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OSI Systems Management, Internet SNMP, and ODP/OMG CORBA as Technologies for Telecommunications Network Management [chapter]

2010 Telecommunications Network Management  
In this chapter, we compare the ISO/ITU-T OSI Systems Management (OSI-SM) [X701], Internet Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) [RFC1157][RFC1905/6] and ODP/OMG Common Object Request Broker Architecture  ...  The management aspects of entities such as Network Elements (NEs) and distributed applications are modeled through "clusters" of managed objects, seen collectively across a management interface.  ...  Acknowledgments Sections 2.2.1 and 2.4.3 are based on earlier versions by Graham Knight of UCL, from a joint unpublished document on the comparison of the Internet and OSI System Management frameworks.  ... 
doi:10.1109/9780470546536.ch2 fatcat:jmisbmopmffrxgmfoqlc2nn5we

Management of Information, Communications, and Networking: from the Past to the Future

Shingo ATA, Toshio TONOUCHI
2017 IEICE transactions on communications  
In retrospect, operations and management technologies cover widely from the support of telecommunications operations and remote monitoring for maintaining network equipments, to an integrated network management  ...  We then describe the state-of-the-art topics and future directions in the area of ICM. key words: information and communications management, network operation, telecommunication, operation systems, business  ...  Masayoshi Ejiri for his helpful introduction of TM history.  ... 
doi:10.1587/transcom.2016pfi0017 fatcat:v5xfpffvmbfrvdnhrww73aswsi

Inclusion of Expert Rules into Normalized Management Models for Description of MIB Structure [chapter]

Antonio Martin, Carlos Leo
2008 Robotics Automation and Control  
Introduction With the technology of telecommunication network developing and the size of communication network enlarging constantly, network management needs additional requirements.  ...  OSI and Internet are dominant network management models, which have been used for administration and control of the most of existing networks.  ...  GDMO has been standardized by ITU (International Telecommunication Union) in ITU-T X.722 and is now widely used to specify interfaces between different components of the TMN architecture.  ... 
doi:10.5772/5828 fatcat:o7tdhxpzqngixatycy564sedum

On using nomadic services for distributed intelligence

P.L Simeonov
2000 Microprocessors and microsystems  
The FINE architecture represents a network of configurable interworking elements allowing user access to a Unified Message Store (UMS) and Universal Communications Channel (UCC) via traditional PSTN/ISDN  ...  The FINE itself is organised along with other nodes by a Network Operation Support Environment (NOSE), a service oriented and TMN compliant Operation, Administration & Maintenance Centre.  ...  The Network Operation Support Environment allows access to all FINE components (and of the neighbour FINEs) via remote control sessions to UNIX/WEB hosts (FINECs) or via SNMP-based management.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0141-9331(00)00089-2 fatcat:3k33cye2svdgnhxx6xpc4xdyti

Policy Based Management of Wireless Networks [chapter]

R. State, G. Vivier
2003 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
The advent of multi -technologies networks offering ubiquitous services over advanced network infrastructure demands an integrated management approach.  ...  We show how to integrate our solution into the larger context of directory enabled networks, thus allowing the management of radio resources in the framework of the supported IP based network.  ...  When the core network is ATM or SDH based, then TMN and ATM weIl established paradigms can be used.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35620-4_2 fatcat:lr47w5gmczdhrdbuqp674gllcq

Provision of Signalling for Programmable Services [chapter]

M. Banfield, S. Simpson, D. Hutchison
2000 Telecommunication Network Intelligence  
The authors draw on their experience of development of two signalling systems, one a TINA NRA inspired Connection Management System, and the second based on the P.1520.3 Programmability Architecture, in  ...  Additional network complexity driven by the demand for new broadband services increases the need for network control and management signalling.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We gratefully acknowledge the EURESCOM funded Caspian project (P926) and ACTS programme ReTINA (AC048) project for the sponsorship of M. Banfield and S. Simpson.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35522-1_18 dblp:conf/smartnet/BanfieldSH00 fatcat:ar5cbcrkqfbdjogs6x3caroesa

On Policy-Based Extensible Hierarchical Network Management in QoS-Enabled IP Networks [chapter]

Paris Flegkas, Panos Trimintzios, George Pavlou, Ilias Adrikopoulos, Carlos F. Calvacanti
2001 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
More recently, the IETF has been investigating Policy-based Networking as a means for managing IP-based multi-service networks with quality of service guarantees.  ...  to a set of managed objects.  ...  The authors would also like to thank David Griffin of University College London for his participation in the initial discussions towards the formulation of some of the ideas mentioned in this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-44569-2_15 fatcat:uwg3ujutlzby3ani3ikrfcn7si

Split Architecture for Large Scale Wide Area Networks [article]

Wolfgang John, Alisa Devlic, Zhemin Ding, David Jocha, Andras Kern, Mario Kind, Andreas Köpsel, Viktor Nordell, Sachin Sharma, Pontus Sköldström, Dimitri Staessens, Attila Takacs, Steffen Topp (+3 others)
2014 arXiv   pre-print
First we present the control and management architecture of the proposed SplitArchitecture.  ...  Here, we discuss a recursive control architecture consisting of hierarchically stacked control planes and provide initial considerations regarding network management integration to SDN in general and SplitArchitecture  ...  Management Network (TMN) framework.  ... 
arXiv:1402.2228v1 fatcat:yk55ysl3fvd3naembxsscve4oe

TINA DPE Architecture, Version: 2.0b0

Anastasius Gavras, Wataru Takita
1997 Zenodo  
It provides a general description of the TINA-DPE, and the functionalities required for a DPE that has to operate in a TINA environment.  ...  Relationship with X.735 Log Control Function In TMN platforms there is a need to manage logging of activity in the network.  ...  Management of logs Many classes of network elements capture management data in their own logs. Examples are ATM switches, telephone switches etc.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2683693 fatcat:ukvemnfme5fxlhljrkz4sc74ce

IP/MPLS OAM: challenges and directions

P. Dini, M.Z. Hasan, M. Morrow, G. Parr, P. Rolin
2004 IEEE International Workshop on IP Operations and Management  
evolution of heterogeneous networking.  ...  What are the challenges on OAM in hybrid and multi-layer networks?  ...  Towards multi-service convergent IP networks The main advantage of a single ISDN network is in terms of operational cost reduction.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ipom.2004.1547584 fatcat:psy3r2zrfrh5dnywwaunsleqme

On using nomadic services for distributed intelligence

P.L. Simeonov
Proceedings Eight International Conference on Computer Communications and Networks (Cat. No.99EX370)  
The FINE architecture represents a network of configurable interworking elements allowing user access to a Unified Message Store (UMS) and Universal Communications Channel (UCC) via traditional PSTN/ISDN  ...  The FINE itself is organised along with other nodes by a Network Operation Support Environment (NOSE), a service oriented and TMN compliant Operation, Administration & Maintenance Centre.  ...  The Network Operation Support Environment allows access to all FINE components (and of the neighbour FINEs) via remote control sessions to UNIX/WEB hosts (FINECs) or via SNMP-based management.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icccn.1999.805523 dblp:conf/icccn/Simeonov99 fatcat:sh2sfcs2h5ah3eymmjoitfamme

On-demand monitoring [article]

Ranganai Chaparadza, Technische Universität Berlin, Technische Universität Berlin, Ina Schieferdecker
2012
Self-managing networks call for research on the key design and operational principles for traffic monitoring components and platforms that are suitable for multi-service self-managing networks.  ...  In contrast to today's non-self-managing networks, self-managing networks require more computing resources for the computation of decisions taken by individual network elements and by the entire network  ...  M.3400] and TMN[TMN] management frameworks, Policy-based Network management(PBNM) Table 1 : 1 A protocol-intrinsic control-loop Table 2 : 2 A Control Loop specific to an abstracted "Networking  ... 
doi:10.14279/depositonce-3097 fatcat:k6v6wlumojanplsqjieprxxi5u

Agent-based interperability in telecommunications applications [article]

Tianning Zhang, Technische Universität Berlin, Technische Universität Berlin, Thomas Christaller
2001
Die Evolution der Telekommunikationstechnologie und des Telekommunikationsmarkts stellt neue Anforderungen an die Paradigmen für Softwareentwicklung von offenen und verteilten Systemen, insbesondere an  ...  Evolution of the technology (e.g. from SNMP to TMN, or from SDH to ATM) or service algorithm typically result in a totally new R&D project and re-implementing most of the management software.  ...  Beside these limitations, the TMN/SNMP-based service management framework and its fine grain RPC paradigm result in higher dependency on the availability of the management network as well, and have the  ... 
doi:10.14279/depositonce-436 fatcat:xtxeiinrzbhirkjvpp7pcbub54

Mobile Agents in Telecommunications [article]

Ingo Busse, Technische Universität Berlin, Technische Universität Berlin, Radu Popescu-Zeletin
1999
In the traditional approach of network control as well as network and systems management a software component has a standardized or at least fixed interface, a fixed functionality, and is executed in a  ...  It provides a limited view of the local resources at a remotely accessible interface.  ...  for use with the SNMP network management architecture. • draft-ietf-snmpv3-next-gen-arch-01.txt (Architecture for the Next Generation Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMPng)).  ... 
doi:10.14279/depositonce-108 fatcat:onm4wq27rbhszg7eznjdatckiy

Background and Introduction [chapter]

Implementing Voice over IP  
TMN Telecommunications management network; this refers to a four-layer (business, service, network, and element management layers) object-oriented model to support telecommunication network management  ...  However, additional circuits, network elements such as DSLAMs, ATM access networks and switches, voice GW with GR-303/TR-008 or V5.1/V5.2 and ATM interfaces, and QoS provisioning and management facilities  ...  PPP Point to point protocol; this refers to an IETF protocol (RFC 1547, RFC 1661) that defines encapsulation, link control, and network control mechanisms for transmission of multi-protocol data-grams  ... 
doi:10.1002/0471225274.ch1 fatcat:mkgx3pgzhnfo3kp3h46ne4twk4
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