5.5 Information attribute definitions

32.7423GPPConfiguration Management (CM)Information Service (IS)Signalling Transport Network (STN) interface Network Resource Model (NRM) Integration Reference Point (IRP)Telecommunication managementTS

5.5.1 Definition and legal values

Table 5.5.1 defines the attributes that are present in several IOCs of the present document.

Table 5.5.1 : Attributes

Attribute Name

Definition

Legal Values

adjPc

The signalling point code information of the signalling point adjacent to the signalling link set. (Ref ITU-T Q.704 [11], Ref ITU-T Q.751.1 [10])

Type: Integral numeric value

destinationPc

The signalling point code information of the destination signalling point of the signalling route set. (Ref ITU-T Q.704 [11], Ref ITU-T Q.751.1 [10])

Type: Integral numeric value

fixedPriority

This attribute determines, if the signallingRoute is used as current route. The signallingRoute instances contained in the same signallingRouteSet are chosen in ascending order as current routes (The lower the value, the higher the priority).

The priority is defined by means of assigning priorities to all involved route segments. If from a particular SP two or more route segments are used with the same priority, loadsharing between Signalling Routes may occur (Ref ITU-T Q.751.1 [10]).

Type: Integral numeric value

Range: (0…255)

— maximum value is implementation dependent

linkTpStatus

This is a set-valued attribute. It contains the functional statuses as described in ITU-T Q.704 [11]. (Ref ITU-T Q.704 [11], Ref ITU-T Q.751.1 [10])

Type: a set of enumerated types, where the legal statuses can be:

  • localBlocked
  • remoteBlocked
  • localInhibited
  • remoteInhibited
  • failed
  • deactivated

The absence of any value indicates a status of available.

maxCapacityLS

The maximum capacity of a signalling linkset is the maximum load that should be placed on the linkset, when all links that could be active in the linkset are, and are working in service. Unit: Erlang (Ref ITU-T E.600 [27])

Type: Numeric value

maxCapacitySL

This attribute describes the maximum capacity for the signLinkTp. The maximum capacity of a signalling link is the maximum load that should be placed on the signalling link.

Unit: Erlang (Ref ITU-T E.600 [27])

Type: Numeric value

m3UAEntityId

An attribute whose ‘name+value’ can be used as an RDN when naming an instance of the IOC. This RDN uniquely identifies the object instance within the scope of its containing (parent) object instance.

m3UAEntityPointCode

The M3UA signalling point code information of the signalling point. (Ref ITU-T Q.704[11],Ref ITU-T Q.751.1[10])

m3UAEntityType

It identifies the M3UA entity Type.

Type: Enumerated, Range: M3UA Application Server (M3UA_AS), Signalling Gateway (SG).

Note: M3UA_AS is defined as AS in Ref.[28].

m3UALinkTPState

This attribute represents the state of M3UA signalling link.

Type:Enumerated, Range: INTEGER

{

UNESTABLISH (0): SCTP association of the m3ua link is not established.

ESTABLISHED (1): SCTP association of the M3UA link is established, but the ASP state is down.

INACTIVE (2): ASP state is up.

ACTIVE (3): ASP state is active.

}

(Ref. [28],Ref. [29])

m3UALinkSetTPId

An attribute whose ‘name+value’ can be used as an RDN when naming an instance of the IOC. This RDN uniquely identifies the object instance within the scope of its containing (parent) object instance.

m3UALinkTPId

An attribute whose ‘name+value’ can be used as an RDN when naming an instance of the IOC. This RDN uniquely identifies the object instance within the scope of its containing (parent) object instance.

m3UARouteId

An attribute whose ‘name+value’ can be used as an RDN when naming an instance of the IOC. This RDN uniquely identifies the object instance within the scope of its containing (parent) object instance.

m3UARouteSetNePartId

An attribute whose ‘name+value’ can be used as an RDN when naming an instance of the IOC. This RDN uniquely identifies the object instance within the scope of its containing (parent) object instance.

networkIndicator

The network indicator information of the signalling point, (Ref ITU-T Q.704 [11], Ref ITU-T Q.751.1 [10])

Type: Enumerated,

Range: International, Spare, National, NationalSpare

pointCode

The signalling point code information of the signalling point. (Ref ITU-T Q.704 [11], Ref ITU-T Q.751.1 [10])

Type: Integral numeric value

pointCodeLength

The signalling point code length information of the signalling point. (Ref ITU-T Q.704 [11])

Type: Enumerated,

Range: 14, 24

sCTPAssocLocalAddr

This attribute represents the SCTP association local port and IP Address.

portId:Unique identification of port(port number, integer);

List of {

AddrType(IPv4, IPv6),

IPaddr (string)}.

(Ref.[30]).

sCTPAssocRemoteAddr

This attribute represents the corresponding SCTP association port and IP address.

portId:Unique identification of port(port number, integer);

List of {

AddrType(IPv4, IPv6),

IPaddr(string)}

(Ref. [30])

sCTPAssocLocalAddr

This attribute represents the SCTP association local port and IP Address.

portId:Unique identification of port(port number, integer);

List of {

AddrType(IPv4, IPv6),

IPaddr (string)}.

(Ref.[30]).

signLinkSetTpPointer

It references the signallingLinkSetTp which is intended to be used as first segment of the succession of linksets, which form the signalling route on the network level.

signLinkSetTpId

An attribute whose "name+value" can be used as an RDN when naming an instance of this object class. This RDN uniquely identifies the object instance within the scope of its containing (parent) object instance

signLinkTpId

An attribute whose "name+value" can be used as an RDN when naming an instance of this object class. This RDN uniquely identifies the object instance within the scope of its containing (parent) object instance

mtpSignPointId

An attribute whose "name+value" can be used as an RDN when naming an instance of this object class. This RDN uniquely identifies the object instance within the scope of its containing (parent) object instance

spType

The type of the signalling point. (Ref ITU-T Q.700[9], Ref ITU-T Q.751.1 [10])

Type: Enumerated

Range: SEP, STP, STEP

signRouteNePartId

An attribute whose "name+value" can be used as an RDN when naming an instance of this object class. This RDN uniquely identifies the object instance within the scope of its containing (parent) object instance

signRouteSetNePartId

An attribute whose "name+value" can be used as an RDN when naming an instance of this object class. This RDN uniquely identifies the object instance within the scope of its containing (parent) object instance

slCode

The Signalling Link Code (SLC) is used to distinguish signalling link in the signalling link set. It is the same value (between 0 and 15) at each end of the link, and is different from that of any other link between the same two adjacent signalling points. (Ref ITU-T Q.704 [11]), Ref ITU-T Q.751.1 [10])

Type: Integral numeric value

Range: (0…15)

slsCodeCurrentList

This attribute represents the SLS-Code which is currently used on the signallingLinkTp. It may be different from the slsNormalList, in case some fault has occurred. (Ref ITU-T Q.751.1 [10])

SET SIZE (0..16) OF Sls

— Each Sls value can occur at most once in a given SET

Sls Type: Integral numeric value

Range: (0…15)

slsCodeNormalList

This attribute indicates which SLS-Codes are initially administratively assigned to this signallingLinkTp for the normal operation. (Ref ITU-T Q.751.1 [10])

SET SIZE (0..16) OF Sls

— Each Sls value can occur at most once in a given SET

Sls Type: Integral numeric value

Range: (0…15)

signLinkType

This attribute represents the type of signalling link.

Type: Enumerated

Range: 64K, 2M

trafficMode

It identifies the selected mode of M3UA signalling link.

Type: Enumerated, Range: Override mode, Load share mode and broadcast mode. (Ref. [28])

loadsharingInformationRouteSetNePart

This attribute contains specific information for target specific loadsharing via the current routes working on a routeset basis via the current routes. (Ref ITU-T Q.751.1 [10])

userLabel

A user-friendly name of this object.

5.5.2 Constraints

None.

Annex A (informative):
Change history

Change history

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SP-040601

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SA_30

SP-050720

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Correct definition of linkTpStatus in IS – Align with ITU-T Q.751.1

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SP-060104

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Correct the linkTpStatus definition

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SP-060538

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Deletion of ManagedFunction and relatedObjects in MTPSignPoint

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SP-060554

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Add M3UA related Information in STN NRM IS

6.3.0

7.0.0

Mar 2007

Delete reference to the 32.744 CMIP SS. Reason: SA#35 endorsed the SA5 decision to not propagate the CMIP Solution Sets to Rel-7 (TS 32.3×4, TS 32.4×4, TS 32.6×4)

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