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This alternative is dependent upon AT&T TENNESSEE having concurrence from the affected CLECs.
Regardless of whose equipment is out of service, AT&T TENNESSEE will move as quickly as possible to aid with service recovery; however, the approach that will be taken may differ depending upon the location of the problem.
One crucial factor in determining how AT&T TENNESSEE will proceed with restoration is whether or not AT&T TENNESSEE’s equipment is incapacitated.
For those CLECs that have agreements with other CLECs, AT&T TENNESSEE can immediately start directing traffic to a provisional CLEC for completion.
Further analysis and/or first hand observation will determine if the disaster has affected CLEC equipment only, AT&T TENNESSEE equipment only or a combination.
Because resources will be limited, AT&T TENNESSEE may be forced to “package” this traffic entirely differently than normally received by the CLECs. Therefore, a method for identifying the T1 traffic on the DS3s and providing the information to the Carriers is required.
In the unlikely event of a disaster occurring that affects AT&T TENNESSEE’s long-term ability to deliver traffic to a CLEC, general procedures have been developed by AT&T TENNESSEE to hasten the recovery process in accordance with the Telecommunications Service Priority (TSP) Program established by the FCC to identify and prioritize telecommunication services that support national security or emergency preparedness (NS/EP) missions.
During a hurricane, AT&T TENNESSEE will make every effort to keep CLECs updated on the status of our network.
Because AT&T TENNESSEE’s equipment has varying degrees of impact on the service provided to the CLECs, restoring service from damaged AT&T TENNESSEE equipment is different.
During the restoration of service after a disaster, AT&T TENNESSEE may be forced to aggregate traffic for delivery to a CLEC.