Telecommunications Network Management Into the 21st Century by Salah Aidarous, Thomas Plevyak

By Salah Aidarous, Thomas Plevyak

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7]. Bellcore TA-TSV-001294, "Framework Generic Requirements for Element Management Layer (EML) Functionality and Architecture," issue 1, December 1992. 1 INTRODUCTION This chapter provides an introduction to network management from the point of view of management protocol standards, the Internet simple network management protocol (SNMP) and the open system interconnection common management information protocol (OSI CMIP). The goal of this chapter is to provide readers with sufficient detailed understanding of the problems, choices, and limitations of current management technologies and standards and to pursue more detailed references and work in the field.

In implementing the basic OAM&P architecture, the following requirements will be satisfied: • communications will be established between network management systems and intelligent network elements; • services will be managed as independently as possible from the resources on which they are implemented; and • functional applications software will be incorporated within INEs to permit the mapping of generic high-level standard messages onto vendor-specific implementations. Communications between network management systems and network elements will be standardized across vendor-specific implementations through a high-level open system interconnection (OSI) reference model (see Chapter 5), compliant with the TMN established by the International Telecommunications Union-Telecommunications (ITU-Tformerly CCITT) [4].

2-5: the SNMP agent is uniquely identified by an IP address and a UDP port number. This means that only a single agent is accessible at a given IP address. This agent, furthermore, can maintain only a single MIB. Therefore, within a single IP address, only a single MIB instance may exist. This unique binding of an MIB to an IP address can limit the complexity of data that an agent can offer. Consider a situation where a system requires multiple MIBs to manage its different components. To be accessed via a single agent, these different MIBs will have to be unified under a single static MIB tree.

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