Generic Criteria for Packet Voice Integrated Digital Loop Carrier (IDLC) Systems Operation and Management
Document Number GR-3110
Issue Number 01
Issue Date Apr 2003
ABSTRACT: Packet voice (PV) based access systems are destined to displace conventional TDM-based access systems as the PSTN gradually migrates to
a packet switching transport and services infrastructure. Issue 1 of GR-3110-CORE, Generic Criteria for Packet Voice Integrated
Digital Loop Carrier (IDLC) Systems Operation and Management, provides the groundwork for this transition in the access network.
GR-3110-CORE addresses the operations and management support issues associated with the deployment of these PV-IDLC systems that
utilize packet voice transport technology and IDLC Class 5 switch interfaces. The criteria provided in this document are largely
independent of the specific access and packet transport technology used by the PV-IDLC system. This approach allows the PV-IDLC system
and management requirements to be applied to a large range of access and packet transport technology types (e.g., PON, HFC,
point-to-point FITL, Ethernet, ATM, IP, etc).
The comprehensive operations and management criteria specified in GR-3110-CORE will enable service providers and access system
suppliers to cost-effectively and rapidly:
- develop packet voice capable access systems that meet both the short-term and long-term business needs of service
- deploy packet voice capable access systems that can provide significant revenue streams for several years while also serving as an
important transitional technology for the migration to softswitch architectures.
When using GR-3110, you may need to refer to GR-199, GR-253, GR-303, GR-303-IMD, GR-815, TR-TSY-000824,
GR-826, GR-833, and GR-909. You may also want to refer to GR-8, GR-834, GR-844, GR-1248, GR-3071,
GR-3109, ITU-T G.983.2, and/or TMF 814.
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