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ATIS FORUM/COMMITTEE – ISSUE IDENTIFICATION FORM Issue Title: ASOG: Practice ATIS -04040001: Modify WSI (Wireless Site Indicator) field for valid entry in 2nd position to identify tower at site and expand data characteristics from 1 to 2. Forum/Committee: OBF Issue Number: 3397 Committee/Subcommittee OS Issue Status: Active Assigned: Submission Date: 07/22/10 Initial Closure/Initial Pending Date: Acceptance Date: 07/29/2010 Target Date for Moving Issue to Final From Initial Closure or Initial Pending: Targeted Resolution Aug 2010 Final Closure Date: Date: Oct 2010 Issue Statement/Business Need: There is a business need to have Wireless Site identified if located at tower. Provisioning has unique requirements to support towers for lightening. Suggested Solution: To expand WSI (Wireless Site Indicator) field from 1 to 2 characters and add a valid entry in the new 2nd position to identify tower. Resolution Statement: Associated Committees/Issues: Related work required for the solution to this issue to be implementable by the industry-- consider functional platform; interoperability; performance, reliability, and security; OAM&P; ordering and billing; and user interface work. UOM-ASR, Mech Spec Issue Champion(s): Name: Cindy Shope Name: Company: CenturyLINK Company: E-mail address Cindy.shope@centurylink. E-mail address (optional): com (optional): Telephone number 913-345-6304 Telephone number (optional): (optional): Activity Log August 12, 2010 Access Service Ordering Subcommittee Cindy Shope (CenturyLink) explained the issue. It was noted that the business need was to not delay the due date since additional work is required when a wireless tower is involved. Participants reviewed the proposed changes to the ASR Form. Participants reviewed the proposed changes to the data elements in the 001 practice. It was suggested that a new field be created rather than including a wireless tower indicator as part of the WSI field. There were concerns on including location information on the ASR, since it is not a part of CLLI codes, design codes or another indicator. Another suggestion was to include the tower indicator as part of a CLONES record. It was stated that the TAG process to update the CLONES record takes time. It was noted that the WSI field was developed to identify when a new site survey would help identify that the location is a tower. Ms. Shope stated that she would revisit the Issue internally and bring it back for discussion during the October 6 ASO meeting. Agreement Reached: Issue 3397 will remain in Active Status.
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