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Working Service on Premise (WSOP) Table (Cut Through Decision)
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The Working Service on Premise field on the End User Form and the Type of Service (TOS) field within the Pre-Order Scheduling & Availability transaction may be determined by using the response from the Pre-Order Address Validation transaction. For the order process, WSOP field validation is no longer necessary to designate cut through or additional line requests. Values of "L", "V" and "Z" will continue to be supported. If values of "C" or "A" are populated they will be treated as a "Z". The tables below show the correct entries in these fields for various Resale and Platform Residence ordering scenarios. To determine if enough cut through facilities are available you must determine the parameters of your service request as either New Connect/Outside Move or Additional Line request. Please note an additional line request may occur during or post migration. Once you have determined your parameter use the appropriate calculation model to determine your due date interval decision.

Parameter 1 (New Connect/Outside Move) - when the Activity (ACT) field on the LSR form = "N", "T" or ("C" with a Line Activity (LNA) on the RS or PS form = "T") use the following calculation model (excluding VT):
CTI "Y" = 1 facility/CTI "N" or "C" = 0 facilities
Combine with the CF value to get total number of cut through facilities
If total number of cut through facilities (CTI plus CF) is equal to or greater than the number of lines being installed with the service request, the Cut Through interval may be utilized. If the total number of cut through facilities (CTI plus CF) is less than the number of lines being installed, refer to the table below for the proper TOS field value for the Scheduling & Availability Pre-Order Transaction.

Parameter 1a (New Connect/Outside Move) (VT only)
CS = "TOV" = 1 facility/CS = anything other than "TOV" = 0 facilities
Combine with the CF value to get total number of cut through facilities
For VT only, the CTI field is not applicable to determine cut through facilities. The Class of Service (CS) field on the Address Validation response should be used to determine if available facilities for the main line.
If total number of cut through facilities (CS plus CF) is equal to or greater than the number of lines being installed with the service request, the Cut Through interval may be utilized. If the total number of cut through facilities (CS plus CF) is less than the number of lines being installed, refer to the table below for the proper TOS field value for the Scheduling & Availability Pre-Order Transaction.

Parameter 2 (Additional Lines) - when the Activity (ACT) field on the LSR form = "V" or "C" with a Line Activity (LNA) on the RS or PS form = "N" use the following calculation model (Verizon East):
Compare the CF value to the number of lines being installed.
If the total number of cut through facilities (CF only) is equal to or greater than the number of lines being installed with the service request, the Cut Through interval may be utilized. If the total number of cut through facilities (CF only) is less than the number of lines being installed, the Additional Line interval should be utilized for the Scheduling & Availability Pre-Order Transaction.
(Since there is existing working service for this customer the CTI information (main line facilities) can not be used to determine cut through availability.)

Activity (ACT) of "N", "T" or ("C" with a Line Activity (LNA) of "T") - Parameter 1 excluding VT
Scenario PreOrder Results Due Date Interval Decision
Case # of Lines CTI (main line) CF (addl lines) STAT WSOP Field CT for all lines Scheduling & Availability Pre-Order Transaction(TOS)1
1a 3 N

(this equates to 0 facilities)
3 Working, Sublet, Suspend, Pend Sus, Unknown Z Yes Use the Resale Product Interval Guide or the UNE-P Product Interval Guide to determine the standard interval for Cut Through.
1b 3 Y

(this equates to 1 facility)
3 Working, Sublet, Suspend, Pend Sus, Unknown Z Yes Use the Resale Product Interval Guide or the UNE-P Product Interval Guide to determine the standard interval for Cut Through.
1c 3 N 2 Working, Sublet, Suspend, Pend Sus, Unknown Z No 7
STAT indicates a Working Service format
1d 3 Y 1 Working, Sublet, Suspend, Pend Sus, Unknown Z No 7
STAT indicates a Working Service format
1e 3 Y 3 Non Working Z Yes Use the Resale Product Interval Guide or the UNE-P Product Interval Guide to determine the standard interval for Cut Through.
1f 3 Y 1 Non Working Z No 2
STAT indicates a Working Service format
1g 3 N 3 Non Working Z Yes Use the Resale Product Interval Guide or the UNE-P Product Interval Guide to determine the standard interval for Cut Through.
1h 3 N 2 Non Working Z No 2
STAT indicates a Working Service format
2a 1 Y 1 Working, Sublet, Suspend, Pend Sus, Unknown Z Yes Use the Resale Product Interval Guide or the UNE-P Product Interval Guide to determine the standard interval for Cut Through.
2b 1 N 1 Working, Sublet, Suspend, Pend Sus, Unknown Z Yes Use the Resale Product Interval Guide or the UNE-P Product Interval Guide to determine the standard interval for Cut Through.
2c 1 Y 0 Working, Sublet, Suspend, Pend Sus, Unknown Z Yes Use the Resale Product Interval Guide or the UNE-P Product Interval Guide to determine the standard interval for Cut Through.
2d 1 N 0 Working, Sublet, Suspend, Pend Sus, Unknown Z No 7
STAT indicates a Working Service format
2e 1 Y 1 Non Working Z Yes Use the Resale Product Interval Guide or the UNE-P Product Interval Guide to determine the standard interval for Cut Through.
2f 1 N 1 Non Working Z Yes Use the Resale Product Interval Guide or the UNE-P Product Interval Guide to determine the standard interval for Cut Through.
2g 1 Y 0 Non Working Z Yes Use the Resale Product Interval Guide or the UNE-P Product Interval Guide to determine the standard interval for Cut Through.
2h 1 N 0 Non Working Z No 2
STAT indicates a Non Working Service format
3a 2 Y 1 Pend In DD is before the DD of the LSR Z Yes Use the Resale Product Interval Guide or the UNE-P Product Interval Guide to determine the standard interval for Cut Through.
3b 2 Y 0 Pend In DD is before the DD of the LSR Z No 7
This is used because STAT shows Pend In. This value should be used regardless of date associated with Pend In.
3c 2 N 2 Pend In DD is before the DD of the LSR Z Yes Use the Resale Product Interval Guide or the UNE-P Product Interval Guide to determine the standard interval for Cut Through.
3d 2 N 1 Pend In DD is before the DD on the LSR Z No 7
This is used because STAT shows Pend In. This value should be used regardless of date associated with Pend In.
4a 2 Y 1 Pend In DD is after the DD on the LSR Z Yes Use the Resale Product Interval Guide or the UNE-P Product Interval Guide to determine the standard interval for Cut Through.
4b 2 Y 0 Pend In DD is before the DD on the LSR Z No 7
This is used because STAT shows Pend In. This value should be used regardless of date associated with Pend In.
4c 2 N 2 Pend In DD is after the DD on the LSR Z Yes Use the Resale Product Interval Guide or the UNE-P Product Interval Guide to determine the standard interval for Cut Through.
4d 2 N 1 Pend In DD is after the DD on the LSR Z No 7
This is used because STAT shows Pend In. This value should be used regardless of date associated with Pend In
5a 2 Y 1 Pend Out DD is before the DD on the LSR Z Yes Use the Resale Product Interval Guide or the UNE-P Product Interval Guide to determine the standard interval for Cut Through.
5b 2 Y 0 Pend Out DD is before the DD on the LSR Z No 2
This is used because STAT shows Pend Out and Pend Out date is before due date of new service request.
5c 2 N 2 Pend Out DD is before the DD on the LSR Z Yes Use the Resale Product Interval Guide or the UNE-P Product Interval Guide to determine the standard interval for Cut Through.
5d 2 N 1 Pend Out DD is before the DD on the LSR Z No 2
This is used because STAT shows Pend Out and Pend Out date is before due date of new service request.
6a 2 Y 1 Pend Out DD is after the DD on the LSR Z Yes Use the Resale Product Interval Guide or the UNE-P Product Interval Guide to determine the standard interval for Cut Through.
6b 2 Y 0 Pend Out DD is after the DD on the LSR Z No 7
This is used because STAT shows Pend Out and Pend Out date is after due date if new service request.
6c 2 N 2 Pend Out DD is after the DD on the LSR Z Yes Use the Resale Product Interval Guide or the UNE-P Product Interval Guide to determine the standard interval for Cut Through.
6d 2 N 1 Pend Out DD is after the DD on the LSR Z No 7
This is used because STAT shows Pend Out and Pend Out date is aftwr due date if new service request.
7 1 or more lines NA NA Unable to Validate Address in Livewire. (New Builds) V No 2
This is used because assumption is this is new location.


Activity (ACT) of "N", "T" or ("C" with a Line Activity (LNA) of "T") - Parameter 1a (VT only)
Scenario PreOrder Results Due Date Interval Decision
Case # of Lines CTI (main line) CF (addl lines) STAT CS2 WSOP Field CT for all lines Scheduling & Availability Pre-Order Transaction(TOS)3
8a 1 N 0 STAT = Working
CS = TOV
L Yes Use the Resale Product Interval Guide or the UNE-P Product Interval Guide to determine the standard interval for Cut Through.
8b 1 N 0 STAT = Working, Sublet, Suspend, Pend Sus, Unknown
CS = All except TOV
Z No 7
This is used because STAT shows working service and Class of Service is anything but "TOV".
8c 1 N 0 STAT = Non Working
CS = Not Applicable
Z No 2
This is used because STAT shows non working service.
8d 3 N 2 STAT = Working
CS = TOV
L Yes Use the Resale Product Interval Guide or the UNE-P Product Interval Guide to determine the standard interval for Cut Through.
9a 2 N 2 Pend In DD is before or after the DD on the LSR
CS = Not Applicable
Z Yes Use the Resale Product Interval Guide or the UNE-P Product Interval Guide to determine the standard interval for Cut Through.
9b 2 N 0 Pend In DD is before or after the DD on the LSR
CS = Not Applicable
Z No 7
This is used because STAT shows Pend In. This value should be used regardless of date associated with Pend In.
9c 2 N 2 Pend In DD is before or after the DD on the LSR
CS = Not Applicable
Z Yes Use the Resale Product Interval Guide or the UNE-P Product Interval Guide to determine the standard interval for Cut Through.
9d 2 N 1 Pend In DD is before or after the DD on the LSR
CS = Not Applicable
Z No 7
This is used because STAT shows Pend In. This value should be used regardless of date associated with Pend In.
10a 2 N 2 Pend Out DD is before the DD on the LSR
CS = Not Applicable
Z Yes Use the Resale Product Interval Guide or the UNE-P Product Interval Guide to determine the standard interval for Cut Through.
10b 2 N 0 Pend Out DD is before the DD on the LSR
CS = Not Applicable
Z No 2
This is used because STAT shows Pend Out and Pend Out date is before due date of new service request.
10c 2 N 2 Pend Out DD is after the DD on the LSR
CS = Not Applicable
Z Yes Use the Resale Product Interval Guide or the UNE-P Product Interval Guide to determine the standard interval for Cut Through.
10d 2 N 1 Pend Out DD is after the DD on the LSR
CS = Not Applicable
Z No 7
This is used because STAT shows Pend Out and Pend Out date is after due date of new service request.
11 1 or more NA NA Unable to Validate Address in Livewire. (new Builds) V No 2
This is used because assumption is this is new location.


Activity (ACT) of "V" or "C" with a Line Activity (LNA) = "N" - Parameter 2 All States
Scenario PreOrder Results Due Date Interval Decision
Case # of Lines CTI (main line) CF (addl lines) STAT WSOP Field CT for all lines Scheduling & Availability Pre-Order Transaction(TOS)
12 1 Not Applicable 1 Not Applicable N/A Yes Use the Resale Product Interval Guide or the UNE-P Product Interval Guide to determine the standard interval for Cut Through.
13 1 Not Applicable 0 Not Applicable N/A No 7
This is used because the customer is installing an additional line for the existing service.


Notes:

1The Product Interval Guide on the Wholesale Web site should be checked first to see if standard intervals apply.

2Applicable for VT only.

3The Product Interval Guide on the Wholesale Web site should be checked first to see if standard intervals apply.



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