In late 1999, the LNPA WG established a "problem identification and management process" (PIM) for LNP issues. The LNPA WG is not responsible for resolving all LNP problems. The LNPA WG does an initial evaluation of each LNP problem submitted, then either develops a resolution for the issue or refers the issue to the appropriate forum for resolution. The status of each LNP issue submitted is reported to the NANC on a regular basis.
The LNPA WG has developed issue submittal guidelines, an issue submittal form, process flows, and a tracking mechanism. Issues should be submitted to the LNPA WG, using the issue submittal form, at least two weeks before the LNPA WG meeting at which LNP issue's discussion is desired. 2009-08-03 PIM Conference Call Notes.pdf
|PIM 05||12/07/1999||There are certain instances where customer lines are ported in error i.e. “Inadvertent Porting”. There are several circumstances under which this may occur.||Download|
|PIM 04||11/19/1999||Need details for how working packet service affects number ranges in context for number pooling.||Download|
|PIM 03||11/08/1999||A CLEC tries to port an incorrect number. We deny the port, but due to the timers, the port goes through. Our customer is taken out of service.||Download|
|PIM 02||09/14/1999||The Slow Horse Sub-committee is in the process of developing an availability requirement for service provider LSMS systems. It is the purpose of this document to define the service provider mainten...||Download|
|PIM 01||07/10/2003||The PIM primarily addresses the issue of porting a number served by a reseller, a scenario not addressed by the original NANC process flows. The proposed flows address all wireline and wireless LNP...||Download|
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