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PM Columns

Does anyone know what the following PM column value means?

 

"Valid"

 

looks like it can be any value between 1-8

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Re: PM Columns

Brian - 

 

Where are you looking when you see this PM Column? Is this at a PON, GE Port, ONT Port, etc.?

 

Thanks,

 

Drew Webber

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This is a PON.  Thanks

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Can you provide more details on where you are seeing the "valid" information? I am reviweing a PONA and not clear where you see this information. What is the column labeled as where this data is located? Can you please provide a picture of what you are seeing?

 

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Don

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Re: PM Columns

I also looked on our E7 and could not find that column.  A screen shot would be helpful.

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Thanks everyone for responding.  The column highlighted in red is what I am talking about.

 

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8_xhHGOA9OlX3RWc3ZrbUhDRDQ/view?usp=sharing

 

 

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Is this a Excel or CSV from CMS report or where does this data come from? 

 

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Don

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Correct. This is in excel...but it was a report pulled from CMS.  

 

Performance ->e-series ->ont -> 1 day

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Re: PM Columns

I see that now, too, but I don't know what it means, either.

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Thanks.  Can anyone else shed light on this?