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ASR 51 Changes to Switched Ethernet Services (Doc ID 2056862.1)

Last updated on MARCH 15, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Communications MetaSolv Solution Module - ASR - Version 51.0.0 and later
Oracle Communications MetaSolv Solution - Version 6.2.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

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Switched Ethernet Services were previously ordered via a Special (REQTYPE “S”) ASR Order with the EVCI Field populated.  ASR 51 changed this with the advent of Private Internet Protocol (PIP) Service (REQTYPE “P”) that is now used to order Stand Alone Ethernet Virtual Connections (EVC) and Stand Alone Permanent Virtual Connections (PVC).

However, MetaSolv Solution (MSS) has been positioned so that, when an Existing ASR Order is upgraded to ASR 51, a choice is given to keep the existing ASR format or change it to the new ASR format. If "Yes" is selected the Transport Form is eliminated and the Switched Ethernet Service (SES) form is substituted.

 

 

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Scenario 1:  An existing ASR 47 order upgrading to ASR 51 that retaining the existing Format:

 

Retrieve the existing ASR Order

Click on Option and select “Update Version”

A message “Do you wish to convert this order into a Switched Ethernet Service order  

Click “No”

Another message “ASR order successfully update to version number 51”

When the ASR Order is opened it has retained the same format with Transport Form as before. 

 

Senario 2:  An existing ASR 47 order upgrading to ASR 51 and using the new Switched Ethernet Service (SES) Form: 

Retrieve the existing ASR Order

Click on Option and select “Update Version”

A message “Do you wish to convert this order into a Switched Ethernet Service order” 

Click “Yes”

The information message “ASR order successfully updated to version number 51 

 When the ASR Order is opened it has replaced the Transport form with the new Switched Ethernet Service (SES) Form:

 

 

 

 

 

 

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