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<Customer Name (please do not include a logo) and Project/Deliverable Name>

Site Survey Form Version <x.y>

Contents
Contents........................................................................................................................................ 2 Tables............................................................................................................................................ 3 Figures........................................................................................................................................... 5 About This Site Survey Form...................................................................................................... 7 History...................................................................................................................................... 7 Review...................................................................................................................................... 7 Site Details.................................................................................................................................... 9 Electrical Considerations........................................................................................................... 14 Cabling........................................................................................................................................ 17 Network Synchronization........................................................................................................... 20 Carrier Circuits........................................................................................................................... 22 Peripheral Data Communications Equipment..........................................................................24 Peripheral Voice Communications Equipment........................................................................26 Site Survey Completion............................................................................................................. 30 Acceptance Certificate........................................................................................................... 30 Acceptance Certificate........................................................................................................... 31

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Table 1 Revision History.............................................................................................................. 7 Table 2 Revision Review.............................................................................................................. 7 Table 3 Site Details....................................................................................................................... 9 Table 4 Site Details (cont.)......................................................................................................... 11 Table 5 Electrical Considerations............................................................................................. 14 Table 6 Cabling........................................................................................................................... 17 Table 7 Network Synchronization............................................................................................. 20 Table 8 Carrier Circuits.............................................................................................................. 22 Table 9 Peripheral Data Communications Equipment.............................................................24 Table 10 Peripheral Voice Communications Equipment.........................................................26

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0> Revision History Issue Date <dd-mmmyyyy> Status <Draft.About This Site Survey Form Author: Change Authority: <Author Name> <Organization> <Change Authority> Reference Number: < Document Reference Number> History Table 1 Version <1. <Customer Name (please do not include a logo) and Project/Deliverable Name> 7 . A printed copy of this document is considered uncontrolled. Released> Reason for Change <First release. and so on> Review Table 2 Revision Review Version <Version number> Date <dd-mmm-yyyy> Reviewer's Details <Name> <Organization> Change Forecast: <High/Medium/Low> This document will be kept under revision control. update.

About This Site Survey Form <SECTION BREAK To avoid header/footer and page setup problems.> <Customer Name (please do not include a logo) and Project/Deliverable Name> 8 . do not remove the carriage return following this line.

> Table 3 Site Details 1.Site Details <Complete or provide in this document additional questions or table lines that might be applicable to this customer network. Is this site owned and maintained by the customer? 7. continue on separate pages. What is the shipping address? (if different from the above) 5. What is the site CLLI/code? 3. Is this a manned site? 8. What is the number of the Telephone: Yes/No Who: Yes/No <Customer Name (please do not include a logo) and Project/Deliverable Name> 9 . but indicate that you have done this in an appropriate place within this document. Who is the site contact? Name: Title: Telephone: Mobile: Fax: Pager: Email: Out of hours contact number: 6. What are the hours of operation? 9. Mark sections that are not applicable. If space is insufficient for any answer. What is the site address? 4. Include international country codes for telephone numbers. What is the site location/name? 2.

What are the building and room access procedures? (For example.> <Customer Name (please do not include a logo) and Project/Deliverable Name> 10 .wmf. What is the name and number of the site coordinator who is responsible for ensuring that the site is prepared adequately for the installation of the Cisco equipment? 13. What will the cabinet location be? Location: Yes/No What: Name: Telephone: Floor: Room: Position: Provide a diagram/s or sketch/es of the equipment location/s to include the following: • • • • • • • All Cisco equipment locations Power receptacle locations (wall. offer significant file size savings over the Visio equivalent and should be used where the original Visio files are being maintained as separate files. and hard hat areas) 12. <Diagrams inserted in the Windows Metafile format.Site Details telephone nearest to the Cisco equipment and its location? 10. also include diagrams that the route equipment must follow to reach this location when it is delivered to the customer site. or under raised floor) Circuit breaker locations and circuit breaker number Telco demarc locations DDF locations Cable tray locations Location of other devices Where applicable. . You can use other reduced file size formats where appropriate. safety shoes. post. Are there any special security/safety procedures? (such as safety glasses. must visiting personnel be escorted by customer personnel?) 11.

VPNsc 12016 Customer: Project Manager: Project Engineer: Description: Original Date: Revision #: S1 P2 Anti-static table Gigabit Switch Router 7206VXR Router 7206VXR Router Catalyst Switch Customer racks PE1 AC power disribution Cisco Project Team Bay 3 Storage AC power disribution Chancery Lane Telehouse Manchester Leeds VPN solution Bay 2 PE1 P2 P1 LINX PE1 S2 S1 AS1299 PE1 P2 P2 P1 P1 Earth P1 DC power AC power P1 P2 PE1 LINX AS1299 P1 S1 PE1 P1 P2 PE1 P1 P2 P1 S2 PE1 Earth Bay 1 Storage Gloucester Road Harbour Exchange AC power disribution Birmingham Edinburgh Reading Table 4 Site Details (cont. What is the agreed plan to rectify any outstanding points from this section and any notes or special comments for the <Customer Name (please do not include a logo) and Project/Deliverable Name> 11 .) 14.Site Details [example] Figure 1 Site Layout Cisco Project Team NMS .

do not remove the carriage return following this line.Site Details implementation team? <SECTION BREAK To avoid header/footer and page setup problems.> <Customer Name (please do not include a logo) and Project/Deliverable Name> 12 .

<Customer Name (please do not include a logo) and Project/Deliverable Name> 13 .

Are there any restrictions as to when the Cisco equipment might be powered up? 7. Include international country codes for telephone numbers. Will the Cisco equipment be powered from a UPS (AC) or battery backup (DC)? 4. If space is insufficient for any answer. Does the backup power source have sufficient capacity for this new equipment? 5. continue on separate pages. Mark sections that are not applicable.> Table 5 Electrical Considerations Yes/No Voltage range: Location: Yes/No Voltage range: Location: Yes/No UPS/Battery Yes/No Capacity: Yes/No Details: Yes/No Details: Yes/No How many: Distance: Location: Yes/No Distance: 1. Is the correct AC power source available? (fused within 2m of the Cisco equipment position) 2.Electrical Considerations <Complete or provide in this document additional questions or table lines that might be applicable to this customer network. Is the correct DC power source available? (fused within 2m of the Cisco equipment position) 3. Are there any 240v AC outlets available within 2m of the Cisco equipment for peripheral equipment? (such as PCs. but indicate that you have done this in an appropriate place within this document. Is there an isolated earth point available close to the Cisco equipment <Customer Name (please do not include a logo) and Project/Deliverable Name> 14 . Does this site have additional backup from generator power? 6. test equipment) 8.

What is the agreed plan to rectify any outstanding points from this section and any notes or special comments for the implementation team? Location: <Customer Name (please do not include a logo) and Project/Deliverable Name> 15 .Electrical Considerations position? 9.

Electrical Considerations <SECTION BREAK To avoid header/footer and page setup problems.> <Customer Name (please do not include a logo) and Project/Deliverable Name> 16 . do not remove the carriage return following this line.

Include international country codes for telephone numbers.Cabling <Complete or provide in this document additional questions or table lines that might be applicable to this customer network. or other trunking required to install the Cisco equipment? Yes/No Cable run length (m): Cable run route: Yes/No Max cable length: Yes/No Details: Yes/No Cable spec: Yes/No Responsible party: Completion date: Details: <Customer Name (please do not include a logo) and Project/Deliverable Name> 17 . Are external cabling lengths within the distances required by the equipment to avoid signal degradation? 4. continue on separate pages. and does the customer understand/agree with the requirements? 2. Do local fire codes stipulate that special cables are mandatory? 6. Are cables that are external to the cabinets to be installed? (such as rack to rack. are there restrictions on when cables might be pulled over cable trays or under the floor? 5. Where Cisco will be installing cables that are external to the cabinets. Are additional overhead cable trays. drop posts.> Table 6 Cabling Yes/No 1. but indicate that you have done this in an appropriate place within this document. Has the cable schedule from the SRS document been discussed. If space is insufficient for any answer. Mark sections that are not applicable as such. DDF to patch panel) 3.

If a raised floor exists.Cabling 7. Is there sufficient clearance under overhead cable trays? 8. What is the agreed plan to rectify any outstanding points from this section and any notes or special comments for the implementation team? Yes/No Clearance (mm): Yes/No Depth of space (mm): <Customer Name (please do not include a logo) and Project/Deliverable Name> 18 . is sufficient space available for routing cables? 9.

do not remove the carriage return following this line.Cabling <SECTION BREAK To avoid header/footer and page setup problems.> <Customer Name (please do not include a logo) and Project/Deliverable Name> 19 .

Is an external clock source present at this site? 2. If yes. Are there other Building Integrated Timing Sources configured at this site? Yes/No Location: Details: 4.> Table 7 Network Synchronization Yes/No STRATUM level: Location: Details: 1.Network Synchronization <Complete or provide in this document additional questions or table lines that might be applicable to this customer network. If space is insufficient for any answer. continue on separate pages. If the clock source has yet to be implemented. Have primary and secondary timing connection assignments for the Cisco equipment been reserved? 6. what is the due date for its completion? Date: STRATUM level: Location: Details: 5. What is the agreed plan to rectify any outstanding points from this section and any notes or special comments for the implementation team? Yes/No Details: <Customer Name (please do not include a logo) and Project/Deliverable Name> 20 . but indicate that you have done this in an appropriate place within this document. Include international country codes for telephone numbers. Mark sections that are not applicable. what level of STRATUM accuracy does it conform to? 3.

> <Customer Name (please do not include a logo) and Project/Deliverable Name> 21 . do not remove the carriage return following this line.Network <SECTION BREAK To avoid header/footer and page setup problems.

If space is insufficient for any answer. and any notes or special comments for the implementation team? Destination Carrier Circuit DDF Termination Block ID Cisco Equipment DDF Termination Block ID <Customer Name (please do not include a logo) and Project/Deliverable Name> 22 . What is the physical presentation of the telco circuits? (e. continue on separate pages. E3 with 75ohm BNC. termination ID) 5.g. If telco circuits are to be presented via a DDF. horizontal/vertical locator. Include international country codes for telephone numbers. what are the termination block identifiers for both the telco circuits and the cables that connect to the Cisco equipment? (such as frame ID. T3 with Type 43. but indicate that you have done this in an appropriate place within this document. STM-1 with single-mode fibre and SC connector) 3. What is the agreed plan to rectify any outstanding points from this section.Carrier Circuits <Complete or provide in this document additional questions or table lines that might be applicable to this customer network. Mark sections that are not applicable.> Table 8 Carrier Circuits Destination Circuit Type/Presentation 1.

Carrier Circuits <SECTION BREAK To avoid header/footer and page setup problems.> <Customer Name (please do not include a logo) and Project/Deliverable Name> 23 . do not remove the carriage return following this line.

continue on separate pages. and any notes or special comments for the implementation team? <Customer Name (please do not include a logo) and Project/Deliverable Name> 24 . If space is insufficient for any answer. What is the agreed plan to rectify any outstanding points from this section.> Table 9 Peripheral Data Communications Equipment Customer Device ID Manufacturer/ Model Interface/Cabling 1. Mark sections that are not applicable. Will a data communications CPE be connected to the Cisco equipment at this site? (such as EDIROU1/Cisco 2501/X21 interface with existing DB15 male cable running Frame Relay at 1984 kbps) 5. but indicate that you have done this in an appropriate place within this document.Peripheral Data Communications Equipment <Complete or provide in this document additional questions or table lines that might be applicable to this customer network. Include international country codes for telephone numbers.

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what are the termination block identifiers for both the PBX circuits and the cables that connect to the Cisco equipment? (such as frame ID.704 DPNSS to remote site PBX) 5.Peripheral Voice Communications Equipment <Complete or provide in this document additional questions or table lines that might be applicable to this customer network. horizontal/vertical locator. continue on separate pages. If PBX circuits are to be presented via a DDF.> Table 10 Peripheral Voice Communications Equipment Customer Device ID Manufacturer/ Model Interface/Cabling 1. If space is insufficient for any answer. but indicate that you have done this in an appropriate place within this document. termination ID) Circuit ID PBX Circuit DDF Termination Block ID Cisco Equipment DDF Termination Block ID <Customer Name (please do not include a logo) and Project/Deliverable Name> 26 . Include international country codes for telephone numbers. Will any voice communications CPE be connected to the Cisco equipment at this site? (such as EDIPBX1/Ericsson MD110/E1 G. Mark sections that are not applicable.

as well as any notes or special comments for the implementation team? <Customer Name (please do not include a logo) and Project/Deliverable Name> 27 . 8.Peripheral Voice Communications Equipment 7. Detail the PBX primary and secondary clock sources as currently configured. What is the agreed plan to rectify outstanding points from this section.

Peripheral Voice Communications Equipment <SECTION BREAK To avoid header/footer and page setup problems.> <Customer Name (please do not include a logo) and Project/Deliverable Name> 28 . do not remove the carriage return following this line.

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Inc. All rights reserved. San Jose. .y> This Site Survey Form has accurately captured the status of relevant physical.. Corporate Headquarters: Cisco Systems. 170 West Tasman Drive. variations or caveats: Signature: (Sign) Date: Signature: (Sign) Date: This ACCEPTANCE CERTIFICATE is to be completed/signed and returned to the Cisco Systems project manager. The site survey at <Site> has been completed and agreed actions recorded for all sections. For and on behalf of Cisco Systems: Name: (Print) For and on behalf of <Customer>: Name: (Print) Comments. Inc. CA 95134-1706 USA Copyright © 2003 Cisco Systems. Please note any comments below. electrical.Acceptance Certificate Site Survey Completion Certificate type: <Description of Sign-off> System description: <Customer Name (please do not include a logo) and Project/Deliverable Name> Document version: Version <x. and environmental requirements for all the equipment to be installed at <Customer> premises at <Site>.

do not remove the carriage return following this line. (Insert -> Crossreference -> Reference type -> Heading -> Insert reference to -> Heading text). The project manager and customer should agree to any changes.Acceptance Certificate <Check this document against the following quality criteria: Has this SSF been checked to ensure consistency and accuracy in: • • • • • Spelling and grammar Chapter references Question numbering General formatting and location of page breaks Page numbering and date formats Does this SSF detail how unresolved items will be corrected and how they will be fed back to the customer and project teams? Does this SSF clearly spell out the responsibilities of different parties–Cisco/partner and customer? Has this SSF been discussed and agreed with the customer/user and a sign-off obtained? Is the process for dealing with test failures clearly understood? Is it clear that if the site is not ready. however.6 (not Acrobat Reader) for a small charge.com) under the heading Adobe Acrobat 4. or if subsequent problems are found.cisco. This saves on the document file size as well as securing the information contained within it.> <SECTION BREAK To avoid header/footer and page setup problems. has the original Cisco formatting and styling been retained? Cross-references should be included where applicable to ease PC-based reading. Please remove these quality criteria before customer distribution. Excel. documents should be sent to the customer in PDF format. Where possible. such issues could delay the implementation? Have all instances of "<Customer>" been replaced by the customer name? Is there any remaining text in <> or [] brackets? If a partner has produced this document. You can download the software to convert Word.0. and other documents to PDF format from SoftTracker (at http://wwwin-download.> . Even with the charge. this software should be considered as necessary for your work as Visio or other purchased software. as necessary.

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