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RE: Request for a clue!
From: Thomas Gainer <TGainer () e-xpedient com>
Date: Tue, 22 May 2001 14:34:48 -0400
Aye, FCAPS is what I was looking for.
From: Vinay Bannai [mailto:bannai () pacbell net]
Sent: Tuesday, May 22, 2001 2:31 PM
To: Thomas Gainer
Cc: 'nanog () merit edu'
Subject: Re: Request for a clue!
Thomas Gainer wrote:
I have heard a whisper about a network equipment evaluation standard
FCATS. I have never heard of it (only NEBS) and I can not find any
information on it. All my searches turn up information on the Florida
standardized tests but nothing regarding technology evaluation and
reporting. Does anyone have a hint I can follow to find information, like
maybe what the acronym stands for?
Maybe you are referring to FCAPS. It stands for Fault Configuration
Provisioning and Security. This is used to represent the various
functionalities that a network equipment is typically required to support.
I personally have not heard of FCATS in reference to network equipments.
- Request for a clue! Thomas Gainer (May 22)
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