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Page 1SES/TLS UNI Ordering Guide –Verizon Global WholesaleVerizon Global Wholesale ServicesSES/TLS UNI Ordering GuideSwitched Ethernet Service/Transparent LAN ServiceUser to Network InterfaceV1 10.17.2014

Page 2SES/TLS UNI Ordering Guide –Verizon Global WholesaleSES/TLS UNI Service Ordering Guide OverviewThe information contained in this Ordering Guide provides the wholesale user with ASR ordering requirements for theproduct suite of the SES/TLS UNI Services. Additional or new service offerings, as they become available through theaccess release schedule, will be updated as incremental versions.Effective with the September 20, 2014 access release there was a new Industry SES Form specific to ASR orderingfor all SES/TLS Services. The SES Form replaces the End User and Transport Forms previously used for SES/TLSservice requests.Each section within this guide is divided by the service/product type and its associated ASR ordering requirements.Section 1: ERS Premier/ERS Tunnel Access UNI services [Ethernet Relay Service Premier/Ethernet RelayService Tunnel Access Point to Point].Section 2: EMS/EMS-RT UNI services [Ethernet Multipoint/Ethernet Multipoint Real Time].Section 3: ERS Standard UNI services [Ethernet Relay Service Standard Point to Point].TLS UNI Services require regional ICSC Codes for ASR Ordering. The following ICSC entries are valid for the TLSUNI Service Types:NY01NE01CP88PA70NJ90VW01VE10 [Retail]Detailed information relative to the product descriptions and the individual network attributes are provided in theTransparent LAN Service (TLS) Order Guide on the Access Ordering website via the following .htmlQuestions relative to the information in this ordering guide should be directed to:Karen E. WarwickSr Analyst-Bus Ops SupptWIRELINE GLOBAL WHOLESALETelephone: 781-331-7333Email: [email protected] 10.17.2014

Page 3SES/TLS UNI Ordering Guide –Verizon Global WholesaleTable of Contents – UNI ServicesSES/TLS UNI PRODUCT DIAGRAMSSES/TLS UNI SERVICE TYPESSERVICE INTERVALS – NEW INSTALLATIONSERVICE INTERVALS – CHANGE ACTIVITYSERVICE INTERVALS – D AND N ACTIVITY [ADD OVER DISCONNECT- RPON]SERVICE INTERVALS – RECORD ACTIVITYSERVICE INTERVALS – DISCONNECT ACTIVITYSERVICE INTERVALS – MOVE ACTIVITYJOB AID 1ASR REQUIREMENTS – INQUIRY PROCESSERS PREMIER AND ERS TUNNEL ACCESS UNI SECTIONSERVICE ELIGIBILTYJOB AID 2ERS PREMIER AND ERS TUNNEL ACCESS UNI ASR REQUIREMENTS [FIRM]JOB AID 3ERS PREMIER AND ERS TUNNEL ACCESS UNI ASR ORDER MATRIXJOB AID 4ERS PREMIER AND ERS TUNNEL ACCESS UNI ASR EXHIBITSASR EXHIBIT # 1INSTALL 10 GBPS TLS ERS PREMIER UNI LAG – TAGGED LINK AGGREGATIONASR EXHIBIT # 2AUPGRADE FROM 10 MBPS ERS PREMIER UNI TAGGED - DISCONNECT ASR [AOD RPON]ASR EXHIBIT # 2BUPGRADE TO 100 MBPS ERS PREMIER UNI TAGGED - INSTALL ASR [AOD RPON]ASR EXHIBIT # 3ASR ACTIVITY OF N - INSTALL 100M ERS TUNNEL ACCESS MICROSITE UNIADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND ASR EXHIBITS – SUBSEQUENT ACTIVITYASR EXHIBIT # 4ASR ACTIVITY OF C – CHANGE UNI FROM NON-CORRIDOR TO CORRIDOR ELIGIBLEASR EXHIBIT # 5ASR ACTIVITY OF C – CHANGE TO ADD IP AND SUBNET MASK ADDRESSESASR EXHIBIT # 6ASR ACTIVITY OF C – CHANGE SES/TLS UNI FRAME FORMAT FROM UNTAGGED TO TAGGEDASR EXHIBIT #7ASR ACTIVITY OF C – CHANGE UNI FROM ERS TUNNEL ACCESS TO ERS PREMIER TAGGEDASR EXHIBIT #8ASR ACTIVITY OF M - UNI RE-ARRANGEMENT – INSIDE MOVEJOB AID 5EVC POINT TO POINT ASR ORDER MATRIX – UNI/EVC COMBINATION ASRJOB AID 6EVC ACTIVITY TABLE - UNI/EVC COMBINATION ASRJOB AID 7EVC LEVELS OF SERVICE AND BANDWIDTH COMBINATIONS - UNI/EVC COMBINATION ASREMS UNI SECTIONSERVICE ELIGIBILITYJOB AID 8EMS/EMS-RT UNI - ASR REQUIREMENTS [FIRM]JOB AID 9EMS/EMS-RT UNI ASR ORDER MATRIXJOB AID 10EMS/EMS-RT UNI ASR EXHIBITSASR EXHIBIT #1INSTALL 10 MBPS TLS EMS UNI ELECTRICAL HANDOFFADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND ASR EXHIBITS – SUBSEQUENT ACTIVITYASR EXHIBIT #2ASR ACTIVITY OF C – CHANGE UNI FROM EMS TO EMS-RTASR EXHIBIT #3ASR ACTIVITY OF C – CHANGE EMS UNI TLSMID - CHANGE TLSMID TO OTHER EXISTING TLSMIDERS STANDARD UNI SERVICESERVICE ELIGIBILITYJOB AID 11V1 868707070707273737575777778

Page 4SES/TLS UNI Ordering Guide –Verizon Global WholesaleERS STANDARD UNI - ASR REQUIREMENTS [FIRM]JOB AID 12ERS STANDARD UNI ASR ORDER MATRIXJOB AID 13ERS STANDARD UNI ASR EXHIBITSASR EXHIBIT #1INSTALL 10 MBPS UNI – TAGGED ELECTRICAL HANDOFFASR EXHIBIT #2INSTALL 1 GBPS UNI – UNTAGGED OPTICAL HANDOFF, PROTECTED DIVERSE, CORRIDORADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND ASR EXHIBITS – SUBSEQUENT ACTIVITYASR EXHIBIT #3ASR ACTIVITY OF C – CHANGE UNI FROM NON-CORRIDOR TO CORRIDOR ELIGIBLEASR EXHIBIT #4ASR ACTIVITY OF C – CHANGE SES/TLS UNI FRAME FORMAT FROM UNTAGGED TO TAGGEDJOB AID 14EVC POINT TO POINT ASR ORDER MATRIX - UNI/EVC COMBINATION ASRJOB AID 15EVC ACTIVITY TABLE - UNI/EVC COMBINATION ASRJOB AID 16EVC LEVELS OF SERVICE AND BANDWIDTH COMBINATIONS - UNI/EVC COMBINATION ASRV1 5105106106

Page 5SES/TLS UNI Ordering Guide –Verizon Global WholesaleSES/TLS UNI PRODUCT DIAGRAMSBelow are basic product diagrams for the SES/TLS UNI Service configurations.SES/TLS UNI – Switched Ethernet Service/Transparent LAN Service User to Network InterfaceSES/TLS UNI – 10/100 MbpsIn the above figure, the NID connects to the switch via a layer 1 network that uses a layer 1 Dedicated Fiber Pair orGigabit Passive Optical Network connection to the customer building. A single native Ethernet Interface connects theNID with the customer building, in this case with an electrical interface. Similarly, a single native Ethernet Interfaceconnects the switch port in the switch CO.SES/TLS UNI – Switched Ethernet Service/Transparent LAN Service User to Network InterfaceOptical TransportSES/TLS UNI - Protected Non-Diverse SONET Transport AccessIn the above figure, the NID connects to the switch via a layer 1 network that uses a layer 1 Next Generation SONETmultiplexer in the customer building. A single native Ethernet Interface connects the NID with the layer 1 multiplexerin the customer building, typically using single mode fiber. Similarly, a single native Ethernet Interface connects theswitch port with the layer 1 multiplexer in the switch CO [Central Office]. The NGSONET multiplexers connecttogether via two fiber pairs that are non-diversely routed [single path].SES/TLS UNI - Protected Diverse SONET Transport AccessCustomer BuildingServing SWCLocal LoopSwitch COVerizon TLSNetworkTransportDiverse Fiber TransportV1 10.17.2014

Page 6SES/TLS UNI Ordering Guide –Verizon Global WholesaleIn the above figure, the NID connects to the switch via a layer 1 network that uses a layer 1 NGSONET multiplexer inthe customer building. A single native Ethernet interface connects the NID with the layer 1 multiplexer in the customerbuilding, typically using single mode fiber. Similarly, a single native Ethernet Interface connects the switch port withthe layer 1 NGSONET multiplexer in the switch CO [Central Office]. The NGSONET multiplexers connect together viatwo fiber pairs that are diversely routed between the customer and the local serving wire center.SES/TLS UNI – Switched Ethernet Service/Transparent LAN Service User to Network InterfaceERS Tunnel Access [VLAN Stacking/Q in Q]SES/TLS UNI – ERS Tunnel AccessE-NNITwo 1G trunk links in LinkAggregation (LAG) bundleESP PoP100M Tunnel Access LineSES NetworkSwitch/routerSwitch65097609SwitchTunnel EVC-1Customer A,Site 1Ethernet/TransportTransportAll-to-One BundlingIn the above figure, Tunnel EVC-1 provides the ERS Tunnel Access Service to an External Service Provider [ESP].This example shows that a Tunnel Access Line is required at the remote customer site and that all customer VLANsare tunneled across the TLS network using an ‘All-to-One Bundling’ configuration at the Tunnel Access Line switchport. Since the tunnel is handed off to the ESP, the TLS network is completely transparent to the ‘inner’ customerVLANs. The ESP needs sophisticated equipment at their POP to process the tunnel and the customer VLANs inside.SES/TLS UNI – Switched Ethernet Service/Transparent LAN Service User to Network InterfaceERS Premier/ERS Tunnel Access Link Aggregation [LAG]SES/TLS UNI – ERS Premier/ERS Tunnel Access [LAG]POP or EUVerizon COE-NNI or UNIALU 7450Ethernet/TransportSwitch/routerNIDsVerizon TransportIn the above figure, a 2x1G and 2x10G link aggregation [LAG] option for SES/TLS E-NNI & UNI port and accessservices is displayed. This feature/functionality allows for automatic fail-over (in 1 second) in case of unprotectedlink or switch card failure. This option is referred to as ‘Protected LAG’ [a.k.a., ‘LAG Pair’] versus ‘Bundled LAG’. Thisscenario is where the Protected LAG pair consists of a Primary [active] circuit and a Secondary [standby] circuit.The SES/TLS ports reside on the same switch with different cards and the customer is provided with a CanogaPerkins 9145E NID for each of the connections. Both LAG NIDs are connected together at the customer site via aCat5E cable.V1 10.17.2014

Page 7SES/TLS UNI Ordering Guide –Verizon Global WholesaleSES/TLS UNI SERVICE TYPESEthernet SES/TLS UNI service offers wholesale customers the choice of two different service types for their domain.Ethernet Relay Service [ERS] and Ethernet Multipoint Service [EMS]. ERS provides point-to-point connectivity among the customer access lines within a domain.ERS UNIs are available in two service types, ERS Premier and ERS Standard.ERS Premier UNI service is also available as ERS Tunnel Access [Q in Q]ERS UNIs require an EVC [Ethernet Virtual Connection] for point to point functionality.ERS UNIs are available in either Tagged or Untagged Frame Format.EMS provides multipoint-to-multipoint connectivity among the customer access lines within a domain.FRAME FORMATTINGERS PREMIER AND ERS STANDARD UNI SERVICESERS Premier and ERS Standard UNI circuits require frame formatting, ordered either as Tagged or as Untagged. If a customer orders Tagged Framed Format, based on that, Verizon knows where to send the data. An Untagged Frame Format UNI port [preconfigured to receive untagged data] inserts the tagged data, anddetermines the destination. Customers must provide whether their Ethernet frames are tagged or untagged when the UNI service isordered.This frame labeling determines whether multiple types of EVCs and/or multiple Levels of Service on an EVCare permitted on a given UNI circuit.NOTE: ERS Tunnel Access UNI Service is only available with Tagged Frame format.FRAME FORMATTINGEMS UNI SERVICESEMS UNI circuits do not have frame formatting, as EMS services are multi-point to multi-point connections and do notutilize EVCs for circuit interconnection.V1 10.17.2014

Page 8SES/TLS UNI Ordering Guide –Verizon Global WholesaleSERVICE INTERVALSFIRM ORDER CONFIRMATION AND SERVICE INTERVALS – ERS PREMIER, ERS STANDARD, EMS, EMS-RTSES/TLS UNI Service requests are eligible to be ordered as an expedited request [EXP field Y] with the followingexceptions.ERS Premier/ERS Tunnel Access Stand Alone 10G UNI Service [EXP BLANK].ERS Premier/ERS Tunnel Access 1G and 10G UNI LAG Service [EXP BLANK].ALL FOC AND SERVICE INTERVALS ARE BUSINESS DAYS, NOT CALENDAR DAYSSES/TLS UNI INQUIRY TO FIRM – NEW ACTIVITYBelow are the FOC Intervals for UNI Inquiry to Firm ASRsNOTE 1: There are no Standard Service Intervals for an Inquiry ASR; the Inquiry ASR process is to determineservice availability at a specific customer location only.Service TypeASR ActivityFOCServiceConditionsIntervalIntervalERS Premier UNIN New10 daysN/AFacilities YESERS Tunnel Access UNIN New10 daysN/AFacilities YESEMS/EMS-RT UNIN New10 daysN/AFacilities YESERS Standard UNIN New10 daysN/AFacilities YESERS Premier UNIN New16 daysN/AFacilities NO [1] Major or Minor buildERS Tunnel Access UNIN New16 daysN/AFacilities NO [1] Major or Minor buildEMS/EMS-RT UNIN New16 daysN/AFacilities NO [1] Major or Minor buildERS Standard UNIN New16 daysN/AFacilities NO [1] Major or Minor build[1] Facilities NOThere is no Standard Service Interval for an Inquiry ASR when facilities NService availability is determined by Major or Minor Build conditions. If the customer requests a price quotefor any construction or costs in relation to the Inquiry, an informational C/NR is sent to the customer from theprovisioning system indicating a MAJOR or a MINOR build for facilities NEXCEPTIONS: SES/TLS UNI services are eligible for ordering under the Inquiry to Firm process with the exception ofthe following, which can only be ordered as Direct to Firm:ERS UNI over SONET Optical TransportERS UNI/EVC Combination ASRERS UNI LAG – Link AggregationSES/TLS UNI FIRM FROM INQUIRY AND DIRECT TO FIRM – NEW ACTIVITYBelow are the FOC and Standard Service Intervals for Firm from Inquiry and Direct to Firm ASRs.Service lIntervalMinimumIntervalERS Premier UNIN New11 days16 days14 daysFacilities YESERS Tunnel Access UNIN New11 days16 days14 daysFacilities YESEMS/EMS-RT UNIN New11 days16 days14 days [1]Facilities YESERS Standard UNIN New11 days16 days14 days [1]Facilities YESERS Premier UNIN New16 days63 daysN/AFacilities NO Major build [2]ERS Tunnel Access UNIN New16 days63 daysN/AFacilities NO Major build [2]EMS/EMS-RT UNIN New16 days63 daysN/AFacilities NO Major build [2]ERS Standard UNIN New16 days63 daysN/AFacilities NO Major build [2]ERS Premier UNIN New16 days37 daysN/AFacilities NO Minor build [2]ERS Tunnel Access UNIN New16 days37 daysN/AFacilities NO Minor build [2]EMS/EMS-RT UNIN New16 days37 daysN/AFacilities NO Minor build [2]ERS Standard UNIN New16 days37 daysN/AFacilities NO Minor build [2][1] ERS Premier UNI/ERS Tunnel Access UNIMinimum Service Intervals [Expedite Y] are not permitted forERS Premier or ERS Tunnel Access Stand Alone 10G UNI [EXP BLANK].ERS Premier or ERS Tunnel Access 1G and 10G UNI LAG services [EXP BLANK].V1 10.17.2014

Page 9SES/TLS UNI Ordering Guide –Verizon Global Wholesale[2] Standard Service Interval when facilities N is determined by Major or Minor Build conditionsAn informational C/NR is sent to the customer indicating a MAJOR or a MINOR build when facilities NMAJOR BUILDInformational C/NR Includes SES/TLS Verizon Switch and message: FACILITIES ARE NOT AVAILABLE.MAJOR BUILD. CONFIRMATION TO FOLLOW.Standard Service Interval 63 business daysMINOR BUILDInformational C/NR Includes SES/TLS Verizon Switch and message: FACILITIES ARE NOT AVAILABLE.MINOR BUILD. CONFIRMATION TO FOLLOW.Standard Service Interval 37 business daysAdditional descriptions for facilities N for MAJOR or MINOR Build is Noted below:MAJOR BUILDMINOR BUILDRequires equipment and/or facilities to provide ordered service [e.g.,nothing exists, adding fiber, fiber terminal equipment, and power].Infrastructure is in place, but engineering work orders are issued for minorbuild such as supporting equipment, cards for equipment and/or cablingwork to provide ordered service. [e.g., Adding a shelf, LGX panel,reconfigure existing drops].UNI services eligible for ordering under the Direct to Firm process are listed below:ERS Service Types [Standard, Premier, and Tunnel Access]ERS UNI over SONET Optical TransportERS UNI/EVC Combination ASRERS Micro Site [ERS Premier and ERS Tunnel Access – End User Request Types only]ERS 1G and 10G UNI Link Aggregation [ERS Premier and ERS Tunnel Access]EMS/EMS-RT Service TypeSES/TLS UNI DIRECT TO FIRM – CHANGE ACTIVITYBelow are the FOC and Standard Service Intervals for Direct to Firm ASRsService TypeASRFOCService ExpediteConditionsActivityIntervalInterval MinimumIntervalERS Premier UNIC change3 days5 daysN/AUNI is complete: qualifies for ACT C [1]ERS Tunnel Access UNI C change3 days5 daysN/AUNI is complete: qualifies for ACT C [1]EMS/EMS-RT UNIC change3 days5 daysN/AUNI is complete: qualifies for ACT C [1]ERS Standard UNIC change 3 days5 daysN/AUNI is complete: qualifies for ACT C [1][1] UNI is complete: qualifies for ACT C - the following changes are not permitted on an ASR ACT of CERS UNI/EVC Combination ASR*EMS and ERS UNI Change requests from Optical to Electrical Hand off [and the reverse]*EMS and ERS UNI Change requests from Optical Single Mode Fiber to Optical Multi Mode Fiber [and thereverse]EMS and ERS UNI Port Speed ChangesEMS and ERS UNI Rearrangement - Inside Move [ED Request Types only]ERS UNI 1G and 10G LAG Services [at the present time]*NOTE 1: These change requests are not automated under ASR ACT of C and must be submitted under the Addover Disconnect Related PON process [AOD RPON related D and N ACT ASRs] requiring manual intervention.SES/TLS UNI DIRECT TO FIRM – D AND N ACTIVITY [ADD OVER DISCONNECT- RPON]Below are the FOC and Standard Service Intervals for Direct to Firm ASRsService TypeASR Activity mIntervalERS Premier UNID and N AOD 3 days6 days [1]N/AUNI qualifies for AOD RPON [2]ERS Tunnel Access UNI D and N AOD 3 days6 days [1]N/AUNI qualifies for AOD RPON [2]EMS/EMS-RT UNID and N AOD 3 days6 days [1]N/AUNI qualifies for AOD RPON [2]ERS Standard UNID and N AOD 3 days6 days [1]N/AUNI qualifies for AOD RPON [2][1] Service Intervals for Disconnect and New [AOD RPON] ActivityV1 10.17.2014

Page 10SES/TLS UNI Ordering Guide –Verizon Global WholesaleService Interval 6 Business Days [when facility reuse is confirmed]Service Interval Greater than 6 business days [when facility reuse is not feasible][2] UNI qualifies for AOD RPON - the following service requests are not permitted on ASR ACT of D and ASR ACT ofN[AOD RPON]ERS UNI/EVC Combination ASREMS and ERS UNI Change requests cared for under CHANGE ACTIVITYEMS and ERS Rearrangement - Inside Move requests cared for under MOVE ACTIVITYERS UNI 1G and 10G LAG ServicesSES/TLS UNI DIRECT TO FIRM – RECORD ACTIVITYBelow are the FOC and Standard Service Intervals for Direct to Firm ASRsService TypeASRFOCService ExpediteConditionsActivityIntervalInterval MinimumIntervalERS Premier UNIR Record1 day2 daysN/AVTA or FUSF changes [1]ERS Tunnel Access UNI R Record1 day2 daysN/AVTA or FUSF changes [1]EMS/EMS-RT UNIR Record1 day2 daysN/AVTA or FUSF changes [1]ERS Standard UNIR Record1 day2 daysN/AVTA or FUSF changes [1][1]1 VTA or FUSF changes - the following service requests are the only two permitted on an ASR ACT of RVTA change [term plan agreement]FUSF change [Federal exemption]SES/TLS UNI DIRECT TO FIRM – DISCONNECT ACTIVITYBelow are the FOC and Standard Service Intervals for Direct to Firm ASRsService TypeASR ActivityFOCService ExpediteConditionsInterval Interval MinimumIntervalERS Premier UNID Disconnect3 days4 daysN/AUNI is completeERS Tunnel Access UNI D Disconnect3 days4 daysN/AUNI is completeEMS/EMS-RT UNID Disconnect3 days4 daysN/AUNI is completeERS Standard UNID Disconnect3 days4 daysN/AUNI is completeSES/TLS UNI DIRECT TO FIRM – MOVE ACTIVITYBelow are the FOC and Standard Service Intervals for Direct to Firm ASRsService TypeASR ActivityFOCService ExpediteInterval Interval MinimumIntervalERS Premier UNIM Inside Move3 days6 daysN/AERS Tunnel Access UNI M Inside Move3 days6 daysN/AEMS/EMS-RT UNIM Inside Move3 days6 daysN/AERS Standard UNIM Inside Move3 days6 daysN/AConditionsUNI qualifies for M ActivityUNI qualifies for M ActivityUNI qualifies for M ActivityUNI qualifies for M Activity[1][1][1][1][1] UNI qualifies for M Activity – the following service types are eligible for ASR ACT M [Rearrangement InsideMove]ERS UNI - ED [End User Request Type]EMS UNI – ED [End User Request Type][1] UNI qualifies for M Activity - the following service requests are not permitted on an ASR ACT of M regardless ifRequest Type is ED [End User]ERS UNI/EVC Combination ASREMS and ERS UNI Change requests for Service Type, Frame Format, Interface, and HandoffEMS and ERS UNI Port Speed ChangesERS UNI 1G and 10G UNI LAG ServicesV1 10.17.2014

Page 11SES/TLS UNI Ordering Guide –Verizon Global WholesaleJOB AID 1ASR REQUIREMENTS – INQUIRY PROCESSSES/TLS UNI TYPES – ERS PREMIER, ERS TUNNEL ACCESS, ERS STANDARD, EMS, EMS- RTBelow are the Product Specific ASR screens and field entries for the SES/TLS UNI Inquiry Process.ASOG fields are required in addition to product specific fields.ASR REQUIREMENTS – INQUIRY PROCESS [Inquiry to Firm Process]NOTE 1: ASR Service Inquiry ASRs require the Request Type: of EA [End User], SA [Network User]ASRSCREEN &FIELDASRCCNASPECREQ TYPEEXPEDAQSABANACTLV1 10.17.2014ENTRYNOTESTHE FOLLOWING FIELDS ARE REQUIRED ON THE ASR FORMCustomer CCNACustomer Carrier Name AbbreviationRequiredService and Product Enhancement CodeValid SPEC Codes are defined under each SES/TLS UNIsection of this document.NOTE: Corridor SPEC Codes are only valid on ASRs withan ICSC of NY01 or NJ90 [LATA 132 or LATA 224].EA, SARequisition Type and StatusSecond character of “A” indicates Inquiry request.EA End UserSA Network UserBLANKExpediteExpedite is not permitted on an Inquiry ASRY or BLANKEarly Date AcceptanceEarlier due date permitted for UNI services.Y Yes for Early Date AcceptanceBLANK No for Early Date AcceptancePopulated when customer will accept an earlier due dateif determined to be available by Verizon.01Quantity Service Address Location InformationE Request Type:Generates address location page for End User requestsE or POPULATEDBilling Account NumberE ExistingValid BANS:POPULATED Customer BANM17 [Carrier]M18 [Retail]BAN EM59 [Corridor]Indicates an existing customer TLS BAN: Verizon orderingM58 [SBC]system searches the wholesale billing system for anM95 [Collocation]existing customer BAN in the appropriate LATAassociated to the UNI. If an existing BAN is found, it ispopulated in the BAN field.POPULATED BAN:Indicates a customer specific TLS BAN: Verizon orderingsystem validates the populated BAN in the wholesalebilling system. If the validation errors, the ordering systemretrieves an existing BAN from the billing systemassociated to the UNI, replaces the customer enteredBAN with the valid BAN found in billing, and sends aninformational C/NR to the customer; otherwise, thepopulated BAN is retained on the ASR.Valid BANS:The BAN Identifiers are unique to the SES/TLS Services.The Area Code, the Billing Account Number, and theCustomer Code are configured as with other specialaccess services.CustomerAccess Customer Terminal Location11 character CLLIS Request Type:11 character CLLI code of customer POP location.ACTL cannot be uiredN-ProhibitedN-OptionalN-Requiredfor EA ReqTypeN-RequiredN-Requiredfor SA ReqType

Page 12SES/TLS UNI Ordering Guide –Verizon Global WholesaleASRSCREEN &FIELDQTYCKRPIUSEIRMKSASR YTYPEN – RequiredQuantityValid values01 Stand-alone UNI.Customer Circuit IdentifierCustomer Circuit ReferenceN-OptionalCustomer internal identifier for the circuit ID in thecustomer network100Percentage of Interstate UsageN-RequiredValid value100YSwitched Ethernet IndicatorN-RequiredValid value YSEI Indicator is required for all SES/TLS UNI l information from customer.THE FOLLOWING FIELDS ARE REQUIRED IN THE ADM SECTION OF THE ASR FORMCustomer ACNA.Access Customer Name AbbreviationN-RequiredCustomer ACNA.FB Contract IDPromotion NumberN-RequiredPromotion NumberCustomer private carriage term plan agreementExample: FB1234567THE FOLLOWING FIELDS ARE REQUIRED ON THE SWITCHED ETHERNET SERVICE FORMNetwork ChannelNetwork Channel CodeN-RequiredSee associated ASR Order Matrix for each UNI servicetype and speed to determine the applicable NC Code.Network Channel Interface Network Channel Interface CodeN-RequiredSee associated ASR Order Matrix for each UNI servicetype and speed to determine the applicable NCI Code.Secondary NetworkSecondary Network Channel Interface CodeN-RequiredChannel InterfaceSee associated ASR Order Matrix for each UNI servicetype and speed to determine the applicable SECNCICode.BLANK or CLLIEthernet Service PointN-OptionalValid valuesBLANK No preferred SwitchCLLI Customer preferred TLS SwitchBLANK: Verizon to assignCLLI [11 characters]: Customer preferred TLS Switch.NOTE 1: There is no “C” populated prior to the CLLI forthe ESP field. Eleven characters only.RMKSSALIAFTV1 10.17.2014NOTE: This field replaces the SECLOC field previouslyavailable on the End User and Transport ASR forms forTLS Switch CLLI entryOptionalRemarksN-OptionalAdditional information from customer.THE FOLLOWING FIELDS ARE REQUIRED ON THE SERVICE ADDRESS FORM [END USER ONLY]EAddress Format TypeN-OptionalIdentifies the format of the address being supplied.Value E OptionalE remote location with assigned CLLI.AFT field value of E is permitted when the SASN field onthe SALI Form is NOT populated

Page 13SES/TLS UNI Ordering Guide –Verizon Global WholesaleASRSCREEN &FIELDLDENTRYNOTESFields include LD1, LD2,LD3LVFields include LV1, LV2,LV3AAIExample: See guard foraccessDLocation DesignatorIdentifies additional specific information related to theservice address [e.g. building, floor, room].LD values are sub locations to the physical premiseaddress.Location ValueIdentifies the value associated with the location designatorof the service address [e.g. rear, 12, data].LV values are consistent with the LD entries for the sublocation of the physical premise addressNOTE 1: LV field population required when associated LDfield is populatedAdditional Address InformationDescriptive text relative to the service addressJack StatusValid value DD is the only valid entry for SES/TLS UNI servicesLocal Contact Electronic Mail AddressEmail address of Local Contact.Optional when LCON field is populated.Additional Alternate Local Contact Telephone NumberAlternate telephone number associated with the alternatelocal contact.Optional when the ALCON field is populated.Alternate Local Contact Electronic Mail AddressEmail address of Alternate Local Contact.Optional when ALCON field is populated.JSLCON V1 ionalN-RequiredN-OptionalN-OptionalN-Optional

Page 14SES/TLS UNI Ordering Guide –Verizon Global WholesaleERS PREMIER AND ERS TUNNEL ACCESS UNI SECTIONThis portion of the Ordering Guide is exclusive to the ERS Premier and ERS Tunnel Access UNI Service Types.The service attributes applicable to the ERS Premier and ERS Tunnel Access Service Types are listed below in theSERVICE ELIGIBILITY Section.ETHERNET RELAY SERVICEERS PREMIER AND ERS TUNNEL ACCESS UNIERS [Ethernet Relay Service]ERS provides point-to-point circuit connectivity between a customer’s access lines within the same customer domainor Management VLAN user group. ERS Premier and ERS Tunnel Access UNIs provide two types of UNI attributesand various levels of service transmissions via an EVC [Ethernet Virtual Circuit].ERS Premier UNI services are available in two service classes – ERS Premier and ERS Tunnel Access.ERS Premier UNIs are available in speeds of 10M, 100M, 1G, and 10G.ERS Tunnel Access UNIs are available in speeds of 10M, 100M, 1G and 10G.SERVICE ELIGIBILTYERS Premier & ERS Tunnel Access UNIs are eligible for: Point to Point EVC connections EVPLAN EVC connections [ERS Premier Tagged Only – N/A to ERS Tunnel Access] Inquiry to Firm or Direct to Firm Micro Site Service Protected [Diverse or Non-Diverse] on a Firm ASR Northern Corridor UNIs [East Only]. Recommended or Preferred TLS Switch on a Firm ASR EVC connections to ERS Premier UNI, ERS Tunnel Access UNI, or ENNI circuits in the same customerdomain and LATA UNI/EVC Combination ASR on a Firm ASR PING the NID on a Firm ASR Optical Interface [Single Mode or Multi Mode handoff for all Port Speeds except 10M] TSP [Telecommunications Service Priority] on a Firm ASR Port Speed Changes Inside Moves [Request Type of ED only under specific conditions]Existing EVCs are automatically reconnected to the UNI for Inside Moves Expedite requests [EXP field Y] where permitted UNI LAG Services [Link Aggregation] for 1G and 10G Port speeds.LAG Services require a Custom BID Case # [populated in the CNO ASR field]NOTE 1: ERS Tunnel Access UNI service type is eligible for ONE Point to Point EVC.NOTE 2: ERS Tunnel Access EVC cannot be connected to another ERS Tunnel Access UNI.V1 10.17.2014

Page 15SES/TLS UNI Ordering Guide –Verizon Global WholesaleJOB AID 2ERS PREMIER AND ERS TUNNEL ACCESS UNI ASR REQUIREMENTS [FIRM]Below are the applicable screens for the ERS Premier and ERS Tunnel Access UNI for Firm from Inquiry or DirectFirm ASRs for the E and S request types.ASOG fields and BAU fields are required in addition to the TLS ERS UNI product specific fields.Note 1: ASR Requirements for the UNI/EVC Combination ASR include the screens and fields below and theadditional EVC screens and fields following the UNI ASR requirements.ASRSCREEN &FIELDASRCCNAENTRYSPECERS PremierTLSERPTLSERCTLSERMTLSERCMTLSMLPCTHE FOLLOWING FIELDS ARE REQUIRED ON THE ASR FORMCustomer CCNACustomer Carrier Name AbbreviationERS Tunnel ecommunicationsService Priority IDREQ TYPEEC, EDSC, SDV1 10.17.2014NOTESService and Product Enhancement CodeERS PremierTLSERP ERS PremierTLSERC ERS Premier Corridor Service.TLSERM ERS Premier Micro SiteTLSERCM ERS Premier Micro Site Corridor ServiceTLSMLGP ERS Premier LAGTLSMLPC ERS Premier LAG Corridor edM-RequiredD-N/AERS Tunnel AccessERSPT ERS Tunnel AccessERSPTC ERS Tunnel Access Corridor Service.ERSTAM ERS Tunnel Access Micro SiteERSTACM ERS Tunnel

SES/TLS UNI – Switched Ethernet Service/Transparent LAN Service User to Network Interface SES/TLS UNI – 10/100 Mbps In the above figure, the NID connects to the switch via a la