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ObjectInstance ; MATCHES FOR EQUALITY ; BEHAVIOUR defaultDirectoryNumberBhv BEHAVIOUR DEFINED AS "This attribute is used as a pointer to an instance of the Directory Number managed object class that corresponds to the default directory number.";; REGISTERED AS {cAISDNOUFAttribute 1}; localChannelPtr ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX CAISDNOUFModule. (...) The value of the attribute for B-channel PVCs is a pointer value to a semiPermanentAccessToPacketHandler object instance, and for D-channel PVCs is a pointer value to an accessChannel?? (...) The value of the attribute is a choice between NULL and a pointer value to a channel object instance.";; REGISTERED AS { cAISDNOUFAttribute 5}; remoteDTEAddress ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX CAISDNOUFModule.
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Score: 999959 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...tu-t/q/q824.3/1995/q824.3.html
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In this example, MB:1 immediately follows MB:0 in slice group 0 so the same bit read pointer is used to decode MB:1. The decoding continues using the same read pointer until the reconstruction of MB:5 is complete. (...) To facilitate the decoding of MB:6, the bit buffer read pointer associated with slice group 1 is made active and decoding resumes from that point. (...) The bit buffer read pointer associated with slice group 0 still points to MB:12 (where it was before the previous read pointer switch) and is made active.
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Score: 999665.6 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...002_07_Klagenfurt/JVT-D063.doc
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-- Module SCCPDefinedTypesModule (Q.751.2:06/1997) SCCPDefinedTypesModule {itu-t(0) recommendation q(17) omap(751) sccp(2) informationModel(0) asn1Modules(2) sccpDefinedTypesModule(0)} DEFINITIONS IMPLICIT TAGS ::= BEGIN IMPORTS ProbableCause, SimpleNameType FROM Attribute-ASN1Module {joint-iso-itu-t ms(9) smi(3) part2(2) asn1Module(2) 1} Pointer, PointerOrNull FROM ASN1DefinedTypesModule {itu-t recommendation m gnm(3100) informationModel(0) asn1Modules(2) asn1DefinedTypesModule(0)} AdditionalName FROM MTPDefinedTypesModule {itu-t(0) recommendation q(17) omap(751) mtp(1) informationModel(0) asn1Modules(2) mtpDefinedTypesModule(0)} ActionArgument, EventReportArgument FROM OMASE {itu-t(0) recommendation q 754 omase(0) version2(2)}; --EXPORTS EVERYTHING sccpInformationModel OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {itu-t recommendation q(17) omap(751) sccp(2) informationModel(0)} sccpObjectClass OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {sccpInformationModel managedObjectClass(3)} sccpPackage OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {sccpInformationModel package(4)} sccpParameter OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {sccpInformationModel parameter(5)} sccpAttribute OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {sccpInformationModel attribute(7)} sccpNameBinding OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {sccpInformationModel nameBinding(6)} sccpAction OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {sccpInformationModel action(9)} sccpNotification OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {sccpInformationModel notification(10)} sccpSpecificExtensions OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {sccpInformationModel specificExtensions(0)} AttackTimerValue ::= INTEGER --milliseconds CLS ::= INTEGER cLSDefault CLS ::= 8 CongestionTimerValue ::= INTEGER --milliseconds -- -- Probable Causes used in combination with communicationsAlarm -- for on occurrence measurements. hopCounterViolation ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{sccpSpecificExtensions 1} localSubsystemProhibited ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{sccpSpecificExtensions 2} localSccpUnAvailable ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{sccpSpecificExtensions 3} noReassemblySpace ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{sccpSpecificExtensions 4} noRuleForAddress ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{sccpSpecificExtensions 5} noSegmentationSupport ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{sccpSpecificExtensions 6} noTranslatorForAddress ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{sccpSpecificExtensions 7} pointCodeCongested ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{sccpSpecificExtensions 8} pointCodeNotAvailable ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{sccpSpecificExtensions 9} reassemblyFailure ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{sccpSpecificExtensions 10} reassemblyTimeOut ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{sccpSpecificExtensions 11} routingFailureNoReasonOrUnqualified ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{sccpSpecificExtensions 12} sccpCongested ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{sccpSpecificExtensions 13} segmentationFailure ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{sccpSpecificExtensions 14} segmentOutOfOrder ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{sccpSpecificExtensions 15} subsystemCongested ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{sccpSpecificExtensions 16} subsystemOoSdenied ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{sccpSpecificExtensions 17} subsystemOoSgranted ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{sccpSpecificExtensions 18} subsystemProhibited ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{sccpSpecificExtensions 19} subsystemUnavailable ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{sccpSpecificExtensions 20} syntaxErrorDetected ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{sccpSpecificExtensions 21} tooLargeForSegmentation ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{sccpSpecificExtensions 22} unequippedSubsystem ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{sccpSpecificExtensions 23} sccpProtocolClass0 OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {sccpSpecificExtensions 24} -- basic connectionless sccpProtocolClass1 OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {sccpSpecificExtensions 25} -- sequenced connectionless sccpProtocolClass2 OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {sccpSpecificExtensions 26} -- basic connection-oriented sccpProtocolClass3 OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {sccpSpecificExtensions 27} -- flow control connection oriented CongestionLevel ::= INTEGER DecayTimerValue ::= INTEGER --milliseconds AddressInfoConversionRule ::= SEQUENCE OF Operation AddressElement ::= INTEGER(0..15) -- The choice for INTEGER type arbitrary. (...) RemoteSCCPList ::= SET OF Pointer -- The maximum size is implementation-dependent. RLM ::= INTEGER RSLM ::= INTEGER SAPPointer ::= SEQUENCE { primaryOrBackup PrimaryOrBackup, sap Pointer } -- see behaviour description for sccpEntitySet managed object class.
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Score: 992912.3 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...997/SCCPDefinedTypesModule.asn
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Most commonly available laser devices, such as laser pointers and laser levels, are either Class II or Class IIIa devices. Furthermore, although not manufactured for use as “legal” laser pointers, some Class IIIb lasers packaged as laser pointers can be purchased over the Internet. (...) The Light Display organizer should also nominate a single point of contact, who will be directly responsible for the conduct of the actual event.
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Score: 989814.8 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...acks%20Safety%20Guidelines.pdf
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id_prod=12833\" target=\"_blank\">Site","summary":"Amendment 3 to Recommendation ITU-T G.8275.2 (2020/03) provides the following updates:\n-Replaced masterOnly procedures with a pointer to the procedures defined in [IEEE 1588-2019]\n-Added new per port notMaster attribute\n-\tAdded indication of datatype for all dataset members (Annex A)\n-\tAdded some notes to dataset tables (Annex A)\n-\tUpdated requirements related to IPv4 and IPv6 (6.4 and A.3.2)","iso":""} AAP Recommendation  Work Programme       Back G.8275.2/Y.1369.2 (2020) Amd.3: Precision time protocol telecom profile for phase/time synchronization with partial timing support from the network - Amendment 3 Study Group 15 Study Period 2017-2020 Consent Date 2021-12-17 Approval Date 2022-02-13 Provisional Name Input used for Consent SG15-TD818R1/PLEN (2021-12) Status A IPR Site Summary  Amendment 3 to Recommendation ITU-T G.8275.2 (2020/03) provides the following updates: -Replaced masterOnly procedures with a pointer to the procedures defined in [IEEE 1588-2019] -Added new per port notMaster attribute - Added indication of datatype for all dataset members (Annex A) - Added some notes to dataset tables (Annex A) - Updated requirements related to IPv4 and IPv6 (6.4 and A.3.2) AAP Current Status Step # Action Start / End Status Announcement Related documents Comments / Resolution logs Follow ITU  Contact Privacy Accessibility
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Score: 984242.4 - https://www.itu.int/t/aap/recdetails/10198
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Each instance of the Semi-Permanent Access to the Packet Handler managed object includes pointers to the Access Channel (B-channel), as well as the list of Directory Number(s) that are valid for calls over that channel, as well as the Default Directory Number for calls on that channel.";; ATTRIBUTES defaultDirectoryNumberPointer GET-REPLACE;;; REGISTERED AS {cAISDNOUFObjectClass 1}; serviceX25PVC MANAGED OBJECT CLASS DERIVED FROM "CCITT Rec. (...) The value of the attribute for B-channel PVCs is a pointer value to a semiPermanentAccessToPacketHandler object instance, and for D-channel PVCs is a pointer value to an accessChannel?? (...) The value of the attribute is a choice between NULL and a pointer value to a channel object instance.";; REGISTERED AS {cAISDNOUFAttribute 5}; remoteDTEAddress ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX CAISDNOUFModule.DirectoryNumber; MATCHES FOR EQUALITY, ORDERING, SUBSTRINGS; BEHAVIOUR remoteDTEAddressBhv BEHAVIOUR DEFINED AS "This attribute represents directory numbers belonging to the Numbering Plan for the ISDN Era.";; REGISTERED AS {cAISDNOUFAttribute 6}; remoteTEIOrSPID ATTRIBUTE WITH ATTRIBUTE SYNTAX CAISDNOUFModule.TEIOrSPID; MATCHES FOR EQUALITY; BEHAVIOUR remoteTEIOrSPIDBhv BEHAVIOUR DEFINED AS "Based on ISDN terminal type, specifies the appropriate terminal identification where the remote end of the PVC terminates.
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Score: 982475.2 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...itu-t/q/q824.3/1995/q824.3.gdm
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The downstream connectivity pointer attribute points to the termination point managed object, within the same managed element, that receives information (traffic) from this termination point at the same layer, or is null. (...) The upstream connectivity pointer attribute points to the termination point managed object, within the same managed element, that sends information (traffic) to this termination point at the same layer, or is null. (...) Traffic is allowed to pass through the connection. - Locked: No traffic is allowed to pass through the Cross-Connection. The connectivity pointers in the cross-connected termination points is NULL.
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Score: 980047.5 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ.../itu-t/m/m3100/2005/m3100.html
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The downstream connectivity pointer attribute points to the termination point managed object, within the same managed element, that receives information (traffic) from this termination point at the same layer, or is null. (...) The upstream connectivity pointer attribute points to the termination point managed object, within the same managed element, that sends information (traffic) to this termination point at the same layer, or is null. (...) The upstream connectivity pointer attribute points to the termination point managed object, within the same managed element, that sends information (traffic) to this termination point at the same layer, or is null.
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Score: 980047.5 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ.../itu-t/m/m3100/1995/m3100.html
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SCCPDefinedTypesModule (Q.751.2:06/1997) -- Module SCCPDefinedTypesModule (Q.751.2:06/1997) -- See also ITU-T Q.751.2 (06/1997) -- See also the index of all ASN.1 assignments needed in this document SCCPDefinedTypesModule {itu-t(0) recommendation q(17) omap(751) sccp(2) informationModel(0) asn1Modules(2) sccpDefinedTypesModule(0)} DEFINITIONS IMPLICIT TAGS ::= BEGIN IMPORTS ProbableCause, SimpleNameType FROM Attribute-ASN1Module {joint-iso-itu-t ms(9) smi(3) part2(2) asn1Module(2) 1} Pointer, PointerOrNull FROM ASN1DefinedTypesModule {itu-t recommendation m gnm(3100) informationModel(0) asn1Modules(2) asn1DefinedTypesModule(0)} AdditionalName FROM MTPDefinedTypesModule {itu-t(0) recommendation q(17) omap(751) mtp(1) informationModel(0) asn1Modules(2) mtpDefinedTypesModule(0)} ActionArgument, EventReportArgument FROM OMASE {itu-t(0) recommendation q 754 omase(0) version2(2)}; --EXPORTS EVERYTHING sccpInformationModel OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {itu-t recommendation q(17) omap(751) sccp(2) informationModel(0)} sccpObjectClass OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { sccpInformationModel managedObjectClass(3)} sccpPackage OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { sccpInformationModel package(4)} sccpParameter OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { sccpInformationModel parameter(5)} sccpAttribute OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { sccpInformationModel attribute(7)} sccpNameBinding OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { sccpInformationModel nameBinding(6)} sccpAction OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { sccpInformationModel action(9)} sccpNotification OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { sccpInformationModel notification(10)} sccpSpecificExtensions OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { sccpInformationModel specificExtensions(0)} AttackTimerValue ::= INTEGER --milliseconds CLS ::= INTEGER cLSDefault CLS ::= 8 CongestionTimerValue ::= INTEGER --milliseconds -- -- Probable Causes used in combination with communicationsAlarm -- for on occurrence measurements. hopCounterViolation ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{ sccpSpecificExtensions 1} localSubsystemProhibited ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{ sccpSpecificExtensions 2} localSccpUnAvailable ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{ sccpSpecificExtensions 3} noReassemblySpace ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{ sccpSpecificExtensions 4} noRuleForAddress ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{ sccpSpecificExtensions 5} noSegmentationSupport ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{ sccpSpecificExtensions 6} noTranslatorForAddress ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{ sccpSpecificExtensions 7} pointCodeCongested ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{ sccpSpecificExtensions 8} pointCodeNotAvailable ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{ sccpSpecificExtensions 9} reassemblyFailure ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{ sccpSpecificExtensions 10} reassemblyTimeOut ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{ sccpSpecificExtensions 11} routingFailureNoReasonOrUnqualified ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{ sccpSpecificExtensions 12} sccpCongested ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{ sccpSpecificExtensions 13} segmentationFailure ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{ sccpSpecificExtensions 14} segmentOutOfOrder ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{ sccpSpecificExtensions 15} subsystemCongested ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{ sccpSpecificExtensions 16} subsystemOoSdenied ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{ sccpSpecificExtensions 17} subsystemOoSgranted ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{ sccpSpecificExtensions 18} subsystemProhibited ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{ sccpSpecificExtensions 19} subsystemUnavailable ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{ sccpSpecificExtensions 20} syntaxErrorDetected ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{ sccpSpecificExtensions 21} tooLargeForSegmentation ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{ sccpSpecificExtensions 22} unequippedSubsystem ProbableCause ::= globalValue:{ sccpSpecificExtensions 23} sccpProtocolClass0 OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { sccpSpecificExtensions 24} -- basic connectionless sccpProtocolClass1 OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { sccpSpecificExtensions 25} -- sequenced connectionless sccpProtocolClass2 OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { sccpSpecificExtensions 26} -- basic connection-oriented sccpProtocolClass3 OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { sccpSpecificExtensions 27} -- flow control connection oriented CongestionLevel ::= INTEGER DecayTimerValue ::= INTEGER --milliseconds AddressInfoConversionRule ::= SEQUENCE OF Operation AddressElement ::= INTEGER (0..15) -- The choice for INTEGER type arbitrary. (...) RemoteSCCPList ::= SET OF Pointer -- The maximum size is implementation-dependent. RLM ::= INTEGER RSLM ::= INTEGER SAPPointer ::= SEQUENCE { primaryOrBackup PrimaryOrBackup , sap Pointer } -- see behaviour description for sccpEntitySet managed object class.
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Score: 978503.6 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...97/SCCPDefinedTypesModule.html
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A2 DR-M3100-31 Section 2.2.13 Network Trail Termination Point Sink (M.3100 Amendment 1) Replace "REGISTERED AS {m3100ObjectClass 52};" with "REGISTERED AS {m3100ObjectClass 56};" A3 DR-M3100-32 (*) Replace section 2.3.x “Usage Cost Package” with usageCostPackage PACKAGE ATTRIBUTES usageCost GET-REPLACE; REGISTERED AS {m3100Package 91}; A4 DR-M3100-33 (*) In section x.x.x “networkCTPSource” , replace the paragraph: “The Connectivity Pointer attribute points to the managed object representing the Connection which relates this instance to the instance representing the Network Connection Termination Point, Source or Bi-directional, that sends information (traffic) to this network termination point, or is null.” with the following “The Connectivity Pointer attribute points to the managed object representing the Connection which relates this instance to the instance representing the Network Connection Termination Point, Sink or Bi-directional, that receives information (traffic) from this network termination point, or is null.” (...) A6 DR-M3100-36 (*) In section 2.2.x, Network Trail Termination Point Sink, add the following: networkTTPSinkR1 MANAGED OBJECT CLASS DERIVED FROM networkTTPSink; CONDITIONAL PACKAGES clientCTPListPackage PRESENT IF "management of the client networkCTPs of this managed object is supported ";; REGISTERED AS {m3100ObjectClass 67}; A7 DR-M3100-36 (*) In section 2.2.x, Network Trail Termination Point Bidirectional, add the following: networkTTPBidirectionalR1 MANAGED OBJECT CLASS DERIVED FROM networkTTPBidirectional, networkTTPSinkR1; REGISTERED AS {m3100ObjectClass 68}; A8 DR-M3100-37 (*) In section 2.2.x, Network Connection Termination Point Sink, replace networkCTPPackage PRESENT IF "pointers to instances of network termination points at higher or lower levels of sub-network partitioning are supported by this managed object class ", with networkCTPPackage PRESENT IF "pointers to instances of network termination points at higher or lower levels of sub-network partitioning are supported by this managed object class ", A9 DR-M3100-37 (*) In section 2.2.x, Network Connection Termination Point Source, replace networkCTPPackage PRESENT IF "pointers to instances of network termination points at higher or lower levels of sub-network partitioning are supported by this managed object class ", with networkCTPPackage PRESENT IF "pointers to instances of network termination points at higher or lower levels of sub-network partitioning are supported by this managed object class ", A10 DR-M3100-38 (*) In section 2.2.x, Sub-Network Connection in the subNetworkConnectionBehaviour definition, replace the last paragraph of the definition with “The componentPackage is supported where the Sub-network Connection is made up of a number of component Sub-network Connections, and Link Connections, within the same layer.";; A11 DR-M3100-38 (*) In section 2.2.x, Sub-Network Connection, replace compositePointerPackage PRESENT IF "the Sub-network Connection is a component of another Sub-network Connection within the same layer (partitioned sub-networks).” with compositePointerPackage PRESENT IF "the Sub-network Connection is made up of a number of component Sub-network Connections, and Link Connections, within the same layer (partitioned sub-networks).” (...) ITU-T Recommendation M.3100 (1995) Status Severity Defect Number Source Guide Entry Other reference Subject Matter R M DR-M3100-1 Deutsche Telecom None SYD-46, M.3100/§3.5.5 Missing ToTermination in Multi-point Cross-Connection. In the case of a multi-point cross-connection, the to-termination points are not identified directly by the Multi-point Cross-Connection object instance, but by the Cross-Connection object instances that are contained by the Multi-point Cross-Connection instance.
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Score: 977950.5 - https://www.itu.int/itudoc/itu-t/com4/implgd/65795_ww9.doc
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