CISC ENUM WG call-in number has changed to : 613-787-5143 x 7489061#
We are awaiting the consideration by the CRTC of the trial frameworks and the proposed structure to hold the Canadian ENUM trial.
Report by the chairman of the Canadian Steering Committee on Numbering (CSCN) to the CRTC outlining the various reports to the CRTC on ENUM, of 25 November 2006.
See also the minutes for the August 29th ENUM WG teleconference
We have succeeded in devising a Canadian trial framework. On May 16th, 2006, the trial framework document was sent to the CRTC for approval. And as of December 1, we are still waiting for something to happen.
Covering note from Doug Birdwise to Claude Brault of the CRTC
ENUM Forum Tier 1A Requirements Document
Contribution of Union des Consommateurs du Québec on the ENUM governance structure
Proposal to recharter the IETF Working Group on ENUM (October 21, 2005)
Presentation of Doug Birdwise, Chairman, CSCN, on the state of ENUM to the Technology Advisory Standards Council of Canada, October 2005
The state of CISC discussion on ENUM is represented in the "Basic Questions for the
Creation of an ENUM Registry in Canada" document of June 9, 2005.
CIRA contribution on the Structure of Canadian ENUM Industry Governance (April 22, 2005)
CIRA-ENUM Memorandum of Understanding completed
On February 9, 2005, in Washington DC, CIRA and the US ENUM LLC signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) regarding the terms under which CIRA would act, during the trial period, as the Tier 1A registry for ENUM for participating countries in Country Code 1.
Bell contribution of 3 February 2005 on the creation of an ENUM registry in Canada
The CISC ENUM working group
In Canada, work has proceeded in an industry forum working under the aegis of the CRTC, the federal telecommunications regulator.
CSCN TIF53 A report from the CISC ENUM working group upwards to the CRTC and elsewhere setting forth the working group's agreement to various important questions, including delegation (18 May, 2004). This report was accepted by the full CISC on June 4, 2004, and passed on to the CRTC for action.
Its origins and rules are described on this page
These are the reports we have filed with the CRTC seeking direction or stating that consensus has been achieved.
1. TIF report 45A of September 16, 2004
2. TIF report 40A of 10 May 2004
3. TIF report 54A of 21 October 2005
of the CISC ENUM Committee meetings, and any other relevant Canadian meetings, are found here
Bell Contribution on a Canadian ENUM Trial Framework 18 November 2004
Basic questions for the creation of an ENUM registry in Canada (October 1, 2004) a contribution of CIRA.
report of the CISC ENUM August 18, 2004
The draft report was approved at the meeting of September 16, 2004 and sent to the full CISC for its approval at a meeting to be held on October 15, 2004
Contribution for September 16 meeting
Contributions to the April 7 meeting regarding the Issues and Questions document
Agenda of the CSCN ENUM committee meeting, Ottawa, Thursday March 11, and the expected participants are listed here.
Presentations from Karen Mulberry, Richard Shockey, Bernard Turcotte and Gary Richenaker
Contributions for or following the March 11 meeting (in addition to presentations above)
Action document emerging from the March 11 meeting called "CSCN Issues and Questions, 15 March, 2004".
CSCN Issues and Questions, 22 March 2004. The issues and questions were reworked at a telephone meeting and have been sorted into categories. Parties are expected to make contributions on this basis.
ENUM Administration ad interim - as accepted by Study Group 2, As of May 28, 2004. They have survived the 60-day review period without comment.
Draft letters to RIPE and to the ENUM Forum LLC group from the Canadian ENUM working group, asking about the costs of handling Canadian NPAs.
letter to Karen Mulberry, leader, ENUM Forum LLC group
letter to Axel Pawlik, Managing Director, RIPE
Delegation to Country Code 1 (was achieved February 13, 2006)
The CISC ENUM working group has agreed to support the Canadian government's efforts to seek temporary delegation from RIPE-NCC and the ITU-TSB for a CC1 ENUM trial.
Here are the documents relating to the request for delegation from the ITU of authority to conduct an trial of ENUM in CC1 (October 5, 2005).
Letter of support from Michael Binder regarding delegation
Letter from Karen Mulberry to Michael Binder ADM of Industry Canada, soliciting Canadian support for trial delegation
Letter from Ambassador David Gross to Karen Mulberry establishing USG conditions
Memorandum of Understanding between CIRA and the ENUM LLC
ENUM Forum Trial Framework document
Address of the ITU official responsible for delegation, to whom letters of support could be sent
Letter from Ambassador David Gross of the US Department of State to Hulin Zhao, Director of the TSB of the ITU, December 1,2005
Canadian ENUM sites
The official CRTC CISC ENUM site
ITU website on ENUM
ITU news on ENUM developments
The ENUM Forum
ENUM LLC website
Alternate User Trial Plan August 2006
US ENUM trial MoU 14 March 06
US ENUM waiver request of the FCC 22 March 2006
US ENUM trial block allocation number procedures
ENUM Forum draft operating agreement for the ENUM LLC September, 2004
Document for a US/CC1 ENUM Trials Program
ENUM LLC proposals Sets forth current proposals for the delegation from the ITU of authority over ENUM in the 1 Calling Zone.
Powerpoint presentation of the ENUM LLC Proposals for US ENUM implementation (January 13, 2004)
Current schedule for the CC1 delegation and trial (as of December 20, 2005)
Announcement of the creation of the ENUM LLC, October 27, 2004
US provider ENUM trial announced, May 16, 2006
These hyperlinks lead to the European ETSI discussion of infrastructure ENUM
ENUM conference in Miami June 2005
Presentation of Tom Kershaw, VP Verisign
A short email from Scott Bradner, Chief of Technology for Harvard university and a heavyweight in the IETF, recapitulates his speech.
Reports page sets out trial reports by country and organization
Organizations Involved in ENUM:
ENUM Reference Material
last edited: December 01, 2006