, the standard announcement definition controls the
combination of text fragments which form an announcement.
For each one of the allowed INDAS standard announcements and
each valid language, the standard announcement definition in
its application form is part of the INDAS document related to
the OCANEQ variant.

To produce such a standard announcement definition, a formal


definition language similar to a programming language is used.

Syntax of INDAS standard announcement definition components:

- "Insert fragment definition":

Statement to insert a text fragment.

INFRAGM-<fragment no>

input values:
<fragment no> = 0 .. 65279, range of decimal numbers

- "End definition" :

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CR ANELEM- 8+
CR ANELEM
ANELEMST
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

Statement to terminate a standard announcement definition.

END

There are the following requirements for an INDAS standard


announcement definition:
- The body of an INDAS standard announcement definition must
contain at least one "Insert fragment definition" and must be
terminated with END.

Notes:
- The length of an INDAS standard announcement definition is only
restricted by the maximum number of permissible characters for
an MML command.
As a result, the number of INDAS standard announcement definition
components that can be linked with &, must follow this restriction.
- The correct order of the INDAS standard announcement definition
components must be observed.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

a[-b]

a: ACTION CODE
END END OF STD. ANN. DEFINITION
INFRAGM INSERT FRAGMENT

b: FRAGMENT-NO.=
0...65279, range of decimal numbers

LANGUAGE RELATIVE LANGUAGE OF ANN.ELEM.

This parameter indicates one of up to four official languages


commonly used in an exchange.

Notes:
- The reference between official language and foreign language is
specified by the INDAS document related to the OCANEQ variant.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

LAN1 FIRST OFFICIAL LANGUAGE


LAN2 SECOND OFFICIAL LANGUAGE
LAN3 THIRD OFFICIAL LANGUAGE
LAN4 FOURTH OFFICIAL LANGUAGE

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CR ANELEM- 9+
CR ANELEM
ANELEMWO
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

4. Input format

ANELEM INDAS WORD

This input format is used to create an announcement element "INDAS


word" by entering its allocation to a text fragment.

An INDAS word is the smallest logical speech unit and is addressable by its
INDAS word number. A group of INDAS words represents an INDAS parameter
with its definite meaning. An INDAS parameter is a variable part of an
INDAS phrase. Each INDAS word consists of just one text fragment.

Notes:
- The meaning of the defined INDAS words and the associated INDAS word
numbers are to be taken from the INDAS document related to the OCANEQ
variant.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 CR ANELEM : OCAVAR= ,ANELEM= ,WORD= ,LANGUAGE= Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

OCAVAR OCANEQ VARIANT

This parameter specifies the OCANEQ variant. It is used to identify


the content of text fragments stored in OCANEQ.
The first character must be a letter, the subsequent characters must
be decimal numbers in the range 0...9.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

4 characters from the


symbolic name character set

ANELEM ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

WORD ANELEM INDAS WORD

WORD ANELEM INDAS WORD

Notes:
- Up to 32 INDAS words and/or ranges can be linked with &.
- Input of an INDAS word range is only allowed if the resulting
number of INDAS words equals those of text fragments (implicit
increment one by one for both), or exactly one and the same
text fragment is assigned to all INDAS words of a given range.
- An INDAS word number may not be entered twice with different
text fragment numbers.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


a value-range by linking two values with &&.
Multiple values and/or ranges can be linked with &.

a-b

a: INDAS WORD NUMBER=


1...4094, range of decimal numbers

b: OCANEQ FRAGMENT NUMBER=


0...65279, range of decimal numbers

LANGUAGE RELATIVE LANGUAGE OF ANN.ELEM.

This parameter indicates one of up to four official languages


commonly used in an exchange.

Notes:
- The reference between official language and foreign language is
specified by the INDAS document related to the OCANEQ variant.

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CR ANELEM- 10+


CR ANELEM
ANELEMWO
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

LAN1 FIRST OFFICIAL LANGUAGE


LAN2 SECOND OFFICIAL LANGUAGE
LAN3 THIRD OFFICIAL LANGUAGE
LAN4 FOURTH OFFICIAL LANGUAGE

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CR ANELEM- 11-


DISP ANELEM
ANELEMPA
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

DISPLAY ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT

This command displays announcement elements of the types


INDAS phrase, INDAS word, INDAS standard announcement, and INDAS pause.

Prerequisites:
- The INDAS document related to the OCANEQ variant must be available.
- Only those announcement elements will be displayed which are
previously created.

This command may start a long-running job. It can be stopped with STOP JOB: JN=
<job number>.

THIS COMMAND HAS FOLLOWING INPUT FORMATS :

1. DISP ANELEM - ANELEMPA ANELEM INDAS PAUSE


2. DISP ANELEM - ANELEMPH ANELEM INDAS PHRASE
3. DISP ANELEM - ANELEMST ANELEM INDAS STD. ANN.
4. DISP ANELEM - ANELEMWO ANELEM INDAS WORD

1. Input format

ANELEM INDAS PAUSE

This input format displays the links between


INDAS pauses and OCANEQ text fragment numbers.

Up to 4 INDAS pauses can be linked.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DISP ANELEM : OCAVAR= ,ANELEM= ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

OCAVAR OCANEQ VARIANT

This parameter specifies the OCANEQ variant. It is used to identify


the content of text fragments stored in OCANEQ.
The first character must be a letter, the subsequent characters must
be decimal numbers in the range 0...9.

Notes :
- If the entered OCANEQ variant is unknown there are no data to
display.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

4 characters from the


symbolic name character set

ANELEM ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

PAUSEALL ANELEM ALL INDAS PAUSE


All INDAS pauses.
This value is not allowed to be linked
with other values.
PAUSEEND ANELEM INDAS PAUSE END
Pause after the end of each announcement cycle.
PAUSELA ANELEM INDAS PAUSE LANGUAGE
Pause between two different languages of
an announcement.
PAUSEPH ANELEM INDAS PAUSE PHRASE
Pause between two phrases of an announcement.
PAUSEST ANELEM INDAS PAUSE START
Pause before the start of each announcement
cycle.

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP ANELEM- 1+


DISP ANELEM
ANELEMPH
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

2. Input format

ANELEM INDAS PHRASE

This input format displays the components of an


INDAS phrase definition.
Each component may consist of up to 4 units:
ACTION CODE
FRAGMENT- OR INDAS PARAM- NO.
MODIFY ACTION OR CONDITION
OFFSET

The phrase definition controls the combination of text


fragments which form an announcement.

Up to 32 INDAS phrase numbers and/or intervals


can be linked.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DISP ANELEM : OCAVAR= ,ANELEM= [,LANGUAGE=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

OCAVAR OCANEQ VARIANT

This parameter specifies the OCANEQ variant. It is used to identify


the content of text fragments stored in OCANEQ.
The first character must be a letter, the subsequent characters must
be decimal numbers in the range 0...9.

Notes :
- If the entered OCANEQ variant is unknown there are no data to
display.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

4 characters from the


symbolic name character set

ANELEM ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


a value-range by linking two values with &&.
Multiple values and/or ranges can be linked with &.

a-b

a: TYPE OF ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT


PHRASE ANELEM INDAS PHRASE

b: ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT NUMBER=


1-1023, range of decimal numbers

This unit specifies the number range of


the announcement elements to be displayed.
The number range follows from the INDAS
document related to the OCANEQ variant.

LANGUAGE RELATIVE LANGUAGE OF ANN.ELEM.

This parameter specifies one of up to four official languages


for the announcement elements.
If X is specified, the announcement elements are
displayed for all the languages for which they are defined.

Notes :
- The reference between official language and foreign language is
specified by the INDAS document related to the OCANEQ variant.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

LAN1 FIRST OFFICIAL LANGUAGE


LAN2 SECOND OFFICIAL LANGUAGE

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP ANELEM- 2+


DISP ANELEM
ANELEMPH
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

LAN3 THIRD OFFICIAL LANGUAGE


LAN4 FOURTH OFFICIAL LANGUAGE
X ALL OFFICIAL LANGUAGES

Default: X

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP ANELEM- 3+


DISP ANELEM
ANELEMST
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

3. Input format

ANELEM INDAS STD. ANN.

This input format displays the components of an


INDAS standard announcement definition.
Each component may consist of up to 2 units:
ACTION CODE
FRAGMENT-NO.

The standard announcement definition controls the


combination of text fragments which form an announcement.

Up to 32 INDAS standard announcement numbers and/or


intervals can be linked.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DISP ANELEM : OCAVAR= ,ANELEM= [,LANGUAGE=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

OCAVAR OCANEQ VARIANT

This parameter specifies the OCANEQ variant. It is used to identify


the content of text fragments stored in OCANEQ.
The first character must be a letter, the subsequent characters must
be decimal numbers in the range 0...9.

Notes :
- If the entered OCANEQ variant is unknown there are no data to
display.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

4 characters from the


symbolic name character set

ANELEM ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


a value-range by linking two values with &&.
Multiple values and/or ranges can be linked with &.

a-b

a: TYPE OF ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT


STDANN ANELEM INDAS STD. ANN.

b: ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT NUMBER=


1-2500, range of decimal numbers

This unit specifies the number range of


the announcement elements to be displayed.
The number range follows from the INDAS
document related to the OCANEQ variant.

LANGUAGE RELATIVE LANGUAGE OF ANN.ELEM.

This parameter specifies one of up to four official languages


for the announcement elements.
If X is specified, the announcement elements are
displayed for all the languages for which they are defined.

Notes :
- The reference between official language and foreign language is
specified by the INDAS document related to the OCANEQ variant.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

LAN1 FIRST OFFICIAL LANGUAGE


LAN2 SECOND OFFICIAL LANGUAGE
LAN3 THIRD OFFICIAL LANGUAGE
LAN4 FOURTH OFFICIAL LANGUAGE

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP ANELEM- 4+


DISP ANELEM
ANELEMST
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

X ALL OFFICIAL LANGUAGES

Default: X

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP ANELEM- 5+


DISP ANELEM
ANELEMWO
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

4. Input format

ANELEM INDAS WORD

This input format displays the links between


INDAS word numbers and OCANEQ text fragment numbers.

Up to 32 INDAS word numbers and/or intervals


can be linked.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DISP ANELEM : OCAVAR= ,ANELEM= [,LANGUAGE=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

OCAVAR OCANEQ VARIANT

This parameter specifies the OCANEQ variant. It is used to identify


the content of text fragments stored in OCANEQ.
The first character must be a letter, the subsequent characters must
be decimal numbers in the range 0...9.

Notes :
- If the entered OCANEQ variant is unknown there are no data to
display.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

4 characters from the


symbolic name character set

ANELEM ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


a value-range by linking two values with &&.
Multiple values and/or ranges can be linked with &.

a-b

a: TYPE OF ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT


WORD ANELEM INDAS WORD

b: ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT NUMBER=


1...4094, range of decimal numbers

This unit specifies the number range of


the announcement elements to be displayed.
The number range follows from the INDAS
document related to the OCANEQ variant.

LANGUAGE RELATIVE LANGUAGE OF ANN.ELEM.

This parameter specifies one of up to four official languages


for the announcement elements.
If X is specified, the announcement elements are
displayed for all the languages for which they are defined.

Notes :
- The reference between official language and foreign language is
specified by the INDAS document related to the OCANEQ variant.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

LAN1 FIRST OFFICIAL LANGUAGE


LAN2 SECOND OFFICIAL LANGUAGE
LAN3 THIRD OFFICIAL LANGUAGE
LAN4 FOURTH OFFICIAL LANGUAGE
X ALL OFFICIAL LANGUAGES

Default: X

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP ANELEM- 6-


MOD ANELEM
ANELEMPA
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

MODIFY ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT

This command modifies announcement elements of the types


INDAS phrase, INDAS word, INDAS standard announcement, and INDAS pause.

Prerequisites:
- The INDAS document related to the OCANEQ variant must be available.
- Only the announcement elements previously created by CR ANELEM
can be modified.

This command is normally logged.

THIS COMMAND HAS FOLLOWING INPUT FORMATS :

1. MOD ANELEM - ANELEMPA ANELEM INDAS PAUSE


2. MOD ANELEM - ANELEMPH ANELEM INDAS PHRASE
3. MOD ANELEM - ANELEMST ANELEM INDAS STD. ANN.
4. MOD ANELEM - ANELEMWO ANELEM INDAS WORD

1. Input format

ANELEM INDAS PAUSE

This input format is used to modify the text fragment allocated


to each type of the announcement element "INDAS pause".

INDAS pause specifies all pauses defined by INDAS which are inserted
according to attribute if an announcement is to be played. They are
used separately from an INDAS phrase or INDAS standard announcement
definition.
An INDAS pause consists of just one text fragment.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 MOD ANELEM : OCAVAR= ,ANELEM= ,PAUSE= Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

OCAVAR OCANEQ VARIANT

This parameter specifies the OCANEQ variant. It is used to identify


the content of text fragments stored in OCANEQ.
The first character must be a letter, the subsequent characters must
be decimal numbers in the range 0...9.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

4 characters from the


symbolic name character set

ANELEM ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

PAUSE ANELEM INDAS PAUSE

PAUSE ANELEM INDAS PAUSE

Notes:
- Up to 4 INDAS pauses can be linked with &.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

a-b

a: TYPE OF ANN. ELEM. INDAS PAUSE


PAUSEEND ANELEM INDAS PAUSE END
A pause is inserted at the end of each
announcement cycle.
PAUSELA ANELEM INDAS PAUSE LANGUAGE

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 MOD ANELEM- 1+


MOD ANELEM
ANELEMPA
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

A pause is inserted between two different


languages if the announcement is to be
played in more than one language.
PAUSEPH ANELEM INDAS PAUSE PHRASE
A pause is inserted between two phrases
if the individual announcement consists
of more than one INDAS phrase.
PAUSEST ANELEM INDAS PAUSE START
A pause is inserted at the start of each
announcement cycle.

b: OCANEQ FRAGMENT NUMBER=


0...65279, range of decimal numbers

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 MOD ANELEM- 2+


MOD ANELEM
ANELEMPH
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

2. Input format

ANELEM INDAS PHRASE

This input format is used to modify the phrase definition of


an announcement element "INDAS phrase".

Notes:
- The modified phrase definition must be entered completely.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 MOD ANELEM : OCAVAR= ,ANELEM= ,PHDEFIN= ,LANGUAGE= Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

OCAVAR OCANEQ VARIANT

This parameter specifies the OCANEQ variant. It is used to identify


the content of text fragments stored in OCANEQ.
The first character must be a letter, the subsequent characters must
be decimal numbers in the range 0...9.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

4 characters from the


symbolic name character set

ANELEM ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a-b

a: TYPE OF ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT


PHRASE ANELEM INDAS PHRASE

b: ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT NUMBER=


1-1023, range of decimal numbers

PHDEFIN INDAS PHRASE DEFINITION

This parameter specifies an INDAS phrase definition.


The phrase definition for an INDAS phrase describes the various
modifications of an announcement text for an individual
announcement as a function of the actual INDAS parameter values
and takes the foreign-language requirements into account.
It specifies the sequence in which fixed text fragments are to be
arranged and locates the positions where the text fragments
determined by the INDAS parameter values must be inserted. An
INDAS parameter is represented by a fixed parameter number assigned.
As a result, the phrase definition controls the combination of text
fragments which form an announcement.
For each one of the allowed INDAS phrases and each valid language,
the phrase definition in its application form is part of the INDAS
document related to the OCANEQ variant.

To produce such a phrase definition, a formal definition language


similar to a programming language is used.

Syntax of INDAS phrase definition components:

The following INDAS phrase definition components are specified


and completed by the permissible combination of the required units:

- "Insert fragment definition":

Statement to insert a text fragment,


e.g.: compose the fixed text part of an announcement.

INFRAGM-<fragment no>

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 MOD ANELEM- 3+


MOD ANELEM
ANELEMPH
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

input values:
<fragment no> = 0 .. 65279, range of decimal numbers

- "Insert parameter definition":

Statement to insert an INDAS parameter:


Fit in the text fragment determined by the parameter value by
using the corresponding INDAS word.

INPAR-<parameter no>
INPAR-<parameter no>-MODNONE
INPAR-<parameter no>-MLVNONE
(MLVNONE: only for INDAS parameters
which may have more than one value)

input values:
<parameter no> = 1 .. 63, range of decimal numbers

Statement to insert an INDAS parameter:


Fit in the text fragment determined by the parameter value by
using the corresponding INDAS word modified plus or minus by a
specified INDAS word offset. This corresponds with a change to
an alternative group of text fragments.
This statement may be used
- for modification to lower voice
(e.g.: the INDAS parameter is the final part of an announcement),
- for the several interpretations of the INDAS parameter "number"
(e.g.: applied as year, as part of a price),
- for a different representation of an INDAS parameter in the same
context
(e.g.: insert the INDAS parameter "month" by its name ("January")
or alternatively by its ordinal number ("first")).

INPAR-<parameter no>-MODPLUS-<word offset>


INPAR-<parameter no>-MODMINUS-<word offset>
INPAR-<parameter no>-MLVPLUS-<word offset>
(MLVPLUS: only for INDAS parameters
which may have more than one value)
INPAR-<parameter no>-MLVMINUS-<word offset>
(MLVMINUS: only for INDAS parameters
which may have more than one value)

input values:
<parameter no> = 1 .. 63, range of decimal numbers
<word offset> = 1 .. 4094, range of decimal numbers

- "Parameter block definition":

Statement to process an INDAS parameter which may have more than


one value,
e.g.: the INDAS parameter "directory number".

PARDO-<parameter no>

input values:
<parameter no> = 1 .. 63, range of decimal numbers

- "IF condition block definition":

An "Insert fragment definition" or "Insert parameter definition"


is to be dependent of the value(s) of one INDAS parameter or
several INDAS parameters correlated to each other,
e.g.: insert the INDAS parameter "minute" unless it is a full hour.

A single condition will be initiated by IFPAR. The parameter


value must be specified by its INDAS word.

Several conditions can be combined by ANDIFPAR ("and" relation,


i.e. all conditions must be true) or ORIFPAR ("or" relation, i.e.
one of the conditions must be true).

ELSIFPAR corresponds to a nested "IF condition definition" in


the form of ELSE IFPAR ... ENDIF.

If the condition(s) stated by IFPAR / ELSIFPAR / ANDIFPAR /


ORIFPAR is(are) true the definition statement(s) following will

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 MOD ANELEM- 4+


MOD ANELEM
ANELEMPH
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

be executed. If the condition(s) is(are) false, the definition


statement(s) following ELSE (if existent) or ENDIF will be
executed.

IFPAR-<parameter no>-<condition>-<word no>


ELSIFPAR-<parameter no>-<condition>-<word no>
ANDIFPAR-<parameter no>-<condition>-<word no>
ORIFPAR-<parameter no>-<condition>-<word no>

input values:
<parameter no> = 1 .. 63, range of decimal numbers
<word no> = 1 .. 4094, range of decimal numbers
<condition> = EQUAL
NOTEQUAL
LESS
GREATER

or
IFPAR-<parameter no>-<condition>
ELSIFPAR-<parameter no>-<condition>
ANDIFPAR-<parameter no>-<condition>
ORIFPAR-<parameter no>-<condition>

input values:
<parameter no> = 1 .. 63, range of decimal numbers
<condition> = FRSTWORD
NOTFRSTW
LASTWORD
NOTLASTW
SELECTED

The conditions FRSTWORD, NOTFRSTW, LASTWORD, NOTLASTW


are only valid for an INDAS parameter which may have more than
one value.
The condition SELECTED is true if the INDAS parameter has
at least one value.

or
ELSE

- "End definition" :

Statement to terminate a block definition or phrase definition.

ENDDO
ENDIF
END

There are the following requirements for an INDAS phrase definition:


- A "definition block" must consist of one
"Insert fragment definition" or
"Insert parameter definition" or
"Parameter block definition" or
"IF condition block definition".
- A "Parameter block definition" is mandatory if an INDAS parameter
which may have more than one value is to be processed.
This "Parameter block definition" for an INDAS parameter must be
specified before an "IF condition block definition" or "Insert
parameter definition" of that parameter is entered.
There are however the following exceptions:
- The "IF condition block definition" can be entered prior to the
"Parameter block definition" if the condition(s) of an
"IF condition block definition" has(have) been formed using
SELECTED.
- Mandatory input of a "Parameter block definition" is excluded
if no "IF condition block definition" has been specified for
the INDAS parameter and
- only the last value of that parameter has to be modified
exclusively and the corresponding "Insert parameter definition"
is formed with MLVPLUS, MLVMINUS,
- none of the INDAS parameter values has to be modified and the
corresponding "Insert parameter definition" is formed with
MLVNONE.
- The body of a "Parameter block definition" must contain at least
one "definition block" and must be terminated with ENDDO.
- The "IF condition block definition" must contain at least one

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 MOD ANELEM- 5+


MOD ANELEM
ANELEMPH
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

statement initiated by IFPAR and must be terminated with ENDIF.


- For each case of "IF condition block definition" initiated by
IFPAR / ELSIFPAR / ELSE the body must contain at least one
"definition block".
- Nested "IF condition block definitions" and/or "Parameter block
definitions" may be used up to the maximum nested level = 10.
- Nested "Parameter block definitions" for the same parameter
number are not allowed.
- The body of an INDAS phrase definition must contain at least one
"definition block" and must be terminated with END.

Notes:
- Within an INDAS phrase, INDAS parameters may be rearranged from
the original order indicated by the parameter numbers.
The parameter number retains the meaning of the INDAS parameter.
- The length of an INDAS phrase definition is only restricted by
the maximum number of permissible characters for an MML command.
As a result, the number of INDAS phrase definition components that
can be linked with &, must follow this restriction.
- The correct order of the INDAS phrase definition components must be
observed.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

a[-b[-c[-d]]]

a: ACTION CODE
ANDIFPAR AND IF PARAMETER CONDITION
ELSE ELSE CONDITION
ELSIFPAR ELSE IF PARAMETER CONDITION
END END OF PHRASE DEFINITION
ENDDO END OF PARAMETER DO LOOP
ENDIF END OF IF CONDITION
IFPAR IF PARAMETER CONDITION
INFRAGM INSERT FRAGMENT
INPAR INSERT PARAMETER
ORIFPAR OR IF PARAMETER CONDITION
PARDO FOR ALL PARAMETER VALUES DO

b: FRAGMENT- OR INDAS PARAM- NO.=


0...65279, range of decimal numbers

c: MODIFY ACTION OR CONDITION


XEQUAL = EQUAL
1FRSTWORD1 FIRST WORD
1GREATER 1 GREATER
1LASTWORD1 LAST WORD
1LESS 1 LESS
1MLVMINUS1 MOD. LAST PARAM VALUE: DECRE.
1MLVNONE 1 MOD. LAST PARAM VALUE: NOT
1MLVPLUS 1 MOD. LAST PARAM VALUE: INCRE.
1MODMINUS1 MOD. PARAM VALUE: DECREMENT
1MODNONE 1 MOD. PARAM VALUE: NOT
1MODPLUS 1 MOD. PARAM VALUE: INCREMENT
1NOTEQUAL1 NOT EQUAL
1NOTFRSTW1 NOT FIRST WORD
1NOTLASTW1 NOT LAST WORD
>SELECTEDW SELECTED

d: OFFSET=
1...4094, range of decimal numbers

LANGUAGE RELATIVE LANGUAGE OF ANN.ELEM.

This parameter indicates one of up to four official languages


commonly used in an exchange.

Notes:
- The reference between official language and foreign language is
specified by the INDAS document related to the OCANEQ variant.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 MOD ANELEM- 6+


MOD ANELEM
ANELEMPH
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

LAN1 FIRST OFFICIAL LANGUAGE


LAN2 SECOND OFFICIAL LANGUAGE
LAN3 THIRD OFFICIAL LANGUAGE
LAN4 FOURTH OFFICIAL LANGUAGE

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 MOD ANELEM- 7+


MOD ANELEM
ANELEMST
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

3. Input format

ANELEM INDAS STD. ANN.

This input format is used to modify the standard announcement definition


of an announcement element "INDAS standard announcement".

Notes:
- The modified standard announcement definition must be entered completely.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 MOD ANELEM : OCAVAR= ,ANELEM= ,STDADEF= ,LANGUAGE= Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

OCAVAR OCANEQ VARIANT

This parameter specifies the OCANEQ variant. It is used to identify


the content of text fragments stored in OCANEQ.
The first character must be a letter, the subsequent characters must
be decimal numbers in the range 0...9.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

4 characters from the


symbolic name character set

ANELEM ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a-b

a: TYPE OF ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT


STDANN ANELEM INDAS STD. ANN.

b: ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT NUMBER=


1-2500, range of decimal numbers

STDADEF INDAS STD. ANN. DEFINITION

This parameter specifies an INDAS standard announcement


definition.
The standard announcement definition for each INDAS standard
announcement describes the way in which text fragments are
sequenced and takes foreign-language requirements into account.
As a result, the standard announcement definition controls the
combination of text fragments which form an announcement.
For each one of the allowed INDAS standard announcements and
each valid language, the standard announcement definition in
its application form is part of the INDAS document related to
the OCANEQ variant.

To produce such a standard announcement definition, a formal


definition language similar to a programming language is used.

Syntax of INDAS standard announcement definition components:

- "Insert fragment definition":

Statement to insert a text fragment.

INFRAGM-<fragment no>

input values:
<fragment no> = 0 .. 65279, range of decimal numbers

- "End definition" :

Statement to terminate a standard announcement definition.

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 MOD ANELEM- 8+


MOD ANELEM
ANELEMST
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

END

There are the following requirements for an INDAS standard


announcement definition:
- The body of an INDAS standard announcement definition must
contain at least one "Insert fragment definition" and must be
terminated with END.

Notes:
- The length of an INDAS standard announcement definition is only
restricted by the maximum number of permissible characters for
an MML command.
As a result, the number of INDAS standard announcement definition
components that can be linked with &, must follow this restriction.
- The correct order of the INDAS standard announcement definition
components must be observed.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

a[-b]

a: ACTION CODE
END END OF STD. ANN. DEFINITION
INFRAGM INSERT FRAGMENT

b: FRAGMENT-NO.=
0...65279, range of decimal numbers

LANGUAGE RELATIVE LANGUAGE OF ANN.ELEM.

This parameter indicates one of up to four official languages


commonly used in an exchange.

Notes:
- The reference between official language and foreign language is
specified by the INDAS document related to the OCANEQ variant.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

LAN1 FIRST OFFICIAL LANGUAGE


LAN2 SECOND OFFICIAL LANGUAGE
LAN3 THIRD OFFICIAL LANGUAGE
LAN4 FOURTH OFFICIAL LANGUAGE

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 MOD ANELEM- 9+


MOD ANELEM
ANELEMWO
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

4. Input format

ANELEM INDAS WORD

This input format is used to modify the text fragment allocated


to an announcement element "INDAS word".

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 MOD ANELEM : OCAVAR= ,ANELEM= ,WORD= ,LANGUAGE= Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

OCAVAR OCANEQ VARIANT

This parameter specifies the OCANEQ variant. It is used to identify


the content of text fragments stored in OCANEQ.
The first character must be a letter, the subsequent characters must
be decimal numbers in the range 0...9.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

4 characters from the


symbolic name character set

ANELEM ANNOUNCEMENT ELEMENT

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

WORD ANELEM INDAS WORD

WORD ANELEM INDAS WORD

Notes:
- Up to 32 INDAS words and/or ranges can be linked with &.
- Input of an INDAS word range is only allowed if the resulting
number of INDAS words equals those of text fragments (implicit
increment one by one for both), or exactly one and the same
text fragment is assigned to all INDAS words of a given range.
- An INDAS word number may not be entered twice with different
text fragment numbers.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


a value-range by linking two values with &&.
Multiple values and/or ranges can be linked with &.

a-b

a: INDAS WORD NUMBER=


1...4094, range of decimal numbers

b: OCANEQ FRAGMENT NUMBER=


0...65279, range of decimal numbers

LANGUAGE RELATIVE LANGUAGE OF ANN.ELEM.

This parameter indicates one of up to four official languages


commonly used in an exchange.

Notes:
- The reference between official language and foreign language is
specified by the INDAS document related to the OCANEQ variant.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

LAN1 FIRST OFFICIAL LANGUAGE


LAN2 SECOND OFFICIAL LANGUAGE
LAN3 THIRD OFFICIAL LANGUAGE
LAN4 FOURTH OFFICIAL LANGUAGE

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 MOD ANELEM- 10-


CAN ANGCOS

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

CANCEL ANNOUNCEMENT GROUP COS

This command cancels the given announcement group data for the specified
announcement group.

Prerequisites:
- The specified announcement group must already exist.
- The given announcement group data to be cancelled must already exist.

This command is normally logged.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 CAN ANGCOS : TGNO= <,GCOS= ,BLK=> Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

TGNO TRUNK GROUP NUMBER

This parameter specifies the trunk group number of the announcement


group to be addressed.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 characters from the


symbolic name character set

GCOS GROUP CLASSES OF SERVICE

This parameter defines classes of service for all announcement lines


of the announcement group. The specified data will be cancelled in the
announcement group table.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

CHARGABL CHARGEABLE
Calls to this announcement group will be charged.
SASANN SAS ANNOUNCEMENT
This value indicates an announcement group for
stand alone service (SAS) announcements in the
remote switching unit (RSU).
It is only allowed for standard announcement
groups.
DATEANN DATE ANNOUNCEMENT
This value indicates a date announcement in
addition to the time announcement.
It is only allowed for time announcement groups.

BLK BLOCKING

This parameter specifies the blocking of the announcement group.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

ADMIN ADMINISTRATIVE BLOCK


This announcement group is administratively
blocked.

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CAN ANGCOS- 1-


ENTR ANGCOS
OCINDANN
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

ENTER ANNOUNCEMENT GROUP COS

This command enters the given announcement group data for the specified
announcement group.

Prerequisites:
- The specified announcement group must already exist.
- The given announcement group data (parameters GCOS and BLK) to be entered
must not already exist.

This command is normally logged.

THIS COMMAND HAS FOLLOWING INPUT FORMATS :

1. ENTR ANGCOS - OCINDANN INDIVIDUAL AND UI ANN. - OCANEQ, MGIF


2. ENTR ANGCOS - OCSTDANN STANDARD ANNOUNCEMENT - OCANEQ, MGIF
3. ENTR ANGCOS - OCTIMANN TIME ANNOUNCEMENT - OCANEQ, MGIF
4. ENTR ANGCOS - STDANN STANDARD ANNOUNCEMENT - DAS, HAG

1. Input format

INDIVIDUAL AND UI ANN. - OCANEQ, MGIF

This input format enters the given announcement group data for the specified
individual or user interactive (UI) announcement group leading to OCANEQ or
to a media gateway interface (MGIF) providing the interactive voice response
(IVR) services.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 ENTR ANGCOS : TGNO= <,GCOS= ,BLK= ,VARIANT=> Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

TGNO TRUNK GROUP NUMBER

This parameter specifies the trunk group number of the announcement


group to be addressed.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 characters from the


symbolic name character set

GCOS GROUP CLASSES OF SERVICE

This parameter defines classes of service for all announcement lines


of the announcement group. The specified data will be entered in the
announcement group table.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

CHARGABL CHARGEABLE
Calls to this announcement group will be charged.

BLK BLOCKING

This parameter specifies the blocking of the announcement group.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

ADMIN ADMINISTRATIVE BLOCK


This announcement group is administratively
blocked.

VARIANT IVR ANNOUNCEM. PROJECT VARIANT

This parameter specifies the variant of the IVR announcement project


which is assigned to the announcement group.
Note:
It is only allowed for IVR announcement groups (GCOS=MGIF).

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ENTR ANGCOS- 1+


ENTR ANGCOS
OCINDANN
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...4 characters from the


symbolic name character set

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ENTR ANGCOS- 2+


ENTR ANGCOS
OCSTDANN
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

2. Input format

STANDARD ANNOUNCEMENT - OCANEQ, MGIF

This input format enters the given announcement group data for the specified
standard announcement group leading to OCANEQ or to a media gateway interface
(MGIF) providing the interactive voice response (IVR) services.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 ENTR ANGCOS : TGNO= <,GCOS= ,BLK= ,STANNO= ,NUMCYC= ,SIT= 1
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 ,OCALSEQ= ,VARIANT=> Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

TGNO TRUNK GROUP NUMBER

This parameter specifies the trunk group number of the announcement


group to be addressed.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 characters from the


symbolic name character set

GCOS GROUP CLASSES OF SERVICE

This parameter defines classes of service for all announcement lines


of the announcement group. The specified data will be entered in the
announcement group table.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

<CHARGABL> CHARGEABLE
< > Calls to this announcement group will be charged.
<SASANN > SAS ANNOUNCEMENT
This value indicates an announcement group for
stand alone service (SAS) announcements in the
remote switching unit (RSU).
Incompatibilities:
- GCOS=NONBARGE
- GCOS=MGIF

BLK BLOCKING

This parameter specifies the blocking of the announcement group.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

ADMIN ADMINISTRATIVE BLOCK


This announcement group is administratively
blocked.

STANNO STANDARD ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER

This parameter specifies the standard announcement number for the


announcement group.
Note:
It is evaluated only in input format OCSTDANN.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1-2500, range of decimal numbers

NUMCYC NUMBER OF ANNOUNCEMENT CYCLES

This parameter specifies the number of announcement cycles.


Value 0 indicates an endless-loop announcement.
Note:
The entered value is not relevant in case of barge-in announcements
(i.e. GCOS=NONBARGE is not entered at the creating of the announcement

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ENTR ANGCOS- 3+


ENTR ANGCOS
OCSTDANN
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

group).

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...7, range of decimal numbers

SIT SPECIAL INFORMATION TONE

This parameter specifies the use of the special information tone.


Note:
The entered value is not relevant in case of non barge-in announcements
(GCOS=NONBARGE).

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

(N ) NO SPECIAL INFORMATION TONE


ZNO Y NO SPECIAL INFORMATION TONE
1Y 1 SPECIAL INFORMATION TONE
*YES + SPECIAL INFORMATION TONE

OCALSEQ OCANEQ KIND & SEQ OF LANGUAGE

This parameter specifies the languages of the announcements and the


sequences of these languages for OCANEQ. Input of up to 4 languages
for one sequence is possible.
Value NONE indicates the use of the switch-specific value entered by
the command MOD CALLPOPT.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

(L1 )
1L1L2 1
1L1L2L3 1
1L1L2L3L41
1L1L2L4 1
1L1L2L4L31
1L1L3 1
1L1L3L2 1
1L1L3L2L41
1L1L3L4 1
1L1L3L4L21
1L1L4 1
1L1L4L2 1
1L1L4L2L31
1L1L4L3 1
1L1L4L3L21
1L2 1
1L2L1 1
1L2L1L3 1
1L2L1L3L41
1L2L1L4 1
1L2L1L4L31
1L2L3 1
1L2L3L1 1
1L2L3L1L41
1L2L3L4 1
1L2L3L4L11
1L2L4 1
1L2L4L1 1
1L2L4L1L31
1L2L4L3 1
ZL2L4L3L1Y
1L3 1
1L3L1 1
1L3L1L2 1
1L3L1L2L41
1L3L1L4 1
1L3L1L4L21
1L3L2 1
1L3L2L1 1
1L3L2L1L41
1L3L2L4 1
1L3L2L4L11
1L3L4 1
1L3L4L1 1
1L3L4L1L21
1L3L4L2 1

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ENTR ANGCOS- 4+


ENTR ANGCOS
OCSTDANN
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

1L3L4L2L11
1L4 1
1L4L1 1
1L4L1L2 1
1L4L1L2L31
1L4L1L3 1
1L4L1L3L21
1L4L2 1
1L4L2L1 1
1L4L2L1L31
1L4L2L3 1
1L4L2L3L11
1L4L3 1
1L4L3L1 1
1L4L3L1L21
1L4L3L2 1
1L4L3L2L11
*NONE +

VARIANT IVR ANNOUNCEM. PROJECT VARIANT

This parameter specifies the variant of the IVR announcement project


which is assigned to the announcement group.
Note:
It is only allowed for IVR announcement groups (GCOS=MGIF).

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...4 characters from the


symbolic name character set

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ENTR ANGCOS- 5+


ENTR ANGCOS
OCTIMANN
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

3. Input format

TIME ANNOUNCEMENT - OCANEQ, MGIF

This input format enters the given announcement group data for the specified
time announcement group leading to OCANEQ or to a media gateway interface (MGIF)
providing the interactive voice response (IVR) services.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 ENTR ANGCOS : TGNO= <,GCOS= ,BLK= ,TIMINT= ,OCALSEQ= 1
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 ,VARIANT=> Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

TGNO TRUNK GROUP NUMBER

This parameter specifies the trunk group number of the announcement


group to be addressed.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 characters from the


symbolic name character set

GCOS GROUP CLASSES OF SERVICE

This parameter defines classes of service for all announcement lines


of the announcement group. The specified data will be entered in the
announcement group table.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

<CHARGABL> CHARGEABLE
< > Calls to this announcement group will be charged.
<DATEANN > DATE ANNOUNCEMENT
This value indicates a date announcement in
addition to the time announcement.

BLK BLOCKING

This parameter specifies the blocking of the announcement group.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

ADMIN ADMINISTRATIVE BLOCK


This announcement group is administratively
blocked.

TIMINT PERIODIC TIME INTERVAL

This parameter specifies the time interval (in seconds) for


time announcements.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

10,15,20,30,60, range of decimal numbers

OCALSEQ OCANEQ KIND & SEQ OF LANGUAGE

This parameter specifies the languages of the announcements and the


sequences of these languages for OCANEQ. Input of up to 4 languages
for one sequence is possible.
Value NONE indicates the use of the switch-specific value entered by
the command MOD CALLPOPT.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

(L1 )
1L1L2 1
1L1L2L3 1

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ENTR ANGCOS- 6+


ENTR ANGCOS
OCTIMANN
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

1L1L2L3L41
1L1L2L4 1
1L1L2L4L31
1L1L3 1
1L1L3L2 1
1L1L3L2L41
1L1L3L4 1
1L1L3L4L21
1L1L4 1
1L1L4L2 1
1L1L4L2L31
1L1L4L3 1
1L1L4L3L21
1L2 1
1L2L1 1
1L2L1L3 1
1L2L1L3L41
1L2L1L4 1
1L2L1L4L31
1L2L3 1
1L2L3L1 1
1L2L3L1L41
1L2L3L4 1
1L2L3L4L11
1L2L4 1
1L2L4L1 1
1L2L4L1L31
1L2L4L3 1
ZL2L4L3L1Y
1L3 1
1L3L1 1
1L3L1L2 1
1L3L1L2L41
1L3L1L4 1
1L3L1L4L21
1L3L2 1
1L3L2L1 1
1L3L2L1L41
1L3L2L4 1
1L3L2L4L11
1L3L4 1
1L3L4L1 1
1L3L4L1L21
1L3L4L2 1
1L3L4L2L11
1L4 1
1L4L1 1
1L4L1L2 1
1L4L1L2L31
1L4L1L3 1
1L4L1L3L21
1L4L2 1
1L4L2L1 1
1L4L2L1L31
1L4L2L3 1
1L4L2L3L11
1L4L3 1
1L4L3L1 1
1L4L3L1L21
1L4L3L2 1
1L4L3L2L11
*NONE +

VARIANT IVR ANNOUNCEM. PROJECT VARIANT

This parameter specifies the variant of the IVR announcement project


which is assigned to the announcement group.
Note:
It is only allowed for IVR announcement groups (GCOS=MGIF).

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...4 characters from the


symbolic name character set

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ENTR ANGCOS- 7+


ENTR ANGCOS
STDANN
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

4. Input format

STANDARD ANNOUNCEMENT - DAS, HAG

This input format enters the given announcement group data for the specified
standard announcement group leading to an external announcement device (DAS,
HAG).

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 ENTR ANGCOS : TGNO= <,GCOS= ,BLK= ,STANNO= ,NUMCYC=> Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

TGNO TRUNK GROUP NUMBER

This parameter specifies the trunk group number of the announcement


group to be addressed.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 characters from the


symbolic name character set

GCOS GROUP CLASSES OF SERVICE

This parameter defines classes of service for all announcement lines


of the announcement group. The specified data will be entered in the
announcement group table.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

<CHARGABL> CHARGEABLE
< > Calls to this announcement group will be charged.
<SASANN > SAS ANNOUNCEMENT
This value indicates an announcement group for
stand alone service (SAS) announcements in the
remote switching unit (RSU).
Incompatibilities:
- GCOS=NONBARGE
- GCOS=MGIF

BLK BLOCKING

This parameter specifies the blocking of the announcement group.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

ADMIN ADMINISTRATIVE BLOCK


This announcement group is administratively
blocked.

STANNO STANDARD ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER

This parameter specifies the standard announcement number for the


announcement group.
Note:
It is evaluated only in input format OCSTDANN.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...2500, range of decimal numbers

NUMCYC NUMBER OF ANNOUNCEMENT CYCLES

This parameter specifies the number of announcement cycles.


Value 0 indicates an endless-loop announcement.
Note:
The entered value is not relevant in case of barge-in announcements
(i.e. GCOS=NONBARGE is not entered at the creating of the announcement
group).

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ENTR ANGCOS- 8+


ENTR ANGCOS
STDANN
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...7, range of decimal numbers

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ENTR ANGCOS- 9-


CAN ANGRP

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

CANCEL ANNOUNCEMENT GROUP

This command cancels an existing announcement group.

Prerequisites:
- The announcement group must not contain any announcement lines.
- No route may exist to this announcement group.

This command is normally logged.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 CAN ANGRP : TGNO= Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

TGNO TRUNK GROUP NUMBER

This parameter specifies the trunk group number of the announcement


group to be addressed.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 characters from the


symbolic name character set

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CAN ANGRP- 1-


CR ANGRP
OCINDANN
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

CREATE ANNOUNCEMENT GROUP

This command creates an announcement group with the specified trunk group
number. All specified data will be entered in the announcement group table.

Prerequisite:
- The specified trunk group number must not exist within the exchange.

This command is normally logged.

THIS COMMAND HAS FOLLOWING INPUT FORMATS :

1. CR ANGRP - OCINDANN INDIVIDUAL AND UI ANN. - OCANEQ, MGIF


2. CR ANGRP - OCSTDANN STANDARD ANNOUNCEMENT - OCANEQ, MGIF
3. CR ANGRP - OCTIMANN TIME ANNOUNCEMENT - OCANEQ, MGIF
4. CR ANGRP - STDANN STANDARD ANNOUNCEMENT - DAS, HAG

1. Input format

INDIVIDUAL AND UI ANN. - OCANEQ, MGIF

This input format creates an announcement group for individual or user


interactive (UI) announcements leading to OCANEQ or to a media gateway
interface (MGIF) providing the interactive voice response (IVR) services.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 CR ANGRP : TGNO= ,GCOS= [,BLK=] [,VARIANT=] Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

TGNO TRUNK GROUP NUMBER

This parameter specifies the trunk group number. Any number can be
selected by the system operator provided it is clearly identifiable
within the exchange.

It is used for:
- addressing the announcement group, if commands are entered which are
related to the announcement group.
- identifying the announcement group in system outputs.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 characters from the


symbolic name character set

GCOS GROUP CLASSES OF SERVICE

This parameter defines classes of service for all announcement lines


of the announcement group. The specified data will be entered in the
announcement group table.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

OCANEQ OPERATOR CONTR. ANNOUNC. EQU.


This announcement group leads to OCANEQ.

XCHARGABL= CHARGEABLE
1 1 Calls to this announcement group will be charged.
>MGIF W MEDIA GATEWAY INTERFACE
This value indicates an announcement group for
IVR announcements provided by a media gateway
interface.

BLK BLOCKING

This parameter specifies the blocking of the announcement group.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CR ANGRP- 1+
CR ANGRP
OCINDANN
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

of multiple values linked with &.

<ADMIN > ADMINISTRATIVE BLOCK


< > This announcement group is administratively
< > blocked.
<MAINT > MAINTENANCE BLOCK
This announcement group is blocked for maintenance
purposes.

VARIANT IVR ANNOUNCEM. PROJECT VARIANT

This parameter specifies the variant of the IVR announcement project


which is assigned to the announcement group.
Note:
In case of IVR announcements (GCOS=MGIF) the parameter is mandatory,
otherwise it is not allowed.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...4 characters from the


symbolic name character set

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CR ANGRP- 2+
CR ANGRP
OCSTDANN
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

2. Input format

STANDARD ANNOUNCEMENT - OCANEQ, MGIF

This input format creates an announcement group for standard announcements


leading to OCANEQ or to a media gateway interface (MGIF) providing the
interactive voice response (IVR) services.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 CR ANGRP : TGNO= ,GCOS= ,STANNO= [,BLK=] [,NUMCYC=] [,SIT=] 1
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 [,OCALSEQ=] [,VARIANT=] Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

TGNO TRUNK GROUP NUMBER

This parameter specifies the trunk group number. Any number can be
selected by the system operator provided it is clearly identifiable
within the exchange.

It is used for:
- addressing the announcement group, if commands are entered which are
related to the announcement group.
- identifying the announcement group in system outputs.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 characters from the


symbolic name character set

GCOS GROUP CLASSES OF SERVICE

This parameter defines classes of service for all announcement lines


of the announcement group. The specified data will be entered in the
announcement group table.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

OCANEQ OPERATOR CONTR. ANNOUNC. EQU.


This announcement group leads to OCANEQ.

X(MGIF )= MEDIA GATEWAY INTERFACE


11 11 This value indicates an announcement group for
11 11 IVR announcements provided by a media gateway
1Z Y1 interface.
11NONBARGE11 NON BARGE-IN ANNOUNCEMENT
11 11 This value indicates an announcement group for
11 11 non barge-in announcements.
>*SASANN +W SAS ANNOUNCEMENT
This value indicates an announcement group for
stand alone service (SAS) announcements in the
remote switching unit (RSU).

XCHARGABL= CHARGEABLE
1 1 Calls to this announcement group will be charged.
>STAGGER W TIME STAGGER FOR NONBARGE
If this value is entered, time-staggering for the
announcement lines of this announcement group will
be activated.
It is only allowed for non barge-in announcements
(GCOS=NONBARGE).

STANNO STANDARD ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER

This parameter specifies the standard announcement number for the


announcement group.
Note:
It is evaluated only in input format OCSTDANN.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CR ANGRP- 3+
CR ANGRP
OCSTDANN
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

1-2500, range of decimal numbers

BLK BLOCKING

This parameter specifies the blocking of the announcement group.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

<ADMIN > ADMINISTRATIVE BLOCK


< > This announcement group is administratively
< > blocked.
<MAINT > MAINTENANCE BLOCK
This announcement group is blocked for maintenance
purposes.

NUMCYC NUMBER OF ANNOUNCEMENT CYCLES

This parameter specifies the number of announcement cycles.


Value 0 indicates an endless-loop announcement.
Note:
The entered value is not relevant in case of barge-in announcements
(i.e. GCOS=NONBARGE is not entered).

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...7, range of decimal numbers

Default: 2

SIT SPECIAL INFORMATION TONE

This parameter specifies the use of the special information tone.


Note:
The entered value is not relevant in case of non barge-in announcements
(GCOS=NONBARGE).

Standard Behavior: If no value is entered, in case of non barge-in


announcements the default value will be set to NO,
otherwise it will be set to YES.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

(N ) NO SPECIAL INFORMATION TONE


ZNO Y NO SPECIAL INFORMATION TONE
1Y 1 SPECIAL INFORMATION TONE
*YES + SPECIAL INFORMATION TONE

OCALSEQ OCANEQ KIND & SEQ OF LANGUAGE

This parameter specifies the languages of the announcements and the


sequences of these languages for OCANEQ. Input of up to 4 languages
for one sequence is possible.
Value NONE indicates the use of the switch-specific value entered by
the command MOD CALLPOPT.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

(L1 )
1L1L2 1
1L1L2L3 1
1L1L2L3L41
1L1L2L4 1
1L1L2L4L31
1L1L3 1
1L1L3L2 1
1L1L3L2L41
1L1L3L4 1
1L1L3L4L21
1L1L4 1
1L1L4L2 1
1L1L4L2L31
1L1L4L3 1
1L1L4L3L21
1L2 1
1L2L1 1

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CR ANGRP- 4+
CR ANGRP
OCSTDANN
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

1L2L1L3 1
1L2L1L3L41
1L2L1L4 1
1L2L1L4L31
1L2L3 1
1L2L3L1 1
1L2L3L1L41
1L2L3L4 1
1L2L3L4L11
1L2L4 1
1L2L4L1 1
1L2L4L1L31
1L2L4L3 1
ZL2L4L3L1Y
1L3 1
1L3L1 1
1L3L1L2 1
1L3L1L2L41
1L3L1L4 1
1L3L1L4L21
1L3L2 1
1L3L2L1 1
1L3L2L1L41
1L3L2L4 1
1L3L2L4L11
1L3L4 1
1L3L4L1 1
1L3L4L1L21
1L3L4L2 1
1L3L4L2L11
1L4 1
1L4L1 1
1L4L1L2 1
1L4L1L2L31
1L4L1L3 1
1L4L1L3L21
1L4L2 1
1L4L2L1 1
1L4L2L1L31
1L4L2L3 1
1L4L2L3L11
1L4L3 1
1L4L3L1 1
1L4L3L1L21
1L4L3L2 1
1L4L3L2L11
*NONE +

Default: NONE

VARIANT IVR ANNOUNCEM. PROJECT VARIANT

This parameter specifies the variant of the IVR announcement project


which is assigned to the announcement group.
Note:
In case of IVR announcements (GCOS=MGIF) the parameter is mandatory,
otherwise it is not allowed.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...4 characters from the


symbolic name character set

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CR ANGRP- 5+
CR ANGRP
OCTIMANN
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

3. Input format

TIME ANNOUNCEMENT - OCANEQ, MGIF

This input format creates an announcement group for time announcements


leading to OCANEQ or to a media gateway interface (MGIF) providing the
interactive voice response (IVR) services.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 CR ANGRP : TGNO= ,GCOS= ,TIMINT= [,BLK=] [,OCALSEQ=] 1
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 [,VARIANT=] Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

TGNO TRUNK GROUP NUMBER

This parameter specifies the trunk group number. Any number can be
selected by the system operator provided it is clearly identifiable
within the exchange.

It is used for:
- addressing the announcement group, if commands are entered which are
related to the announcement group.
- identifying the announcement group in system outputs.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 characters from the


symbolic name character set

GCOS GROUP CLASSES OF SERVICE

This parameter defines classes of service for all announcement lines


of the announcement group. The specified data will be entered in the
announcement group table.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

OCANEQ OPERATOR CONTR. ANNOUNC. EQU.


This announcement group leads to OCANEQ.
TIMEANN TIME ANNOUNCEMENT
This value indicates an announcement group for
time announcements.

XCHARGABL= CHARGEABLE
1 1 Calls to this announcement group will be charged.
1DATEANN 1 DATE ANNOUNCEMENT
1 1 This value indicates a date announcement in
1 1 addition to the time announcement.
>MGIF W MEDIA GATEWAY INTERFACE
This value indicates an announcement group for
IVR announcements provided by a media gateway
interface.

TIMINT PERIODIC TIME INTERVAL

This parameter specifies the time interval (in seconds) for


time announcements.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

10,15,20,30,60, range of decimal numbers

BLK BLOCKING

This parameter specifies the blocking of the announcement group.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CR ANGRP- 6+
CR ANGRP
OCTIMANN
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

<ADMIN > ADMINISTRATIVE BLOCK


< > This announcement group is administratively
< > blocked.
<MAINT > MAINTENANCE BLOCK
This announcement group is blocked for maintenance
purposes.

OCALSEQ OCANEQ KIND & SEQ OF LANGUAGE

This parameter specifies the languages of the announcements and the


sequences of these languages for OCANEQ. Input of up to 4 languages
for one sequence is possible.
Value NONE indicates the use of the switch-specific value entered by
the command MOD CALLPOPT.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

(L1 )
1L1L2 1
1L1L2L3 1
1L1L2L3L41
1L1L2L4 1
1L1L2L4L31
1L1L3 1
1L1L3L2 1
1L1L3L2L41
1L1L3L4 1
1L1L3L4L21
1L1L4 1
1L1L4L2 1
1L1L4L2L31
1L1L4L3 1
1L1L4L3L21
1L2 1
1L2L1 1
1L2L1L3 1
1L2L1L3L41
1L2L1L4 1
1L2L1L4L31
1L2L3 1
1L2L3L1 1
1L2L3L1L41
1L2L3L4 1
1L2L3L4L11
1L2L4 1
1L2L4L1 1
1L2L4L1L31
1L2L4L3 1
ZL2L4L3L1Y
1L3 1
1L3L1 1
1L3L1L2 1
1L3L1L2L41
1L3L1L4 1
1L3L1L4L21
1L3L2 1
1L3L2L1 1
1L3L2L1L41
1L3L2L4 1
1L3L2L4L11
1L3L4 1
1L3L4L1 1
1L3L4L1L21
1L3L4L2 1
1L3L4L2L11
1L4 1
1L4L1 1
1L4L1L2 1
1L4L1L2L31
1L4L1L3 1
1L4L1L3L21
1L4L2 1
1L4L2L1 1
1L4L2L1L31
1L4L2L3 1
1L4L2L3L11
1L4L3 1

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CR ANGRP- 7+
CR ANGRP
OCTIMANN
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

1L4L3L1 1
1L4L3L1L21
1L4L3L2 1
1L4L3L2L11
*NONE +

Default: NONE

VARIANT IVR ANNOUNCEM. PROJECT VARIANT

This parameter specifies the variant of the IVR announcement project


which is assigned to the announcement group.
Note:
In case of IVR announcements (GCOS=MGIF) the parameter is mandatory,
otherwise it is not allowed.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...4 characters from the


symbolic name character set

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CR ANGRP- 8+
CR ANGRP
STDANN
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

4. Input format

STANDARD ANNOUNCEMENT - DAS, HAG

This input format creates an announcement group for standard announcements


leading to an external announcement device (DAS, HAG).

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 CR ANGRP : TGNO= [,GCOS=] [,BLK=] [,STANNO=] [,NUMCYC=] Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

TGNO TRUNK GROUP NUMBER

This parameter specifies the trunk group number. Any number can be
selected by the system operator provided it is clearly identifiable
within the exchange.

It is used for:
- addressing the announcement group, if commands are entered which are
related to the announcement group.
- identifying the announcement group in system outputs.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 characters from the


symbolic name character set

GCOS GROUP CLASSES OF SERVICE

This parameter defines classes of service for all announcement lines


of the announcement group. The specified data will be entered in the
announcement group table.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

X(NONBARGE)= NON BARGE-IN ANNOUNCEMENT


1Z Y1 This value indicates an announcement group for
11 11 non barge-in announcements.
>*SASANN +W SAS ANNOUNCEMENT
This value indicates an announcement group for
stand alone service (SAS) announcements in the
remote switching unit (RSU).

XCHARGABL= CHARGEABLE
1 1 Calls to this announcement group will be charged.
>STAGGER W TIME STAGGER FOR NONBARGE
If this value is entered, time-staggering for the
announcement lines of this announcement group will
be activated.
It is only allowed for non barge-in announcements
(GCOS=NONBARGE).

BLK BLOCKING

This parameter specifies the blocking of the announcement group.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

<ADMIN > ADMINISTRATIVE BLOCK


< > This announcement group is administratively
< > blocked.
<MAINT > MAINTENANCE BLOCK
This announcement group is blocked for maintenance
purposes.

STANNO STANDARD ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER

This parameter specifies the standard announcement number for the


announcement group.

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CR ANGRP- 9+
CR ANGRP
STDANN
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

Note:
It is evaluated only in input format OCSTDANN.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...2500, range of decimal numbers

Default: 0

NUMCYC NUMBER OF ANNOUNCEMENT CYCLES

This parameter specifies the number of announcement cycles.


Value 0 indicates an endless-loop announcement.
Note:
The entered value is not relevant in case of barge-in announcements
(i.e. GCOS=NONBARGE is not entered).

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...7, range of decimal numbers

Default: 2

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CR ANGRP- 10-


DISP ANGRP

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

DISPLAY ANNOUNCEMENT GROUP

This command displays the announcement group specific data.

Prerequisite:
- The specified announcement group(s) must already exist.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DISP ANGRP : TGNO= ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

TGNO TRUNK GROUP NUMBER

This parameter specifies the trunk group number(s) of the announcement


group(s) to be addressed.

Up to 34 trunk group numbers may be linked.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...6 characters from the


symbolic name character set

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP ANGRP- 1-


REC ANGRP

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

RECORD ANNOUNCEMENT GROUP DATA

This command enables announcement trunk group data


to be recorded.

Prerequisites:
- System time must be secure when the command is accepted.

Notes:
- 8 measurement jobs can be started.
- The same measurement object may not be specified in more than one job at
any one time.
- Traffic data are output to OMT or MDD file every 15 minutes.
- The measurement job can be stopped by STOP JOB if it is not a
daily measurement job and if the time parameter values allow a
continuation of the job.
- A STOP JOB command during the last or the only measurement interval
results automatically in job termination.

This command starts a semipermanent job. It can be canceled with CAN JOB.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 REC ANGRP : TGNO= ,UNIT= [,BEG=] [,TER=] [,IV=] [,PER=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

TGNO TRUNK GROUP NUMBER

This parameter specifies the announcement trunk groups


for which traffic data are to be recorded.
Allowed parameter values are:
- X, means: measurement of all created announcement
trunk groups,
or
- up to 16 specified announcement group numbers
(separated by &).

Prerequisites:
- The measurement of all announcement trunk groups (TGNO=X)
is only allowed if the data output will be to the magnetic
disk device (single or daily measurement file).

Notes:
- Only the names of existing announcement trunk groups may be
specified.
Up to 16 trunk groups may be linked with &.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...6 characters from the


symbolic name character set

UNIT OUTPUT UNIT AND MODE

This parameter specifies the output unit and the form of


output.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a[-b]

a: OUTPUT UNIT
OMT OPERATION AND MAIN.TERMINAL
If this option is selected, data will be output to
OMT every 15 minutes throughout the specified
measurement period.
MDD MAGNETIC DISK DEVICE
If this option is selected, a measurement file

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 REC ANGRP- 1+


REC ANGRP

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

is created and the received traffic data are


output every 15 minutes to this file.
After the parameter has been accepted and at
the end of the last recording, an acknowledgement
is output to the OMT. It includes the name of the
file in which the traffic data are available for
postprocessing.

This information unit specifies the output unit.

b: OUTPUT MODE
SINGLE SINGLE TRAFFIC FILE
If this option is selected, the data will be
output to single measurement files.
If a file is destroyed or cannot be extended, a
message appears at OMT.
DAILY DAILY TRAFFIC FILE
If this option is selected, the data will be
output to daily files.
Additional time parameters are not allowed.
This type of measurement is appropriate to
continuous measurements which start immediately
and have no defined end.
They can only be cancelled by the command
CAN JOB.

To secure the required space on disk, all 7 daily


files (MO...SU) are prepared and created during
command acceptance.
The first data output after command acceptance
will be at the second 15-minute stroke.

A daily file is closed at the end of the day and th


new file for the next day is automatically opened
or created.
Existing files are replaced.
In the second and subsequent weeks, the file for
the same day of the week before will be
overwritten.

This information unit specifies the desired output form


(daily file or single measurement file).
It is only permissible in connection with output unit = MDD.

BEG BEGIN DATE

This parameter indicates the measurement begin time.

Notes:
- Either the begin date BEG or the termination date TER must be
specified.
Exception: Time parameters may not be specified for the data output
in daily files.
- A maximum of four BEG dates may be linked with &. In case of
linked BEG dates, TER is not permissible.

Default: current date

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

a-b-c

a: YEAR OF BEGIN DATE=


0...99, range of decimal numbers

b: MONTH OF BEGIN DATE=


1...12, range of decimal numbers

c: DAY OF BEGIN DATE=


1...31, range of decimal numbers

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 REC ANGRP- 2+


REC ANGRP

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

TER TERMINATION DATE

This parameter indicates the measurement termination date.

Notes:
- Only one termination date may be entered per command.
The earliest possible termination date is the day after command
entry.
- The measurement duration may not exceed one year.
- Either the begin date BEG or the termination date TER must be
specified.
Exception: Time parameters may not be specified for the data output
in daily files.

Default: If no termination date is entered, single day measurement


takes place.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a-b-c

a: YEAR OF TERMINATION DATE=


0...99, range of decimal numbers

b: MONTH OF TERMINATION DATE=


1...12, range of decimal numbers

c: DAY OF TERMINATION DATE=


1...31, range of decimal numbers

IV INTERVAL TIME

This parameter reduces the daily data delivery by defining


measurement interval times.

Notes:
- A maximum of 4 measurement intervals may be linked with &.
- Interval times are only permissible in connection with a begin date
(BEG).

Default: 24-hour measurement on the specified days

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

a-b-c-d

a: BEGIN HOUR=
0...23, range of decimal numbers

b: BEGIN MINUTE=
0,15,30,45, range of decimal numbers

c: TERMINATION HOUR=
0...23, range of decimal numbers

d: TERMINATION MINUTE=
0,15,30,45, range of decimal numbers

PER PERIODIC WEEKDAY

This parameter specifies the weekdays on which data


are to be recorded.

Notes:
- The input of weekdays is only permissible in
connection with a termination date (TER).
- Up to 6 of the values may be linked with &, except
the values NO, WO and HO which are not
linkable with other values.

Default: measurement every day during the measurement

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 REC ANGRP- 3+


REC ANGRP

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

period

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

NO NO SPECIFIED PERIOD
Measurement every day
MO MONDAY
TU TUESDAY
WE WEDNESDAY
TH THURSDAY
FR FRIDAY
SA SATURDAY
SU SUNDAY
WO WORKDAY
Days which are full working days
HO HOLIDAY
Full national and international holidays are
included.
The full weekend day (the day marked EF
in the DISP WDCAT output mask) is included.
Half holidays are not included.

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 REC ANGRP- 4-


CAN ANLCOS

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

CANCEL ANNOUNCEMENT LINE COS

This command cancels the given announcement line data for the specified
announcement line.

Prerequisites:
- The specified announcement line must already exist.
- The given data to be canceled must already exist.

This command is normally logged.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 CAN ANLCOS : TGNO= ,LNO= ,BLK= Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

TGNO TRUNK GROUP NUMBER

This parameter specifies the trunk group number of the announcement


group to be addressed.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 characters from the


symbolic name character set

LNO LINE NUMBER

This parameter specifies the line number of the announcement line.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...1000, range of decimal numbers

BLK BLOCKING

This parameter specifies the blocking of the announcement line.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

ADMIN ADMINISTRATIVE BLOCK


This announcement line is administratively
blocked.

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CAN ANLCOS- 1-


ENTR ANLCOS

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

ENTER ANNOUNCEMENT LINE COS

This command enters the given announcement line data for the specified
announcement line.

Prerequisites:
- The specified announcement line must already exist.
- The given data to be entered must not already exist.

This command is normally logged.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 ENTR ANLCOS : TGNO= ,LNO= <,BLK= ,SEIZMX=> Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

TGNO TRUNK GROUP NUMBER

This parameter specifies the trunk group number of the announcement


group to be addressed.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 characters from the


symbolic name character set

LNO LINE NUMBER

This parameter specifies the line number of the announcement line.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...1000, range of decimal numbers

BLK BLOCKING

This parameter specifies the blocking of the announcement line.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

ADMIN ADMINISTRATIVE BLOCK


This announcement line is administratively
blocked.

SEIZMX SEIZURE COUNTER MAXIMUM VALUE

This parameter specifies the maximum number of subscribers that can


simultaneously be connected to the announcement line.
Notes:
- For IP based announcements the parameter is not allowed.
- For individual announcements only value 1 is allowed.
- For time and for non barge-in announcements value 1 is not allowed.
- The entered value is not relevant in case of stand alone service
announcements.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...16, range of decimal numbers

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ENTR ANLCOS- 1-


CAN ANLN

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

CANCEL ANNOUNCEMENT LINE

This command cancels an existing announcement line.

Prerequisites:
- The announcement line must be administrativly blocked.
- The announcement line is no longer seized for call processing.

This command is normally logged.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 CAN ANLN : TGNO= [,LNO=] Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

TGNO TRUNK GROUP NUMBER

This parameter specifies the trunk group number of the announcement


group to be addressed.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 characters from the


symbolic name character set

LNO LINE NUMBER

This parameter specifies the line number of the announcement line to be


canceled.

Standard Behavior: If no value is entered, the line with the highest


existing number available in the announcement group
will be deleted.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...1000, range of decimal numbers

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CAN ANLN- 1-


CR ANLN
IPANN
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

CREATE ANNOUNCEMENT LINE

This command creates an announcement line with the specified data.

Prerequisites:
- The specified announcement group must already exist.
- The specified equipment number or the media gateway link must exist and
has to be free.

This command is normally logged.

THIS COMMAND HAS FOLLOWING INPUT FORMATS :

1. CR ANLN - IPANN IP BASED ANNOUNCEMENT


2. CR ANLN - LTGANN LTG BASED ANNOUNCEMENT

1. Input format

IP BASED ANNOUNCEMENT

This input format creates an IP based announcement line leading to a media


gateway interface (MGIF) providing the interactive voice response (IVR)
services.

Prerequisites:
- The specified announcement group must have been created with GCOS=MGIF.
- The specified media gateway link must have the type ANN.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 CR ANLN : TGNO= ,MGIF= ,MGPCM= ,MGTS= [,LNO=] [,LCOS=] 1
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 [,BLK=] Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

TGNO TRUNK GROUP NUMBER

This parameter specifies the trunk group number of the announcement


group to be addressed.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 characters from the


symbolic name character set

MGIF MEDIA GATEWAY INTERFACE NAME

This parameter specifies the media gateway interface name (domain name)
of the media gateway interface.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...48 characters from the


text string character set, enclosed in "

MGPCM MEDIA GATEWAY PCM NAME

This parameter specifies the name of the media gateway’s PCM link.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...64 characters from the


text string character set, enclosed in "

MGTS MEDIA GATEWAY TIMESLOT NUMBER

This parameter specifies the timeslot number of the media gateway link.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CR ANLN- 1+
CR ANLN
IPANN
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

0...31, range of decimal numbers

LNO LINE NUMBER

This parameter specifies the line number of the announcement line to be


created.

Standard Behavior: If no value is entered, the line will be given


the highest existing number available in the
announcement group plus 1. When the first line
is created, the value is set to 1.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...1000, range of decimal numbers

LCOS LINE CLASSES OF SERVICE

This parameter specifies the signaling type when creating an


announcement line, or changes the port construction type.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

UIPRT USER INTERACTION PORT


This value indicates a port for user interaction.
It is only possible on port construction type
INDASPRT. The announcement group must have been
created with input format OCINDANN.
The port construction type will be changed to
UIPRT.

BLK BLOCKING

This parameter specifies the blocking of the announcement line.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

<ADMIN > ADMINISTRATIVE BLOCK


< > This announcement line is administratively
< > blocked.
<MAINT > MAINTENANCE BLOCK
This announcement line is blocked for maintenance
purposes.

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CR ANLN- 2+
CR ANLN
LTGANN
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

2. Input format

LTG BASED ANNOUNCEMENT

This input format creates an LTG based announcement line leading to OCANEQ or
to an external announcement device (DAS, HAG).

The announcement line can be created on the following port construction types:
- TCO305
- DIUPORT
- DIURAPRT
- INDASPRT Prerequisite: GCOS=OCANEQ is entered for the announcement group.
- INDAS0PT Prerequisite: GCOS=OCANEQ is entered for the announcement group.

Incompatibility: GCOS=MGIF.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 CR ANLN : TGNO= ,LTG= ,LC= [,LNO=] [,LCOS=] [,BLK=] 1
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 [,SEIZMX=] Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

TGNO TRUNK GROUP NUMBER

This parameter specifies the trunk group number of the announcement


group to be addressed.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 characters from the


symbolic name character set

LTG LINE TRUNK GROUP

This parameter specifies the line trunk group.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a-b

a: LINE TRUNK GROUP SET=


0...31, range of decimal numbers

b: LINE TRUNK GROUP NUMBER=


1...63, range of decimal numbers

LC LINE CONNECTION

This parameter specifies the line connection.

In case of time announcement lines the following conditions apply:

- It is necessary to combine two adjacent ports to get one "logical"


port. This port pair must always be completed before another pair
is created.

- The ports of a coupled pair must belong to the same announcement


group.

- The ports of a coupled pair must have successive port numbers,


whereby the lower number always has to be odd and the higher even.

- The total number of created time announcement lines belonging to the


same LTU:OCANEQ must not exceed 6 lines (3 pairs).

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a-b

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CR ANLN- 3+
CR ANLN
LTGANN
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

a: LINE TRUNK UNIT=


0...7, range of decimal numbers

b: CHANNEL=
0...31, range of decimal numbers

LNO LINE NUMBER

This parameter specifies the line number of the announcement line to be


created.

Standard Behavior: If no value is entered, the line will be given


the highest existing number available in the
announcement group plus 1. When the first line
is created, the value is set to 1.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...1000, range of decimal numbers

LCOS LINE CLASSES OF SERVICE

This parameter specifies the signaling type when creating an


announcement line, or changes the port construction type.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

(DIGSIG1 ) DIGITAL SIGNALING 01


1 1 Only possible on port construction type DIUPORT.
1DIGSIG101 DIGITAL SIGNALING 10
1 1 Only possible on port construction type DIUPORT.
1DIGSIG111 DIGITAL SIGNALING 11
1 1 Only possible on port construction type DIUPORT.
1DIGSIG121 DIGITAL SIGNALING 12
1 1 Only possible on port construction type DIUPORT.
1DIGSIG131 DIGITAL SIGNALING 13
1 1 Only possible on port construction type DIUPORT.
1DIGSIG141 DIGITAL SIGNALING 14
1 1 Only possible on port construction type DIUPORT.
1DIGSIG151 DIGITAL SIGNALING 15
1 1 Only possible on port construction type DIUPORT.
1DIGSIG161 DIGITAL SIGNALING 16
1 1 Only possible on port construction type DIUPORT.
1DIGSIG171 DIGITAL SIGNALING 17
1 1 Only possible on port construction type DIUPORT.
1DIGSIG181 DIGITAL SIGNALING 18
1 1 Only possible on port construction type DIUPORT.
1DIGSIG191 DIGITAL SIGNALING 19
1 1 Only possible on port construction type DIUPORT.
1DIGSIG2 1 DIGITAL SIGNALING 02
1 1 Only possible on port construction type DIUPORT.
1DIGSIG201 DIGITAL SIGNALING 20
1 1 Only possible on port construction type DIUPORT.
1DIGSIG211 DIGITAL SIGNALING 21
1 1 Only possible on port construction type DIUPORT.
1DIGSIG221 DIGITAL SIGNALING 22
1 1 Only possible on port construction type DIUPORT.
ZDIGSIG23Y DIGITAL SIGNALING 23
1 1 Only possible on port construction type DIUPORT.
1DIGSIG241 DIGITAL SIGNALING 24
1 1 Only possible on port construction type DIUPORT.
1DIGSIG251 DIGITAL SIGNALING 25
1 1 Only possible on port construction type DIUPORT.
1DIGSIG261 DIGITAL SIGNALING 26
1 1 Only possible on port construction type DIUPORT.
1DIGSIG271 DIGITAL SIGNALING 27
1 1 Only possible on port construction type DIUPORT.
1DIGSIG281 DIGITAL SIGNALING 28
1 1 Only possible on port construction type DIUPORT.
1DIGSIG291 DIGITAL SIGNALING 29
1 1 Only possible on port construction type DIUPORT.
1DIGSIG3 1 DIGITAL SIGNALING 03
1 1 Only possible on port construction type DIUPORT.
1DIGSIG301 DIGITAL SIGNALING 30
1 1 Only possible on port construction type DIUPORT.
1DIGSIG311 DIGITAL SIGNALING 31

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CR ANLN- 4+
CR ANLN
LTGANN
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

1 1 Only possible on port construction type DIUPORT.


1DIGSIG4 1 DIGITAL SIGNALING 04
1 1 Only possible on port construction type DIUPORT.
1DIGSIG5 1 DIGITAL SIGNALING 05
1 1 Only possible on port construction type DIUPORT.
1DIGSIG6 1 DIGITAL SIGNALING 06
1 1 Only possible on port construction type DIUPORT.
1DIGSIG7 1 DIGITAL SIGNALING 07
1 1 Only possible on port construction type DIUPORT.
1DIGSIG8 1 DIGITAL SIGNALING 08
1 1 Only possible on port construction type DIUPORT.
1DIGSIG9 1 DIGITAL SIGNALING 09
1 1 Only possible on port construction type DIUPORT.
*UIPRT + USER INTERACTION PORT
This value indicates a port for user interaction.
It is only possible on port construction type
INDASPRT. The announcement group must have been
created with input format OCINDANN.
The port construction type will be changed to
UIPRT.

BLK BLOCKING

This parameter specifies the blocking of the announcement line.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

<ADMIN > ADMINISTRATIVE BLOCK


< > This announcement line is administratively
< > blocked.
<MAINT > MAINTENANCE BLOCK
This announcement line is blocked for maintenance
purposes.

SEIZMX SEIZURE COUNTER MAXIMUM VALUE

This parameter specifies the maximum number of subscribers that can


simultaneously be connected to the announcement line.
Notes:
- For individual announcements only value 1 is allowed.
- For time and for non barge-in announcements value 1 is not allowed.
- The entered value is not relevant in case of stand alone service
announcements.

Standard Behavior: If no value is entered, in case of individual


announcements the default value will be set to 1,
otherwise it will be set to 16.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...16, range of decimal numbers

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CR ANLN- 5-
DISP ANLN

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

DISPLAY ANNOUNCEMENT LINE

This command displays the announcement line specific data.

Prerequisite:
- The specified announcement group(s) must already exist.

All combinations of linked trunk group numbers and linked line numbers or a
range of line numbers are possible.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DISP ANLN : TGNO= [,LNO=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

TGNO TRUNK GROUP NUMBER

This parameter specifies the trunk group number(s) of the announcement


group(s) to be addressed.

Up to 34 trunk group numbers may be linked.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...6 characters from the


symbolic name character set

LNO LINE NUMBER

This parameter specifies the line number(s) of the announcement line(s)


to be displayed.

Up to 34 line numbers or ranges of line numbers may be linked.

Standard Behavior: If this parameter is not entered, all announcement


lines within the specified announcement group(s)
will be displayed.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


a value-range by linking two values with &&.
Multiple values and/or ranges can be linked with &.

1...1000, range of decimal numbers

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP ANLN- 1-


STAT ANLN

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

DISPLAY STATUS OF ANNOUNCEMENT LINE

This command displays the transient states and the seizure counters for one
or more or all lines of one or all announcement trunk groups.

This command may start a long-running job. It can be stopped with STOP JOB: JN=
<job number>.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 STAT ANLN : TGNO= [,LNO=] [,STATUS= [,MODE=]] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

TGNO TRUNK GROUP NUMBER

This parameter specifies the trunk group number.

Notes:
- The administration assigns trunk group numbers for recorded
announcement groups, trunk groups and test equipment groups.
- The trunk group number is used in the sequence as a search criterion
for a specific group in the system.
- Only alphanumeric characters are permitted for this parameter.
- All trunk group numbers can be assigned with X.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 characters from the


symbolic name character set

LNO LINE NUMBER

This parameter specifies the line number of the recorded announcement


group.

Notes:
- Up to 32 LNO parameter values can be chained as input.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...16383, range of decimal numbers

STATUS TRANSIENT RCA TRUNK STATE

This parameter specifies the status of a recorded announcement group.


The default value of this parameter is X.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

OUT BUSY OUTGOING


INT BUSY INTERNAL
PBMS PORT BLOCKED BY MANUAL SWITCH
BBAC BLOCK BACKWARD
BPRM BLOCK PERMANENT
BMNT BLOCK MAINTENANCE
BADM BLOCK ADMINISTRATIVE
CADM CAMPED ON ADMINISTRATION
NLTG NOT ACCESSIBLE LTG
NDIU NOT ACCESSIBLE DIU
NPRT NOT ACCESSIBLE PORT
NCAR NOT ACCESSIBLE CARRIER
NMNT NOT ACCESSIBLE MAINTENANCE
NMNI NAC MAINTENANCE INDICATION
AUD AUDIT
MLTG MAINTENANCE BLOCKED LTG
MDIU MAINTENANCE BLOCKED DIU

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 STAT ANLN- 1+


STAT ANLN

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

MPRT MAINTENANCE BLOCKED PORT


CLTG CONDITIONALLY BLOCKED LTG
CDIU CONDITIONALLY BLOCKED DIU
CPRT CONDITIONALLY BLOCKED PORT
IDLE IDLE STATUS
GBAD GROUP BLOCKED ADMIN
GBMT GROUP BLOCKED MAINT
X ENTIRE RANGE OF PARAM. VALUES
BSTC TRANSMISSION CHANNEL BLOCKED

MODE SEARCH MODE

This parameter specifies the search mode.


This parameter can be set up only together with the STATUS parameter.
With this parameter announcement lines with special status values can
be restricted.
The default value is ANY.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

ANY ANY MATCH


ALL ALL MATCHES
ONLY EXACT STATUS MATCH
SUBSET SUBSET OF RESPECTIVE STATE SET

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 STAT ANLN- 2-


DISP ANPREV

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

DISPLAY INDIV. ANNOUNCEMENT PRESET VALUE

This command displays the preset values


- number of announcement cycles NUMCYC
- flag for special information tone SIT
or
- modification to lower voice MODLOWER
which are only used by individual announcements.

This command may start a long-running job. It can be stopped with STOP JOB: JN=
<job number>.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DISP ANPREV : IFU= ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

IFU INDAS FUNCTION

This parameter specifies the INDAS function used to select


individual announcements.

Up to 8 values and/or ranges can be linked.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


a value-range by linking two values with &&.
Multiple values and/or ranges can be linked with &.

X ALL INDAS FUNCTIONS


CHGDNIND IFU ANN CHANGED DN
Individual announcement if the B-side
directory number has changed.
WUPCAS IFU WAKEUP CASUAL
Individual announcement used as a positive
acknowledgement when a casual wakeup call is
requested by subscriber controlled input.
WUPDAY IFU WAKEUP DAILY
Individual announcement used as a positive
acknowledgement when a daily wakeup call is
requested by subscriber controlled input.
WUPWEEK IFU WAKEUP WEEKLY
Individual announcement used as a positive
acknowledgement when a weekly wakeup call is
requested by subscriber controlled input.
ANNCDVDN IFU ANN CALL DIVERSION DN
Individual announcement used as a call
diversion acknowledgement after successful
activation of call forwarding or for data
query by subscriber controlled input.
SWUPCAS IFU SHIFT WAKEUP CASUAL
Individual announcement used as a positive
acknowledgement when a casual wakeup call is
requested by subscriber controlled input
but the wakeup time is shifted.
A wakeup call is shifted automatically if lack
of resources in the timer interval has occurred.
SWUPDAY IFU SHIFT WAKEUP DAILY
Individual announcement used as a positive
acknowledgement when a daily wakeup call is
requested by subscriber controlled input
but the wakeup time is shifted.
A wakeup call is shifted automatically if lack
of resources in the timer interval has occurred.
CFIACATC IFU CF INDIV ANN CAT COMPOSED
Individual announcement for announcement texts
based on a text element dictionary,
used by a subscriber to divert incoming calls
to his private announcement (previously defined
by the operator combining the related text
elements)
or used for project specific routing dependent

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP ANPREV- 1+


DISP ANPREV

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

announcement.
CHCPTIND IFU ANN CHANGED CPT
Individual announcement used as an information
if a destination code number has changed.
ANNCHARG IFU ANN OF CHARGE
Individual announcement used as an automatic
verbal information of the charge for an
outgoing call after it has been completed
and the subscriber has released.
ANNDINUM IFU ANN RETRIEVED DN
Individual announcement used as an automatic
information of the directory number retrieved
by an operator for national or international
enquiry.
ANNSCLDN IFU ANN SCREENING DN
Individual announcement for individual
screening list of directory numbers,
used as a positive acknowledgement for
data query by subscriber controlled input.
ANNAUTGR IFU ANN AUTOMATIC GREETING
Individual announcement played to a subscriber
after the call has been forwarded to an operator
and before the subscriber is connected to the
operator’s headset.
ANNARDN IFU ANN AUTOMATIC RECALL
Individual announcement fed in as an information
about the stored A party number if requested by
subscriber controlled input.
SWUPWEEK IFU SHIFT WAKEUP WEEKLY
Individual announcement used as a positive
acknowledgement when a weekly wakeup call is
requested by subscriber controlled input
but the wakeup time is shifted.
A wakeup call is shifted automatically if lack
of resources in the timer interval has occurred.
ANNQINF IFU ANN QUE INFO
Individual announcement used as an information
about the current queue position in an ADMOSS
or CENTREX queue and/or the estimated delay
time.
ANNSCLIM IFU ANN SCLIM
Individual announcement for subscriber credit
limit supervision, used as an information in
case of interrogation by subscriber controlled
input.

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP ANPREV- 2-


MOD ANPREV
ANNCYC
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

MODIFY INDIV. ANNOUNCEMENT PRESET VALUE

This command modifies preset values which are only used by


individual announcements.

This command is normally logged.

THIS COMMAND HAS FOLLOWING INPUT FORMATS :

1. MOD ANPREV - ANNCYC ANNOUNCEMENT CYCLE VALUES


2. MOD ANPREV - MODLOWER MODIFICATION TO LOWER VOICE

1. Input format

ANNOUNCEMENT CYCLE VALUES

This input format modifies the preset values


- number of announcement cycles NUMCYC
- flag for special information tone SIT
of individual announcements.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 MOD ANPREV : IFU= <,NUMCYC= ,SIT=> Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

IFU INDAS FUNCTION

This parameter specifies the INDAS function used to select


individual announcements.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

(ANNARDN ) IFU ANN AUTOMATIC RECALL


1 1 Individual announcement fed in as an information
1 1 about the stored A party number if requested by
1 1 subscriber controlled input.
1ANNAUTGR1 IFU ANN AUTOMATIC GREETING
1 1 Individual announcement played to a subscriber
1 1 after the call has been forwarded to an operator
1 1 and before the subscriber is connected to the
1 1 operator’s headset.
1ANNCDVDN1 IFU ANN CALL DIVERSION DN
1 1 Individual announcement used as a call
1 1 diversion acknowledgement after successful
1 1 activation of call forwarding or for data
1 1 query by subscriber controlled input.
1ANNCHARG1 IFU ANN OF CHARGE
1 1 Individual announcement used as an automatic
1 1 verbal information of the charge for an
1 1 outgoing call after it has been completed
1 1 and the subscriber has released.
1ANNDINUM1 IFU ANN RETRIEVED DN
1 1 Individual announcement used as an automatic
1 1 information of the directory number retrieved
1 1 by an operator for national or international
1 1 enquiry.
1ANNQINF 1 IFU ANN QUE INFO
1 1 Individual announcement used as an information
1 1 about the current queue position in an ADMOSS
1 1 or CENTREX queue and/or the estimated delay
1 1 time.
1ANNSCLDN1 IFU ANN SCREENING DN
1 1 Individual announcement for individual
1 1 screening list of directory numbers,
1 1 used as a positive acknowledgement for
1 1 data query by subscriber controlled input.
1ANNSCLIM1 IFU ANN SCLIM
1 1 Individual announcement for subscriber credit
Z Y limit supervision, used as an information in

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 MOD ANPREV- 1+


MOD ANPREV
ANNCYC
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1 1 case of interrogation by subscriber controlled


1 1 input.
1CHCPTIND1 IFU ANN CHANGED CPT
1 1 Individual announcement used as an information
1 1 if a destination code number has changed.
1CHGDNIND1 IFU ANN CHANGED DN
1 1 Individual announcement if the B-side
1 1 directory number has changed.
1SWUPCAS 1 IFU SHIFT WAKEUP CASUAL
1 1 Individual announcement used as a positive
1 1 acknowledgement when a casual wakeup call is
1 1 requested by subscriber controlled input
1 1 but the wakeup time is shifted.
1 1 A wakeup call is shifted automatically if lack
1 1 of resources in the timer interval has occurred.
1SWUPDAY 1 IFU SHIFT WAKEUP DAILY
1 1 Individual announcement used as a positive
1 1 acknowledgement when a daily wakeup call is
1 1 requested by subscriber controlled input
1 1 but the wakeup time is shifted.
1 1 A wakeup call is shifted automatically if lack
1 1 of resources in the timer interval has occurred.
1SWUPWEEK1 IFU SHIFT WAKEUP WEEKLY
1 1 Individual announcement used as a positive
1 1 acknowledgement when a weekly wakeup call is
1 1 requested by subscriber controlled input
1 1 but the wakeup time is shifted.
1 1 A wakeup call is shifted automatically if lack
1 1 of resources in the timer interval has occurred.
1WUPCAS 1 IFU WAKEUP CASUAL
1 1 Individual announcement used as a positive
1 1 acknowledgement when a casual wakeup call is
1 1 requested by subscriber controlled input.
1WUPDAY 1 IFU WAKEUP DAILY
1 1 Individual announcement used as a positive
1 1 acknowledgement when a daily wakeup call is
1 1 requested by subscriber controlled input.
*WUPWEEK + IFU WAKEUP WEEKLY
Individual announcement used as a positive
acknowledgement when a weekly wakeup call is
requested by subscriber controlled input.

NUMCYC NUMBER OF ANNOUNCEMENT CYCLES

This parameter specifies the number of announcement cycles


for an individual announcement.

Notes:
NUMCYC = 0 results in announcement running until
the listener hangs up.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...127, range of decimal numbers

SIT SPECIAL INFORMATION TONE

This parameter determines whether each language of any announcement


cycle has to start with the special information tone or not.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

(N ) NO SPECIAL INFORMATION TONE


ZNO Y NO SPECIAL INFORMATION TONE
1Y 1 YES SPECIAL INFORMATION TONE
*YES + YES SPECIAL INFORMATION TONE

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 MOD ANPREV- 2+


MOD ANPREV
MODLOWER
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

2. Input format

MODIFICATION TO LOWER VOICE

This input format modifies the preset value


- modification to lower voice MODLOWER
which is used for announcements based on a text element dictionary.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 MOD ANPREV : IFU= ,MODLOWER= Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

IFU INDAS FUNCTION

This parameter specifies the INDAS function used to select


individual announcements.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

CFIACATC IFU CF INDIV ANN CAT COMPOSED


Individual announcement for announcement texts
based on a text element dictionary,
used by a subscriber to divert incoming calls
to his private announcement (previously defined
by the operator combining the related text
elements)
or used for project specific routing dependent
announcement.

MODLOWER MODIFICATION TO LOWER VOICE

This parameter determines whether the modification to lower voice


is active or not. It is only valid for announcements based on a
text element dictionary.

Notes:
Unit b is mandatory if the modification to lower voice is set to
active. Otherwise it is not allowed.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a[-b]

a: MODLOWER VALIDATION FLAG


(N ) NO MODIFICATION TO LOWER VOICE
ZNO Y NO MODIFICATION TO LOWER VOICE
1Y 1 MODIFICATION TO LOWER VOICE
*YES + MODIFICATION TO LOWER VOICE

b: MODLOWER OFFSET=
1...4094, range of decimal numbers

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 MOD ANPREV- 3-


CAN ANTXT

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

CANCEL ANNOUNCEMENT TEXT

This command cancels a definition of an announcement text of OCANEQ


(Operationally Controlled Equipment for Announcement).
When the definitions of all official languages are canceled, the
textnumber and its data (use if the special information tone,
number of announcement cycles) is canceled too.

This command is normally logged.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 CAN ANTXT : TXTNO= [,LANGUAGE=] Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

TXTNO TEXT NUMBER

This parameter specifies the number of the selected announcement


text.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...9999, range of decimal numbers

LANGUAGE LANGUAGE OF ANNOUCEMENT TEXT

This parameter specifies one of up to four official languages


for the announcement text.

Default: Announcement text is canceled for all official


languages.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

LAN1 FIRST OFFICIAL LANGUAGE


LAN2 SECOND OFFICIAL LANGUAGE
LAN3 THIRD OFFICIAL LANGUAGE
LAN4 FOURTH OFFICIAL LANGUAGE

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CAN ANTXT- 1-


CR ANTXT

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

CREATE ANNOUNCEMENT TEXT

This command creates definitions of an announcement text (in up


to four languages) by combining numbers of text parts that are
available on OCANEQ (Operationally Controlled Equipment for
Announcement).

This command is normally logged.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 CR ANTXT : TXTNO= <,TXTLAN1= ,TXTLAN2= ,TXTLAN3= ,TXTLAN4=> 1
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 [,SIT=] [,NUMCYC=] Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

TXTNO TEXT NUMBER

This parameter specifies the number of the selected announcement


text.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...9999, range of decimal numbers

TXTLAN1 TEXT DATA OF FIRST LANGUAGE

This parameter specifies the components of an


announcement text for the first official language:
- Numbers of the elements (words or phrases) on OCANEQ
- Digit strings (e.g. telephone numbers) which are
converted to their corresponding text element numbers
automatically. They start with ’#’.
These components are connected by ’+’.
Example: TXTLAN1 = "4+16+#73154+50".
The maximum number of text elements is 50.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...72 characters from the


text string character set, enclosed in "

TXTLAN2 TEXT DATA OF SECOND LANGUAGE

This parameter specifies the components of an


announcement text for the second official language:
- Numbers of the elements (words or phrases) on OCANEQ
- Digit strings (e.g. telephone numbers) which are
converted to their corresponding text element numbers
automatically. They start with ’#’.
These components are connected by ’+’.
Example: TXTLAN2 = "4+16+#73154+50".
The maximum number of text elements is 50.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...72 characters from the


text string character set, enclosed in "

TXTLAN3 TEXT DATA OF THIRD LANGUAGE

This parameter specifies the components of an


announcement text for the third official language:
- Numbers of the elements (words or phrases) on OCANEQ
- Digit strings (e.g. telephone numbers) which are
converted to their corresponding text element numbers
automatically. They start with ’#’.

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CR ANTXT- 1+
CR ANTXT

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

These components are connected by ’+’.


Example: TXTLAN3 = "4+16+#73154+50".
The maximum number of text elements is 50.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...72 characters from the


text string character set, enclosed in "

TXTLAN4 TEXT DATA OF FOURTH LANGUAGE

This parameter specifies the components of an


announcement text for the fourth official language:
- Numbers of the elements (words or phrases) on OCANEQ
- Digit strings (e.g. telephone numbers) which are
converted to their corresponding text element numbers
automatically. They start with ’#’.
These components are connected by ’+’.
Example: TXTLAN4 = "4+16+#73154+50".
The maximum number of text elements is 50.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...72 characters from the


text string character set, enclosed in "

SIT SPECIAL INFORMATION TONE

This parameter determines whether the announcement text in every


language has to start with the special information tone or not.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

NO NO SPECIAL INFORMATION TONE


N NO SPECIAL INFORMATION TONE
YES YES SPECIAL INFORMATION TONE
Y YES SPECIAL INFORMATION TONE

Default: NO

NUMCYC NUMBER OF ANNOUNCEMENT CYCLES

This parameter specifies the number of announcement cycles for an


individual announcement.

Notes:
NUMCYC = 0 results in announcement running until the listener hangs up.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...127, range of decimal numbers

Default: 0

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CR ANTXT- 2-
DISP ANTXT

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

DISPLAY ANNOUNCEMENT TEXT

This command displays the definitions of announcement texts of OCANEQ


(Operationally Controlled Equipment of Announcement).

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DISP ANTXT : [TXTNO=] [,LANGUAGE=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

TXTNO TEXT NUMBER

This parameter specifies those numbers of the announcement texts


that shall be displayed.

Up to 10 parameter values can be linked by ’&’.

Default: All announcement texts

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


a value-range by linking two values with &&.
Multiple values and/or ranges can be linked with &.

1...9999, range of decimal numbers

LANGUAGE LANGUAGE OF ANNOUCEMENT TEXT

This parameter specifies one of up to four official languages


for the annoucement texts.

Default: The announcement texts are displayed for all the


languages for which they are defined.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

LAN1 FIRST OFFICIAL LANGUAGE


LAN2 SECOND OFFICIAL LANGUAGE
LAN3 THIRD OFFICIAL LANGUAGE
LAN4 FOURTH OFFICIAL LANGUAGE

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP ANTXT- 1-


MOD ANTXT

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

MODIFY ANNOUNCEMENT TEXT

This command modifies a definition of an announcement text (in up


to four languages) by combining numbers of text parts that are
available on OCANEQ (Operationally Controlled Equipment for
Announcement).
Modifications of the number of announcement cycles and the use of
the special information tone are valid for all languages.

This command is normally logged.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 MOD ANTXT : TXTNO= <,TXTLAN1= ,TXTLAN2= ,TXTLAN3= ,TXTLAN4= 1
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 ,SIT= ,NUMCYC=> Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

TXTNO TEXT NUMBER

This parameter specifies the number of the selected announcement


text.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...9999, range of decimal numbers

TXTLAN1 TEXT DATA OF FIRST LANGUAGE

This parameter specifies the components of an


announcement text for the first official language:
- Numbers of the elements (words or phrases) on OCANEQ
- Digit strings (e.g. telephone numbers) which are
converted to their corresponding text element numbers
automatically. They start with ’#’.
These components are connected by ’+’.
Example: TXTLAN1 = "4+16+#73154+50".
The maximum number of text elements is 50.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...72 characters from the


text string character set, enclosed in "

TXTLAN2 TEXT DATA OF SECOND LANGUAGE

This parameter specifies the components of an


announcement text for the second official language:
- Numbers of the elements (words or phrases) on OCANEQ
- Digit strings (e.g. telephone numbers) which are
converted to their corresponding text element numbers
automatically. They start with ’#’.
These components are connected by ’+’.
Example: TXTLAN2 = "4+16+#73154+50".
The maximum number of text elements is 50.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...72 characters from the


text string character set, enclosed in "

TXTLAN3 TEXT DATA OF THIRD LANGUAGE

This parameter specifies the components of an


announcement text for the third official language:
- Numbers of the elements (words or phrases) on OCANEQ
- Digit strings (e.g. telephone numbers) which are

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 MOD ANTXT- 1+


MOD ANTXT

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

converted to their corresponding text element numbers


automatically. They start with ’#’.
These components are connected by ’+’.
Example: TXTLAN3 = "4+16+#73154+50".
The maximum number of text elements is 50.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...72 characters from the


text string character set, enclosed in "

TXTLAN4 TEXT DATA OF FOURTH LANGUAGE

This parameter specifies the components of an


announcement text for the fourth official language:
- Numbers of the elements (words or phrases) on OCANEQ
- Digit strings (e.g. telephone numbers) which are
converted to their corresponding text element numbers
automatically. They start with ’#’.
These components are connected by ’+’.
Example: TXTLAN4 = "4+16+#73154+50".
The maximum number of text elements is 50.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...72 characters from the


text string character set, enclosed in "

SIT SPECIAL INFORMATION TONE

This parameter determines whether the announcement text in every


language has to start with the special information tone or not.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

NO NO SPECIAL INFORMATION TONE


N NO SPECIAL INFORMATION TONE
YES YES SPECIAL INFORMATION TONE
Y YES SPECIAL INFORMATION TONE

NUMCYC NUMBER OF ANNOUNCEMENT CYCLES

This parameter specifies the number of announcement cycles for an


individual announcement.

Notes:
NUMCYC = 0 results in announcement running until the listener hangs up.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...127, range of decimal numbers

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 MOD ANTXT- 2-


CAN APPL

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

CANCEL APPLICATION

This command cancels all information concerning the specified application.


Notes:
- NEATT data network:
When this command is entered, the server concerned is sent a message
informing it of the modification to the database (providing that it is
registered). If the server acknowledges this modification negatively,
the command will not be executed.
- OSI data network:
If this command is entered for remote applications, the local application
concerned (providing it is registered) is sent a message informing
it of the modification to the database. If the local application
acknowledges this modification negatively, the command will not be
executed.

Caution: The execution of this command may compromise the regular operation of
the exchange!

This command is normally logged.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 CAN APPL : APPLID= ,PRONAM= ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

APPLID APPLICATION IDENTIFICATION

This parameter specifies the identification of the application in


an OSS
OMTA
OMTS
ANSI
SSP
and CPE
processor type.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...5 characters from the


symbolic name character set

PRONAM PROCESSOR NAME

This parameter specifies the symbolic processor name.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...8 characters from the


text string character set, enclosed in "

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CAN APPL- 1-


CR APPL
CRNEAAPL
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

CREATE APPLICATION

This command is used to create applications in processors.


- NEATT data network:
When this command is entered, a message is sent to the server concerned,
informing it of the database modification (providing the server is
registered). If the server acknowledges this modification negatively,
the command will not be executed.
- OSI and IP data network:
If this command is entered for remote applications, a message is sent to
the local application concerned, informing it of the database modification
(providing the local application is registered). If the local application
acknowledges this modification negatively, the command will not be
executed.
The servers are the local partners from remote applications in the NEATT
data network. They only report in a special table of the databases.The
difference between servers and local applications is that local applications
must be additionally created via command CR APPL. Local applications
are only used in data networks with OSI or IP addressing.

This command is normally logged.

THIS COMMAND HAS FOLLOWING INPUT FORMATS :

1. CR APPL - CRNEAAPL CREATE NEA APPLICATIONS


2. CR APPL - CROSIAPL CREATE OSI APPLICATIONS

1. Input format

CREATE NEA APPLICATIONS

Input format for NEA applications.


When this command is entered, a message is sent to the server concerned,
informing it of the database modification (providing the server is
registered). If the server acknowledges this modification negatively,
the command will not be executed.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 CR APPL : APPLID= ,PRONAM= ,ADRNAM= [,SSID=] [,PSID=] 1
1 1
1 [,SERVID=] [,AUT=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

APPLID APPLICATION IDENTIFICATION

This parameter specifies the application


in an OSS
OMTA
OMTS
ANSI
SSP
and CPE
processor type.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...5 characters from the


symbolic name character set

PRONAM PROCESSOR NAME

This parameter specifies the symbolic processor name.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...8 characters from the


text string character set, enclosed in "

ADRNAM ADDRESS NAME

This parameter specifies the symbolic name for an address which

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CR APPL- 1+
CR APPL
CRNEAAPL
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has been defined by CR NEATSADR or CR OSIADR or CR IPADR.

Notes:
- The first three characters of the name must be ’NEA’ or ’OSI’
or ’IPA’.
- Any characters can be chosen for the rest of the name.
- In the OSI data network a maximum of sixteen addresses can be
specified.
- If the entered address is an IP-address only one address is
allowed.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...8 characters from the


symbolic name character set

SSID SESSION SERVICE IDENTIFICATION

This parameter specifies the name of the session layer for


file transfer jobs (layer 5 in the ISO reference model).

Notes:
- Default: "FJAM" (only valid for PROTYP=
SSP
DCPSR
DCPDR
PDCPSR
PDCPDR
DCPXSR
DCPXDR
BS2
MVS
OMTD
OMTX
for all NEAB applications).

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...8 characters from the


text string character set, enclosed in "

PSID PRESENTATION PROCESSOR ID

This parameter specifies the name of the presentation layer for


file transfer jobs (layer 6 in the ISO reference model).

Notes:
- Default: "NDMS" (only valid for PROTYP=
SSP
DCPSR
DCPDR
PDCPSR
PDCPDR
DCPXSR
DCPXDR
BS2
MVS
OMTD
OMTX
for all NEAB applications).

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...8 characters from the


text string character set, enclosed in "

SERVID SERVER IDENTIFICATION

This parameter specifies the name of the server responsible for


the applications which have been entered.

Notes:
- Only those servers already registered in the CLS database can
be assigned to the applications ( not to be used with
OSI-addresses).
- The parameter SERVID specifies the service identification

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CR APPL- 2+
CR APPL
CRNEAAPL
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

associated with the application. The local application is to


be taken from the software module specific documentation.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...5 characters from the


symbolic name character set

AUT AUTHORIZATION

This parameter specifies the authorization name for an external


application.

Prerequisites:
- The authorization name must previously be created using the
command ENTR AUT.

Notes:
- The authorization must be specified for dialog applications.
- This parameter can be entered only for remote applications.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 characters from the


symbolic name character set

Default: 0

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CR APPL- 3+
CR APPL
CROSIAPL
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

2. Input format

CREATE OSI APPLICATIONS

Input format for OSI applications.


If the command is entered for remote applications, a message is sent to
the local application concerned, informing it of the database modification
(providing the local application is registered). If the local application
acknowledges this modification negatively, the command will not be
executed.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 CR APPL : APPLID= ,PRONAM= ,ADRNAM= [,LOCAPL=] [,PORTNR=] 1
1 1
1 [,SPROCESS=] [,AUT=] [,TSEL=] [,SSEL=] [,PSEL=] 1
1 1
1 X( )= 1
1 11,AET=11 1
1 [,MUX=] 1Z,APQ=Y1 [,AEQ=] [,APPLC=] ; 1
1 11 11 1
1 >* +W 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

APPLID APPLICATION IDENTIFICATION

This parameter specifies the application


in an OSS
OMTA
OMTS
ANSI
SSP
and CPE
processor type.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...5 characters from the


symbolic name character set

PRONAM PROCESSOR NAME

This parameter specifies the symbolic processor name.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...8 characters from the


text string character set, enclosed in "

ADRNAM ADDRESS NAME

This parameter specifies the symbolic name for an address which


has been defined by CR NEATSADR or CR OSIADR or CR IPADR.

Notes:
- The first three characters of the name must be ’NEA’ or ’OSI’
or ’IPA’.
- Any characters can be chosen for the rest of the name.
- In the OSI data network a maximum of sixteen addresses can be
specified.
- If the entered address is an IP-address only one address is
allowed.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...8 characters from the


symbolic name character set

LOCAPL LOCAL APPLICATION

This parameter specifies the name of the corresponding


local application.

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CR APPL- 4+
CR APPL
CROSIAPL
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

Notes:
- This parameter can be entered only for remote
applications connected via TCP/IP.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...5 characters from the


symbolic name character set

PORTNR PORTNUMBER

This parameter specifies application specific portnumbers.

Notes:
- The parameter can be entered only for remote applications
connected via TCP/IP.
- If the parameter is not entered the default value 102 will
be administrated.
- The value of the portnumber can be an integer value from
0 to 32767.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...32767, range of decimal numbers

Default: 102

SPROCESS SERVER PROCESS

This parameter specifies the name of the server process


which supports the entered application.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...5 characters from the


symbolic name character set

AUT AUTHORIZATION

This parameter specifies the authorization name for an external


application.

Prerequisites:
- The authorization name must previously be created using the
command ENTR AUT.

Notes:
- The authorization must be specified for dialog applications.
- This parameter can be entered only for remote applications.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 characters from the


symbolic name character set

Default: 0

TSEL TRANSPORT SELECTOR

This parameter specifies the Transport Layer Entity.


In case of OSI applications that do not allow the use of selectors
this parameter can not be entered.

Notes:
-Only hexadecimal values (numbers from 0 to 9 and characters
from A to F) are allowed.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...64 characters from the


symbolic name character set

SSEL SESSION SELECTOR

This parameter specifies the Session Layer Entity.


In case of OSI applications that do not allow the use of selectors
this parameter can not be entered.

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CR APPL- 5+
CR APPL
CROSIAPL
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

Notes:
-Only hexadecimal values (numbers from 0 to 9 and characters
from A to F) are allowed.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...32 characters from the


symbolic name character set

PSEL PRESENTATION SELECTOR

This parameter specifies the Presentation Layer Entity.


In case of OSI applications that do not allow the use of selectors
this parameter can not be entered.

Notes:
-Only hexadecimal values (numbers from 0 to 9 and characters
from A to F) are allowed.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...32 characters from the


symbolic name character set

MUX MULTIPLEX SIGN

This parameter specifies if a remote application can be multiplexed


or not.
If this parameter is not entered the value is set to NO. This means
that the application cannot be multiplexed.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

Y MULTIPLEX ALLOWED
YES MULTIPLEX ALLOWED

AET APPLICATION ENTITY TITLE

This parameter is an additional identification of the


application.
A maximum of 16 parameter values can be linked with &.

Notes:
- For the first component only the values 0, 1 and
2 are allowed.
- For the second component only a value from 0 to
39 is allowed.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

0...2147483647, range of decimal numbers

APQ APPLICATION PROCESS QUALIFIER

The application process qualifier is a part of the


application entity title and specifies the application
on a specific processor.

Notes:
-The parameter APQ can only be entered for applications
with a server process on a processor with system title.
-The maximum length of APQ is 14 components.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

0...2147483647, range of decimal numbers

AEQ APPLICATION ENTITY QUALIFIER

This parameter is a part of the application entity title.

Notes:
-This parameter can only be entered if the parameter
APQ has been entered, too.

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CR APPL- 6+
CR APPL
CROSIAPL
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...2147483646, range of decimal numbers

APPLC APPLICATION CONTEXT

This parameter specifies the application context.


A maximum of 16 parameter values can be linked with &.

Notes:
- The parameter can only be entered for local Q3-application.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

0...2147483647, range of decimal numbers

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CR APPL- 7-
DISP APPL

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

DISPLAY APPLICATION

This command displays information about:


- one application in a processor, or
- all applications in a processor, or
- all known applications.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DISP APPL : APPLID= [,PRONAM=] [,ALL=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

APPLID APPLICATION IDENTIFICATION

This parameter specifies the identification of the application in all


processors.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...5 characters from the


symbolic name character set

PRONAM PROCESSOR NAME

This parameter specifies the symbolic processor name.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...8 characters from the


text string character set, enclosed in "

ALL ALL INFORMATION

This parameter specifies if only short information (NO)


or all information (YES) about the application will be
displayed.
If the parameter is not entered, the short information
will be displayed.
YES can only be entered for a specified application.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

Y DISPLAY ALL INFORMATION


YES DISPLAY ALL INFORMATION
N DISPLAY SHORT INFORMATION
NO DISPLAY SHORT INFORMATION

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP APPL- 1-


MOD APPL
MDNEAAPL
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

MODIFY APPLICATION

This command modifies information concerning applications which have


been entered.
- NEATT data network:
If no default application is present, a message is sent to the
server concerned, informing it of the database modification
(providing the server is registered). If the server acknowledges
this modification negatively, the command will not be executed.
- OSI and IP data network:
If this command is entered for remote applications, a message
is sent to the local application concerned, informing it of the
database modification (providing the local application is
registered). If the local application acknowledges this modification
negatively, the command will not be executed.
- The authorization (parameter AUT) can also be modified in the
case of default applications.
- The names of the message and data description levels (parameters
SSID and PSID) can also be modified in the case of default
applications.
- In case of default applications, the address name cannot be
modified by the MOD APPL command. The MOD PRO command has to be
used.

Caution: The execution of this command may compromise the regular operation of
the exchange!

This command is normally logged.

THIS COMMAND HAS FOLLOWING INPUT FORMATS :

1. MOD APPL - MDNEAAPL MODIFY NEA APPLICATIONS


2. MOD APPL - MDOSIAPL MODIFY OSI APPLICATIONS

1. Input format

MODIFY NEA APPLICATIONS

Input format for NEA applications.


If no default application is present, a message is sent to the
server concerned, informing it of the database modification
(providing the server is registered). If the server acknowledges
this modification negatively, the command will not be executed.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 MOD APPL : APPLID= ,PRONAM= [,ADRNAM=] [,AUT=] [,SSID=] 1
1 1
1 [,PSID=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

APPLID APPLICATION IDENTIFICATION

This parameter specifies the application


in an OSS
OMTA
OMTS
ANSI
SSP
and CPE
processor type.

n
n/o

n, o: new, old parameter value =

1...5 characters from the


symbolic name character set

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 MOD APPL- 1+


MOD APPL
MDNEAAPL
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

PRONAM PROCESSOR NAME

This parameter specifies the symbolic processor name.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...8 characters from the


text string character set, enclosed in "

ADRNAM ADDRESS NAME

This parameter specifies the symbolic name for an address which


has been defined by CR NEATSADR or CR OSIADR or CR IPADR.

Notes:
- The first three characters of the name must be ’NEA’ or ’OSI’
or ’IPA’.
Any characters can be chosen for the rest of the name.
- Only in OSI data network can a maximum of sixteen addresses be
specified.
- If the entered address is an IP-address only one address is
allowed.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...8 characters from the


symbolic name character set

AUT AUTHORIZATION

This parameter specifies the authorization name for an external


application.

Prerequisites:
- The authorization name must be created previously.

Notes:
- This parameter can be entered only for remote applications.

n/o

n, o: new, old parameter value =

1...6 characters from the


symbolic name character set

SSID SESSION SERVICE IDENTIFICATION

This parameter specifies the name of the session layer for


file transfer jobs (layer 5 in the ISO reference model).

Notes:
- Default: "FJAM" (only valid for PROTYP=
SSP
DCPSR
DCPDR
PDCPSR
PDCPDR
DCPXSR
DCPXDR
BS2
MVS
OMTD
OMTX
for all NEAB applications).

n/o

n, o: new, old parameter value =

1...8 characters from the


text string character set, enclosed in "

PSID PRESENTATION PROCESSOR ID

This parameter specifies the name of the presentation layer for

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 MOD APPL- 2+


MOD APPL
MDNEAAPL
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

file transfer jobs (layer 6 in the ISO reference model).

Notes:
- Default: "NDMS" (only valid for PROTYP=
SSP
DCPSR
DCPDR
PDCPSR
PDCPDR
DCPXSR
DCPXDR
BS2
MVS
OMTD
OMTX
for all NEAB applications).

n/o

n, o: new, old parameter value =

1...8 characters from the


text string character set, enclosed in "

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 MOD APPL- 3+


MOD APPL
MDOSIAPL
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

2. Input format

MODIFY OSI APPLICATIONS

Input format for OSI applications.


If the command is entered for remote applications, a message is
sent to the local application concerned, informing it of the
database modification (providing the local application is
registered). If the application acknowledges this modification
negatively, the command will not be executed.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 MOD APPL : APPLID= ,PRONAM= [,ADRNAM=] [,AUT=] [,OTSEL=] 1
1 1
1 [,OSSEL=] [,OPSEL=] [,NTSEL=] [,NSSEL=] [,NPSEL=] 1
1 1
1 [,MUX=] [,OAET=] [,NAET=] [,OAPQ=] [,NAPQ=] 1
1 1
1 [,OAEQ=] [,NAEQ=] [,OAPPLC=] [,NAPPLC=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

APPLID APPLICATION IDENTIFICATION

This parameter specifies the application


in an OSS
OMTA
OMTS
ANSI
SSP
and CPE
processor type.

n
n/o

n, o: new, old parameter value =

1...5 characters from the


symbolic name character set

PRONAM PROCESSOR NAME

This parameter specifies the symbolic processor name.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...8 characters from the


text string character set, enclosed in "

ADRNAM ADDRESS NAME

This parameter specifies the symbolic name for an address which


has been defined by CR NEATSADR or CR OSIADR or CR IPADR.

Notes:
- The first three characters of the name must be ’NEA’ or ’OSI’
or ’IPA’.
Any characters can be chosen for the rest of the name.
- Only in OSI data network can a maximum of sixteen addresses be
specified.
- If the entered address is an IP-address only one address is
allowed.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...8 characters from the


symbolic name character set

AUT AUTHORIZATION

This parameter specifies the authorization name for an external


application.

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 MOD APPL- 4+


MOD APPL
MDOSIAPL
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

Prerequisites:
- The authorization name must be created previously.

Notes:
- This parameter can be entered only for remote applications.

n/o

n, o: new, old parameter value =

1...6 characters from the


symbolic name character set

OTSEL OLD TRANSPORT SELECTOR

This parameter specifies the old value assigned to the Transport


Layer Entity.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...64 characters from the


symbolic name character set

OSSEL OLD SESSION SELECTOR

This parameter specifies the old value assigned to the Session Layer
Entity.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...32 characters from the


symbolic name character set

OPSEL OLD PRESENTATION SELECTOR

This parameter specifies the old value assigned to the Presentation


Layer Entity.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...32 characters from the


symbolic name character set

NTSEL NEW TRANSPORT SELECTOR

This value specifies the new value of the Transport Layer Entity.
If Transport Layer Entity already has an old value the user must
enter the OTSEL parameter.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...64 characters from the


symbolic name character set

NSSEL NEW SESSION SELECTOR

This parameter specifies the new value of the Session Layer Entity.
If Session Layer Entity already has an old value, the user must
enter the OSSEL parameter.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...32 characters from the


symbolic name character set

NPSEL NEW PRESENTATION SELECTOR

This parameter specifies the new value of the Presentation Layer


Entity.
If the Presentation Layer Entity already has an old value the user
must enter the OPSEL parameter.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...32 characters from the


symbolic name character set

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 MOD APPL- 5+


MOD APPL
MDOSIAPL
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

MUX MULTIPLEX SIGN

This parameter specifies if a remote application can be multiplexed


or not.
If this parameter is not entered the value is set to NO. This means
that the application cannot be multiplexed.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

Y MULTIPLEX ALLOWED
YES MULTIPLEX ALLOWED

OAET OLD APPLICATION ENTITY TITLE

This parameter is an additional identification of the


application. It specifies the old value of the identification.
A maximum of 16 parameter values can be linked with &.

Notes:
- For the first component only the values 0, 1 and
2 are allowed.
- For the second component only a value from 0 to
39 is allowed.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

0...2147483647, range of decimal numbers

NAET NEW APPLICATION ENTITY TITLE

This parameter is an additional identification of the


application. It specifies the new value of the application
entity title.
A maximum of 16 parameter values can be linked with &.

Notes:
- For the first component only the values 0, 1 and
2 are allowed.
- For the second component only a value from 0 to
39 is allowed.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

0...2147483647, range of decimal numbers

OAPQ OLD APPL. PROCESS QUALIFIER

This parameter specifies the old value of the application


process qualifier.
A maximum of 14 parameter values can be linked with &.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

0...2147483647, range of decimal numbers

NAPQ NEW APPL. PROCESS QUALIFIER

This parameter specifies the new value for the


application process qualifier.
A maximum of 14 parameter values can be linked with &

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

0...2147483647, range of decimal numbers

OAEQ OLD APPL. ENTITY QUALIFIER

This parameter specifies the old value for the


application entity qualifier.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 MOD APPL- 6+


MOD APPL
MDOSIAPL
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

0...2147483646, range of decimal numbers

NAEQ NEW APPL. ENTITY QUALIFIER

This parameter specifies the new value for the


application entity qualifier.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...2147483646, range of decimal numbers

OAPPLC OLD APPLICATION CONTEXT

This parameter specifies the old application context.


A maximum of 16 parameter values can be linked with &.

Notes:
- The parameter can only be entered for a local Q3-application.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

0...2147483647, range of decimal numbers

NAPPLC NEW APPLICATION CONTEXT

This parameter specifies the new application context.


A maximum of 16 parameter values can be linked with &.

Notes:
- The parameter can only be entered for a local Q3-application.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

0...2147483647, range of decimal numbers

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 MOD APPL- 7-


CAN APSENTAB

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

CANCEL APSENTRYTABLE

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 CAN APSENTAB ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

none

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CAN APSENTAB- 1-


CR APSENTAB

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

CREATE APSENTRYTABLE

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 CR APSENTAB ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

none

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CR APSENTAB- 1-
ENTR APSNAME

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

ENTER APS NAME

This command enters the name and version number of an APS.


The name and version number of an APS appear in the 1st header line
of every output.

This command is normally logged.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 ENTR APSNAME : NAME= [,VN=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

NAME NAME

This parameter specifies the name segment in the APS version.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...12 characters from the


text string character set, enclosed in "

VN VERSION NUMBER

This parameter specifies the version number of an APS.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...4 characters from the


text string character set, enclosed in "

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ENTR APSNAME- 1-


INCR APSVN

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

INCREMENT APS VERSION NUMBER

This command increments the APS version number by 1.


The version number appears in the 1st header line of every output.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 INCR APSVN ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

none

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 INCR APSVN- 1-


MOD ARCHIVE
COMPRESS
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

MODIFY ARCHIVE FILE

This command comprises two functions:


- Compress one or more files and combine these files to an
archive file.
- Extract all files from an existing archive.

This command may start a long-running job. It can be stopped with STOP JOB: JN=
<job number>.

THIS COMMAND HAS FOLLOWING INPUT FORMATS :

1. MOD ARCHIVE - COMPRESS ENTRY FOR COMPRESSING FILES


2. MOD ARCHIVE - EXTRACT ENTRY FOR EXTRACTING FILES

1. Input format

ENTRY FOR COMPRESSING FILES

This command compresses the files listed in FILE and stores


them in the ARCHIVE file.

Prerequisite:
The archive file must not exist.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 MOD ARCHIVE : OPTION= ,ARCHIVE= ,FILE= [,GEN=] [,SSWF=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

OPTION COMPRESSING OPTION

This parameter specifies which function of the command


has to be performed.

Note:
Valid values are:
- COMPRESS
- EXTRACT

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

COMPRESS COMPRESS FILE

ARCHIVE ARCHIVE FILE NAME

This parameter specifies the name of the archive file.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...17 characters from the


symbolic name character set

FILE FILE LIST

This parameter specifies a list of up to 10 file names


that will be compressed and combined to the archive
file.
Each file name can specify either a fully qualified
file name or a partly qualified file name with a dot
at the end of the file name.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...17 characters from the


symbolic name character set

GEN GENERATION NAME

This parameter specifies the name of the generation the files


belong to.

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 MOD ARCHIVE- 1+


MOD ARCHIVE
COMPRESS
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

Default:
Files of actual generation and non-generation files.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

8 characters from the


symbolic name character set

SSWF SUPPORT SOFTWARE FORMAT

This parameter specifies if an SSWF header will be


added to each of the specified files when a new
archive file is created or if an SSWF header exists
for the files in an archive.

Default:
- NO

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

NO NO SSWF HEADER TREATMENT


YES INCLUDE SSWF HEADER

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 MOD ARCHIVE- 2+


MOD ARCHIVE
EXTRACT
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

2. Input format

ENTRY FOR EXTRACTING FILES

This command extracts all files stored in the specified archive.


The extracted files are not added to a generation.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 MOD ARCHIVE : OPTION= ,ARCHIVE= [,SSWF=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

OPTION COMPRESSING OPTION

This parameter specifies which function of the command


has to be performed.

Note:
Valid values are:
- COMPRESS
- EXTRACT

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

EXTRACT EXTRACT FILE

ARCHIVE ARCHIVE FILE NAME

This parameter specifies the name of the archive file.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...17 characters from the


symbolic name character set

SSWF SUPPORT SOFTWARE FORMAT

This parameter specifies if an SSWF header will be


added to each of the specified files when a new
archive file is created or if an SSWF header exists
for the files in an archive.

Default:
- NO

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

NO NO SSWF HEADER TREATMENT


YES INCLUDE SSWF HEADER

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 MOD ARCHIVE- 3-


CAN AREACODE

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

CANCEL LOCAL AREA CODE

This command cancels the local area code (as well as existing
blocks in the digit destination translator)
or the local area code originating from the local area code table.

Prerequisites:
- No linkages from the entered local area code to directory numbers,
code points, bothway trunk groups or test equipments exist.
- No linkages from the entered local area code originating to digit zone
translators, bothway trunk groups or iarstat data exist.
Attention:
- Before canceling the local area code:
- verify that no traffic measurement to the old local area code is
running since traffic measurements may be performed for code belonging
to this local area code,
- verify that no traffic type code point beginning with the same digit
string like the old local area code still exists.
- If a DLU is entered, only the linkage between the local area code and
the DLU will be canceled, not the local area code itself.

This command is normally logged.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 ( ) 1
1 1LAC= 1 (;) 1
1 CAN AREACODE : ZLACOR=Y [,DLU=] Z Y 1
1 1 1 *!+ 1
1 * + 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

LAC LOCAL AREA CODE

This parameter specifies the local area code.


It consists of the national prefix code
and the local area code.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 digit decimal number

LACOR LOCAL AREA CODE ORIGINATING

This parameter specifies the local area code originating.


It usually consists of the national prefix code and the
local area code originating.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 digit decimal number

DLU DIGITAL LINE UNIT NUMBER

This parameter specifies the external DLU number.

Notes:
- Up to 32 DLUs can be linked.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

10...2550, range of decimal numbers

E N D

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DISP AREACODE

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

DISPLAY LOCAL AREA CODE DATA

This command displays the local area code(s) with their appropriate DLUs
and the LACEXT value.
Furthermore it displays the local area codes originating.
It is possible to define one, several or all local area codes for display.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DISP AREACODE : <LAC= ,LACOR=> ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

LAC LOCAL AREA CODE

This parameter specifies the local area code.


It usually consists of the national prefix code and the
local area code.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...6 digit decimal number

LACOR LOCAL AREA CODE ORIGINATING

This parameter specifies the local area code originating.


It usually consists of the national prefix code and the
local area code originating.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...6 digit decimal number

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP AREACODE- 1-


ENTR AREACODE

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

ENTER LOCAL AREA CODE

This command creates a local area code or a local area code originating,
i.e. an entry in the table of local area codes.
DLUs and LACEXT can be assigned to the local area code with the
same command.
(Depending on the number of digits entered and EVLAC was preset
or the DNVOL is multiple (see MML command ENTR DNATT),
the blocks are seized in the digit-destination translator and
linked together.)
The entire digit combination of the local area code (i.e. with national
prefix code) and the area code table are transmitted to the
GP (group processor).
The entire digit combination of the local area code originating are
transmitted to the GP (group processor), too.

Prerequisites:
- Before a local area code will be created, the directory number attribute
must be entered (see MML command ENTR DNATT).
- The local area code to be created may be a part of another shorter local
area code.
- The local area code to be created may not be part of another digit chain.
- The number of digits in the local area code must be greater or equal as
the national prefix code length.
- The specified DLU must have been created before.
It isn’t possible to assign a DLU to a local area code if this DLU
was assigned to another local area code before.
- The local area code originating to be created may not be part of another
local area code or local area code originating.

This command is normally logged.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 ( ) 1
1 1LAC= 1 (;) 1
1 ENTR AREACODE : ZLACOR=Y [,DLU=] [,LACEXT=] Z Y 1
1 1 1 *!+ 1
1 * + 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

LAC LOCAL AREA CODE

This parameter specifies the local area code.


It usually consists of the national prefix code and the
local area code.

Notes:
- Up to 50 local area codes can be set up in an exchange.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 digit decimal number

LACOR LOCAL AREA CODE ORIGINATING

This parameter specifies the local area code originating.


It usually consists of the national prefix code and the
local area code originating.

Notes:
- Up to 48 local area codes originating can be set up in an exchange.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 digit decimal number

DLU DIGITAL LINE UNIT NUMBER

This parameter specifies the external DLU number.

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ENTR AREACODE- 1+


ENTR AREACODE

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

Notes:
- Up to 32 DLUs can be linked.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

10,20,30...2550, range of decimal numbers

LACEXT EXTENTION OF LAC FOR ACC.REC.

This parameter specifies the completion digit for a 3-digit area code
or a changed 3-digit area code for building the area code part in the
account record.
The local area code in the account record has no national prefix
code.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

N NO COMPLETION DIGIT
NO NO COMPLETION DIGIT
Y COMPLETION DIGIT ’0’ OR ’1’
YES COMPLETION DIGIT ’0’ OR ’1’
’3-digit area code’ will be completed with 1 to
XXX1 and ’changed 3-digit area code’ will be
completed with 0 to XXX0.

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ENTR AREACODE- 2-


MOD AREACODE

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

MODIFY LOCAL AREA CODE

This command modifies the local area code whereby the DLU allocation
remains unchanged.
The LACEXT value for the new local area code can be modified also.
Alternatively it is possible to modify the local area code originating.
Before command execution, a check is made to see whether the old local
area code (originating also) exists and whether the new one is available.

Prerequisites:
- The number of digits of the local area code has to be greater or equal
than that of the national prefix code.
Attention:
- Before modifying the local area code to a new local area code:
- verify that no traffic measurement to the old area code is running,
since traffic measurements may be performed for code belonging to the
old local area code,
- verify that no traffic type code point beginning with the same digit
string like the old local area code still exists.
- After modifying the local area code by command MOD AREACODE
the command SAVE MET must be executed.

This command is normally logged.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 ( ) 1
1 1LAC= 1 (;) 1
1 MOD AREACODE : ZLACOR=Y [,NEWLAC=] [,LACEXT=] [,NLACOR=] Z Y 1
1 1 1 *!+ 1
1 * + 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

LAC LOCAL AREA CODE

This parameter specifies the local area code.


It usually consists of the national prefix code
and the local area code.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 digit decimal number

LACOR LOCAL AREA CODE ORIGINATING

This parameter specifies the local area code originating.


It usually consists of the national prefix code and the
local area code originating.

Notes:
- Up to 48 local area codes originating can be set up in an exchange.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 digit decimal number

NEWLAC NEW LOCAL AREA CODE

This parameter specifies the new local area code. It has the same
attributes as the old local area code.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 digit decimal number

LACEXT EXTENTION OF LAC FOR ACC.REC.

This parameter specifies the completion digit for a 3-digit area code
or a changed 3-digit area code for building the area code part in the
account record.
The local area code in the account record has no national prefix

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 MOD AREACODE- 1+


MOD AREACODE

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

code.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

N NO COMPLETION DIGIT
NO NO COMPLETION DIGIT
Y COMPLETION DIGIT ’0’ OR ’1’
YES COMPLETION DIGIT ’0’ OR ’1’
’3-digit area code’ will be completed with 1 to
XXX1 and ’changed 3-digit area code’ will be
completed with 0 to XXX0.

NLACOR NEW LOCAL AREA CODE ORIGINATG.

This parameter specifies the new local area code originating.


It has the same attributes as the old local area code originating.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 digit decimal number

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 MOD AREACODE- 2-


CONN ATE

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

CONNECT ATE

This command connects an ATE to an established test connection.


For the actual test, the ATE is controlled by the following commands:
SEND TRKSIG
SEND MFC
SEND LOOPBACK
MEAS TRKSIG
MEAS MFC
MEAS THVIOL
Prerequisites:
- A trunk workstation (TWS) must be available.
- A test connection must have been set up via a trunk or a connection
must have been made to an outgoing connection.
In order to perform tests, the station at the far end must also be
operated manually. This station could be, for example, an ATE
operated in manual mode by agreement with the communicating station.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 ( ) 1
1 1TPNO=1 1
1 CONN ATE : ZTPDN=Y [,ATE=] ; 1
1 1 1 1
1 * + 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

TPNO TPC TEST PORT NUMBER

This parameter specifies the workstation test port number


where the test call to be connected to the ATE is currently
connected. It may not be used for remote operation.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...8, range of decimal numbers

TPDN TPC TEST PORT DIRECTORY NUMBER

This parameter specifies the workstation test port


directory number of the test port to which the ATE
should be connected. It must be used for remote
operation.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...14 digit hexadecimal number where B is


interchangeable with * and C is interchangeable with #

ATE AUTOMATIC TEST EQUIPMENT

This parameter specifies the equipment number of the


automatic test equipment. If the parameter is omitted,
any ATE is connected.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a-b

a: AUTOMATIC TEST EQUIPMENT=


0...31, range of decimal numbers

Dependent on the Switching Network Hardware this unit


represents the Time Stage Group (TSG for SNB) or the
Switching Network Multiplexer (SNMUX for SND and
upper ones) for the identification of the automatic
test equipment.

b: AUTOMATIC TEST EQUIPMENT=


1...63, range of decimal numbers

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CONN ATE- 1+


CONN ATE

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

Corresponds to the Line Trunk Group Number

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CONN ATE- 2-


DISCONN ATE

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

DISCONNECT ATE

This command disconnects an ATE that was connected using command CONN ATE.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 ( ) 1
1 1TPNO=1 1
1 DISCONN ATE : ZTPDN=Y ; 1
1 1 1 1
1 * + 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

TPNO TPC TEST PORT NUMBER

This parameter specifies the workstation test port number of the test
port, to which the ATE is connected. It must be used for local
operation.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...8, range of decimal numbers

TPDN TPC TEST PORT DIRECTORY NUMBER

This parameter specifies the workstation test port directory number of


the test port to which the ATE is connected. It must be used for remote
operation.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...14 digit hexadecimal number where B is


interchangeable with * and C is interchangeable with #

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISCONN ATE- 1-


ALLOW AUDIT

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

ALLOW AUDIT

This command allows an audit to be started that was previously inhibited by


the command INHIB AUDIT.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 ALLOW AUDIT : NAME= ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

NAME NAME

This parameter specifies the audit. The names of all audits known to
the system can be called up with the command DISP AUDIT.
The names of the common audits are:
ABILREG Billing Register Audit
The idle band linkage of all free billing
registers or the billing register to
channel register linkage of all active
billing registers is tested.
CHANREG Channel Register Audit
The 127 channel registers are checked for each LTG:
- call status
. highest value
. validity
- call status in the channel register as compared
with associated channel register data
- call status in the channel register as compared
with the status of the port involved in this
connection (channel).
Exception: DSB ports (OSS).
- Busy status of the relevant channel in the
GS table in the CP (module PASDA)
- Specific channel register contents (CTE_ACTIVE,
PATH_DATA)
- Announcement table contents for a busy
announcement line and speech channel as compared
with the channel register contents on the A-side.
- specific channel register contents (OCCUPIED_BY
ISDN, CALL_DIVERSION_FOR_ISDN_PBX, OCCUPIED_BY
B_SIDE, IARSTAT_ACTIVE)
To clear a channel register inconsistency, the
interprocessor message MSG_ABORT_CHANNEL is sent to
the Call Processing Process.
CHKSUMVA Interprocessor checksums audit.
The CALL PROCESSING checksum and the LTG checksum
are compared. Errors are corrected.
CPBUFFER Call Processing Buffer Audit
The idle band linkage of all free call processing
buffers is checked, or the call processing buffer
to channel register linkage of all active call
processing buffers.
EQSTA Equipment Status Audit
A check is made to determine whether the
transient operating states of the peripheral
units are valid and whether the transient
and semipermanent operating states are identical.
In the case of DE5 the SW operating states
are compared with the HW operating states.
IPCHASTA Interprocessor Channel Register Audit
The speech channel states in the GP and CP
are checked for consistency, i.e. the channel
states in the GP should be identical with
those in the CP.
IPTRUSTA Interprocessor Trunk Status Audit
The transient states of ports in the CP
are checked for consistency:
- port states are compared
- port states in the GP are compared with port
states in the CP.
The GP supplies blocking states and busy states

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ALLOW AUDIT- 1+


ALLOW AUDIT

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

to the IPTRUSTA as "summation bits".


To clear a port inconsistency the interprocessor
message MSG_ABORT_LINE is sent to the call processing
process.
IDLLSTAU Idle List Audit
The idle band linkage of trunk groups,
announcement groups and PBX groups is checked.
NWCONF Switching network configuration audit.
The TSG and SSG data are checked for consistency
with the relevant administration and safeguarding
data. Errors are corrected.
NWMAP Switching Network Map Audit.
The consistency between path data and switching
network busy states is checked. Errors are
corrected.
IPPRTSTA Interprocessor Port Status Audit
The transient port states of DLU-Ports and
V5IF-Ports are checked:
- CP port states are compared
- GP port states are compared with CP port states
The GP supplies blocking states and busy states
to the IPPRTSTA as "summation bits".
To clear a port inconsistency, the inter-
processor message MSG_ABORT_LINE is sent to
the call processing process.
CCS7AU Common Channel Signaling No.7 Audit
The port states of TUP and ISUP trunks lines
are checked:
Blocks which have been set or cancelled
(NAC_SYNCHRO and NUC_SEIZED), are compared
with DPC blocking.
To clear a port inconsistency, the inter-
processor message MSG_ABORT_CCS7_PORT
is sent to the call processing process.
OCHANREG OSS Channel Register Audit
The 127 channel registers of an OSS LTGB are
checked with respect to the port state of an
associated DSB port.
OCPBUFF OSS Call Processing Buffer Audit
The CPBs in the OSS-specific states
CPB_QUEUED and CPB_TRUNK_QUEUEING, and their
associated data, are checked.
COPRTSTA Conference Port Audit
The conference port data within the CP are checked.
NUCAUDIT Nailed Up Connection Audit
The active nailed-up connections (NUC) are checked for
their connection status during operation. In the event
of an error, the faulty NUC is through-connected
again. The NUC database data serve as a reference
for this purpose.
MMBUAUD MSB/MAC output buffer audit:
The buffers used to store the systems responses to
administration requests originated via MSB/MAC are
tested, if the linkage to the job registers is valid.
Buffers with invalid linkage are initialized and
inserted in the list of free buffers.
CDRSUTR RSU Trunk and Channel Register Audit
The consistency between the transient RSU trunk data
and the Channel Register data for trunk indices is
checked. In the event of an error, the RSU trunk is
idled and placed back into the trunk idle list.
RSUTRKST RSU Trunk Status Audit
The consistency between the transient RSU trunk data
and the CP Safeguarding data for high-speed links
is checked against the RSUC high-speed link data.
In the event of an error, the transient RSU trunk
data and the CP Safeguarding data will be
updated by Communication Maintenance.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...8 characters from the


symbolic name character set

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ALLOW AUDIT- 2-


DISP AUDIT

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

DISPLAY AUDIT

This command displays the state of currently running audits and the names
of inhibited audits. All audits known to the system are displayed.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DISP AUDIT ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

none

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP AUDIT- 1-


INHIB AUDIT

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

INHIBIT AUDIT

This command inhibits audits thereby preventing their execution.

Prerequisites:
- The audit name must be known to the system.
- The audit must not already be inhibited.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 INHIB AUDIT : NAME= ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

NAME NAME

This parameter specifies the audit. The names of all audits known to
the system can be called up with the command DISP AUDIT.
The names of the common audits are:
ABILREG Billing Register Audit
The idle band linkage of all free billing
registers or the billing register to
channel register linkage of all active
billing registers is tested.
CHANREG Channel Register Audit
The 127 channel registers are checked for each LTG:
- call status
. highest value
. validity
- call status in the channel register as compared
with associated channel register data
- call status in the channel register as compared
with the status of the port involved in this
connection (channel).
Exception: DSB ports (OSS).
- Busy status of the relevant channel in the
GS table in the CP (module PASDA)
- Specific channel register contents (CTE_ACTIVE,
PATH_DATA)
- Announcement table contents for a busy
announcement line and speech channel as compared
with the channel register contents on the A-side.
- specific channel register contents (OCCUPIED_BY
ISDN, CALL_DIVERSION_FOR_ISDN_PBX, OCCUPIED_BY
B_SIDE, IARSTAT_ACTIVE)
To clear a channel register inconsistency, the
interprocessor message MSG_ABORT_CHANNEL is sent to
the Call Processing Process.
CHKSUMVA Interprocessor checksums audit.
The CALL PROCESSING checksum and the LTG checksum
are compared. Errors are corrected.
CPBUFFER Call Processing Buffer Audit
The idle band linkage of all free call processing
buffers is checked, or the call processing buffer
to channel register linkage of all active call
processing buffers.
EQSTA Equipment Status Audit
A check is made to determine whether the
transient operating states of the peripheral
units are valid and whether the transient
and semipermanent operating states are identical.
In the case of DE5 the SW operating states
are compared with the HW operating states.
IPCHASTA Interprocessor Channel Register Audit
The speech channel states in the GP and CP
are checked for consistency, i.e. the channel
states in the GP should be identical with
those in the CP.
IPTRUSTA Interprocessor Trunk Status Audit
The transient states of ports in the CP
are checked for consistency:
- port states are compared

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 INHIB AUDIT- 1+


INHIB AUDIT

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

- port states in the GP are compared with port


states in the CP.
The GP supplies blocking states and busy states
to the IPTRUSTA as "summation bits".
To clear a port inconsistency the interprocessor
message MSG_ABORT_LINE is sent to the call processing
process.
IDLLSTAU Idle List Audit
The idle band linkage of trunk groups,
announcement groups and PBX groups is checked.
NWCONF Switching network configuration audit.
The TSG and SSG data are checked for consistency
with the relevant administration and safeguarding
data. Errors are corrected.
NWMAP Switching Network Map Audit.
The consistency between path data and switching
network busy states is checked. Errors are
corrected.
IPPRTSTA Interprocessor Port Status Audit
The transient port states of DLU-Ports and
V5IF-Ports are checked:
- CP port states are compared
- GP port states are compared with CP port states
The GP supplies blocking states and busy states
to the IPPRTSTA as "summation bits".
To clear a port inconsistency, the inter-
processor message MSG_ABORT_LINE is sent to
the call processing process.
CCS7AU Common Channel Signaling No.7 Audit
The port states of TUP and ISUP trunks lines
are checked:
Blocks which have been set or cancelled
(NAC_SYNCHRO and NUC_SEIZED), are compared
with DPC blocking.
To clear a port inconsistency, the inter-
processor message MSG_ABORT_CCS7_PORT
is sent to the call processing process.
OCHANREG OSS Channel Register Audit
The 127 channel registers of an OSS LTGB are
checked with respect to the port state of an
associated DSB port.
OCPBUFF OSS Call Processing Buffer Audit
The CPBs in the OSS-specific states
CPB_QUEUED and CPB_TRUNK_QUEUEING, and their
associated data, are checked.
COPRTSTA Conference Port Audit
The conference port data within the CP are checked.
NUCAUDIT Nailed Up Connection Audit
The active nailed-up connections (NUC) are checked for
their connection status during operation. In the event
of an error, the faulty NUC is through-connected
again. The NUC database data serve as a reference
for this purpose.
MMBUAUD MSB/MAC output buffer audit:
The buffers used to store the systems responses to
administration requests originated via MSB/MAC are
tested, if the linkage to the job registers is valid.
Buffers with invalid linkage are initialized and
inserted in the list of free buffers.
CDRSUTR RSU Trunk and Channel Register Audit
The consistency between the transient RSU trunk data
and the Channel Register data for trunk indices is
checked. In the event of an error, the RSU trunk is
idled and placed back into the trunk idle list.
RSUTRKST RSU Trunk Status Audit
The consistency between the transient RSU trunk data
and the CP Safeguarding data for high-speed links
is checked against the RSUC high-speed link data.
In the event of an error, the transient RSU trunk
data and the CP Safeguarding data will be
updated by Communication Maintenance.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...8 characters from the


symbolic name character set

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P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 INHIB AUDIT- 2-


START AUDIT

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

START AUDIT

This command starts an audit. Audits are programs with a low priority which
run periodically to check whether the code and data areas are correct.
Detected errors are corrected automatically. The audits IPTRUSTA and
IPPRTSTA stop correcting if they detect that previous corrections have
been unsuccessful.

Prerequisites:
- The name of the audit must be known to the system.
- The audit must not be inhibited.
- The audit must have a demand attribute.
- The audit state table must not be dynamically expanded during
execution of the command.
- The audit must not already be running.
- The requested processor must not be seized by an audit or a
fault detection.
- Only one project-specific audit may run at one time.
- Only five demand audits (audits that can be demanded via MML command
or via a user process) may run at one time.
- Sufficient resources must be available to allow the audit to be
started dynamically.

This command may start a long-running job. It can be stopped with STOP JOB: JN=
<job number>.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 START AUDIT : NAME= [,UNIT=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

NAME NAME

This parameter specifies the audit. The names of all audits known to
the system can be called up with the command DISP AUDIT.
The names of the common audits are:
ABILREG Billing Register Audit
The idle band linkage of all free billing
registers or the billing register to
channel register linkage of all active
billing registers is tested.
CHANREG Channel Register Audit
The 127 channel registers are checked for each LTG:
- call status
. highest value
. validity
- call status in the channel register as compared
with associated channel register data
- call status in the channel register as compared
with the status of the port involved in this
connection (channel).
Exception: DSB ports (OSS).
- Busy status of the relevant channel in the
GS table in the CP (module PASDA)
- Specific channel register contents (CTE_ACTIVE,
PATH_DATA)
- Announcement table contents for a busy
announcement line and speech channel as compared
with the channel register contents on the A-side.
- specific channel register contents (OCCUPIED_BY
ISDN, CALL_DIVERSION_FOR_ISDN_PBX, OCCUPIED_BY
B_SIDE, IARSTAT_ACTIVE)
To clear a channel register inconsistency, the
interprocessor message MSG_ABORT_CHANNEL is sent to
the Call Processing Process.
CHKSUMVA Interprocessor checksums audit.
The CALL PROCESSING checksum and the LTG checksum
are compared. Errors are corrected.
CPBUFFER Call Processing Buffer Audit
The idle band linkage of all free call processing
buffers is checked, or the call processing buffer

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START AUDIT

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to channel register linkage of all active call


processing buffers.
EQSTA Equipment Status Audit
A check is made to determine whether the
transient operating states of the peripheral
units are valid and whether the transient
and semipermanent operating states are identical.
In the case of DE5 the SW operating states
are compared with the HW operating states.
IPCHASTA Interprocessor Channel Register Audit
The speech channel states in the GP and CP
are checked for consistency, i.e. the channel
states in the GP should be identical with
those in the CP.
IPTRUSTA Interprocessor Trunk Status Audit
The transient states of ports in the CP
are checked for consistency:
- port states are compared
- port states in the GP are compared with port
states in the CP.
The GP supplies blocking states and busy states
to the IPTRUSTA as "summation bits".
To clear a port inconsistency the interprocessor
message MSG_ABORT_LINE is sent to the call processing
process.
IDLLSTAU Idle List Audit
The idle band linkage of trunk groups,
announcement groups and PBX groups is checked.
NWCONF Switching network configuration audit.
The TSG and SSG data are checked for consistency
with the relevant administration and safeguarding
data. Errors are corrected.
NWMAP Switching Network Map Audit.
The consistency between path data and switching
network busy states is checked. Errors are
corrected.
IPPRTSTA Interprocessor Port Status Audit
The transient port states of DLU-Ports and
V5IF-Ports are checked:
- CP port states are compared
- GP port states are compared with CP port states
The GP supplies blocking states and busy states
to the IPPRTSTA as "summation bits".
To clear a port inconsistency, the inter-
processor message MSG_ABORT_LINE is sent to
the call processing process.
CCS7AU Common Channel Signaling No.7 Audit
The port states of TUP and ISUP trunks lines
are checked:
Blocks which have been set or cancelled
(NAC_SYNCHRO and NUC_SEIZED), are compared
with DPC blocking.
To clear a port inconsistency, the inter-
processor message MSG_ABORT_CCS7_PORT
is sent to the call processing process.
COPRTSTA Conference Port Audit
The conference port data within the CP are checked.
NUCAUDIT Nailed Up Connection Audit
The active nailed-up connections (NUC) are checked for
their connection status during operation. In the event
of an error, the faulty NUC is through-connected
again. The NUC database data serve as a reference
for this purpose.
MMBUAUD MSB/MAC output buffer audit:
The buffers used to store the systems responses to
administration requests originated via MSB/MAC are
tested, if the linkage to the job registers is valid.
Buffers with invalid linkage are initialized and
inserted in the list of free buffers.
CDRSUTR RSU Trunk and Channel Register Audit
The consistency between the transient RSU trunk data
and the Channel Register data for trunk indices is
checked. In the event of an error, the RSU trunk is
idled and placed back into the trunk idle list.
RSUTRKST RSU Trunk Status Audit
The consistency between the transient RSU trunk data
and the CP Safeguarding data for high-speed links

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START AUDIT

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is checked against the RSUC high-speed link data.


In the event of an error, the transient RSU trunk
data and the CP Safeguarding data will be
updated by Communication Maintenance.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...8 characters from the


symbolic name character set

UNIT UNIT

This parameter specifies the equipment unit where the audit is to


be performed.

Compatibilities:
- If NAME=CHANREG, then entry of the parameter UNIT is mandatory,
parameter values LTG and MBUL are allowed.
- If NAME=CDRSUTR, then entry of the parameter UNIT is mandatory,
parameter value RSU is allowed.
- If NAME=ABILREG, CPBUFFER, EQSTA, NWMAP, or NWCONF,then parameter
UNIT is illegal.
- If NAME=CHKSUMVA, IPCHASTA, IPPRTSTA, or IPTRUSTA, then LTG
must be entered for parameter value a in parameter UNIT.
- If a= LTG, then units b and c refer to:

b: LTGSET number =
0 for SN15LTG,SN63LTG
0, 1 for SN126LTG
0...3 for SN252LTG
0...7 for SN504LTG
0...11 for SN756LTG
0...15 for SN1008LTG
0...19 for SN1260LTG
0...23 for SN1512LTG
0...27 for SN1764LTG
0...31 for SN2016LTG

c: LTG number =
1...15 for SN15LTG
1...63 for SN63LTG .. SN2016LTG

- If a= MBUL, then units b and c refer to:

b: System side =
0,1

c: MBUL number =
0 for SN15LTG,SN63LTG
0, 1 for SN126LTG
0...3 for SN252LTG
0...7 for SN504LTG
0...11 for SN756LTG
0...15 for SN1008LTG
0...19 for SN1260LTG
0...23 for SN1512LTG
0...27 for SN1764LTG
0...31 for SN2016LTG

- If a= RSU, then units b and c refer to:

b: RSU number =
1...286

c: Not applicable

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a-b[-c]

a: EQUIPMENT UNIT
MBUL MESSAGE BUFFER UNIT : LTG
LTG LINE TRUNK GROUP
RSU REMOTE SWITCHING UNIT

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START AUDIT

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b: TIME STAGE GROUP NUMBER / SYSTEM SIDE / RSU NUMBER=


0...286, range of decimal numbers

c: LINE TRUNK GROUP NUMBER / MBUL NUMBER=


0...63, range of decimal numbers

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 START AUDIT- 4-


CAN AUT

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CANCEL AUTHORIZATION

This command cancels authorization classes from an authorization and


cancels entire authorizations from the authorization table.

Caution: The execution of this command may compromise the regular operation of
the exchange!

This command is normally logged.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 CAN AUT : AUT= [,AUTCL=] Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

AUT CP AUTHORIZATION

This parameter specifies an authorization.


An authorization contains a number of authorization classes.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 characters from the


symbolic name character set

AUTCL AUTHORIZATION CLASS

This parameter specifies an authorization class.


An authorization class contains a number of command authorizations.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...50, range of decimal numbers

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CAN AUT- 1-


DISP AUT

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DISPLAY AUTHORIZATION

This command displays the authorization classes associated with


the authorizations on the terminal.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 DISP AUT : AUT= Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

AUT CP AUTHORIZATION

This parameter specifies an authorization.


An authorization contains a number of authorization classes.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 characters from the


symbolic name character set

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP AUT- 1-


ENTR AUT

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ENTER AUTHORIZATION

This command enters new authorizations with their associated


authorization classes and allows authorization classes to be
entered in an existing authorization.

Caution: The execution of this command may compromise the regular operation of
the exchange!

This command is normally logged.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 ENTR AUT : AUT= ,AUTCL= Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

AUT CP AUTHORIZATION

This parameter specifies an authorization.


An authorization contains a number of authorization classes.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 characters from the


symbolic name character set

AUTCL AUTHORIZATION CLASS

This parameter specifies an authorization class.


An authorization class contains a number of command authorizations.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...50, range of decimal numbers

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ENTR AUT- 1-


CAN AUTCL

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CANCEL AUTHORIZATION CLASS

This command cancels command authorizations for MML commands from a


particular authorization class.

Caution: The execution of this command may compromise the regular operation of
the exchange!

This command is normally logged.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 CAN AUTCL : AUTCL= ,CMDCOD= Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

AUTCL AUTHORIZATION CLASS

This parameter specifies an authorization class.


An authorization class contains a number of command authorizations.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

2...49, range of decimal numbers

CMDCOD COMMAND CODE

This parameter specifies command to be entered into or deleted


from an authorization class. CMDCOD must be a valid command name.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...12 characters from the


symbolic name character set

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CAN AUTCL- 1-


DISP AUTCL

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DISPLAY AUTHORIZATION CLASS

This command displays the command authorizations defined


in single or in all authorization classes.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 DISP AUTCL : AUTCL= Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

AUTCL AUTHORIZATION CLASS

This parameter specifies an authorization class.


An authorization class contains a number of command authorizations.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of parameter values.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


a value-range by linking two values with &&.
Multiple values and/or ranges can be linked with &.

1...50, range of decimal numbers

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP AUTCL- 1-


ENTR AUTCL

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ENTER AUTHORIZATION CLASS

This command enters a desired authorization class for the MML command
authorizations.

Caution: The execution of this command may compromise the regular operation of
the exchange!

This command is normally logged.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 (;) 1
1 ENTR AUTCL : AUTCL= ,CMDCOD= Z Y 1
1 *!+ 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

AUTCL AUTHORIZATION CLASS

This parameter specifies an authorization class.


An authorization class contains a number of command authorizations.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

2...49, range of decimal numbers

CMDCOD COMMAND CODE

This parameter specifies command to be entered into or deleted


from an authorization class. CMDCOD must be a valid command name.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...12 characters from the


symbolic name character set

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ENTR AUTCL- 1-


DISP AUTHDEFCP

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Display Authentication Defaults CP

This task displays the global parameters of Q3 Authentication:


’Default authent.’ and ’Denial response’.

Note: These settings are only relevant for system access via Q3-interface.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DISP AUTHDEFCP ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

none

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP AUTHDEFCP- 1-


MOD AUTHDEFCP

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Modify Authentication Defaults CP

This task modifies the global parameters of Q3 Authentication.


It is used to change the default authentication access and to specify the
response which shall be returned for unauthorized authentication attempts.

Note: The settings are only relevant for system access via Q3-interface. For file
transfer there is no default access possible.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 MOD AUTHDEFCP : [defaultAuth=] [,denialResp=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

defaultAuth

This parameter specifies the default authentication access


for initiators, which are not known at the authentication
domain:

Input values:

’allow’ : System access allowed.


’abortAssociation’ : abort Q3 association request.
’denyWithResponse’ : reject Q3 association request.

denialResp

This parameter defines the response to be returned for


identified initiators if the authentication check
should fail.

Input values:

’abortAssociation’ : abort Q3 association request.


’denyWithResponse’ : reject Q3 association request.

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 MOD AUTHDEFCP- 1-


STAT BA
DN
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DISPLAY CALL DATA OF BASIC ACCESS

This command displays all current call-related data for the specified
basic access.

This command is only permitted for an exchange providing ISDN.

THIS COMMAND HAS FOLLOWING INPUT FORMATS :

1. STAT BA - DN DN ORIENTED
2. STAT BA - EQN EQN ORIENTED

1. Input format

DN ORIENTED

Input format for directory-number-oriented output.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 STAT BA : [LAC=] ,DN= ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

LAC LOCAL AREA CODE

This parameter specifies the local area code if there is more


than one local network connected to an exchange.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 digit decimal number

DN DIRECTORY NUMBER

This parameter specifies the directory number of the subscriber.


Up to ten parameters can be linked with &.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...12 digit hexadecimal number where B is


interchangeable with * and C is interchangeable with #

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 STAT BA- 1+


STAT BA
EQN
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2. Input format

EQN ORIENTED

Input format for equipment-number-oriented output.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 STAT BA : EQN= ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

EQN EQUIPMENT NUMBER

This parameter specifies the equipment number of the port connected to


the subscriber or PBX line to be displayed.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a-b-c[-d]

a: DIGITAL LINE UNIT / V5INTERFACE=


10...8999, range of decimal numbers

- DLU number (10,20,30...2550 for a DLU port)


- V5IF number (6000,6001,..8999 for a V5 port)

b: SHELF=
0...7, range of decimal numbers

- Shelf number (0..7 for a DLU port, 0 for a V5 port)

c: MODULE=
0...20, range of decimal numbers

- Module number (0..15 for a DLU port, 0..20 for a V5 port)

d: CIRCUIT / V5PORT=
0...99, range of decimal numbers

- Circuit number (0..7 for a DLU8 port,


0..15 for a DLU16 port,
0..99 for a V5 port)

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 STAT BA- 2-


DISP BAFAULT
DN
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DISPLAY BASIC ACCESS FAULT

This command displays the last occured ISDN basic access faults.

This command may start a long-running job. It can be stopped with STOP JOB: JN=
<job number>.

THIS COMMAND HAS FOLLOWING INPUT FORMATS :

1. DISP BAFAULT - DN DIRECTORY NUMBER


2. DISP BAFAULT - EQN EQUIPMENT NUMBER

1. Input format

DIRECTORY NUMBER

Path input format for display basic access fault, directory number oriented.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DISP BAFAULT : DN= ,TYPE= [,LAC=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

DN DIRECTORY NUMBER

This parameter specifies the directory number of the


subscriber or PBX line.
Maximum 12 digits in the range 1...9,A...F hexadecimal
value is specified.

This parameter allows entry of a single value, or


of multiple values linked with &.

1...12 digit hexadecimal number where B is


interchangeable with * and C is interchangeable with #

TYPE TYPE OF FAULT

This parameter specifies the last occurred basic access line fault.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

BER BIT ERROR RATE


Bit error frequency of transmission
(10exp-3/10exp-6).
LAY1 LAYER 1 FAULT
LAY2 LAYER 2 FAULT
Loss or deactivation of Layer2 of lines with
lineattribut "Lay2hold".

LAC LOCAL AREA CODE

This parameter specifies the local area code in an exchange.


Maximum 6 digits in the range 1...9 value is specified.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 digit decimal number

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP BAFAULT- 1+


DISP BAFAULT
EQN
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2. Input format

EQUIPMENT NUMBER

Path input format for display basic access fault, digital line unit
number oriented.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DISP BAFAULT : EQN= ,TYPE= ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

EQN EQUIPMENT NUMBER

This parameter specifies the equipment number.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a[-b[-c[-d]]]

a: EQUIPMENT NUMBER FOR DLU/V5=


10...8999, range of decimal numbers

For DLU port: a DLU number in the range 10...2550


(in steps of 10)
For V51IF port: a V5IF number in the range 6000...8999
For V52IF port: a V5IF number in the range 6000...8999

b: EQUIPMENT NUMBER FOR SHELF=


0...7, range of decimal numbers

For DLU port: a shelf in the range 0...7


For V51IF port: 0
For V52IF port: 0

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of


unit values.

c: EQUIPMENT NUMBER FOR MODULE/TH V52 PORT=


0...20, range of decimal numbers

For DLU port: a module number in the range 0...15


For V51IF port: 0
For V52IF port: THv5port number in the range 00...20

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of


unit values.

d: EQUIP. NUMBER FOR CIRCUIT/V5PORT=


0...99, range of decimal numbers

For DLU port: a circuit number in the range 0...7 for DLU8
0...15 for DLU16
For V51IF port: a v5port number in the range 0...31
For V52IF port: TUv5port number in the range 00...99

Note: v52port is limited to the number 2047.

If X is entered, it represents the entire range of


unit values.

TYPE TYPE OF FAULT

This parameter specifies the last occurred basic access line fault.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

BER BIT ERROR RATE


Bit error frequency of transmission
(10exp-3/10exp-6).
LAY1 LAYER 1 FAULT

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP BAFAULT- 2+


DISP BAFAULT
EQN
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LAY2 LAYER 2 FAULT


Loss or deactivation of Layer2 of lines with
lineattribut "Lay2hold".

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP BAFAULT- 3-


COM BAP

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COMMUTE BASE PROCESSORS

This command initiates a master-spare commutation. Prior to command


execution, the base processor spare (which will be the future base
processor master) is tested.

Caution: The execution of this command may compromise the regular operation of
the exchange!

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 COM BAP ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

none

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 COM BAP- 1-


CONF BAP

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CONFIGURE BASE PROCESSOR

This command configures the BAP spare.


A configuration attempt of the BAP master to MBL is rejected.

Notes:
- The configuration from SPR to MBL and the configuration from
MBL or UNA to SPR is considered dangerous.
A dialog mask is output. The operating personnel must decide by
entering ’+’ or ’-’ whether the command should be executed.

This command may start a long-running job. It can be stopped with STOP JOB: JN=
<job number>.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 CONF BAP : [BAP=] ,OST= [,DIAG=] [,SUP=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

BAP BASE PROCESSOR NUMBER

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...1, range of decimal numbers

OST OPERATING STATE

This parameter specifies the target operating state.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

ACT ACTIVE
SPR ACTIVE SPARE
MBL MAINTENANCE BLOCKED

DIAG DIAGNOSIS

This parameter allows the base processor to be diagnosed before


configuring it from MBL or UNA to ACT.

Notes:
- Interim diagnostic messages are displayed if SUP=NO and
DIAG=YES is entered.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

N CONFIGURE WITHOUT DIAGNOSIS


NO CONFIGURE WITHOUT DIAGNOSIS
Y CONFIGURE WITH DIAGNOSIS
YES CONFIGURE WITH DIAGNOSIS

Default: YES

SUP SUPPRESS PROGRESS MESSAGES

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

N DISPLAY PROGRESS MESSAGES


NO DISPLAY PROGRESS MESSAGES
Y SUPPRESS PROGRESS MESSAGES
YES SUPPRESS PROGRESS MESSAGES

Default: YES

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CONF BAP- 1-


DIAG BAP
DIAG
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

DIAGNOSE BASE PROCESSOR

This command initiates single, repeated or permanent diagnostic runs


for a base processor.

Prerequisites:
- The base processor must be MBL.

Caution: The execution of this command may compromise the regular operation of
the exchange!

This command may start a long-running job. It can be stopped with STOP JOB: JN=
<job number>.

THIS COMMAND HAS FOLLOWING INPUT FORMATS :

1. DIAG BAP - DIAG SINGLE DIAGNOSIS


2. DIAG BAP - REPDIAG REPEATED DIAGNOSIS

1. Input format

SINGLE DIAGNOSIS

This input initiates a single diagnosis for a base processor.


The diagnosis includes a BCMY interface test.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DIAG BAP : [BAP=] [,SUP=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

BAP BASE PROCESSOR NUMBER

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...1, range of decimal numbers

SUP SUPPRESS PROGRESS MESSAGES

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

N DISPLAY PROGRESS MESSAGES


NO DISPLAY PROGRESS MESSAGES
Y SUPPRESS PROGRESS MESSAGES
YES SUPPRESS PROGRESS MESSAGES

Default: YES

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DIAG BAP- 1+


DIAG BAP
REPDIAG
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

2. Input format

REPEATED DIAGNOSIS

This input initiates a repeated or permanent diagnosis for a base


processor. The diagnosis does not include a BCMY interface test.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DIAG BAP : [BAP=] ,REP= [,INT=] [,STATCS=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

BAP BASE PROCESSOR NUMBER

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...1, range of decimal numbers

REP REPEAT

Valid values are :


2...65535 for repeated diagnosis
PERM for permanent diagnosis with unlimited number
of runs (termination with command STOP JOB)

This parameter specifies the number of diagnostic runs.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...5 characters from the


symbolic name character set

INT INTERRUPT DIAGNOSTIC CYCLE

This parameter specifies that a repeated or permanent diagnosis is


interrupted as soon as a fault is detected.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

N CONTINUE IN CASE OF FAULT


NO CONTINUE IN CASE OF FAULT
Y TERMINATE IN CASE OF FAULT
YES TERMINATE IN CASE OF FAULT

Default: NO

STATCS OUTPUT OF STATISTICS

This parameter specifies the interval between statistic outputs


in minutes.

Notes:
- Statistic output can also be requested with the DISP DIAGSTAT
command.

Standard Behavior: no statistic output

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...60, range of decimal numbers

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DIAG BAP- 2-


TEST BAP

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

TEST BASE PROCESSOR

This command tests the BAP spare.

Prerequisites:
- The base processor must be SPR.

Caution: The execution of this command may compromise the regular operation of
the exchange!

This command may start a long-running job. It can be stopped with STOP JOB: JN=
<job number>.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 TEST BAP : [BAP=] [,SUP=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

BAP BASE PROCESSOR NUMBER

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...1, range of decimal numbers

SUP SUPPRESS PROGRESS MESSAGES

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

N DISPLAY PROGRESS MESSAGES


NO DISPLAY PROGRESS MESSAGES
Y SUPPRESS PROGRESS MESSAGES
YES SUPPRESS PROGRESS MESSAGES

Default: YES

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 TEST BAP- 1-


ACT BAPERF
DN
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

ACTIVATE BASIC ACCESS PERFORMANCE MEAS.

This command activates a performance measurement for a


basic access.

THIS COMMAND HAS FOLLOWING INPUT FORMATS :

1. ACT BAPERF - DN ENTRY WITH DIRECTORY NUMBER


2. ACT BAPERF - EQN ENTRY WITH EQUIPMENT NUMBER

1. Input format

ENTRY WITH DIRECTORY NUMBER

Directory-number-oriented input format.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 ACT BAPERF : [LAC=] ,DN= [,SCHED=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

LAC LOCAL AREA CODE

This parameter specifies the local area code.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 digit decimal number

DN DIRECTORY NUMBER

This parameter specifies the directory number.

Notes:
- For PBX lines the line service number must be
specified.
- Not allowed for V5 ports.
Processing will be rejected with "DLU NOT EXISTING".

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...12 digit hexadecimal number where B is


interchangeable with * and C is interchangeable with #

SCHED TIME SCHEDULE NUMBER

This parameter specifies the time schedule that determines


when the performance measurement will be activated
(and deactivated).

A time schedule can be entered by the mml command ENTR TSTSCHED.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...255, range of decimal numbers

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ACT BAPERF- 1+


ACT BAPERF
EQN
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

2. Input format

ENTRY WITH EQUIPMENT NUMBER

Equipment-number-oriented input format.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 ACT BAPERF : DLU= ,LC= [,SCHED=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

DLU DIGITAL LINE UNIT NUMBER

This parameter specifies the digital line unit.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

10...2553, range of decimal numbers

LC LINE CIRCUIT

This parameter specifies the line circuit.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a-b-c

a: SHELF=
0...7, range of decimal numbers

b: MODULE=
0...15, range of decimal numbers

c: CIRCUIT=
0...15, range of decimal numbers

SCHED TIME SCHEDULE NUMBER

This parameter specifies the time schedule that determines


when the performance measurement will be activated
(and deactivated).

A time schedule can be entered by the mml command ENTR TSTSCHED.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...255, range of decimal numbers

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ACT BAPERF- 2-


DACT BAPERF
DN
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

DEACTIVATE BA PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT

This command deactivates a performance measurement for a


basic access.

THIS COMMAND HAS FOLLOWING INPUT FORMATS :

1. DACT BAPERF - DN ENTRY WITH DIRECTORY NUMBER


2. DACT BAPERF - EQN ENTRY WITH EQUIPMENT NUMBER

1. Input format

ENTRY WITH DIRECTORY NUMBER

Directory-number-oriented input format.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DACT BAPERF : [LAC=] ,DN= ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

LAC LOCAL AREA CODE

This parameter specifies the local area code.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 digit decimal number

DN DIRECTORY NUMBER

This parameter specifies the directory number.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...12 digit hexadecimal number where B is


interchangeable with * and C is interchangeable with #

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DACT BAPERF- 1+


DACT BAPERF
EQN
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

2. Input format

ENTRY WITH EQUIPMENT NUMBER

Equipment-number-oriented input format.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DACT BAPERF : DLU= ,LC= ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

DLU DIGITAL LINE UNIT NUMBER

This parameter specifies the digital line unit.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

10...2553, range of decimal numbers

LC LINE CIRCUIT

This parameter specifies the line circuit.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a-b-c

a: SHELF=
0...7, range of decimal numbers

b: MODULE=
0...15, range of decimal numbers

c: CIRCUIT=
0...15, range of decimal numbers

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DACT BAPERF- 2-


DISP BAPERF
DN
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

DISPLAY BASIC ACCESS PERFORMANCE DATA

This command displays performance measurement data for a basic access:

- EFS = error free seconds:


Seconds without frame errors

- ES = errored seconds:
Seconds with at least one frame error

- SES = severely errored seconds:


Seconds with at least 32 frame errors. This
corresponds to a bit error rate (BER) > 10exp-3

- DM = degraded minutes:
60 consecutive seconds (without SES and UAS) with
at least 2 frame errors. This corresponds to
a bit error rate (BER) > 10exp-6

- UAS = unavailable seconds:


Timespan, beginning with the first of at least 10
consecutive seconds with a bit error rate (BER) >
10exp-3, and ending with the last second with a
BER > 10exp-3, which is followed by at least 10
consecutive seconds with BER < 10exp-3

- FRAME ERRORS = frame errors:


Number of frame errors that occurred within the
measuring interval

THIS COMMAND HAS FOLLOWING INPUT FORMATS :

1. DISP BAPERF - DN ENTRY WITH DIRECTORY NUMBER


2. DISP BAPERF - EQN ENTRY WITH EQUIPMENT NUMBER

1. Input format

ENTRY WITH DIRECTORY NUMBER

Directory-number-oriented input format.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DISP BAPERF : [LAC=] ,DN= ,BEGDAT= ,BEGTIM= [,ENDDAT= 1
1 1
1 ,ENDTIM=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

LAC LOCAL AREA CODE

This parameter specifies the local area code.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 digit decimal number

DN DIRECTORY NUMBER

This parameter specifies the directory number.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...12 digit hexadecimal number where B is


interchangeable with * and C is interchangeable with #

BEGDAT BEGIN DATE OF RETRIEVAL

This parameter specifies the date on which the display starts.


Format: <YY>-<MM>-<DD>

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP BAPERF- 1+


DISP BAPERF
DN
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

a-b-c

a: YEAR=
0...99, range of decimal numbers

b: MONTH=
1...12, range of decimal numbers

c: DAY=
1...31, range of decimal numbers

BEGTIM BEGIN TIME OF RETRIEVAL

This parameter specifies the time at which the display starts.


Format: <HH>-<MM>

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a-b

a: HOUR=
0...23, range of decimal numbers

b: MINUTE=
0...59, range of decimal numbers

ENDDAT END DATE OF RETRIEVAL

This parameter specifies the date on which the display ends.


Format: <YY>-<MM>-<DD>

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a-b-c

a: YEAR=
0...99, range of decimal numbers

b: MONTH=
1...12, range of decimal numbers

c: DAY=
1...31, range of decimal numbers

ENDTIM END TIME OF RETRIEVAL

This parameter specifies the time at which the display ends.


Format: <HH>-<MM>

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a-b

a: HOUR=
0...23, range of decimal numbers

b: MINUTE=
0...59, range of decimal numbers

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP BAPERF- 2+


DISP BAPERF
EQN
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

2. Input format

ENTRY WITH EQUIPMENT NUMBER

Equipment-number-oriented input format.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DISP BAPERF : DLU= ,LC= ,BEGDAT= ,BEGTIM= [,ENDDAT= 1
1 1
1 ,ENDTIM=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

DLU DIGITAL LINE UNIT NUMBER

This parameter specifies the digital line unit number.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

10...2553, range of decimal numbers

LC LINE CIRCUIT

This parameter specifies the line circuit.


Format: <SHELF>-<MODULE>-<CIRCUIT>

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a-b-c

a: SHELF=
0...7, range of decimal numbers

b: MODULE=
0...15, range of decimal numbers

c: CIRCUIT=
0...15, range of decimal numbers

BEGDAT BEGIN DATE OF RETRIEVAL

This parameter specifies the date on which the display starts.


Format: <YY>-<MM>-<DD>

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a-b-c

a: YEAR=
0...99, range of decimal numbers

b: MONTH=
1...12, range of decimal numbers

c: DAY=
1...31, range of decimal numbers

BEGTIM BEGIN TIME OF RETRIEVAL

This parameter specifies the time at which the display starts.


Format: <HH>-<MM>

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a-b

a: HOUR=
0...23, range of decimal numbers

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP BAPERF- 3+


DISP BAPERF
EQN
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

b: MINUTE=
0...59, range of decimal numbers

ENDDAT END DATE OF RETRIEVAL

This parameter specifies the date on which the display ends.


Format: <YY>-<MM>-<DD>

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a-b-c

a: YEAR=
0...99, range of decimal numbers

b: MONTH=
1...12, range of decimal numbers

c: DAY=
1...31, range of decimal numbers

ENDTIM END TIME OF RETRIEVAL

This parameter specifies the time at which the display ends.


Format: <HH>-<MM>

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a-b

a: HOUR=
0...23, range of decimal numbers

b: MINUTE=
0...59, range of decimal numbers

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DISP BAPERF- 4-


CONF BCMY

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

CONFIGURE BUS TO COMMON MEMORY

This command configures a bus to common memory.

Notes:
- The configuration from ACT to MBL and the configuration from
MBL or UNA to ACT is considered dangerous.
A dialog mask is output. The operating personnel must decide by
entering ’+’ or ’-’ whether the command should be executed.

This command may start a long-running job. It can be stopped with STOP JOB: JN=
<job number>.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 CONF BCMY : [BCMY=] ,OST= [,DIAG=] [,SUP=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

BCMY BUS FOR COMMON MEMORY

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...1, range of decimal numbers

OST OPERATING STATE

This parameter specifies the target operating state.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

ACT ACTIVE
MBL MAINTENANCE BLOCKED

DIAG DIAGNOSIS

This parameter allows diagnosis before configuration to ACT.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

N CONFIGURE WITHOUT DIAGNOSIS


NO CONFIGURE WITHOUT DIAGNOSIS
Y CONFIGURE WITH DIAGNOSIS
YES CONFIGURE WITH DIAGNOSIS

Default: YES

SUP SUPPRESS PROGRESS MESSAGES

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

N DISPLAY PROGRESS MESSAGES


NO DISPLAY PROGRESS MESSAGES
Y SUPPRESS PROGRESS MESSAGES
YES SUPPRESS PROGRESS MESSAGES

Default: YES

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 CONF BCMY- 1-


DIAG BCMY

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

DIAGNOSE BUS TO COMMON MEMORY

This command initiates a diagnosis for a bus to common memory.


The diagnosis includes interface tests of the active processors and the
common memory. Repeated diagnosis is not possible.

Prerequisites:
- The bus to common memory must be MBL.

Caution: The execution of this command may compromise the regular operation of
the exchange!

This command may start a long-running job. It can be stopped with STOP JOB: JN=
<job number>.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 DIAG BCMY : [BCMY=] [,SUP=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

BCMY BUS FOR COMMON MEMORY

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...1, range of decimal numbers

SUP SUPPRESS PROGRESS MESSAGES

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

N DISPLAY PROGRESS MESSAGES


NO DISPLAY PROGRESS MESSAGES
Y SUPPRESS PROGRESS MESSAGES
YES SUPPRESS PROGRESS MESSAGES

Default: YES

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 DIAG BCMY- 1-


TEST BCMY

KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

TEST BUS TO COMMON MEMORY

This command tests a bus to common memory.

Prerequisites:
- Both B:CMYs must be ACT.

Caution: The execution of this command may compromise the regular operation of
the exchange!

This command may start a long-running job. It can be stopped with STOP JOB: JN=
<job number>.

Input format

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 TEST BCMY : [BCMY=] [,SUP=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

BCMY BUS FOR COMMON MEMORY

Notes:
- If the optional unit parameter is omitted, both B:CMYs are tested.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...1, range of decimal numbers

SUP SUPPRESS PROGRESS MESSAGES

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

N DISPLAY PROGRESS MESSAGES


NO DISPLAY PROGRESS MESSAGES
Y SUPPRESS PROGRESS MESSAGES
YES SUPPRESS PROGRESS MESSAGES

Default: YES

E N D

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 TEST BCMY- 1-


ACT BERM
LTGLC
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

ACT BIT ERROR RATE MEASUREMENT

This command starts a Bit Error Rate Measurement, the purpose of BERM
is to provide limits for bringing into service, and limits for
maintenance of digital paths, sections, and line sections in order
to achieve the performance objective given for series G recommendations.

This measurement is performed on national and international trunks,


using Test Equipment ATE:TM (application ATEBDIR as Directory and
ATEBRESP as Responder).
The measurement can also be performed on RSU interface or sidedoor
trunks. The measurement is not possible if the trunk is a busy High
Speed Link.

This command may start a long-running job. It can be stopped with STOP JOB: JN=
<job number>.

This command starts a semipermanent job. It can be canceled with CAN JOB.

THIS COMMAND HAS FOLLOWING INPUT FORMATS :

1. ACT BERM - LTGLC LTG AND LC ORIENTED


2. ACT BERM - RSU RSU LINK NUMBER AND LC ORIENTED
3. ACT BERM - TGNO TRUNK GROUP NUMBER ORIENTED
4. ACT BERM - TGNOCIC TRUNK GROUP AND CIC ORIENTED

1. Input format

LTG AND LC ORIENTED

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 ACT BERM : RSPDN= ,MEASTYP= ,LTG= ,LC= [,MEASTIM=] 1
1 1
1 [,BERPATT=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

RSPDN RESPONDER DIRECTORY NUMBER

This parameter specifies the responder directory number.

To test an RSU interface or sidedoor trunk the responder


must be a test equipment of the type digital loop back.
This digital loop back responder must be created on an
LTG, that is connected to the RTI (Remote Timeslot
Interchange), where the RSU trunk is connected to.
The trunk group number TGNO of the test equipment
must uniquely identify the digital loopback responder
on one RTI. I.e. there must not exist any other test
equipment with the same trunk group number created
neither on a different RTI nor on the host.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...16 digit hexadecimal number where B is


interchangeable with * and C is interchangeable with #

MEASTYP MEASUREMENT TYPE

This parameter specifies the type of Measurement.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

M1 MEASUREMENT TYPE 1
Type of measurement:
End to End unidirectional.
M2 MEASUREMENT TYPE 2
Type of measurement:
End to End bidirectional.
M3 MEASUREMENT TYPE 3
Type of measurement:

P30305-V6000-A836-03-7619 ACT BERM- 1+


ACT BERM
LTGLC
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

Digital Loopback.

LTG LINE TRUNK GROUP

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a-b

a: LINE TRUNK GROUP SET=


0...127, range of decimal numbers

Dependent on the Switching Network Hardware this


unit represents the Time Stage Group (TSG for SNB)
or the Switching Network MULTIPLEXER (SNMUX for SND
and upper ones).

b: LINE TRUNK GROUP NUMBER=


1...63, range of decimal numbers

LC LINE CONNECTION

This parameter specifies:


- the Line Trunk Unit (LTU) and the channel number for trunks which
are connected to a Line Trunk Group (LTG)

- the channel number for trunks which are connected to a Remote


Switching Unit (RSU)

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a-b

a: LINE TRUNK UNIT / CHANNEL=


0...31, range of decimal numbers

For trunks connected to a LTG only the value 0..7 is allowed.

b: CHANNEL=
0...31, range of decimal numbers

MEASTIM MEASUREMENT TIME

This parameter specifies the Bit Error Ratio Measurement time.

If this parameter is not given, the measurement is assumed to be


continuous.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...1440, range of decimal numbers

Corresponds to the duration of Bit Error Ratio Measurements, in


minuts (1...1440).

BERPATT BIT PATTERN

This parameter specifies the bit pattern for Bit Error Rate
Measurement.

If this parameter is not given, the measurement is executed using a


pseudo-random bit pattern.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...11111111, range of binary numbers

This parameter specifies the bit pattern for the Bit Error Rate
Measurement.

If this parameter are no entry, the measurement is executed


with pseudo-random bit pattern.

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ACT BERM
RSU
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

2. Input format

RSU LINK NUMBER AND LC ORIENTED

This input format is only to be used to identify remote switching unit


interface or sidedoor trunks.

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 ACT BERM : RSPDN= ,MEASTYP= ,RSULINK= ,LC= [,MEASTIM=] 1
1 1
1 [,BERPATT=] [,ATE=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

RSPDN RESPONDER DIRECTORY NUMBER

This parameter specifies the responder directory number.

To test an RSU interface or sidedoor trunk the responder


must be a test equipment of the type digital loop back.
This digital loop back responder must be created on an
LTG, that is connected to the RTI (Remote Timeslot
Interchange), where the RSU trunk is connected to.
The trunk group number TGNO of the test equipment
must uniquely identify the digital loopback responder
on one RTI. I.e. there must not exist any other test
equipment with the same trunk group number created
neither on a different RTI nor on the host.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...16 digit hexadecimal number where B is


interchangeable with * and C is interchangeable with #

MEASTYP MEASUREMENT TYPE

This parameter specifies the type of Measurement.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

M1 MEASUREMENT TYPE 1
Type of measurement:
End to End unidirectional.
M2 MEASUREMENT TYPE 2
Type of measurement:
End to End bidirectional.
M3 MEASUREMENT TYPE 3
Type of measurement:
Digital Loopback.

RSULINK REMOTE SWITCHING UNIT LINK

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...34320, range of decimal numbers

LC LINE CONNECTION

This parameter specifies:


- the Line Trunk Unit (LTU) and the channel number for trunks which
are connected to a Line Trunk Group (LTG)

- the channel number for trunks which are connected to a Remote


Switching Unit (RSU)

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...31, range of decimal numbers

For trunks connected to a LTG only the value 0..7 is allowed.

MEASTIM MEASUREMENT TIME

This parameter specifies the Bit Error Ratio Measurement time.

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ACT BERM
RSU
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

If this parameter is not given, the measurement is assumed to be


continuous.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...1440, range of decimal numbers

Corresponds to the duration of Bit Error Ratio Measurements, in


minuts (1...1440).

BERPATT BIT PATTERN

This parameter specifies the bit pattern for Bit Error Rate
Measurement.

If this parameter is not given, the measurement is executed using a


pseudo-random bit pattern.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...11111111, range of binary numbers

This parameter specifies the bit pattern for the Bit Error Rate
Measurement.

If this parameter are no entry, the measurement is executed


with pseudo-random bit pattern.

ATE AUTOMATIC TEST EQUIPMENT

This parameter specifies the equipment number of the


automatic test equipment.

This parameter is only allowed for tests of an RSU


sidedoor trunk.
To test an RSU interface trunk, an ATE connected to
the host is selected. For all other types of trunk
any ATE is connected.
In the case that the RSU sidedoor trunk is connected
to two RTI (Remote Timeslot Interchange) belonging
to the same HTI (Home Timeslot Interchange) the
parameter may be omitted. In that case an ATE
connected to the host will be selected.
The ATE must not be connected to the same RTI as
the responder.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a-b

a: AUTOMATIC TEST EQUIPMENT=


0...31, range of decimal numbers

Dependent on the Switching Network Hardware this unit


represents the Time Stage Group (TSG for SNB) or the
Switching Network Multiplexer (SNMUX for SND and
upper ones) for the identification of the automatic
test equipment.

b: AUTOMATIC TEST EQUIPMENT=


1...63, range of decimal numbers

Corresponds to the Line Trunk Group Number

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ACT BERM
TGNO
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

3. Input format

TRUNK GROUP NUMBER ORIENTED

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 ACT BERM : RSPDN= ,MEASTYP= ,TGNO= [,MEASTIM=] [,BERPATT=] 1
1 1
1 [,LNO=] [,ATE=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

RSPDN RESPONDER DIRECTORY NUMBER

This parameter specifies the responder directory number.

To test an RSU interface or sidedoor trunk the responder


must be a test equipment of the type digital loop back.
This digital loop back responder must be created on an
LTG, that is connected to the RTI (Remote Timeslot
Interchange), where the RSU trunk is connected to.
The trunk group number TGNO of the test equipment
must uniquely identify the digital loopback responder
on one RTI. I.e. there must not exist any other test
equipment with the same trunk group number created
neither on a different RTI nor on the host.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...16 digit hexadecimal number where B is


interchangeable with * and C is interchangeable with #

MEASTYP MEASUREMENT TYPE

This parameter specifies the type of Measurement.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

M1 MEASUREMENT TYPE 1
Type of measurement:
End to End unidirectional.
M2 MEASUREMENT TYPE 2
Type of measurement:
End to End bidirectional.
M3 MEASUREMENT TYPE 3
Type of measurement:
Digital Loopback.

TGNO TRUNK GROUP NUMBER

This parameter specifies the trunk group number.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...6 characters from the


symbolic name character set

MEASTIM MEASUREMENT TIME

This parameter specifies the Bit Error Ratio Measurement time.

If this parameter is not given, the measurement is assumed to be


continuous.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...1440, range of decimal numbers

Corresponds to the duration of Bit Error Ratio Measurements, in


minuts (1...1440).

BERPATT BIT PATTERN

This parameter specifies the bit pattern for Bit Error Rate

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ACT BERM
TGNO
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

Measurement.

If this parameter is not given, the measurement is executed using a


pseudo-random bit pattern.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

0...11111111, range of binary numbers

This parameter specifies the bit pattern for the Bit Error Rate
Measurement.

If this parameter are no entry, the measurement is executed


with pseudo-random bit pattern.

LNO LINE NUMBER

This parameter specifies the line number.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

1...16383, range of decimal numbers

ATE AUTOMATIC TEST EQUIPMENT

This parameter specifies the equipment number of the


automatic test equipment.

This parameter is only allowed for tests of an RSU


sidedoor trunk.
To test an RSU interface trunk, an ATE connected to
the host is selected. For all other types of trunk
any ATE is connected.
In the case that the RSU sidedoor trunk is connected
to two RTI (Remote Timeslot Interchange) belonging
to the same HTI (Home Timeslot Interchange) the
parameter may be omitted. In that case an ATE
connected to the host will be selected.
The ATE must not be connected to the same RTI as
the responder.

This parameter only accepts a single value entry.

a-b

a: AUTOMATIC TEST EQUIPMENT=


0...31, range of decimal numbers

Dependent on the Switching Network Hardware this unit


represents the Time Stage Group (TSG for SNB) or the
Switching Network Multiplexer (SNMUX for SND and
upper ones) for the identification of the automatic
test equipment.

b: AUTOMATIC TEST EQUIPMENT=


1...63, range of decimal numbers

Corresponds to the Line Trunk Group Number

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ACT BERM
TGNOCIC
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4. Input format

TRUNK GROUP AND CIC ORIENTED

XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB=
1 1
1 ACT BERM : RSPDN= ,MEASTYP= ,TGNO= [,MEASTIM=] [,BERPATT=] 1
1 1
1 [,CIC=] [,ATE=] ; 1
1 1
>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW

Input parameter

RSPDN RESPONDER DIRECTORY NUMBER

This parameter specifies the responder directory number.

To test an RSU interface or sidedoor trunk the responder


must be a test equipment of the t