M.3100 Fragments

Network Fragment

Figure 1 - Network Fragment

The Network Fragment defines the relationship between a managed network and its related trails, connections, and managed elements. In this case, a network fragment is shown to contain all elements.

Managed Element Fragment

Figure 2 - Managed Element Fragment

The Managed Element Fragment defines the components and relationships contained in a single managed element. In this case, a managed element is shown to contain equipment (including software), along with trail termination points

Termination Point Fragment

Figure 3 - Termination Point Fragment

The Termination Point Fragment contains the types of terminations that a single piece of managed equipment may contain. Both trail and connection termination points are included in this fragment.

Transmission Fragment

Figure 4 - Transmission Fragment

The Transmission Fragment provides a different, non-equipment oriented view of communications through a network. Two forms of transmission entities are defined, trails and connections. The relationships between these entities and references to their relative termination points are included in this fragment.

Cross Connection Fragment

Figure 5 - Cross Connection Fragment

The Cross Connection Fragment helps in managing cross connect fabric topologies. The cross connection fragment contains multipoint cross connections, cross connections, generic termination points, and a pool of termination points.

Functional Area Fragment

Figure 6 - Functional Area Fragment

The Functional Area Fragment defines the classes of objects contained within a managed element to provide additional management services. Object classes contained in the functional area fragment include: Management Operations Schedule, Logs (e.g., alarms, attribute value changes, object creation and deletion records, state change records), alarm assignment profiles, event forwarding discriminators and the current alarm summary control.