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Implementing and Deploying MIB in ATM Transport Network Operations Systems [chapter]

Tomoaki Shimizu, Ikuo Yoda, Nobuo Fujii
1995 Integrated Network Management IV  
Furthermore, this paper describes a strategy of selecting the best MIB implementation for each sub-system in an A TM transport network operations system.  ...  TNMSKemel, a network operations system development platform, can be used to produce a Management Information Base (MIB) in conjunction with a database management system.  ...  MIB DEPLOYMENT FOR AN ATM TRANSPORT NETWORK OPERATIONS SYSTEM As described in the previous section, each MIB implementation has its advantages and disadvantages.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34890-2_47 fatcat:b7ptvu4co5azjknig5rqanfoga

GMPLS operations and management: today's challenges and solutions for tomorrow

T.D. Nadeau, H. Rakotoranto
2005 IEEE Communications Magazine  
systems that are maintained and operated).  ...  This article focuses first on requirements gathered from customers who are deploying GMPLS in their networks, or will be doing so in the near future.  ...  systems that are maintained and operated).  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2005.1470816 fatcat:g4f6tohcdzbpbkxdw6wpgmwjxm

Network Management in the OAMS Open Service Architecture [chapter]

S. Znaty, F. Torasso, J-P Hubaux
1996 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
It exhibits network and network element management views by means of information models, in order to manage the end-to-end connectivity requested by telecommunication services.  ...  This paper presents the specification, design and implementation of the network management architecture of OAMS which is an open service architecture.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors gratefully acknowledge the valuable help and comments of Constant Gbaguidi and Frederic Hess on this work.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34985-5_18 fatcat:k2k7d7zavvdfrmhsbsukeehreq

Evolution of optical transport technologies: from SONET/SDH to WDM

D. Cavendish
2000 IEEE Communications Magazine  
It took roughly 10 years for the transport network industry to migrate from PDH to SONET.  ...  As this technology swap comes to an end, WDM technology is dawning, promising to revolutionize the network industry, with the pos  ...  In SONET networks these procedures are proprietary; it is left for each vendor to decide how to implement its network management system (NMS).  ... 
doi:10.1109/35.846090 fatcat:tsa3p4j6xrdlzp7mhpee4lth5m

NBBS network management

S. A. Owen
1995 IBM Systems Journal  
The paper begins with the objectives and the key choices made in the development of the network management solution.  ...  the network manager and the managed target system agent, the actual communication environment for the Nways" Switch Manager.  ...  management support; and Gary Schultz, for advice on the paper's organization and level of detail, and for his generous editorial assistance.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.344.0725 fatcat:obgwegoq2bandf3vqumdqvp74m

RDRN

Ricardo J. Sánchez, Joseph B. Evans, Gary J. Minden, Victor S. Frost, K. Sam Shanmugan
1998 ACM SIGMOBILE Mobile Computing and Communications Review  
This paper reports on the initial implementation of an experimental wireless ATM network architecture called RDRN (Rapidly Deployable Radio Network).  ...  The initial prototype has been deployed and early experiments have been conducted to validate hardware, software, and protocol design and implementation.  ...  Acknowledgments We thank all the members of the RDRN-I project who helped during the design, implementation, and evaluation of the first prototype of the system.  ... 
doi:10.1145/584017.584019 fatcat:uf32pq6ap5dgnla24xglatisua

Management of optical networks: SNMP agents enabling TMN [chapter]

Abilio Carvalho, Fausto de Carvalho, George Pavlou
1994 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
At present, most such networks have small or no management capabilities and are characterised by lack of computational resources.  ...  With the advent of Optical Networks, an important opportunity for the application of Telecommunication Management Network (TMN) framework emerges.  ...  when deployed in TMN systems.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bfb0013411 fatcat:xsolp7yw35fw7itlv5pbsvqjsy

Experiments and enhancements for IP and ATM integration: the IthACI project

I. Andrikopoulos, G. Pavlou, P. Georgatsos, N. Karatzas, K. Kavidopoulos, L. Rothig, S. Schaller, D. Ooms, P. Van Heuven
2001 IEEE Communications Magazine  
He is working toward a Ph.D. degree and worked previously in the ACTS IthACI project. His research interests include MPLS, network resilience, QoS and traffic engineering, and Linux-based routers.  ...  THE ITHACI PROJECT Communications Networks Group (IBCN) in 1998; the latter is headed by Prof. Piet Demeester (demeester@intec. rug.ac.be).  ...  The authors wish to thank all their project colleagues who contributed in many ways to the formation of the ideas described here.  ... 
doi:10.1109/35.920870 fatcat:lt3goppdpnaldfnhc5v6e3v7zy

Challenges of Implementing Network Management Solution

Umesh Hodeghatta Rao
2011 International Journal of Distributed and Parallel systems  
This paper discusses the tools and solutions available for network management, challenges involved in implementing network management solutions and also a simple solution for a pro-active network management  ...  This solution was tested by implementing in a large enterprise. With the implementation, the stakeholders were able to achieve higher efficiency and able to do proactive network management.  ...  Each new network technology, whether it was ATM or Frame relay or Ethernet or VPN or ISDN, required a new set of experts to manage day-to-day network operations.  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijdps.2011.2506 fatcat:7pmzqvkw3vgylfx2qb2ovgy6q4

Taming Xunet III

Nikos G. Aneroussis, Aurel A. Lazar, Dimitrios E. Pendarakis
1995 Computer communication review  
In order to study the trade-off between the network transport and signalling system we have implemented a virtual path signalling capability.  ...  An architecture for network management and control for emerging wide-area ATM networks is presented. The architecture was implemented on XUNET III, a nationwide ATM network deployed by AT&T.  ...  This work was funded in part by NSF Grant CDA-90-24735, and in part by a grant from the AT&T Foundation.  ... 
doi:10.1145/214299.214302 fatcat:6ssuhsauffhgfjolcongqeu634

Programmable Networks [chapter]

Andrew T. Campbell, Michael E. Kounavis, John B. Vicente
2001 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The ability to rapidly create, deploy and manage new network services in response to user demands is a key factor driving the programmable networking research community.  ...  For example programmable networks could be based on active network execution environments [42] operating on node operating systems [40] or open signaling network kernels [30] supporting the coexistence  ...  The xbind testbed incorporates multivendor ATM switches using open signaling and service creation to support a variety of broadband services, transport and signaling systems with QOS guarantees.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-44577-3_3 fatcat:jsocfd6ui5fwtboekaaqzaocki

A high-performance transport network platform

G. Lebizay, C. Galand, D. Chevalier, F. Barre
1995 IBM Systems Journal  
An approach in the industry and in the standards organizations is to define, for the CPNs, a common ATM transport network that would support all these subnetwork technologies while enabling the migration  ...  After a review of the broadband networking environment and the requirements it makes on the transport network, the transport network node is described.  ...  The transport networknode (TNN) can operate in both CPN and SPN environments.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.344.0705 fatcat:so4z6fh2ivhztijqk3uaz7b4iu

ATM: Paving the information superhighway

R. A. Sultan, C. Basso
1995 IBM Systems Journal  
ATM offers a unique opportunity to deploy the same standardized networking technology in both the wide-area and local-area environments.  ...  Increasing interest in personal videoconferencing, entertainment on demand, remote robotics, intelligent transportation systems, and other applications is placing new demands on communication networks.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to acknowledge the work of their colleagues who participated in the development of the IBM 8260 ATM  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.343.0375 fatcat:wdr4fm76cfe6tawzpcozdismty

On management of CATV full service networks: a European perspective

S.N. Bhatti, G. Knight
1998 IEEE Network  
The CATV network operators hope to offer digital services and evolve their networks to full service networks.  ...  It is possible that CATV operators and service providers will have to integrate existing SNMP management systems and TMN/OSI management, with newer integrated service management systems based on TINA and  ...  DVB; Pol Descamps (BARCO, Belgium) for discussions on fault detection within the CATV network; and Guy Ramlot (Integan, Belgium) for discussions on ingress noise.  ... 
doi:10.1109/65.730749 fatcat:nkehycpwibcmfkdwlg4rtv5cvi

Using the World Wide Web and Java for Network Service Management [chapter]

M. C. Maston
1997 Integrated Network Management V  
cost and support burden associated with administering management applications across many different operating systems and hardware platforms.  ...  Simply exposing an SNMP MIB for customer use no longer provides a complete solution and will only become less satisfactory in the future.  ...  A sample system using SNMP as the managing protocol is depicted in Figure 1 . In this implementation, a Web server is actually integrated into the managed device.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35180-3_6 fatcat:cnz2p6mdlzhsbhdfxvqmj5g4am
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