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NRIC IV Network Reliability and Interoperability Council IV Washington, DC July 14, 1999 Subcommittee 2: Data Analysis and Future Considerations PJ Aduskevicz.

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1 NRIC IV Network Reliability and Interoperability Council IV Washington, DC July 14, 1999 Subcommittee 2: Data Analysis and Future Considerations PJ Aduskevicz AT&T

2 NRIC IV Focus Group 3 Subcommittee 2 Team Members Data Analysis and Future Considerations Team

3 Subcommittee 2: Data Analysis and Future Considerations Developed scope and assigned to 4 task teams NRIC IV Focus Group 3

4 Task Team 1 Interface Team status n Identified activities/organizations with outage and intrusion information sharing role n NCC/NCS most mature process at this time u Actively addressing outage reporting process and criteria development u Critical infrastructure protection role (PDD-63) n Plans: u Continuing coordination with organizations u Documenting outage reporting and information sharing interfaces NRIC IV Focus Group 3 Subcommittee 2: Data Analysis and Future Considerations

5 Observations/Findings  Current guidelines from Threshold Reporting Group outdated  LECs/IXCs Report  > 50,000 Customers  Wireline  Inconsistent data for analysis - FCC reports  Data format  NRSC Procedural Team Findings  Reporting requirements not always clear  For leased facilities  Who reports what NRIC IV Focus Group 3 Initial Recommendations  Update of reporting guidelines in progress  LECs, IXCs, and CAPs report  > 30,000 customers  Add E911 PSAPs to special facilities  Airport list updated  NRSC develop template as a tool for outage report preparation  Definitions & data elements  Paper now; future electronic  Guidelines being developed to clarify who reports and what they report Subcommittee 2: Data Analysis and Future Considerations Task Team 2 Current Process Team

6 NRIC IV Focus Group 3 Task Team 3 Future Considerations Team n Learnings u Recognized a requirement for a step towards understanding impact on the public of service outages for all service providers in the telecommunications market u Services of the new entrants encompass new network architectures and network elements u Services as seen by public users increasingly entail network interconnection which results in interdependence Subcommittee 2: Data Analysis and Future Considerations

7 n Task Team 3 Preliminary Recommendation u Consider a voluntary trial for service providers of cable, wireless, satellite, data, leased facility arrangements, and ISPs to alert the NCC/NCS regarding “widespread outages” that are likely to have significant public impact u Definition/criteria of “widespread outages” will need to be developed for each industry segment u Process F Voluntary outage data collection lasting for a period of at least one year F Assessment at end of period n Synergies u Consistent with process and practices across industry segments u Complements the FCC Outage Reporting Process (63.100) u Under PDD 63 NCC/NCS designated as ISAC (Information Sharing and Analysis Center) for telecommunications Subcommittee 2: Data Analysis and Future Considerations NRIC IV Focus Group 3

8 Survey assessed Cellular/Wireless, Satellite, ISP’s, Paging and Cable: n Recognition and deployment of NRICII recommendation’s n Monitoring of Networks u Local/Centralized u Parts of network monitored n Criteria used to define service outage and degradation in networks n Processes in place to act on service degradation or service outage n Conditions for sharing information about service degradation or service outage

9 NRIC IV Focus Group 3 Companies Surveyed u Sent to over 60 companies via mail and u Sent to company and association representatives of cellular companies, satellite companies, ISPs, paging companies, and cable companies 23 Responses Received as of July 9, 1999 u 12 Cellular/PCS/Other Wireless u 8 ISPs u 4 Satellite u 3 Paging/Messaging u 1 SS7 Carrier u 1 Cable

10 NRIC IV Focus Group 3 65% 91% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% LocalCentralized Monitoring Network Service Degradation/Outage Monitoring Preliminary Data

11 NRIC IV Focus Group 3 Preliminary Data

12 NRIC IV Focus Group 3 Preliminary Data Familiar with the 1996 NRC Recommendations Yes 17% No 66% Not Applicable 17% 1996 Report & Recommendations “Network Reliability: The Path Forward” (NRC 2)

13 NRIC IV Focus Group 3 Timeline JulyNRIC initial findings AugustComplete survey analysis and gain consensus around final recommendations SeptemberDraft 1 of final report OctoberPresent Final Report NRIC readout of recommendations


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