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TS 32.111-2 (SA5)
Fault Management Part 2: Alarm IRP – Information Service (IS)

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Rapporteur:  Mr. Toche, Christian
See also:  –

This TS defines the Alarm Integration Reference Point (IRP) Information Service (IS), which addresses the alarm surveillance aspects of Fault Management (FM), applied to the N Interface.

The purpose of the AlarmIRP is to define an interface through which a "system" (typically a Network Element Manager or a Network Element) can communicate alarm information for its managed objects to one or several Manager Systems (typically Network Management Systems).

The Alarm IRP IS defines the semantics of alarms and the interactions visible across the reference point in a protocol neutral way. It defines the semantics of the operations and notifications visible in the IRP. It does not define the syntax or encoding of the operations, notifications and their parameters.


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1   Scope   PDF-p. 9
2   References
3   Definitions and abbreviations   PDF-p. 10
4   Basic aspects   PDF-p. 11
5   Information Object Classes   PDF-p. 12
5.1   Imported information entities and local labels
5.2   Class diagram
5.3   Information Object Class Definitions
5.4   Information relationships definition   PDF-p. 19
5.5   Information attribute definition   PDF-p. 22
6   Interface Definition   PDF-p. 26
6.1   Class diagram
6.2   Generic rules   PDF-p. 27
6.3   Interface AlarmIRPOperations_1 (M)   PDF-p. 28
6.4   Interface AlarmIRPOperation_2 (O)      Up
6.5   Interface AlarmIRPOperation_3 (O)
6.6   Interface AlarmIRPOperation_4 (O)
6.7   Interface AlarmIRPOperation_5 (O)
6.8   Notification AlarmIRPNotifications_1 (M)
6.9   Notification AlarmIRPNotification_2 (O)
6.10   Notification AlarmIRPNotification_3 (O)   PDF-p. 52
6.11   Notification AlarmIRPNotification_4 (O)
6.12   Notification AlarmIRPNotification_5 (O)   PDF-p. 55      Up
6.13   Notification AlarmIRPNotification_6 (O)
A  (Normative)   Event Types   PDF-p. 60
B  (Normative)   Probable Causes   PDF-p. 61
C   Examples of using notifyChangedAlarm   PDF-p. 70
D   Examples of using correlatedNotification   PDF-p. 72
E   AcknowledgeAlarms operation scenario   PDF-p. 73
F   Change history   PDF-p. 74      Up

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