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Product Portfolio: Optical Transport

MEF 72.1 MEF 72.1 Resource Model – Subscriber & Operator Level 1 — 2021 Feb

Primary Resource for: Models

Product Portfolio: Optical Transport, Models | Standard Type: Information and Data Models

Tags: NRP (Network Resource Provisioning), MRM (MEF Resource Models)

This Standard describes the MEF Resource Model (MRM), specifically for Layer 1 Connectivity related management features.

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MEF 111 MEF 111 MEF Services Model: Information Model for Layer 1 Connectivity Service — 2020 Dec

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Product Portfolio: Optical Transport, Models | Standard Type: Information and Data Models

Tags: MSM (MEF Service Models)

This document defines UML classes, data types and enumerations for representing Layer 1 Services.

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Orchestrated MEF 3.0 Optical Transport Services — 2020 Mar

Primary Resource for: Optical Transport

Product Portfolio: Optical Transport

MEF is the first industry body to publish standards for Optical Transport services and their orchestration.

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MEF 64 MEF 64 Operator Layer 1 Service Attributes and Services — 2020 Feb

Primary Resource for: Optical Transport

Product Portfolio: Optical Transport | Standard Type: Service Attributes

The Service Attributes of an Operator Layer 1 Service observable at a Layer 1 User Network Interface and a Layer 1 External Network Network Interface are defined.

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MEF 3.0 Workshop – MEF 3.0 Optical Transport Services — 2019 Nov

Primary Resource for: Optical Transport

Product Portfolio: Optical Transport

In 2018, MEF published its first Optical Transport services standard (MEF 63) for subscriber services that support Ethernet and Fibre Channel client protocols as well as SONET/SDH client protocols for legacy WAN services.

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MEF 63 MEF 63 Subscriber Layer 1 Service Attributes — 2018 Aug

Primary Resource for: Optical Transport

Product Portfolio: Optical Transport | Standard Type: Service Attributes

The attributes of a Subscriber Layer 1 Service observable at a Layer 1 User Network Interface (L1 UNI) and from a L1 UNI to a L1 UNI are defined. In addition, a framework for defining specific instances of a Subscriber Layer 1 Service is described.

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