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S5_2.PDF 1 Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 5.2- 1 ITU ITU SeminarSeminar WarsawWarsaw, , Poland Poland , , 66--1010 OctoberOctober 20032003 SessionSession 5.25.2 Features, Inputs/outputs for Features, Inputs/outputs for most frequent tools: most frequent tools: application ofapplication of ExcelExcel PLANITUPLANITU Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 5.2- 2 Application ofApplication of ExcelExcel Ø entering and storing of network data (coordinates, traffic, equipment costs) Ø sorting of network data Ø calculating of basic formulas (demand forecasting) and simple methods (exchange locations) Ø presenting of tables and charts 2 Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 5.2- 3 Example for the location problem from Session 4.2 “Switching/Routing planning”: 0 0 81 326 81 0 0 0 0 0 122 407 163 0 0 0 0 0 81 366 204 0 0 0 156 40 323 284 122 0 0 0 391 236 323 323 326 41 43 43 234 235 194 150 132 190 222 188 38 208 326 310 240 283 317 317 R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 ExcelExcel Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 5.2- 4 Example for the location problem from Session 4.2 “Switching/Routing planning”: R1 = 81 + 326 + 81 = 488 S1 = R1 = 488 R2 = 122 + 407 + 163 = 692 S2 = S1 + R2 = 1180 R3 = 81 + 366 + 204 = 651 S3 = S2 + R3 = 1183 R4 = 156 + 40 + 323 + 284 + 122 = 925 S4 = S3 + R4 = 2756 R5 = 391 + 236 + 323 + 323 + 326 + 41 + 43 +43 = 1726 S5 = S4 + R5 = 4482 R6 = 234 +235 +194 +150 + 132 + 190 + 222 + 188 = 1545 S6 = S5 + R6 = 6027 R7 = 38 + 208 + 326 + 310 + 240 + 283 + 317 + 317 = 2611 S7 = S6 + R7 = 8638 S TOT = S7 SY = S TOT /2 = 8638/2 = 4319 ExcelExcel 3 Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 5.2- 5 Result for the location problem from Session 4.2 “Switching/Routing planning”:ExcelExcel Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 5.2- 6 PLANITUPLANITU PLANITU is a tool for optimisation and dimensioning of telecom networks, based on an integrated interactive approach for finding minimum cost solutions for: • location and boundaries of exchanges • selection of switching and transmission equipment • circuit quantities, traffic routing, switching hierarchy • choice of transmission paths. 4 Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 5.2- 7 PLANITUPLANITU n o . o f e x c h a n g e s O p t i m u m T o t a l E x c h a n g e s S u b s c r i b e r s C i r c u i t s C o s t s Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 5.2- 8 PLANITUPLANITU Exchange locations Exchange boundaries Inter-exchange traffics Inter-exchange circuits Transmission systems Network changes Boundaries Circuits Locations Cost / erlang Boundaries Subs / exch Traffics Cost / circuit Circuits Distances Current network Locations Distances Boundaries Subs / exch Traffic distribution Circuits Routing Cost / link Cost / circuit Improved network 5 Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 5.2- 9 Local Networks •Exchange locations •Exchange boundaries •RSU locations & boundaries •Inter-exchange network •Exchange hierarchy •Transmission systems PLANITUPLANITU Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 5.2- 10 PLANITUPLANITU Rural Networks •Exchange locations & boundaries •Exchange hierarchy •Inter-exchange network •Transmission systems 6 Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 5.2- 11 PLANITUPLANITU National & International Networks •Traffic routing •Exchange hierarchy •Inter-exchange network •Transmission systems Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 5.2- 12 New Features in Planitu 3.0 Access network optimization 1. (...) Planning of cabinet areas 7 Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 5.2- 13 Backbone network optimization 1. (...) Design of nonhierarchical circuit-switched networks 3. Optimization of the fixed part of mobile (GSM) networks 4.
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  عربي   |   中文   |   Español   |   Français   |   Русский     Advanced Search   Home : ITU-T Home     2005-2008 ITU-T SG 13 Recommendations F series : Non-telephone telecommunication services F600-F699 : Data transmission services F.600 : Service and operational principles for public data transmission service G series : Transmission systems and media, digital systems and networks G800-G899 : Digital networks G800-G809 : General aspects G.801 : Digital transmission models G.802 : Interworking between networks based on different digital hierarchies and speech encoding laws G860-G869 : SDH radio and satellite systems integration G.861 : Principles and guidelines for the integration of satellite and radio systems in SDH transport networks G8000-G8999 : Packet over Transport aspects G8100-G8199 : MPLS over Transport aspects G.8114/Y.1373 (draft) : Operation and maintenance mechanism for T-MPLS layer networks I series : Integrated services digital network I100-I199 : General structure I110-I119 : Terminology I.112 : Vocabulary of terms for ISDNs I.113 : Vocabulary of terms for broadband aspects of ISDN I.114 (draft) : Vocabulary of terms for universal personal telecommunication I.114 : Vocabulary of terms for universal personal telecommunication I120-I129 : Description of ISDNs I.120 : Integrated services digital networks (ISDNs) I.121 : Broadband aspects of ISDN I.122 : Framework for frame mode bearer services I130-I139 : General modelling methods I.130 : Method for the characterization of telecommunication services supported by an ISDN and network capabilities of an ISDN I140-I149 : Telecommunication network and service attributes I.140 : Attribute technique for the characterization of telecommunication services supported by an ISDN and network capabilities of an ISDN I.141 : ISDN network charging capabilities attributes I150-I199 : General description of asynchronous transfer mode I.150 : B-ISDN asynchronous transfer mode functional characteristics I200-I299 : Service capabilities I200-I209 : Scope I.200 : Guidance to the I.200-series of Recommendations I210-I219 : General aspects of services in ISDN I.210 : Principles of telecommunication services supported by an ISDN and the means to describe them I.211 : B-ISDN service aspects I300-I399 : Overall network aspects and functions I310-I319 : Network functional principles I.310 : ISDN – Network functional principles I.311 : B-ISDN general network aspects I.312/Q.1201 : Principles of intelligent network architecture I.313 : B-ISDN network requirements I320-I329 : Reference models I.320 : ISDN protocol reference model I.321 : B-ISDN protocol reference model and its application I.322 : Generic protocol reference model for telecommunication networks I.324 : ISDN network architecture I.325 : Reference configurations for ISDN connection types I.327 : B-ISDN functional architecture I.328/Q.1202 : Intelligent network – Service plane architecture I.329/Q.1203 : Intelligent network – Global functional plane architecture I330-I339 : Numbering, addressing and routing I.330 : ISDN numbering and addressing principles I.333 : Terminal selection in ISDN I.334 : Principles relating ISDN numbers/sub-addresses to the OSI reference model network layer addresses I340-I349 : Connection types I.340 : ISDN connection types I360-I369 : Protocol layer requirements I.361 : B-ISDN ATM layer specification I.363.1 : Type 1 AAL I.363.2 : Type 2 AAL I.363.3 : Type 3/4 AAL I.363.5 : Type 5 AAL I.364 : Support of the broadband connectionless data bearer service by the B-ISDN I.365.1 : Frame relaying service specific convergence sublayer (FR-SSCS) I.365.2 : Service-specific coordination function to provide the connection-oriented network service I.365.3 : Service-specific coordination function to provide the connection-oriented transport service I.365.4 : Service-specific convergence sublayer for HDLC applications I.366.1 : Segmentation and Reassembly Service Specific Convergence Sublayer for the AAL type 2 I.366.2 : AAL type 2 service specific convergence sublayer for narrow-band services I370-I399 : General network requirements and functions I.370 : Congestion management for the ISDN frame relaying bearer service I.372 : Frame relaying bearer service network-to-network interface requirements I.373 : Network capabilities to support universal personal telecommunication (UPT) I.375.1 : General aspects I.375.2 : Example of multimedia retrieval service class – Video-on-demand service using an ATM-based network I.375.3 : Example of multimedia distribution service class – Switched digital broadcasting I.376 : ISDN network capabilities for the support of the teleaction service I.377 : Network requirements to support charging and accounting in B-ISDN I400-I499 : ISDN user-network interfaces I410-I429 : Application of I-series Recommendations to ISDN user-network interfaces I.410 : General aspects and principles relating to Recommendations on ISDN user-network interfaces I.411 : ISDN user-network interfaces – Reference configurations I.412 : ISDN user-network interfaces – Interface structures and access capabilities I.413 : B-ISDN user-network interface I.420 : Basic user-network interface I.421 : Primary rate user-network interface I460-I469 : Multiplexing, rate adaption and support of existing interfaces I.460 : Multiplexing, rate adaption and support of existing interfaces I.461/X.30 : Support of X.21, X.21 bis and X.20 bis based Data Terminal Equipments (DTEs) by an Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) I.462/X.31 : Support of packet mode terminal equipment by an ISDN I.464 : Multiplexing, rate adaption and support of existing interfaces for restricted 64 kbit/s transfer capability I470-I489 : Aspects of ISDN affecting terminal requirements I.470 : Relationship of terminal functions to ISDN I.480 : 1+1 protection switching for cell-based physical layer I500-I599 : Internetwork interfaces I.500 : General structure of the ISDN interworking Recommendations I.501 : Service interworking I.510 : Definitions and general principles for ISDN interworking I.511 : ISDN-to-ISDN layer 1 internetwork interface I.515 : Parameter exchange for ISDN interworking I.520 : General arrangements for network interworking between ISDNs I.525 : Interworking between networks operating at bit rates less than 64 kbit/s with 64 kbit/s-based ISDN and B-ISDN I.530 : Network interworking between an ISDN and a public switched telephone network (PSTN) I.540/X.321 : General arrangements for interworking between Circuit-Switched Public Data Networks (CSPDNs) and Integrated Services Digital Networks (ISDNs) for the provision of data transmission services I.550/X.325 : General arrangements for interworking between Packet-Switched Public Data Networks (PSPDNs) and Integrated Services Digital Networks (ISDNs) for the provision of data transmission services I.555 : Frame Relaying Bearer Service interworking I.570 : Public/private ISDN interworking I.571 : Connection of VSAT based private networks to the public ISDN I.572 : VSAT interconnection with the PSTN I.580 : General arrangements for interworking between B-ISDN and 64 kbit/s based ISDN I.581 : General arrangements for B-ISDN interworking I600-I699 : Maintenance principles I.601 : General maintenance principles of ISDN subscriber access and subscriber installation I.610 : B-ISDN operation and maintenance principles and functions I supplements : Supplements to the Series I Recommendations I Suppl. 1 : Generic service descriptions for ten supplementary services defined in I.250-Series Recommendations Q series : Switching and signalling Q850-Q999 : Digital subscriber Signalling System No. 1 Q930-Q939 : Network layer Q.933 : ISDN Digital Subscriber Signalling System No. 1 (DSS1) – Signalling specifications for frame mode switched and permanent virtual connection control and status monitoring Q.933 bis : Abstract test suite – Signalling specification for frame mode basic call control conformance testing for permanent virtual connections (PVCs) Q1200-Q1699 : Intelligent Network Q.1201/I.312 : Principles of intelligent network architecture Q.1202/I.328 : Intelligent network – Service plane architecture Q.1203/I.329 : Intelligent network – Global functional plane architecture Q3000-Q3999 : Signalling requirements and protocols for the NGN Q3130-Q3179 : Bearer control signalling Q.3150/Y.1416 : Use of virtual trunks for ATM/MPLS client/server control plane interworking Q.3151/Y.1417 : ATM and frame relay/MPLS control plane interworking: Client-server X series : Data networks, open system communications and security X1-X19 : Services and facilities X1-X199 : Public data networks X.1 : International user classes of service in, and categories of access to, public data networks and Integrated Services Digital Networks (ISDNs) X.2 : International data transmission services and optional user facilities in public data networks and ISDNs X.3 : Packet Assembly/Disassembly facility (PAD) in a public data network X.4 : General structure of signals of International Alphabet No. 5 code for character oriented data transmission over public data networks X.5 : Facsimile Packet Assembly/Disassembly facility (FPAD) in a public data network X.6 : Multicast service definition X.7 : Technical characteristics of data transmission services X.8 : Multi-aspect PAD (MAP) framework and service definition X20-X49 : Interfaces X.20 : Interface between Data Terminal Equipment (DTE) and Data Circuit-terminating Equipment (DCE) for start-stop transmission services on public data networks X.20 bis : Use on public data networks of Data Terminal Equipment (DTE) which is designed for interfacing to asynchronous duplex V-Series modems X.21 : Interface between Data Terminal Equipment and Data Circuit-terminating Equipment for synchronous operation on public data networks X.21 bis : Use on public data networks of Data Terminal Equipment (DTE) which is designed for interfacing to synchronous V-Series modems X.22 : Multiplex DTE/DCE interface for user classes 3-6 X.24 (draft) : List of definitions for interchange circuits between Data Terminal Equipment (DTE) and Data Circuit-terminating Equipment (DCE) on public data networks X.24 : List of definitions for interchange circuits between Data Terminal Equipment (DTE) and Data Circuit-terminating Equipment (DCE) on public data networks X.25 : Interface between Data Terminal Equipment (DTE) and Data Circuit-terminating Equipment (DCE) for terminals operating in the packet mode and connected to public data networks by dedicated circuit X.28 : DTE/DCE interface for a start-stop mode Data Terminal Equipment accessing the Packet Assembly/Disassembly facility (PAD) in a public data network situated in the same country X.29 : Procedures for the exchange of control information and user data between a Packet Assembly/Disassembly (PAD) facility and a packet mode DTE or another PAD X.30/I.461 : Support of X.21, X.21 bis and X.20 bis based Data Terminal Equipments (DTEs) by an Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) X.31/I.462 : Support of packet mode terminal equipment by an ISDN X.32 : Interface between Data terminal Equipment (DTE) and Data Circuit-terminating Equipment (DCE) for terminals operating in the packet mode and accessing a Packet-Switched Public Data Network through a public switched telephone network or an Integrated Services Digital Network or a Circuit-Switched Public Data Network X.33 : Access to packet-switched data transmission services via frame relaying data transmission services X.34 : Access to packet-switched data transmission services via B-ISDN X.35 : Interface between a PSPDN and a private PSDN which is based on X.25 procedures and enhancements to define a gateway function that is provided in the PSPDN X.36 : Interface between Data Terminal Equipment (DTE) and Data Circuit-terminating Equipment (DCE) for public data networks providing frame relay data transmission service by dedicated circuit X.37 : Encapsulation in X.25 packets of various protocols including frame relay X.38 : G3 facsimile equipment/DCE interface for G3 facsimile equipment accessing the Facsimile Packet Assembly/Disassembly facility (FPAD) in a public data network situated in the same country X.39 : Procedures for the exchange of control information and user data between a Facsimile Packet Assembly/Disassembly (FPAD) facility and a packet mode Data Terminal Equipment (DTE) or another FPAD X.42 : Procedures and methods for accessing a public data network from a DTE operating under control of a generalized polling protocol X.45 : Interface between data terminal equipment (DTE) and data circuit-terminating equipment (DCE) for terminals operating in the packet mode and connected to public data networks, designed for efficiency at higher speeds X.46 : Access to FRDTS via B-ISDN X.48 : Procedures for the provision of a basic multicast service for data terminal equipments (DTEs) using Recommendation X.25 X.49 : Procedures for the provision of an extended multicast service for data terminal equipments (DTEs) using Recommendation X.25 X50-X89 : Transmission, signalling and switching X.60 : Common channel signalling for circuit-switched data applications X.70 : Terminal and transit control signalling system for start-stop services on international circuits between anisochronous data networks X.71 : Decentralized terminal and transit control signalling system on international circuits between synchronous data networks X.75 : Packet-switched signalling system between public networks providing data transmission services X.76 : Network-to-network interface between public networks providing PVC and/or SVC frame relay data transmission service X.77 : Interworking between PSPDNs via B-ISDN X.78 : Interworking procedures between networks providing frame relay data transmission services via B-ISDN X.80 : Interworking of interexchange signalling systems for circuit-switched data services X.81 : Interworking between an ISDN circuit-switched and a circuit-switched public data network (CSPDN) X.82 : Detailed arrangements for interworking between CSPDNs and PSPDNs based on Recommendation T.70 X.84 : Support of frame relay services over MPLS core networks X90-X149 : Network aspects X.92 : Hypothetical reference connections for public synchronous data networks X.96 : Call progress signals in public data networks X.110 : International routing principles and routing plan for Public Data Networks X.111 : Principles for the routing of international frame relay traffic X.115 : Definition of address translation capability in public data networks X.116 : Address translation registration and resolution protocol X.121 : International numbering plan for public data networks X.123 : Mapping between escape codes and TOA/NPI for E.164/X.121 numbering plan interworking during the transition period X.124 : Arrangements for the interworking of the E.164 and X.121 numbering plans for frame relay and ATM networks X.125 : Procedure for the notification of the assignment of international network identification codes for public frame relay data networks and ATM networks numbered under the E.164 numbering plan X.130 : Call processing delays in public data networks when providing international synchronous circuit-switched data services X.131 : Call blocking in public data networks when providing international synchronous circuit-switched data services X.134 : Portion boundaries and packet-layer reference events: basis for defining packet-switched performance parameters X.135 : Speed of service (delay and throughput) performance values for public data networks when providing international packet-switched services X.136 : Accuracy and dependability performance values for public data networks when providing international packet-switched services X.137 : Availability performance values for public data networks when providing international packet-switched services X.138 : Measurement of performance values for public data networks when providing international packet-switched services X.139 : Echo, drop, generator and test DTEs for measurement of performance values in public data networks when providing international packet-switched services X.140 : General quality of service parameters for communication via public data networks X.141 : General principles for the detection and correction of errors in public data networks X.142 : Quality of service metrics for characterizing Frame Relay/ATM service interworking performance X.144 : User information transfer performance parameters for public frame relay data networks X.145 : Connection establishment and disengagement performance parameters for public Frame Relay data networks providing SVC services X.146 : Performance objectives and quality of service classes applicable to frame relay X.147 : Frame Relay network availability X.148 : Procedures for the measurement of the performance of public data networks providing the international frame relay service X.149 : Performance of IP networks when supported by public Frame Relay data networks X150-X179 : Maintenance X.150 : Principles of maintenance testing for public data networks using Data Terminal Equipment (DTE) and Data Circuit-terminating Equipment (DCE) test loops X.151 : Frame Relay operations and maintenance – Principles and functions X180-X199 : Administrative arrangements X.180 : Administrative arrangements for international closed user groups (CUGs) X.181 : Administrative arrangements for the provision of international permanent virtual circuits (PVCs) X200-X299 : Open Systems Interconnection X270-X279 : Security Protocols X.272 : Data compression and privacy over frame relay networks X300-X399 : Interworking between networks X300-X349 : General X.300 : General principles for interworking between public networks and between public networks and other networks for the provision of data transmission services X.301 : Description of the general arrangements for call control within a subnetwork and between subnetworks for the provision of data transmission services X.302 : Description of the general arrangements for internal network utilities within a subnetwork and intermediate utilities between subnetworks for the provision of data transmission services X.305 : Functionalities of subnetworks relating to the support of the OSI connection-mode network service X.320 : General arrangements for interworking between Integrated Services Digital Networks (ISDNs) for the provision of data transmission services X.321/I.540 : General arrangements for interworking between Circuit-Switched Public Data Networks (CSPDNs) and Integrated Services Digital Networks (ISDNs) for the provision of data transmission services X.322 : General arrangements for interworking between Packet-Switched Public Data Networks (PSPDNs) and Circuit-Switched Public Data Networks (CSPDNs) for the provision of data transmission services X.323 : General arrangements for interworking between Packet-Switched Public Data Networks (PSPDNs) X.324 : General arrangements for interworking between Packet-Switched Public Data Networks (PSPDNs) and public mobile systems for the provision of data transmission services X.325/I.500 : General arrangements for interworking between Packet-Switched Public Data Networks (PSPDNs) and Integrated Services Digital Networks (ISDNs) for the provision of data transmission services X.326 : General arrangements for interworking between Packet-Switched Public Data Networks (PSPDNs) and Common Channel Signalling Network (CCSN) X.327 : General arrangements for interworking between Packet-Switched Public Data Networks (PSPDNs) and private data networks for the provision of data transmission services X.328 : General arrangements for interworking between Public Data Networks providing frame relay data transmission services and Integrated Services Digital Networks (ISDNs) for the provision of data transmission services X.329 : General arrangements for interworking between networks providing frame relay data transmission services and B-ISDN X.340 : General arrangements for interworking between a Packet-Switched Public Data Network (PSPDN) and the international telex network X350-X369 : Satellite data transmission systems X.350 : General interworking requirements to be met for data transmission in international public mobile satellite systems X.351 : Special requirements to be met for Packet Assembly/Disassembly facilities (PADs) located at or in association with coast earth stations in the public mobile satellite service X.352 : Interworking between Packet-Switched Public Data Networks and public maritime mobile satellite data transmission systems X.353 : Routing principles for interconnecting public maritime mobile satellite data transmission systems with public data networks X.361 : Connection of VSAT systems with Packet-Switched Public Data Networks based on X.25 procedures X370-X379 : IP-based networks X.371/Y.1402 : General arrangements for interworking between Public Data Networks and the Internet Y series : Global information infrastructure, Internet protocol aspects and next-generation networks Y100-Y199 : General Y100-Y999 : Global information infrastructure Y.100 : General overview of the Global Information Infrastructure standards development Y.101 : Global Information Infrastructure terminology: Terms and definitions Y.110 : Global Information Infrastructure principles and framework architecture Y.120 : Global Information Infrastructure scenario methodology Y.130 : Information communication architecture Y.140 : Global Information Infrastructure (GII): Reference points for interconnection framework Y.140.1 : Guideline for attributes and requirements for interconnection between public telecommunication network operators and service providers involved in provision of telecommunication services Y800-Y899 : Performances Y.800 (draft) : Performance framework for the GII Y1000-Y1099 : General Y1000-Y1999 : Internet protocol aspects Y.1001 : IP framework – A framework for convergence of telecommunications network and IP network technologies Y1200-Y1299 : Architecture, access, network capabilities and resource management Y.1231 : IP Access Network Architecture Y.1241 : Support of IP-based services using IP transfer capabilities Y.1251 : General architectural model for interworking Y.1261 : Service requirements and architecture for voice services over Multi-Protocol Label Switching Y.1271 : Framework(s) on network requirements and capabilities to support emergency telecommunications over evolving circuit-switched and packet-switched networks Y.1281 : Mobile IP services over MPLS Y.1291 : An architectural framework for support of Quality of Service in packet networks Y.1292 : Customizable IP networks (CIP): Framework for the requirements and capabilities related to the customization of IP service networks by customers Y1300-Y1399 : Transport Y.1310 : Transport of IP over ATM in public networks Y.1311 : Network-based VPNs – Generic architecture and service requirements Y.1311.1 : Network-based IP VPN over MPLS architecture Y.1312 : Layer 1 Virtual Private Network generic requirements and architecture elements Y.1313 : Layer 1 Virtual Private Network service and network architectures Y.1314 : Virtual private network functional decomposition Y.1315 : QoS support for VPN services – Framework and characteristics Y.1373/G.8114 (draft) : Operation and maintenance mechanism for T-MPLS layer networks Y1400-Y1499 : Interworking Y.1401 : Principles of interworking Y.1402/X.371 : General arrangements for interworking between Public Data Networks and the Internet Y.1411 : ATM-MPLS network interworking – Cell mode user plane interworking Y.1412 : ATM-MPLS network interworking – Frame mode user plane interworking Y.1413 : TDM-MPLS network interworking – User plane interworking Y.1414 : Voice services – MPLS network interworking Y.1415 : Ethernet-MPLS network interworking – User plane interworking Y.1416/Q.3150 : Use of virtual trunks for ATM/MPLS client/server control plane interworking Y.1417/Q.3151 : ATM and frame relay/MPLS control plane interworking: Client-server Y.1418 : Pseudowire layer network Y.1452 : Voice trunking over IP networks Y.1453 : TDM-IP interworking – User plane interworking Y.1454 : Tandem free operation (TFO) – IP network interworking – User plane interworking Y1700-Y1799 : Operation, administration and maintenance Y.1710 : Requirements for Operation & Maintenance functionality in MPLS networks Y.1711 : Operation & Maintenance mechanism for MPLS networks Y.1712 : OAM functionality for ATM-MPLS interworking Y.1713 : Misbranching detection for MPLS networks Y.1714 : MPLS management and OAM framework Y.1730 : Requirements for OAM functions in Ethernet-based networks and Ethernet services Y.1731 : OAM functions and mechanisms for Ethernet based networks Y1900-Y1999 : Available Y.1901 (draft) : Requirements for the support of IPTV services Y.1910 : IPTV architecture Y2000-Y2999 : Next Generation Networks Y2000-Y2099 : Frameworks and functional architecture models Y.2001 : General overview of NGN Y.2006 : Description of capability set 1 of NGN release 1 Y.2011 : General principles and general reference model for Next Generation Networks Y.2012 : Functional requirements and architecture of the NGN release 1 Y.2013 : Converged services framework functional requirements and architecture Y.2014 : Network attachment control functions in next generation networks Y.2015 (draft) : General requirements for ID/locator separation in NGN Y.2021 : IMS for Next Generation Networks Y.2031 : PSTN/ISDN emulation architecture Y.2051 : General overview of IPv6-based NGN Y.2052 : Framework of multi-homing in IPv6-based NGN Y.2053 : Functional requirements for IPv6 migration in NGN Y.2054 : Framework to support signalling for IPv6-based NGN Y.2091 : Terms and definitions for Next Generation Networks Y2100-Y2199 : Quality of Service and performance Y.2111 (draft) : Resource and admission control functions in next generation networks Y.2111 : Resource and admission control functions in Next Generation Networks Y.2112 : A QoS control architecture for Ethernet-based IP access networks Y.2113 (draft) : Ethernet QoS control for next generation networks Y.2121 : Requirements for the support of flow-state-aware transport technology in NGN Y.2171 : Admission control priority levels in Next Generation Networks Y.2172 : Service restoration priority levels in Next Generation Networks Y.2173 : Management of performance measurement for NGN Y.2174 : Distributed RACF architecture for MPLS networks Y.2175 (draft) : Centralized RACF architecture for MPLS core networks Y2200-Y2249 : Service aspects: Service capabilities and service architecture Y.2201 : NGN release 1 requirements Y.2205 (draft) : Next Generation Networks - Emergency telecommunications - Technical considerations Y.2211 : IMS-based real-time conversational multimedia services over NGN Y.2212 : Requirements of managed delivery services Y.2213 : NGN service requirements and capabilities for network aspects of applications and services using tag-based identification Y.2232 : NGN convergence service model and scenario using web services Y.2233 : Requirements and framework allowing accounting and charging capabilities in NGN Y.2234 : Open service environment capabilities for NGN applications Y.2235 (draft) : Converged web-browsing service scenarios in NGN Y2250-Y2299 : Service aspects: Interoperability of services and networks in NGN Y.2261 : PSTN/ISDN evolution to NGN Y.2262 : PSTN/ISDN emulation and simulation Y.2271 : Call server-based PSTN/ISDN emulation Y2600-Y2699 : Available Y.2601 : Fundamental characteristics and requirements of future packet based networks Y.2611 : High-level architecture of future packet-based networks Y.2612 (draft) : Generic requirements and framework of FPBN addressing, routing and forwarding Y2700-Y2799 : Security Y.2701 : Security requirements for NGN release 1 Y.2702 (draft) : NGN authentication and authorization requirements Y.2703 (draft) : The application of AAA service in NGN Y.2720 (draft) : NGN identity management framework Y2800-Y2899 : Generalized mobility Y.2807 (draft) : MPLS-based mobility capabilities for NGN services Y2900-Y2999 : Available Y.2901 : The carrier grade open environment reference model Y.2902 : Carrier grade open environment components Y supplements : Supplements to the Y-series Recommendations Y Suppl. 1 : ITU-T Y.2000 series – Supplement on NGN release 1 scope Y Suppl. 2 : ITU-T Y.2012 – Supplement on session/border control (S/BC) functions Y Suppl. 3 : ITU-T Y.2000 series – Supplement on service scenarios for convergence services in a multiple network and application service provider environment Y Suppl. 4 : ITU-T Y.1300 series – Supplement on transport requirements for T-MPLS OAM and considerations for the application of IETF MPLS technology Y Suppl. 5 : ITU-T Y.1900 series – Supplement on IPTV service use cases Y Suppl.6 : ITU-T Y.2000 series – Supplement on the use of DSL based systems in next generation networks Y Suppl.7 : ITU-T Y.2000 series – Supplement on NGN release 2 scope   Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact Us  -  Copyright © ITU 2008 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page : TSB EDH Updated : 2008-11-20    
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Score: 383262.06 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...de-05/Day%202/Belgrade_4_3.PDF
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Self-organizing networks. 4. Internet of Things (IoT). 5. Ubiquitous Sensor Networks (USN). 6. (...) USN – Ubiquitous Sensor Network. 2. VANET – Vehicular Ad Hoc Network. 3. HANET – Home Ad hoc Network. 4. (...) Interoperability for Self-organizing Network • The interoperability network problem is absent for self-organizing networks.
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Score: 383127.83 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...entation_AKoucheryavy_S2_6.pdf
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Session 2.1- 1 ITUITU--BDT Regional Network Planning BDT Regional Network Planning WorkshopWorkshop Cairo Cairo –– Egypt, 16 Egypt, 16 -- 27 July 200627 July 2006 SessionSession 2.12.1 ITUITU--BDT BDT Manual Manual on Network Planning on Network Planning for Evolving Network for Evolving Network ArchitecturesArchitectures Network Planning Workshop with Tool Case Studies for the Arab Region – I.S. (...) Network architectures 6.2 New network technologies 6.3. (...) Core Network 7.2 Access Network 7.3 Basic optimisation methods 7.4 Specific Issues of Radio Network Planning 7.5.
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Score: 383100.6 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...ntations/Cairo_2_1_IStanev.PDF
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Question 6/2 - Network management Français   Español   Print Version   Home : ITU-T Home : Study Period 2001-2004 Question 6/2 - Network management 1 Identification of the requirement The deployment of converging networks, technologies and services, requires the enhancement of network management surveillance and control capabilities to support effective network and service operation management of the network and services, as detailed in the Annex to this Question. (...) Interworking between different networks is developing and problems in one network (or in the interface between the networks) have the potential to cause problems in the connected network. (...) The telecommunications management network (TMN) can support a wide range of network management functions between a network management centre (or operation system) and network elements.
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Score: 383052.83 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/2001-2004/com02/sg2-q6.html
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Microsoft PowerPoint - Belgrade_2_3.ppt June 2005 ITU/BDT Network Planning/ Tool specs- O.G.S. Lecture NP – 2.3- slide 1 ITU / BDT regional seminar ITU / BDT regional seminar Network Planning for the CEE, CIS and BalticNetwork Planning for the CEE, CIS and Baltic Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro, 20Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro, 20–– 24 June 200524 June 2005 Network Planning Network Planning ToolTool SpecsSpecs OverviewOverview Oscar González Soto ITU Consultant Expert Strategic Planning and Assessment June 2005 ITU/BDT Network Planning/ Tool specs- O.G.S. (...) Lecture NP – 2.3- slide 6 Network Planning Network Planning ToolsTools SpecsSpecs Document Structure (I)Document Structure (I) 1.- Introduction and scope 1.1. (...) Selection criteria for planning tools June 2005 ITU/BDT Network Planning/ Tool specs- O.G.S. Lecture NP – 2.3- slide 7 Network Planning Network Planning ToolsTools SpecsSpecs Document Structure (II)Document Structure (II) 3.- Network planning problems to be addressed 3.1.
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Score: 383021.48 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...de-05/Day%201/Belgrade_2_3.PDF
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Planning of cabinet areas 7 Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 5.2- 13 Backbone network optimization 1. (...) Design of nonhierarchical circuit-switched networks 3. Optimization of the fixed part of mobile (GSM) networks 4. (...) New Planitu help containing complete Planitu manual 6. Set of demo networks for the new Planitu functionality 7. New click and go installation procedure on one CD 8 Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 5.2- 15 Planitu 3.0 Manual Planitu 3.0 Network planning system manual © ITU Geneva March 2002 New Features in Planitu 3.0 Network Planning Strategy for evolving Network Architectures Session 5.2- 16 PLANITUPLANITU APPLICATION: ü PSTN circuit-switched (TDM) networks q Evolution to NGN - limited ü Training tool for network planning q Data (packet) networks – very limited
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Score: 383021.48 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...ructure_OLD/Bangkok-02/5-2.pdf
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Overview of network virtualization x 5.1. LINP architecture in network virtualization framework x 6. (...) Definition of network virtualization Network virtualization is the technology that enables the creation of logically isolated network partitions over shared physical network infrastructures so that multiple heterogeneous virtual networks can simultaneously coexist over the shared infrastructures. (...) Also, it is expected that Future Network will overcome the limitations of the current networks.
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Score: 383018.29 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../3A/05/T3A050000170002MSWE.doc
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