ABSTRACT: This Generic Requirements document (GR) presents generic state requirements for Network Elements (NEs). The generic requirements
defined in this document facilitate cross domain network management and promote a multi-vendor environment. The standard definitions
and mappings allow Operations Systems to gather state information from NEs and integrate it into a consistent representation of the
status of the entire managed network and each of the services that it supports.
GR-1093 is the reference document that defines all state and status variables for network elements and each individual NE component
and supported interfaces channels, and data flows. Previous issues of GR-1093 have defined the long-standing Telcordia State Model and
mapped it to the International Standards Organization (ISO) State Model in ISO/IEC 10164-2 and ITU-T Recommendation 731.
Issue 3 adds coverage of five commonly used state models used for networking technologies (Internet, Wireless, Cable TV) that have
converged with traditional telecommunications over the last decade:
IETF RFC 2863 and RFC 4268
3GPP TS 32.671
Issue 3 maps each one back to the Telcordia and International Standards Organization (ISO) State Models to allow integration of state
information across diverse network infrastructures.
GR-1093 replaces TR-NWT-001093 and TA-NWT-001093.
Issue 3 of GR-1093, Generic State Requirements for Network Elements (NEs), replaces Issue 2. Components of this product are: