ISBN 9788177588200,Network Management:Principle And Practice

Network Management:Principle And Practice



Pearson Education

Publication Year 2011

ISBN 9788177588200

ISBN-10 8177588206


Number of Pages 200 Pages
Language (English)

Computer And Internet

How do you effectively manage today's complex computer networks? Network Management provides system managers with complete yet accessible answers to that question. This new edition continues to explore the wealth of information available and provides the insight and knowledge needed to evaluate network management tools and applications. By covering the latest advances in network management tools and procedures, the authors have provided a must read for all network managers. Table of Contents I. OVERVIEW OF NETWORK MANAGEMENT. 1. Network Management. Definition of a Data Network. Role of the Network Engineer. Implementation of a Data Network. Overview of Network Management. Network Management Protocols. Summary. For Further Study. 2. The Network Management System. The Network Management Platform. Network Management Architectures. Network Management Applications. A Practical Approach to Choosing a Network Management System. The OSF DME. Summary. For Further Study. 3. Fault Management. Benefits of the Fault Management Process. Accomplishing Fault Management. Fault Management on a Network Management System. Impact of a Fault on the Network. Form of Reporting Faults. Summary. For Further Study. 4. Configuration Management. Benefits of the Configuration Management Process. Accomplishing Configuration Management. Configuration Management on a Network Management System. Generating Configuration Reports. Summary. For Further Study. 5. Security Management. Benefits of the Security Management Process. Accomplishing Security Management. Attaching to a Public Network. Security Management on a Network Management System. Reporting Security Events. Summary. For Further Study. 6. Performance Management. Benefits of the Performance Management Process. Accomplishing Performance Management. Performance Management on a Network Management System. Reporting Performance Information. Summary. For Further Study. 7. Accounting Management. Benefits of the Accounting Management Process. Accomplishing Accounting Management. Accounting Management on a Network Management System. Reporting Accounting Information. Summary. For Further Study. II. NETWORK MANAGEMENT PROTOCOLS. 8. SNMP/SNMPv2: Network Management Protocols (I). History of Network Management Protocols. Development of Standard Protocols. The Management Information Base. SNMP. SNMPv2. Summary. For Further Study. 9. CMIS/CMIP: Network Management Protocols (II). OSI Protocol Structure. CMIS. CMIP. Problems with CMIS/CMIP. CMOT. LMMP. Summary. For Further Study. III. MANAGEMENT INFORMATION BASES. 10. A Look at RFC 1213 and RFC 1573 (MIB II). MIB Definitions. The System Group. The Interfaces Group. The Address Translation Group. The IP Group. The ICMP Group. The TCP Group. The UDP Group. The EGP Group. The CMOT Group. The Transmission Group. The SNMP Group. Summary. For Further Study. 11. A Look at RFC 1757 (RMON MIB). Remote Network Monitoring Devices. RMON MIB Goals. The Statistics Group. The History Group. The Alarm Group. The Host Group. The Host Top N Group. The Matrix Group. The Filter Group. The Packet Capture Group. The Event Group. Summary. IV. PRODUCTIVITY TOOLS FOR NETWORK MANAGEMENT. 12. Productivity Tools. MIB Tools. Presentation Tools. Problem-Solving Tools. Summary. For Further Study. Appendixes. A: Obtaining RFCs. B: Obtaining Technical Standards. C: A Sample RFP. Glossary. Index.