1     Scope
 2     References
 3     Abbreviations
 4     Reference model and terms
        4.1     OMCI in ITU-T Rec. G.983.1
        4.2     ONT functions
        4.3     VP Mux functionality in the ONT
 5     Requirements of the management interface specification
        5.1     Configuration management
        5.2     Fault management
        5.3     Performance management
        5.4     Security management
 6     Protocol-independent MIB for the OMCI
        6.1     Managed entities
        6.2     Managed entity relation diagrams
 7     MIB description
        7.1     ONT equipment management
        7.2     ANI management
        7.3     UNI management
        7.4     VP MUX management
        7.5     Traffic management
 8     ONT Management and Control Channel (OMCC)
 9     ONT management and control protocol
        9.1     ONT management and control protocol cell format
        9.2     Message flow control and error recovery
        9.3     OMCI handling within the ONT
Appendix I – OMCI common mechanisms and services
        I.1        Common mechanisms
        I.2        Common services
Appendix II – OMCI message set
       II.1     General remarks
       II.2     Message layout
Appendix III – Support of F4/F5 maintenance flows in the ONT
      III.1     General principle
      III.2     Definition of the F4/F5 segment and end-to-end applicability
      III.3     OMCI support of F4/F5 flows in the ONT
Appendix IV – Traffic management options
       IV.1     Priority queueB-PON
       IV.2     Clarification of ONT functional blocks
Appendix V – Bibliography