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PAS PMDX Services Commissioning Test Procedure

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PAS PMDX Services Commissioning Test Procedure

Revision History Date Started 19/02/2001 24/02/2001 27/02/2001 Date released 22/02/2001 26/02/2001 Revision Draft 1.0 Draft 1.01 Draft 1.02 Description Initial Draft Revised with Redundancy Some more test cases added Added Fitel Feedback Author Anand Ballabh, John Yeh Rajesh Ohri Anand Ballabh

24/04/2001

Draft 1.0.3

Anand Ballabh Kanwaldeep Singh

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......5 References............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................21 Mail box full:........................................1.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................5 Sign-up Authentication: .....................................1..........9 3.....................................1 Lab Setup Information .......................2 Access to PDX services:.......................................28 CDR Format:..............................................7 2....................1...........................................................5 Definitions......................................................................................1..................5 Target Audience.................................29 Content Services:.............7 2....................................................................................................................1.........................1............................1........................ 3...............1............................................................1...............................16 3..............................................................................................1 Using man machine interface:..12 3..............................16 3...............................................................................................................................................................1......................................24 Storing of Attachments:........................................................5 Scope of Document ....................8 Services hand by Sign up server: .................................................................................................................................Store and forward function ...........................1..............7 2.................................................19 E-mails with attachments:...............................30 Accessing WEB content on PS:....9 3....1..................14 Forwarding of emails:.................................................................................1 PDX System in the FITEL Network .....................................1................2....................................................1...15 3....1........16 Error Notification .............................................1...................................................................................26 New Mail Notification:.......................8 3.........17 3.........17 3...........3 1.............................................13 Services Offered:...8 3................1.....................................................1 Functional Features.....................................................................................13 3.........PAS PMDX Services Commissioning Test Procedure Table of Contents 1.........................................................................................12 3.................14 3..............................................................2 PDX Test Setup..... TEST SETUP INFORMATION..........................................................2 Management Features ......12 Session with ICP’s.........................................1................................................11 led 3.......4 Authentication of Subscriber:........1 1.....................................15 3.............................................................................17 3............................................ 1...............6 Signup Database verification:..............................................................15 3..............................................1..........................................2 Test Entry Criteria .........18 3......................10 Requirement:...................................14 3....................................2 1................................................................................18 ........1........................................32 MTA Server:....................................................................1.................................... bitmap & animation Files.................1....................................................1.....................18 Message Delivery size:..............................1.14.....................1.................................................. TEST ITEMS ........................................................1......................1.............1..........................2.7 3................................13 3............................10 3.......1 ...............................................3 DDI-P online sign-up process:...........1............................................................................................................15 Storage capacity....31 List of URL’s:...........................................................................27 CDR Mediation: .......................1.................................................................................................................................18 3 .....1.......................... Symbols and Abbreviations ...............................22 Mail receive notification: ....6 2......................1.....18 3............................................................................8 3...........................11 3............9 CCC function:...........................11 3.................8 3..10 3.................................12 3...23 Store and forward option: .......................17 Mail Size too large:............13 3.....................................................11 GUI supporting features:.............................12 3.........................................16 3......................................................................25 Special mail sending:...................................................................................................................................7 Connection to PMDX services refused: ....4 INTRODUCTION:...............................................................................................................................1....................14 3............................................................................20 Melody.....................................................16 3....16 3..................7 2.......

...................................21 APPENDIX A: COMMISSIONING TEST SIGN-OFF FORM .............................19 3........1 System Acceptance Test Process........................2......................23 APPENDIX C: COMPLETE VOICE NETWORK ACCEPTANCE TEST MATRICES .................................................................................................................18 3..........................................................18 3...............3.......1 Pricing Information...2 Redundancy of Sign-up servers.................................................20 4....................3........................4 Load sharing of MTA servers.................................................... COMMISSION TEST PLAN FLOW ................................................................25 4 ..............................................................................18 3......3.........20 4....2 Performance management .................1 Redundancy of Application servers...........................3 System Performance test.................................................................18 3..........................19 3.....................................................................2 Commissioning Test Development and Process........................................2 Commissioning Test Development and Process.......................3 Redundancy of Email Gateway servers.................2................................................PAS PMDX Services Commissioning Test Procedure 3.....................................3.....................19 4............................................................................................................................20 4.....

3. Chapter 1 and 2 describes the scope of this document and the network description. The data services on the handset refer to the services offered using the Pmail Deluxe protocol.3 Definitions.1 Scope of Document This document specifies Acceptance Test Procedure (ATP) for PMDX services to be carried out for FITEL. Symbols and Abbreviations AS CDR CGI CGW DN ICP LS MTBF PDX PHS POP3 PS Application Server Call Detail Record Common Gateway Interface Contents Gateway Dialed Number Internet Content Provider Location Server Mean Time Between Failures P-mail Deluxe Protocol Personal Handy phone System Post Office Protocol – v3 Personal Station 5 . The VAS include location. 1. Field engineers at the customer site to execute various acceptance test phases. 1. The network services include both the basic voice services and value added services (VAS). Customer operators as a technical reference material to the system operations. Introduction: UTStarcom’s PAS is an end-to-end solution to provide the PHS services.PAS PMDX Services Commissioning Test Procedure 1. short message and data services. System engineers in the development lab to ensure the system integrity in the field. 4.2 Target Audience This document is targeted for the following primary audiences: 1. and the complete acceptance-testing matrix. Chapter 3 contains the detailed test procedures. The Appendices contains samples of testing sign-off sheets. 1. These services include email and information service. 2. punch list. Chapter 4 describes how this document is used in an acceptance process. Project managers to quantitatively evaluate whether the contractual obligation had been filled. Fitel’s PHS network shall be based on this system.

released on February 3rd. version 1.htm [2] SMS Subsystem verification matrices: http://huts. version 1.utstar.cn/fitel/index.utstar.9 [6] Document #: WLL-PAS 00-01: PAS Short Message Service System Requirement Specifications.com. released on February 12 th .PAS PMDX Services Commissioning Test Procedure SAM SMSC SMSGW TN VAS Subscriber Application Management Short Message Service Center Short Message Service Gateway Telephone Number Value Added Services 1.com. version 2.cn/fitel/index. released on February 26th .utstar. [13] FITEL software release note version 2.utstar.0 [11] FITEL software release note version 1. 2001.0. version 1.cn/fitel/index.3.4.com.htm [3] LS Subsystem verification matrices: http://huts. 2001.cn/fitel/index. [12] FITEL software release note version 1.com. version 1.2 [9] Document #: PDXATP 2001-01-02-23: PDX Subsystem Commissioning Test Procedure [10] “Node Load Test In-Progress Test Report”.4 References [1] PDX Subsystem verification matrices: http://huts.0 [8] Document #: LSATP 2001-01-02-18: Location Service Commissioning Test Procedures.7 [7] Document #: IAGATP 2001-01-01-18: iAG Subsystem Commissioning Test Procedures. 2001. Document #: VNLTP -2001-02-02-10. 6 .htm [4] Mediation Device Subsystem verification matrices: http://huts.htm [5] Document #: NET2000-12-21-19: FITEL’s PHS Network Technical Descriptions.

1. CDR is working. 2. 2. Figure 13 of the reference document [5] shows more details on the PDX network architecture.2.2 PDX Test Setup This section specifies the software and hardware entry criteria for beginning the commissioning test. 2. 4.2. 5. The PDX system has been configured in the network as per the Installation guide iAG and PDX iAG are configured. Voice network is installed and commissioned.PAS PMDX Services Commissioning Test Procedure 2. 3. Test Setup Information This section specifies the software and hardware entry criteria for beginning the commissioning test. the following criteria must be verified.2 Test Entry Criteria Before this commissioning test can be executed on-site. 2.1 PDX System in the FITEL Network Figure 1 of reference document [5] shows how the PDX system fits into the FITEL network. This section also contains the lab test setup information.1 Lab Setup In formation The lab test setup used to verify the commissioning test procedure items in this document can be found in reference [10] section 4. SMSC and LS system has been configured. 2. 1. 7 .

Start 3-----End Type 1 and press call key. i.(First time signup is only through handset) Test procedure: • • • • • From the handset menu go to Signup (F*11) Press talk key Hand set screen shows two options 1---. 3. 3.PAS PMDX Services Commissioning Test Procedure 3. Input the password.1.e. 8 . 3. Expected Result: • Subscriber information enters in the tsignup table in signup data base. for PDX services can be enabled or disabled. Test Items This section specifies the feature and system level testing to be carried out for the PMDX services. To enable press left arrow. Input the nick name and follow the instructions.1 Functional Features This section contains the test items related to the functional feature of the overall system. To disable press the right key. Test procedure: • • • • • From the handset menu go to Location Information (F87) In the hand set screen left arrow for enabling and right arrow for disabling. Expected Result: • Handset screen shows operation successful.1 Using man machine interface: From the hand set sending of location information.2 Access to PDX services: The subscribers can choose to sign-up online using the handset.1. RSSID and CSID as a part of ISDN setup message.

Option 1 and 2 are mutually exclusive.Start 3-----End Type 1 and press call key.1. the subscriber may either enable the ‘auto email receive’ function or ‘new email notification’ function. It is also possible to disable both the functions. Handset screen shows following options 1 — New mail notification 2 — Auto receive 3 — Mail box full 4 — Stop receiving mail temporary 5 — Refuse mail 6 — Mail forward 7 — Advertisement 99 — Current configuration 00 — Stop Select the desired option and follow the instructions. The following options are supported.1. Expected Result: • • If selected item 1 subscriber gets the notification for new mail. If any one of the above option is cha nged it gets recorded in the TSIGNUP table in the Signup database. if selected item 2 subscriber automatically receives the mail and after receiving it gets an alert for the mail. who has already signed-up for email service.3 DDI-P online sign-up process: Note: A subscriber.PAS PMDX Services Commissioning Test Procedure 3. 3. can signup to modify his/her profile.4 Authentication of Subscriber: 9 . Enable/Disable Auto Email Receive Enable/Disable New Email Notification Enable/Disable Stop mail receive temporary Enable/Disable Mailbox Full Notification Enable/Disable Mail Forwarding Enable/Disable Advertisement mail Enable/Disable Refuse mail Test procedure: • • • • • • • From the handset menu go to Signup (F*11) Press talk key Hand set screen shows two options 1---. and so on for the other options. Go to main menu.

who has not signed up. Now make the same authentication key in PS and WRT.PAS PMDX Services Commissioning Test Procedure For each sign-up request subscriber is authenticated.1.6 Signup Database verification: When subscriber signup first time all the information given by him are recorded in the TSIGNUP table of signup database. In the second case signup is successful. Now signup from the PS. Expected Result: • • In the first case email request is refused. the sign-up database is referred if the subscriber has not signedup the connection is refused. Test procedure: • • • • Take a PS. Afterwards if subscriber modifies his or her profile using signup the TSIGNUP table gets modified accordingly Test procedure: • • Signup first time from a new handset ( Sign up procedure is in section 3.1. Expected Result: • • In the first case signup is not successful. Try to signup with the PS. 3. Test procedure: • • • • Take a PS (subscriber). In the second email request is successful. And again try to send email. Send an email with the PS.5 Sign-up Authentication: For each email request. 3.2) Check in the TSIGNUP table in the signup database 10 .1. which has different authentication key in WRT and in PS. And again try to signup.

9 CCC function: The CCC will configure subscriber profile to sign. 3. Check again in the TSIGNUP table in the signup database.1.1.1.up server through web interface Same as signup process in section 3.7 Connection to PMDX services refused: If the voice service of the subscriber is suspended connection to the Pmdx server is refused Test procedure: • • Suspend the voice services of a subscriber from CDR and SAM.6. Now try to signup or to send a mail.2 11 .PAS PMDX Services Commissioning Test Procedure • • Now change the profile of the subscriber using signup from handset or from web server.8 Services handled by Sign up server: This is the internal function of the system how does it works.2. Expected Result: • • All the information input by subscriber should be recorded in TSIGNUP table in signup database.1.1.1. Expected Result: • Connection to the PMDX services is refused. 3. 3.2.5 and 2. After changing the subscriber profile the information in TSIGNUP table also changes. Handles sign up request originated from PS Handles sign up request originated from Fitel provided web site. it is automatically covered in section 2.1.

information about facilities (e. parking lots.10 Requirement: Dedicated terminal with Windows 98.11 GUI supporting features: User-friendly GUI supporting features like system configuration upload and download “cgwmenu.12 Session with ICP’s Interactive session with ICPs (cgwmst. restaurants. 3.) with in the specified distance. editing the menu tree and saving the menu files Fitel has to provide the GUI 3.txt” file from application server. (F*02) Press F.1. Test procedure: • • • • • From the handset menu go to Air info.1.1. hospitals etc.txt file contains this information) Note: This feature means when a subscriber access the content services. Chinese edition for @ MENU tool To be provided by Fitel 3. Hand set screen shows different URLs in the screen Select the desired option (URL). Now the handset screen shows different options or the charge schemes for the site. It will be shown in next version 12 .g. etc. different options are shown in the hand set such as which site he want to access and what are the charges for the site and what is the mode of payment.PAS PMDX Services Commissioning Test Procedure 3. type @MENU and press the talk key..1. Expected Result: The interactive session passes the test.13 Services Offered: Based upon the location of the subscriber (PS).

14.1 Store and forward function Store and forward function for the subscribers who want to forward mails from PDX account to other accounts.14 Forwarding of emails: Forwarding of emails from existing email accounts to the PDX account and keeping the copy of email in the server (for the subscribers who already have the corporate account and subscribe to the PDX services) Test procedure: • • Open any existing e-mail account in Yahoo. (The site must have the mail forwarding option) Forward the mail to the PDX account. Not clear how to test it 13 .3) Send a mail to PS1. hotmail or any other site. Expected Result: • Both the PS1 and PS2 receives the mail.1. nickname@domainname.1. Test procedure: • • In PS1 set the mail forward feature to another PS2 (Procedure for this is same as described in section 3.1. 3.1.PAS PMDX Services Commissioning Test Procedure The subscriber will be able to access email account hosted by remote server (POP accounts) using the PS handset It will be shown in next version 3.15 Storage capacity Maximum 1 MB storage is allowed to one subscriber. (Mail size must be in the limit of PDX) Expected Result: • The mail is received in the mail box of the subscriber (nickname@domainname) 3.

1. nickname@domainname.1. Send a mail to the PDX account. Send a mail to the PDX account. In the case. Expected Result: • The sender is notified with an error “unknown user”. the message is truncated to the max size i.e. Which does not exist i. Test procedure: • • • Open any existing e-mail account in Yahoo.1. 3. Send a mail from Internet (Outlook) to the PDX account. 5000bytes the sender is notified and message is delivered to subscribers mail box Now the feature has changed if the mail size is more than 5KB the receiver will not receive the mail and sender gets error message “mail is too large” 14 .e.16 Error Notification The MTA server receives the email from Internet if the email id is not valid. nickname@domainname such that the mail size is more than 5KB.PAS PMDX Services Commissioning Test Procedure 3.17 Mail Size too large: If the mail size of the message exceeds 5KB. 3. hotmail or any other site.18 Message Delivery size: If the mail id is valid and the size of the message exceeds 5000bytes and less than 1MB. Test procedure: • • Open any existing e-mail account in Yahoo. nickname is not created. hotmail or any other site. the e-mail gateway notifies the sender "mail is too big to deliver a PHS subscriber" and deleted from the server. sender is notified with an error. Expected Result: • • The sender is notified with an error “mail is too big to deliver a PHS subscriber”. mail send from Internet (outlook) the MTA sends error message “mail is too big to deliver a PHS subscriber”.

Note: At present sending bitmap.1. Test procedure: • • • Open any existing e-mail account in Yahoo. Files are melody. Make sure that receiver’s mailbox is full. The receiver of the mail is notified that the mailbox is full. The Internet mail account also receives the attachments. melody and Animation) files to/from PS Test procedure: • • • From PS send a mail with attachment to the other PS.1.19 E-mails with attachments: Send and receive Email with attachments (Bitmap. 3. Expected Result: • • The sender is notified with an error. 15 . Attachment could be bitmap.20 Melody. from above accounts or from PDX account.PAS PMDX Services Commissioning Test Procedure 3. bitmap & animation Same as section 2. Send a mail to the PDX account. Send the attachments to any Internet mail account from the PS.21 Mail box full: If the receiver’s mailbox is full the sender is notified with an error. Expected Result: • • The PS receives the attachment. animation and melody file attachments from Internet to a PS does not work.1. melody or animation file. hotmail or any other site.19 3.1. bitmap & animation Files Attach.

for new email. Send a mail to the PDX subscriber account. This is covered in section 3. from above account s or from PDX account.1. 16 . hotmail or any other site. This is a hand set feature 3.24 Storing of Attachments: Attachments can be stored in the handset for play back. The email gateway stores and forwards the email to the specified destination.3 3. 3. Sending of such files is already covered in section 3. The receiver of the mail is notified that he has a new mail. whose ‘email auto receive’ function is enabled (ON). Test procedure: • • • Open any existing e-mail account in Yahoo.25 Special mail sending: Special mail includes animation.1. the PDX center notifies the PS handset via UUI message that new email(s) are received for the subscriber. Make sure that receiver’s mailbox has enough space.26 New Mail Notification: When a new email is received for a subscriber in the PDX center. melody files.1.1.1.19 3.23 Store and forward option: As a part of signup process it is possible to set store and forward option for each incoming mail.1.1.PAS PMDX Services Commissioning Test Procedure 3.22 Mail receive notification: If there is enough space in mailbox the mail is stored there and the subscriber is notified via SMSC. Expected Result: • • Mail is received and stored in the inbox of the subscriber.

28.28. Make sure that receiver’s mailbox has enough space. Send a mail to the PDX subscriber account. from above accounts or from PDX account.1.5 CDR body -mail box full notification 3.28.1 CDR body.1.6 CDR body -mail forwarding notification 3.receive mail 3.1.4 CDR body -email deletion notification 3. 3. Expected Result: • • Subscriber receives a message for new mails received.1.27 shows CDR for all above options. PS downloads the messages and stores in the handset memory. 3.28 CDR Format: CDR body -send mail 3.1.28.28.1.1.2 CDR body -save mail 3.28.1.PAS PMDX Services Commissioning Test Procedure Test procedure: • • • • Open any existing e-mail account in Yahoo.29 Content Services: 17 . Enable Auto email receive function of a PDX subscriber.3 CDR body -new email notification 3.8 CDR body -customer control Test in section 3.1. The CDR for PDX are stored in /opt/fitel/data/in/pdx directory of CDR Expected Result: • Check the PDX CDR in /opt/fitel/data/in/pdx directory of CDR.1.27 CDR Mediation: Usage records are stored and can be retrieved by CDR Mediation subsystem periodically.28. Test procedure: • • CDR system retrieves the billing information from PDX system periodically. 3.28.7 CDR body -online sign up 3. hotmail or any other site.1.1.

12 3.1.3. 3.2 Management Features This section contains test items related to the management features for the PMDX network. This will be tested in next version 3.1.2. This is related to content providers 3.1. Some test items may need to be completed jointly with 3rd party service vendors.31 List of URL’s: Subscribers can get list of URL’s to be accessed.2.PAS PMDX Services Commissioning Test Procedure For content services the ICP may choose charge policy.3 System Performance test 3. 3. There are two application servers installed and both of them are in an independent environment.32 MTA Server: MTA server receives the mail from Internet and forwards them to email gateway This is one of the functions of how the PMDX network works. provisioning of pricing information for various URLs and @MENU entry 3. This test is covered in section 3.12 3.1.2 Performance management Static’s and logs. The case is that whe n one of the server goes down the other should take up for making calls. But as of now the issue has been raised with Beijing and the test results are awaited for the same.30 Accessing WEB content on PS: This test is covered in section 3.1.1 Redundancy of Application servers.e. 18 .1 Pricing Information Configuration i.

PAS PMDX Services Commissioning Test Procedure 3. Expected Result: • All the services switches to the redundant server.3.3 Redundancy of Email Gateway servers.3. Expected Result: • ACE distributes load evenly on both the MTA servers. Issue “haswitch standby-hostname logical-hostname” on active server. Issue “haswitch standby-hostname logical-hostname” on active server. 3.2 Redundancy of Sign-up servers. 19 . Test procedure: • • Send some mails to the Internet. Repeat step 1.3. Repeat step 1. Expected Result: • All the services switches to the redundant server.4 Load sharing of MTA servers. 3. Check the session statistics on Ace load balancer in stats/slb/gr 3. Test procedure: • • • Check the egw processes on active server by ps command. Test procedure: • • • Check the signup processes on active server by ps command.

All the system’s interconnections and essential functionality will be verified at the commissioning test stage. because these subsystem components cannot exercise any functionality until further on-site commissioning and integration effort. Commission Test Plan Flow This section describes how this document should be generated and used in the network deployment process. the system is ready to enter trial or actual operations. After the contract is signed. Figure 4-1 Acceptance Testing Process Witness Test On-Site Integration Commission Test Operation Readiness Final Test Capacity • Coverage • Conditional Acceptance Final Acceptance 20 . actual traffic will occur on the system. From then on. the first acceptance test stage will be witness testing This stage signifies the arrival of subsystem components on-site.1 System Acceptance Test Process Figure 4-1 outlines the significance of the acceptance testing process in the contract. This is the last opportunity to make any “intrusive” testing to the system before the actual or tria l operation can begin. customer will grant a conditional acceptance of the system. In many cases.PAS PMDX Services Commissioning Test Procedure 4. Upon completing this stage with no service-affecting items pending. the final testing usually focus on coverage and system loading (capacity) issues. 4. The final testing is the last stage of the acceptance testing process. With the actual traffic running. the witness test may not be an actual functional testing. Upon passing the commissioning test stage.

Appendix A shows a form that will be used to conduct the actual commissioning testing in front of the customers.PAS PMDX Services Commissioning Test Procedure 4. the customers will issue appropriate certificates to signify conditional or total acceptance of the system. In many cases. The duration of test time will also be closely tracked to optimize the test execution time. Every item of the commissioning test item shall be dry-run in the l b or on-site before the actual test a demonstration in front of the customers. 21 . some subset o f the requirement will be verified through commissioning test. The deployment starts with the signoff of the contract. The system engineering team will consolidate both old and new requirement into the verification matrix form. Conditional or total acceptance will be granted only when all service-affecting punc h. This test item will be used to verify service-affecting items. Upon successful demonstration of the commissioning test items. Of all the detailed requirement. the commissioning test is completed with “punch list” items generated.2 Commissioning Test Development and Process Figure 4-2 outlines the entire deployment process. Once the commissioning test plan has been reviewed and agreed by the customers.list items are cleared. detailed test procedures and entrance criteria will be developed. Verification matrices specify for each detailed feature where and how this particular shall be verified. Each commissioning test items shall represent the following importance: This test item will be used to verify on -site interconnections. Appendix B is an example of this punch list. and column for additional comments. Thus the commissioning test plan will be communicated to the customers before the actual commissioning testing starts. followed by details in the technical specifications. UT and Customer initials for passing or failing. Clearing of the service-affecting punch list items is also an entrance condition for the system users to enter service. This test item will be used to verify maintenance-affecting items. Each test item will have clear start and stop times. Commissioning test items signify certain degree of the official product acceptance by the customers.

Verify Matrix Based on: • Interconnect • Service • Maintenance Accept Test Matrix Witness Test Items Commissionig Test Items Final Test Items Customer Review Detail Procedure Entrance Criteria Dry-run in Lab or on Site On-Site Execution 22 .PAS PMDX Services Commissioning Test Procedure Figure 4-2 Commissioning Testing Development Contract Technical Spec.

PAS PMDX Services Commissioning Test Procedure Appendix A: Commissioning Test Sign-Off Form This form is used to capture the results of the commissioning test. All fields must be recorded and signed off for the commissioning test to be completed. This form will be used in conjunction of the “punch list” shown in Appendix B as part of the official acceptance documents. Table A-1 Commissioning Test Sign-Off Form Please refer to Documentation: Commissioning Test Sign-Off LS.xls 23 .

Severity 3: This item is service-affecting in the future deployment phases. To prioritize all the issues. each punch list item is classified into different seventies: Severity 1: This item is service-affecting in this deployment phase. Guo 1-Sep Issue Name Brief Description Severity 1 Critical: Phase 1 serv ice affecting Severity 2 Severe: Phase 1 maintenance affecting Severity 3 Major: Future phase service affecting Severity 4 Minor: Future phase maintenance affecting UTSI Severit Done Contact y 3 10-Oct Comments/Results 2 3 John Y.S. all issue should be captured in a “punch list” as shown in this Appendix. there may be issues raised by customers or by the vendors which may or may not be covered in the original contract or the subsequent detailed technical specifications. Severity 4: This item is maintenance-affecting in the future deployment phases. 28-Sep III 15-Oct VPN feature Quote a schedule so Jeffery availability the FITEL can plan Zhang accordingly XXXX YYYY ZZ JJJ KKK LLL 2 2 N N WW MMM 24 . Originato UTSI r Rcvd.PAS PMDX Services Commissioning Test Procedure Appendix B: Punch List At any stage of the acceptance testing process. 1 P. Severity 2: This item is maintenance-affecting in this deployment phase. The conditional acceptance can not be granted by the customers and the system can not enter trial/official operation unless all the severity 1 punch list item are closed. In this case. Table B-1 Sample Punch List Format Issues closed Issue raised for more than 30 days Issues raised for more than 20 days No. and to identify whether the system is ready for operation.

PAS PMDX Services Commissioning Test Procedure Appendix C: Complete Voice Network Acceptance Test Matrices The matrices shown in this section is used to develop the detailed procedure in this document. This set of tables can be used as a reference for how each specific test was developed for the acceptance testing. and [4]. [2]. Table C-1 Complete Voice Network Acceptance Test Matrices The Matrix Please refer to Documentation: Appendix_matrix.xls 25 . [3]. The matrices paragraph references can be traced to reference documents [1].