Table of Contents

 1     Scope            
 2     References   
 3     Definitions   
        3.1     Terms defined elsewhere
        3.2     Terms defined in this Recommendation     
 4     Abbreviations and acronyms  
 5     Conventions
 6     Reference model and terms     
        6.1     OMCI in the access network         
        6.2     ONU functions 
        6.3     Support of multicast connection  
        6.4     Voice over IP management           
 7     Requirements of the management interface specification
        7.1     Configuration management          
        7.2     Fault management          
        7.3     Performance management            
        7.4     Security management     
 8     Protocol-independent MIB for the OMCI             
        8.1     Managed entities             
        8.2     Managed entity relation diagrams               
 9     MIB description         
        9.1     Equipment management               
        9.2     ANI management, traffic management     
        9.3     Layer 2 data services      
        9.4     Layer 3 data services      
        9.5     Ethernet services              
        9.6     This clause is intentionally left blank           
        9.7     xDSL services   
        9.8     TDM services    
        9.9     Voice services   
       9.10     Premises networks          
       9.11     This clause is intentionally left blank         
       9.12     General purpose MEs    
       9.13     Miscellaneous services  
       9.14     Mid-span PON reach extender     
10     This clause is intentionally left blank    
11     ONU management and control protocol              
       11.1     Baseline and extended messages
       11.2     Common message characteristics               
Annex A – OMCI message syntax and common features    
        A.1     General              
        A.2     Extended message set    
        A.3     Baseline message set      
Annex B – OMCI in ITU-T G.984 and ITU-T G.987 systems    
        B.1     Establishing the ONU management and control channel (OMCC)       
        B.2     OMCI handling within the ONU   
Annex C – OMCI in Ethernet PON systems    
        C.1     Establishing the ONU management and control channel (OMCC)       
        C.2     Encapsulating OMCI messages in Ethernet frames 
        C.3     Relationship between the OMCI and OAM defined in IEEE 802.3, clause 57   
        C.4     Adaptation of the G-PON information model to EPON          
Appendix I – OMCI common services    
        I.1     ONU MIB management 
        I.2     Equipment management
        I.3     Software upgrade             
        I.4     Performance monitoring 
Appendix II – G-PON mechanisms and services    
       II.1     Layer 2 data service according to [b-BBF TR-156]  
       II.2     Dual-managed ONUs      
       II.3     Traffic management       
       II.4     Voice services   
Appendix III – This appendix is intentionally left blank