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Re: Circuit numbering scheme - best practice?
From: "Alex H. Ryu" <r.hyunseog () ieee org>
Date: Fri, 16 Jan 2009 17:32:22 -0600

I think it is really depending on what kind of provisioning system you
have.
Circuit ID is determined by your provisioning system for CLR/DLR reference.
As long as you can find circuit info quickly, it doesn't matter that much.

Alex


Jay Hennigan wrote:
We've grown to the point that "The MCI T-1 in Ontario" or "Bob's
ethernet to port 6/23 on switch 7" aren't scaling. Also in working
with carriers we are frequently asked to provide our internal circuit
number.

I've seen a lot of the the LEC scheme NN-XXXX-NNNNNN where XXXX has
some significance with regard to the speed and type of circuit. The
leading NN seems to be a mystery and the trailing NNNNNN is a serial
number.

I've also seen DS1-NNNNNNN as a straight speed-serial number type of
thing and horrendously long circuit numbers including CLLI codes such
as 101/T3/SNLOCAGTH07/SNLOCA01K15 .

Any suggestions from those who have been down this road as to a schema
that makes sense and is scalable? Are there documented best practices?

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Jay Hennigan - CCIE #7880 - Network Engineering - jay () impulse net
Impulse Internet Service - http://www.impulse.net/
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