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Archived System CR SCR050103-02 Detail

 
Title: Provide zone information for MT and WY
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SCR050103-02 Withdrawn
9/18/2003
-   15/ UNE-P
Originator: Balvin, Liz
Originator Company Name: MCI
Owner: Winston, Connie
Director:
CR PM: Stecklein, Lynn
Description Of Change
Currently, Qwest PREMIS database is the only source to determine end user zones for the states of MT and WY and CLECs are required to perform preorder address validation queries. Qwest provides zone information for all other states via Geographic Deaveraged Zone Tables on the “MSA & Geographic Zone Data for Pricing, Density, and Maintenance and Repair Intervals” web site. These tables enable CLECs to determine pricing that Qwest will impose. Per Qwest, there are four zones for each state (MT and WY)…base, zone 1, zone 2, zone 3. MCI requests that Qwest provide the zone information stored in PREMIS and make available to CLECs for the states of MT and WY such that pricing can be determined.

Expected Deliverables/Proposed Implementation Date (if applicable):

That Qwest add zone tables for MT and WY.

Status History

Date Action Description
5/1/2003 CR Submitted  
5/5/2003 CR Acknowledged  
5/5/2003 CLEC Requested Info Requested availbility for Clarification Call 
5/7/2003 CR Posted to Web  
5/9/2003 Clarification Meeting Held  
5/22/2003 Discussed at Monthly CMP Meeting  
9/18/2003 Discussed at Monthly CMP Meeting Discussed at the SeptemberSystems CMP Monthly Meeting; please see September Systems CMP Distribution Package - Attachment G 

Project Meetings

9/18/03 CMP Systems Meeting Liz Balvin/MCI stated that she wants to change the CR. Liz stated that she originally wanted a data dump of Premis that is available on a URL. Liz said that the data is not user friendly to load into a database and is now requesting a clean up of the data. Liz also stated that she has an additional request that Qwest populate the 4 digits at the end of the zip code. Liz said that this field would create a unique identifier. Lynn Notarianni/Qwest stated that is sounded like MCI has specific information in mind. She asked that MCI please include that information in the description of the change request. Connie Winston/Qwest stated that she understands MCI’s request to have the data more readable and that may be doable. The other request may be more difficult and may need additional research. Connie stated that since the request has changed from the original CR, a new CR should be issued clearly documenting what MCI is requesting. Liz Balvin/MCI stated that she would issue a new CR and withdraw this CR. Lynn Notarianni/Qwest said that she agreed that the issuance of a new CR would be cleaner.

8/21/03 CMP Systems Meeting Connie Winston/Qwest asked Liz Balvin/MCI is she was interested in withdrawing the CR on Rate zones for MT and WY. Liz Balvin/MCI stated that she received an email from Laurel Nolan/Qwest and that she thought it would be a good idea to place the information that was provided by Qwest onto the web site. Laurel Nolan/Qwest stated that it was available under the OSS Interface information, but that it was not on the rate zone information page. She continued that there was no systems work that needed to be done. Liz Balvin/MCI stated that it could be placed into pending withdraw and that MCI will look to close next month.

Email from Dan Busetti to Liz Balvin Wednesday, June 25, 2003

Subject: Re: SCR050103-02 Rate Zones WY Date: Wed, 25 Jun 2003 15:27:17 -0600 From: Dan Busetti Organization: Qwest Information Technologies To: liz.balvin@mci.com CC: "'Laurel Nolan'" , "Tom Priday (E-mail)" References: 1

Liz, Here is a similar answer I received for Wyoming:

For Wyoming, each exchange has 4 different rate zones: Inside Base Rate Area, Zone 1, Zone 2, and Zone 3. The three "Zones" are the geographically deaveraged priced areas which lie outside of the base rate area. So, in reality, we have 4 rate zones; base rate area and 3 rural zones. The SAG will show the rate zones under the column "RateZ". The first two characters under the column, 01, 02, or 03 represent the rate for the Base Rate Area. U1 or L1 is for the rate for Zone 1; U2 or L2 is for the rate for Zone 2; and U3 is for the rate for Zone 3. The base rate area designations 01, 02, 03 are a hold over from a time when there were three different rates for customers within the base rate area of different size exchanges (we used to call them rate groups); however, there is currently a single rate for customers living inside the base rate area, regardless of the size of the exchange. Therefore, 01, 02, or 03 are all the same rate for customers inside the base rate area.

Elizabeth Balvin wrote:

Laurel,

I missed the note from Dan. I'll review and let you know if we need anything further.

Thanks,

Liz Balvin MCI Carrier Management - Qwest Internal Line - V625-7305 External Line - 303-217-7305 Pager (888) 900-7221

Email from Dan Busetti to Liz Balvin Friday, June 20, 2003

Subject: Montana Exchange and Network Services Tariff and Price List Date: Fri, 20 Jun 2003 08:35:43 -0600 From: Dan Busetti Organization: Qwest Information Technologies To: Elizabeth Balvin CC: Laurel Nolan

Liz, See section 5.1.6. It lists what you are seeing in SAGA. This info is on Qwest.com. Tariffs State(pick one) Exchange and Network Services Tariff price list

http://tariffs.uswest.com:8000/docs/TARIFFS/Montana/MTET/

For Wyoming, it is Section 5.1. regards, Dan

Montana Exchange and Network Services Tariff and Price List

1. APPLICATION AND REFERENCE 1.1 APPLICATION OF TARIFF 1.2 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. APPLICATION AND REFERENCE 1.3 SUBJECT INDEX 1.4 TARIFF FORMAT 1.4.1 LOCATION OF MATERIAL 1.4.2 OUTLINE STRUCTURE 1.4.3 RATE TABLES 1.4.4 USOC COLUMN 1.5 EXPLANATION OF CHANGE SYMBOLS 1.6 EXPLANATION OF ABBREVIATIONS 1.7 TRADEMARKS, SERVICE MARKS AND TRADE NAMES 2. GENERAL REGULATIONS-CONDITIONS OF OFFERING 2.1 DEFINITION OF TERMS 2.2 ESTABLISHING AND FURNISHING SERVICE 2.2.1 APPLICATION FOR SERVICE 2. GENERAL REGULATIONS-CONDITIONS OF OFFERING 2.2 ESTABLISHING AND FURNISHING SERVICE 2.2.1 APPLICATION FOR SERVICE (Cont'd) 2.2.2 OBLIGATION TO FURNISH SERVICE 2.2.3 60 DAY PRODUCT GUARANTEE 2.2.4 LIMITED COMMUNICATION 2.2.5 RESALE OF SERVICE 2.2.7 ASSIGNING AND CHANGING OF TELEPHONE NUMBERS 2.2.8 OWNERSHIP OF DIRECTORIES 2.2.9 TERMINATION OF SERVICE-COMPANY INITIATED 2. GENERAL REGULATIONS-CONDITIONS OF OFFERINGS 2.2.10 TEMPORARY SUSPENSION OF SERVICE-CUSTOMER INITIATED 2.2.11 SPECIAL SERVICES 2.2.14 TERMINATION OF SERVICE 2.3 PAYMENT FOR SERVICE 2.3.1 CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITY 2.3.2 PAYMENT OF BILLS 2. GENERAL REGULATIONS-CONDITIONS OF OFFERINGS 2.3 PAYMENT FOR SERVICE 2.3.2 PAYMENT OF BILLS (Cont'd) 2.3.3 ADVANCE PAYMENTS AND DEPOSITS 2.3.4 ADJUSTMENT OF CHARGES 2.3.5 PAYMENT PLANS 2.4 LIABILITY OF THE COMPANY 2.4.1 SERVICE LIABILITIES 2.4.2 MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR 2.4.4 DIRECTORY ERRORS OR OMISSIONS 2.4.5 HAZARDOUS OR INACCESSIBLE LOCATIONS 2.5 RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE CUSTOMER 2.5.1 LOST OR DAMAGED EQUIPMENT 2.5.2 BUILDING SPACE AND ELECTRIC POWER SUPPLY 2.5.3 USE OF TELEPHONE ALARM REPORTING DEVICES 2.6 SPECIAL TAXES, FEES, CHARGES 2.8 CABLE, WIRE AND SERVICE TERMINATION POLICY 2.15 OBSOLETE SERVICES 2.17 SERVICES FOR STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT 3. SERVICE CHARGES 3.1 MISCELLANEOUS NONRECURRING CHARGES 3.1.1 NONRECURRING CHARGES 3.1.2 NETWORK PREMISES WORK CHARGES 3.1.7 DUAL SERVICE 3.1.8 EXPRESS SERVICE 3.1.9 EXPRESS CHANGE CHARGES 4. CONSTRUCTION CHARGES AND OTHER SPECIAL CHARGES 4.1 GENERAL 4.2 CONSTRUCTION ON PUBLIC HIGHWAYS OR OTHER EASEMENTS 4.2.1 ZONE CONNECTION CHARGES 4.4 UNUSUAL INSTALLATIONS 4.4.1 EXTENSIONS FOR NEW REAL ESTATE ADDITIONS 4.5 SPECIAL SERVICE ARRANGEMENTS 4.5.1 SPECIAL ASSEMBLIES, FACILITIES AND FINISHES OF EQUIPMENT 4.6 OTHER CONSTRUCTION OR CONDITIONS 5. EXCHANGE SERVICES 5.1 EXCHANGE AREAS 5.1.1 LIST OF EXCHANGE AREAS AND LOCAL CALLING AREAS 5.1.2 EXCHANGE AREA RATE GROUPS 5.1.3 LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE OPTIONS OFFERED IN AN EXCHANGE AREA 5.1.4 FOREIGN EXCHANGE (FX) SERVICE 5. EXCHANGE SERVICES 5.1 EXCHANGE AREAS 5.1.4 FOREIGN EXCHANGE (FX) SERVICE 5.1.6 LOCAL SERVICE INCREMENTS 5.1.7 MAPS 5.2 LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE 5.2.1 MEASURED RATE SERVICE 5.2.2 MESSAGE RATE SERVICE 5.2.4 FLAT RATE SERVICE 5.2.5 LOCAL SERVICE OPTIONS 5. EXCHANGE SERVICES 5.2 LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE 5.2.5 LOCAL SERVICE OPTIONS 5.2.6 TELEPHONE ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS 5.2.10 TENANT SOLUTIONS 5.3 PRIVATE BRANCH EXCHANGE (PBX) TRUNKS AND NETWORK ACCESS REGISTERS 5.3.1 MEASURED RATE TRUNKS 5.3.2 MESSAGE RATE TRUNKS 5.3.3 FLAT RATE TRUNKS 5. EXCHANGE SERVICES 5.3 PRIVATE BRANCH EXCHANGE (PBX) TRUNKS AND NETWORK ACCESS REGISTERS 5.3.3 FLAT RATE TRUNKS 5.3.4 DIRECT-INWARD-DIALING (DID) SERVICE 5. EXCHANGE SERVICES 5.3 PRIVATE BRANCH EXCHANGE (PBX) TRUNKS AND NETWORK ACCESS REGISTERS 5.3.4 DIRECT-INWARD-DIALING (DID) SERVICE 5.3.6 NETWORK ACCESS REGISTERS 5.4 PREMIUM EXCHANGE SERVICES 5.4.1 EXTENSION SERVICE 5.4.2 TOUCH-TONE CALLING SERVICE 5.4.3 CUSTOM CALLING SERVICES 5. EXCHANGE SERVICES 5.4 PREMIUM EXCHANGE SERVICES 5.4.3 CUSTOM CALLING SERVICES (Cont'd) 5.4.4 MARKET EXPANSION LINE (MEL) SERVICE 5.4.5 BASIC EXCHANGE ENHANCEMENT 5.4.7 INTRACALL SERVICE 5.4.8 OPEN SWITCH INTERVAL PROTECTION (OSIP) 5.4.9 CALLER IDENTIFICATION-BULK 5.4.10 U S WEST CUSTOM RINGING SERVICE 5. EXCHANGE SERVICES 5.4 PREMIUM EXCHANGE SERVICES 5.4.10 U S WEST CUSTOM RINGING SERVICE 5.4.11 HUNTING SERVICE 5.4.19 NUMBER FORWARDING 5.5 PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS SERVICE-COIN AND COINLESS 5.5.7 PUBLIC ACCESS LINE SERVICE 5.6 JOINT USER AND CONCESSION SERVICE 5.6.2 CONCESSION SERVICE 5.7 DIRECTORY SERVICES 5.7.1 LISTING SERVICES 5. EXCHANGE SERVICES 5.7 DIRECTORY SERVICES 5.7.1 LISTING SERVICES 5.7.2 LOCAL DIRECTORY ASSISTANCE SERVICE 5.7.7 U S WEST CUSTOM NUMBER SERVICES 5.8 OPERATOR SERVICES 5.8.1 LOCAL OPERATOR VERIFICATION/INTERRUPT SERVICE 5.8.4 INTERCEPT SERVICES 5.9 PACKAGED SERVICES 5.9.1 PACKAGES ASSOCIATED WITH BASIC EXCHANGE SERVICE (Cont'd) 5. EXCHANGE SERVICES 5.9 PACKAGED SERVICES 5.9.1 PACKAGES ASSOCIATED WITH BASIC EXCHANGE SERVICE 5.9.2 PACKAGES NOT ASSOCIATED WITH BASIC EXCHANGE SERVICE 5.10 LOCATIONS SERVED BY CUSTOMERS ENGAGED IN RESELLING/SHARING OF COMPANY SERVICES 6. MESSAGE TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICE 6.1 GENERAL 6.1.1 APPLICATION 6.1.2 TERMS AND CONDITIONS 6.2 STANDARD SERVICE OFFERINGS 6.2.1 TWO-POINT MESSAGE TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICE 6. MESSAGE TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICE 6.2 STANDARD SERVICE OFFERINGS 6.2.1 TWO-POINT MESSAGE TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICE 6.2.3 1-800 CALLING SERVICE 6.2.4 DIRECTORY ASSISTANCE SERVICE 6.2.6 COMPLETE-A-CALL 6.2.8 TOLL OPERATOR VERIFICATION/INTERRUPTION SERVICE 6.2.9 SPECIAL HOUR DISCOUNT 6.3 OPTIONAL SERVICE OFFERINGS 6.3.16 ACCOUNT CODE BILLING 6.3.17 GUARANTEED RATE CALLING CONNECTION 6. MESSAGE TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICE 6.3 OPTIONAL SERVICE OFFERINGS 6.3.17 GUARANTEED RATE CALLING CONNECTION 6.3.18 CALLING CONNECTION PLANS 7. WIDE AREA TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICE 7.1 800 SERVICE AND 800 SERVICELINE OPTION 7.1.2 800 SERVICE 7.1.3 800 SERVICELINE OPTION 7.1.4 ANCILLARY WATS SERVICE 8. CONNECTIONS OF PREMISES EQUIPMENT TO EXCHANGE SERVICES 8.1 CONNECTIONS OF TERMINAL EQUIPMENT, MULTILINE TERMINATING SYSTEMS, PROTECTIVE CIRCUITRY AND COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS 8.1.1 GENERAL PROVISIONS 8.1.2 CONNECTIONS OF REGISTERED EQUIPMENT 8.1.3 CONNECTIONS OF GRANDFATHERED TERMINAL EQUIPMENT AND GRANDFATHERED MULTILINE TERMINATING SYSTEMS 8.1.4 ACOUSTIC OR INDUCTIVE CONNECTIONS 8.1.7 CONNECTIONS OF CUSTOMER COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS NOT SUBJECT TO PART 68 OF THE FCC RULES AND REGULATIONS 8. CONNECTIONS OF PREMISES EQUIPMENT TO EXCHANGE SERVICES 8.1 CONNECTIONS OF TERMINAL EQUIPMENT, MULTILINE TERMINATING SYSTEMS, PROTECTIVE CIRCUITRY AND COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS 8.1.7 CONNECTIONS OF CUSTOMER COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS NOT SUBJECT TO PART 68 OF THE FCC RULES AND REGULATIONS 8.1.8 CONNECTIONS OF CUSTOMER TERMINAL EQUIPMENT TO SERVICES SPECIFICALLY EXEMPTED FROM THE FCC'S REGISTRATION PROGRAM 8.1.9 CONNECTIONS OF CERTAIN FACILITIES OF POWER, PIPELINE AND RAILROAD COMPANIES 8.1.10 CONNECTIONS OF CERTAIN FACILITIES OF A DEPARTMENT OR AGENCY OF THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH OF THE U.S. GOVERNMENT 8.1.11 CONNECTIONS OF CERTAIN FACILITIES OF THE U.S. ARMY, NAVY AND AIR FORCE 8.1.12 CONNECTIONS OF SERVICE STATION LINES AND FACILITIES FURNISHED BY THE CUSTOMER WHICH INVOLVE HAZARDOUS OR INACCESSIBLE LOCATIONS 8.1.14 CONNECTIONS OF OTHER CARRIER-PROVIDED COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS 8.1.15 CONNECTIONS OF CUSTOMER TEST EQUIPMENT 9. CENTRAL OFFICE SERVICES 9.1 DIAL SWITCHING SYSTEMS 9.1.7 CUSTOMIZED CALL MANAGEMENT SERVICES/CENTRON I SERVICE 9.1.17 CENTREX 21 SERVICE 9. CENTRAL OFFICE SERVICES 9.1 DIAL SWITCHING SYSTEMS 9.1.17 CENTREX 21 SERVICE 9.1.18 CENTREX PRIME SERVICE 9.2 EMERGENCY REPORTING SERVICE 9.2.1 UNIVERSAL EMERGENCY NUMBER SERVICE-911 9. CENTRAL OFFICE SERVICES 9.2 EMERGENCY REPORTING SERVICE 9.2.1 UNIVERSAL EMERGENCY NUMBER SERVICE-911 9.4 CALL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS 9.4.4 UNIFORM CALL DISTRIBUTION 9. CENTRAL OFFICE SERVICES 9.4 CALL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS 9.4.4 UNIFORM CALL DISTRIBUTION (Cont'd) 9.4.6 NEXTCONNECTS 10. MISCELLANEOUS SERVICE OFFERINGS 10.3 MISCELLANEOUS SWITCHING ARRANGEMENTS 10.3.1 ARRANGEMENTS FOR NIGHT, SUNDAY, AND HOLIDAY SERVICE 10.3.2 MULTIPLE LINE CONTROL ARRANGEMENT 10.4 TOLL RESTRICTION SERVICES 10.4.1 CUSTOMNET SERVICE 10.4.4 TOLL RESTRICTION 10.4.5 PAY PER CALL RESTRICTION 10.4.7 BLOCKING FOR 10XXX1+/10XXX011+ 10.6 PROTECTION SERVICE FOR HIGH VOLTAGE ENVIRONMENTS 10.6.2 EXCHANGE ACCESS LINES AND PRIVATE LINE SERVICES 10.7 CALLER IDENTIFICATION BLOCKING OPTIONS 10.7.1 CALLER IDENTIFICATION BLOCKING-PER CALL 10.7.2 CALLER IDENTIFICATION BLOCKING-PER LINE 10.10 MISCELLANEOUS CENTRAL OFFICE SERVICES 10.10.1 MESSAGE DELIVERY SERVICE 10. MISCELLANEOUS SERVICE OFFERINGS 10.10 MISCELLANEOUS CENTRAL OFFICE SERVICES 10.10.1 MESSAGE DELIVERY SERVICE 10.10.2 MESSAGE WAITING INDICATION 10.10.4 TRAFFIC DATA REPORT SERVICE (TDRS) 10.10.8 DISASTER RECOVERY SERVICES 10. MISCELLANEOUS SERVICE OFFERINGS 10.10 MISCELLANEOUS CENTRAL OFFICE SERVICES 10.10.8 DISASTER RECOVERY SERVICES 10.11 MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 10.11.3 N11 SERVICE 10. MISCELLANEOUS SERVICE OFFERINGS 10.11 MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 10.11.3 N11 SERVICE 10.14 CALL REPORT SERVICES 10.14.1 CALL DATA COLLECTION AND TRANSMISSION SERVICE 10.14.2 TRACKLINE PLUS SERVICE 11. POLE ATTACHMENTS 11.1 APPLICATION 11.2 RATES AND CHARGES 12. OPEN NETWORK ARCHITECTURE SERVICE 12.1 GENERAL 12.1.1 DEFINITIONS 12.1.2 TERMS AND CONDITIONS 12.1.3 COMPATIBILITY 12.2 BASIC SERVING ARRANGEMENTS 12.2.1 VOICE GRADE-LINE-CIRCUIT SWITCHED (CIRCUIT SWITCHED LINE) 12.2.2 VOICE GRADE-TRUNK-CIRCUIT SWITCHED (CIRCUIT SWITCHED TRUNK) 12.2.3 PACKET SWITCHING (X.25) (X.25 PACKET SWITCHED) 12.2.4 PACKET SWITCHING (X.75) (X.75 PACKET SWITCHED) 12.2.5 ANALOG PRIVATE LINE-D.C. CHANNEL SERVICE (DEDICATED METALLIC) 12.2.6 ANALOG PRIVATE LINE-LOW SPEED DATA SERVICE (DEDICATED TELEGRAPH) 12.2.7 ANALOG PRIVATE LINE-VOICE GRADE SERVICE (DEDICATED VOICE GRADE) 12.2.8 ANALOG PRIVATE LINE-AUDIO SERVICE (DEDICATED PROGRAM AUDIO) 12.2.9 ANALOG PRIVATE LINE-VIDEO SERVICE (DEDICATED VIDEO) 12.2.10 DIGITAL DATA SERVICE (DEDICATED DIGITAL ˆ 64 KBPS) 12. OPEN NETWORK ARCHITECTURE SERVICE 12.2 BASIC SERVING ARRANGEMENTS (Cont'd) 12.2.11 DS1 SERVICE (DEDICATED HIGH CAPACITY DIGITAL 1.544 MBPS) 12.2.12 DS3 SERVICE (DEDICATED HIGH CAPACITY DIGITAL ‰ 1.544 MBPS) 12.2.13 ANALOG PRIVATE LINE SERVICE (DEDICATED NETWORK ACCESS LINK) 12.2.14 FRAME RELAY SERVICE 12.3 BASIC SERVICE ELEMENTS 12.3.1 MESSAGE DELIVERY SERVICE (MESSAGE DESK-SMDI) 12.3.2 HUNTING (MULTILINE HUNT GROUP) 12.3.3 MAKE BUSY (MAKE BUSY KEY) 12.3.4 COMMAND A LINK (NETWORK RECONFIGURATION) 12.3.5 AUTOMATIC LOOP TRANSFER (AUTOMATIC PROTECTION SWITCHING) 12.3.6 CLOSED USER GROUP (PACKET) (SAME) 12.3.7 FAST SELECT ACCEPTANCE (PACKET) (SAME) 12.3.8 MULTIPLE PORT HUNT GROUPS (PACKET) (HUNT GROUPS-PACKET) 12.3.9 BACKUP/REDIRECTION (PACKET) (CALL REDIRECTION-PACKET) 12.3.10 CALLED NUMBER IDENTIFICATION SERVICE (CNIS) (N/A) 12.3.11 MARKET EXPANSION LINE (N/A) 12.3.12 PRIVATE LINE CONDITIONING (CONDITIONING) 12.3.13 BRIDGING (SAME) 12.3.14 SECONDARY CHANNEL (SECONDARY CHANNEL CAPABILITY) 12.3.15 NETWORK MONITORING (AUTOMATIC CIRCUIT AND TRUNK MONITORING SERVICE) 12.3.16 AUTOMATIC NUMBER IDENTIFICATION (FGD) (CALLING BILLING NUMBER DELIVERY FGD PROTOCOL) 12.3.17 AUTOMATIC NUMBER IDENTIFICATION (FGB) (CALLING BILLING NUMBER DELIVERY FGB PROTOCOL) 12.3.18 CALLED DIRECTORY NUMBER DELIVERY (DID) (CALLED DIRECTORY NUMBER DELIVERY VIA DID) 12.3.19 TANDEM ROUTING (FGD) (SAME) 12.3.20 THREE-WAY CALLING (N/A) 12.3.21 MULTIPLEXING (N/A) 12.3.22 NETWORK ACCESS SERVICE (N/A) 12.3.23 CLEAR CHANNEL CAPABILITY (ACCESS TO CLEAR CHANNEL TRANSMISSION) 12.3.24 REVERSE CHARGE ACCEPTANCE (PACKET) (SAME) 12.3.25 REVERSE CHARGE OPTION (PACKET) (N/A) 12.3.26 PERMANENT VIRTUAL CIRCUIT (PACKET) (N/A) 12.3.27 CUG INCOMING ACCESS BARRED (PACKET) (N/A) 12.3.28 CUG OUTGOING ACCESS BARRED (PACKET) (N/A) 12.3.29 FLOW CONTROL PARAMETERS (PACKET) (N/A) 12.3.30 LOGICAL CHANNEL (PACKET) (N/A) 12.3.31 LOGICAL CHANNEL LAYOUT (PACKET) (N/A) 12.3.32 MULTIPLE NETWORK ADDRESSES (PACKET) (N/A) 12.3.33 NONSTANDARD WINDOW SIZE (PACKET) (N/A) 12.3.34 ACCESS SERVICE BILLING INFORMATION (CALL DETAIL RECORDING REPORTS) 12.3.35 INTERFACE GROUP 6 (N/A) 12. OPEN NETWORK ARCHITECTURE SERVICE 12.3 BASIC SERVICE ELEMENTS (Cont'd) 12.3.36 IMPROVED TRANSMISSION PERFORMANCE (N/A) 12.3.37 ALTERNATE TRAFFIC ROUTING (ALTERNATE ROUTING) 12.3.38 TRAFFIC DATA REPORT SERVICE (N/A) 12.3.39 ANI ORDER ENTRY SERVICE (N/A) 12.3.40 ANSWER SUPERVISION- LINE SIDE (ANSWER SUPERVISION WITH A LINE SIDE INTERFACE) 12.3.41 CALL TRANSFER (THREE WAY CALL TRANSFER) 12.3.42 CALLER IDENTIFICATION-NUMBER (CALLING DIRECTORY NUMBER DELIVERY-VIA ICLID) 12.3.43 DID TRUNK QUEUING AND BASIC ANNOUNCEMENT (DID TRUNK QUEUING) 12.3.44 UNIFORM CALL DISTRIBUTION (MULTILINE HUNT GROUP-UCD WITH QUEUING) 12.3.45 COMMUNITY LINK (MENU ACCESS TRANSLATOR-GATEWAY) 12.3.46 CALLER IDENTIFICATION-BULK (CALLING DIRECTORY NUMBER DELIVERY-VIA BCLID) 12.3.47 ACCESS SERVICE BILLING INFORMATION (PACKET) (CALL DETAIL RECORDING REPORTS (PACKET)) 12.3.48 AUTOMATIC NUMBER IDENTIFICATION FORWARDING (N/A) 12.3.49 SELECTED NUMBER REVERSE BILLING (N/A) 12.3.50 DID CALL TRANSFER (N/A) 12.3.51 DIAL CALL WAITING (N/A) 12.3.52 DIRECTED CALL PICKUP (N/A) 12.3.53 DIRECTED CALL PICKUP WITH BARGE-IN (N/A) 12.3.54 DISTINCTIVE ALERT (N/A) 12.4 COMPLEMENTARY NETWORK SERVICES 12.4.1 CALL FORWARDING-VARIABLE (SAME) 12.4.2 CALL FORWARDING-DON'T ANSWER (CALL FORWARDING-DON'T ANSWER INTRASWITCH) 12.4.3 CALL FORWARDING-BUSY LINE (CALL FORWARDING-BUSY LINE INTRASWITCH) 12.4.4 CALL FORWARDING-BUSY LINE/DON'T ANSWER (N/A) 12.4.5 SPEED CALLING (8 NUMBER) (SAME) 12.4.6 SPEED CALLING (30 NUMBER) (SAME) 12.4.7 MESSAGE WAITING INDICATION-AUDIBLE (MESSAGE WAITING INDICATOR-MWI) 12.4.8 CALL WAITING (CALL WAITING-CANCEL) 12.4.9 AUTO CALL (PACKET) (DIRECT CALL-PACKET) 12.4.10 SCAN-ALERT (DERIVED CHANNELS-MONITORING) 12.4.11 CUSTOM RINGING (DISTINCTIVE RINGING-TERMINATION SCREENING) 12.4.12 SIMULTANEOUS VOICE DATA SERVICE (DATA OVER VOICE SERVICE) 12.4.13 CONTINUOUS REDIAL (AUTOMATIC CALLBACK) 12.4.14 LAST CALL RETURN (AUTOMATIC RECALL) 12.4.15 CALL FORWARDING-BUSY LINE (EXPANDED) (CALL FORWARDING-BUSY LINE INTERSWITCH) 12.4.16 CALL FORWARDING-DON'T ANSWER (EXPANDED) (CALL FORWARDING-BUSY LINE INTERSWITCH) 12.4.17 CALL FORWARDING-BUSY LINE/DON'T ANSWER (EXPANDED) (N/A) 12.4.18 CALL FORWARDING-BUSY LINE (PROGRAMMABLE) (CALL FORWARDING-BUSY LINE OR DON'T ANSWER-CUSTOMER CONTROL OF ACTIVATION/DEACTIVATION AND FORWARD-TO-NUMBER) 12.4.19 CALL FORWARDING-DON'T ANSWER (PROGRAMMABLE) (CALL FORWARDING-BUSY LINE OR DON'T ANSWER-CUSTOMER CONTROL OF ACTIVATION/DEACTIVATION AND FORWARD-TO-NUMBER) 12.4.20 CALL FORWARDING-VARIABLE-NO CALL COMPLETION OPTION (CALL FORWARDING-VARIABLE-ACTIVATION WITHOUT COURTESY CALL) 12.4.21 CALL FORWARDING-VARIABLE-REMOTE ACTIVATION OPTION (CALL FORWARDING-VARIABLE-REMOTE ACTIVATION/CONTROL) 12.4.22 CALL TRACE (CUSTOMER ORIGINATED TRACE) 12.4.23 PRIORITY CALL (DISTINCTIVE RINGING) 12.4.24 HOT LINE (SAME) 12. OPEN NETWORK ARCHITECTURE SERVICE 12.4 COMPLEMENTARY NETWORK SERVICES (Cont'd) 12.4.25 MESSAGE WAITING INDICATION-VISUAL (MESSAGE WAITING INDICATOR-MWI) 12.4.26 SELECTIVE CALL FORWARDING (SAME) 12.4.27 CALL REJECTION (SELECTIVE CALL REJECTION) 12.4.28 ABBREVIATED ACCESS (SHARED SPEED CALLING) 12.4.29 WARM LINE (SAME) 12.4.30 CUSTOM RINGING-CALL FORWARDING (N/A) 12.4.31 DELUXE CALL WAITING (N/A) 12.4.32 DUAL TELEPHONE COVERAGE (N/A) 12.4.33 EXPANDED ANSWER (N/A) 12.4.34 SELECTIVE CALL ACCEPTANCE (N/A) 12.4.35 REMOTE ACCESS FORWARDING (SAME) 12.4.36 SCHEDULED FORWARDING (SAME) 13. RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE 14. INTEGRATED SERVICES DIGITAL NETWORK 14.1 GENERAL 14.2 BASIC RATE SERVICE OFFERINGS 14.2.1 U S WEST SINGLE LINE ISDN SERVICE 14. INTEGRATED SERVICES DIGITAL NETWORK 14.2 BASIC RATE SERVICE OFFERINGS 14.2.1 U S WEST SINGLE LINE ISDN SERVICE 14.2.1 SINGLE LINE ISDN SERVICE 14.2.1 U S WEST SINGLE LINE ISDN SERVICE 14.3 PRIMARY RATE SERVICE OFFERINGS 14.3.1 PRIMARY RATE SERVICE 14. INTEGRATED SERVICES DIGITAL NETWORK 14.3 PRIMARY RATE SERVICE OFFERINGS 14.3.1 PRIMARY RATE SERVICE 14.4 INDIVIDUAL CASE ISDN 15. MISCELLANEOUS SWITCHED DIGITAL SERVICE OFFERINGS 15.1 DIGITAL SWITCHED SERVICE (DSS) 15.2 SWITCHNET 56 SERVICE 15.3 UNIFORM ACCESS SOLUTION SERVICE 15. MISCELLANEOUS SWITCHED DIGITAL SERVICE OFFERINGS 15.3 UNIFORM ACCESS SOLUTION SERVICE (Cont'd) 15.4 INTEGRATED T-1 SERVICE 16. PROMOTIONS 16.1 SPECIAL PROMOTIONS 17. RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE 18. RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE 19. RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE 20. FACILITIES FOR RADIO CARRIERS 20.1 INTERCONNECTION 20. FACILITIES FOR RADIO CARRIERS 20.1 INTERCONNECTION 104. OBSOLETE CONSTRUCTION CHARGES AND OTHER SPECIAL CHARGES 104.6 OTHER CONSTRUCTION OR CONDITIONS 105. OBSOLETE EXCHANGE SERVICES 105.2 LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE 105.2.4 FLAT RATE SERVICE 105.2.5 LOCAL SERVICE OPTIONS 105.2.6 TELEPHONE ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS 105.3 PRIVATE BRANCH EXCHANGE (PBX) TRUNKS AND NETWORK ACCESS REGISTERS 105.3.4 DIRECT-INWARD-DIALING (DID) SERVICE 105.4 PREMIUM EXCHANGE SERVICES 105.4.3 CUSTOM CALLING SERVICES 105.4.14 CUSTOM SOLUTIONS 105. OBSOLETE EXCHANGE SERVICES 105.6 JOINT USER AND CONCESSION SERVICE 105.6.1 JOINT USER SERVICE 105.7 DIRECTORY SERVICES 105.7.1 LISTING SERVICES 105. EXCHANGE SERVICES 105. OBSOLETE EXCHANGE SERVICES 105.9 PACKAGED SERVICES 105.9.1 PACKAGES ASSOCIATED WITH BASIC EXCHANGE SERVICE 105. OBSOLETE EXCHANGE SERVICES 105.9 PACKAGED SERVICES 105.9.1 PACKAGES ASSOCIATED WITH BASIC EXCHANGE SERVICE 105.9.2 PACKAGES ASSOCIATED WITH BASIC EXCHANGE SERVICE 106. OBSOLETE MESSAGE TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICE 106.3 OPTIONAL SERVICE OFFERINGS 106.3.18 CALLING CONNECTION PLANS 109. OBSOLETE CENTRAL OFFICE SERVICES 109.1 DIAL SWITCHING SYSTEMS 109.1.8 CENTRON 300 SERVICE 109.1.12 CENTRON 6 AND 30 SERVICE 109. OBSOLETE CENTRAL OFFICE SERVICES 109.1 DIAL SWITCHING SYSTEMS 109.1.12 CENTRON 6 AND 30 SERVICE 109.1.13 CENTRON CUSTOM SERVICE 109.1.16 CENTREX PLUS SERVICE 109. OBSOLETE CENTRAL OFFICE SERVICES 109.1 DIAL SWITCHING SYSTEMS 109.1.16 CENTREX PLUS SERVICE 109. OBSOLETE CENTRAL OFFICE SERVICES 109.1 DIAL SWITCHING SYSTEMS 109.1.16 CENTREX PLUS SERVICE 109.2 EMERGENCY REPORTING SERVICE 109.2.3 EMERGENCY ALARM AND REPORTING SERVICE 110. OBSOLETE MISCELLANEOUS SERVICE OFFERINGS 110.4 TOLL RESTRICTION SERVICES 110.4.1 CUSTOMNET SERVICE 110.8 NETWORK CONNECTING ARRANGEMENTS 110.8.1 DATA AND TELETYPEWRITER EQUIPMENT 110.8.2 RECORDING, REPRODUCING, AND AUTOMATIC ANSWERING AND RECORDING EQUIPMENT 110.8.3 ALARM SENDING DEVICES 110.8.4 VOICE TERMINAL EQUIPMENT 110.8.5 MULTILINE TERMINATING SYSTEMS AND COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS 114. OBSOLETE INTEGRATED SERVICES DIGITAL NETWORK 114.2 BASIC RATE SERVICE OFFERINGS 114.2.1 U S WEST SINGLE LINE ISDN SERVICE 115. OBSOLETE MISCELLANEOUS SWITCHED DIGITAL SERVICE OFFERINGS 115. MISCELLANEOUS SWITCHED DIGITAL SERVICE OFFERINGS 115.1 DIGITAL SWITCHED SERVICE (DSS) 115. OBSOLETE MISCELLANEOUS SWITCHED DIGITAL SERVICE OFFERINGS 120. OBSOLETE FACILITIES FOR RADIO COMMON CARRIERS 120.3 RADIO COMMON CARRIER CUSTOMER LISTING

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5. EXCHANGE SERVICES 5.2 LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE 5.2.4 FLAT RATE SERVICE 5.2.5 LOCAL SERVICE OPTIONS 5.3 PRIVATE BRANCH EXCHANGE (PBX) TRUNKS AND NETWORK ACCESS REGISTERS 5.3.3 FLAT RATE TRUNKS 5.4 PREMIUM EXCHANGE SERVICES 5.4.3 CUSTOM CALLING SERVICES 5.9 PACKAGED SERVICES 5.9.1 PACKAGES ASSOCIATED WITH BASIC EXCHANGE SERVICE (Cont'd) 5.9.2 PACKAGES NOT ASSOCIATED WITH BASIC EXCHANGE SERVICE 6. MESSAGE TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICE 6.2 STANDARD SERVICE OFFERINGS 6.2.1 TWO-POINT MESSAGE TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICE 6.2.4 DIRECTORY ASSISTANCE SERVICE 6.2.6 COMPLETE-A-CALL 6.3 OPTIONAL SERVICE OFFERINGS 6.3.17 GUARANTEED RATE CALLING CONNECTION 6. OBSOLETE MESSAGE TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICE 106.3 OPTIONAL SERVICE OFFERINGS (Cont'd) 106.3.18 CALLING CONNECTION PLANS 6. MESSAGE TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICE 6.3 OPTIONAL SERVICE OFFERINGS 6.3.18 CALLING CONNECTION PLANS 7. WIDE AREA TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICE 7.1 800 SERVICE AND 800 SERVICELINE OPTION 7.1.2 800 SERVICE 7.1.3 800 SERVICELINE OPTION 9. CENTRAL OFFICE SERVICES 9.1 DIAL SWITCHING SYSTEMS 9.1.7 CUSTOMIZED CALL MANAGEMENT SERVICES/CENTRON I SERVICE 9.1.17 CENTREX 21 SERVICE 10. MISCELLANEOUS SERVICE OFFERINGS 16. PROMOTIONS 16.1 SPECIAL PROMOTIONS 105. OBSOLETE EXCHANGE SERVICES 105.4 PREMIUM EXCHANGE SERVICES 105.4.3 CUSTOM CALLING SERVICES 105.4.14 CUSTOM SOLUTIONS 105.9 PACKAGED SERVICES 105.9.1 PACKAGES ASSOCIATED WITH BASIC EXCHANGE SERVICE 106. OBSOLETE MESSAGE TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICE 106.3 OPTIONAL SERVICE OFFERINGS 106.3.18 CALLING CONNECTION PLANS 109. OBSOLETE CENTRAL OFFICE SERVICES 109.1 DIAL SWITCHING SYSTEMS 109.1.8 CENTRON 300 SERVICE 109.1.12 CENTRON 6 AND 30 SERVICE

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Email from Liz Balvin: Tuesday, June 10, 2003

Laurel,

Upon review of the following URLs that Dan Busetti so kindly help me access:

ftp://199.168.32.150/incoming/ima/MTA.SAGA (Montana)

ftp://199.168.32.150/incoming/ima/CHY.SAGA (Cheyenne and SW WY)

ftp://199.168.32.150/incoming/ima/CPR.SAGA (Casper and Northern WY)

MCI notes the following: MT list, there are only 2 rates/zones (01 & 02), and on some of the NPA/NXXs, there are additional characters ; for instance, NPA/NXX 406/284 is listed twice - once the Ratez is 02, the second time it is 02U2. Both links for WY yield similar results. However, in WY, there are 3 different rates/zones (01,02,& 03), but again U1, U2, U3, L1, etc...

Per MCI's contracts and FCC requirements, there should be 4 zones, thus please explain why there are only 2 or 3 listed. In addition, please clarify the duplicate npa/nxx's and define the populated zone identifiers (01U1, etc).

Thanks, Liz Balvin MCI Carrier Management - Qwest Internal Line - V625-7305 External Line - 303-217-7305 Pager (888) 900-7221

CMP Monthly Meeting- excerpt from meeting minutes May 22, 2003

SCR050103-02 Provide zone information for MT and WY (originated by MCI) Liz Balvin/MCI presented the CR.

Connie Winston/Qwest stated that Qwest held an additional clarification call with Liz to review and that this was already available in pre-order. What Qwest and MCI agreed on was Qwest providing Premis info on a monthly basis. She continued that Qwest currently provide monthly downloads of Premis to a server. She continued that the information is updated around the 10th of the month. She said that the information is currently available on the wholesale site under the CLEC-Resellers Resource Guide to OSS Interfaces. She said there was a section that tells you how to download by SAGA. The information will download into a spreadsheet and it gives you the ranges, rate zones, and a lot of other information.

Liz Balvin/MCI asked if the information had the zones, the TNS, and addresses.

Connie Winston/Qwest stated that it has the zones and addresses, but not TNs.

Liz Balvin/MCI stated that she would look at the information. She said that she thought that MCI needed the NPA/NXX information.

Connie Winston/Qwest stated that when Qwest discussed the change with MCI, it was in terms of zone and address. She stated that there could be multiple zones within a wire center.

Liz Balvin/MCI stated that it sounded like the information that MCI needed. She said that she would look at it and respond back to Qwest

Connie Winston/Qwest asked Balvin (MCI) if she wanted to leave the CR in evaluation.

Liz Balvin/MCI asked if Qwest could send out the information.

Connie Winston/Qwest stated that Qwest could send the information out to all CLECs for review. Kit Thomte/Qwest asked if this CR would be crossed over to product/process.

Connie Winston/Qwest stated no, that there was no change.

Liz Balvin/MCI stated that if the information met their needs then they would withdraw the CR

Additional Clarification Call May 20, 2003

Attendees: Liz Balvin-MCI, Connie Winston-Qwest, Beth Foster-Qwest, Lynn Notarianni-Qwest, Laurel Nolan-Qwest CRPM

Review of requested change: Nolan-Qwest stated that the call had been scheduled to review the CR and investigations by Qwest. She turned the disucssion over to Connie Winston (Qwest). Winston-Qwest stated that Qwest wanted to talk with MCI because the two states, MT and WY, were distance based deaveraging and that the only way the rates can be figured is by address. She stated that Qwest currently gives the CLECs the ability to figure by address. Balvin-MCI stated that what they currently had was a pre-order query and that the CLEC had to have the information of the end user. She stated that what MCI wanted was a data dump out of Premis in order to support their market entry strategy. Winston-Qwest confirmed that MCI wanted a data dump of Premis. She said that Qwest currently provides real time data to the query beciase the data is updated contatantly. She asked if MCI was asking for a daily update. Balvin-MCI stated that she did not want daily updates and that the information would not change dramatically. Notarianni-Qwest asked if MCI was seeking to know where ther line was drawn between the zones so that they would know which boundries they wanted to serve. She stated that MCI could do an online query to see which address fit into each area. Balvin-MCI stated that MCI is focusing on how they get the customers up and going and how they are going to bill those customers. Notarianni-Qwest confirmed that MCI was focusing on how to bill their customers. Balvin-MCI stated that there were boundries set up for all the other states. Notarianni-Qwest stated that MT and WY were not organized the same way. Balvin-MCI stated that they needed to have the data to determine how to bill before they have the customers. Notarianni-Qwest stated that there were two issues 1) on-line transctions and 2) a dump of the data for MT and WY. She stated that this would be an on-going process. Balvin-MCI stated that they were looking for a data dump once a month. Notarianni-Qwest stated that Qwest wanted to make sure that they were addressing the needs of MCI with the change. She asked Balvin (MCI) if there were other states that were organized this way. Balvin-MCI stated that MT and WY were the only states. She stated that all others were CO to CO. She then stated that part of MCI's market entry strategy required the pricing for each end user. Winston-Qwest stated that she had a better understanding of the request. She stated that Premis was ever changing because of new subdivisions and changes in communities. She stated that Qwest would investigate monthly data dumps as requested. Foster-Qwest stated that the CR needed to be updated. Nolan-Qwest stated that she would update the CR and send a copy to Balvin-MCI for approval. Notarianni-Qwest stated that the information would not be kept on the web site as stated in the CR. Winston-Qwest stated that it made more since to send out a file. Balvin-MCI stated that she agreed that the file might be too large for the web site.

Nolan-Qwest asked if there were any other questions or concers. She stated that she would update the CR and send it to Balvin (MCI). She stated that the CR would be presented at the CMP Meeting by Balvin (MCI) and that Qwest would work to provide a response. She stated that the CR was currently in evaluation because Qwest wanted to have this additional solution meeting with MCI. She stated that it was not garenteed that Qwest would have a response by the Thursday meeting, but that Qwest would make every attempt.

Meeting adjourned.

Clarification Call May 9, 2003

Attendees: Liz Balvin-MCI, John Gallegos-Qwest, Shonna Pashonic-Qwest, Suzy Enny-Qwest, Cimberlie Chambers-Qwest, Curt Anderson-Qwest, Samantha Kratzet, Michelle Thacker-Qwest, Laurel Nolan-CRPM Qwest

Description of requested change and expected deliverable: Nolan-Qwest reviewed the change request and asked Balvin-MCI if there were any additions or changes. Balvin-MCI stated that PREMIS does have the information available and that she understood that the information was listed from end user to central office. She stated that pricing was the issue and that they wanted the information prior to having the customer. Thacker-Qwest asked if MCI was looking for data retrevied by address zone lists. Balvin-MCI stated that they were not paticular and that some other ILECs provided the information by NPA/NXX. Gallegos-Qwest stated that he did not have any questions and that he had a clear understanding of the request. Balvin-MCI stated that she wanted the same information that was provided for the other states. She continued that it could be CO to CO address in zone on the web site.

Review of system impact, products and areas impacted: Nolan-Qwest confirmed the interface, products and area impacted. She asked if there were any changes. No changes.

Nolan-Qwest asked if there were any other questions or concerns. None.

Meeting adjourned.

CenturyLink Response

Email to Liz Balvin May 23, 2003

Subject: SCR050103-02 Date: Fri, 23 May 2003 10:42:48 -0600 From: "Laurel Nolan" Organization: Qwest Communications International, Inc. To: liz.balvin@mci.com CC: Kit Thomte , "lnolan@qwest.com"

Liz,

As Connie Winston stated in yesterday's CMP Meeting, Qwest believes that the information supplied in the CLEC/Reseller Resource Guide to OSS Interfaces meets your request stated in SCR050103-02. If this information fits your needs, we will send a notification to the CLEC Community with the below information.

You may access the CLEC/Reseller Resource Guide to OSS Interfaces by the following these steps:

1) http://www.qwest.com/wholesale/systems/generalinfo.html 2) Click on Download the CLEC/Reseller Resource Guide To OSS Interfaces. (Link is located under the heading CLEC/Reseller Resource Guide To OSS Interfaces) 3) The information you are looking for is located on page 28 under FAM (Feature Availability Matrix)

Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns.

Thanks, Laurel Nolan Qwest Communications CMP-Systems 303.965.3715 lnolan@qwest.com

DRAFT RESPONSE May 15, 2003 RE: SCR040203-01

Qwest has reviewed the information submitted as part of MCI Change Request SCR050103-02. Based upon research that has been conducted following the Clarification meeting (held May 9, 2003) Qwest is still examining the issue. Qwest will continue to research the problem and provide an updated response at the May Systems CMP Meeting.

At the May Systems CMP Meeting, CMP participants will be given the opportunity to comment on this Change Request and provide additional clarifications. Qwest is interested in the experiences of the CMP community as relates to this issue. Qwest will incorporate any feedback received into further evaluation of this Change Request.

Sincerely, Qwest

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