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MSS Needs to Support the Grooming of the End Points - Originating and Terminating Networks / Elements for Physical and Virtual Connections (Doc ID 1954508.1)

Last updated on MARCH 06, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Communications MetaSolv Solution - Version 6.2.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

ENHANCEMENT REQUEST
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Groom tool needs to be able to support end-point grooms - Originating and Terminating Networks / Elements.
Customer has need to perform end-point grooms using the groom tool.
As old DSLAMS are decommissioned, we need to be able to move customer circuits to the new DSLAM as a termination point.

After the groom is finished, in the VC we observe the new end point correctly connected, but the previous end point remains on the schematic design without connections.

BUSINESS IMPACT:
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We will be doing more and more endpoint grooms as we deploy new DSLAMS and Virtual Connections.
Additionally, our network conversion project will also require more virtual grooming as we move our FTTT circuits to the network-based circuits (as per Oracle's recommendation),
instead of being stand-alone facility circuits as they are today. FTTT circuits are critical customer circuits and must be processed quickly and efficiently.
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Solution

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In this Document
Goal
Solution
 Patch 19718144 - MSS_6_2_1_B804  - Network Rehome for physical circuit(s)
 Patch 21901570 - MSS_6_2_1_B1005 - Indirect Rehome on Grooming Virtual Circuits
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