Cisco Provisioning Center User's Guide, 4.2
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Table Of Contents

A - B - C - D - E - F - G - I - J - L - M - N - O - P - R - S - T - U - V -

Index

A

abandoning transactions     5-18

action bar

description     4-7

icons     4-7

ordered list     4-16

popup     4-11

apply

a transaction     5-16

blocking/non-blocking     5-17

button     5-16

saved transaction     5-16

architecture, Cisco Provisioning Center     1-3

attributes     1-6

customers (VPN)     1-6

dependency     4-15

logical link     A-4

physical link     A-8

prioritization of values     2-5

viewing     4-13

B

blocking/non-blocking     5-17

buttons

action bar     4-7

find and choose     4-11

navigation bar     4-3

object version     4-11

C

change management     1-6

change requests     3-4

concurrency     3-5

objects in the database     1-6

overview     3-1

sessions     3-1

transactions     3-1

upload requests     3-6

change request

description     3-4

states     3-4

channelized logical ports     6-3

Cisco Provisioning Center

as part of the TMN model     1-1

database     1-5

engine     1-3

equipment modules     1-4

logging in/out     4-2

service activation     1-2

service application     1-4

solution architecture     1-3

content area     4-6

count, getting     5-2

creating

links     6-5

objects using templates     5-21

ordered list     5-7

ordered list entry     5-8

with find/choose     5-9

current version     1-5

D

database     1-5

change management     1-6

management domains and customers     1-6

object model     1-5

objects     1-6

object versions     1-5

data encyrption     2-5

deleting

service element profiles     5-20

deleting transactions     5-14

de-select all     4-10

deselecting transactions     5-15

details view     6-12

document

conventions      xi

related documents      x

dynamic views     4-15

E

encyrption     2-5

engine

Cisco Provisioning Center     1-3

standard resource model     1-3

technology resource model     1-4

threader     1-4

equipment modules     1-4

viewing elements     6-2

viewing profiles     6-2

error reporting     2-3

export to file

button     4-7

from Microsoft Internet Explorer     5-11

from Netscape Navigator     5-12

F

fabric upload     6-3

failing links

for NNI resiliency     6-6

for UNI resiliency     6-8

filtering

jump to feature     5-5

lists     5-2

find and choose

feature     5-9

with create feature     5-9

find and choose feature     4-11

G

get list

button     4-7

concurrency     5-4

grouping links for NNI resiliency     6-6

group lister     4-10

GUI

content area     4-6

layout     4-3

navigation bar     4-3

refresh     4-16

tree view     4-4

I

icons

action bar     4-7

find and choose     4-11

object version     4-11

ordered list     4-16

refresh     4-16

inter-attribute dependency     4-15

interface layout     4-3

inter-network link

attributes for logical link     A-4

attributes for physical link     A-8

creating     6-5

J

jump to box     5-5

L

licensing information      xi

links

attributes for logical     A-4

attributes for physical     A-8

creating     6-5

failing for NNI resiliency     6-6

failing for UNI resiliency     6-8

grouping for NNI resiliency     6-6

NNI resiliency     2-2

rebalancing for NNI resiliency     6-7

recovering for NNI resiliency     6-7

recovering for UNI resiliency     6-9

lister

embedded     5-6

group     4-10

multiple page     5-3

lister view     4-9, 4-10

find and choose     4-11

group     4-10

navigating to     5-2

populating     4-9

popup menu     4-11

sorting and filtering     4-11

lists

filtering     5-2

filtering transactions     5-4

filtering with jump to     5-5

ordered     5-6

sorting     5-11

logical link

attributes     A-4

creating     6-5

logical ports

backup for UNI resiliency     6-8

time slot usage range     6-3

UNI resilency     6-9

UNI resiliency     6-8

log out of Cisco Provisioning Center     4-2

logs

viewing transaction     5-14

M

management

change     1-6, 3-1

domain attribute     1-6

layers of the TMN model     1-1

method, user-defined     6-12

modify

non-disruptive service     2-3

ordered list     5-8

ordered list entry     5-8

multiple

page lister     5-3

views     4-15

N

navigation

bar     4-3

lister view     5-2

object view     5-2

network

NNI resiliency     6-5

profiles     2-4

TMN layers     1-1

topology     2-2

uploading fabric and services     6-3

NNI resiliency     2-2

configuring     6-5

failing links     6-6

grouping links     6-6

rebalancing links     6-7

recovering links     6-7

shared links policy     6-5

specifying priority     6-6

non-blocking/blocking apply     5-17

non-disruptive service modification     2-3

O

object model

in the database     1-5

object versions     1-5

object view

description     4-13

navigating to     5-2

operation, user defined     6-12

ordered list

action bar     4-16

creating     5-7

creating entry     5-8

modifying     5-8

modifying entries     5-8

viewer     4-16, 5-6

working with     5-6

overview

working with profiles     5-19

P

password encyrption     2-5

pending version     1-5

physical link

attributes     A-8

creating     6-5

physical port

time slot usage range     6-3

popup menu     4-11

port

time slot usage range     6-3

pre-provisioning

configuring     2-4

configuring service elements     6-9

description     2-4

profiles

in the database     1-6

overview     5-19

prioritization of attribute values     2-5

service element     2-4

service object     2-4

viewing     6-10

working with     5-19

provisioning result page     4-14

provisioning view     4-13

R

range

time slot usage     6-3

rebalancing links for NNI resiliency     6-7

recovering links

for NNI resiliency     6-7

for UNI resiliency     6-9

refresh GUI     4-16

reporting errors     2-3

resiliency

configuring NNI     6-5

configuring UNI     6-7

NNI links     2-2

shared policy     6-5

UNI ports     2-3

rollback     2-3

S

saved transactions     5-15

scheduling transactions     5-17

select/de-select all     4-10

select all     4-10

selecting

object class for Jump to     5-5

objects from Find/Choose window     5-9

transactions     5-12, 5-15

service

activation with Cisco Provisioning Center     1-2

applications     1-4

non-disruptive modification     2-3

upload     6-3

view     6-11

viewing profiles     6-10

service element

deleting profiles     5-20

service elements

in the databse     1-6

pre-provisioning     6-9

profiles     2-4

service object

creating from template     5-21

profiles     2-4

retrieving details     6-12

viewing     6-10

viewing through the service view     6-11

service view     4-15, 6-11

drilling down on service elements     6-12

static labels     6-11

sorting lists     5-11

specifying priority

for NNI resiliency     6-6

for UNI resiliency     6-8

standard network elements,viewing     6-2

standard resource model     1-3

states

change request     3-4

transactions     3-2

upload request     3-6

static labels     6-11

T

tabluar view     4-15

technology resource models     1-4

templates for object creation     5-21

third party licensing      xi

threader     1-4, 2-2

time slot usage range     6-3

TMN model     1-1

topology     2-2

transaction

management     5-10

transactions

abandoning     5-18

applying saved     5-16

description     3-1

deselecting     5-15

filtering lists     5-4

making multiple changes     5-15

saving and applying     5-15

scheduling     5-17

selecting     5-12, 5-15

states     3-2

viewing logs     5-14

viewing modified objects     5-14

tree view

description     4-4

types     4-4

true modify     2-3

U

UNI resiliency     2-3

backing up a logical port     6-8

configuring     6-7

failing ports     6-8

recovering ports     6-9

specifying priority     6-8

uploading

fabric and services     6-3

upload request

description     3-6

states     3-6

user-defined methods     6-12

V

versions, object     1-5

view

details     6-12

dynamic     4-15

group lister     4-10

lister     4-9

multiple     4-15

object     4-13

ordered list     4-16, 5-6

provisioning     4-13

provisioning result page     4-14

service     4-15, 6-11

tabluar     4-15

transaction logs     5-14

tree     4-4

viewing

equipment module elements     6-2

equipment module profiles     6-2

objects modified by transactions     5-14

service objects     6-10

service profiles     6-10

standard network elements     6-2