MEF 48 Service Activation Testing

2014 Oct

Product Portfolio: Carrier Ethernet | Standard Type: Superseded Standards

Summary:

This document specifies the requirements and use cases for Carrier Ethernet Service Activation Testing (SAT) for E-Access services (Access Ethernet Private Line (Access EPL) and Access Ethernet Virtual Private Line (Access EVPL)) as defined in MEF 33.


This document specifies the requirements and use cases for Carrier Ethernet Service Activation Testing (SAT) for E-Access services (Access Ethernet Private Line (Access EPL) and Access Ethernet Virtual Private Line (Access EVPL)) as defined in MEF 33. Service Activation Testing encompasses those business processes for testing MEF services to ensure that the service is configured as specified and meets the defined Service Acceptance Criteria (SAC). Service Ac- tivation Testing occurs after the Operator Virtual Connection (OVC) for an E-Access service has been provisioned and before the service is deployed to the customer.


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