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What Y Can Expect in This Course
In this foundation-level course, y will be expected to assume significant responsibility within the
learning experience. Because you are taking this
NETWORK MANAGEMENT CHAPTER 3 SUMMARY
March 2, 2015
Basic Foundations: Standards, Models, and Language
3.1 NETWORK MANAGEMENT STANDARDS
There are several network management standards that are in use today.
Table 3.1 lists four standards along with a fifth
CH12 Broadband Network Management: WAN
12.1 BROADBAND NETWORK AND SERVICES
The broadband network and the narrowband Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) are
multimedia networks that provide integrated analog and digital services over the same
CH11 Network Management Applications
There are five different categories of applications: configuration management, fault
management, performance management, security management, and account
11.1 CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT
Assignment 1- Solutions
Network Management IT340
Chapters : 1 & 2
1- Compare the telephone network and the Internet. What are the similarities?
What are the differences?
The telephone network was originally designed for voice communication; the Internet
IT340 STUDY GUIDE
Question 1: What is meant by Telecommunication Management Network?
The Telecommunications Management Network is a protocol model defined by ITU-T for
managing open systems in a communications network.
Question 2: Draw and briefly define
Assignment 2 - Network Management
Question 1: Define the different components in the organizational model. Explain by some
examples the different communication modes used between these components.
Question 2: Replace the following scenario by using the Ge
NETWORK MANAGEMENT CHAPTER 7SUMMARY
March 9, 2015
SNMP Management: SNMPv3
SNMPv3 was subsequently developed to fulfill that need in SNMP management. Fortunately, SNMPv3
has ended up addressing more than just security.
It is a framework for all three versi
CH9 SUMMARY : Network Management Tools, Systems, and Engineering
9.1 SYSTEM UTILITIES FOR MANAGEMENT
A significant amount of network management can be done using operating system (OS) utilities and
some freely downloadable SNMP tools.
9.1.1 Basic Tools
CH10 Telecommunications Management Network
10.1 WHY TMN?
TMN was born out of necessity to extend the private and proprietary, but welldeveloped network management systems, and make them interoperable.
In those days, the large telecommunicatio
Requirements : user-friendly
:The U.S. Human Engineering Design Criteria for Military Systems (1999) states these purposes
Achieve required performance by users
Minimize skill and personnel requirements and training time
Achieve required reliabi
Choose an interaction style
Spectrum of Directness
Automation and human control
The Four Pillars of Design.
Guidelines creation should be a social process within an organizat
Object-Action Interface Model
Successful designers of interactive systems know that they can and must go
beyond intuitive judgments made hastily when a design problem emerges. Fortunately,
March 1, 2015
[NETWORK MANAGEMENT CHAPTER 2 SUMMARY]
2.1 NETWORK TOPOLOGY
A LAN is a shared medium serving many Digital/Data Terminal Equipments (DTEs) located in
close proximity, such as in a building.
Three topologies are associated with LAN
February 24, 2015
[NETWORK MANAGEMENT CHAPTER 1 SUMMARY ]
1. Data Communications and Network Management Overview
The telephone system is known to be very reliable and dependable, and the quality of
connection is good due to the efficient management of th
March 5, 2015
[NETWORK MANAGEMENT CHAPTER 4 SUMMARY]
SNMPv1 Network Management:
Organization and Information Models
SNMP management is also referred to as Internet management.
it manages more than the Internet, SNMP network management systems (NMSs) can
[NETWORK MANAGEMENT CHAPTER 6 SUMMARY]
March 8, 2015
SNMP Management: SNMPv2
Version 2 of Simple Network Management Protocol, SNMPv2, was developed when it became obvious
that OSI network management standards were not going to be implemented in the near f
March 3, 2015
[NETWORK MANAGEMENT CHAPTER 5 SUMMARY]
SNMPv1 Network Management: Communication and Functional Models
5.1 SNMP COMMUNICATION MODEL
The SNMPv1 communication model defines specifications of four aspects of SNMP
communication: architecture, adm
CH8 SUMMARY : SNMP Management: RMON
8.1 WHAT IS REMOTE MONITORING?
Network monitor or the probe : is a tool (device ) that "sniffs" every packet that is going
across a local area network (LAN), opens it, and analyzes it.
It is a passive operation and does
Submission Deadline: 22/11/2015 at 23:59
The following questions are from Chapters: 7 and 8.
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