CMD 4.

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0 Managed Object Hierarchy .Object Class: ONL Object class attributes ID Path Super class Presentation Description Value ONL NSNNetwork->CMDContainer->CMD->ONL ManagedObject ONL ONL Object Class: EMC Object class attributes ID Path Super class Presentation Description Value EMC NSNNetwork->CMDContainer->NETY->NEIN->EMC ManagedObject EMC CLARiiON EMC CLARiiON storage device Object Class: CCLI Object class attributes ID Path Super class Presentation Description Value CCLI NSNNetwork->CMDContainer->CMD->OFFL->COLL->CCLI ManagedObject CCLI CCLI Object Class: NETY Object class attributes ID Path Super class Presentation Description Value NETY NSNNetwork->CMDContainer->NETY ManagedObject NETY NETY Object Class: DIST Object class attributes ID Path Super class Presentation Description Value DIST NSNNetwork->CMDContainer->CMD->OFFL->DIST ManagedObject DIST DIST DN09107604 Issue 2-1 CMD 4.

0 Managed Object Hierarchy .Object Class: FS Object class attributes ID Path Super class Presentation Description Value FS NSNNetwork->CMDContainer->NETY->NEIN->BRM->FS ManagedObject FS FS Object Class: BRM Object class attributes ID Path Super class Presentation Description Value BRM NSNNetwork->CMDContainer->NETY->NEIN->BRM ManagedObject BRM BRM Object Class: CMDContainer Object class attributes ID Path Super class Presentation Description Value CMDContainer NSNNetwork->CMDContainer NSNNetworkElement Charge AtOnce Mediate Container The container for holding the CMD and NETY Objects Object Class: CMD Object class attributes ID Path Super class Presentation Description Value CMD NSNNetwork->CMDContainer->CMD NSNNetworkElement Charge AtOnce Mediate NE Charge AtOnce Mediate Network Element Object Class: PROC Object class attributes ID Path Super class Presentation Description Value PROC NSNNetwork->CMDContainer->CMD->OFFL->PROC ManagedObject PROC PROC DN09107604 Issue 2-1 CMD 4.

0 Managed Object Hierarchy .Object Class: OFFL Object class attributes ID Path Super class Presentation Description Value OFFL NSNNetwork->CMDContainer->CMD->OFFL ManagedObject OFFL OFFL Object Class: PCLI Object class attributes ID Path Super class Presentation Description Value PCLI NSNNetwork->CMDContainer->CMD->OFFL->PROC->PCLI ManagedObject PCLI PCLI Object Class: COLL Object class attributes ID Path Super class Presentation Description Value COLL NSNNetwork->CMDContainer->CMD->OFFL->COLL ManagedObject COLL COLL Object Class: NODE Object class attributes ID Path Super class Presentation Description Value NODE NSNNetwork->CMDContainer->CMD->NODE PhysicalDevice Charge AtOnce Mediate Node Node of Charge AtOnce network element Object Class: NEIN Object class attributes ID Path Super class Presentation Description Value NEIN NSNNetwork->CMDContainer->NETY->NEIN ManagedObject NEIN NEIN DN09107604 Issue 2-1 CMD 4.

as it is derived from the MEOwner association. DEN-ng has enhanced this definition by providing additional semantics that enable objects defined in the ITU to interact with objects defined in the IETF and the TMF. a network may be owned by a single customer or provider. Note that the LocationName attribute of m.3100 SystemTitle attribute is NOT implemented in this class. but rather is defined through an association to the Location object class in order to represent more generic types of associations. The reason that a Network is subclassed from ResourceCollection is that it is important that a Network be able to represent physical as well as logical characteristics and behavior of this collection of telecommunications and management objects. thereby forming a containment relations hip. The MTNM owner attribute is NOT implement ed in this class. communucationState. For example.. nativeEMSName. we're using UserLabel instead. The MTNM connectionRate attribute is NOT implemented in this class. Note that there can be multiple owners for any given ManagedElement. Note that there can be multiple EMSes that manage any given ManagedElement.3100 and MTNM is NOT implemented in this class. A Network is a managed object that represents an aggregation of interconnected telecommunications and management objects capable of exchangin g information. It is owned by a single Administration and can only perform transmission functions. or be associated with the delivery of a specific set of services. A Network has the additional semantics of having one or more common characteristics and/or behavior. The m.3100.0 Managed Object Hierarchy . and emsInSyncSta te attributes are NOT implemented in this class. An example of a network that is contained in another network is a transmission sub-network. as all SHOULD be derived from the ManagedDevices association. The MTNM managedElementName.. as not all ManagedElements hav.Object Class: NSNNetwork Object class attributes ID Path Super class Presentation Description Value NSNNetwork NSNNetwork Network NSN Network The Network class is derived from M. Object Class: DCLI Object class attributes ID Path Super class Presentation Description Value DCLI NSNNetwork->CMDContainer->CMD->OFFL->DIST->DCLI ManagedObject DCLI DCLI DN09107604 Issue 2-1 CMD 4. A network may be nested within another (larger) network.

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